In Iroquois mythology, Dagwanoenyent was the daughter of the Wind who often took the form of a whirlwind.
American Demons: List of Demons in the Americas
In Native and Meso-American beliefs, "demons" tended to be supernatural deities capable of destruction as well as good. Often, these "evil" entities were the foes of gods/goddesses primarily worshiped or were personifications of acts of nature (e.g. hurricanes, winds, etc) that could wreck havoc on every day life. Read profiles of demons, tricksters and evil spirits within the various Native American, Aztec, Mayan and other Meso-American cultures below. Visit the Demon FAQ for more info on my philosophy behind the classifications.
Hun Came and Vucub Came (One Death and Seven Death) are the principle death gods of the Mayan underworld.
The Mayan god of storms or bad weather was Hurakan.
In Aztec mythology, Mictlantecuhtli was the skeletal god of death who ruled over Mictlan, the underworld, with his wife, Mictlancihuatl.
Tezcatlipoca (“smoking mirror”) represents conflict and change in Aztec mythology.
Tlaltecuhtli (“Earth Lord”) was a large earth monster in Aztec mythology.
Tornarsuk is the ruling spirit higher than the Tornaq (a shaman’s familiar).
The tzitzimime were celestial demons in Aztec mythology that continuously threaten to destroy the world.
In Mayan mythology, Vucub Caquix, Seven Macaw, was a large bird that dwelled on the surface of the world after the flood.