Wavespell of the White Wizard

by Mariela Maya

 

 

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Magical Personal Experience

After a hectic and intense week, I was sitting in my backyard last Sunday connecting with Nature and its magic. Suddenly, I saw a little wood stick swinging, stopping and getting suspended in the air. As it seemed “too magical to be true” and thinking it was just my imagination, I stared at it and it started swinging again, stopped and just got suspended…

Since I was facing the Sun and couldn’t see it clearly, I got closer, looked up and saw a big spider web woven as a beautiful mandala built in the most fascinating way. The ‘anchor threads’ holding it were very long and hang from branches on two different trees and power cables around 9 feet from the ground. It truly looked magical!

I was searching around expecting to find a huge spider, size of my hand, maybe hairy and scary, that would be able to do such an amazing thing. But, while taking photos of the spider web, I noticed a tiny fairy-tale ‘something’ resting in its center so I checked it on the internet and found out that it was the Wizard weaver! Click on the photos below to read about this beautiful tiny star-spider with a ‘smiley happy face’ on her body.

A simple and beautiful reminder on how important it is to go out of our daily routine and create sacred time and space to experience the power of magic!

If you are not familiar with the Tzolkin and you want to get acquainted with this series of messages, you can read about it on my message posted on 10/31/13, when the current cycle started.

Wishing you a Wavespell filled with magical experiences!

In Lak’esh & Munay,

Mariela Maya
Yellow Electric Star
mariela [at] mayankin [dot] com
+1 (832) 454-3113

www.mayankin.com

 

In Lak’esh means “I am another yourself!”, a Mayan greeting that recognizes the Divine in each living Being. It’s a message of Unity that reminds us that, when we give, we are also receiving. In this way, the Mayan honored and respected each other, reinforcing the belief that we are all interconnected: what we do to others and to our environment will also affect ourselves in the end…

Munay means both ‘Love’ and ‘Beauty’ in Quechua, the language of the Incas. Munay, translated as ‘To love’, is one of the three principles of the Andean way.

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To get in tune with the daily energies, you can check it on the Daily Tzolkin.

Not familiar with the Wavespells? Check here for a brief explanation including a chart with current dates.