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With the Energy of the Days

Here you will find all the the Twenty Days explained in detail. Learn what energy each day carries. Find out what YOU can do to be in the flow, aligned with the gods and moving forward in your life in an easier, more productive, more relaxed and happy way. Learn the elements, Spirit Wind Directions, and Effects of each Day/God. And learn what the personality traits and life path suggestions are for those born on each Day. Discover more about YOU and about how you can be in alignment instead of trying to swim upstream!  

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Lords of Days

Meet the Lords of the Days. 

Which day were YOU born on? 

What elements and energies speak to you?

How will you FIND BALANCE?

Come into connection with the Universe and discover  peace, fulfillment, and serenity. 

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Learn About Your Path

Walk the path you were born for. Your Maya birth-chart gives you so much information! Find out what day god you were born under and which gods rule different areas of your life. Learn more about your personality and your potential. Discover how to overcome your struggles, your most successful and powerful approach to life, who your guides are, understanding your past, and seeing into your future.  You can do everything from start with a very simple birth-chart reading that gives you a snapshot of where you are now to find out what your full constellation chart looks like with more than 25 different elements! 

Imix

Crocodile

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Key Words: Creation, Birth, Chaos, Water, Beginnings, Intuition
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Imix represents the reptilian body of the earth and darkness and is seen as a waterlily monster. It is turbulent and unstable but can also represent new foundations. Imix is the nawal of water. 

Imix is CREATION. In the Maya cosmovision, the earth was created on the back of a crocodile. Crocodiles, who live in the mangroves among the waterlilies, are thought to be good mothers to their children, protective and attentive.

 

In the Story of Humankind, Imix represents the day the earth was created. Imagine mountains rising out of a turbulent, primordial sea. this is Imix, powerful, chaotic, primal energy. 

The etymology of IMIX comes from the word for sea, river, and lake. It is pronounced EEmish

Other Totems: Water

Key Words: Creation, Birth, Water, Chaos, Intuition

Animal: Crocodile

Spirit Winds Direction: Lak'in the East

Energy: Beginnings, Passion & Unity

Effect: Beginning

Color: Red

Element: Fire

Energetic Places: Oceans and rivers

Nawal of the Sea

 

Imix is a good day to focus on:

  • Being Creative 

  • Low numbers are good for making decisions 

  • Cleansing yourself from negative energy

  • Receiving messages from beyond

  • Starting new projects

Imix is a day to ask for a person’s return after they have left their home or country. People ask for rain on this day. Also, on this day people ask for the calming of mental and spiritual disorders, climate changes, and problems at home. 

If you were born on this day

Crocodiles positive traits are derived from its watery aspects. These natives are intuitive, creative, and visionary. Emotion plays a major role in their lives. Caring people, they nurture life and care for family and friends. But the crocodile lurks just beneath the surface of water, hidden to all but the most observant. This implies cunning, stealth, and even trickiness. Some are thought of as being ahead of their time. Crocodiles fulfill their goals by working with others. Those who are born on this day are good workers, intuitive, and creative. They are greatly influenced by the year bearer, more than any other Nawales. Good vocations for crocodile people are musicians, writers, and artists, psychics, therapists, business owners and any other type of self-employment.

The Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Tricky, stubborn, indecisive, inefficient, and even sexually explicit are all terms for the negative potential in crocodile. They can be led astray or deceived by evil influences or bad advice. They can be called eccentric or even crazy due to the sign’s association with occult forces. To minimize this, they should stay open and clear and shun black magic and evil forces.

 
Ik

Wind

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Key Words: Spirit, Breath, Air, Your Voice
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Ik represents air, wind, the human voice, violence, heavy showers, and hurricanes. It is all about the breathe of life and creativity. It is your voice when you speak, so speak your truth that you might speak life. 

 

Ik is the SPIRIT, also called Heart of Sky, who was there when the worlds were created.

 

In the Story of Humanity it is the Spirit who hovered over the primordial waters, all was dark, nothing was formed. It was the Great Spirit, the Heart of Sky, waiting, breathing, ready to coalesce form.

