SS:  one week before the “midnight solar eclipse” we had the iceland grimsvoltn volcano eruption and now only days after the solar eclipse we now have more eruptions .. only a day before Puyehue eruption the Popocatepetl volcano in mexico erupted as well .. these eruptions are one after another as we begin to near the upcoming lagoon lunar eclipse .

SS: remember what i say when have a very active astral, which we know the astral is amplified and active because schwassman-wachmann went into another bright outburst and we can see the giant dragon-storm on saturn as a reflection of the amplification of the astral . the lunar lagoon eclipse is less than two weeks away so we can expect more activity all month since this is a mega-eclipse with solar eclipses on both sides of the lunar eclipse .

The Maya Hero Twins are the central figures of a narrative included within the colonial Quiché document called Popol Vuh, and constituting the oldest Maya myth to have been preserved in its entirety. Called Hunahpu and Xbalanque in Quiché, (Modern K’iche': Xb‘alanke and Junajpu)

INCAN COAT OF ARMS
In Peru, the colony of Orejones (long ears because of heavy, ornate earplugs as the Meso-Americans wore), came into a favored status with the Inca. One such group came from Lake Poopo, sacred to the moon. They were from a tribe of Pacific coast slaves called Quillacas: Quilla = Moon. Their ruler was called Tacuilla: Ta = ?; Cuilla (or quilla) = Moon. (Osborne, p. 79.)

Chile: 4.9 Magnitude Earthquake Related to Puyehue-Cordon Caulle Volcanic Eruption? Jun 5, 2011 According to the United States Geological Services (USGS,) June 4, 2011, a 4.9 magnitude earthquake occurred in the region of Los Lagos, Chile at 17:54:09 UTC. USGS has also detected 7 earthquakes in Neuquen, Argentina which were more than 4.5 in magnitude and in Northern Peru at magnitude 5.2.

A helicopter flies near a cloud of ash billowing from Puyehue volcano is seen in southern Chile, 870 km south of Santiago, on June 5, 2011. A thick plume of ash from the erupting Puyehue volcano in the Andes shifted direction into Chile after spewing volcanic dust over parts of Argentina. (AFP/Alvaro Vidal)

Volcanic lightning is seen over the Puyehue volcano, over 500 miles south of Santiago, Chile, Sunday June 5, 2011. Authorities have evacuated about 600 people in the nearby area. The volcano was calm on Sunday, one day after raining down ash and forcing thousands to flee, although the cloud of soot it had belched out still darkened skies as far away as Argentina. (AP Photo/Francisco Negroni, AgenciaUno) CHILE OUT

A column of smoke and volcanic lightning are seen over the Puyehue volcano, over 500 miles south of Santiago, Chile, Sunday June 5, 2011. Authorities have evacuated about 600 people in the nearby area. The volcano was calm on Sunday, one day after raining down ash and forcing thousands to flee, although the cloud of soot it had belched out still darkened skies as far away as Argentina. (AP Photo/Francisco Negroni, AgenciaUno) CHILE OUT

Aerial picture showing the cloud of ash billowing from Puyehue volcano near Osorno in southern Chile, 870 km south of Santiago. Southern Chile’s Puyehue volcano was calm Sunday, one day after raining down ash and forcing thousands to flee, although the cloud of soot it had belched out still darkened skies as far away as Argentina. (AFP/Claudio Santana)

A large plume of ash rises from the Popocatepetl volcano as seen from the highway to Atlixco, Mexico early Friday June 3, 2011. The 17,886-foot (5,450-meter) mountain shot a blast of ash about 2 miles (3 kilometers) above its crater but  there is no report of threat to populated areas. (AP Photo)