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Kon

by Micha F. Lindemans
The Inca god of the rain and the southern wind. He is the son of the supreme god Inti and brother of Pachacamac. The latter drives him back to the north from which he came. However, with his withdrawal, Kon takes the rains back with him and this causes the land to wither.

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