In Memory, Ian Xel Lungold, 12 Sun/Ahau
January 26, 1949 – November 16, 2005
11 Sun/Ahau (Cherokee, Flower/Gun’tsi)
Galactic Tone 11: Resolution; 11 assists every new thing to find it’s place in the universe in the process of ‘fitting in.’ some modifications must occur. Eleven is the energy of dynamic actions facilitating change, simplification and improvement.
Sun/Ahau: Day of the ancestors and connection to their guidance. The divine face of the sun – lord, musician, singer, dancer, and marksman. Suns are artistic, heroic athletes, visionaries with wise judgement who lead and defend the people. So much is expected from themselves and by other people that unfulfilled expectations are a certainty. An accumulation of these disappointments may lead Sun to evade responsibitilities, not accept corrections and even build resentment and disdain towards others. Suns should simiplify their lives to be able to rise and shine with unconditional love once again.
Cherokee, Flower/GUN’TSI EK: Symbol is the Sun, place of abode of Great Spirit. The Sun creates, nurtures and is the super communicator, the way station that relays messages and energy from other stars in the galaxy; provides energy for channeling information from the Ancestors; speaking the Living Language of Light, which ignites the consciousness in others. Gold is the color of courage and opportunity of wealth. Creative arts, master craftsman expressing divinity and wisdom through their creations. The face of the flower follows the Sun gathering the fire of creativity, illuminating harmony and balance, resonating peace and continuity within the human spirit. This is the Sign of the Chalice of the Infinite, Caldron of Creation.
In Memory of Ian Xel Lungold
November 16, 2015 marks the 10th anniversary since the passing of Ian Lungold, the teacher who inspired my first connection with the Mayan Calendar. During the mid-1990’s, it became Ian’s mission to create a Conversion Codex for the Mayan Calendar. His search lead him on an important journey to Guatemala where he met with Grand Elder of the Living Maya, Don Alejandro Cirilo Perez, 13th Generation Quiche Mayan High Priest, shaman and elder. Alejandro verified that the calendar count of the codex was correct as per the Maya. Dr. Carl J. Calleman’s study of the Mayan Calendar was also an influence in Ian’s research, and the two became fellow associates in their pursuit of understanding.
Ian’s life passion was to share his knowledge and the significance of the Mayan calendar as a living tool upon which we can realize a deeper connection with one another, and to experience the significance of our place in space and time.
Lungold founded Mayan Majix (mayanmajix.com) in 1998 with the collaboration of Mike Shore, a 3D artist and trained behavioral scientist with a keen interest in the Maya. Shore became Ian’s web developer and together they worked to feature information on the Mayan Calendar. Shore continues to support Ian’s mission through his ongoing work shared via http://www.mayanmajix.com.
It is interesting to note that Ian followed in the footsteps of his Great, Great, Great Grandfather, Johnnie Appleseed (John Chapman). Chapman traveled the frontier planting seeds and distributing tracts of Swedenborg’s spiritual writings, ‘door to cabin door.’ Ian’s birth sign on the Mayan Calendar is 12 Sun/Ahau. See Ian Xel Lungold’s Story
On the Galactic Tone of 11, we are reminded of the dynamic changes that are born upon the wisdom of our Ancestors.
To all my relations, may we give thanks to all the teachers and way showers who bring forward the wisdom of our ancestors, so that we may remember the proven and worthy tools that may serve to guide us still.
in lak’ech, i am another you
Jaguar Woman, 9 Eagle/MEN
Video message from Don Alejandro Cirilo Perez, 13th Generation Quiche Mayan High Priest.