MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
The Earth/CABAN trecena offers Mother Earth as the Divine Place where we could experience a new reality of our own creation. CABAN is guiding us to Know our Place in the Universe.
Under the 8th uinal we began a transformation from Faith to Believing in Unconditional Love as our Power to Create our own Realities of Love. We were guided to see that our Love would Overflow through the Choice to Experience Unconditional Love. The 8th uinal offered the Divine Justice of Knowing that through the Creator’s Love we would always Receive More than our Hearts Can Hold.
The number 9 emphatically intends the Completion of our Transformation, conveying the energy of Patience to see the Bigger Picture. The Spiritual Growth in progress is an Intention to see where Human fits in to the Bigger Picture. Number 9 is the “all that is part of the One,” expressed as zero “0” (the position of Sun/AHAU, the Omega).
Today is Kin 162, which resolves to 9, in the 9th uinal, in the 9th month of September. Each repetition of the number magnifies its Intention. If we look into the future, on Tone 9 in this 9th uinal (another 999), we will receive the Spiritual Awakening of Serpent/CHICCHAN, the catalyst that “lights the fuse” of all our Spiritual Gifts. 9 CHICCHAN is also a Portal Day. Also in our future, our Ascension on Tone 13 is Offering/MULUC, the Day Sign of Atonement through an Offering, a personal Sacrifice. Mother Earth CABAN is turning us toward a new realization of our place in the Universe from the Higher Perspective of our Oneness with Every Thing. On 13 MULUC we will manifest a Miracle, made possible through a Divine Communion, Paying Back and Paying Forward the Love of Mother Earth. The Earth is a manifestation of the Creator’s Love.
The Wind/IK glyph illustrates the t-shaped portals the Maya carved in stone. The Mayan daykeeper, artist, and historian Hunbatz Men explains this as a symbol of the Sacred Tree of the world, the axis mundi upon which the shaman’s spirit may climb. It also functions as a portal leading to the Great Spirit, through which the breath of life may pass.
“A transcendental synthesis of human religious experience is inherent in the word te, Sacred Tree, which emerged from the words teol and teotl the names of God the Creator in Mayan and Nahuatl. These most revered and sacred words of the ancient people, symbolized by the Sacred Tree, were represented in the Mayan hieroglyphs as the symbol ‘T.’ Additionally, this symbol represented the air, the wind, the divine breath of God.” [Source] FYI – How does “te” feel when you say it?