Within the Maya Sacred Count of Days the daysign known as Kab’an represents the pulsing, life-oriented energies of the Earth itself. Often personified as a young Lunar Goddess, Kab’an is also sometimes known as “Lady of the Earth”. The “corkscrew” within the hieroglyph represents a lock of the Moon Goddess’s hair. Kab’an is not only symbolic of the pulsing rhythms of life, but also the evolutionary movement of time.
Our jewelry items that are representative of Kab’an include one-of-a-kind porcelain pendants, some strung on cord, some beaded, some silver-backed, and some multi-fired with lustres. “Monumental” style items are those with the little “feet”. “Codex” style items are those without the “feet”. Sterling silver pendants are also available, along with personalized pieces. Click here for a Date Decoder to find the Maya Calendar equivalent to your date of birth.
Corded Porcelain Pendants
Beaded Porcelain Pendants
Sterling Silver Daysigns
*Please contact us if you would like to order this with something other than what is shown (eg. One Kab’an, Two Kab’an, Three Kab’an, etc.)