One of the oldest worshiped Mesoamerican Gods – ''Tlaloc'' was a Deity found in several Cultures. Most honored among The Aztec, Tlaloc was one of (4) ''Creationist'' Beings in Aztec Mythology called The Nahuatl. His role was attributed to water and specifically rainfall. A hybrid, Tlaloc was humanoid, with the head (or face), of a ''Great Lizard''. His ''teeth'' however, where said to that of The Jaguar (a sacred animal among The Aztec). It was said that His particular sacrifice was an offering of the ''tears of Children''. So collected and offered at His Temples, ensured a plentiful rainfall which equaled a good Crop or Harvest.