Synchronicity often streaks through astrological readings I record for clients from these places of power and, sure enough, as I was describing the evolutionary alchemy of Scorpio as the Snake who sheds her skin, I was led to an ancient painting of a serpent.
What was it with Stick Man? Was it that he seemed to be accompanied by a ringed planet? Was it the strange white rakish glyph above that seemed to be painted at a different time? Was it that, on closer inspection, this Stick Man seemed to have four legs? None of the above. It took me a minute, but I realized that this glyph was another synchronicity smiling at my Scorpio rap. I realized that Stick Man could be a different way to draw Scorpius.
Modern astronomy teaches that there is a super massive black hole found at the center of all spiral galaxies, including the Milky Way. Does the vortex geometry of Hunab Ku not suggest the Mayans were hip to this knowledge?
Love, Planets, and Mystery,
P.S. - Stick Man might be an Aliklik version of Squatter Man, which was drawn all over the globe and has been reproduced in the laboratory by plasma physicist Anthony L. Peratt. I looked into that mystery a bit during my Songs in the Key of Seas presentation, which you can view here.