Wavespell 9 of the Red Serpent ~ Dreamspell Journey

Unify in Order to Survive. Attracting Instinct. Power of Life Force.

Perpetual 13-day Wavespell. Last appearance from 25 October until 6 November 2019.

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Red Serpent Wavespell 

The Red Serpent Wavespell is the 9th wavespell of the Dreamspell Journey and it contains 10 consecutive days of Galactic Activation Portals. This wavespell opens the Blue Western Castle of Burning, which is the third Castle of the Dreamspell Count. The Blue Castle represents the Court of Magic and it covers the third group of 4 Wavespells (Serpent, Mirror, Monkey, Seed) = 4×13 = 52 Days x 5 = 260-day Tzolkin. The Blue Castle goes from Kin 105 until Kin 156. Through the Blue Eastern Castle of Burning, planetary kin attain the Power of Turning Around.

The Serpent solar seal is inspired on the Mayan glyph of Chikchan, which exactly signifies “Serpent” and it is associated with the arrival of the ”Rain Season”. The serpent used to be depicted in the hands of deities such as the Storm God (Kawak), representing the lighting rays associated with the thunders of the heavy rains. For the Ancient Maya. the Wet Season was a key to their survival. Precisely, in the Dreamspell transcreation, the Serpent has the action of Surviving and the power of Life Force, which relates to the importance of the rainwater for the survival of the Maya people.

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The symbolism of the Eagle devouring the Serpent in the Mexican flag.

Within the Toltec tradition, the snakes were associated with the earthly aspects of existence in the material world. These types of reptiles constitute an essential part of the diet of big birds of prey, such as the Eagle which was associated with the heavenly aspects of being. The symbolism of an eagle devouring a serpent is part of the foundation myth of the Aztec and it is depicted on the modern Mexican flag.

The same symbolism is related to the myth of the Bird-Serpent (Feathered Serpent), which represents the evolutionary transmutation of the common serpent (earthly aspects of being) into a new spiritual supernatural animal which can fly into the higher dimensions of being.  The Serpent Wavespell is, precisely, the last wavespell contained within the Galactic Season of the Eagle in the Dreamspell Journey.

In Western spirituality, the Serpent is associated with astuteness but also with the fall of man and the original sin. This duality can be seen in the saying of Jesus, “be astute as serpents and innocent as doves,” which also relates to the Toltec symbolism of the heavenly bird redeeming the earthly serpent.

Down below, the Prophetic Perspective by Tortuga 13:20, followed by the Original Affirmations and Codes of the Red Serpent Wavespell by Valum Votan and Bolon Ik, the authors in Eternity. In Lak’ech.

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