The first day, CAÑA, is associated with "the cane of authority" and the "arrow of the warrior", but at the same time with the idea of something hollow; discouraged men, unfit, poor minded, greedy and inactive. Day 1, CAÑA, was dedicated to the God of the wind, QUETZALCOATL. The Trecena predicts an "unstable life". They called those born in this sign "whether they were noble, whether they were popular", MACEUALLI. They always lived unhappy, pure air was their life; all their things were carried by the wind, nothing was their descent and origin.
Those born here should be "rich men" and then "poor".
The first day, CASA, represents the domestic life, the "security" and the "happiness" of the house, but also the darkness, the forgetfulness and the intrigues. The Trecena is considered evil: a bad death awaited those who were born IN IVICAN QUIZAZ, "either by falling into the hands of their enemies and being sacrificed, or by being surprised in adultery and stoned to death." ITZAPAPALOTL "Butterfly of the Obsidian" or ITZCUYE "The One with the Knife Skirt", a deity with claws, a courageous and dangerous goddess of protection. The divine arrowhead is the EAGLE WOMAN, who died at birth and became a goddess, who returns at night from the ambush, as a ghoulish ghost encouraging men to be brave in the war. She is worshiped by the panthers.
The flowering tree, symbol of the wise rulers and the brotherhood of a beautiful past. IT BECAME BROKEN: discontinuity, violent dissolution, death. Quails are decapitated. Around the tree areinitially jewels, riches. Then: the red spider of shame and the serpent of vices: poisonous tongues and danger.
"Those who were born here had to grow old and be rich men." The first day, CONEJO is associated with life in the wild, with pulque and drunkenness, moon and fertility, their agile effort guarantees their food. Cenca motlaelcoltianim tlatequipanoani, mocuiltonoani. On the other hand, there is always concern and fear that someone or something will do harm. It is a sign of "great workers", who take advantage of the time and look forward, great treasurers for their children, prudent in preserving their honor and doing.
The first day, VENADO, is associated with the Sierra, the bushmen and the hunt, the search for firewood, going to distant lands, fleeing. This animal finds its food easily, but quickly becomes scared. The Trecena predicts fame and wealth to the brave, energetic and devoted people, but the good opportunities for men and women can be lost by laziness and cowardice.