6 Vulture (Ajmaq or Cib): Meaning of the Mayan Nahual
Riding the air currents without flapping its wings, the vulture takes life easy. It waits for things to come to it.
So Vulture is a day to take it easy and not be overly aggressive. Vulture days are associated with the ancestors, a good time to thank them for watching over us and to ask for guidance
Meaning of the Number
The coefficient 6 is one step before the middle of the 13-day trecena. It is well balanced and strong. However, some Kaqchikel and Ki'che' Maya disagree on the esoteric meanings.
The Kaqchikel consider 6 days as bringing life experiences or challenges that lead, hopefully, to learning, while the Ki'che' offer more positive meanings to the number.
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