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This trecena begins with an astrological event that seems to be echoing events on this planet. This is the third Jupiter-Pluto conjunction in 2020, the final such conjunction until 2033. In Western astrology this would be seen as a juxtaposition between the highly expansive energies associated with Jupiter, the great benefic, and the darker, destructive-but-regenerative forces attributed to Pluto. And Read the full article…

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One of the most intriguing features of Maya calendrics is the fact that the energies of the days work in cycles and it is often easy to see how events within earlier cycles point towards current or forthcoming events. The final trecena of the 260-day count-of-days, in particular, can often herald what is to come. And as we journeyed through Read the full article…

This trecena comes in on the heels of the amazing “Captain Tom” phenomenon that has been sweeping through the UK, reaching a crescendo at the end of the last trecena as Captain Tom Moore celebrated his 100th birthday by raising over £32 million for the NHS to help with Covid-19 relief efforts by completing 100 laps around his garden, using Read the full article…

Last summer, at the time when “50th anniversary” celebrations were taking place relating to Neil Armstrong’s landing of a little spacecraft named Eagle on the lunar surface in 1969, with very little fuel to spare, I noted that his “The Eagle has landed” comment has come to be used as an indicator for a successful completion of an objective. “The Read the full article…

As we embark on this new year we find that the first full trecena of 2020 is the “Creation” trecena introduced by the playful, inventive, agile, and capricious Monkey deity who sits at the centre of the Tree of Life and weaves together the threads of creation as he orchestrates the proliferation of life. This Chuwen trecena begins with the Read the full article…

One cycle – and counting – since the release of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report last October, produced by 90 scientists from around the world, with the message that an unprecedented political commitment is needed to slash the use of coal, oil, and natural gas, and to rapidly deploy technology that can remove carbon dioxide from the Read the full article…

It had been seen as “the eternal city” for hundreds of years, the centre of a mighty empire that must have seemed like it would endure forever, and yet – this city “which had taken the whole world was itself taken”. When St. Jerome wrote this in the early 5th century he was speaking of Rome after it was sacked Read the full article…

In the world of ancient Mesoamerica, the first day of this energy period was celebrated as an ancient Feast Day of Renewal, oriented around the idea of guidance, justice, and the restoration of life. Thought of as being under the influence of Xipe Tótec, the Lord of Renewal, and Quetzalcóatl, Lord of Life, this is a time when a new Read the full article…

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…

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