Tz'i' is the day of authority. It is the material and spiritual authority.
Us, all the beings who live on the face of the Earth, we are ruled by two laws
: the Divine Law and the Natural Law.
We are living under those rules of obedience,
fraternity and respect of the authorities, masters, ancestors, elderly people,
and our parents. The Tz'i' is the authority and the symbol of authority is the
Stick of power. Our duty is to be obedient and not rebel. We can't disrespect
the right of our brothers and sisters, the right of our ancestors and less the
Yucatan : Ok
Color : White
Orientation : North
Dog, game, friendship, authority, faithfulness, day of
Tz'i' is the law, the authority, the justice, the faithfulness and the order.
It is the protector of the material and spiritual law ; it represents the order
and the accuracy. It is the interpretation of the known and unknown.
Tz'i' symbolizes the sign of the law and the authority, on an Earth plan as well as on a cosmic
plan ; it is the justice and it is the day which brings the truth to light.
These authorities are the first parents (ancestors) who gave us those laws,
based on the harmony of Mother Nature. They find their energy in natural places
like the altars or pyramids.
Transparency and value of the word.
The ceremonies which are carried out on a day Tz'i' are for the negative forces
not to triumph, and for the authority to get mysticism, vision and understanding
for a good application of the justice ; to beg for pardon for the evil thoughts ;
for the wrong use of the resources coming from Mother Nature. Tz'i' is a day
to ask for solutions to legal problems and for the divine intervention to obtain
solutions to any kind of issue ; to be in spiritual and material balance.
- kablajuj Tz'i' (12 Tz'i'), day of work of the midwife.
The person born on a day Tz'i' was conceived on a day Iq' and his/her destiny will
be ruled by a day Tijax. They possess the virtue of intervening in favour of
people, of correcting the mistakes, of undoing the knots in which people can
be trapped, of healing from the pains and from the evil. They are meant to become
Ajq'ij. As representative of the Creation on the Earth, they have to make justice
be applied and respected. Their biggest handicap is their pride.
The addictions are the worst enemies of their life. Their sanity can
only result of a persistent fight to find their essence and become themselves
and cut with all the vicious circles of their life.
Friendly, respected, balanced, fair, lawyer and judge ; faithful, pleasant,
strategic, romantic, sensitive, sensible, idealist.
They want to apply their own law and impose it to others.
They need advice and protection from the Ajq'ij.
The Mayan Cross of the TZ’I’
The person born on a day Tz'i' is conceived on a day Iq' and his/her destiny
is ruled by Tijax. They bring benefits and prosperity to the whole community.
are lucky in love, although they can easily change their relationships.
The energy of their conception, Iq', gives them lots of
imagination ; sometimes they don't make the difference between their
imagination and the reality. They have to orientate this quality
towards the art.
The K'at (the web), on their right side, brings them knots
and problems. They have to learn not to rule other people's lives,
and this way the web will help them get what they want.
The Ajmaq, on their left side, makes them come closer
to spirituality and it develops their vision, intuition and gives
them divine skilled and gifts. It attracts them good
position on a social and economical plan.
The energy of their destiny, Tijax, helps them withdraw
all that can cause them pain or all that represents a shadow on
their way. It gives them the power of cutting the negative energies.