- Miller, and Karl Taube had a description of this goddess that matched the moon disk goddess of the torn-apart body, Coyotlxauhquiu. The moon disk was not a painted piece so she was identired differently from Tlaltecutli. She became the star daughter of Coatlicue.
The Popol Vuh maybe, but never in the Madrid, you say? Really?
On pages 112 to 103 of the Madrid Codex several things are visible:
One: The Great Star ìs blaźing in the sky;
Two: The Rain of Resin [or the Rain of Turpentine] is falling;
Three: The Wooden Manikins are being carved [pp. 102-100] and
Fòur: A series of mummies are being prepared for burial. [pp. 99-96]
Tribes, maybe?] Here also, on page 96 is the splitting of the tree, the
Milky Way. The Twins rise into the sky as the new section of the
Five: More death panels, more people dying without proper burials.[p. 95]
Tlaltecuhtl loses her head, etc. On the following page, other sky
ladies come down with their sky baggage to comfort her. A sky lord
of the night or a storm god gets a great thunder rattle to announce
her arrival on the earth.
The Popol Vuh is well covered even though the rest of the Madrid pages may be altered even more to accommodate the church mandates. Both secular law and ecclesiastical dogmas were tampered with at that time.
Are there any bees in the heavens; no, of course not. Then think bees and what they do, or what they feel like when they sting a person. It is more logical.