Category: Calendar concepts

In this age of instantaneous knowledge-at-your fingertips, and armchair travelling to exotic locales without even having to step out of your house, it may be hard to imagine the amount of effort and skill that went into exploration and the acquisition of information even as recently as the late 19th century. But in those days, when even photography was in Read the full article…


Do you ever wonder what “drives” you? What is “the force” that keeps nagging at you, that keeps prompting you in particular directions? The ancient Aztecs had a word for it: the tonalli, the animating life force connected with vigour, energy, soul, and destiny. While this is discussed in much greater depth in Manual for the Soul we can look Read the full article…

Energy cycling
Posted by Marguerite Paquin in Calendar concepts

Her timing was always exquisite. It was as if she had a built in understanding of the nature of her own energy and her use of that knowledge was breathtaking. Our little Eskie was a wonder-girl when it came to working with the unseen. Even when she first came to us, when she was only 10 weeks old, she knew Read the full article…

While most of the focus of my Horoscope blog has been on the nature and cycling of the days and trecenas (13-day periods) within the Maya Calendar, as these energies relate to current events, we are now coming into a time zone that is echoing some very important energies associated with a Maya Long Count time period called a Calendar Read the full article…

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