Did you ever notice that everything in life revolves around a calendar? A time and a place? We currently use the Gregorian Calendar. What does this mean? Come take an in-depth scholarship into this 5 hour mind-expanding journey.
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The classical Tzolkin Calendar is one of the most important Mayan calendars for modern people to understand. The Tzolk’in is the oldest of all the Mayan Calendars and is referred to as the Master Calendar. All the other Mayan calendars are synchronized to it. It isn’t typically what you’d think of when you think “calendar”. You couldn’t hang it on your wall, or carry it around as a day planner. The Tzolkin is not a physical object carved in stone. Symbols from the Tzolkin are carved into the stonework of the ancient Mayan pyramids and stelea (sculpted stone monuments) but there is not one singular carving that you could call a calendar, per se.
Ian Xel Lungold
January 26, 1949 – November 16, 2005
12 – Sun (Ahau, Ajpu)
Mayan Majix was founded in 1998 by Mayan calendar researcher and artist Ian Xel Lungold. At that time, Ian had just completed an important journey to Guatemala where he met with thirteenth generation Mayan shaman and elder Don Alejandro Perez Oxlaj. The purpose of the meeting was to show Don Alejandro his Conversion Codex and verify that the calendar count was correct as per the Maya. Ian left the meeting with assurance that the count was correct.