Kon (Inca mythology)

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In Inca mythology Kon (Con) was the god of rain and wind that came from the south. He was a son of Inti (the sun god) and Mama Killa ("mother moon").[1]

There is a crater named after this god on Saturnian moon Rhea.

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  1. ^ Daily Life of the Incas by Louis Baudin