Born 7-Ajmaj: Hilary Swank, Ted Nugent
Regarding the 7th and middle day of the trecena, Ken Johnson (10-Imox) has often written that it has to do with endings. This is because of the unique sequence of numbers that takes form when following the appearance of any given sun-sign during the 260-day Tzolkin round. This cyclical, 13-number sequence is:
1, 8, 2, 9, 3, 10, 4, 11, 5, 12, 6, 13, 7
So 7 appears last in the sequence, before beginning again with 1. This special arrangement of numbers can be a possible answer to a math quan “Count to 7 using 13 numbers with equal intervals between them”. You do that by moving away from a decimal system and using a base-13 system.
Regarding the sun-sign Ajmaj (a.k.a. Cib, 16th sign from the crock), Johnson has written many things, all neatly converging on the following diverse and deep keywords I’ve noticed: vice, forgiveness, ancestors, remembrance, karmic cleansing.
So, to gain focus on today’s message from the Mayan sun, one guide stone is 7 as endings and conclusions. The other would be anything and everything you pick out of the list in the previous paragraph.
It’s fitting to have the last day of the tropical/solar year bear the meaning of ‘final karmic cleansing’. It carries the promise of cutting old patterns loose, and avoiding the periodic building up of realities that result from these old, habitual patterns. In unraveling of old karmic ties, and unloading useless habits, Ajmaj carries a meaning close to that of Kat, its destiny sign. But here the emphasis is on the forgiveness that comes along with letting go of the person I used to be.
The next time Ajmaj appears in the calendar, it will be 1-Ajmaj (20 January 2018).
Ian Lungold (12-Ajpu) once said that Cib days are best to sit on a rock.
Worth a shot.