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B’A YAl  in Maya culture is known as first-born Blue-Green wind

Glyph T501.19:670 - B'A YAL

B’A YAL (b’a yal) (T501.19:670) > adj. + n. “first born”; elite title.

(CH) > b’a-AL (b’a[ah][y]al) b’aah-y-al ~ n.-3SE-n. “head-child of” relationship expression referring to primogenital offspring.

http://research.famsi.org/montgomery_dictionary/mt_entry.php?id=1304&lsearch=b’&search=first%20born

in modERn AmeriKan English it may be known as {B(U)Y ALL}

http://www.mayanmajix.com/TZOLKIN/DT/DT.html

AJAW

Glyph T168:518b - AJAW

http://research.famsi.org/montgomery_dictionary/mt_entry.php?id=1253&lsearch=a&search=

Glyph T168, or T584.687a - AJAW

http://research.famsi.org/montgomery_dictionary/mt_entry.php?id=1254&lsearch=a&search=

Glyph T747a - AJAW

http://research.famsi.org/montgomery_dictionary/mt_entry.php?id=1282&lsearch=a&search=

Glyph Tnn - AJAW

http://research.famsi.org/montgomery_dictionary/mt_entry.php?id=1286&lsearch=a&search=

Glyph T99.506.57 36.1016 - o-OL-si K'U

o-OL-si K’U (olis k’u) (T99.506.57 36.1016) > n. phr. “the whole set of gods” (?), “all the gods.”

http://research.famsi.org/montgomery_dictionary/mt_entry_list.php?lsearch=a

 

Ajax in Ellin mythOlaGY of 3Jan war:

File:Achilles Ajax dice Louvre MNB911 n2.jpg

In the Iliad, Ajax is notable for his abundant strength and courage, seen particularly in two fights with Hector. In Book 7, Ajax is chosen by lot to meet Hector in a duel which lasts most of a whole day. Ajax at first gets the better of the encounter, wounding Hector with his spear and knocking him down with a large stone, but Hector fights on until the heralds, acting at the direction of Zeus, call a draw: the action ends without a winner and with the two combatants exchanging gifts, Ajax giving Hector a purple sash and Hector giving Ajax a sharp sword.

File:Ajax (Carstens).jpg

Daeth is the MeaSURErER of LIFE… :D)))

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ajax_(mythology)

 

http://research.famsi.org/schele_list.php?rowstart=15&search=ahaw%20or%20ahau%20or%20ajaw&display=15&title=Linda%20Schele%20Drawings%20Collection&tab=schele&sort=

File:Maya-Maske.jpg

 

The Mayas had two primary deities, male and female, with many aspects. It is through the different names of their various aspects that they are called on in the Songs.

Itzamna (Iguana House) was the male creator of the universe, the sky deity, the sun. He went by different names according to his many aspects. Among these aspects mentioned in the Songs are Hunabku (One Being God), Kinich Ahau (Father Sun), Cit Bolon Tun (Deity of Medicine) and Kukulcan (Feathered Serpent).

Ix Chel (Rainbow Woman) was the female force, the Creation Goddess, wife of Itzamna. Also known by Ix Chebel Yax and many other names, she was the moon, earth, and bodies of water, and patroness of weaving, painting, procreation, and medicine.

Flower Ceremony

Song: Flower Song.

The Flower Ceremony was a rite to keep or bring back a lover. A group of women, under the direction of a female elder, met at night at a rock spring in the woods by the light of the moon. While the group of naked singers danced around her, the patient, also naked, threw plumeria ( leelavadee, Hawaiian) flowers into the water, transforming it into a love potion.

http://www.famsi.org/research/curl/dzitbalche_intro.html

plumeria Image

 

 

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