Sunday, October 3, 2010

"Blood Moon, Escapes Death"

Today you'll see how Blood Moon life is spared. Spared by the Owl Messengers or Military Keepers of the Mat. Of One and Seven Death of Xibalba. You will also see the connection of the Hollow Earth. Blood Moon is shown the path by Military Keepers of the Mat. That leads to an opening, to the surface of the Earth. And so by helping Blood Moon reach the surface of the Earth. All future owls are allowed to roam the surface of the Earth. In Hopi, Navajo and Zuni Emergence stories. They talk of the horrors inside the Earth. Of the bad people or beings, that inhabitant the inside of Mother Earth. For me the real connection between the Mayans or writers of the Popol Vuh. Is becoming very clear as each tale is played out. As a friend said to me, when I told him. I'm going start writing, about the Popol Vuh. He said, 'now you'll learn what the Popol Vuh is really saying.' Call it a Freudian Slip, as that is called. He was so correct. Here are the links to the Navajo and Zuni Emergence stories I recorded.


And now we hear of the escape of Blood Moon. And the Twins that where in her belly, Hunahpu and Xbalanque. That were put there by mere thought alone. An instructed by the "Gods" Hurricane, Newborn Thunder, Sudden Thunderbolt.

And after the maiden was noticed by her father, when he saw that she was now with child, all the Lords then shared there thoughts. One and Seven Death along with Blood gatherer:
'This daughter of mine is with child, Lords. It's just a bastard,' Blood Gatherer said when he joined the lords.

'Very well. Get her to open her mouth (tell the Lords, who the father is). If she doesn't tell, then sacrifice her. Go far away and sacrifice here.'

'Very well, your Lordship,' he replied. After that, he questioned his daughter:

'Who is responsible for the child in your belly, my daughter?' he said.

'There is no child, my father, sir; there is no man whose face I've known,' she replied.

'Very well. It really is a bastard you carry! Take her away for sacrifice, you Military Keepers of the Mat. Bring back her heart in a bowl, so the Lords can take it there hands this very day,' the owls were told, the four of them.

Then they left carrying the bowl. When they left they took the maiden by the hand, bring along the White Dagger (belonging to the Lords of Xibalba), the instrument of sacrifice.

'It would not turn out well if you sacrifice me, messengers, because it is not a bastard that's in my belly. What is in my belly generated all by itself when I went to marvel at the head of One Hunahpu, which is there at the Place of Ball Game Sacrifice. So please stop: don't do your sacrifice, messengers,' said the maiden. Then they talked:

'What are we going to use in place of the heart?' We were told by her father.

'Bring back her heart. The lords will take it in there hands, they will satisfy themselves, they will make themselves familiar with it's composition. Hurry, bring it back in a bowl, put her heart in a bowl. Isn't that what we're been told? What shall we deliver in a bowl? What we want above all is that you should not die,' said the messengers.

'Very well. My heart must not be there's, nor will your homes be here (Future owls will be aloud to roam the surface of the earth.). Nor will you simply force people to die, but hereafter, what will be truly yours will be the true beaters of bastards. And hereafter, as for One and Seven Death, only blood, only nodules of sap, will be there's. So be it that these things are presented before them, and not that hearts are burned before them. So be it: use the fruit of a tree,' said the maiden. And it was red tree sap she went out and gathered in the bowl.

After it congealed (solidified), the substitute for her heart became round. When the sap of the croton tree was tapped, tree sap like blood, it became the substitute for blood. When she rolled the blood around inside there, the sap of the croton tree, it formed a surface like blood, glistening red now, round inside the bowl. When the tree was cut open by the maiden, the so-called cochineal (scarlet dye, from a bug) croton, the sap is what she called blood, and so there is talk of 'nodules of blood.'

'So you have been blessed with the face of Earth. It shall be yours,' she told the Owls. (The Owls or Military Keepers of the Mat. Had been given there freedom, from inside the Earth. reward)

'Very well, maiden. We'll show you the way up there (surface of the Earth). You just walk on ahead; we have yet to deliver this apprent duplicate of your heart before the Lords,' said the messengers.

And when they came before the Lords, they were all watching closely:

'Hasn't it turned out well?' said One Death.

'It has turned out well, your Lordship, and this is her heart. It's in the bowl.'

'Very well. So I'll look,' said One Death, and when he lifted it up with his fingers, it's surface was soaaked with gore, it's surface glistened red with blood.

'Good. Stir up the fire, put it over the fire,' said One Death.

After that they dried it over the fire, and Xibalbans savored the aroma. They all ended up standing here, they leaned over it intently. They found the smoke of the blood to be truly sweet.

And while they stayed at there cooking, the Owls went to show the maiden the way out. They sent her up through a hole onto the Earth, and then the guides returned below. In this way the Lords of Xibalba were defeated by a maiden; all of them were blinded.

And here, where the mother of One Monkey and One Artisan lived, was where the woman named Blood Moon arrived.

In this story you can see that One Hunahpu. Went on living by the soon to be birth of his sons the Twins. Many ancient Native American tales have stories of the all powerful conquering Twins.

"God" bless on this Sunday evening. May you have sweet dreams, with soft landings. bye

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