Hueytecuilhuitontli Tarot Spread~~~The Xiuhpohualli (year count) is divided into 18 metztli/veintena or a period of 20 days. The 20-day period Hueytecuilhuitontli, "Great Festival/Great Feast of the Lords," comes after Tecuilhuitontli. This time honors Xilonen, "Maize Doll" the Lady of Young Maize. She embodies the young and tender maize.Xilonen, along with Centeotl, "Dried Ear of Maize" and Chicomecoatl ,"Seven Serpents" represent the cycle of sprouting and harvesting maize. Xilonen represents the earliest maize of the summer; Cinteotl is the ripened ears of maize at the height of harvest and Chicomecoatl stands for the seed maize preserved for planting the next year’s crop.Her teotl is associated with fertility and growth. She is commonly depicted with two ears of maize, sometimes on her back, as part of her headdress or in her hands. She is known for the distinctive tassels on her headdress and is dressed and adorned in red.~~~#aztecgoddess#aztecastrology #aztecmonth #azteccalendar #aztecdeities#aztecfestival #aztecmythology #xiuhpohualli #xilonen #Hueytecuilhuitontli #metzli #nahuatlwords#nahuatl #nahuatlahtolli #nahuatllanguage #tarotspreads #tarotreadersofinstagram #tarotcommunityofinstagram #oraclecommunityofinstagram #oraclespread #oraclecommunity #oraclereadersofinstagram #indigeniouscalendar

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Hueytecuilhuitontli Tarot Spread~~~The Xiuhpohualli (year count) is divided into 18 metztli/veintena or a period of 20 days. The 20-day period Hueytecuilhuitontli, "Great Festival/Great Feast of the Lords," comes after Tecuilhuitontli. This time honors Xilonen, "Maize Doll" the Lady of Young Maize. She embodies the young and tender maize.Xilonen, along with Centeotl, "Dried Ear of Maize" and Chicomecoatl ,"Seven Serpents" represent the cycle of sprouting and harvesting maize. Xilonen represents the earliest maize of the summer; Cinteotl is the ripened ears of maize at the height of harvest and Chicomecoatl stands for the seed maize preserved for planting the next year’s crop.Her teotl is associated with fertility and growth. She is commonly depicted with two ears of maize, sometimes on her back, as part of her headdress or in her hands. She is known for the distinctive tassels on her headdress and is dressed and adorned in red.~~~#aztecgoddess#aztecastrology #aztecmonth #azteccalendar #aztecdeities#aztecfestival #aztecmythology #xiuhpohualli #xilonen #Hueytecuilhuitontli #metzli #nahuatlwords#nahuatl #nahuatlahtolli #nahuatllanguage #tarotspreads #tarotreadersofinstagram #tarotcommunityofinstagram #oraclecommunityofinstagram #oraclespread #oraclecommunity #oraclereadersofinstagram #indigeniouscalendar

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