Thursday, August 13, 2009


Also known as Ndo’yet, this Zapotec god is the god of death and sacred objects. Any temple or ritual objects would be consecrated in his name. He is part of the Mayan pantheon, and lends his name to the fourth day of the Mayan nine day week.


A lot of my information is directly copy-pasted frm my own Book of Shadows, collected over the past couple of years from a variety of sourses. I try to credit where I can, and I try to paraphrase and change words around without changing meanings as much as I can.
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