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Mayan Calendar Astrology

Mayan Calendar Astrology

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ByKenneth Johnson
Day-Sign Illustrations by Gregorio Kukulcan Itzep Hernandez
Published by Mystical Jaguar Productions, Taos, New Mexico, 2011.Copyright © 2011 Kenneth Johnson. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocpying, recording or by an information storage and retrieval system,without permission in writing from the publisher.
Unlike some other books on “Mayan Astrology,” none of the information contained inthis volume is my own personal invention. All of the material contained herein is based upon mystudies with Mayan Daykeepers and shamanic priests in Guatemala, all of whom are well knownin the contemporary tradition of the Mayan Calendar. Almost everything I have written here issimilar to what you would learn if you had chart readings from village priests in the highlands of Guatemala.I would like to thank my teachers. First and foremost, I thank Rigoberto ItzepChanchavac of Momostenango, who clarified for me the distinctions of meaning between DaySign, Number, Conception Sign and so on. He also made available to me detailed teachings onthe meaning of the numbers and the phases of the sun and moon, none of which have been published before. Since Momostenango is one of the few communities which still keeps both theSacred Calendar (
) and the Solar Calendar (
), he is the source for all my informationregarding the influence of the Solar Year Lord as well. His son, Gregorio Kukulcan ItzepHernandez, also an
aj q’ij
(Daykeeper), was the creator of the day-sign and number images usedthroughout the book.I would also like to thank Roberto Poz of Zunil, for introducing me to the esoterictechnique known as the Path of Feathered Serpent. A summary of some of his teachings can befound in a book authored by his sister-in-law, Jean Molesky-Poz, and entitled

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