 

The etymology of Ik comes from the word wind, air, spirit, and Heart of the Sky.

Other Totems: Heart of Sky

Key Words: Breath of life, Human voice

Animal: Hummingbird

Spirit Wind Direction: Xaman the North

Energy: Clarity, Transparency and Truth

Effect: Diminishing

Color: White

Element: Air

Energetic Places: Cool high places and deep valleys

Ik is a good day to focus on:

  • Asking for protection for friends and family

  • Asking that all suffering be taken away

  •  Asking for protection against the rage of overly strong human emotions

  • Using your voice, speaking your truth

  • Meditation/breathing

 

On this day, people ask for the end of suffering, illnesses, or problems at home. 

If you were born on this day

Wind people are imaginative, creative, and clever. They are sociable, sentimental, dreamers—romantics who can be great conversationalists and articulate writers. Fun to be around, they may be idealistic and brave, or timid and indecisive. They are nature lovers who find inspiration and peace of mind in the outdoors. Those who are born on this day are emotional, sociable, considerate, and have a pleasant life. Wind people are intensely spiritual, so much so that they may lose touch with reality. To alleviate this, they should do breathing exercises that focus on grounding. The current trecena influences Wind people more than other day signs, because wind is affected by the moon. Illness may result from their being overly passionate, but overall Wind people lead strong, long lives. Wind natives succeed best as artists, musicians, writers, inventors, electricians, gamblers, spiritual guides, and psychics. Men may become powerful military leaders, but genders may become powerful leaders in the community.

 

The Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

The negative traits are impulsiveness, moodiness, and indecisiveness to the point of being fickle. They can be rouges who are dishonest and lascivious. At their worst they can turn on friends and suddenly in a fit of rage do something that leads to violence.

 
Ak'bal

Night

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Key Words: Hope, Duality, Secrets, Darkness, Dawn, Otherworld
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Ak'bal represents the night-house and the darkness before the dawn. It is the hope that comes when you know the dawn is soon to appear. It is the duality of light coming from darkness. It is about looking within to find answers. It is the day for revelaing secret love. 

In the Story of Humanity, Ak'bal is the day light was created from darkness. Darkness hovered over the face of the primordial waters and then Great Spirit spoke and there was light. It was the beginning of duality.

 

The etymology for AK'BAL comes from the word meaning darkness.

Key Words: Hope, Otherworld, Darkness, Dawn, Duality, Secrets.

Animal: Bat

Spirit Wind Direction: Chik'in the West

Energy: Duality, Cooperation, Change, Fear

Effect: Adjusting

Color: Blue/Black

Element: Water

Energetic Places: Dawn, Dusk and Caves

A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Declaring your love

  • Discovering the underlying causes of problems

  •  Introducing babies to their ancestors

  • Contacting your ancestors

  • Finding things

It is a day to ask for light to reach all things. It is the day for feelings of the heart.  

If you were born on this day

Hunters and seekers of truth, night people like to investigate and discover. They display a feminine character to their character, soft-spoken and diplomatic. They speak and write eloquently, enjoy travel, and are strong influences among their community and friends. Intelligent and charming, they are attractive to the opposite sex. They are not afraid of a fight and won’t back down. Well organized, logical, and lucky, night people see their goals through to the end, especially long-term projects. Their curiosity leads them to acquire wisdom and knowledge. Those who are born on this day are brave hunters, humble, serious, precise, and can withstand criticism and rejection. A night person will do well as a shaman, diviner, investigator, analyst, hunter/warrior, musician, writer, or artist.

 

The Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Turning words into weapons, they can be caustic and hurt others with their comments. A night person gone bad may use her/her intelligence and communication skills to become an effective liar, cheat, or con artist.

Those who are born on this day are brave hunters, humble, serious, precise, and can withstand criticism and rejection.

 
K'an

Net

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Key Words: Gather, Gravity, Abundance, Harvest
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K'an is a symbol of fishing nets which you can use to can catch things or can entangle you. It can also be the net used by farmers to gather in the corn, which are seeds and represent abundance and harvest. K'an is all about gathering things, collecting things, and piecing things together.

