On the Wind… an Update on Tata

Don Alejandro Cirilo Perez Oxlaj
Is a 13th Generation Quiche Mayan High Priest. Early in life Don Alejandro was recognized by members of his Mayan people as a messenger to carry the traditions. Since a number of years he is president of the Mayan Council of Elders, a body of 440 male and female elders of wisdom in Guatemala, representing 23 different ethnic groups and has the authority to speak on its behalf. His Mayan name “Wakatel Utiw” means Wandering Wolf and he travels the world together with his wife Elizabeth Araujo, together sharing ceremonies and Mayan traditions and prophecies. Don Alejandro is also the head of the Indigenous Council of the Americas, which has member tribes from Tierra de Fuego, to Alaska and serves as a gathering point for shamans and elders of many peoples.
Is a 13th Generation Quiche Mayan High Priest. Early in life Don Alejandro was recognized by members of his Mayan people as a messenger to carry the traditions. Since a number of years he is president of the Mayan Council of Elders, a body of 440 male and female elders of wisdom in Guatemala, representing 23 different ethnic groups and has the authority to speak on its behalf. His Mayan name “Wakatel Utiw” means Wandering Wolf and he travels the world together with his wife Elizabeth Araujo, together sharing ceremonies and Mayan traditions and prophecies. Don Alejandro is also the head of the Indigenous Council of the Americas, which has member tribes from Tierra de Fuego, to Alaska and serves as a gathering point for shamans and elders of many peoples.

Greetings Kin,

Don Alejandro is a 13 generation shaman and Spiritual Leader to all the people in the Maya lands. He has been the leading authority through which Ian Lungold confirmed the dates of the Tzolk’in for us… and through his travels around the world.

He is beloved for his mission to share the message of hope. He is called “Tata” by many as an endearment equal to Papa or Grandpapa.

Don Alejandro identifies the message as not his own, but passed down through the ancestors, that in this Time and Place there would be a return of the men and women of wisdom – the return of the Ancestors through us. Tata Believes on our behalf through the Love and Guidance of 13 generations.

“Let the Dawn Come.
Let the Morning Come, for the People to find Peace and Be Happy.”

Joseph Giove is a long-time friend and caretaker who helps to see to Tata’s needs. Tata is currently 92 and bedridden. He’s unable to travel to the doctor, so Joseph has asked for donations to help cover the care of having a doctor visit him at home.

I have been wondering at the progress as I’m sure many of you have too. Yesterday, Joseph advised me that Tata has recorded a video message to share with everyone. As soon as he returns from recent travel, Joseph will post to share with us.

Joseph said that Tata is grateful to know the Love of those sending their prayers of support.

May we be grateful for all the prayers, rituals, and sacred ceremonies that Tata has carried out for you and me and the whole. May we give thanks for all those who have the Faith and Dedication to Believe on our behalf.

May Tata be held in the comfort of our Love.

Much love, in lak’ech, Debra

JOSEPH’S LAST UPDATE: February 9, 2019
Update on Tata Alejandro (aka Don Alejandro, Wondering Wolf).

Just spoke with his grandson, Jeronimo, who has been his primary caretaker and managing his affairs. Tata is bed-ridden, and on a respirator. His condition worsened this past December when his son-in-law (Jeronimo’s father) passed way, leading to Tata becoming very depressed and worsening his respiratory condition. He is stable now but still on a respirator, and does not want to go back to the hospital. He’s being visited by a doctor twice a week for now and needs medicine. He is 90 years old and needs our help.

So, as before, anyone who feels moved to contribute to Tata’s health and care now, please reply to me and I’ll share how we are collecting money to send to his grandson in Guatemala for Tata’s care. Thank you.

Joseph Giove and the Common Passion Core Team
www.CommonPassion.org

Email: joseph.giove@commonpassion.org

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4 Wind/IK (Cherokee, Whirlwind/AGALU’GA)

Galactic Tone 4: Stability; the cube is most stable of all forms and establishes volume by definition of height, length, depth and breadth; 4 directions establish orientation. The energy of 4 sets the parameters, which establish the freedoms and barriers needed to create a game, work, or relationship.

Wind/IK: Breath of Spirit, breath of life. Winds embody the power of dissemination and planting of good seeds or ideas. Dreamers and planners with powerful imaginations, Wind persons make great orators and they spread the word of spiritual inspiration as it is carried by the wind. Wind is the power behind the movement of natural cycles such as weather, erosion, and cultural change. As the wind, these persons are extremely changeable and adaptable. They may appear inconsistent or fickle to others. Wind can be destructive to self and others by putting on airs. When Winds strut and boast, expanding on facts and accomplishments, they are building the dark clouds of trouble that may become hurricanes.

Cherokee, Whirlwind/AGALU’GA: Whirlwind’s symbol is a double spiral helix in rising smoke. Wind brings energy for an Inquiring mind, learning and wisdom. In Cherokee, the constellations are represented by 12 birds (dancers), the 13th bird is the Whirlwind, the lead dancer. This reflects the whirling of life. Wind is the breath of the Universe (matching the Mayan symbol) channel of communication and carries the Sacred Smoke to the Great Spirit (Source- Hunab Ku in Mayan); matches the pulse of the breath of the Cosmos.

[Text in italics was the primary source of inspiration for my journal. These are the sources that started my journey and they are the reference for interpretation each day. By providing the original text, I hope to offer a way to see what inspired my thoughts and by including all the aspects – allow for something more to inspire you. Mayan descriptions are those written by Ian Lungold. Cherokee descriptions came from multiple sources. Links to sources and other resources of study are offered on the Daykeeper Resources Page. ~Debra]

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5 thoughts on “On the Wind… an Update on Tata

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