Central American - A sun-god and wind-god of the Maya and Toltecs. In some accounts he is a king who was deified and called Cezalcouatl. It is said that he sometimes comes to earth and can be seen planting maize or fishing from his canoe. He is depicted as a plumed serpent or with a long nose and serpent fangs. His symbols are a fish, maize, a lizard, torch and vulture. Also commonly called Kukulcan, Cezalcouatl, Cezalcouatl, Cocoloon, Cocoloon, Kukucan, Kukucan, Kukulkan, Kukulkan, Cocolcan, Cocolcan, Cucukcan, Cucukcan, Aztec Quetzalcoatl, Aztec Quetzalcoatl, Gucumatz, Itzamna, Kaloowise, Kanikilak, Koloowise, Palulukon, Quaaqua, Raven, Raven, Mayan Yum Caax, Mayan Yum Caax or Cintéotl.

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