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Maya Calendar Energies At Work In The World

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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…

The Jaguar is snarling, perhaps because so much is riding on this particular time frame and it is the task of the jaguar to oversee it. Once again this is a warrior type of energy generally associated with authority, rulership and things of the earth. It is aligned with high magic and even mastery over things of an unseen nature. During 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…


He loved to create, to push boundaries, to infuse a freshness of spirit into every moment, every encounter, every action. His flashing eyes, quick wit, quirky sense of humour, elegance of manner, endless inventiveness, and warmth of spirit endeared him to hundreds of millions worldwide. From the perspective of the Maya Calendar David Bowie was the “definitive monkey” (Four Chuwen), Read the full article…

Bodhi Day: Eyes Wide Open
Posted by Marguerite Paquin in Visual Artists

As today is Bodhi day, the day in the Buddhist tradition that commemorates Buddha’s achievement of enlightenment under a Bodhi tree, it seems a good day to highlight the work of an exceptional photographer whose work seems to reflect something very similar. Bodhi Day is celebrated as a day to honour the many pathways to enlightenment. And world travelling photographer Read the full article…

House, home, temple, introspection, dreaming . . . these are some of the many ideas associated with Ak’b’al and this trecena. For the thousands who are still locked into their homes by ice and snow, such things will continue to be the focus, as it will be for those who are starting the long clean-up from an interminably long winter. Read the full article…

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As we arrive at the Day of the Monkey (Jan. 11th), which sits at the centre of the Tree of Life within the Maya Calendar, it is extraordinary that a new and very loud cry for Freedom of Expression is ringing out around the world. This is a day traditionally represented by the Howler Monkey, the symbol of creativity itself. Read the full article…

As we get into the holiday season and approach the closing of the year the strong Quetzalcóatl-related forces associated with the Chikchan trecena are now coming into play. The last time this trecena was in place was near the end of March, near the closing of the Classical Maya year. And now, as this old Gregorian year ebbs, the Chikchan Read the full article…

Harvest festivals . . . Hallowe’en . . . Samhain . . . the Day of the Dead . . . the time of year when ghosts, goblins, Jack-o’-lanterns, and skeletons tend to come out to play. But after the horrific events in Ottawa three days before the start of this trecena, followed by  another unthinkable scene of horror at Read the full article…

As noted earlier, one of the most amazing features of the Maya calendar pertains to the fact that the energies of the days that are encoded into its cycles also represent particular “destiny directions” for individual lives. As the Maya have been saying for centuries, the energy in place at the time of birth is the energetic gift given to Read the full article…

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