THE TRECENA OF FLINT/ETZNAB: THE BALANCE OF ZERO
MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
Tone 11 holds the Intention of Resolution. Through a gift of clarity, Tone 11 holds dynamic energy that facilitates change. Tone 11 represents a Higher Frequency of thought. On Tone 11 the shaman climbs to the Highest Altar with an Offering.
Truth is the Offering. Kneeling in Humility, we remember our limitations. We reached to know. We remember the One who balances the score. Tone 11 resolves our place in the Universe. In Atonement of Divine Consciousness we know we are Loved as the Creator’s highest “object of affection.”
Star/LAMAT is the symbol of the Scion. The shape that looks like a star on the glyph also represents the hole made in the ground by an implement that’s drawn North/South, East/West. The Seed of Humanity was planted in the Center of Life, given room to grow in all 4 directions.
The Scion shines its Light equally all around, making the Whole the “object of affection.” LAMAT is represented by Venus, related to Human’s cycle in the Time it appears as the Morning and Evening Star. We were created to shine equally in the darkness or the light. Venus is the Divine Timekeeper. When it transits the Sun, all the Mayan calendars are aligned in the perfect synchronicity of Time. LAMAT is a symbol of Instant Manifestation that multiplies the Truth of Love to Abundance.
LAMAT’s totem is the Rabbit, a cauldron of sexuality, reproduction, and the multiplication of Life, the result of focusing all its Love on the “object of affection.” LAMAT is said to be a day of “pure luck.” Wherever we focus Love on an “object of affection, Abundance will be Multiplied.
On 11 LAMAT we can realize we belong to the Whole Creation. It’s Time to Know. If we focus our attention on the Divine Question, the One Above will answer. The Divine Truth will be multiplied to create the experience we won’t forget. This is a day to focus on “what you want” and not “what you don’t want.” It should feel like Common Sense by now, though this is a day for Vigilant Consciousness for the Love that is coming to Light.
LAMAT lies in the South, the direction of our Relationships with one another and with the Natural World. LAMAT guides the ways of Right Relationship. We were all given to one another as an “object of affection” when we were Created as One. We will know our place when we Know the Love we would gladly share to know One Moment of Love that holds us that will always be. Through the eyes of the Only One, we see everything we dream to be. We love to be Seen and Acknowledged in such a Divine Way. We’re always reaching to know it. Looking for Love we’ll always see the Divine Truth in the end.
LAMAT offers a tangible experience of the Truth. Holding the Element of Earth, LAMAT relates to our everyday experiences. Love can change the Truth of every day. The wisest application of the Time is to kneel to the Love of the One Above.
To all my relations, may we focus all our Love on a Divine Cause for the Whole. May we Ask for the Truth to stop us in our track, to magnify the sound of Truth when it is spoken by the Only One.
in lak’ech, I am another you
Debra, Jaguar Woman, 9 Eagle / MEN
THE JAGUAR’S MAGIC OF GRATITUDE
I’m grateful for the promise of the Only One.
THE TRECENA OF FLINT/ETZNAB
Visit the 13-Day Trecena Guide for an overview of this trecena and a Count of Days that includes the aspects for each day.
My gift for the Tzolk’in round is the “Tzolk’in Field Guide: A Daily Practice for Personal Discernment.” Volume 1 covers the first two seasons of the Tzolk’in round. The “Field Guide” is available to download from a link on the 13-day Trecena Guide Page.
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11 Star/LAMAT (Cherokee, Rabbit/NOQUI’SEGWA)
CORE DAYS: The 7th Uinal in the Center of the Tzolk’in is compared to our own axis mundi, the center of our own universe where we are always perfectly positioned at the center of the 4 directions. The axis is the “line around which any body rotates.” Like a spinning gyroscope, we find our balance in a relationship shared between the Above and the Below. Holding a focus within the center of our Self, we reside in the place of perfect balance.
Galactic Tone 11: Resolution; 11 assists every new thing to find its place in the universe in the process of ‘fitting in.’ some modifications must occur. Eleven is the energy of dynamic actions facilitating change, simplification and improvement.
Star/LAMAT: Star energy is multiplication of all things to abundance. Star has been associated with the fertility of rabbits for its ability to multiply. As each sun in the sky, Star persons shine equally in all directions. This natural tendency of harmony and balance can become compulsion, motivating Star to be too agreeable and too generous, rejected gifts cause fear and resentment. When a Star believes it has been given too much, they are weakened or may even collapse. In this “Black Hole” state, Stars are prone to verbal jousting and arguing to force their point of view on everyone.
Cherokee, Rabbit/NOQUI’SEGWA: Symbol-Venus, The Morning Star cycle of 260 days and Evening Star cycle of another 260 days, inspired the 13 numbers, 20 Day sign Sacred Calendar. Rabbit is the Trickster of Cherokee culture, matching the Coyote in other nations. The personification of Light and New Life, Sunrise, the scion (a first-generation descendant) of the Moon-Father of earth children, the Rabbit is fertility, be fruitful and multiply. Represents softness, gentleness and vulnerability. LAMAT– Totem Rabbit. Energies of re-birth, regeneration, ripening, harvest and abundance. This person is overflowing with love energy in all areas of life. Spiritual growth is natural and with ease due to the unconditional love energy that flows.
[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]