A podcast to accompany the February 2021 Ix (Jaguar) trecena in the Horoscope Blog, the second trecena in the current cycle. This podcast touches on many of the topics included in the Maya Count-of-Days Horoscope blog for Feb. 11-23, 2021, but includes additional material as well. This Episode 24 podcast was published shortly after the trecena began and contains comments related to symbolism associated with this time frame, as well as providing an overview of important energies and events associated with this time period.
It begins with a brief commentary on the two trecenas leading up to this, covering the Biden/Harris inauguration and first few days in office, and the Mars missions, and then transitions into the current 13-day period.
This trecena marks a return of energies that were in place during the 2016 election (six cycles ago), and during the Black Lives Matter protests (one cycle ago). This podcast includes highlights from the recently published Lancet report on the repercussions of the 2016 election (with regard to the last few years). It also highlights a number of other important events that have taken place under these energy influences in the past, with 5 Etz’nab being particularly consequential. This podcast includes comments on the 2021 impeachment trial in the US Senate, and a review of several special days and special events that are coinciding with this time frame. These include Rio de Janeiro’s Carnival and Blocao, Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day, Mardi Gras in New Orleans, and President’s Day in the US. The Arts Workers Unite initiative is also highlighted. More information on that can be found at beanartshero.com
The “Have a Heart” collection mentioned in the podcast can be found at https://www.justdriftingart.com/Pages/haveaheart.html
The poet mentioned near the end of the podcast was James Russell Lowell, with lines from his poem “The Present Crisis“.
An introduction to the workings of the Maya Calendar can be found in Episode One of this podcast series.
Music excerpt: “Adding the Sun”
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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