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Ancient Maya Life: God L -- A God Of Xibalbá. God L -- A God of Xibalbá. There is a site known as Cacaxtla ("place of the merchant pack") that has colorful murals. In these murals, one of the figures depicted holds a pack containing jaguar pelts, cacao and quetzal feathers. This figure could be God L, and he may be the referent in Cacaxtla's name.
The Mayan Pantheon: The Many Gods Of The Maya. Son of Hun Hunahpu amd Xquiq, Hunahpu is the god of the evening who restores the stars to the sky and, with his brother, Xbalanque, defeated the lords of Xibalba and created order on the earth. He is associated with the sun and, in some myths, is the sun himself.
The Pathway Through Xibalba. The Mayan word “Xibalba” literally means “the place of fear” and in their mythology it was the lowest of the nine underworlds and the realm of the dead. It was ruled by ten Lords, or demons, of whom One Death and Seven Death were the leaders.
FANDOM Powered By Wikia. Xibalba is the secondary antagonist-turned-anti-hero in the film, The Book of Life. He first entered the plot of the film when he and his wife La Muerte made a bet concerning which of the mortals, Manolo Sanchez or Joaquín Mondragon would marry Maria Posada.
Mayan Gods And Goddesses. The Maize god is representative of the ripe grain which was the base of the Mayan agriculture. In certain areas of Mesoamerica, like Yucatan, the Maize god is combined with the god of flora, Yumil Kaxob. The Maize god is principally shown with a headdress of maize and a curved streak on his cheek.
Wikipedia. Xibalba is described in the Popol Vuh as a court below the surface of the Earth associated with death and with twelve gods or powerful rulers known as the Lords of Xibalba. The first among the Maya death gods ruling Xibalba were Hun-Came ("One Death") and Vucub-Came ("Seven Death"), though Hun-Came is the senior of the two.