Maya Count Of Days Horoscope

Maya Calendar Energies At Work In The World


The conventions in the U.S. have run their course, and all that is left now is the hand-to-hand combat that will eventually decide the outcome of the U.S. presidential race. And as this countdown period gets underway the “darkness” that has plagued this campaign continues to descend. As millions continue to be bomarded by the unfathomable babble that has taken Read the full article…

Amusing, playful, inventive, dexterous, and agile, monkeys are always mesmerizing to watch. No doubt it was this versatility that earned the monkey the honour of being the Maya symbol for the innovative energy that sits in the centre of the cosmic World Tree and orchestrates the proliferation of life. And so we return to the creation-oriented Chuwen trecena that begins Read the full article…

It could be a tense start to 2014’s Winter Olympics, as there have already been grumblings about Sochi’s relative readiness for these games (as described in Sam Laird’s article – click here). And then there are the concerns about terrorist threats (even such things as toothpaste bombs) and about issues such as gay rights in Russia. Thrown into this mix Read the full article…

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