In the Story of Humanity, K'an is the net of gravity that was created to surround the earth and gather everything to the surface of the planet. It is also the gathering of the seas into one place so the dry land would appear and it is the gathering of all plants, animals, and fish.

The etymology of K’AN comes from the word net, tangle, or disentangle.

Other Totems: Seed

Key Words: Harvest, Gathering, Tangle, Disentangle 

Animal: Spider 

Spirit Wind Direction: Nohol the South

Energy: Ending, Completion, Abundance, Harvest

Effect: Increasing

Color: Yellow

Element: Earth

Energetic Places: The sea and the jungle

A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Disentangling things

  •  Paying of all types of debts including relational spiritual, and material ones

  • Working on community projects

  • Harvesting

  • Gathering things

It is the symbol of fire, burning, fishing net, and net to protect the corncobs. It is the day to ask for a child to be born.  

If you were born on this day

Curious, perceptive, and artistic, seed people are fiery individuals who can use (or misuse) rules and laws to their own benefit. Problem solving is their forte, but more for their friends or community than for themselves. They can collect several points of view and merge or reduce them into one unified perspective. They are often non-conformists. The fire in their hearts can be expressed sexually as well as idealistically. As collectors, they must earn to be selective and avoid overloading their net. Those who are born on this day promote theoretical and practical laws, are good, weak, and gravitate toward the fire. This sign makes excellent farmers, criminal attorneys, hunters, performers, and gathers of anything. They should not seek public office whether religious, military, or political.

The Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Seed/net people are easily caught up in the snares of life. Emotional instability is their main obstacle. They may become promiscuous or mismanage money to the point of getting deep into debt. Some are manipulative.

  

 
Chikchan

Feathered Serpent

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Key Words: Truth, Justice, Writing, God Descends to be with Humankind
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Chikchan represents the god Kukulkan. This snake is the Great Plumed Serpent who is the framer and shaper of the universe. The Plumed Serpent was one of the three beings in the Popul Vuh who created the Universe. This day is about justice, truth, and peace.  

In the Story of Humanity, Chikchan is the Creator descended to earth to connect with mankind. 

The etymology of KAN comes from the word feathered serpent. Another spelling is Chicchan.

Key Words: Truth, Justice, Wisdom

Animal: Snake

Spirit Wind Direction: Lak'in the East

Energy: Beginning, Passion, and Creation

Effect: Beginning

Color: Red

Element: Fire

Energetic Places: Beaches, mountains, and starry nights

A Good Day to Focus on: 

  • Seeking justice

  • Using or seeking wisdom

  • Speaking the truth

  • Diagnosing and curing illness 

  • Remembering the power of female intuition 

  • Writing/Reading

People ask for strength, good health, and work. It is a day to get rid of anger. .  

If you were born on this day

Snake people are strong and powerful. Intensity, intelligence, and intuitiveness that can lead to clairvoyance are hallmarks of the snake. They are highly sexual and have a magnetic personality. They are wise and can obtain material wealth as well as spiritual knowledge. Those who are born on this day are strong, skillful, wise, and sincere; psychologists and physicists. Best vocations include actor, politician, doctor, shaman, or magician.

The Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Snakes can lose their tempers quickly and become enraged. They may be controlling or manipulative and can tend to extremes. Witchy is another negative aspect. Of all the Nawales, snake people have the highest tendency toward evil, especially in the pursuit of power or domination over others. This sign has been compared to a fire hose, surging with power that can easily become out of control.

 
Kimi

Death

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Key Words: Endings, Transformation
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Kimi encompasses both the good and the bad and the owl that announces death from the trees. It is the nawal of the Sun. It is about transformation and change. Death is about the end of a cycle. It can also be about harvest because when the corn is harvested, it dies. 

In the Story of Humanity, Kimi represents the time when man ceases to be immortal. He becomes subject to the laws of the Universe and an recipient of transformation and change from one form of energy to another. 

