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» AYkiN0XiA said @ Tue Mar 20, 2007 @ 10:40pm
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» earthyspirit said @ Wed May 24, 2006 @ 11:26pm
Hunab= Measure ~ Ku= Sacred This symbol is called the Galactic Butterfly which is said to represent all of the consciousness that has ever existed in this galaxy. This is all of our physical ancestors both human, animal, reptile, fish, shell fish, plants as well as the consciousness which organized all of the raw material from a whirling disk into stars then planets and solar systems. Big Meaning. So big that the original Maya had no symbol for this. In their civilization it was like having no name for God. Just knowing the concept was good enough. Later this pattern was devised by Toltec or Zapatec weavers as a pattern for blankets and this is where Jose Arguelles came across it. He called it Hunab Ku. The indigenous peoples call it "The Galactic Butterfly". Butterflies are seen as ancestors returning for a visit to physicality. Wearing one of these symbols is very powerful as it broadcasts your reaching to actively join the consciousness of our galaxy. Hunab-Ku The supreme deity in the Mayan pantheon. Invisible, emmanent, and formless, He is the husband of Ixazalvoh and the father of Itzamnaj. To the extent that He has a definable essence, He is often referred to by the style "Eyes and Ears of the Sun". The supreme god and creator of the Maya. He is the head of the Mayan pantheon and called 'god of the gods'. Hunab Ku rebuilt the world after three deluges, which poured from the mouth of a sky serpent. The first world he created was inhabited by dwarfs, the builders of the cities. The second world was inhabited by the Dzolob, 'the offenders', an obscure race. The third and final world Hunab Ku created for the Maya themselves (who are destined to be overcome by a fourth flood). The god Itzamna is his son. He is similar to the Aztec Ometeotl. Hunab Ku is the symbol the ancient Mayans said is the gateway to other galaxies beyond our sun. Gazing upon this symbol allows you to transcend the barriers of perception and time. It has all the balance and symmetry of the Asian yin-yang symbol, and so much more. The Mayan symbol Hunab Ku represents movement and energy—the principle of life itself—in a spiraling design reminiscent of the Eastern yin-yang symbol. As an embodiment of harmony and balance, Hunab Ku invites us into the age of consciousness, which is predicted to begin on December 21, 2012. The Mayan god of all gods, Hunab Ku, is said to exist in the center of each galaxy, radiating its intent out to life through each local star. It is in this galactic core that the motion of the galaxy is initiated and it's superstructure distributed out to it's components. Galactic time and it's dynamic web of gravitational effects entrains solar time which, in turn, entrains cellular time through the circadian rhythms of nature. The Maya were the emissaries of Hunab Ku tasked with tracking and calculating the movements of time as they relate to our planet and it's "harmonic relationship" with the galactic core. It's interesting to relate the glyph of the Hunab Ku to the concept of a black hole, which we now suspect lies at the center of the Milky Way. Like the yin-yan, the Hunab Ku is a dynamic interplay of black and white. A black hole is an ultra-dense gravitational object so powerful that light itself cannot escape it's surface. While the galactic core keeps the dark firmament moving and hung with bright stars, their light is always being drawn into the darkness. The glyph of Hunab Ku is said to be a two-way street, allowing access to the core of any galaxy. Warping and bending with gravity, at the point of dissolution time ceases, space collapses, and infinity is revealed. Some stuff from: "The sacred day on which all of these cycles synchronize is 1 Ahau, which is known as the Sacred Day of Venus. This day-sign has been the subject of much myth and ceremony throughout Mayan history. The linguistic transformations are intriguing: One Ahau Hun Ahau Hunahpu Hunab K'u Ahau is pronounced "Ah-how." Hun is the Mayan word for one. Hunahpu is one of the hero twins in the Popol Vuh, who at the end of the story becomes the sun. The meanings of the day-sign Ahau are many: Lord, Sun, Flower, Marksman or Blowgunner. Hunab K'u, ultimately derived from One Ahau, is the highest Mayan God. As source and creatrix, this god/goddess above dualities is said to be "The One Giver of Movement and Measure." As far as beginnings go, Hunab K'u refers to a larger perspective than One Ahau, perhaps even to the Galactic Center - our cosmic origins. But even One Ahau, as the "launching off point" for tzolkin, haab and Venus, retains a similar function as "giver of movement and measure." Hunab K'u As an aside, Hunab K'u is a Yucatec Maya term. The Quiché term for this same god is Hura C'an, from which is derived the english word hurricane. In the above depiction, Hunab K'u is conceived as a swirling cauldron of the cosmic dualities - and reminds us of the oriental yin-yang symbol. It symbolizes the many levels of the sacred/secular duality we have been discussing - male/female, lunar/solar, subjective/objective, mind/body, spirit/matter, and so on. And we should remember that in keeping with what we know about Mayan time, this duality is one of mutual involvement and complimentarity, not irreconcilable opposition. Furthermore, a principle of unfolding or flowering is inherent in time; movement and measure beget expansion. The cosmic conflict of yin and yang thus engender the natural processes of change and growth which surround us, and of which we are a part. And this is a critical quality of spiral time: growth. For all of its seeming abstractness, Mayan cosmology is extremely organic. In fact, Mayan philosophy may be likened to the spiral unfolding that we see in seashells, pine cones and flowers - analogies drawn from nature. And Mayan earth worhip - prayers to Tiox and Mundo - acknowledge this profound principle; that the earth is a living being, struggling through eons to bring forth the exquisite flower of spiritual awareness. So without further tracing the journey by which I say what I say, let me try to state things simply: The Sacred Calendar is a cosmological model which unites inner and outer reality and explains the earth's inherent goal of physical and spiritual unfolding. Yet this is not the end-all. Is there ever one? Going further, here is a hint of what lies hidden beyond the veil: Imagine a comprehensive cosmology of numbers which unites the workings of both the material and spiritual realms. Imagine it to be based upon the ancient systems of the I Ching and the Golden Proportion. Furthermore, imagine this brilliant philosophy as a revival and completion of Kepler's obsession with a "harmony of the heavens" based on the five Platonic Solids. You have just imagined the Mesoamerican Sacred Calendar. And what does Hunab K'u have to do with all this? Well, everything. How can I restate this progressive and ancient understanding of the cosmos which is embedded in the Sacred Calendar... The time sense implied in the tzolkin is rooted in natural cycles. In essence, this truth involves a seeming paradox, for what "natural" cycle does the tzolkin correspond to? Answer: the human gestation period. In turn, the tzolkin is then used as a key factor in the amazing calendar of the Maya; the organic gestation cycle is used as a calendric constant to structure the celestial cycles of the planets, sun, and stars. In other words, the cycles of humanity are linked with the cycles of the planets - not in the cause-and-effect sense - but by virtue of a more mysterious principle of correspondence. The relationship is of a type of mirroring, an unconnected and distant affinity because both realms are unfolding with the same rhythm! How? Because mind and world, spirit and matter, the objective and subjective realms, are spun off from the same moment of creation. Call it Galactic Center, the Big Bang, God - whatever. In Mayan terms, this source is none other than Hunab K'u - Giver of Movement and Measure. "
» DeionPuckett said @ Wed May 24, 2006 @ 10:29pm
quelle origine? what is the origin of this?