Votan/Odin/Wotan: The Connections
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Votan, meaning and interpretations. In modern archaeology, Votan has been associated with the Maya “God D” also known as Itzamná “Reptile House” among certain Maya groups. He looks like an old man with sunken cheeks and flowing robes as a scribe would wear. He is tall sometimes he is associated with wings on his head along with a flat obsidian disk in the middle of his forehead. The ancient Maya prayed to him as a granter of k’uhul, a sacred life force energy used for healing. Votan is seen as a god of kings and a patron of noble houses and is associated with the third day of the week on the Maya calendar. In the Maya creation story he also placed the 3rd stone on the Cosmic Hearth from whence all warmth generates. In newly translated Classical Maya writings this hearth stone is also called the Water lily Throne Stone, watch video for more ancient mystery.
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