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PostSubject: Maya Gods and Goddesses   Tue Feb 24, 2009 5:09 pm

Ah Puch is the god of death. His depiction is skeletal, with corpses and skulls. He may be shown with black spots. He is also known as Yum Kimil

Chac is a benevolent fertility god. He is god of agriculture, rain and lightning. He may be represented as an old man with reptilian features. He is connected with the Aztec god Tlaloc. He is associated with life and never death.

Kinich Ahau is a Maya sun god. He is shown as a toothless old man, or with one tooth in his lower jaw. He never appears with symbols of death.

Kukulcan or Quetzalcoatl ("feathered snake"). A serpent and hero-god, he taught the Maya about civilization and was associated with rain. He was also associated with the four elements, the colors yellow, red, black, and white, and good and evil. Worship of Quetzalcoatl included human sacrifices. He has a black body, large nose and tongue hanging out to the side and is associated with life and never death.

Ix Chel is a rainbow, earth, and moon goddess of the Maya.

Ixtab is the Maya goddess of the hanged and suicide. She is depicted with a rope around her neck.
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