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June 13, 2017

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Tzolkin Trecena Notes –1 Eagle (Men)

Day 235 of the 260 Day Tzolkin - 25 Kin Remaining
Gregorian Date: June 13, 2017
Year Bearer: 5 - Wind (IK)

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 Men (Eagle): Free Spirited, Ambitious, Self Confident, Bringer of Faith and Knowledge, Global Visionary.

Flint (Etznab)

© 2006 Judith Ann Griffith

According to Maya legend, the sun was an Eagle and one of the most powerful day signs. In Mesoamerican myth, everything has two aspects or faces, so the Eagle carries the symbolism of the moon as well as the sun. On the one hand, a young moon goddess represents budding and flowering, and on the other hand, an old moon goddess represents ancient wisdom. The Yucatec word “Men” means “the wise one.” This lunar goddess was also called Eagle Woman as she wore a headdress of eagle feathers. According to Kenneth Johnson in Jaguar Wisdom, “Thus sun and moon, male and female, combine in one archetype: When the sun rises, he is ‘soaring eagle’; when the sun sets, he is ‘falling eagle’. The moon wears the sun in her hair. The Eagle is the sign of the spiritual warrior, whose heart is pure like the heart of the sun; but underneath the bright and shining glory of the daytime sun lies an older, subtler archetype of quiet wisdom: First Mother, the moon, the crone of wisdom.”

Ian Lungold:  “A good day to ascend to a larger perspective.”

Carlos Barrios in Book of Destiny describes Men (Eagle) as follows: “It is liberty, the messenger, treasure, luck, and money. It also means fortune. It is a special day on which to dedicate the Xukulem Chuwach Ri Qajaw - Mayan ceremony to ask for good luck. This sign brings good relationships… It is a special day for increasing intuition and vision… The energy of this sign breaks with the status quo and can find a solution to anything. Tz’ikin (Kaqchikel /Yucatec Men) brings broad vision, unlimited by time or space. It is the panoramic, acute vision of the eagle.”

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. In this Trecena, the crest falls on 6 Ahau (Sun/Flower/Light Lord), 7 Imix (Crocodile), and 8 Ik (Wind). Ahau represents spiritual enlightenment in a higher dimension. Imix represents the primal basic instincts of existence on the material-physical-earthly third dimensional plane. Ik represents the catalyst for communication and thus change on both levels. This strong combination of spiritual and material change encourages us to rise to higher levels of consciousness in order to solve the problems created in our third dimensional existence.

As we journey through each day of this Trecena:

Trecena Count 
Gregorian Date
1 Men (Eagle)
June 13, 2017
2 Cib (Vulture/Owl)
June 14
3 Caban (Earth)
June 15
4 Etznab (Flint)
June 16
5 Cauac (Storm)
June 17
6 Ahau (Sun)
June 18
7 Imix (Crocodile)
June 19
8 Ik (Wind)
June 20
9 Akbal (Night/Hearth) 
June 21
10 Kan (Lizard)
June 22
11 Chicchan (Serpent)
June 23
12 Cimi (Death)
June 24
13 Manik (Deer)
June 25

Utilize the energy of Eagle (connector of Earth and Sky) to broaden our vision in order to promote unity through global awareness.

In Lak’ech (I am another you),
William and Viola
©2007 William and Viola Welsch


Sacred Earth Journeys - Spiritual Tours around the World

1) Eagle (Men, Tz'kin) Trecena Article by Kenneth Johnson - Click here

This is the trecena of achievement. The eagle flies close to heaven and sees the visions moving in the clouds above, then swoops down to earth with extraordinary accuracy to bring manifestation to the world below. Let your prayers be filled with the power of your most powerful intentions and aspirations, for this is a time when the light in the clouds above may be made clear and substantial in the light of the world below...READ MORE

Eagle (Men) graphic by Gregorio Itzep

Kenneth Johnson
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2) The Trecena of Eagle / Men by Jaguar Spirit - Click here

1 - Eagle (Men) by Debra Malmos


Greetings Kin,

The Next 13 days

Eagle/MEN is the Intermediary who can lift us up to the Heavenly Realm. The Eagle will take us on a Flight to draw a Higher Understanding to where our Destiny as Divine Creators would lead. As the Day Sign who is capable to see into the Future, Eagle can help to Expand our Range of Vision, for a Higher Spiritual Discernment.

We've learned that we must discern the Truth for our Self. No one can tell us what we must believe. Our Beliefs expand and change over a lifetime. What Eagle/MEN offers is a view from a Higher Vantage Point. Eagle is revered because it is the creature capable to fly closest to the Creator. Eagle can raise our field of Vision to see for our Self what the Creator sees.

As a Blue Day Sign, the Eagle/MEN trecena is a cycle of "Light." This will be a time we are opened to new inspiration. Residing in the Direction of the West, a new Vision will help us navigate the "hard road of life," our responses to Life Experience.

PORTAL DAYS: Element of Ether – Portal days thin the veil to Spiritual Dimensions. There are two Portals in the Eagle/MEN trecena. On 5 Storm/CAUAC a Portal will magnify a source of incoming Power that brings Renewal and Regeneration. And on 7 Crocodile/IMIX, we will stand in the balance, where Spirit will be magnified as we are delivered into the process of the Highest Ascension of the Tzolk'in round.

PEAK DAYS: Peak Experience, Peak Performance

  • 6 Sun/AHAU - will Illuminate a Higher Understanding that will encourage us to enter the Flow of a Transformation of Ascension
  • 7 Crocodile/IMIX - will bring a balance to Spiritual Discernment, as we are led to Imagine our Highest Dreams
  • 8 Wind/IK - the Breath of Life and Spirit returns on the Holy Day, offering the Divine Justice that would elevate our Soul's Purpose to be One with the Creator, Creating Creation
  • 9 Night/AKBAL - empowers a Transformation that will raise our Discernment of the Voice of Spirit, our Light in the Darkness

13th UINAL: Ascension

We begin the 13th and last Uinal of the Tzolk'in, as Crocodile/IMIX brings into balance the two sides of our Self. The 20 Day Signs will guide us through the Highest Transformation of the Tzolk'in round. The Eagle/MEN trecena will raise us to our Highest Aspirations to prepare us for the final trecena that will be guided by Star/LAMAT, the Day Sign of "pure luck" that will multiply to abundance our Ascension as a New Personification of Light.

Visit the Jaguar Spirit Blog for today's Journal for 1 Eagle/MEN. The blog also offers a 13-Day Trecena Guide that includes daily aspects for the Eagle/MEN trecena.

in lak'ech, i am another you,

Debra, Jaguar Woman, 9 Eagle/MEN


3) COPAL - The Sacred Incense of the Maya an article by Kenneth Johnson - Click here

Though various kinds of incense are used in Mayan ceremonies, copal is the most important. Sculpture and ceramic art from the Classical Period show that it has been known to the indigenous people of Mesoamerica for centuries.

Copal comes from the resin of the tree Protium copal (Burseraceae). The word “copal” itself is from Nahuatl, the language of central Mexico, and was originally copalli, meaning “incense.” The Maya call it pom. There are several different varieties, most notably the hard yellow copal which resembles amber, and white copal, which is also hard, but milky and rather sticky to the touch.  Although the word copal means “incense” in Nahuatl, I have never heard the Maya refer to it as incienso. This means frankincense, which is frequently mixed with copal, which I always heard referred to simply as pom...READ MORE

Eagle (Men) graphic by Gregorio Itzep

Copal comes from the resin of the tree Protium copal (Burseraceae)

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