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- The Aztec goddess Cihuacoatl was said to have had a body consisting of tobacco. Smoking person GETTY. Nicotine is named after the Frenchman Jean Nicot who introduced tobacco to France in 1660.
- Bear Fights & Moon Sex: History's Best Lunar Eclipse Myths
- Ancient Mayan mythology explains that lunar eclipses occur when a jaguarlike goddess consumed the moon, and the ancient Aztecs point the finger at the fertility goddess, Cihuacoatl, who sometimes gobbled up Earth's only satellite, according to Susan ...
- Pow Wow celebrates Native American culture
- Other weekend highlights include native flutist Al Jewer, storytelling, Save Our American Raptors featuring a bald eagle and other birds of prey, a display of Indian motorcycles, Aztec dancers Ocelotl-Cihuacoatl, and hoop dancing.
- Exhibit of work by Mexican ceramicist opens Friday at Hotel Paisano gallery
- The artist's reception for his exhibit, “CIHUACOATL,” is from 6-8pm, and the public is warmly invited. Bueno was born in the border town of Ojinaga in 1986. He is currently a full time artist in Ciudad Chihuahua.
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