This is a region or paradise of Tlāloc, the deity related to water and wind. The most common and iconic place of the afterlife has always been the underworld. From the Occidental religious understanding, the afterlife is understood in terms of Heaven and Hell. For our Nahua ancestors, this concept of good and evil did not exist. Instead, where a person goes when they die depends on the manner of their death. In the case of Tlālōcān, any person who had a death related to water, drowning, lighting and some diseases will go to this place. Tlālōcān represents abundance and rest. Usually the dead were incinerated, but in these cases they were buried like a seed in the ground.