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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Get out your brollies and wellies (or snow boots in many areas), as once again Chac is making his appearance. This is an energy that has proven to be highly tempestuous, and often strongly catalytic. Seen as the “Storm” trecena, this Kawak time frame was traditionally recognized as being under the patronage of Tláloc, the Aztec god of rain (known Read the full article…

As snow and cold temperatures are beginning to make their presence known in many parts of North America, and falling leaves are stripping trees down to their “bare bones” once again, so too are we returning to the “bare bones” energy of the Kimi trecena. And now, after the poignant funerals of the last trecena, we also find this energy Read the full article…

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