Xamaba The benevolent supreme being and creator of all things including mankind provides the rain, is invoked for help on undertaking journeys, and in illness. The Heikum, South Africa |
Xaman Ek Mayan god of merchants, business, economy, trade.
Xchmel (male) and Xtmana (female) The self-existent divine pair, parents of Hunavan and Hunchevan. Guatemala
Xilonen Aztec goddess of maize.
Xipe Totec Aztec god of agriculture, blacksmiths, and the west.
Xixarama The principle god of the Anserma who is the father of the sun and the moon. Colombia
Xochipilli Aztec god of corn.
Xochiquetzal Ichpuchtli Aztec goddess of the underworld and flowers. Also symbolizes twins, artisans, sex, and children.
Xolas The supreme being and creator of the earth and of mankind upon whom he bestows the soul at birth and reabsorbs it at death. He is concerned with the activities of mankind and is beneficent or punitive accordingly. The Alacaluf, Tierra del Fuego
Xolotl Bad luck Aztec god of the underworld, brought humankind and the element of fire to the surface.
Xovalasi, Xowalaci, Xowaelece The creator god of the Joshua Indians, Oregon
Xpiyacoc, Ixpiyacoc The great Father, with Ixmuncané the supreme pair, the parents of the seven Ahpú. ”As the Supreme Being, Ixpiyacoc has no life history.” They are ”the progenitors of ‘divination with the seeds/’” The Quiché, Guatemala
Xu The benevolent and all-powerful supreme being and sky god to whom the souls of the dead go. He ”summons the magickians to their profession, and gives them super-natural powers.” He provides the rain and is invoked in illness, before hunting and before traveling. The Bushmen, South Africa and Namibia