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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…

“The Eagle has landed.” Those four words heard by millions when Neil Armstrong landed the little spacecraft named Eagle on the lunar surface fifty years ago, with very little fuel to spare, triggered enormous elation on planet Earth as the world celebrated the first arrival of humans on the moon. Now often used to indicate the successful completion of an Read the full article…

Once again we come to an important Shift-point within the 260-day Tzolkin cycle, as the opening of a trecena often brings forth dramatic shifts in state. This is the Muluk (Water) trecena, with its potential to be cleansing, healing, refreshing, and life-giving, but sometimes massively life-changing through its potential to promulgate monumental shifts in state. Often there is a lot Read the full article…

One cycle – and counting – since the release of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report last October, produced by 90 scientists from around the world, with the message that an unprecedented political commitment is needed to slash the use of coal, oil, and natural gas, and to rapidly deploy technology that can remove carbon dioxide from the Read the full article…

It had been seen as “the eternal city” for hundreds of years, the centre of a mighty empire that must have seemed like it would endure forever, and yet – this city “which had taken the whole world was itself taken”. When St. Jerome wrote this in the early 5th century he was speaking of Rome after it was sacked Read the full article…

In the world of ancient Mesoamerica, the first day of this energy period was celebrated as an ancient Feast Day of Renewal, oriented around the idea of guidance, justice, and the restoration of life. Thought of as being under the influence of Xipe Tótec, the Lord of Renewal, and Quetzalcóatl, Lord of Life, this is a time when a new Read the full article…

Thirty years ago an amazing find was made at the archaeological site of Copán, Honduras. It was the discovery of the elaborate, and very well preserved, temple of Rosalila (see below). In it were numerous artifacts, including many objects known as eccentric flints, carved devices that functioned both as weapons and as protective items used in sacred rituals. It is Read the full article…

As this trecena opens much in the northern hemisphere is still buried under snow. And even where the snow has melted much is looking brown and battered and lifeless after the harsh winter. But if you look closely the signs are there – the small buds waiting to burst forth, the small flowers trying to push through, the robins reappearing. Read the full article…

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