POLO & PAN — Ani Kuni

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  • Ani Couni is a Native American song that’s well known in many countries. Yet no one seems to know for certain its true origin.

    There are many variations of how the title and lyrics are spelled, sometimes Ani Couni, sometimes Ani Kuni. The lyrics are usually given without any translation and different meanings have been attributed to it without any reliable source.

    Here is the translation we were given:

    When evening descended upon the Indian village*,
    When evening descended upon the Indian village
    The Medicine-man disappeared into the forest,
    The Medicine-man disappeared into the forest,
    Touching the ground with his hands
    Touching the ground with his hands.

    *Someone else sent us an alternate translation to the first line, “‘When evening descended upon the black village’. In this version ‘black’ must be understood as dark as the night is falling’.”


    § POLO & PAN — Bilboquet (Sirba) §

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      In Aztec mythology, Huitzilopochtli, also spelled Uitzilopochtli (Classical Nahuatl: "Left-Handed Hummingbird" )

      § POLO & PAN — Pili Pili §

      Huitzilopochtli is a sun god, and the patron of the city of Tenochtitlan 


      Hummingbird must fly free in search of beauty, spreading joy and love to all it touches. It is about independence and courage.

      In Hopi and Zuni dance rituals, , also known as Huhuwa and Tit-hu, is the Kachina of the hummingbird.

      The Hummingbird was, and is, an important bird in puebloan cultures. Hopi legend speaks of the Hummingbird as intervening on behalf of the Hopi people to convince the gods to bring rain. Even today Hummingbird feathers are highly prized and used ceremonially and in dance costumes. All Hummingbird Kachinas are depicted with a green mask and green moccasins. dolls are carved from the root of the cottonwood tree.


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        SamekhDaletHay --- to be green, sprout; myrtle.


      During traditional ceremonies, the Hú dancer bobs while dancing and calls like a bird. His songs are prayers for rain to wet freshly planted crops in the spring, and women reward him with baskets of flowers; then they scatter to find him more flowers so the rain won't be scared away like a hummingbird might be scared away by a crowd.

      The Hú dancer appears in both winter and spring ceremonies as well as the summer night dances in a lesser role.

      These dances are often performed in underground ceremonial rooms which are only opened for the Hú dance.

      9722027686?profile=RESIZE_400xThe birth of Huitzilopochtli represents light overcoming darkness (consciousness and unconsciousness), self-mastery (overcoming the challenges of the Sun’s long night of the soul), and willpower. It is the challenging inner work known as the Flowery War; our internal battle to awaken from the dream of materialism and of living as a wanderer.


      — Grace Alvarez Sesma, Curanderismo,the Healing Art of Mexico







      Transliteration : aba-t



      • Ani kuni

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        Ani kuni chaouani

        Ani kuni chaouani

        Awawa bikana caïna

        Awawa bikana caïna

        Éiaouni bissinni

        Éiaouni* bissinni

        *auiani-me (courtesans) 

        § The Cure - Lullaby §



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          • Finally, an image of Huitzilopochtli, made of ground maize (corn), was ceremonially killed with an arrow and divided between the priests and the novices; the young men who ate “Huitzilopochtli’s body" served him for a year


          • In several temples where important festivals of Osiris were held, the priests made a complex form of bread, called Divine Bread, that was molded in the shape of Osiris. Several ancient writers describe an entirely different type of bread also associated with Isis. It is lotus bread ( Transliteration lotus, lily : ne h ab-t )
          • Ihy was also known as the “Lord of Bread” ..... abtiti

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          • Jesus' Last Supper:

          And as they were eating, he took bread, and after blessing it broke it and gave it to them, and said, "Take; this is my body." And he took a cup, and when he had given thanks he gave it to them, and they all drank of it. And he said to them, "This is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many" (Mark 14:22-24).



          Corn, cereal plant of the grass family (Poaceae) and its edible grain. The domesticated crop originated in the Americas and is one of the most widely…
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