The Aztec Sun Stone (or Calendar Stone ) depicts the five consecutive worlds of the sun from Aztec mythology. The stone is not, therefore, in any sense a functioning calendar , but rather it is an elaborately carved solar disk, which for the Aztecs and other Mesoamerican cultures represented rulership.
Religion. The Aztecs worshipped the sun as the source of life, and believed that Tonatiuh was the most important of all the gods . Although he provided warmth and sustenance, Tonatiuh also demanded blood.
The Aztecs had many gods but worshipped Huitzilopochtli, the god of the sun and war, above all others. The Aztecs believed that they lived in the era of the fifth sun and that any day the world could end violently. In order to postpone their destruction and appease the gods, men performed human sacrifices.
Aztec Creation Story The Aztec Creation Story: Rebirth. The first sun – Jaguar Sun (Nahui Ocelotl) The second sun – Wind Sun (Nahui Ehecatl) The third sun – Rain Sun (Nahui Quiahuitl) The fourth sun – Water Sun (Nahui Atl) The fifth sun – Earthquake Sun .
Pale yellow to colorless, non-phenomenal Oregon sunstones , whether native cut or calibrated stones, may go for a few dollars per carat to $20 per carat for a custom cut. Pinks and tans, with and without schiller, commonly range up to $50 per carat, depending on the effect.
The sun has appeared in Mexican art as a symbol of the life-giving energy and good luck.
Ancient lore has suggested that the Vikings used special crystals to find their way under less-than-sunny skies. Though none of these so-called “sunstones” have ever been found at Viking archaeological sites, a crystal uncovered in a British shipwreck could help prove they did indeed exist.
The Aztec Calendar Stone was carved from solidified lava in the late 15th century. It somehow got lost for 300 years and was found in 1790, buried under the zocalo, or central square of Mexico City.
People offered gifts to the deity, danced and ate tamales. During the ritual, war captives who had been painted blue were killed on the sacrificial stone and then their bodies were rolled down the staircase to fall atop the Coyolxauhqui monolith to reenact the myth associated with Coatepec.
Sun Stone is found in Dusty Bowl (Wild Area). It’s pretty much in the middle of that area by a big rock. Under one of the arches of the rock you find a red Pokeball item pickup that contains the Sun Stone .