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Thirty years ago an amazing find was made at the archaeological site of Copán, Honduras. It was the discovery of the elaborate, and very well preserved, temple of Rosalila (see below). In it were numerous artifacts, including many objects known as eccentric flints, carved devices that functioned both as weapons and as protective items used in sacred rituals. It is Read the full article…

As this trecena opens much in the northern hemisphere is still buried under snow. And even where the snow has melted much is looking brown and battered and lifeless after the harsh winter. But if you look closely the signs are there – the small buds waiting to burst forth, the small flowers trying to push through, the robins reappearing. Read the full article…

As has been seen so many times before, the timing is jaw-dropping. As we begin this “storm” related trecena, with One Kawak’s “initiation” of a “catalytic storm” on Feb. 27th, we can see once again how events tend to repeat (or “update” themselves) when specific energies return. One of the most striking examples of this is the fact that the Read the full article…

With snow and ice everywhere, blustery weather, power outages, and severe wind chills in many regions, these are the kinds of conditions that often cut things right back to the basics, fitting right in with Kimi’s call to “pause and regroup”. And certainly when the snow is a foot or more deep outside and/or you are digging for lanterns and Read the full article…

While there may be some who may be nervously sky-watching as this trecena opens, due to the scare tactics about a potential asteroid hit on this day that would “destroy all life on Earth”, NASA scientists have been providing assurances for years that this will not happen. That asteroid, large as it is, is now safely sailing along many millions Read the full article…

As many of us put “holidays” behind us and “get back to business”, we now have the Manik’ trecena, the first full trecena of 2019, coming into place, with its emphasis on Sacrifice and Reconcilation. Symbolized by a Deer or Stag, a powerful but gentle and adaptable creature, this 13-day time frame often centers around interactions between two “forces” that Read the full article…

The year end holiday season, winter weather (and earth oriented) challenges, and major changes in power in Washington D.C. and elsewhere – these are some of the elements that will be in play during the Ix (Jaguar) trecena that is bringing an end to 2018 and taking us into 2019. Here on the Northwest Coast a great deal of effort Read the full article…

It is mid-December and 2018 is getting ready to pack its bags and retreat into the annals of history. For many this has been a year fraught with enormous challenges, many of which were directly linked to severe events associated with environment-related disasters. From the perspective of the Maya calendar, we have just come through one complete cycle of the Read the full article…

Mid November and the end of the year is looming, and we are now coming close to the end of current One Imix-to-Thirteen Ajaw cycle. This Men (Eagle) trecena tends to be a kind of “head’s-up”, “call-to-action” period, associated with valour and the push towards supremacy. This is a zone that has been oriented, traditionally, around power, military strength, and Read the full article…

It has been a long, tedious, wait but it is finally here – the trecena during which millions of people throughout the US will have an opportunity to change the trajectory of what has been going on in Washington during the last two unfathomable years. This is the trecena that holds the potential for HIGH magic, carried by “Wind/ Breath/Spirit”, Read the full article…

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