Mayan Greetings of Lord Pakal Ahau Near 2012

Dedicado a todos nuestros hermanos latinos de raza y a nuestra Mesoamerica, el orgullo de nuestra sangre de dioses. (Lord Pakal Ahau).

This is a continuation of our article, The Mysterious Portrait of Lord Pakal Ahau, for those believers and non-believers and for those who have eyes and ears to listen to the words and work of our Lord Pakal Ahau near the year 2012 and beyond.

We refer you to the link of our original website in Tripod so you can listen the Flash intro with the poem-song embedded in this page, which was originally published in the year 2000. Lord Pakal Ahau chose this beautiful Spanish song as his permanent greetings at that time.

Maya Greetings of Lord Pakal Ahau Near 2012

In the image above as we explained in the original blog post, the portrait of Lord Pakal Ahau is a real work of art painted by his Irish-Shoshone friend, Mr. Byron McCallum, in Los Angeles in 1985, as a gift celebrating Lord Pakal’s 33rd birthday. It is entitled “Birthday Resurrection.” As an interesting comment, when the image was photographed in high resolution from the original portrait and converted to a vectorized image, three strange and important observations were unveiled in the final processing image.

The first one was an angel-shaped silhouette on the forehead of Lord Pakal Ahau. The second one was an indigenous face in the left-side of the image background that resembles a Mayan king, and more probably King Hanab Pakal since Lord Pakal is considered the true reincarnation of our beloved King. The third observation has not been decoded properly but it is a reverse signature name in an ancient language, and still waiting to be deciphered completely and validated by linguistic experts. However, if you look the photographic image through a mirror a name appears, but we reserve our comments waiting for a more valid confirmation.

We include the lyrics of the greetings song according to Lord Pakal Ahau’s translation from Spanish to English:

Here, deep inside my heart
you’re still living
and in every verb that you say
in your time
I’m feeling you.

Here, deep inside my heart
there’s a room for you too,
and whenever you want to open it
it’s yours without words.

Here, deep inside my heart
there exists a beautiful melody,
a tree growing,
a hummingbird singing,
and its trinity song says
without you I’m dying.

Here, deep inside my heart
there’s a humble melody
long time ago,
waiting sadly for you
to listen to my words.

Without you, I’m death.
With you, I’m life and resurrection.
Deep, deep inside my foolish heart.

 

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