Central American - A name used by Tezcatlipoca. When Huemac's daughter saw a naked pepper-seller, Tezcatlipoca in disguise, she fell in love with him and, despite her father's objections, married him. When the rule of the king, Huemac, descended into corruption and oppression, Touyo organised a mass meeting of the people and beating a drum caused them to dance themselves into unconsciousness and fall into a ravine where they were all turned to stone. He also destroyed a bridge on which thousands of people were standing and they too perished in the river below. As a result of this and the ensuing plagues the king repented his evil ways. Sometimes called Touyo, Tezcatlipoca, Tezcatlipoca, Camaxtli, Chac, Cocijo, Fiery Mirror, Moyocoatzin, Moyocoyan, Onachihuitonatiuh, Smoking Mirror, Teimatini, Tescatlipoca, Texcatzoncatl, Tezcatepuca, Tlamatzsincatl, Yoamaxtli, Chalchihuitotolin, Huitzilopochtli, Itzlacoliuhque, Itzli, Mixcoatl-Camaxtli, Moneneque, Nezahuapilli, Omacatl, Quetzalcoatl, Telpochtli, Tepeyollotl, Titlac(ah)uan, Tlaloc, Tonatiuh, Tree of Mirrors, Xipetotec, Yaotl, Yoalli Ehecatl, Yaotlinecoc, Yaotzin, Mayan Chac, Mixtec Tzahui, Totanac Tajin, Zapotec Cocijo, Moquequelsa, Pantecatle, Tequiua, Teyocoyani, Toueyo, Toueyo, Toveyo or Toveyo.

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