Hunab-Ku

$1,200.00 pesos M.N.

Digital painting resembling a watercolour reproduced on water colour paper Size (W x H): 48cm x 33cm (19in x 13in)

5 in stock

Description

This is an envisioning of a power event at the Pyramid Of Kukulkan on the winter solstace in 2012 – the day the Mayan long count expired, and the cycle reset. This pyramid served as a temple to the Mayan god Kukulkan (the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl).

 

Hovering above the pyramid can be seen Hunab-Ku – an Aztec symbol representing the One Being. It encompasses all opposites in the universe, and unites them as one: male and female, dark and light, conscious and unconscious, internal and external, etc. A Mesoamerican version of yin and yang.

 

On the left, an ethereal group of Aztec dancers have materialised to perform the transformation ritual, while the calendar appears on the right, with lines of force energising it for the new cycle of about 5,000 years.

 

Digital painting resembling a watercolour reproduced on water colour paper Size (W x H): 48cm x 33cm (19in x 13in)

 

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