Art by Chicome Itzquintli
Tochtli with the Guardian Mayahuel the goddess of pulque and the divine milk to feed the abundance that is here. The moon phase is waning cresent - reflection. Once we reflect, we glean all the abundance that tochtli has to offer. We leave what is no longer needed so that we can receive more. When we empty the hand of what is taking up space we open up room for more receiving. Empty your hand and allow for the next cycle to bring in more of what you need. The power today is itzpaplotl, the obsidian butterfly. Here to increase the transformation of our ending moon cycle into the next incarnation of ourselves. We step out of the moon of the drone and into the next moon of pollin, as the bee priestesses call it.
The lord of the night is Tlaloc the god of rain. Tonight we look for the essences to be raining down abundance as lucky rabbit is present. Tlaloc is he giver of life and sustenance.
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