THE TRECENA OF SUN/AHAU
MAYAN CALENDAR DAYKEEPER’S JOURNAL
8 Deer/MANIK initiates a Transformation by Seeing and Believing. The Peak Tone 8 represents the Zenith Hour of the Sun’s Illumination.
Every Transformation is built upon the Higher Ground of our last Ascension. In the last trecena of the Tzolk’in we were guided by the Deer/MANIK. The Intention of MANIK’s trecena of “Light” was to inspire us with a Divine Meaning and Purpose To Be. We Ascended with the Truth that we were given all the Spiritual Tools we need to carry out the mission, along with a Divine Provision of Unconditional Love for every Human limitation.
Regenerated by the Lightning of Storm/CAUAC we were Delivered into the Light. Our hearts were turned to a “Home” within, an altar where the Power of Love would be forged for the Unbridled Freedom To Be.
Deer/MANIK gave us a Sacred Mission of Divine Power… through a Choice to sacrifice our Free Will to the Divine Will of the Creator. Offering our Most Sacred Right To Be, the Love between the Above and the Below would manifest a magnetic force of Light through the darkness of our Unknown.
On the Peak Tone 8, Deer/MANIK returns in its Zenith Light to manifest the Wisdom of its Truth – the Truth of the Love that is Balanced between the Above and the Below, and the magnetic Power of Love. MANIK holds the Gift of Harmonic Resonance, a Pure Vibration of Love that draws Human Consciousness to the One Divine Song of the Universe.
HOLY DAY: Initiation/Celebration of the Mayan Priest
The Holy Days of the Tzolk’in are said to mark milestones in the lives of Human. The Maya routinely observe their Sacred Ceremonies and Celebrations on the 8th and 9th Tones, which are acknowledged as the Most Sacred Numbers. Tone 8 is the Number of “Pure Spirit.” 8 is the Number of that reflects the Creator’s Highest Intention of Divine Justice. 8 represents the Infinity of the Creator’s Love and its Power and Intention to raise our Faith to Believing. The Holy Day of 8 Deer/MANIK is a Celebration of the Energy of the Mayan priest, and a Day of Initiation for those who have Chosen to Dedicate themselves to Serve at an altar on behalf of the Whole.