Ixchel , also spelled Ix Chel , Mayan moon goddess . Ixchel was the patroness of womanly crafts but was often depicted as an evil old woman and had unfavorable aspects. She may have been a manifestation of the god Itzamná.
Goddess O. Goddess O is depicted with a red body, and sometimes with feline aspects such as jaguar claws and fangs; sometimes she wears a skirt marked with crossed bones and other death symbols. She is closely identified with the Mayan rain god Chaac (God B) and often seen illustrated with pouring water or flood images
Ix Chel is a great Water Goddess , the consort of the chief God of the Maya pantheon, Votan. Her name means “Lady Rainbow”, and She is said to have founded the city of Palenque at the command of the Gods . She is a Weaver Goddess , whose whirling drop spindle is said to be at the center of the motion of the Universe.
If you read that, you’ll find that “ee-shell” is close, but… it actually ends up something more like “eesh-chail” including the “ch” sound and pronouncing the “e” as a long “a.”
The name Ixchel was in use in 16th-century Yucatán and amongst the Poqom in the Baja Verapaz.
Here’s the list of the top five Mayan Gods of all time: Itzamn (or Zamn ) Itzamn , the big cheese overall and lord of the heavens as well as night and day, could be called upon in hard times or calamities. Chac . Ah Mun. Ah Puch . Ek Chuah. Acan. Ix- Chel . Xaman Ek.
Aunt Beast tells Meg that she finds it very difficult to communicate in Meg’s language. Nonetheless, she tries to explain that the beasts live on a planet called Ixchel , another of the planets struggling against the Dark Thing. She then sings to Meg a beautiful song that sets Meg at peace with herself and the world.
Ixchel was revered as the goddess of the moon, because of her feminine character. She represented the fertility linked to the earth, due to the fact that the cycles of the moon are those which determine the times of planting and harvest. She was also associated with the rains and the Maya rain god Chaac.
Itzamná Itzamná , ( Mayan : “Iguana House”) principal pre-Columbian Mayan deity, ruler of heaven, day, and night. He frequently appeared as four gods called Itzamnás, who encased the world.
Chac , Mayan god of rain, especially important in the Yucatán region of Mexico where he was depicted in Classic times with protruding fangs, large round eyes, and a proboscis-like nose.
Here is our collection of the top 20 Mayan names for babies. The Mayan was one of the most advanced civilizations in pre-Columbian Americas. Mayan Girl Names With Meanings: Itzel: The name Itzel originates in the Mayan language. Akna: Sacniete: Xoc: Zac-Kuk: Chimalmat: Ixazaluoh: Xmucane: