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Mayan Horoscope — Earth (Caban) Sign Meaning. Personality Traits of Men and Women by Date of Birth: Legacy of the Tzolkin Calendar in Ancient Astrology.
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The complimentary energies radiate from the core sign like the points of a compass and represent the future and the past, as well as male and female energies, a concept we also find in Chinese astrology. The Mayans used more than one calendar, each for its own purpose. The day Haab calendar bears far more similarity to the West's beloved Gregorian calendar than the Tzolkin. In fact, the Haab calendar is slightly more accurate than the Gregorian, as explained by Mayan-Calendar. However, despite its precision, the Haab calendar was not commonly used for astrological purposes because the Tzolkin was considered the spiritual and sacred calendar of the Mayans.

Some did use the Haab to mark astrological day glyphs, which can be confusing for amateur astrologers in search of definitive Mayan astrology. A simple trick to determine whether you are using Haab or Tzolkin glyphs is to note that the Haab features only 19 glyphs whereas Tzolkin will list all Since Mayan and western calendars are so different, you'll need to figure out your Mayan birth date before you know which sign you belong to.

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Your Mayan birth glyph or sign is similar to western zodiac symbols. People born under certain birth glyphs possess different personality traits. The 20 Tzolkin glyphs are only an introduction to Mayan astrology. These 20 signs each represent a day in a Mayan calendar month, allowing individuals of differing months and years to still share the same day glyph.

However, Mayan astrology has never been limited to 20 personality profiles. Similar to Western astrology, birth time and year also play a part in forming one's cosmic imprint. These keys, which the Maya left behind, are of critical importance and direct relevance to our present situation as a species. The situation on Earth concerning the human race has become critical.

However, although it may not be directly obvious within this dimension of matter, there is a larger drama unfolding before our very eyes. The doorway to infinite possibility awaits each and every one of us. The sun will be reborn only if we can remember what it means to be children of the light. From our perspective, the Mayan Civilization existed in what we call the past. Anyone interested in seeing things from their perspective would be well advised to suspend any intellectual judgments, for indeed it would be impossible to understand the Maya from a purely Western mentality.

Having outlined the chronological and geographic details concerning the emergence of the Maya, let us now tune into what this amazing civilization was all about.

Mayan Majix - 1 - Earth (Caban)

The Mayan word ge symbolizes the beginning, the source from which all life manifests. Ge represents the egg and literally translated means zero. For the Maya, the concept of zero is the basis of their counting system, as we will see. Moreover, the spiral form of the G symbolizes the source of our existence, the Milky Way. The G can be accessed very easily through the symbol of Hunab Ku, which represents the center of the galaxy, or the heart of galactic consciousness. The Maya understood that everything comes from and returns to the One Source. Granted there are countless galaxies and super clusters swirling through the cosmos.

Yet, we may find it reasonable to agree that a galactic perspective is a sufficiently large frame of reference for human comprehension at this stage of evolution. The Maya also understood that within the galaxy, there were many star systems. They recognized the sun as the central source of energy and life within a solar system. Similarly they understood that the planetary being is the source of life within the terrestrial environment.

In this way they recognized that each respective being is linked back to the source of the next highest dimension, or next respective larger frame of reference. The figure on the next page illustrates the Kuxan Suum which forms the galactic-solar-planetary memory circuit that mediates all conscious vibrations and evolutionary programs transmitted by Hunab Ku. In fact, it is impossible to be disconnected. It is through this resonant circuit that the center of the galaxy transmits all evolutionary programs and memory patterns to each respective star system.

The Sun, in turn, focuses these vibrations down even further into the various planetary bodies within the solar system. It is essential to remember that in the Mayan perspective, everything travels in both directions simultaneously. This is known as the Zuvuya principal.

The Zuvuya represents the Universal memory circuit which extends from and returns to the Source of Infinity, thus connecting everything back to its Self. Thus, from the perspective of the Galactic Maya, there is one Source of all energy which is divine consciousness. This ener- Ge , or divine consciousness, manifests itself as an infinite number of possible forms throughout all dimensions. Each possible form is a frequency vibration; indeed all matter is essentially interconnected waves of energy.

