Ayekah The Damned
Other books of ELEMENTALS - The Series in progress
Paranormal - Approx. 50K words
Note to readers
Mythology and HistoryIn book one, Ayekah The Damned, most of Ayekah and Haya's journey occurs during Maya's time. A male-dominated society when males' experience and language were deemed factual and analytical and the female's as social and emotional; the male journey as conquest and the female's reclaiming her voice, spirit, and healing.
Haya’s mentor, the Mardi– a mystical and sacred being – is significant in the entire series. Later also the Two Pastoras; two women joined back-to-back. Much of the series has some connections to holy writs, mythology, and history.
About the name Ayekah: as in Genesis 3:9. After Adam and Eve ate from the forbidden tree, God asked Adam, “where are you” which is “ayeka” in Hebrew. Also, as referred to in “watchers, holy ones,” and other writs about fallen angels, as they “fell” after they became “enamored” of human women.
In Mayan mythology, Ayekah is akin to Itzamna, an upper god and creator deity thought to reside in the sky and represented by the aged god D who married Ix Chel. Mayans became known as the naked eye astronomers because of their ability to accurately chronicle, assimilate, and compute eclipses, lunations, and rotation cycles.
About the name Haya: Haya, the virgin, is akin to Samael’s counterpart Lilith. She seduces angels and can mean; “to live” or “have life,” or “to give” or “restore life” (Genesis 25:6, Joshua 3:10), “lively” (2 Samuel 23:20), and “reviving” (Genesis 18:10, 2 Kings 4:16). Nashiym, the Lilim, seduced the watchers. Samael’s counterpart and a mother of demons is seen seducing the fallen angels as Naamah; after the fall, they had daughters: “Wholly new in the Kabbalistic concept of Lilith is her appearance as the permanent partner of Samael, queen of the realm of the forces of evil (the Sitra Ahra).”
Before Ayekah, Haya's name is Luna: Akin to Ix Chel, the divine goddess believed to have helped create the world and the Maya word for Moon. When young, Ix Chel's symbol is the waxing Moon, when old, of the waning Moon. Her powers include healing, intuitive knowledge, and the ability to control earthly forces and the sex of a fetus.
On the island, Cuzamil, known as Cozumel, is a famous temple dedicated to Ix Chel. As well as on Isla Mujeres (island of women). She might even be known as Coatlicue “once magically impregnated by a ball of feathers.” And The Miracle Mother – La Divina Pastora, Siparee/Supari Mai, the Black Madonna.
About the Maya culture, the ancient Mayans left evidence of their contact with alien visitors. Mayans were able to accurately predict shifts in the Earth’s axis every 26,000 years. Sprawling Maya network discovered under Guatemala jungle, beneath the forest canopy, revealing houses, palaces, elevated highways, and defensive fortifications.
The Maya believed that Star People or Watchers had elongated skulls, lived in sacred caves, and had rituals in bathing places, waterholes, shrines, and sinkholes Cenotes. Also found in many other scripts such as Forgotten Origin http://forgottenorigin.com/the-mayan-ancestors-angels-star-people-and-oblong-skulls.