According to the Popol Vuh, the Mayan creation story, the Supreme God and ultimate Creator emerged from the limitless void and resides in the center of the Milky Way galaxy. It was the One Giver of Boundaries and Energy, organizing all matter into stars and planets from a whirling disk. It represented the gateway to other galaxies beyond our Sun as well as all of the consciousness that has ever existed in this, our own galaxy.

For the Mayans, Hunab Ku is also the consciousness which organized all matter from a whirling disk – into stars, planets and solar systems. Hunab Ku is the Mother Womb which is constantly giving birth to new stars and it gave birth to our own Sun and planet Earth as well as the other planets found in our solar system. They also believed that the ultimate Creator directs everything that happens in our galaxy from its center through the emanation of periodic energy bursts of consciousness.

In all traditions the teaching is always given, either from the “tree” of from the mountain.

“Hunab Ku was known to the Mayans as The Galactic Butterfly. Their entire cosmology and extremely accurate calendars were based on the existence and location of Hunab Ku and they deeply believed that the future of mankind ultimately depends on what occurs there.” John Ennis

Itzamná, is the first teacher who brought wisdom to the land of the Maya, as well as Kukulkán, the feathered serpent and master of love and wisdom, and IxCheel/Ix Mukane, who represents the Sacred Feminine, Mother Nature, and the Heart of the Earth.

These great teachers, representing Father, Son and Mother, are the Maya Forces of Creation. Kukulkhan-Quezalcoatl-plumed serpent, like a time wave emanates from HUNAB KU. Galactic center, descends to earth on the winter’s soltice.

The Maya were profoundly accurate astronomers. At the end of their long count calendar, the earth and sun align on the galactic plane with the center of the galaxy. The sun sits in the dark rift, the birth canal of the First Mother. signaling the rebirth of the Father Creator and the beginning of the New Age.

The Pyramid of Kulkulkan at Chitzen Itza represents the structure of the universe with nine physical tiers or dimensions topped by three more higher planes of the Gods. The human sacrifice upon the temple from the platform on top, the soul of the warrior, represented by the extracted heart, is offered to the deity, returned to heaven while the body is thrown down to the earth.