The etymology of KIMI comes from the word death. Another spelling is Cimi or Cymy

Key Words: Death, Transformation, Harvest, Change

Animal: Owl

Spirit Wind Direction: Xaman the North

Energy: Clarity, Transparency, Truth

Effect: Diminishing 

Color: White

Element: Air

Energetic Places: The fireplace, temples, and ceremonial centers

Nawal of the Sun

A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Asking for tranquility among those both living and dead 

  • Asking for and giving forgiveness

  • Remembering/Contacting the dead

  • Ending things

  • Tying up loose ends

  • Harvesting

  • Reminding yourself of past successes

On this day, people ask to be free of bad choices and accidents.  

If you were born on this day

     Death is a very lucky day on which to be born. These people enjoy peace of mind, patience, discipline, and physical strength. They show a feminine demeanor (often in appearance), are conservative and in touch with the past. This makes them more intuitive than logical, more likely to follow their feelings than logic as they walk their path in life. Their focus on material things may lead them to becoming wealthy. Death natives are responsible, helpful, and have magnetic personalities. They are eloquent and can become excellent speakers. Concerned with the community, they go out of their way to help. They are strong. They have great potential as actors, writers, politicians, prophets, philosophers, and psychics.

The Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

The Kimi person who does not look without or seek counsel from their past and ancestors may be open to lying and cheating in relationships and business. Vengefulness and violence are the most drastic traits that can emerge.    

 

 
Manik

Deer

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Key Words: Balance, Lord of the Forest, Hunt
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Manik is the force that carries the destinies of humankind. It is one of the four means of support of the sky and the Earth. And it represents the four corners of the earth. It encompasses everything about balance and support and is master of the hunt.

In the Story of Humanity, Manik is the Lord of the forest, the day when humans left the garden and went into the wild, learned how to hunt, and to begin to understand the dual nature of life and to find balance.

The etymology of Manik comes from the word deer. Another spelling is Manic or Manyk

Other Totems: Hand (a hand holding a spear)

Key Words: Balance, Business, Nature, Hunting

Animal: Deer

Spirit Wind Direction: Chik'in the West

Energy: Duality, Cooperation, Change, Fear

Effect: Adjusting 

Color: Blue/Black

Energetic Places: Forests, mountains, and woodlands

Element: Water

Manik is A Good Day to Focus On:

  • Spending time in nature

  •  Avoiding gossip

  • Asking for a good harvest

  • Becoming a student of spirituality 

  • Seeking balance

  • Advertising

  • Job hunting

  • Working with clients

If you were born on this day

This deer is no Bambi! Among the mightiest of all the Nawales, deer people are strong physically, spiritually, and mentally. A Mayan saying is, “The deer stamps his hoof as a sign of authority.” Men are very masculine, and woman may display masculine traits and have strong voices. Deer people are dominating and make powerful communicators who are convincing and inspire confidence. Tenacious and independent, they accomplish their goals. Deer people enjoy travel and outdoors. Those who are born on this day are defenders of other people and are irritable; they don’t get sick so easily, and are strong. They can become leaders of their community or church, sportsmen/women, businesspeople, hunters, priests, day keepers or diviners. 

 

The Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Those born on this day may be demanding or overbearing. Other negative traits include, meddling in other people’s affairs, and bursts of anger and selfishness. Their verbal skills can lead them into running con games or manipulating others. Deer often crash through the forest, unintentionally smashing anything in their way. Deer people may do the same in life unless they are aware of this potential.

 
Lamat

Seed

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Key Words: Fertility, Abundance, Harvest, Growth
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Lamat is represents abundance and the seasons. It is all about planting a seed, from flowers to ideas, to friendships. It means the color of gold and of the sugar cane. It is the third color of the Sun. It is the symbol of the four seasons of the year. It also symbolizes humans, animals, and plants. It also represent the star Venus, who is the goddess of fertility.

In the Story of Humanity, Lamat is Eve, the mother of all. It is the seed of humanity and the fertile growth of humankind. 

The etymology of LAMAT comes from the words seed and yellow.

