Huey Tozoztli Tarot Spread~~~The Xiuhpohualli (year count) is divided into 18 metztli/veintena or a period of 20 days. The current 20-day period is called,  Huey Tozoztli, "Great Perforation/Great Vigil/Long Vigil". This time is the first of a sequence marking the harvest, celebrating the tender maize plants, blessing the seed corn from the previous season for planting and venerating Chicomecoatl, "Seven Serpents" the embodiment of maize. Chicomecoatl is an older sister of the Tlaloque and was credited with making all food. She made maize, beans, amaranth and chia. She, along with her two sisters, Huixtochihuatl "Lady of Salt" and Chalchiuhtlicue "Jade her skirt" provided humanity with life's three essentials: food, salt and water.Chicomecoatl is associated with maize, food, fertility and the earth. She sometimes presides over the Seventh Trecena, Ce Quiauitl (one rain) with Tlaloc (Lord of Rain). When she appears as a young woman, she is Xilonen "Maize doll" and represents the first tender maize. As Chicomecoatl, she appears as a mature woman and represents the dried maize or already harvested crop.She is commonly pictured with red ochre on her face, wearing a  a large rectangular headdress "paper tower" with corn cobs on her headdress or in her hands. Sometimes she carries a sun shield.#aztecastrology#azteccalendar #indigeniouscalendar #aztecmythology #aztecmonth #metzli #nahuatlwords #nahuatlahtolli #mesoamericancalendar #mesoamericanspirituality #tarotreadersofinstagram #tarotspreads #tarotonline #tarotreaders#tarotcommunityofinstagram #oraclecommunityofinstagram #oraclereadersofinstagram #oraclespread #tarot #oracle #tarotcards #oraclecardspread #tarotcardspread #oraclecards #aztecdeities #chicomecoatl #xiuhpohualli #hueytozoztli #sevenserpents #maize

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Huey Tozoztli Tarot Spread~~~The Xiuhpohualli (year count) is divided into 18 metztli/veintena or a period of 20 days. The current 20-day period is called,  Huey Tozoztli, "Great Perforation/Great Vigil/Long Vigil". This time is the first of a sequence marking the harvest, celebrating the tender maize plants, blessing the seed corn from the previous season for planting and venerating Chicomecoatl, "Seven Serpents" the embodiment of maize. Chicomecoatl is an older sister of the Tlaloque and was credited with making all food. She made maize, beans, amaranth and chia. She, along with her two sisters, Huixtochihuatl "Lady of Salt" and Chalchiuhtlicue "Jade her skirt" provided humanity with life's three essentials: food, salt and water.Chicomecoatl is associated with maize, food, fertility and the earth. She sometimes presides over the Seventh Trecena, Ce Quiauitl (one rain) with Tlaloc (Lord of Rain). When she appears as a young woman, she is Xilonen "Maize doll" and represents the first tender maize. As Chicomecoatl, she appears as a mature woman and represents the dried maize or already harvested crop.She is commonly pictured with red ochre on her face, wearing a  a large rectangular headdress "paper tower" with corn cobs on her headdress or in her hands. Sometimes she carries a sun shield.#aztecastrology#azteccalendar #indigeniouscalendar #aztecmythology #aztecmonth #metzli #nahuatlwords #nahuatlahtolli #mesoamericancalendar #mesoamericanspirituality #tarotreadersofinstagram #tarotspreads #tarotonline #tarotreaders#tarotcommunityofinstagram #oraclecommunityofinstagram #oraclereadersofinstagram #oraclespread #tarot #oracle #tarotcards #oraclecardspread #tarotcardspread #oraclecards #aztecdeities #chicomecoatl #xiuhpohualli #hueytozoztli #sevenserpents #maize

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