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    • The New Ahau bed! The word Ahau in Ancient Maya means “God” or “High King!” So treat yourself like one with this amazingcomfortable bed. It has a massage button on the side of thebed, and the sheets and covers have an elaborate design of your choice. This bed was originally created for the Mayan High King. This bed is on sale at the price of $4,500. Offer ends soon!
    • The Ahau bed!
    • The Amazing Chac shower faucet• Chac, the Mayans believe is the Cosmic-Monster that brings rains to the Earth. They believed there were four Chacs placed on the four corners of the Earth. The Chac water faucet comes with 10 settings of how much water you want to come out at a time and how it comes out. It also has a de-mister which clears the mist in the shower. The Chac water faucet sells for $199.99.
    • The Chac shower faucet
    • The Magic Ix Chel Medicine!• The Mayan goddess Ix Chel is the goddess of the moon, medicine, weaving and can oversee childbirth. The Magic Ix Chel medicine can cure anything from soreness and stiffness to strep throat or a severe cold or fever. The serving sizes come in bottles of 4 oz., (14.99) 6 oz., (16.50) 12 oz. (29.99) and 15 oz.(34.99) Also, NO MORE THAN 2 Tb of the medicine per day, more is severely dangerous!
    • The Magic Ix Chel medicine sizes
    • The Quetzal-alive active toy!• The Quetzal is a rare Central-American bird. It was treasured by the Maya Kings for it’s brilliant blue-green feathers. The male bird has a long tail. Today this bird is nearing extinction. But, the toy actually acts like a real Quetzal. It can make noises like the quetzal and had the blue-green feathers of the quetzal. But best of all, the quetzal toy can fly. It has a small propeller at the bottom that allows it to fly. It also comes with a remote. The quetzal bird toy is priced at $99.99.
    • The Quetzal-alive toy in action!
    • The Pok-a-tok ball!• What is it? The Pok-a-tok ball is the ball that was used in the Mayan ball game Pok- a-tok. Players tried to keep the ball from hitting the ground, and if it does hit the ground, the other team gains a point. The Pok-a-tok ball costs $ 19.99.
    • The Pok-a-tok ball
    • The Lords of Death Halloween costume!• The Mayans believe in the Lords of Death, who are shown as skeleton people or ugly swollen beings wearing ornaments including eyes taken from the dead. Scare your friends to “death” with these extremely gruesome and horrifying costumes. There are two types of costumes, the Skeleton costume, which costs $19.99, and the ugly swollen being costume, which is $24.99.
    • The ugly swollen being and skeleton Halloween costumes!
    • The Haab pocket-calendar!• The Haab calendar is one of three Mayan calendars and most similar to ours in length. It is 365 days in length and is about a quarter of a day short of our year, which is 365 ¼ days long. The months on the haab calendar are 20 days long and there are 18 months and five days leftover. This awesome pocket calendar folds up to fit in your pocket. The haab pocket calendar costs $13.99.
    • The haab pocket calendar!
    • The Uayeb good luck charm!• Uayeb is the five unlucky days on the 365-day Mayan haab calendar. So protect yourself from unlucky things happening to you by buying the wonderful Uayeb charm. The Charm magically protects you from all evil and misfortune on these terrible five days. The charm is beautifully decorated and made from diamond, emerald, jade and smooth rock. This is why the Uayeb charms are hard to find and are expensive. But there is also the plastic version. The Uayeb charm with jewels costs $5,000, but the plastic one only costs $39.99.
    • The Uayeb good luck charm!
    • The Yucatan Map• The Yucatan is the homeland of the Maya. From this Mexican area, they spread to Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, and other provinces of Mexico. Yucatán was called the "Land of Turkey and Deer" by the Maya, because of the abundance of wildlife found there. The Yucatan map is a large map that shows all of Yucatan and labels all of the places. The Yucatan Map sells at $9.99.
    • The Yucatan map!
    • The Milpa Magic grower!• The Mayan word “Milpa” means cornfield. So shout out to you farmers who should get this stuff. The Milpan Magic grower (or for short MMG) helps the corn in your fields grow 10x better and faster than they used to, guaranteed or your money back! You just spread it over your corn fields and the MMG will magically make your corn grow better, not only that but higher quality corn. The MMG comes in sacks of 15 Kg, ( $31.99) 20 Kg, ( $39.99) 30 Kg ( $49.99) and 45 Kg ( $65.99).
    • The Milpa Magic Grower!