Childbirth, fertility, and protection are all represented by this symbol.
Chalchiuhtlicue was the goddess of baptisms, rivers, storms, and the seas. She protected mothers and children while also ensuring that the harvests were fertile. Tlaloc married her for the second time. She was the fourth sun, and she was a kind monarch who cared for the Earth and its inhabitants. Tezcatlipoca spread the myth that Chalchiuhtlicue was lying to her people about her generosity and loyalty. He claimed that all she wanted was for people to idolize her and that she was unconcerned about them. Chalchiuhtlicue’s heart was broken, and she cried for 52 years. Her sobs triggered a flood, obliterating all life on the planet.