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Camazotz, Batman Aztec Vampire God of Night, Death and Sacrifice

 
Flutterby Fringe

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11/28/2021 12:58 PM

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Camazotz, Batman Aztec Vampire God of Night, Death and Sacrifice
For those Batman fans , I hate to burst your bubble but you have linked yourself to a vampiric God of Death.

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Batman Existed in Mesoamerican Mythology and His Name Was Camazotz

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Camazotz, (meaning ‘death bat’ in the Kʼiche’ Mayan language of Guatemala) originated deep in Mesoamerican mythology as a dangerous cave-dwelling bat creature. A cult following for the creature began amongst the Zapotec Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico and the figure was later adopted into the pantheon of the Maya Quiche tribe and the legends of the bat god were later recorded in Maya literature.


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What if we told you that a far darker and more ancient version of Batman first existed thousands of years ago? His name was Camazot and he was the Mayan bat god of night, sacrifice, and death.

Camazotz was said to have the head of a bat, a partial face mask, pointy ears, and the body of a man. All such similarities to the dark knight end there, however, as Camazotz was not the type to waste his time crusading for Gotham’s return to justice. While he may not have been a billionaire with a secret stash of all the latest technological crime-fighting gadgets, he was definitely both honored and feared.

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