Kukulkan / Quetzalcoatl
Kukulkan (Quetzalcoatl) is the ruler of the Ninth Day of the Trecena and is associated with the number Nine in the sacred Tzolk'in (Bolon in Yucatec Maya or B'elejeb' in K'iche' Maya).
Kukulkan is the famous Feathered Serpent of the Maya; Quetzalcoatl is the Aztec god of light. The energy he embodies is that of budding, forward movement, new life.
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(Note: we are using the Aztec name of this deity as the original Maya name has been lost or is unknown.)
All daysign, number and deity templates are based on the original, authentic Maya carvings found in Guatemala and other Maya lands in Central America. Original styling by Luba Ortoleva.
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