Image of a Mayan God at Tulum, Mexico


The Mayan had a pantheon of  Gods with between 166 and 250 named gods and they saw these Gods in every act and event of life. These Gods also had complex and changeable natures.

As with several far more ancient  civilizations of the world , the Mayans  had gods to oversee every human action and aspect of life: gods for birth and death, for travel and traders, for pregnant women and infants, for youth, age, health, for agriculture,  good harvest especially of maize, for rain, for thunder, creator gods and gods of destruction, death gods and gods of heaven. There were designated gods even for ball games, and one for suicide. All of these gods were changeable as well. They could be of either sex , young and old, good but sometimes evil, depending on the time and circumstance.


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