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Monthly Archives: September 2014

As it seemed that jaguar power was in full force during this past trecena, the implications of that huge transformative push still remain to be revealed. Most remarkable was the enormous scope of people-power that manifested to lend their voices to such things as Scotland remaining in union with the UK, the protests in Moscow against the Ukraine-Russia conflict, the Read the full article…

From the intense solar storms that gave us spectacular Northern Lights, to the huge IFA trade show in Berlin that introduced the world to the latest techie gadgets for “smart” homes, to the introduction of Strati, the world’s first 3D printed car, to the announcement of the forthcoming sibling for HRH baby George, the last trecena has opened the portals Read the full article…

Early September – a time of new beginnings – new school year, new work cycle after people return from summer vacations. And, as it happens this year, these particular beginnings are correlating with the Imix (Birth) trecena, at the start of a new 260-day Tzolk’in cycle. This is a trecena that is often aligned with the creation of fresh new Read the full article…

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