Red Solar Dragon takes us to the top of the 4th Column of the Tzolkin, on the 58th day of the Self-Existing Seed Year. Kin 61: Red Solar Dragon’s Code Spell is: “I Pulse in order to Nurture. Realizing Being, I seal the input of Birth with the Solar tone of Intention. I am guided by the power of Navigation.” Since today is the ‘International Day of Peace’, let’s focus our Intention upon PEACE.
The first week of each Moon is Red Week One, when we Initiate. Week One correlates to the Moon’s first phase, from new Moon to half Moon. During Red Week One we telepathically construce the Red Analog Telepathic Time Atom. From page 59 of “Book of the Timespace“: “The emphasis on the quality of the week, then, is a four-phase cycle of 28 days or four 7-day weeks, hence “Lunar Month“. These cycles relate back to a Cosmic order of the four stages of evolution.”
The two Solstices and two Equinoxes divide each year into 4 quarters or stages, analogous to the waxing and waning Moon cycles. Today is the last day before the Equinox, when the day and night are each 12 hours. The Autumn Equinox in The Northern Hemisphere would correspond to the half Moon which is waning, while the Southern Equinox with waxing, longer days relate to the half Moon that leads to incrementally fuller Moons.
The second day of the week always relates to Radial Plasma Type 2: Red SELI, which FLOWS, and concentrates in our ROOT Chakra. Focus your attention there as you say: “My Mother is the Ultimate Sphere. I See the Light.” Now, build the BOTTOM of the Cube, below you.
Telektonon Day 2 encapsulates Baktun 2, the 144,000 days beginning in 2718 B.C., when the Rise of First Babylon occurred. According to Volume V: “Babylon is the restless desire of Spirit to explore matter.” The “prophecy power of 7 (is) placed in the unconscious as revelation of measure” states the Telektonon card for Day 2.
Let’s Pulse our Intention for Universal Peace throughout our World and beyond 🙂
P.S. TMQ just noticed that for some reason, yesterday’s date is diplayed here. It’s a twin image: 20/09 2009. This serves to remind one that 2009 is 41 x 49!