Tlazolteotl is a deity from Aztec mythology, often referred to as the "Eater of Filth" or the "Goddess of Filth." She is associated with purification, healing, and forgiveness. Tlazolteotl holds a complex and multifaceted role in Aztec culture, encompassing both the aspects of sin and the ability to cleanse and absolve individuals. Crystals are often associated with purification, energy cleansing, and healing. They are believed to absorb negative energies and promote balance and harmony. Tlazolteotl as embodying similar qualities. Despite her association with filth and sin, Tlazolteotl is also the one who has the power to cleanse and purify individuals by taking their sins upon herself.
Bronzite is a silicate variety of Enstatite under the Pyroxene group of minerals, so it’s often called Brown Enstatite.