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  Hun-Apu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Seven Macaw's sons, Zipacna and Cabrakan, inherited a large part of their father's arrogance, claiming to be the creators and destroyers of mountains, respectively.
Again it was primarily through their cleverness that the pair were able to bring about the downfall of their enemy, having sought him out and then using his very arrogance against him; they told the story of a great mountain they had encountered that kept growing and growing.
Cabrakan prided himself as the one to bring down the mountains, and upon hearing such a tale, he predictably demanded to be shown the mountain.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hun-Apu   (2863 words)

  
 popolsynp
His two sons, Zipacna and Cabrakan (Cockspur or Earth-heaper, and Earthquake), were earthquake-gods of the type of the Jotuns of Scandinavian myth or the Titans of Greek legend.
Cabrakan looked at the brothers disdainfully, and was about to depart when they said to him: "Stay; we should like to behold these mountain-throwing feats of yours.
Cabrakan shook himself into a final effort to regain his senses, but all to no purpose.
www.bsu.edu /classes/magrath/205f01/popolsynp.html   (10745 words)

  
 Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Cabrakan - Mayan god of earthquakes and mountains.
For this thought he was killed by Hunahpu and Ixbalangue (he had also murdered their father, which probably had more to do with the boys killing Vucub Caquix than anything else).
Zipacna - Mayan giant, brother of Cabrakan and son of Vucub Caquix.
www.ancientworlds.net /aw/HomesiteRoom/55123   (1628 words)

  
 Mythic and Heroic Sages
His two sons, Zipacna and Cabrakan (earth-heaper[1] (?) and earthquake), were daily employed, the one in heaping up mountains, and the other in demolishing thorn, and these also incurred the wrath of the immortals.
The sons of Vukub-Cakix, Zipacna and Cabrakan, remained to be accounted for.
Zipacna consented, at the entreaty of four hundred youths, incited by the hero-gods, to assist them in transporting a huge tree which was destined for the roof-tree of a house they were building.
www.earth-history.com /America/mythic.htm   (9982 words)

  
 Maya mythology -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Chimalmat:A giant who, by Vucub Caquix, was the mother of Cabrakan and Zipacna.
Voltan:An earth and drum god (originally a human hero who was deified), married to Ixchel.
Vucub Caquix:A powerful ruling demon in the underworld, Xibalba, and, by Chimalmat, the father of the demonic giants Cabrakan and Zipacna.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/m/ma/maya_mythology.htm   (2191 words)

  
 Ah Kinchil gfunk era Ah Kinchil   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Chimalmat A giant who, by Vucub Caquix, was the mother of Cabrakan and Zipacna.
Voltan An earth and drum god (originally a human hero who was deified), married to Ixchel.
Vucub Caquix A powerful ruling demon in the underworld, Xibalba, and, by Chimalmat, the father of the demonic giants Cabrakan and Zipacna.
www.find-ask.com /Encyclopedia/Ah_Kinchil/Ah_Kinchil.html   (2003 words)

  
 GODS
Nonetheless, King Mursilis I, who led Hittite warriors on a successful raid on Babylon about 1590 BC, robbed this shrine of the sacred image
Evil Mountain God, son of the Underworld God VUCUB-CAQUIX and the giant brother of giant CABRAKAN.
He was extremely arrogant and nasty, and thought nothing of killing four hundred brave young warriors by sitting on them.
www.stargategalaxy.fsnet.co.uk /gods.html   (4576 words)

  
 Mayan Mythology : Gods, Goddesses, Spirits, Deities of the Maya   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
MAYAN GODS: C - Click to view entry.
Cabracan, Cabrakan, Cacoch, Cakulha, Cama-zotz, Camazotz, CamÉ, Caneques, Cauac, Chaak, Chac, Chac-chel, Chac-mol, Chac-mool, Chac-uayeb-xoc, Chac-xib-chac, Chacmool, Chak, Chaob, Chibilkin, Chiccan, Chicchan, Chuen, Cit-bolon-tum, Cizin, Cocijo, Colicha-cozee, Copijcha, Coqueelaa, Coquenexo, Coqui-bezelao, Coqui-huani, Coqui-xee, Coyopa, Cozaana,
MAYAN GODS: D - Click to view entry.
www.godchecker.com /pantheon/mayan-mythology.php?_gods-list   (448 words)

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