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The Mayan Calendar - Mayan Majix - Ian Xel Lungold - Mayan Astro

The Mayan Calendar - Mayan Majix - Ian Xel Lungold - Mayan Astro

The Mayan Calendar - The World Will Not End Steep Uphill Climb to 2012: Messages from the Mayan Milieu ©- Copyright 2002 by Steven McFadden In early Autumn 2002, Carlos Barrios journeyed North from his home in Guatemala to the Eastern edge of the Four Corners. In Santa Fe, NM, at the tail of the Rocky Mountain spine, Mr. Barrios spoke in a knowledgeable manner about the Mayan tradition and the fabled Mayan calendars. The Mayan calendars are an object of intense interest for many thousands of people right now, because they focus upon the watershed date of Dec. 21, 2012. Everything changes by then, it is said. Mayan Cholq'ij - an image of the Mayan Tzolkin calendar used on the Altiplano.

Découverte d'une planète de diamant Imaginez un diamant qui fasse cinq fois la taille de la Terre... Ce n'est pas un rêve de joaillier, mais la trouvaille bien réelle d'une équipe de chercheurs, qui a découvert une nouvelle planète qui n'est en fait qu'un gigantesque diamant. Le carbone présent sur la planète en orbite autour d'une étoile à neutrons, aurait crystallisé pour se transformer en diamant, révèlent les chercheurs dans leur étude, parue dans le journal scientifique Science. Et ce n'est pas la seule originalité de cette planète, qui fait donc environ cinq fois la taille de la Terre, rapporte le site Space. L'étoile à neutrons autour de laquelle elle orbite est une pulsar milliseconde, un type d'étoile qui a généralement un compagnon, une autre étoile, en train de mourir, qu'on appelle une naine blanche. Les chercheurs pensent que la planète de diamant était ce compagnon, cette naine blanche. Le chercheur qui dirige l'équipe explique que leur découverte est une déduction logique: publicité Devenez fan sur

Mayan Prophecy 2012 Night Signature (Classical) : Yin/Male Aspect The first mayan calendar that I discovered was Tortuga's 'Dreamspell' calendar. I and my friends were continually blown away by how well this calendar 'worked'! Our Galactic Signatures were bang on, our Wavespells were always intense and significant, our 13-year cycles oh-so accurate, our 4 revolving Theme Years very telling and true. In a nutshell, Dreamspell worked! Then...along came the Classical mayan calender. Just as western astrology is divided (the siderealists vs the traditional), so is the mayan calendar community. It occured to me that, in this physical world, we are exposed to duality: yin/yang, male/female sun/moon - two parts of the Whole. This led me to the thought...: Why can't our Dreamspell Signature relate to our Left Hand and our Classical Signature relate to our Right hand? Your Dreamspell Signature represents your Potential, your Destiny. Your Classical Signature represents how you get to your potential - what you must do, what action you must take.

Maya mythology 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 Yucatán is an equally important region. In the 19th and 20th centuries, anthropologists and local folklorists have committed many stories to paper. Main gods[edit] Important mythical themes[edit] Creation and end of the world[edit] Creation of mankind[edit] Actions of the heroes: Arranging the world[edit] Notes[edit]

December 21, 2012 Mayan Calendar End-Date 21 December 2012 THE MAYAN CALENDAR END-DATEInformation Made Easy for the Everyday Earthling to Understandby Jim Papp Visit our new site for Jim's updated 2012 & Beyond article This article is copyright 1998 by Jim Papp, Bellingham, Washington 98228-1017 USA <<We allow distribution and re-posting or re-printing of this article, "TheTrees Who Talk" poem (also copyright 1998 by Jim Papp), and/or image with credit given to author James K. (Jim) Papp and a link back to the new website: above "Maya Cosmos" based on original painting by Jim Papp - copyright 1998 by Jim Papp, Bellingham, Washington 98228-1017 USA Most of us are not archaeologists or astronomers, anthropologists or astrologers. Let us begin with some questions. I first learned about the Mayans in 1987 from Jose Arguelles' book The Mayan Factor. A great deal of scientific and visionary research work has been done about the Mayans, so I started reading.

