13 Star/LAMAT (Cherokee, Rabbit/NOQUI’SEGWA)
Galactic Tone 13: Ascension; Thirteen assists us to go to the next higher step, propels us to try something new or to try again. Thirteen energy takes us over the next mountain just to see what is there. Thirteen carries the last success to the newest effort. Thirteen is a number associated with the Ascended Masters, creation, expansion, and manifestation.
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 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.
See the 13-Day Trecena Guide if you’re following along with the trecena.
Galactic Tone 13 is the final day of our journey through the trecena of Wisdom/CIB. We are capable of more than we were before. Through our powerful experiences and teachings of CIB, we gained a new vision of our potential and shed parts of ourselves that have held us back.
As we look back from where we started we can see new or better ways to manifest our dreams, or we may discover something more worthy. We were created as sparks of the Divine Light for the purpose of bringing Love to the world.
Star/LAMAT brings the energy that multiplies whatever we focus on. LAMAT helps us to see the endless possibilities of being. Starlight shines in all directions. We are glowing in the light of our profound new experiences. Made fertile as the Rabbit, our Love is overflowing. Star cautions us not to give all our Light away.
“Holding Power” is a powerful teaching shared in the Medicine Circle. It was given as a caution after my first Sun/Moon Dance. Over the course of the 4-day ceremony there were many new insights and powerful experiences in Spirit. Dancers were guided not to speak of our experiences for 3 months… to “hold our power.”
Have you ever been so excited about something that you rush to tell the story, only to find it dismissed in some way by the hearer? Suddenly we may struggle to see what we have shared in its original glory. When someone else can’t see what we have seen, we may begin to question ourselves. We can lose the full power of our own experience.
Some things are meant for us alone to know. We are never able to relate the true depth of our experiences. Each must find their own True light. We can only shine a light on a way to find it.
To all my relations, may I be ever-grateful that I am gifted with experiences that are meant for only me. May I hold these gifts within, so that their beauty may be multiplied as a light to shine the way on the road ahead.
In lak’ech, I am another you
Jaguar Woman, 9 Eagle/MEN
MESSAGE FROM LAMAT:
Your Light shines brightest when your focus is turned within. When you have perfected this, you are as a Star in Supernova – the brightest light in the universe.
SUPERNOVA: A supernova is a stellar explosion that briefly outshines an entire galaxy, radiating as much energy as the Sun or any ordinary star is expected to emit over its entire life span. A star supernovas when it collapses into its core, or when it has been re-ignited.