Rain, Quiahuitl with the guardian sun god, Tonatiuh. Waxing gibbous moon is our trust in the adjustments made either by choice or on our behalf by creator. Any gardener knows that sometimes relocation of an animal or insect is necessary for growth so we trust Creator. Rain is the nourishment and cleansing of our madre tierra. It is the elemental energy of the water but it is only one part. transpiration and evaporation are the invisible forces at work. When sun and wind come to-get-her it creates a movement of either gentle or chaotic. Quiahuitl paints the earth green, the color of the heart. The power today is the Itzcuauhtli or obsidian eagle or CROW. This bird is a mystical power and inter-dimensional traveler.
The lord of the night is the smoky ancestral mirror, Tezcatlipoca. Also known as trickster god because we are sometimes feeling duped by what we see in the mirror. Ometeotl Sarah
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