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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_religion

The Mayan landscape is a ritual topography, with landmarks such as mountains, wells and caves ...

anthropology.msu.edu/anp264-ss13/2013/04/24/mayans-religion-gods-animal-spirits-and-pyramids

Apr 24, 2013 ... The Mayans religion involved several aspects of nature, astronomy and rituals. Most Gods represented a form in nature, for example, Sun God, ...

www.ancient.eu/Maya_Religion

Jul 29, 2015 ... The Maya participated in various religious rituals. Not all of these were related to human sacrifice, although sacrifice was a common practice in ...

www.historymuseum.ca/cmc/exhibitions/civil/maya/mmc03eng.shtml

The ancient Maya believed in recurring cycles of creation and destruction and ... All Maya ritual acts were dictated by the 260-day Sacred Round calendar, and ...

www.religionfacts.com/mayan-religion

Mar 17, 2015 ... Mayan religion was characterized by the worship of nature gods ... a priestly class, the importance of astronomy and astrology, rituals of human ...

incamayanaztec.com/ancient-mayan-religious-beliefs-and-rituals.html

Ancient Mayan Religious Beliefs and Rituals,Heavens,Earth,Underworld, religious hierarchy,priest,calendar tzolkin,fasting,celibacy period,human sacrifice  ...

sites.google.com/site/ancientmayarebeccap/-religious-beliefs/mayan-rituals

The Maya believed in blood sacrifice and bloodletting. Kings would perform bloodletting rites for every stage in life, every important political or religious event  ...

sites.google.com/site/ancientmayancivilization/mayan-religion

To inform and educate the world about the lost civilization of the ancient Maya people and to provide knowledge of their society.

mayas.mrdonn.org/religion.html

The Maya believed in many (many!) gods. They believed their gods could help or hurt them. They worshiped their gods every day. Religion was at the heart of ...