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Maya mythology is part of Mesoamerican mythology and comprises all of the Maya tales in which personified forces of nature, deities, and the heroes interacting with these play the main roles. Other parts of Maya oral tradition (such as animal tales and many moralising stories) do not properly belong to the domain of mythology, but rather to legend and folk tale. Sources[edit] The oldest written myths date from the 16th century and are found in historical sources from the Guatemalan Highlands The most important of these documents is the Popol Vuh or 'Book of the Council'which contains Quichean creation stories and some of the adventures of the Hero Twins, Hunahpu and Xbalanque

Maya mythology

Maya mythology
Blue Self-Existing Monkey Blue Monkey is your Conscious Self - who you are and who you are becoming. Blue Monkey represents the Divine Child, the child that is ever in a state of open-hearted wisdom, innocence, trust, simplicity and joyful wonder. What would it feel like to actually BE a magical child in this culture and time? The secret that very few know - because they may feel more comfortable trying to protect themselves - is that the divine child offers the strongest of all protections, the invulnerability of openhearted Love. Through innocence, a kind of immunity is created that allows the divine child to be TRANSPARENT so that the apparent 'slings and arrows' of the world can pass right through without being personalized into wounds, reactions or hurt feelings. Blue Self-Existing Monkey
Mayan Oracle - Calendars Date Viewer, Dreamspell Audio Printing InstructionsThese instructions are for a desktop printer which prints on the back of the paper as to when fed into the printer. You may have to manually re-order each paper sheet order before printing the backs depending on your printer. Download the image archive and the Daykeeper rtf file above. Unzip the image archive and save the files in the locations specified for your operating system.

Mayan Oracle - Calendars Date Viewer, Dreamspell Audio

The MCP Wheel | The Mayan Calendar Portal

The MCP Wheel | The Mayan Calendar Portal

Use this beautifully designed Tzolkin interactive calendar to discover the meaning of the 20 mayan day signs or sun signs and the 13 mayan numbers related to the Tzolkin that make the 260 tzolkin combinations. If you are using a mobile device that does not support Flash you may not be able to see the calculator. However as an alternative, you can use our companion mobile app "MCP Mayan Tzolkin" which is fully loaded with a Tzolkin calculator, daily energies and much more. Available in iTunes and Android.
The Dresden Codex -- the Book of Mayan Astronomy

The Mayan Calendar - The World Will Not End

Mayan Cholq'ij - an image of the Mayan Tzolkin calendar used on the Altiplano. Image courtesy of Saq'be. With the indigenous calendars, native people have kept track of important turning points in history. The Mayan Calendar - The World Will Not End
Maya kalender ◊ Casa Linda's Orakelrijk De Maya kalender is als orakel interessant, omdat het elke dag een eigen sfeer en kwaliteit geeft, die je kunt gebruiken als je je er bewust van bent. Zo ook zegt je geboortedag iets over jouw aard. Het is onduidelijk of de Maya's zelf er ook zo over denken. Maya kalender ◊ Casa Linda's Orakelrijk
The Mayan Astrology Pages - Daykeeper definitions - Free Readings