Cempoalxochitl Tarot Spread~~~This spread is for the Cempoalxochitl (20 petaled) flower, whose vibrant color and potent scent is used to lead the ancestors from the land of the dead into the home during Dia de Muertos. The story of the Cempoalxochitl begins with two children, Xochitl (flower) and Huitzilin (hummingbird) who shared a deep bond. They would climb the mountain to offer flowers and pray to Tonatiuh (Sun God) and in turn Tonatiuh would bathe them in warmth and bless the pair. With time, Xochitl and Huitzilin's bond grew deeper and stronger as they fell in love. Blessed by the rays of Tonatiuh, they swore to love each other for all time.Then war came and Huitzilin left to fight for his people. Word came to Xochitl that Huitzilin, wounded in battle, had died. Xochitl in her grief, ran to the top of the mountain and begged Tonatiuh to reunite her with her beloved Huitzilin. Tonatiuh moved by her prayers, touched her with a glowing ray of sunlight and turned her into a flower the color of the bursting sun, the Cempoalxochitl. In turn, Huitzilin was reborn as a Huitzacatzin/Huitzilin (hummingbird). Cempoalxochitl, her twenty petals remained closed until one day a curious Huitzacatzin landed on the flower and suddenly all twenty petals burst open with her radiant scent; the pair reunited once again.~~~Deck: Jade Oracle#nahuatlpractice #nahuatl#nahuatllanguage #nahuatlwords #diadelosmuertos #diademuertos #cempoalxóchitl #cempasuchil #huitzilin #dayofthedead #marigold #hummingbird #tarotreader #tarot #tarotreadersofinstagram #tarotspread #oraclereader #oracle #oraclecardreading #oraclecards #oracledeck #jadeoracle #jadeoraclereadings #jadeoraclecards #jadeoracledeck #oraclereadersofinstagram

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Cempoalxochitl Tarot Spread~~~This spread is for the Cempoalxochitl (20 petaled) flower, whose vibrant color and potent scent is used to lead the ancestors from the land of the dead into the home during Dia de Muertos. The story of the Cempoalxochitl begins with two children, Xochitl (flower) and Huitzilin (hummingbird) who shared a deep bond. They would climb the mountain to offer flowers and pray to Tonatiuh (Sun God) and in turn Tonatiuh would bathe them in warmth and bless the pair. With time, Xochitl and Huitzilin's bond grew deeper and stronger as they fell in love. Blessed by the rays of Tonatiuh, they swore to love each other for all time.Then war came and Huitzilin left to fight for his people. Word came to Xochitl that Huitzilin, wounded in battle, had died. Xochitl in her grief, ran to the top of the mountain and begged Tonatiuh to reunite her with her beloved Huitzilin. Tonatiuh moved by her prayers, touched her with a glowing ray of sunlight and turned her into a flower the color of the bursting sun, the Cempoalxochitl. In turn, Huitzilin was reborn as a Huitzacatzin/Huitzilin (hummingbird). Cempoalxochitl, her twenty petals remained closed until one day a curious Huitzacatzin landed on the flower and suddenly all twenty petals burst open with her radiant scent; the pair reunited once again.~~~Deck: Jade Oracle#nahuatlpractice #nahuatl#nahuatllanguage #nahuatlwords #diadelosmuertos #diademuertos #cempoalxóchitl #cempasuchil #huitzilin #dayofthedead #marigold #hummingbird #tarotreader #tarot #tarotreadersofinstagram #tarotspread #oraclereader #oracle #oraclecardreading #oraclecards #oracledeck #jadeoracle #jadeoraclereadings #jadeoraclecards #jadeoracledeck #oraclereadersofinstagram

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