THE MAYAN DAY COUNT
The Maya always start their creation story the same. "We were made from corn".
The daily personal Cholq'ij or Tzolkin calendar is based on the human body and the numbers 13 and 20. There are 13 main joints in the body, the
ankles, knees, hips, wrists, elbows and shoulders. The neck makes 13. Twenty because we have 20 fingers and toes. 13 x 20 = 260, the number of days in
the calendar due to that being how long a pregnancy is for a human. 9 moons.
The Tzolkin exists because it is the flow of the intentions of the creator. When a person studies the days and the meanings with the intention of
being open to receiving the flow, it comes in ways that will surprise even those that do not need to be convinced. One will begin to notice that the
intention of each day offers its gifts without delay and without ever missing. It is a map of the intentions of the universe playing out in human and
animal behavior. After a few weeks of following the Tzolkin intently, a person’s life will change. They will become accustomed to the flow and the
gentleness of existence will surround them. They will stop using the word coincidence. It is my belief that all the races of man once had this
knowledge, but now the Maya are the only ones that have preserved it and are sharing it.
There is one man who is in charge of the day count of the calendar. He is a 13th generation Quiche Mayan High Priest. He is also the Head of the Mayan
Elders as well as a Grand Elder...continued below
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