Since Chicchan is such a powerful cycle of Transformation I wanted to share some resources that Honor and Elevate our awareness to the aspects of Chicchan’s Power. I’m always interested to hear how you may be experiencing the energy of the trecena. Your thoughts help me see things from another perspective. ~ Debra
“The Yin and Yang of Growth and The Great Shift” – (Click)
by Jean-Jacque, GypsyCafe.org
Posted: July 14, 2018, 7 Monkey/CHUEN
J.J.’s article shares linear and circular concepts of time from the Vedic calendars that offer perspective on the Above and Below, regarding Flow, Rhythm and Pattern of Movement that is so on time in the 6th uinal of Flow. Included is a beautiful photograph taken from Mayan ruins in Belize. J.J. is a self-professed “Travelosopher,” and has photographed many sacred sites and artworks around the world.
Cherokee, Serpent/DO’TSI: Symbol of the Constellation Serpens
This Astronomical guide to the Serpens Constellation offers some deeper insight on the legends and myths that are associated with it.
Serpens constellation lies in the northern hemisphere. Its name means “the serpent” in Latin. Serpens is one of the Greek constellations, first catalogued by the Greek astronomer Ptolemy in the 2nd century.
The constellation is divided into two parts by Ophiuchus, the snake bearer: Serpens Caput, representing the serpent’s head, and Serpens Cauda, the serpent’s tail.
Other notable deep sky objects in the constellation include the large globular cluster Messier 5, the emission nebula IC 4703, Seyfert’s Sextet of galaxies, the ring galaxy known as Hoag’s Object, the Red Square Nebula, and the Serpens South star cluster.
(Circles are symbols of the Divine Feminine and Squares are Divine Masculine symbols. The source explains that astronomers have yet to understand how the Red Square Nebula was formed. It looks a lot like a stepped pyramid with a gold cap stone. ~ Debra)