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It’s cold; it’s dreary; it’s mid-winter, and in many places it’s even blizzardy, and much has been spiraling into a tailspin as the government shutdown in the U.S. goes into its 29th day as this trecena begins, with no sign of abating, and the U.K. faces a whole lot of fog as the Brexit situation gets murkier and murkier. The 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…

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…

After another round of startling events brought forth by the Ix trecena, we now come to the Manik’ trecena, 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 will need to negotiate in various ways in a Read the full article…

Last December, just as the old year was ending, the Kimi trecena brought an unfathomable new reality to the Philippines as the survivors of Super Typhoon Nock-ten surveyed the ruins of homes, villages, and livelihoods and began assessing their losses. The behemoth that had hammered them the day before was the most intense tropical cyclone in 56 years. And now, Read the full article…

Mid summer and the Sun trecena is coming into place – good timing! But this time this trecena will bring a very special gift, the first total solar eclipse to span the entire continental United States in 99 years. As hundreds of thousands of people busily prepare for this much anticipated spectacle, the path of the eclipse, from Oregon to Read the full article…

There is no doubt that the 260-day Tzolk’in cycle that began last October will be remembered as a time of great turbulence and uncertainty. Fortunately, weather-wise, the beginning of this final 13-day period of that same cycle does not look as ominous as was the case on the last two appearances of One Lamat. Two cycles ago states of emergency Read the full article…

A time of both completion and renewal, the critical energy frame that we are now entering brings us through the transitional days at the end of the Classical Maya year and into the early days of the Maya New Year. This is a particularly interesting point in time because currently this is happening in conjunction with the Kab’an trecena which Read the full article…

Sparkle, bling, “shock and awe”, and the cold sharp flint edge that holds the power to divide and separate – these are some of Etznab’s most overt characteristics. Often associated with events of a highly consequential (or even “sizzling”) nature Etz’nab’ is the ‘vehicle” for the next 13 days. Two “awesome” celestial events that coincide with this time frame include Read the full article…

During the first few days of this trecena flags on all public buildings across the U.S. will fly at half-mast in recognition of the passing last week of the celebrated astronaut/ senator John Glenn. As he is heralded as one of that country’s greatest heroes, many important end-of-life events will take place in his honour during these days, including his burial Read the full article…

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