So, unlike our culture which is obsessed with matter, i. Indeed, numbers within Mayan mathematics do not specifically relate to quantity, as is usually assumed; all numbers, including zero, represent different frequencies and tones. For the Maya, time was viewed as an endless web of cycles within cycles, all connected by an infinite spiral of eternal now: the Zuvuya.

They placed considerable significance in the convergence of two or more cycles. In addition, each representation of time, whether that of a glyph or number, held a specific archetypal or spiritual energy that was considered sacred. The basic unit of time in the Mayan calendar is called kin. This word means day, sun, person, and relative. The Maya track temporal cycles one kin at a time. Mayan mathematics uses a base 20, or vigesimal, counting system that begins with zero i. A kin also means 20 days; thus, all Mayan cycle calibrations can be expanded by factors of Actually, there were two such vigesimal systems.

One is a pure vigesimal system i. This second system is actually base 9 because all the numbers numerologically at up to 9. The Maya understood and used at least 17 different calendars. For the purposes of this report we will take a look at a few of these and how they are interrelated. The key calendar that we want to access is called the Tzolkin, or sacred count. In general, the Tzolkin is a perpetual day calendar created by the permutations of 20 symbols and 13 numbers. Interestingly, the origin of this calendar can be traced back to the Olmecs and is still in use today by modern Maya living in the Guatemalan highlands.

In other words, this calendar has been in use by human beings for at least years. This cycle is not based on the movement of our Sun, the Earth, or any other planet in the solar system. The Tzolkin is synchronized with the movement of energy and consciousness within our galaxy, and can be referred to as the galactic spin.

All the other cycles of stars and planets are built into, and follow from the Tzolkin.

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The Tzolkin reflects the Hunab Ku, the conscious center of the galaxy. The Maya believed it was necessary to align oneself with this energy to attain spiritual harmony in life and with nature. The Tzolkin is a powerful tool which can be utilized for retrieval of galactic information. It can also be used to synchronize your self, through resonance, with the galactic whole. As mentioned above, the Tzolkin is actually a matrix formed by the possible combinations of 20 day glyphs, also called solar tribes, and 13 sacred numbers.

Consequently this count can be understood as twenty day cycles or thirteen day cycles. Once you reach the bottom of the column you begin at the top of the next column to the right and continue in this way until you reach the bottom right hand corner. Each of the 13 numbers represents a resonant pulsation of the galactic being, or Hunab Ku.

Each pulse carries a particular radiant energy. Similarly, the 20 day glyphs represent different tones or frequencies, each of which is supersaturated with meaning. As a series, the 20 glyphs describe the unfolding process of life itself. The last glyph is Ahau, which is the Sun, represents completion, union, wholeness, enlightenment, and transcendence.

There are a couple obvious patterns generated by this matrix. This cycle of 13 days can be called a wavespell.

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The days can also be seen as four seasons of 65 days each. Another significant subcycle within the Tzolkin is a period of 52 days called a castle, of which there are five. In addition, cycles of four days represent the four directions; east, north, west, and south respectively. The entire unit grid, 20 rows and 13 columns, is held together by 52 specific days which create a frame for the entire structure. These 52 units, or resonate nodal intersections, are called galactic activation portals GAPs and represent days of more intensified galactic activation.

The framework created by these portal days is called the Loom of Maya and resembles the double-helix pattern associated with our DNA. In order to get a better perspective, lets step back and consider the Tzolkin in the broadest sense. The unit matrix of resonate frequencies creates a non-linear holographic pattern. Although we count one day at time in a linear fashion, the overall pattern is non-linear because each day feeds back into and is effected by all other days. The entire pattern is infinitely interconnected with itself.

The result of this property concerning resonate interconnection is that each unit essentially contains the whole pattern. This is a fundamental property of all holograms, mainly that the whole is contained within each part. Moreover, because the Tzolkin integrates the 13 galactic pulsations and the 20 frequency possibilities within each pulsation, the entire matrix defines the smallest field of possibilities and permutations which codes and accommodates for all manifestations of being within our galaxy. Simply put, the Tzolkin is a multi-dimensional holographic reflection of the Hunab Ku.

