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  Sister Stories - Panquetzaliztli   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
On the day of the sacrifice, near dawn, Paynal, the double of Huitzilopochtli, came down from the summit of Coatepec to the Teotlachco, the sacred ballcourt.
As Paynal ran his course, the Huitznahuac battled along his route, scattering when he arrived.
The xiuhcoatl, the fire serpent, descended from the temple of Huitzilopochtli, along with the image of Paynal.
www.nyupress.org /sisterstories/panquetzaliztli.html   (224 words)

  
 Real and Illusory Feathers: Pigments, Painting Techniques, and the Use of Color in Ancient Mesoamerica
The image shows Paynal seated and covered by a cape, in a manner reminiscent to the way the Aztec rulers used to cover them selves.
Interestingly, despite the exactitude in the narrative description of the divine cape as being made out of intertwined feathers of the hummingbird, the cotinga and the quetzal, the representation of the text is that of a cape with an intertwined design similar to a net that doesn?t show individual feathers.
Paynal as a deputy, as the teixipla of the true god wears the divine cape to show he is enveloped by the precious essence of Huitzilopochtli, in the same manner as Motecuzhoma shows himself as a tlatoani, as a token of the axis mundi and the Mexica sun, by wearing the same divine cape.
nuevomundo.revues.org /document1462.html   (3210 words)

  
 Skills Practice Session - 10/19/03
Paynal Ward was practicing his bracing with a paddlefloat on the paddle for support.
Paynal thought he would go to the beach and watch the rest of us but we convinced him to try his skills in the calmer areas and work up to the nasty stuff which he did.
Paynal was a little nervous and twice he was going to turn back.
www.ckf.org /Reports/2003/03-10-19-SkillsPractice.htm   (751 words)

  
 The Tamoachan System
Paynal (PAY-nahl): held in a tight orbit by the gravity of Tonatiu, this small planet once had an atmosphere, but was blasted by constant, hot windstorms that blasted its surface into fantastic spires, rounded escarpments, and tunneled hillsides.
It is said that there is not a single sharp edge on the planet.
Tlazolteotl (tla-zohl-TAY-ohtl): this planet has an orbit only slightly different than that of Paynal, and the two probably once shared a binary orbit.
www.tlucretius.net /SpiritWarriors/TAMOACHANSYST.htm   (668 words)

  
 Aztec
He wore an elaborate feathered headdress and brandished a round shield and a turquoise snake.
During the month, numerous rites were celebrated; warriors and auianime ("courtesans") danced night after night on the plaza in front of the god's temple.
War prisoners or slaves ceremonially bathed in a sacred spring at Huitzilopochco (modern Churubusco, near Mexico City) and were then sacrificed either during Paynal's procession or after it on the sacrificial stone of the main temple.
www.geocities.com /Hollywood/Hills/3430/AZTEC.HTM   (3412 words)

  
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As the forerunner senshi, Paynal's starseed allows her to see several seconds into the future.
Fuku: Paynal's primary color is bright lemon yellow, with deep blue as her secondary.
Mecatl isn't exactly Paynal's guardian, though she has had to spend a lot of time with her lately.
www.seiryuu.org /~kender/darkness/paynal.html   (5219 words)

  
 Paynal - WiccanWeb.ca   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
In Aztec Mythology, Paynal was the impersonator and messenger of Huitzilopochtli.
Paynal took on his master's attributes at official functions while Huitzilopochtli was trapped in the underworld or otherwise unavailable.
This page was last modified 04:27, 30 May 2006.
www.wiccanweb.ca /wiki/index.php?title=Paynal&redirect=no&printable=yes   (39 words)

  
 Sister Stories - Izcalli fourth year   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Every four years, during Izcalli, the kindling of new fire was celebrated.
Men and women destined for sacrifice were prepared, with feathers pasted on their heads.After the sun passed the zenith, Paynal descended from the temple of Huitzilopochtli on Coatepec.
The lords dressed in blue and wore turquoise ornaments, and carried in their hands wooden scepters shaped like weaving swords, painted red and white.
www.nyupress.org /sisterstories/izcalli.fourth.yr.html   (118 words)

  
 Paynals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
However, the Paynals of calories that is right for you depends on your weight and activity level.
Whatever the Paynals, prescription weight-loss drugs should be used only as part of an overall program that includes long-term changes in your eating and physical activity habits.
If the Guide doesn’t include a Paynals contract reference and you’re interested in buying one, ask the salesperson for more information.
paynal.ask.dyndns.dk /Paynals   (328 words)

  
 An excerpt on the origins of the State Religion
This went on for some time, before Paynal, the messenger of Huitzlipotchli, came to Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered Serpent, ancient among the gods.
When gentle Quetzalcoatl had heard the story of Paynal, he immediately knew this calamity must be the fault of his brother.
Quetzalcoatl found his brother sitting on one of the many benches built for him by the men of the one world.
www.ancientworlds.net /aw/Post/199865   (1110 words)

  
 Paynal’s Music Profile – Users at Last.fm
Type in some bands or artists you like, separated by commas.
Want to know how similar your music taste is to Paynal’s?
It’s easy, create your own musical profile and share your taste with your friends.
www.last.fm /user/Paynal   (162 words)

  
 Paynal - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Paynal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Here you will find more informations about Paynal.
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www.encyclopedia-glossary.com /en/Paynal.html   (78 words)

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