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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Sometimes it’s important to stop, take a breath, and just be still for a few minutes. But sometimes events happen so quickly that this “pause to regroup” can be forced upon people by circumstance, as happened two cycles ago in the Philippines as the survivors of Super Typhoon Nock-ten (the most intense tropical cyclone in 56 years) began this trecena Read the full article…

A royal wedding, the dismantling of a nuclear test site, widespread flooding, a pipeline conflict, a volcano threatening a massive eruption, Manhattanhenge, and a dramatic escalation of tensions in the Middle East – all these, and much more, are on the table as the B’en (“Personal Authority”) trecena gets underway. During the last opening of this trecena (end of August, Read the full article…

Pick up your paint brushes, tune up your flutes, and strap on your dancing shoes as this is the arts-oriented Ajaw trecena, traditionally an auspicious time for merriment. During the last appearance of this trecena it was most definitely the sun that triggered “solar-brations” as hundreds of thousands of people gathered in strategic places to witness the “Eclipse of the 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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