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Maya Calendar Energies At Work In The World

Celestial Events

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…

The Imix trecena, aligned with birth, opens a whole new Imix-to-Ajaw (birth to enlightenment) cycle within the 260-day Count of Days. Traditionally seen as a “generative nucleus”, this initiatory 13-day period represents the “realm of all potential” that sets the stage for new ideas or advancements. At the moment this is the last full trecena that will be in place Read the full article…

Hang onto your hats, as Quetzalcóatl is on the move, which means that somewhere – or everywhere – there could be an enormous energy surge, as happened on the last appearance of this trecena when the migrant crisis in Europe increased to “biblical proportions”, major flash flooding occurred in several regions, and thousands were forced to flee from horrific wildfires Read the full article…

It was star energy that brought him into this world, superstar power that rocketed him to fame and made him a legend, enduring stardom that ensconced him indelibly within the hearts of millions, and a blackened star that accompanied his demise. He came from the stars, wrote songs and sang about the stars, painted stars, and ended his sojourn on Read the full article…

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Attention-getting aerodynamics and combative engagement – these seem to be two of the major themes that recur during the Eagle-oriented trecena . . . . which may be why eagles have been seen historically as warriors in Mesoamerican mythology. Indeed, the very first day of the trecena is often marked by some significant event that ties in with these ideas, Read the full article…

End of the year, as the final full trecena for 2015 comes into play – the Muluk trecena, associated with the “generative vitality” of Water. Given the enormous amount of rainfall recently in the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere, more water may not sound like welcome news. However, this trecena is not necessarily about rain, but rather about water’s creative, “electricity-oriented” power Read the full article…

After all the dazzle of the past 13 days, filled with many “world stage” events such as the Pope Francis tour, we now embark on our journey through the highly creative Chuwen trecena, which kicks off with a Total Lunar Eclipse in the early hours of the morning (depending on where you are) just as this energy is coming into Read the full article…

“Buona notte dallo spazio” (Good night from space) – those are the words that have been sent from space each night for the past few months from “La Donna delle stelle”, or “woman of the stars”, as astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti is called by an Italian TV network. As she sends fresh photos of Earth each day, taken from the ISS Read the full article…

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