Hunab Ku |by Donna Hilton FaceBook OnLine|

  • A new documentary is set to reveal that the ancient Mayans had contact with intelligent life forms not from Earth.

  • Hunab Ku was, to the Mayas, the supreme God and ultimate Creator. It represented… the gateway to other Galaxies beyond our Sun as well as all of the Consciousness that has ever existed in this Galaxy. Hunab Ku, according to the Mayas, is also the Consciousness which organized all matter, from a “whirling disk”, into stars, planets and solar systems. Hunab Ku is the “Mother Womb” which is constantly giving birth to new stars and it gave birth to our own Sun and Planet Earth. They also believed that the “Creator” directs everything that happens in our Galaxy from its center through the emanation of periodic “Consciousness Energy” bursts. Today, modern astronomers have verified that at the center of our Galaxy is a “whirling disk” with a “Black Hole” at its center that is both swallowing and giving birth to stars.

  • Ix Chel (pronounced eesh-shell) is the Mayan goddess of fertility and …childbirth, water, weaving, the moon and medicine. She reigned supreme through out the Yucatian Peninsula for more than a thousand years. She is titled the Queen, Our Mother, the White Lady and the Goddess of Becoming.
  • The Maya connected her with the phases of the moon, which influenced events in the lives of the people. She is sometimes depicted sitting in a crescent moon with a rabbit, since the ancients thought that the marks on the moon resembled a rabbit or hare. Like other moon goddesses elsewhere, she has three aspects, encompassing the maiden, mother and crone. As the young maiden, she is shown with long flowing hair and full breasts, embodying the promise of youth. In her full moon aspect, she is the mother who governs childbirth, protects expectant mothers, and forms the facial features of babies while they are still in the womb. As the crone, she is shown as a grimacing hag with a skirt made of bones. Hunchbacked and wrinkled, she pours the waters of the world from a gourd held in her hands. It is she who will bring the deluge that ends the world. Her serpent head-dress represents her powers of transformation from the winter hag to the renewed maiden of spring. Like the snake, she sheds her winter skin in order to emerge transformed.
  • Say “HELLO- HELIO” to my little friend!

  • Symbolism!

  • Spirits leaving the well!
    New Age beliefs about Hunab Ku derive from the work of Mexican anthropologist Domingo Martínez Parédez ( 1904–1984 ), who first presented his interpretation of the concept in 1953[6] and expanded upon his ideas in a subsequent book, Hunab Kú: Síntesis del pensamiento filosófico maya (1964).[7] Martínez interpreted Huna…b Ku as evidence for Maya monotheism and suggested that it was represented by the symbols of a square within a circle or a circle within a square, the square representing measurement and the circle representing motion. Martínez related Hunab Ku to concepts and symbols in Freemasonry, particularly the idea of a Great Architect of the Universe and the Masonic square and compass. See More

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