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Can you feel it in the air? It’s not just that we are near the end of August, and September is approaching, but we are again at an important 52-day Shift-point within the 260-day cycle, as the first day of this trecena signals the start of the final 52 days before the current 260 day cycle is completed. This is Read the full article…

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Does it seem to you, in many ways, that things are literally “splitting apart at the seams” in the United States? Voting rights under assault in at least 18 states; a highly toxic political environment wherein a large portion of the GOP has lost all sense of decency and honour, and seems primarily interested in supporting lies, subversion, and authoritarianism Read the full article…

One of the things that the Maya Calendar offers is the opportunity to look at the evolution of life from the perspective of energy cycles, as “themes” related to events have a way of returning and evolving in a cyclical manner. Since very few people have any idea of the workings of the Maya Calendar or of its pertinence to Read the full article…

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Get ready for some fireworks, or some kind of razzle-dazzle, as this seems to be a specialty of the Etz’nab’ trecena. Another way of looking at it would be to “expect the unexpected”. And as we can see on the news, the first day (One Etz’nab) will not disappoint as the early hours are bringing in a Super Flower Blood Read the full article…

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Justice, Freedom, Awakening – the Lifeforce-oriented Chikchan trecena has returned! Click here for the Podcast to accompany this trecena The last time this trecena made its appearance, it brought forth the fearsome Category 4 Hurricane Laura, the most powerful August hurricane in the Gulf since Katrina (15 years earlier), triggering the evacuation of more than half a million people near Read the full article…

Vaccinations, medicine, health care, healing – these are the things that are uppermost in people’s minds these days, pretty well everywhere on planet Earth, as the “storm” related trecena that we have just gone through brought a “tsunami” of new coronavirus cases worldwide, particularly in India. Click here for the Podcast to accompany this trecena. Enter the Aztec Goddess Mayahuel, Read the full article…

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This trecena begins with a curious set of “coincidences” – “or not”, depending on how you look at it, as the Maya Calendar has a way of presenting curiosities that can have us thinking well beyond the idea of “coincidence”. Much of this ties in with the fact that the funeral for Prince Phillip, Queen Elizabeth’s long-serving prince consort, is Read the full article…

Spring is on the horizon and after a long, bleak, winter of confinement, light is definitely shining through. And now we have the Ajaw (Sun) trecena to help this along. In the realm of the Classic Maya, this trecena was welcomed traditionally as a time for celebration. The very first day, One Ajaw, was observed as a celebrational “day of Read the full article…

Trumpocalypse – that is the word used by political analyst David Frum (and the title of his new book) at the beginning of this trecena last May to describe a situation whereby “a huge swath of Americans” would risk the stability of American democracy by following the dictates of someone who has inflicted incalculable damage on the US and the Read the full article…

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A presidential inauguration, all 50 states on high alert in the U.S., a second  Senate impeachment trial, severe moral and economic crises in multiple areas, and an out-of-control global pandemic – all this and much more is in motion during this final trecena of the current 260 day calendrical cycle. Click here for the podcast to accompany this trecena. The Read the full article…

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