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Lizard, one of the “treasures of the earth”, often associated with K’an. Photo by Iker Cortabarria from Palma, Spain [CC 2.0 Wikimedia Commons]

The daysign known as K’an is associated with the young maize god who is symbolized by ripe corn. This energy also represents the fertile seedling that is filled with growth potential. Symbolic of the resurrection of abundance, youthful vitality, and endless possibility, this is an energy highly aligned with growth, fertility, divine gifts, exuberance, optimism, and even opulence. Perhaps because the lizard is often associated with exuberance and seen as a “treasure of the earth” this is also symbolic of this daysign.  There is often a strong “boundary pushing” aspect to this energy which can inspire those born under this influence to explore uncharted territory or “push beyond” normally accepted traditions or ways of thinking.

Our jewelry items that are representative of K’an include one-of-a-kind porcelain pendants, some strung on cord, some beaded, 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


Special Edition


Sterling Silver Daysigns

*Please contact us if you would like to order this with something other than what is shown (eg. as a personalized  One K’an, Two K’an, Three K’an, etc. – see Ik’ section for an example)