Pilgrimages to the sacred sites of Ixchel and Quetzalcoatl

 

 

A pilgrimage is a journey to a sacred place. This can be physical, going to a sacred site as well as internal, going deep inside to the sacred place of our existence.

In our pilgrimages, we combine the journey to both inner and outer sacred space.

We visit the sacred places of Quetzalcoatl/ Kukulkan as a manifestation of the inner sacred masculine and the sacred places of Ixchel, as a manifestation of the inner sacred feminine.

Now, more than ever, there is a personal and collective need to be a pilgrim. 

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The sacred path of Ixchel

 

   

Ixchel is waiting for you, to step into the more evolved version of yourself. 

Let's resurrect her, reviving the ancestral habits of pilgrimage to their mayan divine Mother. 

The pilgrimage is 7 days, from 16-22 march 2021. 

Isla Mujeres

 

Isla Mujeres, the island of the women, is a small, beautiful island of the shores of Cancún. At the most southern part is the temple of Ixchel. This is the place where the first rays of sun hit the mayan lands every morning. 

In ancient times, mayan men and women came in their canoes to the Goddess Ixchel to show their gratefulness and ask for guidance and new life. 

Xel Ha

 

Xel Ha means, where the water is born. It used to be an important port for the Mayans.

The little temple is next to a huge cenote, what is a sink hole. The cenotes were very important for the mayans as entrances to the underworld or Xibalba.

This temple has a very feminine aspect and allows us to enter in our feminine interior space. 

Tulum

 

The walled city of Tulum, what used to be called Zamná, was a very important port for the Mayans as well as an important ceremonial center.

It is also known as an energetic vortex and that is surely palpable.

Ixchel has her temple in front of the Castle of Quetzalcoatl/ Kukulkan. 

 

 

 

Muyil

 Muyil is a sacred site in the biosphere of Sian Ka'an, meaning "origen of the sky". 

The archeological site is surrounded by 2 precious blue lagoons. 

The architecture and feel of Muyil is very similar to the amazingly important temple site Tikal in Guatemala. It used the "primary school" of the to be priestesses who later went to Tikal. 

Ek Balam

 Ek Balam in the Mayan language means black star jaguar. 

This archeological site is very powerful, as its name reveals. 

It used to be a political entity with a lot of wealth and prosperity. 

In this sacred place, we have the possibility to combine our sacred masculine and feminine. 

Chichen Itza

 Chichen Itza means Well of the water sourceres. 

The main temple of Quetzalcoatl/ Kukulkan is built on top of a huge cenote or sacred sinkhole. 

On both days of the spring and autumn equinox in march and september, we can see the feathered serpent come down from the sky, fertilizing the earth with the rays of sun of the sungod Ahau. 

 

 

 

We are living exciting times, times of the resurrection of the feminine. 

Join the community of priestesses of Ixchel. 

She is waiting for you. 

 

The sacred path of Quetzalcoatl 

 

 

The sacred path of Quetzalcoatl is a pilgrimage to the important sacred sites of the life of C' Acatl Topiltzin Quetzalcoatl, the avatar of the toltec, aztec and mayan people. 

We go on pilgrimage at the exact days of the solar zenit as these sacred places are perfectly aligned with these cosmical happenings. 

7 days of pilgrimage 18-24 july 2020.

Amatlan de Quetzalcoatl

 

Amatlan de Quetzalcoatl is the birthplace of C'Acatl Topiltzin Quetzalcoatl, our revered prince. 

The legend tells that his mother Chimalma was a Chichimeca princess. She swallowed a jade stone and became pregnant of Topiltzin. He was born from her flank. 

Tepozteco

 

The Tepozteco is a ceremonial site of the aztecs. It is on the top of a high mountain in Tepoztlan, the village next to Amatlan, where Quetzalcoatl was born. 

Tepoztlan is a beautiful small village with a lot of indigenous people and it is considered an energy vortex. 

Xochicalco

 

Xochicalco is considered the university of the ancient aztecs. Topiltzin Quetzalcoatl was educated in astronomy, filosopphy, mathematics and religion in this place. 

In Xochicalco, he was prepared profoundly to step into his political and spiritual leader role. 

 

 

 

Tula

 

C' Acatl Topiltzin Quetzalcoatl founded the city of Tula and brought a time of splendor for the Toltecs. It was one of the most important prehispanic cities of Mesoamerica and had a big influence over the surrounding cities. 

What's impressive is the huge statues, called the atlantes. 

Teotihuacan

 

Teotihuacan is one of the most impressive cities of prehispanic culture.

Apart from the impressive temple of the sun and moon, there is the temple of Quetzalcoatl, built in honor to the deity Quetzalcoatl or feathered serpent. 

Cuicuilco

 

Cuicuilco is known to be one of the most ancient temples of Mexico. It's also very special because of its circular structure. 

In Cuicuilco started the first solar calender from the olmec people. 

The circular temple was dedicated to the deity of Quetzalcoatl

The return of Quetzalcoatl, as he promised, is real. It is happening now and we are part of this shift. 

We, as conscious human beings, are the connection between heaven and earth. 

It is our mission and responsability to activate these power centers on earth. 

Together, we create this new earth.