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Glyph T714.130.35 - tza-[ka]-wa CH'UL / tza-[ka]-wa K'UL

tza-[ka]-wa CH'UL / tza-[ka]-wa K'UL (tzakaw ch'ul / tzakaw k'ul) (T714.130.35) > tr. v. phr. "to conjure/manifest/make appear god/divinity/holiness"

<> (JM) The tza-[ka]-wa portion of this phrase can be followed by CH'UL/K'UL, K'AWIL, or the name of one of the Vision Serpents as the thing conjured.

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