Born 7-Cauac: James Buchanan (15th US president), Jerry Seinfeld, Kurt Cobain, Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim), Robert Altman, Mario Savio, David Guetta, Gala, Ofra Haza, Jonathan Segal
If yesterday’s Edznab (Tijax) is associated sometimes with quarrel and difficult friction, to-day’s stormy Cauac takes it to the next level.
If yesterday was about cleansing by the skillful hands of the surgeon/healer, today it’s about the kind of cleansing you go through on your knees, with your hands on the bowl. Cauac types are known to always be on the lookout for a new experience. Since freedom is of the essence to them, they always strive to outgrow old definitions and boundaries. To break out and break new ground.
Sooner or later, this kind of youthful mindset inevitably leads to getting sick over a toilet bowl.
And, being a 7-day, it also has to do with the omega point – the final Cauac before the 1-Cauac trecena begins (September 25th). So another meaning is thrown into the modulated frequency transmitted from the Sovereign Sun today.
The Feminine and the family hearth
Cauac (Rainstorm) shares traits with the current trecena theme of Ben. It appears on the North/feminine Mayan cross of Aj/Ben. Cauac is considered to be a homey sign, and people born under this sign tend to appreciate the comforts of home and family. This is the flip-side of the stormy nature of Cauac, who knows how stormy it can be outside the family and home settings.
In addition, Cauac, much like Ix on stage 2 and Kan on stage 12 of this trecena – embodies potential and a gathering of energy before release. It is therefore fitting for Cauac to appear on the 7th stage of this trecena, since it is on this day that destiny reaches its highest potential and gains purpose, as a cleansing and educating force within the hearth of HOME, which is Aj.