Ab Kin Xoc
Ab Kin Xoc In Mayan mythology, god of poetry, also known as Ppiz Hiu Tec Back to Mayan Gods and ...
Ah Puch (Ahpuch, Ahal Puh, Ah-Puchah) (to melt, to dissolve, to spoil) In Mayan mythology, god of death, the destroyer, ...
Ah Raxá Lac
Ah Raxá Lac (the lord of the green plate) In Mayan mythology, an earth god, mentioned in the Popol Vuh, ...
Ah Raxa Tzel
Ah Raxa Tzel (the lord of the green gourd or blue bowl) In Mayan mythology, a sky god or personification ...
Ahtoltecat In Mayan mythology, silversmith god of the Quiché Maya of Guatemala, patron of the Toltecs, skilled silversmiths. Taken from ...
Ahulane In Mayan mythology, archer god, portrayed holding an arrow. Ahulane was worshipped on the island of Cozumel, where his ...
Chac (Chaac) In Mayan mythology, four-part god of rain and thunder, patron of the number 13. Chac is the Mayan ...
Hunahpú and Xbalanqúe
Hunahpú and Xbalanqúe In Mayan mythology, twin hero gods in the Popol Vuh, the sacred book of the ancient Quiché ...
Hurakán (Huracán) (the one-legged) In Mayan mythology, a creator god. In the beginning, according to the Popol Vuh, sacred book ...
Itzamna He of the Writing Origin: Maya Itzamna is the preeminent deity of the Mayan Yucatan peninsula. Itzamna is the ...
Ix Chel Lady Rainbow; Old Woman with the Jaguar Claws; Lady Splotch of Blood; Lady All Embracer Origin: Maya Ix ...
Ix Tab Lady of the Rope Origin: Maya (Yucatan) According to ancient Mayan cosmology, among those who go straight to ...
Xtabay Also known as: Ixtabey; Xtabey; Xkeban; Xtabai Pronounced: Shh-tah-bay or Ish-ta-bay Xtabay, Mayan jungle goddess, is the subject of ...
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