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According to Aztec mythology, Cipactli was a primeval sea monster, half fish and half crocodilian, but also somewhat toad-like, or even frog-like, with indefinite gender. Always ravenous, every single joint on the Cipactli's body was decorated with an extra mouth. He and Quetzalcoatl manifested the earth from the Cipactli's body.
Chaos is understood to be either a huge void hovering atop the globe that appeared when Earth and Sky were separated from their primordial unity or the empty space under the globe on which Earth sits. Chaos was the very first thing to ever exist.
Unhceglia was labeled at first as having no concrete form; Her shape was indescribable. It was said her eyes were fiery, and her mouth adorned with fangs. Often shrouded in a cloud of smoke, it is said that whoever looked in her direction would lose their sight or go completely mad.
Hydra, the mythological serpentine water monster with many heads from Roman and Greek history. The Hydra was the product of Echidna and Typhon. It's breath was toxic and it's blood so poisonous that even its scent was fatal.
As per the Hittite cuneiform tablets found at Corum-Bogazkoy, in Hittite mythology, Illuyanka was a serpentine dragon killed by Tarhunz, the Hittite manifestation of the Hurrian god of storm and the sky.
Prince of Darkness
In Manichaean cosmology, the world of darkness invaded the world of light in a desperate attempt to be joined with it. It is governed by five evil Archons. They are eagle, demon, lion, dragon, and fish. Combined, they equate to the Prince of Darkness.