From ancient Aztec Religious Culture, ''Chalchiuhticue'' was seen as The Goddess of all Waters, Fertility and Childbirth. A ''Water Baptism'' involving Her was widely practiced in Ancient Aztec Culture. Her Cult was dated to the 14th Century AD. She was part of several other Aztec Gods and Goddesses known as ''Rain Deities''. In Art, She is portrayed as a Human Female in form. She wears a long Skirt, from which is seen as ''flowing water''.