Description of Stela D: The Animalistic Ego
Its face appears with a mask.
The ears are chiseled in that way to indicate that we must learn how to listen to the teachings, the Word, to know how to pay attention to what it is saying to us.
The attitude of its hands is very well known among high initiates. The attitude in which they appear on this stela—hands over the chest, fingers touching each other—applies very much to meditation.
Description of Stela B: Mayan Tlaloc
This stela shows Tlaloc, the god of rain.
The simple fact it is carrying a miter clearly tells us about the great priesthood, an initiate, a great priest.
The attitude of its hands indicates the region of Tiphereth and the necessity of orienting our energies inwardly and upwardly.
The pectoral on the zone of Tiphereth, on the center of its chest, with two upwardly angles towards its cheeks, indicate that we must pay attention to the deep, animating principles of our Being, which are what really count.
The Mayans knew the esoteric mysteries in depth. Each sculpture in itself indicates this.
Description of Stela P: Trimurti
This stela is a living representation of the trimurti.
Three superimposed faces are displayed to indicate the Holy Triamatzikamno. It is the superior trimurti: Kether, Chokmah, and Binah of Hebraic Kabbalah.
Its arms are very well adorned, and direct the inward and upward ascension of the forces. Between the two arms is a face that indicates the Causal man, the true man.
Its belt is very well adorned. A face is on the region of Hod, which indicates the Astral world, the Astral body of the human being. The astral body is a vehicle of expression through which Divinity can manifest itself. Much has been stated about the Astral body, however the intellectual animal falsely called a human being does not have an Astral body. Instead, he has a body of desires, a molecular body, and that is all. Conventionally, that molecular vehicle is inaccurately called "the Astral" or Astral body.
Description of the Serpent
Even though this stone is a little destroyed, it represents the serpent.
We know well that in the East the serpent is called Kundalini. What does Kundalini mean? What does that word signify? The Kundalini is the sacred fire of the Holy Spirit. The Kundalini is the igneous serpent of our magical powers.
The Kundalini is the very powerful fire that is enclosed within the chakra Muladhara. The chakra Muladhara is the church of Ephesus, which is cited in the Apocalypse of Saint John.
Description of the Turtle
This stone is very well stylized.
The head, body, and eyes are of a turtle.
We already know that in ancient times the turtle's image was used to represent the zodiac.
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