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Raven Hunab Ku Design
The Hunab Ku is also known as the Cosmic Butterfly, Galactic Butterly and Toltecayotl in the Mesoamerican cultures. This symbol has design concepts similar to the well-known Yin Yang symbol of Asian origin. The spiraling motion is necessary vibration, just as all Creations stories begin with the Word, Sound, Logos, etc. Within the whole is the polarity of light and dark held within one Sacred Circle. Polarity of energy charge is necessary to create all forms of physical matter. Matter, mater originally meaning mother, requires electric and magnetic charges (electromagnetism) to give birth to atoms, molecules and objects. Behind this form is the Flower of Life, the pattern of creation according to most interpretations. And the beginning of the Flower of Life is the first circle, then the two that create the Vesica Pisces — the Birth Portal of all life. The Vesica Pisces is subtle in this design, holding the “eye of god” in the center of it’s almond shape as the Hunab Ku.
Raven shown as black and white with the Sun in its beak is inspired by the Pacific Northwest Coastal tribal stories of the Raven stealing the Sun to bring Light to the people. This story is an analogy for compassion and trickster spirit of the Raven shining light in the darkness for the people to see. Raven begins as all white, and is transformed by his gift to Hue-manity. In physics, it takes white light and a dark/black background to create rainbows. This art is also inspired by synchronicity from Damiel, founder of Innerstate 1111 and Lucid Lighthouse.