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THE OLDEST TOTEMIC ANCESTORS OF THE WELSH

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THE OLDEST TOTEMIC ANCESTORS OF THE WELSH

 

 

                                                                  The Oldest Totemic Ancestors of the Welsh are teachers of the mysteries and guardians on the inner paths in the Great Cycle of Self-Knowing, Transformation, Evolution and Healing in the work with the Goddess and with Avalon, the Holy Celtic Island in which King Arthur is resting and awaiting his new apparition, in the British Islands, the Islands of Brigit and Anna, and all the world too, to remember us the Path of the Goddess, the path of the Holy Femenine, the path of Love, Wisdom and Peace, the only one with which we will  health the planet and ourselves at the same time.

 

THE BLACKBIRD OF CILGWRI

 

MYTH: Blackbird had lived so long she was able to shrink an unworked blacksmith’s anvil to the size of a nut solely by pecking at it every night.

 

SYMBOLISM: Blackbird, the Otherworldly Messenger that call us to the quest, reminds us to listen to the voice of our inner Divinity.

 

ASPECT OF THE QUEST: Descending into the unconscious with the aim of getting to the core of the matter, eroding any obstacle preventing us from seeking our Center.

 

CORRESPONDENCES: The Station of Descent in the Avalonian Cycle of Healing; the Lower World.

 

THE STAG OF REDYNVRE

 

MYTH: Of the race older than Blackbird, Stag had lived so long as to witness the growth of an oak from a sapling to a mighty tree of one hundred banches, which then declined and died living only a withered stump.

 

SYMBOLISM: Stag represents the fertile potential of the Land and the stilness of Sovereignity that lies within.

 

ASPECT OF THE QUEST: Uprooting the shadow aspects of the self that once fed upon our personal energy, and sent out tendrils of lower-self influence into our lives; death of the old self.

 

CORRESPONDENCES: The Station of Confrontation in the Avalonian Cycle of Healing; the Middle World; the Realm of Land.

 

THE OWL OF CWM CAWLWYD

 

MYTH: Of the race of animals older than Stag, Owl saw three successive periods of uproot and reforestation of a wooded glen.

 

SYMBOLISM: Owl teaches us to see past the darkness of illusion to find truth and to bold fast to our convictions.

 

ASPECT OF THE QUEST: Creating new growth from that which is old and outmoded. Transformation of the self  thorugh the initiatory process of the triple rebirth.

 

CORRESPONDENCES: The Station of Emergence in the Avalonian Cycle of Healing; the Middle World; the Realm of Sea.

 

 

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THE EAGLE OF GWERN ABWY

 

MYTH: Of the race of animals older than Owl, Eagle witnessed the transformation over time of a Stone which was once so tall he could stand upon it and peck at the stars every evening to something just a span high.

 

SYMBOLISM: Eagle reminds us of the brightness of our potential and the new perspective that accompanies the quest for the actualized self.

 

ASPECT OF THE QUEST: Attaining the summit and achieving one’s goals. While we cannot remain forever at the top, for the Wheel will turn around and down once again, we bring our gifts with us, so that the peak of our next summit will be higher yet.

 

CORRESPONDENCES: The Station of Resolution in the Avalonian Cycle of Healing; the Middle World; the Realm of Sky.

 

THE SALMON OF LLYN LLYW

 

MYTH: The oldest of all animals. Salmon was once almost captured for food by Eagle, with whom he then entered into battle before making peace. On one of his journeys upriver made with every tide, Salmon discovered the locations of Mabon’s prison and was able to bring Arthur’s men to free the boy.

 

SYMBOLISM: Salmon brings revelations of wisdom and connection to the essence of divinity that transcends all Worlds and Realms.

 

ASPECT OF THE QUEST: Freeing and aspect of Sovereignity from the prison of the shadow by succesfully navigating the currents of the Unconscious and conquering the impulses of ego.

 

CORRESPONDENCES: The Station of Integration in the Avalonian Cycle of Healing; the Upper World.

                                                                  As ancient as these animals may have been, only Salmon, the eldest and wisest of them all, knew the whereabouts of Mabon. Because of this, it may be that Modron and Her son existed before then all, reinforcing the notion that They are a primal Diad: the Ancestral Creatix and her Divine Son. In the creation stories of many cultures, the Primordial Mound is the first formation to rise out of the watery abyss. It seems fitting in many ways, therefore, that in seeking to reclaim the pre-Christian name of Chalice Hill, the name Modron’s Mound was chosen: the Mound of the Mother.

 

                                                                  I have extracted this information from the book: Avalon Within, written by Jhenah Telyndru.

 

María Sánchez-Villacañas de Toro

 

Clinical, Energetic and Spiritual Psychologist

Astrologer. Kabalist. Trainer. Writer

Spiritual Healer by Archetypes

Akhasic Records reader

Reader and creatix of Oracles

Priestess of the Moon, the Goddess and Avalon

Sacred and conscious journeys leader

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