Category Archives: Mayan Goddesses

Galactic Feminine: Universal Ancient Wisdom from the Archetype of Tz’akbu Ajaw, originally nicknamed “Red Queen”

It has been 23 years today since the opening of the tomb of the mysterious Maya Queen of Palenque. Without a doubt, this finding constitutes one of the most relevant events for the gender studies and the change of Maya Era in 2012. From a multidimensional archetypal perspective, it also initiated a portal of Universal Ancient Wisdom towards a New Humanity. This is because the Feminine Balance (not supremacy) allows us to transcend the old patriarchal paradigms. Here, some insights about our upcoming book, Galactic Feminine, to be presented through Magikana Publishing, UK, 2018.
Translated into English from this article originally written in Spanish.

Between the months of May and June 2017, it has been 23 years since the process of discovering and the opening of the tomb of the royal female of Lakamha (“Great Waters”, Palenque). The uncovering, which happened in the year 1994, unveiled the first female tomb who was found within a pyramid in the Americas, as well as the second tomb of its type after the one of King Pakal “The Great”, which finding happened in 1952 at the called by then “Temple of Inscriptions”. So far, the queen had rested for over 1300 years in the Temple XIII, alongside the funerary temple of her husband, the same King Pakal. Their temples of honour were located at the main square of the Ancient Maya City of Lakamha.

Both, the proximity and similarity between the two tombs, reflect an equal recognition and tribute for them who were Maya rulers during the Classic period. Thus, this outstanding discovery widely contributes to the Universal Myth of the Goddess and the gender equality which humanity experienced during the period of transition from the matriarchal societies to the patriarchal societies.

Within the context of the New Age, there have been interpretations of all kinds, as well as speculations and fantasy stories around this finding. Some of them even show personal appropriations of the archetype of the queen to sustain old paradigms, such as the personality cults. Most them exhibit complete ignorance to the basic dates around this discovery, therefore failing to present feasible interpretations regarding the truth of its Mayan oracle and numerology. And probably, as it is shown in this essay, one of the most common mistakes has been to consider the temporary nickname of “Red Queen” as a real Maya archetype of Palenque.

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Palenque Creation Myth: Lady Cormorant and the Birth of the Triad

The Primordial Mother and the Sacred Trinity of Lakamha (Palenque)
Via Leonide Martin

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Cormorant Goddess from Dresden Codex

The ancient Maya city Palenque (Lakam Ha) had a unique creation myth that linked the origins of their ruling dynasty to primordial goddesses and gods.

All the Maya regions in southern Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras shared a common creation myth about the Hero Twins and how they outsmarted the Death Lords of Xibalba and resurrected their father, securing life on earth for their people. This legend is recorded in the Popol Vuh, an 18th century copy of the original codex rendition that has been lost. Palenque’s unique myth incorporates deities widely known in their region, but nowhere else honored in the same way. The Triad deities were the patron gods of ancient Lakam Ha, bringing the blessings of abundance and prosperity when properly attended and worshiped. The ruling dynasty was believed to be descended from these gods and their mother, Lady Cormorant (Muwaan Mat…

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Galactic Feminine: Welcome / Bienvenida

A Universal Revelation of the Sacred Feminine Balance, inspired by the Galactic Maya Cosmology and the Ancient Prophecies of the Second Creation of Earth.

Welcoming you to this blog with this beautiful representation of Ixchel, or Ix Chel, the aged Jaguar Goddess of Midwifery and Medicine in Ancient Maya culture. She was the spouse of the main God, Itzamna, and she also gave birth to 13 sons, two of whom created Heaven and Earth and all that belongs to it, the Howler Monkey Gods.

Una Revelación Universal del Balance Femenino Sagrado, inspirada por la Cosmología Maya Galáctica y las Profecías Ancestrales de la Segunda Creación de la Tierra.

Te damos la bienvenida a nuestro blog con esta hermosa representación de Ixchel, o Ix Chel, la Diosa Jaguar de los Partos y la Medicina en la cultura ancestral Maya. Ella fue la esposa del dios principal, Itzamna, y también dió a luz a 13 hijos, dos de los cuales crearon el Cielo y la Tierra y todo lo que le pertenece.

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