Original on canvas, SOLD
To many Native Americans, the 13 cycles of the moon represent the changing seasons and the passage of time.
Many Native Americans share the knowledge of the thirteen moons. The number 13 represents change. It cleans and purifies. 13 is the number of skies for the Aztecs. The Sumerian’s used a zodiac including 13 constellations and 26 main stars. It is said that the weight of the soul in ounces is 13.
The Owl is the symbol of the feminine, the Moon and the night. The owl is the bird of magic and darkness, of prophecy and wisdom. Owl brings the gifts of ancient wisdom, intuition, keen observation, the energies of silence, hidden knowledge, night vision, clairaudience, and the energy of the oracle.
Orange: The color orange is optimistic and extroverted – the color of the uninhibited. Orange helps to restore balance to our physical energies. It helps us take account of our lives, to face the consequences, take action and make appropriate changes, and then to move onward and upward. Orange has a more balanced energy than red, not as passionate and aggressive, but full of vitality.
Blue: Communication – Blue relates to one-to-one verbal communication and self expression.
Peace and calm: The color blue induces calm and peace within us, particularly the deeper shades.
Honesty: Blue is the color of truth.
Religion: Blue is the color of devotion and religious study.
Wisdom: Blue enhances the wisdom of the intellect.
The Color Gold:
Success: gold relates to achievement and victory.
Wealth: gold implies affluence, material wealth and extravagance.
Prestige and luxury: gold is associated with sophistication, elegance, value, quality and status.
Enlightenment: gold, at its highest level, inspires knowledge, spirituality and a deep understanding of the self and the soul.
Compassion: caring, loving, generous and giving, gold is the benefactor or patron.
Generosity: gold loves to share its wisdom, knowledge and wealth with others.