In Aztec mythology, Atlahua (“deity of the waters”) was a water god, protector of fishermen and archers. There were said to be at least 4 ancient Aztec temples at which he was worshiped, the tallest supposedly being over 200 feet tall. The Aztecs prayed to him when there were deaths in water. Alternative: Atlahoa, Ahtlahua, Atlaua.
Children of Atlahua in rare cases are able to cause any person to have a feeling that they are drowning or feel like they are being put under the immense pressures of the deep ocean, causing them to be temporarily incapacitated.