11 Dog / OC – The Truth and the Light: Day 11 of 13

11 Dog/OC, Cherokee, Wolf/KANA’TI, Destiny Kin 50
May 8, 2023 (05/08/2023)

11 Dog / OC

Greetings Beloved Kin,

Tone 11 holds the Intention of Resolution. The 11th Tone tunes us in to a Higher Frequency of thought. On Tone 11 we clarify the Truth that resolves a way forward.

Master Number 11 is a symbol of the Source and Substance of Divine Inspiration. Dog (position 10) and Monkey/CHUEN (position 11) share the top of the uinal pyramid, reflecting the Divine Nature of the Highest One. Dog (Wolf) is the symbol of Unconditional Love, and Monkey/CHUEN is the “genius” of Consciousness. When Love is the reason, we find a way.

Love is the Truth at the end for every beginning, when we’re willing to know.  Dog is the living demonstration of a Divine Fathers intention for us to Love our Life. Dogs and Wolves are pack animals. A Divine Father is “man’s best friend,” faithful a loyal beyond death. The Dog leads us back to the Stars. The Milky Way was called “the place the Dog ran.”

The Dog and Monkey are  said to hold Affinity. You never see one without the other. Monkey/CHUEN is the Creator, inspired by the Dog’s ways of Love.


Dog/OC holds the Element of Air that relates to our faculties of Consciousness and Life. Dog/OC speaks the Sacred Language of Love. The Wolf’s call is an expression of bonding that marks the territory of the pack. The Creator’s Love holds the Highest Vibration and the Purest Tone that draws all lower vibrations into sympathy.

Residing in the North, 11 Dog/OC raises the Wisdom of the Truth and what it means to our Life to be Guided by a Divine Master of Everything. The Dog Loves with all its senses. The Elders say it’s important to engage all our senses in ritual and sacred ceremony. Our 5 Senses raise the clarity of the Experience and the Feelings of the Truth.

The Truth of God’s Love can change our mind about every experience. When we carry-on knowing all things are working toward a divine end, we can shine through the ups and downs. We know where we belong. When we lose our way, we’ll remember the way “home.”

The 4 colors of the Medicine Wheel are represented inside every Human body. White is the color of the Bones to Stand and the Teeth to bite through. For all the Divine Inspiration, we’re limited Human beings. Even holding our highest Intentions to Remember, we forget. I didn’t feel so swell today (MULUC). I used the teeth to bite through and take a drive for some fresh air. It doesn’t take a big bite to bite through. It only takes a Resolution to do SOMETHING to engage the Hand Above.

On Tone 11 the shaman and priest climb to the highest altar. The Offering is the Truth we claimed on Tone 10. We offer our Highest Discernment of the Truth to the One who will lead us to Holy Ground. For Human it takes an personal experience to know. It’s worth it every time we know the Power of Love is an exponential force we can apply to everything.

The Dog looks for every opportunity to express love. If loved isn’t received or given back, the Dog doesn’t waste any time and moves on to another who’s ready and waiting. Dog/OC knows the treasure is waiting everywhere and will dig to find it. When the Wolf and the Dog bring a gift back to the pack, they leave the scent of the trail that the others can follow when they are ready to find it. Love always holds a place as an experience we remember. We never know how much it could mean to someone, just to open a door. Love is being seen and acknowledged.

We can all have our own territories and boundaries and still be a pack when we appreciate the Truth that we’re not all the same. A Divine Creator resolved to bring us together again in the end.

in lak’ech, i am another you

Jaguar Woman/9 Eagle/MEN

I’m grateful that there’s nothing a Divine Creator can’t do.




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Description by Ian Xel Lungold, 12 Sun/AHAU

11 Dog/OC (Cherokee, Wolf/KANA’TI)

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.

 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 is symbolized by Sirius (Dog star) and Antares, one or the other always visible but never at the same time.  Wolf is our brother, shares our very roots.  All dogs are domesticated wolves, companionship and guidance.  Wolves are a connecting link between the worlds; ones who inspire loyalty, diplomacy and sense of humor with unlimited potential.  Wolf is the Day Sign of teachers, healers, pathfinders and transformers; sharp as obsidian, gentle as a lamb. OC-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]

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