Kin 60, 8 Sun

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    On the Tzolkin count today marks the 8th day of the wavespell of Prophecy commanded by the Skywalker and corresponds to KIN 60, 8 Sun, birth sign of Pacal Votan. A good opportunity to revisit
    this short text entitled "Votan Remembered: Devoted of the Wind"
    “Why Pacal Votan? Who is Valum Votan? Everyday I contemplate a deerskin incised with the famous low-relief sculpture found on the sarcophagus lid of the tomb at the bottom of the Pyramid of the Inscriptions, Palenque, Crystal Moon 17 (June 15) 1952. Everyday, I appreciate even more the mystery of that image, known to modern civilization for only 45 years. Alberto Ruz Lhuillier, the archeologist who uncovered the secret buried for exactly 1260 years, called the man whose jade-encrusted remnants he found, Uaxac Ahau, 8 Sun, the galactic signature the man entombed, and the first of the"thirteen clear signs" inscribed on the front left edge of the sarcophagus lid.
    Among the contemporary Lacandon Maya, the person found in the tomb of Palenque recalled the mythic "halach uinich" or "true man" known as the Great Pacal, or Pacal Votan. Precisely 1000 years after the tomb-dedication, in the year 1692, two Jesuits priests living in Chiapas had a correspondence in which they referred to a now lost text entitled, "The Trials of Votan, " mythic accounts of a legendary king of the Maya known as Pacal Votan, whose life extended back to the time of Noah and the Tower of Babel, whose home was in the stars of Valum Chivim, whose adventures included four journeys to the "Rock of Heaven" via the ladder of 13 serpents, and whose incarnation near Nah Chan (Palenque) occurred at a mysterious site known as Valum Votan. Having built a Tower (of the Winds) at Palenque, he had constructed his fabulous tomb, and buried with himself all knowledge of that tomb, except for a few odd marks in the stone floor and a set of enigmatic glyphs in the temple atop the edifice that came to be known as the Pyramid of the Inscriptions. Had it not been for the tile speaking tube (Telektonon) protruding from the rubble beneath the stone with the odd markings, the archeologist would never have dug at all.
    Pacal means "Solar Shield, " but Votan? Any student of mythology recognizes Votan as one of the names of the Germanic or Teutonic "god, "Odin, also known as Votan, Voten, Wuotan, Woden, and after whom the English day of the week "Wednesday" derives its name. The name Votan is derived from the Vedic Lord of winds, Vata, and hence Votan is also known as lord of the winds or devoted of the wind. February 6 (Resonant 28, Spirit Tower of the Seventh Moon) is the night dedicated to Odin Lord of the Winds. According to the Telektonon and confirmed by the inscriptions of Palenque, the Great Pacal was unique in that he reasserted the matriarchal lineage derived from Bolon Ik, White Solar Wind Woman, the patroness and founder of the mythic dynasty of Palenque. Devoted of the wind, Pacal Votan claims devotion to the precious breath of Bolon Ik and the mystery of woman commemorated by the 28 day cycle of the Thirteen Moons."
    Source:
    Rinri Newsletter: Volume 1, Number 7
    Special New Genesis Edition
    Completing the Mystic Matrix: Quetzalcoatl's Prophecies Unearthed
    http://www.lawoftime.org/pdfs/Rinri-I-1.7.pdf

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