If the Milky Way broke in half, and the sky fell down, as reported by the Aztecs, the half of the Milky Way they were traveling on was the that of the "beautiful rose tree." The other leg of the Via Lacta was the Tree of the Warrior (the constellation Orion.)
|Fig. 07: Dickenson, Terrence, (1998,109) Nightwatch: A Practical Guide to Viewing the Universe.|
Willowodale, Onatario, Canada: Firefly Books, Chart 10
Fig. 08: Earth's New "Tilt" 23.5 degrees north and 23.5 degrees south of the Equator
With the sun no longer struggling to shine while being half hidden by the Milky Way Stars.
|Fig. 09: The 90 degree change between |
our Summer and Peru's Summer Triangle
That is a difficult thing for us to understand because we see two separate spirals (so we thought) of the Via Lacta. When, in fact, there is only one spiral involved with the planet Earth.
The passengers in the canoe were going around the earth, until the sky fell. Then they were heading northward, carrying the Howler Monkey (the sounds of a comet/meteorite coming in low on the horizon) from his northwestern home in the sky. Xolotl, (or Xbalenque) the other half of the double comet will sacrifice himself and fall into the sea, in order to save the sun. The Iguana will remain with its tail in the earth and his head in the heavens, while the Maize God will make sure that the survivors will have food by his rebirth, until lthe crops will grow again in drier soil. Seven Macaw with supply the Twins of the PV with the debris (his turquoise teeth) while other differently named gods and goddesses with do the same for other tribes in the area.
Did anyone notice that the Fisherfolk in the Milky Way (estuary) supplied their BOAT for the travelers? The Paddler Gods are no longer in the broken canoe which moved forward and then backward (to and fro) as the Milky Way as they knew it broke apart