The Divine Saints Above

Greetings Beloved Kin,

Let go and let God and all the Saints Above, carry out the Dream for the Highest Good of the Whole.


Human was born to be the witness of every Time and Place, Above and Below. That’s a Common Sense answer for God’s omniscient power to be wherever we are. So it is written in the Word. (Wind/IK is the Mayan symbol of the Word that hold the Power to stand.)  If you hold Faith in a Highest One, believe  the Words of a Supreme Creator are ALL True.

The Elders of the indigenous path said to let go of all Power to Change what is not our Choice to  Make. Even the offering of medicine work was forbidden, unless another Human makes the choice and gives permission. It’s not un-Common for those in transition to see the Divine Ancestors waiting to receive them on the other side.

Sword of Truth: “Your life is yours alone. Rise up and live it.”

They are with us now – our Mothers, Fathers, Grandmothers, and Grandfathers who believed and followed the One. The Ones who Loved and Prayed for us Below, are already present Above, to serve their children and grandchildren below. If you believe in the Truth of the Word, believe every Word written from the beginning to the end.

What a beautiful creation – one that could only be Dreamed by a Consciousness of Divine Genius to carry out the ends of Divine Will and Love everlasting. And, all we have to do is sacrifice our ego to Forgive, Love the Whole, and Let Go of all matters of Divine Will.

Jeremiah 29:1111 For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

So did our Ancestors pray for us. If you believe one Word of the Truth passed down as your Divine Inheritance, believe in every Word of Truth that was Spoken from Above.

love, in lak’ech,




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5 Wind/IK (Cherokee Whirlwind/ DAK’SI   I’SB)

Galactic Tone 5: Empowerment. At the center of the cube we find Five. Five is an intelligent, organizing force which manages communications and materials, knowledge and application. Fives are natural net workers who gather what is needed. These persons can probe directly to the core of any situation making them excellent investigators.

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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