Mayan Death God.[1] Known as Kisin among the Lacandons.[2]

Modern Occurences

Connected with William S. Burroughs in a dream.[3]

Ah Pook is here

Ah Pook is here


  1. Roys, Ralph L. The Book of Chilam Balam of Chumayel. No. Y/972.6501 R6. 1967.
  2. Alfred M. Tozzer, Landa's Relación de las cosas de Yucatán. A Translation. Peabody Museum, Cambridge MA 1941.
  3. Burroughs, William S., and Ah Pook Is Here. "Nova Express. 1964." New York: Grove (1992).
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