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AHAYUTA-ACHI
Also known as AHAYUTA, ACHI

Twin War Gods of Military Victory

The AHAYUTA-ACHI were Twin War Gods, second-in-command to Sun God AWONAWILONA. We don't know what happened to Achi, but Ahayuta was a glorious warrior.

For protection or victory in battle, carve an effigy of him from a piece of wood which has been struck by lightning. Then bore a hole in it and leave it outside somewhere. Don't attempt to protect it from rain or woodworm. Just leave it alone to do its thing.

Eventually it will wear down and fall apart. And then you make another one.

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Article last updated on 09 January 2013
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
References: Coming soon.

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ABOUT AHAYUTA-ACHI : FACTS AND FIGURES
Name : AHAYUTA-ACHI
Area or people : Zuni
Location : North America
Gender : Male
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Coming soon
Alternative names : AHAYUTA, ACHI
Popularity index : 657

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