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Monthly Archives: December 2014

The old year ends with the “activation of enlightenment”; the new year begins with the “defining of birth” – opening up a new “realm of all potential”. So what is the nature of the energy wave that is carrying us through this transition? In many ways the “markers” for this Maya energy frame are representative of this time of year Read the full article…

As we get into the holiday season and approach the closing of the year the strong Quetzalcóatl-related forces associated with the Chikchan trecena are now coming into play. The last time this trecena was in place was near the end of March, near the closing of the Classical Maya year. And now, as this old Gregorian year ebbs, the Chikchan Read the full article…

After a stormy 13 days that has brought both extreme weather and massive protest demonstrations in many regions, the Eb’ trecena holds the possibility of bringing some much needed relief. Affilated traditionally with renewed vitality and fertility, the healing potential of this Eb’ timeframe was often recognized through feasting, dancing, and general celebration. In the past the forces in play Read the full article…

  • Manual for the Soul: A Guide to the Energies of Life

    Manual for the Soul, A Guide to the Energies of Life An in-depth analysis on the energies encoded in the Sacred Maya Calendar and the impact of those energies on daily life. Manual for the Soul may be of particular interest to those who enjoy reading about world history, biography, and/or mythology, and to those for whom the mysteries of Mesoamerican calendars and cultures hold intrigue. Click here for more info.
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