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October 27 , 2012


                                      

Kenneth Johnson

Mayan Calendar Astrological Readings

Mayan Calendar astrology readings with Kenneth Johnson, author of Jaguar Wisdom and Mayan Calendar Astrology. Ken’s approach is very different from other Mayan astrology readings that you will find elsewhere on the Internet. Ken has worked personally with Don Rigoberto Itzep Chanchavac of Momostenango and with Don Roberto of Zunil, as well as accessing material from students of Don Audelino Sac, a popular astrology teacher in Quetzaltenango.

To schedule an astrology reading - click here



                

Tzolkin Count of Days


Tzolkin Trecena Notes – 1 Serpent (Chicchan)

Day 105 of the 260 Day Tzolkin

Gregorian Date: October 27, 2012

Year Bearer:  13 Caban


Trecenas are thirteen-day periods in the Tzolkin. Each Trecena starts with the Number 1, but with a different Day Glyph. As a wave of the Thirteen Heavens, the underlying energy is governed by the First Day Glyph of the Trecena and influences all thirteen successive Day Glyphs. Being aware of the predominant energy of the First Day of the Trecena, we can align our intentions with that energy and allow our goals to manifest.


This Trecena starts with 1 Chicchan (Serpent/Snake) – celestial life force, bringer of rain, sensual, passionate, primal knowledge of duality, heart expansion through service to others.


To the Ancient Maya, Chicchan or Serpent/Snake was the bringer of rain, symbolized by the Snake Dance or Rain Dance performed by many native cultures such as the Hopi in the Desert Southwest and the Toltec in Mexico. In Maya legend, there were Four Chicchans, Sky Serpents, who encircled the world and were responsible for guarding the four quarters of the world. When they spoke, thunder was heard which was followed by lightning and rain. According to Kenneth Johnson in Jaguar Wisdom, “it is more accurate to speak of four aspects of a single deity than it is to speak of four deities. This four-in-one concept is a common theme among all the peoples of ancient Mesoamerica. The Four Chicchans are, in this sense, four aspects of the Sky Serpent who encircles the world – whose upper face looks toward Heaven and whose lower face forms the gateway to the Underworld. This Sky Serpent takes many forms; even the great civilizer Quetzalcoatl seems originally to have been an aspect of the Sky Serpent (as indicated by his name, Feathered Serpent).”



Flint (Etznab)

© 2006 Judith Ann Griffith


The image of a snake combined with a lightning bolt is found in ancient Anasazi petroglyphs representing lightning not only in the sky but also lightning in the body. This corresponds to the Maya concept of “blood lightning” and the Hindu concept of “kundalini” energy running up the spine. Thus, Serpent Energy is a symbol of the life force that flows in the body and in the sky.


Chicchan or Serpent energy connects our primal reptilian core to our spiritual aspirations. When we feel this energy, we are energized to connect and live in two realities, the material 3-D reality (everyday mundane) and the spiritual magical reality where all things are possible. Today, this seems to be very pertinent as we find ourselves living between two paradigms, the old and the new. The old being the material 3-D reality and the new being the next level of awareness that merges ethereal energies with the material plane.


Carlos Barrios in The Book of Destiny describes Chicchan as “the Creator and Maker of the universe…human evolution and spiritual development. It is every kind of growth. It is DNA in the shape of a double helix, which contains our generic code and humanity’s collective memory….also truth, justice, intelligence, and peace. It is the orbit of the planets. It symbolizes the cycles of time and change. It is integration, autonomous functions, the ability to act, and the agility of action. It is the energy of knowledge, its transmutation into wisdom, serpentine strength and power, and sexual magic.”


Another representation of the Trecena is that of a creative wave beginning at 1 and ending at 13, with the numbers 6, 7 and 8 representing the crest of the wave. The crest could be interpreted as a strong influential energy, although the underlying influence on the Trecena would still rest in the beginning. This Trecena crests on 6 Oc (Dog), courage and faith to guide us on our spiritual journey; 7 Chuen (Monkey), artistic excellence to inspire and create our spiritual path; and 8 Eb (Road), our spiritual destiny or road of life.



As we journey through each day of this Trecena:


Trecena Count 
Gregorian Date
   
1 Chicchan (Serpent)
October 27, 2012
2 Cimi (Transformation)
October 28
3 Manik (Deer)
October 29
4 Lamat (Rabbit)
October 30
5 Muluc (Water)
October 31
6 Oc (Dog)
November 1
7 Chuen (Monkey)
November 2
8 Eb (Road)
November 3
9 Ben (Reed)
November 4
10 Ix (Jaguar)
November 5
11 Men (Eagle)
November 6
12 Cib (Wisdom)
November 7
13 Caban (Earth)
November 8

Utilize the energy of Serpent to connect core with spiritual aspirations. Have faith in your destiny, gratitude in your heart, and love in your actions as you allow intuition to guide you.

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In Lak’ech (I am another you),

William and Viola


©2007 William and Viola Welsch

 

 








1)
Matty's journal updated - Click here


2) New World Birth Video for 1 - Serpent (Chicchan) by Scott Davis
- Click here



3) Kenneth Johnson - Mayan Prophecies Part 9 - Last episode - Click here




4) THE CURANDERA PROJECT
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THE CURANDERA PROJECT

In Mayan life, all things are connected. The knowledge of healing and curing cannot be separated from Mayan cosmovision or the wisdom which informs all of indigenous life, including the calendar. (Did you know that fruits and vegetables harvested on a Lamat day that corresponds with a full moon simply have more vitality and just taste better? That's what the curanderas say.)

Until now, the "healing women" of the mountains -- the same region where the Calendar has been preserved in a very pure form -- have been limited by language barriers and poverty, and have had little opportunity to share their wisdom with the world.

This January, the folks from "Jaguar Wisdom" will be accessing the knowledge of these traditional healers in an
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5) Thanks to 4-ahau.com for the November Tzolkin Calendar Graphic:


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