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    Baktun 13

    December 21, 2012 marks the completion of the Great Mayan Cycle, and the beginning of a New World Age. There are many predictions of what might happen on this day that, if they do not occur, could mislead many to perceive this date as meaningless. By focusing too heavily on external events, one may be missing the true significance of this prophetic date. Regardless of what happens externally on this day, December 21, 2012 is a clear marker of the transition of World Ages. This synchronization... Keep Reading
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    The Sun

    A Mayan symbol of ascension, clarity and awareness. Focus upon this symbol facilitates enlightenment. The sun was highly regarded by the Mayan civilization. It brought about high yielding crops, and the sun appeared during time of greatest productivity. Internally, the sun brings about philosophical productivity. Bringing the sun into our meditations warms our consciousness, and allows our divinity to blossom. This symbol is known as Ahau and can also be interpreted to mean "teacher." -Makes sense as awar... Keep Reading
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    The Star

    Made of coconut shell and inlaid with Lava. Represents harmonious cycles of celestial bodies in sacred relationship, stelar portal, which connects the divinador sacred movement of planets stars and galaxies. A light of love. One beauty of the cosmic plane. A perfect calculation in complete harmony. The artistic and learning of love. Transform yourself into a deep love for humanity and the planet Earth. Practical, strong, prosperous, wrestlers. Intuitive understanding of the pattern of higher life, ... Keep Reading
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    Volcanoes have always been important within the Maya spirituality and cosmovision. The forebears of today’s and pre-Hispanic Mayans, the ancient Olmecs, already adored volcanoes as places of creation. They even build a replica of a Mexican volcano in the city today called La Venta. They also made use of volcanoes, situated in today’s Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Honduras, as points of reference to determine the solstices in the different periods of a year. Today, Xela’s Ajq’ij... Keep Reading
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    A Talisman in your computer’s desktop…

    [gallery link="file" columns="4"] A talisman can be nearly anything that is thought to bring good luck or provide protection, but it is most often an object or a symbol. The talisman has a long history in all religions and societies from ancient times to present, and in some cases, it is associated with elemental power. The word itself has roots in the Arabic tilasm and the Greek talein, which both translate to “initiation into the mysteries.” Often, a talisman is worn on the body or kept in ... Keep Reading
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