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    93 Hello everyone. I was browsing the archives from BaphoNet and came across a qabalistic table of Mayan deities. Does anyone else have additional tables? 93
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      Hello everyone. I was browsing the archives from BaphoNet and came
      across a qabalistic table of Mayan deities. Does anyone else have
      additional tables?

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      Frater Adam
      1=10 A.'.A.'.

      777 - Mayan Dieties

      From Sekhet Bast Ra Lodge

      The contents of this file is derived from the research
      resources from within our lodge and is the sole property of
      Sekhet Bast Ra Lodge. Copyright 1987.


      777
      Column XXV
      Mayan Dieties


      Key Scale - Mayan Dieties - Explanation

      0 - Itzam Na - This diety encompasses all dieties yet this
      Diety is beyond all comprehension.

      1 - Itzam Na - "one" or "unique" He is the greatest of
      the Gods.
      Hunab Ku - "All powerful God of no Image" I listed
      this diety although information shows
      this diety did not exist until after the
      Spanish Conquest. It probabily came
      about due to christian influence.

      2 - Ohoroxtotil - Father of the Sun.
      Ben Ich - "He of the Starry Sky" He is a
      great infinite Jaguar (his spots are
      thought to be stars and planets).

      3 - Ix Chebel Yax - Mother of the Sun.
      Ix Hun Zipit - Lady of the Sea.

      4 - Kunku Chacs - 'Kun' means "kindly" or "tender"
      'Ku' means "God".

      5 - Ah Hadz'en Caan Chacs - "Lash" The Sky God.

      6 - Ah Kin - "He of the Sun".

      7 - Ix Ahau - "Mistress" She is the Mistress of
      Creative Arts and the Master of Weaving
      (she like Athene, in the Greek myths,
      worked her magick on the loom).

      8 - Ah Kin - as the Patron of Knowledge and Power.

      9 - XAhau - "Lady Ahau" Moon Goddess Wife of Ah Kin
      (the Sun God).

      10 - Cobel Cab - Mistress of the Earth.
      Ix Tan Dz'onot - The Child of She who Sits in the
      Mud, the Child of She who emerges
      from the Sand.

      11 - Acan - God of Wine (Actually he rules over
      intoxicating drinks such as beer, wine,
      Kola, etc.) He is known for his loud
      "bellowing" and his foolish behavior
      He is Cacoch's aid (Cacoch is a God of
      Creation).

      12 - Ah Kin Xoc - 'Ah kin' means "Priest". 'Xoc' means
      "to count or read". He is a great
      singer, musician, and poet. He won
      the respect of the Sun God when he
      took the guise of a Hummingbird and
      wooed the Moon Goddess. Husband of
      the Plumeria, the sacred flower of
      Itzam Na (this flower rules Divine
      Sexuality, its colours are red and
      white). This Flower contained the
      secret of Truth and Immortality.

      13 - Ix Chel - Moon Goddess She rules over Pro-
      creation, birth, medicine, and wisdom.
      She is a Virgin but she had a secret
      cult which she is regarded as a Sacred
      Mistress to Itzam Na.

      14 - Ix Ahau Na - "Palace-Lady".

      15 - Canan Chul Chan - Guardian of Holy Sky. "Big
      Star".

      16 - Itzam Na Kinch Ahau - Old Sun God of balanced
      judgement. Ruler of the
      Bacabs (Elements).

      17 - Xbalanque & Hunahpu - Twin Heros Brothers who
      heard the Divine Call of
      Itzam Na which lead them to
      destroy the False Ones who
      had exalted themselves and
      deceived some Mayas to
      worship them; and defeated
      the Lords of Death.

      18 - Nucuch Chacob - "The Great Chacs" Four horsemen
      who are the Rain Gods. They
      bring Water of Life from the
      Gods to the Maya.

      19 - Balanke - "Jaguar-Sun" This aspect of the Sun is
      the essence of Strenght (warrior-type
      strenght). He is considered a Great
      Breast. All His Priests and Priestesses
      are His harlots.

      20 - Xob - Mother of Maize. All Maize Dieties sprang
      from Her seed (literally corn seed).

      21 - Ek Chuah - He is the Merchant Diety, but most im-
      portantly is ruled the cacao which was
      the Mayan's biggest trade commodity.

      22 - Itzam Na - as Great God who oversees Justice
      between the Gods and the Mayan who
      worships the Gods.



      23 - Ku Kulcan - The Aztecs called Him "Quetzalcoatl".
      He is the God of Self-sacrifice which
      was done so the Maya could survive
      and gain acknowledgement of Itzam Na.
      Some myths place Him as the Judge of
      the dead (but I would take this with
      a gain of salt).

      24 - Yum Cimil - "Lord of Death".

      25 - Zip - Protector of the Deer (according to myth
      the Deer created the Vagina of the Moon
      Goddess by stepping on Her abdomen and then
      she was able to bear children of the Sun
      God. Note the sole of deer's foot looks like
      a Vagina). Zip would deceive hunters to
      believe he was shooting a deer when in fact
      it was a iguana (a sacred animal of Itzam
      Na; to kill one incites the Death penalty).
      To those who gained Zip's Favour meant a
      successful hunt.

      26 - Ah Ahaah Cab - "Awakener" He is associated with
      the Morning Star (Venus).

      27 - Cit Chac Coh - "Father Red Great Puma" The Lord
      God of War.
      Buluc Chabtan - The God of Human Sacrifice and War.

      28 - Bolon Tzcab - The Ruling-Lineage Diety. He kept the
      Line of Itzam Na pure and made sure the
      Nobility of the Maya was strong.

      29 - XAhau - as Moon Goddess.

      30 - Kinich Ahau - "Sun-Eyed Lord" It is said He had
      a golden Sun eye (some say it was
      almond eye) at the place of His
      Ajna Chakra.

      31 - Hun Kak - "Unique Fire" The Divine Fire that
      consumes all what ever remains is
      prepared for Divinity.

      32 - Ben Ich - "He of the Starry Sky"
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