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CHEL-AB-KU-KIL, or AB-KU-KIL-CHEL, Indian priest of Yucatan, flourished early in the 15th century. Almost every Yucatec legend mentions his name repeatedly, and several proverbs in the Maya language are attributed to him. Many fragments of a history composed by Chel-Ab-Ku-Kil are found in the documents of Yucatan and Central American missions, and nearly all the chroniclers of the conquest of America mention Chel-Ab-Ku-Kil, who left this prophecy: "You who look at things to come, what do you think will happen at the end of this age? Let it be known by you that such things will come from north and east, and for our woe, that you may think they are before your eyes. In the ninth age no priest or prophet will reveal to you the scripture, of which you are generally ignorant."
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