Other Totems: Star, Venus

Key Words: Planting, Fertility, Abundance

Animal: Rabbit

Spirit Wind Direction: Nohol the South

Energy: Abundance, Endings, Harvest

Effect: Increasing

Color: Yellow

Element: Earth

Energetic Places: Forests, rivers, lakes, and highlands

 

Lamat is A Good Day to Focus On:

  • Starting a new project or relationship

  •  Feeding the world

  • Star gazing and thinking about the universe

  • Planting

  • Being thankful for abundance

If you were born on this day

Seed individuals are friendly, emotional, and sensitive. Their diligence, patience, creativity, hard work, and good luck can lead to wealth. They fall ill often. Intuitive, they rely more on feelings than logic. To feel secure and whole, they must share their emotions and love. They will see many changes throughout their lives. Moving slowly, they are almost always successful in the end. They can become successful as farmers (or any vocation that involves growing things) musicians, actors, and other kinds of performers, counselors, and philosophers.

The Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Egotistical, arrogant, and internally conflicted, this sign easily becomes addicted to alcohol and drugs and is attracted to all kinds of vice. Selfishness is another negative trait. A fondness for gossip can lead to slander.  Their cautiousness can turn into paranoia.

 
Muluk

Moon

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Key Words: Offerings, Payment, Sacrifice, Intuition, Deep Things, Secrets, Bringing Things to Light
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Muluk is about bringing dark things to light. It is a day of giving offerings and making sacrifices. It is also a day to use your intuition and be aware of your emotions.

In the Story of Humanity, Muluk is the offerings brought to the Fathermother in hopes of re-connection with humankind.

The etymology of MULUK comes from the words offering, fine, and payment. It also comes from the words for to help, to socialize, to listen, and to understand. Another spelling is Muluc

Other Totems: Water

Key Words: Payment, Offerings, Sacrifice, Secrets, Bringing Things to Light, Deep Things, Intuition

Animal: Shark

Spirit Wind Direction: Lak'in the East

Energy: Passion, Beginnings & Unity

Effect: Beginnings

Color: Red

Element: Fire

Energetic Places: Beaches and big rocks

Nawal of Fire

Muluk is A Good Day to Focus On:

  • Giving offerings to the earth

  • Asking for strength to avoid mistakes

  • Paying debts(bills) and making up for missed obligations 

  • Asking for rain

  • Using your intuition

  • Being aware of your emotions

 People ask for strength to avoid mistakes and for the end of their sufferings. People also ask for dark things to come out into the light.

If you were born on this day

People of this sign are dreamers who are imaginative, intellectual, and willing to take risks and make sacrifices. These sacrifices are for the purpose of moving forward or having positive results. These people, linked with the moon and with water, are sensitive, emotional, and sincere. They can be helpful, warm, and sociable. Some have psychic powers, and all find it easier to think and solve problems intuitively rather than logically. The struggles water/moon people endure ultimately make them stronger.  Those who are born on this day can be good in psychology, morals, as well as material and social arenas. They can be conciliators, and are self-taught. They make good farmers, performers, musicians, mid-wives, mathematicians, spiritual guide, psychics, and priests.

The Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

These people can go too far in their acts and words, even in their lifestyle, and take risks in their relationships and business. They may have short tempers and be mean or overly possessive.

 
Ok

Dog

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Key Words: Guide, Judge, Protect, Friendship, Fun
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Ok represents your guide, protector, wise counsel, friendship, and fidelity. Ok is the dog that guides the night sun through the underworld. He also loves to have fun and is the most sexual of all the Nawales. The most sensual of all the nawales, he also represents the five senses of human beings.

In The Story of Humanity, Ok is the one who passes judgement on the offerings given and then provides guidance that humankind might be re-united, or once again become aware of the connection with Fathermother and Spirit of Sky.

