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He is the brother of the creator God Hachacyum.
This god also has been associated with rain and thunder.
He is said to devour the sun during an solar eclipse.
And is responsible for the safe delivery of the baby when born. Ah Cuxtal translates to "Come to life".
Associated with the city Cozumel. His name translates to "he the spear thrower"
He is the youthful suitor of the Moon goddess Acna. Ah Kin is feared as the bringer of droughts, but protects mankind from the evil powers associated with darkness. Ah Kin means 'he of the sun'
One of several. He is though to live upon the top of hills and in storms he climbs into the clouds to produce the thunder.
He is associated with human sacrifice and often depicted with a black line encircling the eye with a line coming from it down the cheek.
According to the texts he is said to have created the water lily and from that lily sprang all the other deities of the Mayan Pantheon.
One of several. He was worshipped a lot at local villages and farms, he is said to have taught mankind about agriculture.
One of several. Also known as the 'great demon shark'. He feeds off the bodies of drowned fishermen, but ensures that the fishermen have good catches.
He appears as a skeleton dressed in white clothes. He is said to carry a scythe with a blade made of bone. He is the consort of Xtabai.
There are four each representing the four directions It is written that they will bring about the end of the world with earthquakes, tempests when the last of the Lacandon people die. Two of these wind gods are named Hunaunic the east winds and Chikinkuh is the god of west winds.
One of several. She is the consort of the creator god Itzam Na and she is the mother of the Bacabs (Four Mayan attendants associated with the four compass points). Chibirias is said to have painted the earth. She is associated with weaving and is seen as the patroness of weavers.
They have cold blood and are said to have evolved from snakes. They are said to live at the bottom of deep lakes and are said to churn the waters up which then rise into the sky as clouds.
He is said to be the creator of man. The name Chul Tatic Chites Vaneg translates to 'Holy Father creator of man. It is thought maybe that this Mayan god came about after Christians had settled in the area and their god was translated into Mayan.
One of several. He is the most important of the gods of death. Cizin is said to burn the souls of the dead. His body is painted black and yellow (Yellow is the Mayan colour of death).
One of several. Said to live in the sky. The name translates to 'tears out the eye of the sun'.
This deity is associated with the growth of plants and is the consort of the goddesses Ix Kanan. He is also the god of family life.
One of several. He is said to live in a cave during the day but at night he prowls attacking people and eating the raw human flesh off there bones.
One of several. An earth god. He is depicted as that he has firewood as thighs, and flames for a tongue.
Is also the goddess of weaving.
She is also the goddess of child birth, medicine and rainbows. She is a consort of the sun god. Small figurines of Ix Chel were often placed under the beds of women in labour.
Ix Kanan is the guardian of the bean plant. She is the consort of Ih P'en.
And the destroyer of mountains.
He is said to have a shield of flames which he uses to protect himself.
Created all things out of itself. Often compared with Kukulcan a Mayan Creator God.
He is a much-feared deity who lives beneath the ground. Mam is often depicted as a scarecrow sat upon a stool. Mam is the equivalent of Satan in Christian faith.
Gives mortals a body and a soul.
He is also the god of fevers and the Keeper of good souls.
He is seen as a star in the night sky. He is also seen as a fertility god and is often depicted been a hunter, a doctor or a fisherman.
Totilm'il is an androgynous (sexless) person who represents the source of creation.
Yum Kaax is concerning not only with the growing and harvesting but husbandry (raising of animals). Is depicted as a youth and wearing a head dress with a ear of corn in.
He is often coupled with Kabrakan. Zipakna the creator of mountains, which are, destroyed Kabrakan the destroyer of mountains.
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