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  • Angela Flynn

    A sacred Maya journey made for more than a 1000 years. People from all over the Land of the Maya made this journey year after year to worship the goddess Ixchel - As the ruler of fertility, health, water and vegetation, as well as the inventor of painting and weaving - honoring her meant rain for the harvest and a year of plentiful life. http://bit.ly/JcI0fE

  • Quinta Entertainment & Tourist Guide

    Travesía Sagrada Maya 2012. Fotos por www.delsolphotography.com

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IxChel: Known as Ix Chebel Yax, Ix Hunic & Ix Hunieta ruler of fertility, health, water and vegetation, and as the inventor of painting and weaving. She was represented with the characteristics of the Moon: as a young deity corresponding to the Full Moon, like an old woman with one eye closed in the waning moon, and lying dead as the New Moon.