“When the Earth was in darkness, the gods that lived in heaven were reunited in a city above the skies called Teotihuacán to discuss the illumination of the Earth by creating the Sun. On this celestial city, an enormous bonfire was lit, and whoever powerful who wanted could convert into the Sun by sacrificing himself on its blaze.
There was a strong, beautiful and rich, known for his offers of gold and jewels, who was keen to convert himself to the Sun but to complete the task the gods requested for a second one. No one answered the call, and the gods chose a sick, poor and silent god who could only offer the blood in his heart and humble feelings.
On the day of the sacrifice, the strong and beautiful would not dare to throw himself to the bonfire, and completely scared he fled away from the ceremony. The gods told the modest and silent one to proceed with the sacrifice. Determined to complete the ritual, he jumped into the flames, burned to ashes and became the Sun. When the other god noticed what happened, he felt ashamed and decided to immediately throw himself to the bonfire.
The powerful ones agreed that two Suns could not exist, so they decided to put out the second one by throwing a rabbit to it with vast force and became the Moon. To this date, we can observe the rabbit form in the Moon that extinguished its light.”