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Monthly Archives: June 2015

At the opening of the Ajaw trecena we return once again to the Maya “day of flowers”. Traditionally this was a very festive time when dancers, singers, song-writers, drummers, storytellers, artists, orators, feast makers, gift-givers, banner-bearers, and flower-bedecked revelers would have been fully engaged in welcoming in the auspicious and joyful One Ajaw (aka One Flower), representative of the initiation Read the full article…

As we are in the middle of a major move this trecena is incomplete at the moment. The basic days are notes below, but the fuller text cannot be added until somewhere around June 19th or 20th. To be continued . . . The overall theme for this 13-day time frame is Sacrifice and Reconcilation, which suggests that a considerable Read the full article…

As often happens during the days immediately preceding the Ix trecena, a number of events occurred that open the portals to new possibilities. This included the expiration of the broad surveillance powers associated with the U.S. Patriot Act, a widespread ban on smoking in Beijing, and the long-awaited release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s final report on the abuses Read the full article…

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