Today's card is Chicome Topilli, Seven of Staffs, equivalent to the Seven of Wands in the standard tarot. In this card we see a young warrior protecting himself from six staffs, suggesting hostility and combat. The warrior stands in a privileged position, for his helmet has the shape of an eagle, the spiritual animal of Tonatiuh, revealing divine protection in his favor. This condition provokes envy in other people who seek access to his privilege through violence.
The warrior, protected, capable, must protect his achievements, his work and his space armed only with a staff decorated with a flower and the glyph of jewels, demonstrating his ability and his inclination for wisdom and beauty.
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Brigitte Bardot noir et blanc
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Delegación Cuauhtemoc (1972-73) in Mexico City, Mexico, by Abraham Zabludovsky, Jaime Ortiz Monasterio & Luis Antonio Zapiain. Photo by Julius Shulman.
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Vacation looks good on ya
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@jaimeblancarte Cdmx, 2021
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Tlaquepaque, Mexico Nov 2021
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My calendar for 2022 is still available!
The months of this calendar are accompanied by images of my art that illustrate the divinities and rituals corresponding to each of them. You can find it in both its Spanish and English versions in my Etsy store! Click here!
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Black Cat sitting in a box at an old bookstore in Mexico City (2016)
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Can't live without coffee...
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Texas: we have outlawed abortion.
Mexico running up with a folding chair:
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Art by @malditoperrito.
Perrito is such a great Mexican artist, please follow him on Twitter.
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Day of the Dead drones in Mexico City 💀.
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Hey! Just a quick reminder that Cinco de Mayo is not widely celebrated in Mexico, nor is it Mexican Independence Day. Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s victory in a battle against the French in 1862, in what is known as the Battle of Puebla, and it is only celebrated... well, in Puebla and in the US by white people who would probably yell at me to go back to my country if they ever caught me speaking Spanish in their presence.
Now if y’all still want to honor Mexico in this day, you might not be aware of the train that collapsed on Mexico City during the night on May 3th due to governmental negligence, which left several people gravelly injured and some people sadly passed away. They were all working class, and they don’t have the resources to pay their medical bills, and the government is not being helpful at all with their situation. Here’s an article about it and how you can help.
Also here are some links about what’s happening in Colombia and Latin America as a whole.
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