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Tzolkin Calendar: The 20 Kin of the Tzolkin(page 11/14)

The 20 Kin represent the female expression of the day, the Envelope, the Womb of the Day.



In the illustration below, the 20 Kin appear according to the movement of the cell of time, in a cosmic dance in 4 times and 5 movements, 4x5 = 20.

The Kin of the present, in expression now is Kiej

The cycle of the 20 Kin is a heart beating, the Heart of Time.
(see also ''Time is alive: Heart of Time'')

Choose the Kin that you wish to view by clicking on the illustration. The detail is displayed under the illustration.

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Kiej

Kiej, Manik, Hand, Deer, the base of universe

Creation, production, protection, support, travel, discovery, orientation

Day of physical action

Element: Water
Color: Black or Blue
Direction: West
Animal: Deer, Horse
Body part: Hands
Opposite elements: Creation / Destruction

Stability, resistance, connection with nature and outer world, physic-mental-emotion-spirit balance, responsibility, protection of nature, romanticism, speech, message, advice

Shyness, hard character, culpability, pride

Kiej is the energy of realization. The physical process that creates new element in the nature

It is the time to accomplish what is needed for subsistence.
Kiej connects the four cardinal directions into potentialities like the four fingers with the thumb.

Kiej is the connection between the physical and mental worlds, he is the four pillars of the universe, the four legs of the deer and horse. He his the transformer of the physical world from mental vision.

Kiej is the guardian of the nature and living entities. Sacrificed elements have to be respected and thanked to balance the Universe.

Kiej also symbolizes the resistance, the physical power and the road of life. He is the time to prove his power, courage and resistance.

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