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                 "PULUFU"                        Definition;  Ingredients & Symbolism

PULUFU represents Prayer and Intention in physical form, Sacred Objects in them, made in purity from the fruit of Mother Earth that represents the Four Directions, Above & Below, and the sacred elements.

The Peace Prayer Bags (PULUFU) or Bundles are the physical manifestation of our prayers and intentions.  PULUFU is a correlation to the candles that one lights in church; or bells, it also relates to flowers, incense, prayer flags and so on that are used in Temple, Synagogue, and churches of all denominations as offerings to the Spirits to garner their favor and attention.  

PULUFU" stands for Peace, Unconditional Love, Unconditional Forgiveness and Unity for all creation.  It is symbolized by the Peace Prayer Bags or meditative bundles in the photo below. 

The ingredients are symbolic and meaningful messages to lead us in this Age of Aquarius, the “Shift” and Harmony that is unfolding.The ingredients consists of various *flora* native to a region as well as corn, nuts, cedar, juniper, sea salt, tobacco, sage, and sweet grass to name a few that relate to the values or virtues of  acceptance, tolerance, peace, unconditional love, forgiveness, non-judgment, free will, faith, charity, intention, synchronicity, Christ-Consciousness, humility, compassion, perseverance, and Self-Love to right our moral compass.

Tobacco- carries prayers  / corn pieces, or corn meal- Mother Earth / sage - healing / cedar - purifying / mesquite / sea salt / apple pips - regeneration / and so on.  Offer your prayer to the spirit guides, and leave your bundle to continue the intention of your gratitude to PachaMama, Jeshua, the Universal Light within and without, the crystalline grid of our earth mother, and to the Guardians of mankind and all Creation.

The Peace Prayer Bags (PULUFU) or Bundles are the physical manifestation of our prayers and intentions.  PULUFU is a correlation to the candles that one lights in church; or bells, it also relates to flowers, incense, prayer flags and so on that are used in Temple, Synagogue, and churches of all denominations as offerings to the Spirits to garner their favor and attention.


In various cultures the colors of the tribes in the four directions may vary depending on their perspective or angle of space and vision, which are all one with the Great Spirit, Jeshua or the Universal Light within us all.

In Mesoamerica and North America, many traditional indigenous beliefs include four cardinal directions and a center. Each direction was associated with a color, which varied between groups but which generally corresponded to the hues of corn (green, black or blue, red, white, and yellow). There seems to be no “preferred” way of assigning these colors; as shown in the table, great variety in color symbolism occurs even among cultures that are close neighbors geographically.

White ‘PULUFU’ Peace Prayer bundles represent, in our Mayan calendar, the North.  It represents and holds the power of the northern regions and the powerful winds of change and purity.  White tribes are purifiers, and shines light of truth into dankness.  White tribes will assist in the calibration of others, and grounding and are people of deep integrity.  The ingredients within contain truth, clarity, unification, timelessness, order and spirit.  White ‘PULUFU’ reminds us that humility refines meditation.

Red ‘PULUFU’ Peace Prayer bundles represent, in our Mayan calendar, the East.  Contained within the mythos of the red tribe, within these bundles, is the power of inspiration, enrolling and the power to lead.  Red tribes often spark new ideas, communities, and have a bit of flash about them.  Red tribes are rather deft at sharp wit and sarcasm.  The red bundle ingredients represent initiation, beginnings, passion, flow, exploration, and evolution.  Red ‘PULUFU’ offers to you that it is knowledge that initiates view.

Blue ‘PULUFU’ Peace Prayer bundles represent, in our Mayan calendar, the West.   The mythos of the Blue tribes transforms their world’s one person at a time or in large groups.  Blue tribes move the world and shake things up!  The contents represent utilizing the power of the shadows, the dankness of night and dream time.  The playful Blue tribes like to move things around and their ingredients carry with them transformation, intuition, energy, vision, magic, and healing.  Blue ‘PULUFU’ signifies that it is patience that transforms conduct.

Yellow ‘PULUFU’ Peace Prayer bundles represent, in our Mayan calendar, the South. Yellow tribes help with the follow through, completion and balance out the teams. Yellow tribes are the idea givers, and the inspiration.  This mythos is the ones who expand, and enhance.  Able to speak their minds, yellow tribes have honesty as their greatest asset.  Their ingredients contain growth, expansion, influence, power, fearlessness, beauty, and enlightenment.  Yellow ‘PULUFU’ informs us that it is the power of the Light within that ripens fruit.

 

*Flora should be based on region, period, special environment, or climate. Regions can be geographically distinct habitats like mountain vs. flatland.  Floras can also represent plant life of a historic era as in fossil flora and subdivided by special environments:

  • Native flora. The native and indigenous flora of an area.
  • Agricultural and Horticultural flora (garden flora) or plants that are deliberately grown by humans.
  • Weed flora. Traditionally this classification was applied to plants regarded as undesirable, but many native plants previously considered weeds have been shown to be beneficial or even necessary to various ecosystems.

Hence, all creation is here to serve each other in some manner as we are all part of the Whole!