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Here we are back at the beginning of a brand new 260-day Tzolk’in cycle, after making our way through one of the most surreal 260-day periods in recent memory. Click here for the Podcast to accompany this trecena. Remember how it was 260 days ago – when we were “feeling good” after those rays of light broke through the clouds Read the full article…

Here we go with the last trecena (13 day period) of the current 260 day cycle – a cycle that began with the week “when America turned the page” (as journalist Don Lemon put it), and ends with Dussehra, the final day of a popular Hindu festival that celebrates the triumph of good over evil. Let’s look at how this Read the full article…

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After Hurricane Ida dumped “mountains” of water throughout a huge swath of the U.S. during the Muluk (Water) trecena, one might well be wondering what to expect from this Ik’ (Wind) trecena. Well – wind would be a good bet, particularly since this trecena is highly aligned with wind, and there is already a powerful hurricane out in the Atlantic Read the full article…

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Five hundred years ago a monumental event unfolded in North America that changed the course of history. It happened in early August of 1521, when a ruthless mercenary and hundreds of his allies savagely beat a once-powerful empire into submission and took over control. But wait – was that 500 years ago or was that last Jan. 6th?  While it Read the full article…

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Indeed that WAS a time of “testing”, as noted in the last blog with regard to the K’an trecena that we have just gone through. During the past 13 days many things that had previously been “unseen” or long hidden were suddenly exposed, jolting people into new realizations, in many different areas, particularly with regard to the atrocities that have Read the full article…

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What a difference one 260-day Tzolk’in cycle can make! One cycle ago (last October) the White House looked like a “haunted house”, with entire suites of offices vacant, with an infected fake president inside, “a victim of his own negligence” (as journalist Don Lemon put it). The “super- spreader-in-chief” was either denying that there was a problem, or making extremely Read the full article…

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The timing was exquisite – timing fit for a King, or a Queen, or a Pharaoh, as fate and circumstance would have it. Just as this trecena was starting to come in late last night (April 3rd) Egypt staged a spectacular royal “Golden Parade” as the mummies of 18 kings and four queens – Egypt’s royal ancestors – were transported Read the full article…

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“I’m on a mission” – that seems to be what Mother Nature is saying right now, as crocuses and fresh green shoots push through the earth, buds pop out on trees, and birds start returning to northern climes. The annual herring spawn in the ocean off eastern Vancouver Island is attracting hundreds of seals and sea lions, and tens of Read the full article…

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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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