By: Don Miguel Angel
Opening the Ceremony The Maya were Masters of the Stars, always watching the marvelous movement in the Universe. The Maya Priests and Priestesses wanted to represent in their ceremonies the perfect motion of our Solar System, and for that purpose they used the symbol of the Five Cardinal Points, called “Quinqunce” or “Holy Cross”. In the Maya language it is called “Kan-Teol” with the four cardinal points: the East, West, North and South and the fifth one, the Center, called “The Heart of the Sky and the Heart of the Earth”.
The Center, Heart of the Sky and Heart of the Earth, is turquoise – jade in color. The turquoise represents the Sky and the jade represents Nature, Earth. The East is red in color, the west black, the north white and south yellow. Each one, each color, has a vibrational frequency able to attract, from the four sides of the Cosmos the holy energy to our planet and to our Ceremony.
By Miguel Angel Vergara
The purpose of the Maya Ceremony is to ask the Father-Mother, the “Creators of Life”, to send us the gifts and graces of wisdom, love, light, peace, healing, abundance, harmony and all we need and at the same time to share these gifts with the participants in the ceremonial circle and unconditionally with all humanity and all living beings.
The Maya Priests and Priestesses symbolically play the role of the Sun and the Moon, Day and Night, Masculine and Feminine in perfect balance, grounding in the ceremony those Cosmic forces and creating a pure bridge of Light connecting to the One who is called:
“He whose name is whispered in a breath and is above.”
“The One who is the Eternal Movement with the circle and the dot.”
“The beginning and the end of life in the Universe: HUNABK’U.”
The Maya Priests and Priestesses always do their Ceremonies with the most powerful force that exists in the Universe: unconditional love in service for the entire creation.
“They had not come by way of the Land or Sea. They were there because: “He Whose Name is Whispered in a Breath” created them there” From the book; “Land of the Pheasant and the Deer”
Miguel Angel Vergara
Don Miguel Angel burning Copal Resin used for cleaning the energy of ceremony participants.