Mayankin: Tzolkin Tutorial Tzolkin, meaning the ‘Count of Days’ in Yucatecan, is the Sacred Mayan Calendar that was utilized by Mayan priests for ceremonies, rituals and divination purposes. This sacred calendar was followed by several Mesoamerican cultures and, although expressed with different names, they all consisted of a combination of 20 symbols by 13 numbers. The Cholq’ij, its name in Quiche, is still in use by the Day Keepers in Mayan communities of Highland Guatemala. The 20 symbols or glyphs are energies or archetypes represented by names, called in their modern term as Solar Seals. The 13 numbers are expressed in dots and bars and are known as Lunar Tones. Both, glyphs and numbers, have a correlation to the Human body (twenty fingers and toes and thirteen joints), and the entire 260-day cycle also relates to both human gestation (pregnancy) and corn cultivation cycles. Each day has a unique combination of energies that affects a specific part of our Being.

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. The images need to be stored in the exact folders, the Daykeeper rtf file looks for the images there. The Daykeeper rtf file may be located anywhere. Test how to turn over the papers to print on the back. Print the entire day planner.ONLY USE 12 SHEETS OF PAPER.There are 12 pieces of paper used when printed on both sides. Make sure the wavespell numbers are in order. Fold the day planner and staple on the crease.Use a long reach stapler or open a small stapler up and manually bend the staples or make holes in the crease and stitch.

Dawn of the Unity Wave Last year large numbers of people gathered in the Conscious Convergence event on July 17-18, 2010, setting an intention to manifest unity consciousness as the Ninth, and highest, of the Mayan waves brings the universe to its highest state of existence. This event served as a base camp for intention setting and ascension towards Unity consciousness; We celebrated in joy in the most varied forms, ranging from the temples of Bali to the Mayan elders in Guatemala and from the Sami in the North to the Bushmen in the Kalahari. We could for the first time ever see our planet emerging as a sacred space encircled by a global medicine wheel.* We are now approaching the actual beginning of this wave of unity consciousness, which begins on March 9, 2011. Many people have in recent years come to know about the existence of the Mayan calendar and its purported end date, but surprisingly, not so many have assimilated what the ancient inscriptions are saying about it. Notes

Mayan Converter Toolkit 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? Look deeply into the eyes of a happy two year old. In Western culture, many people have a distorted understanding about what it is to be a human being. In this New Myth, your spontaneous, divine child will usher in and anchor the new frequency. The number for Blue Monkey is eleven, the vibration wherein novelty and spontaneity break down resistant forms. Blue Hand is your Higher Self & Guide. Blue Hand is a gateway, an opening, a portal from one understanding to another. Like the fluidity of moving water, Blue Hand is associated with the process of dance, mudra, and beauty. Blue Hand represents the 'beauty way', the ability to see intrinsic beauty within yourself and in all things.

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. Deze waardering komt vooral door Jose Argüelles, hij heeft de Maya kalender geherinterpreteerd, en noemde het resultaat de Dreamspell kalender. Ik bied je hier een zeer gecomprimeerde introductie, met onderaan een aantal links naar sites waar ik wat aan heb (gehad) om het verhaal te begrijpen. De Maya's kennen verschillende kalenders: Tzolkin: de heilige kalender De Tzolkin heeft 260 dagen, en bestaat uit 13 cycli van 20 zonnezegels (solar seals in het Engels). Elke dag (Kin) in de Tzolkin heeft een dagnummer (Kin 1 tot en met 260), een zonnezegel, en een getal dat aangeeft welke dag van de Wavespell het is (1 tot en met 13). Haab: de praktische kalender Daarnaast kennen Maya's de Haabkalender. 2012, het einde van alle cycli Dreamspell