“Trust your senses and listen: The tone is higher than the closest, the most distant is lower than that can form identifying the proximity of next and its speed”The Messenger
By Ariadne Gallardo Figueroa
Erandi meditated on hours before dawn:
In short, nothing is static and everything keeps a constant movement; the tide marks a sway in each retreat and advance, will that movement bring towards me sound evocations from the distant beach?
Everything is possible and I must be patient, I cannot get away from the Temple that is in my custody for a long time; the time has come to prepare my return.
The sky still conserved violet hues, the dawn began its passage towards the awakening of that morning for Erandi new and full of omens, grateful for everything she had achieved the night before where she managed to captivate the deities of her people with her magic and obtaining a response, she raised her arms again towards the horizon, exclaiming vehemently:
“In the movement of the waters and their enigmatic, transforming dance I have to receive three gifts thanks to your intervention highness Tláloc: Mixtli, (clouds); Itztlacoliuhqui, (snow); Ehécatl, (wind); In them I have to find all the answers that are necessary for me, from the breezes of the wind that attracts the clouds to the most longed-for answers.
Lord, you move the wind and help the awakening of all that is fertile, may your immense love for Mayah give life to the message that my envoy has to deliver; each Tlaloque transforms us and helps us understand this journey towards the eternal. “
Having said this, she directed her gaze towards the earth to lift her clay pot, but it had been transformed, definitively sealing the pact with the Gods:
The wind she stroked her long hair and played with some strands of Erandi, she recognized that mischievous and grateful game of Ehécatl, The Lord of the Wind.
She recognizes in the glyph the seal of the covenant and the hope of her people
Everything you are looking for in the word and its answers can be found in patience and if you know how to wait you will know what you need to know
Author´s note: All details about Aztec deities are part of historical mythology; Ehécatl if he was in love with a mortal whose name was Mayah, as the legend relates.
Glyph photograph with the representation of the deity of the Wind among the Aztecs