- Citlalicue. Discussion about Citlalicue.
- Dia de Muertos en Mexico
- The second sky is where the stars are.
- Redalyc. Cosmovisión, espacio y género en México antiguo. Boletín
- Ilhuicatl Citlalicue, Citlaco. 1. Cielo de la Luna y de la formación de nubes.
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- Nov 22, 2008 to tell them their future. Today, people still want to know what will happen in their future. Reading - Pre-Reading.
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- El presidente municipal que al igual que su esposa Mireya Almada participaron en el bailable del grupo de danza folklórica Citlalicue y en la exhibición de zumba con la profesora Estrellita Cerecer respectivamente.
- Citlalicue - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In Aztec mythology, Citlalicue ("star garment"; also Citlalinicue, Ilamatecuhtli) was a goddess who created the stars along with her husband, Citlalatonac.
- Citlalicue, Her Skirt is Stars, the Milky Way
- Citlalicue, Her Skirt is Stars, goddess of the Milky Way and the stars.
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