Xochipilli Statue Carved by the Aztecs

Xochipilli statue depicting Psilocybe aztecorum is carved by Aztecs

1450 - 1500

Xochipilli statue carved by Aztecs. Xochipilli was the god of summer, flowers, pleasure, love, dancing, painting, feasting, creativity, and souls. The base of the statue has carvings of several sacred and psychoactive plants including Psilocybe aztecorum.