Aztec Five Suns is a Creation myth originating from the Aztec belief system. The main deity depicted in this myth is likely Ōmeteōtl.
In a nutshell
The world goes through cycles known as suns, and we are on the fifth cycle. The first deity, Ometeotl, created itself and was both male and female as well as a number of other dualities. This first deity gave birth to four children, one God for each cardinal direction.
Alexander, Hartley B. The Mythology of All Races / Volume XI, Latin-American. Vol. 11, The Mythology of All Races: In Thirteen Volumes. Edited by Louis H. Gray and George F. Moore. Boston, MA: Marshall Jones Company, 1920.
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