In effect, the unit harmonic circuit of the Tzolkin codes for many levels and scales of reality simultaneously. The following represent a few simple examples of this property of the Tzolkin. For instance, humans have 20 fingers and toes. There are also 20 essential amino acids from which all biological life is composed.

There are 13 months in one lunar year. The number 13 also represents harmonic ascension, that is, there are 12 notes in an octave plus the 13 th which returns you to the first note in the next octave. The number also represents the day period of human gestation within the womb. We can also apply the Tzolkin to the behavior of celestial bodies. The synodic revolution of Venus is a period of days, which equals 2. Similarly, the synodic revolution of Mars is a period of days, which equals 3 times The synodic period of the moon is There is also a direct relation between our sun and the number The solar system is a self-contained organism.

This energy field of the solar system pulses outward every These One full solar breath occurs once approximately every 23 The heliopause also directly relates to the activity of binary sunspots which behave according to the same period of Well, 16 times days equals Also, This report primarily concerns the Tzolkin and larger cycles of time; thus, we will see more of these applications very shortly. Another calendar system used by the Maya is the Haab. This cycle is days long, a vague solar year, and is usually counted as eighteen months of twenty days each, with a nineteenth month of five days added on at the end.

Whereas the Tzolkin is known as the sacred calendar, the Haab is a calendar used in common life and agricultural applications. The following illustration shows the nineteen month glyphs and their names. The Tzolkin and Haab cycles are used together, and thus a single day will bear a date from each of these calendars. Consequently, because one cycle is days and the other is days, the least common multiple of these cycles creates a cycle of 18, days.

In other words, the Tzolkin and Haab synchronize once every 18, days, a period which equals 52 Haab or 73 Tzolkin. This cycle of 52 vague solar years is called the Calendar Round. This cycle can be considered one solar-galactic year since we are synchronizing the galactic and solar day counts. The Maya were also very interested in the cycles of Venus. In fact, Venus was the centerpiece of their cosmology and mythology. They calibrated the motion of Venus by counting the days between the rising of Venus as the morning star.

This cycle equals days. Also, five Venus cycles 5 x equals eight years. The Maya were able to calibrate larger cycles of time by synchronizing the Calendar Round with the day cycle of Venus. In fact, sixty-five Venus cycles equals 37, days, which is exactly the length of two Calendar Rounds. Therefore, the Tzolkin, Haab, and Venus cycles all synchronize once every years. This period of years is called the Venus Round, and the day of the morning star appearance on the eastern horizon was known as the Sacred Day of Venus. Using this system of natural cycles within natural cycles, the Maya were able to keep track of periods years in length.

Also, the basic structure of this system allowed the Maya to easily predict solstice and eclipse dates. The harmonic system of the Venus Round became fragmented during the Spanish Inquisition and is no longer in use. However, the basic structure of the 52 year Calendar Round is still in use by the Maya living throughout Mesoamerica.

In order to synchronize even larger cycles of time, the Maya devised what is known as the Long Count. This aspect of their calendar system is based on counting the number of days that have elapsed since the beginning of the Long Count cycle. As mentioned earlier, the Mayan word for day is kin.

The Long Count is based on the relative vigesimal expansion used by the Maya. Twenty kin make a uinal. Eighteen uinal make a tun, which equals kin. Twenty tun make a katun, which equals 7, kin, or approximately Twenty katun make a baktun , which equals , kin, tun , or approximately years. Note, each place value represents a multiple of twenty except for the tun, which is a product of eighteen months of twenty days. The date in terms of the Long Count indicates how many days have elapsed since a zero date which is written as follows, 0.

From left to right, the place values are baktun, katun, tun, uinal, and kin respectively.

For example, 6. If we add all these up we find that this sample date indicates , days have elapsed since the beginning of the cycle. For reasons that will become clear, the Long Count is also called the baktun cycle. That is, the cycle begins on 0. This cycle, also called the Great Cycle, lasts exactly 1,, kin, katun, tun, or approximately After years of considering data from archeology, ethnography, iconography, and astronomy, Mayanologists have determined that the date 0.

