A codex discovered in Italy from the 15th century and that has remained a mystery for awhile maybe written in Nahuatl.
"Tlazolteotl wearing a flayed human skin, detail of Codex Borbonicus folio 13 " [x]
"An aspect of the soul [tonalli] leaving the body, Codex Laud p. 27" [x]
Cracked.com is right about this. It’s mentioned in articles on FAMSI. For the Aztecs the Spaniards were greatly outnumbered even with their allies. There was no way they could have won by numbers, but disease won instead.
"The rain god Tlaloc, painting by Miguel Covarrubias from a mural in a building at Tetitla, Teotihuacan" 
" Chicomecóatl, goddess of maize and fertility alongside extensive chinampa ‘floating gardens’ - part of a mural by Diego Rivera, National Palace, Mexico City, 1945" —Mexicolore
MEXICA ART” -QUETZALCOATL”-