THE TRECENA OF 1 OFFERING/MULUC: THE DREAM OF A SAVIOR
MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
On Tone 2 we are raised to the Intention of Duality. The Scion was the 2nd body of Consciousness, created for a Divine Relationship. As Beings of Duality we know the Truth by comparison. We comprehend through a binary process of Divine Inspiration and Discernment of an Experience. We are symetrical in our design. There are 2 of us, a Body and a Spirit. We were given 2 realms of Consciousness, the Above and the Below.
On Tone 2 we are separated from the whole as an “other” thing. In a Divine Communion with the Creator, we share Human’s side of the story. How will we carry out the Divine Intention of our Offering, exactly? We might consider what we are capable to do, and wonder if it could make a difference – compared to others. We may wonder at the value of the Offering we have to bring. We want to make a difference. Maybe our Offering is only a drop in the bucket.
The One Dream of Humanity is to know we are worthy of Love and that our Life made a difference. We hope someone will remember our Love when we’re gone. Offering/MULUC guides us to be a Savior. “Feelings” will be the Light that shines our way. Wherever Feelings are being expressed, there is an opportunity for Love to be Remembered. MULUC helps us Remember the Truth, how sometimes Love can save our Life. We never forget someone who saves our life.
Dog/OC is the nahaul of Unconditional Love. OC resides in position 10 next to Monkey/CHUEN in position 11. Together they occupy the top of the Tzolk’in pyramid as an Affinity for Love and Creation. Tone 2 presents us with a Choice for Love and the Discernment of Our Way to carry it out. Shared in Divine Communion, a Higher One will manage our resources for application. The Light of a Divine Way will be shared in our Dreams.
Dog/OC and Monkey/CHUEN are the aspects central to the personality of the Supreme Creator. Dog/OC knows that Love is all around. OC resides in the North, the direction of Wisdom. Holding the Wisdom of Love, Dog/OC shares the enthusiasm for Life and the next opportunity to Love.
The Dog knows that anytime you want to create Love, you only have to give it. Sometimes its Love at first sight. Sometimes it’s a buried treasure left behind to be found later. The Dog leaves a scent of the trail by leaving unconditional love behind. The Dog believes in the eternal promise of Love, expecting Love to always be known in the end. 2 Dog/OC guides us to see that the Love we leave behind CAN Save a Life.
There have been many Divine Human Beings who have saved my life, and I will never forget them. They will always be part of “my story.” I always remember Mr. Ramsey, because he never knew that he saved my life. I was in the eight grade and had a pretty hard time in middle school. I brought home a report card of mostly D’s in my final semester. (In the USA, that’s one point above total failure.) It was a very hard time at home. I couldn’t see a future. I never cared for Mr. Ramsey. I don’t even remember the subject, only the unruly class he could barely govern and his frustration. By some odd twist of fate, we were a class of “second born” middle children. Many of us attended the same Methodist church where we were thrown out of Sunday school one morning. It must have been the only way to bring the laugher to an end.
On the last day of school Mr. Ramsey gave his parting speech. The words I remember, “Often, the students who struggle through middle-school go on to excel in high school.” It was a Truth that went straight to my heart. I still Love him for it, and he’ll never know. It was Love behind the words that reached my heart. Mr. Ramsey cared, and believed for me. The Dog knows that the Divine Justice for Love is the Truth. A Supreme Creator records all the Truth of Love. Love is worth more than Gold. Love ALWAYS makes a difference and holds Power beyond our imagination. There is Love we will never know until we reach the end and know the Whole Story of our Life.
The Love we Remember in our Past is also an archeological treasure. We might count up the people who saved our Life to see what it took to make a difference. If we can, we might save their life if we tell them. If we can’t, we can save another life in their name to pay it forward. I have repeated Mr. Ramsey’s words every time I have an opportunity for a conversation with someone who’s approaching their teenage years. His wisdom may have carried on to save other lives too.
The Dog is a Best Friend, someone who will always stand in our corner. The Dog is faithful beyond death, said to make the journey with us back to the stars. The Maya call the Milky Way “the place the dog ran.”
Dog/OC guides the way for our Life to have a Divine Meaning and Purpose, serving a Master of Love.
Dog/OC holds the Element of Air, the Breath of Life and the Breath of Spirit. May we remember how Life is worth living when we create Love. In the GIVING, WE RECEIVE. The Element of Air holds the Creator’s thoughts of Divine Truth. One Divine Thought of Love shared through the Wind from up above can change the landscape of our thoughts from darkness to light. The Power of Love can change our mind.
To all my relations, may we Remember how Love holds the Power to Save a Life, even when the gift is shared by someone we didn’t think we liked. May we remember how the smallest kindness can help us See the Love that someone else INTENDED to share to let us know. May we use Divine Wisdom to share the Truth of our Feelings, knowing that the Love we express holds an exponential Power of Divinity – a Gift to See the Light of Truth, Hope, and a Way.
May we follow in the footsteps of the Love we’ve known before. We are the Scion, given the Choice to wield the Power of Love. Feeling is all we have to do, and Love will lead us to the Divine End.
in lak’ech, i am another you
Debra, Jaguar Woman, 9 Eagle/MEN
THE TRECENA OF OFFERING/MULUC
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2 Dog/OC (Cherokee, Wolf/WOLF/KANA’TI)
Galactic Tone 2: Mysterious as the question ‘to be or not to be?” Two is the recognition of the separation of self from all else and the desire to be rejoined. Walking a balance while making choices of all kinds, light/dark, male/female, good/bad, Yin/Yang, is the energy of this number. Experiencing the differences between one and another is the use and purpose of this number.
Dog/OC: Courageous, loyal and warm-hearted, very alert and valiant, people born of Dog are respected for their sense of justice and their protection. People born of the sun sign Dog are very sensual and know how to enjoy life. Playfulness and a good understanding of the basic human nature lead to prosperity for Dog. Dogs are good team players who love to travel and have a keen sense of their position in society. Dogs are ambitious and will take opportunities when they offer themselves, including infidelities. Dog persons share the nature of coyotes, spies, wolves and lawyers
Cherokee, WOLF/KANA’TI: Wolf’s symbol is Sirius (Dog star) and Antares, one or the other always visable but never at the same time. Wolf is our brother, shares our very roots. All dogs are domesticated wolves, companionship and guidance. Connecting link between the worlds. One who inspires loyalty, diplomacy and sense of humor with unlimited potential. A teacher, healer, pathfinder and transformer. Sharp as obsidian, gentle as a lamb. Totem -Dog. Loyalty and faithfulness that survives beyond death. This was the first day of creation energy in this 4th world, sets the energy for love, loyalty and faithfulness on the 5200 year cycle. Heart chakra energy is involved so that we can move to the state of “unconditional love” with compassion. All sexual desire issues that are not in harmony will surface to be cleared.
[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]