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    I've been looking, with an excessive amount of determination and frustration i might add, for Aztec items (even replicas) for My altar. The amount available isn't just scant for specific gods, it's just very scant. In fact, finding Mesoamerican items that are "authentic" at all seems extremely difficult (I have ordered the nahualli oracle tarot deck and accompanying book though, seems nice but I'll reserve judgement for when I actually have it). With even the internet failing to give me what i seek, i figured I should condense My search in a place full of people who are interested and experienced in this sort of thing, and so here I am. Can anyone share with me some advice pertaining to the adornment of an Aztec altar? Or even their own experiences dealing with the Aztec gods? (Tezcatlipoca will be dominating this altar, should that have any effect)

    By the way I'm sorry if this isn't in the correct thread, I checked ancient magick/mythology with no mesoamerican thread to be seen. That scantness again, no doubt.

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    I suppose there is no need for anything 'authentic' as the value things have is in the mind of the beholder.

    I guess the main reason these items are not common is the association with human sacrifice and cannibalism.

    I have an old book called Montezuma which has a lot of pictures and descriptions of items. I will see what I can find in there.

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    There is a forum somewhere on the internet that deals with this very subjuct, but the name escapes me. Just keep trying.
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    Pheasant feathers are very commonly used in Mexika regalia, if you want to use those to add some flair. National Geographic sells replica artwork on their Novica site. It's moderate to expensive in pricing.
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