The guardians today are Mayahuel & Tlaloc. The Goddess of milk of the earth and the God of rain. Often traditionally thought of as spirits, the pulque is much like kombucha and was a sacred drink. Humans now struggle with this form of medicine and we are a slave to the treatment of it. When it is treated with reverence and sacred value, it is a tool for liberation. When we carelessly distribute spirits for profit motive, we see what happens. Dependency, unconsciousness and a darkness that can leave the consumer depleted and empty once it's effects wear off. Tlaloc teaches this by looking how the rain can nourish or destroy. Gentle care allows plants to stretch high to the sky without damage. Noting also that some plants gain strong stalks when rain is violent and pushes them down, however many do not make it.
Mazalt is the the sacred herd animal that can not be fenced in. It is law. Deer must run free and use the land as it's foundation. Deer medicine is heart centered and brings us closer to god. Deer unless protected and treated with reverence, want no part of human interaction much like the pulque also we must treat with reverence to the sacred so that we can see the immense medicine that pulls us closer to creator.
The power today Tecolotl, the screech owl. They have the trill of territory and familial lines. Bringing the night and stars closer to our middle earth realms. Tecolotl spends their lives waiting for the night. The time when the veils are thin and our collective is restoring.
The lord of the night - Tepeyolotl an incarnate of Tezcatlipoca dressed in the skin of ocelot representing the starts in the night sky and the color the sunset. This magical time of twilight is full of medicine and evolves us closer to the flow of our lives. Tepeyolotl links the heart of heaven and the heart of earth. Ometeolt. Sarah
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