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This is a ceramic copy of a jade original Mayan carving of the face of the Shaman god Itzamna with a sterling silver wire hanger.

Itzamna was the first shaman and magician in the Mayan pantheon, and is depicted as aged and often toothless to convey his venerability and wisdom. He was married to the Moon Goddess Ix Chel in some legends and also associated with the moon (similar to Thoth in the Egyptian pantheon). He is a source of wisdom, cunning and innovation as well as magic, and I have found him to be one of the easier Mayan gods to approach and communicate with, along with Tohil, Hurakun and Ix Chel.

A donation from the price of this pendant will be made to the Smithsonian Native American museum in honor of the Quiche Maya and their elegant mythology and carving skills.

Ancestor Talisman: Itzamna, the First Shaman

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Sterling silver, porcelain, glaze
  • Ships worldwide from Virginia, United States
  • Feedback: 88 reviews
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