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Ah Kinchil

In Maya mythology, Ah Kinchil is the sun god.


Ah Puch

In Maya mythology, Ah Puch is the god of death.


Ahau Chamahez

In Maya mythology, Ahau Chamahez was one of two gods of medicine.


Ahmakiq

In Maya mythology, Ahmakiq is a god of agriculture. He locks up the wind when

it threatens to destroy the crops.


Akhushtal

In Maya mythology, Akhushtal is the goddess of childbirth.


Alaghom-Naom

In Mayan mythology, Alaghom-Naom was goddess of the earth, abundance and

wisdom. She who fosters forth conscious awareness and thought.


Bacabs

In Maya mythology, the bacabs are the canopic gods. They stand at the four

corners of the world supporting the heavens.


Centeotl

In Aztec mythology, Centeotl was the corn god. He was a son of Tlazolteotl and

the husband of Xochiquetzal.


Chalchiuhtlicue

In Aztec mythology, Chalchiuhtlicue was the goddess of running water. She was

the sister of Tlaloc.


Chantico

In Aztec mythology, Chantico was the goddess of hearth fires and volcanoes.


Chicomecoatl

In Aztec mythology, Chicomecoatl was the goddess of corn and fertility.


Cihuacoatl

In Aztec mythology, Cihuacoatl was a goddess whose roaring signalled war.


Cit Bolon Tum

In Maya mythology, Cit Bolon Tum was a god of medicine.


Ehecatl

In Aztec mythology, Ehecatl was the god of wind.


Ekahau

In Maya mythology, Ekahau is the god of travellers and merchants.


Huitzilopochtli

In Aztec mythology, Huitzilopochtli was the son of Coatlicue and a god of war

and the sun.


Huixtocihuatl

In Aztec mythology, Huixtocihuatl is the goddess of salt.


Itzpapalotl

In Aztec mythology, Itzpapalotl is a dragon-like goddess of agriculture.


Ix Chel

In Maya mythology, Ix Chel is the mother of deities, she is a wise, gentle,

lustrous and radiant goddess of the moon and water. The Eagle Woman.


Ixtab

In Maya mythology, Ixtab is the goddess of the hanged and of suicide. She spent

her time dangling from the sky with a noose round her neck - except when she

came to earth to gather the souls of suicides and transport them into paradise.


Ixtlilton

In Aztec mythology, Ixtlilton was the god of healing (medicine), feasting and

games. If the right prayers and sacrifices were made , he would bring cups of

healing drink to cure the sick. He was especially generous to children.


Iztaccihuatl

In Aztec mythology, Iztaccihuatl was a mother goddess the white mountains. She

who provides animal-spirit guardians.


Kan-u-Uayeyab

In Maya mythology, Kan-u-Uayeyab was the god who guarded cities.


Kinich Kakmo

In Maya mythology, Kinich Kakmo is the sun god symbolised by the Macaw.


Kisin

In Maya mythology, Kisin is the evil earthquake spirit. He lives beneath the

earth in a purgatory where all souls except those of soldiers killed in battle

and women who died in childbirth spend some time. Suicides are doomed to his

realm for eternity.


Kukucan

In Maya mythology, Kukucan is the wind god.


Macuilxochitl

In Aztec mythology, Macuilxochitl was the god of music and dance.


Mayahuel

In Aztec mythology, Mayahuel was a goddess of maguey.


Metztli

In Aztec mythology, Metztli was the moon god.


Mictlan

In Aztec mythology, Mictlan was the underworld. It was the home of all the dead

except warriors and women who died in labour.


Mictlantecuhtli

In Aztec mythology, Mictlantecuhtli was the god of Mictlan and the dead.


Mitnal

In Maya mythology, Mitnal was the underworld hell where the wicked were

tortured.


Nacon

In Maya mythology, Nacon was the god of war.


Ometecuhtli

In Aztec mythology, Ometecuhtli was the god of duality.


Patecatl

In Aztec mythology, Patecatl was the god of medicine.


Paynal

In Aztec mythology, Paynal was the messenger to Huitzilopochtli.


Quetzalcoati

In Aztec and Toltec mythology, Quetzalcoati was the feathered serpant god.


Quetzalcoatl

In ancient Mexican mythology, Quetzalcoatl was the god of the air. He presided

over commerce, and was said to have predicted the coming of the Spaniards.


Teoyaomqui

In Aztec mythology, Teoyaomqui is the god of dead warriors.


Tlaloc

In Aztec mythology, Tlaloc is the great rain and fertility god. He lived at

Tlalocan with the corn goddesses.


Tlalocan

In Aztec mythology, Tlalocan was the paradise of Tlaloc. It was where the souls

of those killed by lightning, dropsy, skin diseases and those sacrificed to

Tlaloc went.


Tlazolteotl

In Aztec mythology, Tlazolteotl was the goddess of licentiousness.


Tonacatecuhtli

In Aztec mythology, Tonacatecuhtli was the creator and provider of food.


Tonatiuh

In Aztec mythology, Tonatiuh was a sun-god, the eagle and heavenly warrior.


Xilonen

In Aztec mythology, Xilonen was the goddess of young maize. She was a wife of

Tezcatlipoca.


Xipe Totec

In Aztec mythology, Xipe Totec was the god of seedtime.


Xochipilli

In Aztec mythology, Xochipilli was the god of feasting and young maize.


Yacatecuhtli

In Aztec mythology, Yacatecuhtli was the god of merchant adventurers.


Yaxche

In Maya mythology, Yaxche is the tree of heaven under which good souls rejoice.


Yum Kaax

In Maya mythology, Yum Kaax is the maize god.

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