Wayob is the plural form of way (or uay), a Maya word with a basic meaning of 'sleep(ing)', but which in Yucatec Maya is a term specifically denoting the Mesoamerican nagual, that is, a person who can transform into an animal while asleep in order to do harm, or else the resulting animal transformation itself.
The Huay Chivo (Spanish pronunciation: [waʝ ˈ tʃiβo]) is a legendary Mayan beast. It is a half-man, half-beast creature, with burning red eyes, and is specific to the Yucatán Peninsula.It is often said [by whom?] to be an evil sorcerer who can transform himself into a supernatural animal, usually a goat, dog or deer, in order to prey upon livestock. en.wikipedia.org
Native American Spirit Guide Mythology Here is our collection of Native American legends and traditional stories about spirit guides. Native American Spirit Guides from Various Tribes www.native-languages.org
An alux (Mayan: , plural: aluxo'ob [aluʃoˀːb]) is the name given to a type of sprite or spirit in the mythological tradition of certain Maya peoples from the Yucatán Peninsula and Guatemala, also called Chanekeh or Chaneque by the Nahuatl people. Aluxo'ob are conceived of as being small, only about knee-high, and in appearance resembling miniature traditionally dressed Maya people. en.wikipedia.org
Benjamin Rabin A mathematician who developed a way to use Mayan numerology and modern computers to commune with Wayeb, Rabin is a middle-aged balding man, but as his connection to Wayeb increased, his hair and musculature grew (he shaved his hair before interacting with Wayeb directly). Presumably he was handed over to authorities after his defeat. www.marvunapp.com
El arte maya se refiere al arte material de la civilización maya que se desarrolló en el este y sureste de Mesoamérica a partir del Preclásico tardío (500 a. C. - 200 d. C.) y que floreció en el periodo Clásico (200 d. C. - 900 d. C.). Incluye estructuras arquitectónicas, esculturas de piedra, piezas talladas de madera, modelado de estuco, pinturas, murales, escritura y libros ... es.wikipedia.org