Venus represents the seed and origin of life. The association of these elements with Venus relates to this celestial body’s appearance at the start of any cycle, more recently announcing the transition from a cycle of darkness to a new cycle of light. The Maya oriented and built their cities in order to observe celestial movement more precisely, having Venus as an omen of daybreak, the messenger of the arrival of light.
Moreover, they knew that every 2920 days (about eight years) Venus repeats its movements in relation to the sun. The Mayan Venus Calendar is called the Tzolkin, Venus was the centerpiece of Mayan cosmology and mythology. She has always been the divine feminine of creation, our connection to the source of consciousness and evolution.