January 12, 1965|
, , US
July 21, 1996 (age 31)|
, , Mexico
|Clan||Followers of Set, Tlacique|
|Faction||Order of St. Blaise|
|Positions||Priest of Tlamacazqui|
Tlillancalqui of Orange County
|Status|| Initiated True Sabbat|
Anointed Keeper of a Sacred Text
Ordained as Priest
Blessed as Bishop
Enforcer as Bishop
Alejandra "Chicomecoatl" Carillo (January 12, 1965 – July 21, 1996, aged 31) was an  A light-skinned woman of average height and medium build, with brown hair that falls in waves past her shoulders and dark, flashing eyes, she often displays a reserved—or standoffish—demeanor. Her attire is modern with traditional inspiration, and she is fond of gold jewelry and certain stones.and known for her work in restoring and preserving and cultural artifacts.
Ms. Chicomecoatl was born in  Alejandra learned early to honor her ancestors and treasure what remained of their culture. She graduated cum laude from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.to a single mother, Margarita Amelia Carillo, her father having left her nothing but his complexion and a brother, Alfonso. Although her mother struggled to keep the small family fed, she was a proud woman and never discouraged Alie's natural curiosity about her history.
Career and disappearance
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Alie continues her career from the shadows of undeath, turning her knowledge of history and esoterica toward unearthing fragments of Noddist lore and unmasking agents of the Antediluvians. But she has found even more value in the strong mortal connections she built in life, and she calls on these to aid her Cainite brethren in protecting the Silence of the Blood as a member of the.
She also continues on her personal quest of following and honoring her Azteca roots, the importance of her mortal heritage washed away by the godlike power of the Blood that surges through her from her Tlacique sire. Studying the Ritae and the lore of Cainite philosophy under the tutelage of an elder of her line is the next logical step for this blossoming priestess of the old god .
As a priest and academic, Alie makes herself available upon request to all Cainites residing in or visiting the Diocese of Orange County who are seeking spiritual guidance. She is particularly familiar with and able to discuss the following ethical codes:
- Path of Caine
- Path of Cathari
- Path of Death and the Soul
- Path of Feral Heart
- Path of Honorable Accord
- Path of Metamorphosis
- Path of Night
- Path of Power and the Inner Voice
as well as various mortal faith traditions, for those Cainites still conforming to the moral obligations of Humanity.
- She actually has a page from the Book of Nod!
- And it's written in !
- And she can read it in the original Enochian!
- Alie watches over what remains of her mortal family and quietly protects them from the supernatural forces in the area.
- ^ a "Alejandra Chicomecoatl, Local Mexica Historian, Presumed Dead in Tragic Fire". The Orange County Register. Archived from the original on July 23, 1996. Retrieved January 27, 2012.
- ^ a "El Centro Cultural de Mexico Exhibit Reveals New Side of Ancient Aztec Civilizations". The Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on Septemer 15, 1996. Retrieved January 27, 2012.
- ^ "Margarita Amelia Carillo obituary". The Orange County Register. Retrieved March 21, 2013.
- ^ "Class of '87 ceremonies will include honors for a very special student". The Daily Titan. Retrieved February 22, 2012.
- ^ El Centro Cultural de México
- ^ "The Local Historian Who Helped Bring the Story of Mexican Rebirth to the U.S.". The Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on July 07, 2002. Retrieved February 28, 2012.
- ^ Museo Nacional de Antropología
- ^ Tezcatlipoca - Wikipedia
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