Ixchel's Healings: Medicinal Plant Remedies of the Maya
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Healing plants and herbs have been used for thousands of years by the peoples of Mexico, Guatemala and Belize.
Shaman. The Mayans had many excellent medical practices     Health and medicine among the ancient Maya was a complex blend of mind, body, religion, ritual, and science. Important to all, medicine was practiced only by a select few who were given an excellent education. These men, called shamans, act as a medium between the physical world and spirit world.

The Fact: The Mayans had many excellent medical practices Health and medicine among the ancient

Shaman. The Mayans had many excellent medical practices     Health and medicine among the ancient Maya was a complex blend of mind, body, religion, ritual, and science. Important to all, medicine was practiced only by a select few who were given an excellent education. These men, called shamans, act as a medium between the physical world and spirit world.

The Fact: The Mayans had many excellent medical practices Health and medicine among the ancient

Ix Chel is a Moon Goddess and, appropriately, Her domain in the land of the Maya is the Caribbean coast where a temple built to Her is still a destination for pilgrims who visit Her island of Cozumel.  During ancestral times,  pregnant Maya women would paddle to the island to beseech Ix Chel's blessings for a healthy happy family.

Mayan jaguar goddess Ixchel, "the goddess of reason, creativity and weaving." Ixchel is also a Mayan moon goddess.

moon goddess

Moon Goddess, Draped in her glimmering veil of stars, the Goddess Selene tenderly guides the moon on its celestial journey, keeping watch over the night bathed earth. Her face is lit by the gentle glow of moonbeams.

Mayan jaguar goddess Ixchel,  "the goddess of reason, creativity and weaving."   Ixchel is also a Mayan moon goddess.  Wikipedia says Ixchel is also referred to as "the goddess of making children", and the "goddess of medicine" She is also known as "Lady Rainbow"

Mayan jaguar goddess Ixchel, "the goddess of reason, creativity and weaving." Ixchel is also a Mayan moon goddess.

This Is Ixchel, Mayan Goddess Of Heavens & Birth And The Last Figure In Dresden Codex ~ Artist Unknown

Ixchel, Mayan Goddess Of Heavens & Birth And The Last Figure In Dresden Codex ~ Artist Unknown

Ixchel: Great Maya Goddess

Ixchel, "Lady Rainbow" and the wife of the supreme Mayan deity, was the Mother Goddess, the Goddess of the Moon, and the Goddess of Medicine.

Mayan Fertility Goddess Ixchel

Mayan Fertility Goddess Ixchel this actually looks very Indo-Aryan

Mayan Goddess Ixchel: two principal qualities (birthing and healing), aged jaguar goddess of midwifery and medicine in ancient Maya culture; designated as the "Red Goddess"; Mayan moon goddess; female warrior, with an entwined serpent serving as her headdress, crossed bones adorn her skirt; Rain goddess, inverting a water jar representing the rainy season or amniotic fluid (equivalent to giving birth); 16th century Mayan women seeking fruitful marriage traveled to her temple in Cozumel.

Mayan Goddess Ixchel: two principal qualities (birthing and healing), aged jaguar goddess of midwifery and medicine in ancient Maya culture; designated as the "Red Goddess"; Mayan moon goddess; female warrior, with an entwined serpent serving as her headdress, crossed bones adorn her skirt; Rain goddess, inverting a water jar representing the rainy season or amniotic fluid (equivalent to giving birth); 16th century Mayan women seeking fruitful marriage traveled to her temple in Cozumel.

Crone Ixchel - (Mayan) Old Goddess of the Tiger's Claw.

Crone Ixchel - (Mayan) Old Goddess of the Tiger's Claw. The sign Aquarius is associated with this Goddess.

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