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Maya Calendar Energies At Work In The World


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…

As has been seen so many times before, the timing is jaw-dropping. As we begin this “storm” related trecena, with One Kawak’s “initiation” of a “catalytic storm” on Feb. 27th, we can see once again how events tend to repeat (or “update” themselves) when specific energies return. One of the most striking examples of this is the fact that the Read the full article…

A brilliant Full Moon ushers in a brand new 260-day count, providing us with yet another opportunity to work through the Imix-to-Ajaw (birth to enlightenment) cycle of energies. As this first trecena of the new cycle gets underway the Moon Goddess (who is aligned with the power of birth) is working in tandem with Imix, the birth-oriented “generative nucleus” that Read the full article…

Represented by robust growing corn, symbolic of strong self determination, this trecena begins with One B’en, an energy that marks the start of the second 52-day period within the 260 day Tzolk’in cycle. This is a force that has often been associated with huge shifts in the balance of power, as when Hernán Cortés and eleven Spanish galleons arrived on Read the full article…

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