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Interestingly, the inauguration of the Long Count system dates back to around years ago. The end date, A point not thoroughly considered is this: the date The cycle returns to the same time that it started. The easiest way to visualize the Great Cycle is to remember that the Tzolkin can be applied to different scales without distorting the pattern. That is, the proportions of the 20 tones and 13 pulsations remain constant as we zoom in or zoom out of different size reference frames. As mentioned above, the Great Cycle equals katuns , thus the Tzolkin can be used to map this larger cycle by allowing each unit to equal one katun.

Therefore, the Great Cycle can be viewed as a set of thirteen baktuns, or columns, where each baktun contains 20 katuns. The Great Cycle of the Mayan calendar definitely has relevance to something, but what? If we look back into the past we will rediscover that the event which coincides with the beginning of the Great Cycle is none other than the birth of written language.

This time in the evolution of our species represents the commencement of history itself. The period from to BC also coincides with the rise of patriarchy which ended the peaceful goddess culture that existed before history during the Early Neolithic. When the 13 baktun Great Cycle is viewed from the perspective of the unit structure of the Tzolkin we immediately see that history itself is a harmonic function that can be mapped using the 20 frequencies and 13 pulsations. The reasons why this idea makes sense should become more obvious to anyone who studies the subject intimately.

Let us consider, for a moment, that the entire historical process can be represented as a waveform. This wave harmonic can be broken down into 13 sub-waveforms, each of which codes for a characteristic patterning of historic activity. Each baktun progresses through all twenty frequencies that are represented by the solar tribes. The transformational process of history unfolds itself over thousands of years.

Thus, subtle patterns within the dynamic unfolding often elude the perception of any individual human which is experiencing the drama from within the third-dimension. Lets consider the present day in relation to the Great Cycle. We are currently in the 12 th and final baktun of the cycle. It should be noted that the baktun is not counted until it has elapsed; therefore, the first baktun was numbered zero, and the date Within this final baktun of the Great Cycle , we find ourselves in the midst of the final katun.

This katun, in the bottom right-hand corner of the Tzolkin as Great Cycle, bears the name Ahau. Baktun 12 dates back to AD. This is the time period of Galeleo, Kepler, and Descartes, and indeed the birth of scientific materialism. Four hundred years; it seems about as far back as any one can remember, yet it was only a moment ago. From Newton, to the Industrial Revolution, through colonialism, electricity, World Wars I and II, the nuclear era, the birth of computer technology, and space travel; the wave of this baktun represents the cresting of the entire Great Cycle of history.

In this short period of time we witness an awesome compression of exponential acceleration which is reflected through transformations in technology, art, and nature, not to mention the conscious reality experienced by the collective mind of the human race. Indeed, at this point in the game everything is changing and transforming itself faster and faster, moment to moment. This accelerated flux of change, and the perspective of the entire cycle of history, is only perceivable toward the end of the cycle, as the acceleration of change overflows into unexpected novel occurrences which reflect the synchronic order of the larger whole.

Speaking from my intuition, the harmonic ascension of the human race through the tun c ycle corresponds to a certain field of evolutionary growth within the planetary mind of goddess Gaia. It is essential to remember that we are all minute projections of Her being. On an even broader level, this planetary reality is a minute projection of the galactic being, our Cosmic Mother, which is the source of all evolutionary programs, resonate transmissions, and memory seeded throughout respective star systems within the Milky Way, via the Kuxan Suum.

This is also why the Great Cycle can be mapped using the Tzolkin, or galactic spin. The purpose of this cycle, which the Maya calibrated and mapped as the Long Count, was specially engineered to raise the frequency of vibration of humanity, the planet, and the solar system through a quickening and transformation of matter. This cycle climaxes when the entire historic process converges in the direction of the now, beyond the third dimension. As the Earth moves into a higher vibrational state, our collective reality will phase into synchronization with the larger galactic frame of reference.

