Category Mayan Nahuales (Nawals)
According to the Gran Wayeb system of certain Guatemalan Maya, the first day of the 365-day haab calendar of the current year was March 6, when 3 Snake became the Year Bearer. Snake ushers in a year of truth, justice and direct action. Look for sudden and unexpected moves on the international scene. Power struggles […]
Yesterday, March 4, was 1 Night in the Mayan Sacred Calendar, so Night is the new trecena ruler through March 16. The core meaning of Night, called Akabal in Ki’che’ and other Guatemalan languages, is to venture into the darkness to seek answers and return to share them with others. The small door in the […]
To find the core meaning of the Mayan day sign for each day in March 2015, visit the site below and click on a date. Interactive Monthly Mayan Calendar March 2015
The haab, or 365-day solar calendar of the Maya, begins anew on March 6, 2015, according to the Gran Wayeb system used by some Maya in Guatemala today. This means that tomorrow, March 1 commences the five-day wayeb, days for contemplation rather than action. The new Year Bearer will be 3 Snake. 2015 is the […]
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now online. Click on the link below to see the Mayan Calendar’s nahual and day sign of the day for May 2014. Mayan Calendar Astrology and Nahuales February 2015 Click on any date/glyph to find the meaning of every day in February according to the Tzolkin, the 260-day Sacred Calendar of ancient Mesoamerica that is still […]
Kej, the new trecena ruler today, means “deer” in Ki’che’ and Kakchikel Maya. Kej also means “four” – and this correspondence underscores the core meaning of the nahual, which is the balance and support represented by the four powerful legs of this creature. That’s why the trecena of Deer is a good time to work […]
The interactive Mayan calendar for September 2014 is now online. Click on any date to learn the Mayan nahual of the day and its meaning. Find it at Monthly Mayan Calendar.
The #nahual Eagle was original called Bird, one of the first creatures created according to the Popul Vuh. Eventually it became known as Eagle, the most powerful of all birds as well as one with many esoteric meanings. Eagle, a sign of the West, emphasizes working with others. Yet the core meaning of Tzikin is […]
260 days tomorrow, I first became aware of the concept of opposite nahuales in the Tzolkin. This occurred during my Path of the Plumed Serpent ceremony, which I will observe again on 8 Water. For details on this new and advanced concept in Mayan astrology, see New Paradigm Mayan Astrology.