K’inich AHAU is the “brightest Light” of AHAU that always breaks through as the First Light for each new cycle of Divine Intention. It is noted by the Elders as so for each new beginning of the Haab New Year, so we might see the same truth in Harmony and Equity for every beginning of a new cycle of creation.
K’inich AHAU is waiting with the First Light of a New Understanding and Higher Perspective of God’s Divine Truth, Above and Below. K’inich AHAU offers the LOOK of the fearless Warrior who intends the most Divine and Forceful application to manifest the Will for TWO, a Light that’s Whole and Unconditional for Love Known by Spirit and Love, yet only dreamed, by a Human Heart.
K’inich AHAU consecrates in the Light, the Oversight and Authority of the new Year Bearer, 9 Earth/CABAN. The planetary intention of a new cycle of Solar Light. The 365-days ahead are marked by the 9 of Completion, a Divine Justice for Patience to manifest a Dream we waited for. Under the guidance of CABAN, this cycle of Creation promises that Human can see the Big Picture of Life’s Meaning on Mother Earth.
It will begin like all life of Human’s experience. Our eyes will have to adjust for Truth to be restored to its clear vision. But we will have that One Light that was bright enough to remember, the Flash of Truth sent to the Universe with our name on it – THIS LOVE SHALL BE.
The Aztec Sign is Ollin – the Center of Time on the Aztec calendar. Within is the Face of K’inich Ahau, and on either side sharing the flash are the claws of the Earth Mother who warns ALL who would dare to mess with her children.
This is the light waiting at the end of Human Time in a Wayeb – a web of Truth we spin for our own Life that can hold it up in thin air.
Sharing some light and resources for expanding Truth and Relationship with the Forces for Life and Happiness on Mother Earth.
9 Ollin: The Aztec Calendar SOURCE
The significance of this day
NOTE: The Aztec Haab New Year falls on another day. As shown below, they are yet observing Year Bearer 8 Flint/ETZNAB.
Day Ollin (Movement) is governed by Xolotl as its provider of tonalli (Shadow Soul) life energy. This is an auspicious day for the active principle, a bad day for the passive principle. Ollin is a day of the purified heart, signifying those moments where human beings may perceive what they are becoming. A good day for transmutation, which arrives like an earthquake that leaves in its wake the ruins of rationality, order and the preconceived.
The thirteen day period (trecena) that starts with day 1-Atl (Water) is ruled by Chalchihuihtotolin. These are 13 days of instability and unexpected events, of accidents and coincidences: these are good days to gamble a little on a long-shot; bad days to gamble a lot on a sure thing. Every day rollercoasters between all-good and all-bad, between rapture and terror. This trecena advises the priest-warrior to perfect the art of shapeshifting: only by mimicking the nature of water do we become an agent of change rather than a target of it. The purified heart casts no reflection in the smoking mirror.
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The Ollin and K’inich AHAU
Ollin, meaning ‘movement’, is the day of the Aztec calendar associated with Xolotl. Xolotl is the god of shifting shapes, twins and Venus, the Evening Star. Cozcacuauhtli is associated with wisdom, long life, good advice and mental balance. Ollin is associated with transmutation, disorder, and seismic change. Some attribute the Shift of Ollin as an Earthquake.
K’inich AHAU lies at the “center of time” and the Light and Power of the Creator’s Force of Divine Will. On either side are the Mother’s claws that will tear the dead flesh away from anything that threatens the life of her Divine Children. A Divine Meaning of Time WILL be, is the Declaration of K’inich AHAU’s First Light – that comes like a flash.
The HERO TWINS: Making a Run for it from the Underworld
Though the names were different, the characteristics of the dark `land of fright’, through which a soul had to travel after death, were the same.
‘Xibalba’, roughly translated as ‘place of fear’, is the name of the underworld in K’iche’ Maya mythology, ruled by the Maya death gods, and their helpers.
Xibalba was home of a famous ball-court in which the heroes of the Popol Vuh succumbed to the trickery of the demons in the form of a deadly, bladed ball, as well as the site in which the ‘Maya Hero Twins‘ outwitted the Gods, and brought about their downfall. The role of Xibalba and the Xibalbans after their great defeat at the hands of the ‘Hero Twins’ is unclear, although it seems to have continued its existence as a then neglected dark place of the underworld. The Maya associated the color red with death and rebirth, and often covered graves and skeletal remains with cinnabar. Burial sites were oriented to provide access to the next world. Graves faced north or west, in the directions of the Maya Heavens.
If there was no cure, would the best Love be to run into the forest and die alone in the Arms of Mother Earth – on behalf of others Loved that were left behind? Or might you run to a cenote to jump into crystal waters of Mother Earth, where the Light of Purification would could shine through for another Time and Place where Life could be again, here and Now, in the future?