The living tapestry of history is woven by an incomprehensible number of threads. However, the entire pattern appears to be spiraling in the shape of a steep spiral which culminates at the projected Long Count end date of Dec 21, Indeed, at this point we are experiencing the convergence of all dimensions of history. This subject leads directly to many transcendental implications. The actual event, galactic synchronization, which occurs at the end of history will remain a mystery until it is experienced directly in the present moment.

However, the nature of this experience is not inaccessible. It has been slowly coming into resonance over thousands and thousands of years. In order to obtain a clear perspective with good resolution, it should be remembered that this event marks the culmination of our entire history; thus, an accurate picture can be constructed by synthesizing, and making connections between all cultures around the world present and past; their cosmologies, their use of symbols, and their rituals.

In this way, the big picture of human history is accessible. This project concerns the classic Maya; thus, we will focus on a few threads of the tapestry within Mesoamerican history and how they are interwoven. Hopefully, this investigation will shed some light on the significance of the Long Count end date. Despite the many records carved in stone throughout Mayan cities, much of this culture remains a profound mystery. The main reason for this is the Spanish. Not only did they come to the Yucatan some years after the Classic Maya, thus never aware of the previous stage of advanced civilization, but they made it their personal mission to destroy all that remained of the once great culture of the terrestrial Maya.

Throughout the period known as the New Empire, the Maya had created many hieroglyphic texts on folding sheets of paper. Of these only four survive. They are known as the Dresden, Madrid, Grolier, and Paris codices. All the rest were burned by Spanish conquistadors and Christian missionaries. In addition to these codices, a few texts that were written after the Spanish conquest have survived.

The prophecy of the Chilam Balam supposedly foretells the Spanish Invasion, and gives details of the diseases and war that were to come. The prophecy cycle of the Chilam Balam is based on a shorthand version of the Tzolkin as Great Cycle.


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Remember that there are 20 cycles of 13 katuns. A cycle of 13 katuns equals tun, or approximately years. Interestingly, two conjunction cycles of Uranus and Pluto equals years. Also, 3 katuns equal exactly 37 synodical cycles of Venus. This 13 katun cycle interpenetrates and runs parallel to the cycle of 13 baktuns.

The 13 katun cycles are known as the Ahau cycles. They are named Ahau because each katun ends on the day Ahau, but on different numbers. The first katun ended on 11 Ahau and is named 11 Ahau. The next katun in the cycle is 9 Ahau, followed by 7 Ahau. Each katun is numbered 2 less than the one before it. Each of the 13 katuns was associated with a certain fate, and the Maya believed that the arrival of each katun brought with it this fate. The Chilam Balam not only warned the Indians of the disasters and hardships that would occur, but prophesied the return of ancient glory and universal harmony.

We will now look at the prophetic tradition of the Maya which precedes the Spanish conquest. The most well known prophetic icon in Mesoamerican culture is the sunstone calendar which depicts the five ages. The four square boxes located around the center circle symbolize the four previous ages. The figure in the center represents the present fifth and final age. As described in the previous section, a world age can be represented by the tun Great Cycle.

Five Great Cycles 5 x equals one Grand Cycle of tun remember 1 tun equals days. The details of the creation and dissolution of these five ages are summarized in the Popul Vu creation myth. As the Earth orbits the sun, it wobbles like a top, exhibiting a property known as precession.

The orientation of the north pole, which is currently aligned with Polaris, traces an ellipse against the background of stars. The tun cycle can also be mapped using the Tzolkin by allowing each unit to equal tun, or 50 katuns. This is indeed another astonishing application of the Tzolkin. From this perspective, we are not only nearing the end of the Great Cycle of history, but we are about to close out an entire year Grand Cycle period of evolution.

Interestingly enough, if we look back years we find ourselves in the times of Cro-Magnon man which preceded Homo Sapiens. Perhaps the day gestation period of an individual human can be correlated with a year gestation period of the human species. A paramount figure in the prophetic tradition of the Maya is a man known as Pacal Votan. Pacal Votan was a great Mayan king and his rule extended over a vast area of their civilization.