The etymology of Ok comes from the word dog. Other spellings include: Oc, Ook

Key Words: Guide, Protect, Friendship, Judge, Fun

Animal: Dog

Spirit Wind Direction: Xaman the North

Energy: Clarity, Transparency, Truth

Effect: Decreasing

Color: White

Element: Air

Energetic Places: Natural settings especially mountains and beaches

Nawal of Material and Spiritual Justice

Ok is A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Look for hidden truths 

  • Seek/Give advice

  • Spend time with friends

  • Protect your loved ones

  • Ask for freedom from poverty, misfortune, and bad habits

  • Play and have fun

  • Short distance travel

  • Have great sex 

On this day, people ask to prevent and keep away poverty, misfortune, and bad habits. People can ask to judge the good and the bad, and to be be free of criticism and rumors.

If you were born on this day

Friendly and respected, balanced, and brave, dog people are also loyal, sensitive and romantic, sensual and attractive. They are good at strategy and games, especially the game of life. They can be as creative at games as they are at making music and other arts and crafts. Those who are born on this day are intelligent and can be jealous. Ok people make good bodyguards, teachers, mathematicians, tour guides, investigators, managers, artists, musicians, analysts and strategists.

The Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Weak and easily confused, dogs can be overly ambitious and downright mean. They want to apply their own law and impose it on others. Lacking self-control, they may become confused and overindulge in drugs and/or alcohol. They may be stubborn or manipulating and may cheat on lovers. Emotional instability and pride can also be a problem. At their worst, dog people can be sexually degenerate and depraved.

 
Chuwen

Monkey

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Key Words: Creativity, Time, Connection, Ancestors, Fun
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Chuwen represents the thread of time, connections from past to present to future, and the development of humans and nature. It is the weaving of time. It is also the great craftsman, the patron of arts and knowledge, and is all about creativity and having fun. Monkey loves to party!

In the Story of Humankind, Chuwen is both the descent of time and the inspiration for creativity. It is the beginning of tools, art, and music. 

The etymology of Chuwen comes from the word thread. Another spelling is Chuen.

Other Totems: Thread

Key Words: Creative, Fun, Connection, Time, Ancestors

Animal: Monkey

Spirit Wind Direction: Chik'in the West

Energy: Cooperation, Duality, and Change

Effect: Adjusting

Color: Blue/Black

Element: Water

Energetic Places: Forests, lakes, and the night sky

Chuwen is A Good Day to Focus on: 

  • Starting a new project or business venture

  •  Following the ways and advice of the elders

  •  Planning a marriage or getting married

  • Having a party

  • Being creative

  • Having fun

  • Honoring your past

In Guatemala, on this day the New Year ceremonies take place to celebrate a new cycle of 260 days. New men and women day keepers are initiated on this day.

 

If you were born on this day

Monkey people are creative, intelligent and clever. Fast learners, they often succeed in business, relationships, and life without even trying. Problem solving comes naturally to them. Born lucky, monkey is sociable, outgoing, and fun to be around. They enjoy the outdoors and love to be the center of attention. Calm and self-assured, just, and cautious, Monkey has strong character and charisma and is a natural born leader. If not leading the way, monkey remains independent rather than following others. They are better at solving other people’s problem than they are at solving their own. People who are born on this day will be successful in business, marriage, and throughout their lives. They will be respectable, sociable, intelligent, defenders, and teachers. They make great actors, musicians, writers, artisans, and weavers. If they are born on a number from 8-13, they make amazing spiritual guides and day keepers.

 

The Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

A successful monkey can be proud to the point of arrogance. Insensitivity to people who are not as creative is another flaw.  They may suffer from emotional distress and melancholy and can be distant in relationships.  Trickery is another negative trait, although it is done for fun rather than maliciousness.  

 
Eb

Path

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Key Words: Travel, Your Path in Life
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Eb' is all about the path you are on, travel, and destiny. It is also the time when the ancestors are ready to listen.

 

In the Story of Humanity, Eb is the time when people began to spread out across the face of the earth. 

The etymology of Eb’ comes from the word path.

