Who are the Mayan gods?
- Introduction –
- Itzamna – The Ruler of the Heavens.
- Ix Chel – The Mayan Moon Goddess.
- Kinich Ahau – The Yucatec Mayan Sun God.
- Chaac – The Mayan Rain God.
- Yumil Kaxob – The Mayan God of Flora.
- Yum Cimil – The Yucatec Mayan God of Death.
- Yum Kaax – The Mayan God of Forests.
Regarding this, who are the main Mayan gods?
The Mayan Pantheon: Gods and Goddesses
- Itzamna. Itzamna is a creator god, one of the gods involved in creating human beings and father of the Bacabs, who upheld the corners of the world.
- Yum Kaax. A nature god, Yum Kaax is the god of wild plants and animals, the god of the woods.
- Maize God.
- Hunab Ku.
- Kinich Ahau.
- Ix Chel.
Subsequently, question is, who is the Mayan god of war? Cizin, also spelled Kisin, (Mayan: “Stinking One”), Mayan earthquake god and god of death, ruler of the subterranean land of the dead. He may possibly have been one aspect of a malevolent underworld deity who manifested himself under several names and guises (e.g., Ah Puch, Xibalba, and Yum Cimil).
Similarly, it is asked, who is the most important Mayan god?
What God is Kukulcan?
Kukulkan (/kuːkuːlˈkän/) ("Plumed Serpent", "Feathered Serpent") is the name of a Mesoamerican serpent deity. Prior to the Spanish Conquest of the Yucatán, Kukulkan was worshipped by the Yucatec Maya peoples of the Yucatán Peninsula, in what is now Mexico.