Manebovilo, the East-Northern Brother, is thought to represent Shönäl, the god of death and the moon.  
  • Temple of the Moon — This is a large rectangular step-pyramid, about 150 meters on a side at the base, with 27 levels. The topmost level measures about 40 meters on a side.
  • Temple of Death — Constantly burning funeral pyre in a central courtyard.
  • Temple of Healing — While Shönäl is the god of death, he believes in death as part of the natural progression. As such, he supports healing of those whose time is not yet come.
  • Alternative Name(s)
    Manebovilo, the East-Northern Brother
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    Cover image: Scotland Cliffs by Frank Winkler


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