Greetings Beloved Kin,
I wanted to share the real place at the altar where I go to call upon the Creator and the Army of Angels. Uriel is the leader of the 4 end-time angels who holds the flame of the Word in his right hand, and the Book of Divine Laws to his heart. Archangel Michael is the one that purifies and guards against all evil held under his foot. Raphael, the one set above is the Healer of our Mind, Body and Soul – I call upon his healing power to those who suffer and fear anything. That was set as the candle for Noah and now expanded to the children of the world and ALL God’s children that includes you and me. Gabriel is also there to blow the horn – sharing the wind of a Divine Voice and Communion with our Hearts, to bring down the veil between Heaven and Earth.
I remember you and the whole on every visit I make. I have reasons to pay a visit more than once every day and the altar is lit with candles throughout the day, so that when I turn in that direction I Remember the prayers that God has witnessed from Up Above, to bless us all in the Down Below.
May you be blessed with a peace beyond understanding whenever you think of the place, along with your own places that you go – anywhere is divine – either a material place, or a place you create in Spirit – where you light a candle and offer your prayers on behalf of the Whole.
all my love, in lak’ech – I am another you,
I’m grateful for every way you choose to kneel on behalf of the whole.
Whom Shall I Fear (God Of Angel Armies) – Tommy Iceland, Mark Sergeev & Kate Zarubaiko
THE TRECENA OF SERPENT/CHICCHAN: Led by the Hand of God.
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.
3 Deer/MANIK (Cherokee, Deer/Ahwu’sdi)
Galactic Tone 3: Action. Three is basic movement and communication, which begins as a vibration. Three energy is very eloquent in all types of self-expression. Communication is how Three establishes a point of agreement between any point “A” and any point “B”. Three persons are rhythmic to the core and are often restless, as motion is their nature. By working closely with the energy of Three, any person becomes more able to predict motions of all kinds.
Deer/MANIK (Hand): Deer are spirit tools. Silence itself is a spiritual experience for Deer. For Deer life is a pilgrimage. Deer are dominant persons who defend the people and will make sacrifices for others. The spirit of Deer upholds the pillars of the four directions. With the power inherent in the number four, Deer pushes away bad influences or negative energies. Skill and quality of work are very important to Deer. They are presented with tools for every task in life and it is with these that they are able to rise above limitations. Deer has a habit of keeping every tool it has ever used. This leads to clutter and indecision, loss and procrastination. When confronted with promises not kept, Deer becomes stubborn, manipulative and evasive.
Cherokee, Deer/Ahwu’sdi: Symbolized by Constellation Galagina, the Stag, known as Taurus, the Bull. It does not include the Pleiades and Hyades clusters which in Cherokee are viewed as separate. To feed, gatherers of food and supplies, they enjoy rituals, ceremonials, feasts, the souls of hospitality, sociability. Freedom versus security issues often inspire leadership and unique solutions. Combined with artistic and inspiring energies in harmony with lunar cycles, they nourish the clans. Totem-Deer: A priest or shaman, a powerful person in general, to overwhelm an individual with one’s personal power, divination; inclined to become a teacher, healer, guru, civic leader, or politician. Ability to create harmonic resonance.
[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]