Trouble in The Sky
|Stela 22 at Izapa:|
The Square-Nose Beastie on top of the Roof of the Sky.
There he sits on the sky top with his nose awry and his square eye.
Well, for one, he "ate the stars of the Milky Way" and made a path for the bees to attack the humans on earth. There are star-creatures in the "water" under the serpent-held-up "boat."
It would be great if we had a map of the event; or at least a visual portrayal of the event. But first we have to know from where the threat came to our earth. Then it would produce a sort of a time-line if the dates with no month names could ever become a good reference point.
View below is the direction the event came from. If the god is the Death God, then it must be from the Land of Dead in the west.
|Dresden -b Venus glph emerhing |
From the death headdress with bells
|Dresden-c: Venus glyph Man |
from Sun and Moon Eclipse
There is a person in the Bodley Codex of the Mixtecs, who traveled below the Equator. His name was Three Dog.
|Bodley Codice: 26-I Rght|
|Bodley Codex: 25-II Left|
|Bodley Codex: 4-II|
|Map of Tezacoalco and Apuala. Oxaca|
Benson Library at the University of Texas at Austin.
The round map that the star arc is attached to contains the nsme of the astronomer-cartographer, Three Dog. Both the central circular area and the star arc above it were officially approved by Church censors.
Therefore, in site of the mis-information given about the sky chart, both the land map and the sky chart are in the official map corpus of Mexico.
So we have one of the earlest historical sky charts of Mexico that agrees with the Bodley Codex. Who ever put it on top of the Apuala map wanted us to know the specific dates involved in the splitting of the land. With the new calendar calculations to be presented in this blog. Maybe the true date of the catastrophe can finally be known