(the Aztec version of Chac) The Aztec and Mayan God of the rain. He was a main deity of the Aztecs and was worshipped at the Major Temple of Tenochtitlan. Related to the Kabbalistic sphere of Binah, Tlaloc is seen as the symbol of the Holy Spirit (rain comes from the heavens) pouring or unfolding into Yesod (the earth below) in order to bring abundance (spiritual and material).
"Tlaloc is the God of rain. Tlalli means “ground”; Octli means “wine”; “the wine soaked up by the ground.”" -Samael Aun Weor, Aztec Christic Magic
"Who is Tlaloc? He is a king of nature; he is a perfect creature who is beyond good and evil. Inundation, drought, hail, ice, the lightning are in his hands, enough reason for the fright that ancient magician had against his wrath. One day while being in a state of profound meditation, I became in a direct contact with the blessed lord Tlaloc. This great Being lives in the causal world, beyond the body, affections and the mind. I experienced the tremendous reality of his presence in all of the parts of my Being. Exotically dressed, he looked like an Arab of ancient times. His countenance, impossible to describe with words, incomparable, it looked like a lightning. When I reprimanded him for the crime of having accepted too many sacrifices of children, women, men, elders, etc., etc., (Tlaloc also appears among the Aztecs and we are referring to those sacrifices) his answer was the following: "That was not my fault. I never demanded such sacrifices; these were things from the people there in the physical world." Thereafter, he concluded with the following words: "I will come again in the Age of Aquarius." Unquestionably, the God Tlaloc will reincarnate within few years." -Samael Aun Weor, The Kabbalah of the Mayan Mysteries