What can Xochipilli and Xochiquetzalli help us with?

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Wisdom is love. Xochipilli dwells in the world of love, music and beauty. His face rosy as the dawn and his blonde hair give him an ineffable and sublime infantile presence. Art is the positive expression of the mind. Intellect is the negative expression of the mind. All Adepts have cultivated the Fine Arts.

We can invoke Xochipilli on Fridays from 10:00 p.m. to Saturdays at 2:00 a.m. He makes the ‘Wheel of Retribution spin in favor of those who ask him and who also deserve it. Yet, he profits for every service, because he cannot violate the Law.

In the interior of the Temple of the Sun, the Ocelot Knights and the Cuauhtli Knights celebrated another ceremony on the first Thursday with the new moon; they attired themselves with helmets made with the shape of tiger and eagle heads, all of them wore on their necks tufts made with feathers of quetzalli, a symbol of the fight that they have to sustain against evil on the earth; they also held on one of their hands a bunch of roses and on the other a mace covered with tiger skin and eagle feathers, a symbol of power; they also had bracelets on their wrists and armors on their calves. There were dances and ritualistic chants in this ceremony, and one of the Tlamatinime (mirror honored in itself, an organ of contemplation, concentrate vision of the world of things) finished the ceremony with the following prayer: “Lord from whom we live, owner of the ‘near’ and of the faraway,’ we give you thanks with happiness for our Lord Quetzalcoatl, who with the sacrifice of his blood and his penance made your lift to enter within us. Make us strong as he is, make us happy as he is, and make us just as he is.”
“Let it be” was uttered by everybody in chorus.


Chapter 17. Aztec Christic Magic by Samael Aun Weor