Tlaloc is the God of Rain. He appears more than any other deity in the codices, something Aztec codices share with the Mayan forerunners. His goggled eyes are protected through the storms he flies through. He also wears a propeller for a hat, the explanation for his abilities. Here he is seen harvesting fattened corn with a bloodied reaping device and he is saying that the rain was so heavy and the crop so plentiful that it lead to an abundance of snakes, which are depicted eating each other in the top right.