Hunab Ku 1
The Hunab Ku symbol is perhaps one of the most ubiquitous visual symbols of the Mayan Calendar culture. It means "the one god" in Yucatec Maya, and was used by the Aztecs as a ritual cloak or mantle design.
Also known as the "Galactic Butterfly," this symbol is presumed to represent the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, and by some accounts was associated with an indigenous creator god, Itzamna.
Purchasing this template gives you a black/white Hunab Ku symbol in JPG format, tinted in the following color options: INDIGO, JADE, BLUE, EARTH, and GOLD. You also receive a plain black/white Hunab Ku as a layered PSD file that allows you to pull off the white background so you can use your own colors to place the symbol upon.
All daysign, number and deity templates are based on the original, authentic Maya carvings found in Guatemala and other Maya lands in Central America. Original styling by Luba Ortoleva.
Important note! You must have access to the proper graphic design software, such as Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator to use these files. We do not provide technical support or training.
Once you've completed your purchase, go to your user account and click on the "Files" tab to download the file.