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Fallout from the dramatic shake-up in Russia’s government, an historic and highly contentious presidential impeachment trial in the U.S., backlash on several fronts after a passenger plane was shot down during heightened tensions between the U.S. and Iran, severe weather in many regions, and hundreds of millions of people on the move during chunyun, or spring migration, the world’s largest 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…

Over the last few days Star Wars fans have joyfully embraced the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the final film in the nine-part “Skywalker saga”. As with the other films in this series, this movie is filled with dazzle, with battles, duels, flashing lightsabres, rapid-fire explosions, and hyper-zinging spaceships – the kind of flash and dazzle that Read the full article…

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Early November and the trees are shedding their leaves, stripping down to their “bare bones”. In many areas the chill is in the air. And now we have the Kimi trecena coming in, with its skeletal symbolism and its emphasis on “returning to source” for the purpose of regeneration. In many ways this is fitting right in with the colourful Read the full article…

Canada’s federal election, a critical Brexit vote, a crisis of leadership in Spain, a state of emergency in Chile’s capital, anti-government protests in other countries, the ongoing impeachment probe in the US, the dreadful situation in northern Syria, and the official enthronement of an emperor – these and much more are in the works during this B’en oriented time frame, Read the full article…

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It was an address that lasted just two or three minutes, and it was delivered to a group who had gathered at the Gettysburg battlefield in late November, 1863 where over 45,000 men had been killed, injured, captured or gone missing some four months earlier over a three-day period. It was an address delivered after a two hour speech by Read the full article…

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Hands joining hands, joining hands around the world – or so it seems as millions of hearts and hands and voices band together in the call for action to address the global warming crisis. We are currently in the midst of the Global Week for Future climate action strike that began on Sept. 20th and continues on until Sept. 27th. Read the full article…

Transformation – that seems to be the keyword as the second trecena in the Imix to Ajaw cycle comes into play. During the last appearance of this trecena (last December) hundreds of thousands of people were involved in clean-up efforts from the fierce windstorm that had battered Washington state and parts of British Columbia. On the other side of the Read the full article…

It’s the start of a new 260-day T’zolkin (count-of-days) cycle and many new beginnings are on the agenda during this Imix trecena, including a new school year and the return to work for many who have been on vacation over the past few weeks. From the perspective of the Maya calendar, we have just come through one complete cycle of Read the full article…

The Lamat trecena – the last 13 day period at the end of the 260-day Imix to Ajaw cycle, and the last full trecena before heading into fall-based September. It is at this point that we often find a lot of “signals” relating to what lies ahead, and these are often associated with leadership. During this energy frame (associated with Read the full article…

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