In my last entry I spoke about the start of 3rd. Night of the Universal Underworld
on June 7th. and Mictlantecuhtli, the Lord of the Dead who is in charge.
Well it looks like his consort Mictecacihuatl has joined him.
On June 7th a sensationalized story appeared about a mass grave filled with 25 to 30 bodies in East Texas.
Then a few hours later it was a hoax framed by a psychic tip gone awry and cadaver-sniffing dogs who turned up zip. In Texas, Mass Grave Report Leads to Drama but No Bodies
Earlier on the same day the Sun erupted into a solar flare so strong that it threatens to disrupt Earth communications and power.
Today, Thursday, June we had a major power outage in Detroit which is going to extend into Friday. In essence there is a theme developing which synchronizes with Saturn stationing direct and opposing Uranus in Aries this afternoon. According to Aztec mythology, when a person died he was interred with material goods (similar to the Egyptians). These possesions were carried on the long and dangerous journey to the underworld. Upon arrival in Mictlan these personal treasures were offered to Mictlantecuhtli and his wife.
The image below comes from Crystallinks.com describing the many Aztec Gods and Goddesses. The 13 days/Heavens of sacred calendar were associated with a deity and an evolutionary symbol. As Calleman says in The Mayan Calendar and Transformation of Consciousness, "since the names used by the Maya for the deities ruling these heavens are no longer known to us,
The frequency is increasing with each day/night transition as is the power expended. Strong Heat Burst felt across Wichita Metro and Surrounding Areas This burst of heat was noticed at 12:42 AM CDT with Aquarius
rising with a close square to Mars (heat) now Void of Course in Taurus. Adding to this recipe of unexpected temperature rise is of course the chart's ruler Uranus not only TSQ Saturn-Pluto but contraparallel the Moon and Saturn by declination.
"An unusual heat burst occurred shortly after midnight on June 9, 2011, across the Wichita area. The temperature jumped some 15 to 20 degrees in a matter of 15 to 20 minutes, rising from the low to mid 80s to around 102 degrees. The sudden rise in the thermometer was accompanied by a downburst of winds that gusted to near 60 mph in some locations.: