CHACAlso known as AH-HOYA, AH-TZENUL, CHAC-MOL, CHAK, CHAAK, CHAAC, COCIJO, GOD-B
Top Mayan God of Agriculture, Fertility, Rain and Lightning
He's also one of the ALPHABET-GODS known as God B. B is for Bursting Clouds.CHAC is a reptilian critter with fangs and a rather droopy snout. His hair is a permanently knotted tangle of confusion, which we find quite endearing.
Very important for harvests and growing, CHAC sends rain into the world by weeping from his large benevolent eyes. He's very good like that, even teaching the secrets of farming at no extra cost.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
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Location : Mesoamerica
Gender : Male
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Coming soon
Alternative names : AH-HOYA, AH-TZENUL, CHAC-MOL, CHAK, CHAAK, CHAAC, COCIJO, GOD-B
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