Key Words: Travel, Your Path in Life

Animal: Mountain Lion (this is a smaller jaguar)

Spirit Wind Direction: Nohol the South

Energy: Abundance, Endings, and Harvest

Effect: Increasing

Color: Yellow

Element: Earth

Energetic Places: Mountains, rivers, and cold forests

Eb is A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Considering your future or destiny

  • Creating a vision board

  •  Asking for luck in spiritual & material pursuits

  • Asking for protection of crops from destruction or theft

  • Proposing marriage 

  • Proposing a new business deal

  • Travel/any distance 

On this day a man can ask a woman’s hand in marriage. It is a day to ask for the physical and moral well-being of a person.

 

If you were born on this day

Path people are often goal-oriented, practical, organized, and industrious. They will see a job through to the end. Though they may become leaders in their community, or at higher levels of govt, they ae often non-conformists or radicals. Like Ok Dog, they lead the way for others to follow. While sociable and friendly, they can be introspective and even solitary people. Eb individuals are more likely to share possessions and information than feelings or emotions. They have good health but are prone to accidents. Happy go lucky, path people are even happier when in motion, whether traveling long distances or just moving around the house or town. If too stationary for too long, they become restless and fidgety. People born on this day are sociable, good travelers, and generous. Path people make good teachers, merchants, engineers, midwives, diplomats, leaders, surveyors, sailors, and tour guides.

 

Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

A tendency to suppress anger and other negative emotions is the key trait that path people must overcome. They often suppress their feelings and sublimate their anger and hurt feelings into their work. Restlessness, insecurity, indecisiveness, and infidelity are also in the cards for Eb people, who at their worst can be disloyal, scheming or manipulative

 
B'en

Corn Stalk

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Key Words: Growth, Authority, Success, Magic!
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B'en represents the staff of Virtues of Divine Power. It is a day of triumph! It is all about harvest and success and is a most fortunate day! It is a day of surging growth! It is the internal fire that releases the secret powers! Imagine the corn stalk on a warm day after the rain. the growth is so explosive you can almost see it! 

In the Story of Humanity, B'en represents the age of agriculture. It was the time when humankind began to settle in places, form communities, and began farming. This brought great success! Humankind began to thrive and walk in great power! 

The etymology of B'en comes from the words cane plantation, milpa (farm) and corn.

Key Words: Growth, Authority, Magic!

Animal: Armadillo

Spirit Wind Direction: Lak'in the East

Energy: Beginning, Passion, Planting, Unity

Effect: Beginning

Color: Red

Element: Fire

Energetic Places: Beaches and warm forests

B'en is A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Following your intuition

  • Paying attention to your dreams

  • Studying and investigating

  • Using your authority

  • Working in your garden

  • Abundance

  • Magic!

If you were born on this day

To be born on a corn day is deemed very fortunate. Lucky, calm, creative, and good at managing money are some of the positive traits of this day sign. Corn people are earthy (corn grows from the soil) and practical. They fight for their beliefs and will not back down. Corn people tend to be conservative, opinionated, and slow to change in their ways and can be hard to understand and argumentative. As children and teenagers, they fall ill more often than others, but lead healthier lives as they mature. Corn is a sign of authority, both in the spiritual world and on the material plane. The stalk of corn is tantamount to the staff of authority carried by the Maya elders. Those who are born on this day are very lucky, calm, and intelligent, although sometimes can be moody. They are natural leaders whoa re active and have a strong influence on people around them. They excel at careers that involve growing things; This can mean teachers, heads of families in addition to growing plants. This is a good sign for clairvoyants and astrologers since the hero twins used corn to send a telepathic message to their grandmother from Xibalba.

The Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Inflexibility and stubbornness may pose problems for corn people. They can quickly change moods from happy to sad. Vanity and pride can be their downfall.

 
Ix

Jaguar

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Key Words: Earth, Vitality, Magic, Divine Feminine
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Ix is the sacred name of divinity on earth. It represents vitality, the Maya alter, wisdom, and feminine energy. It encompasses everything related to the earth. ix is also related to the goddess Ixchel, the goddess of childbearing and weaving.

 

In the Story of Humanity, Ix is the age of Nature Magic. It is the time when people connected with Mother Earth for more than just food and housing, but began to understand the principles of energy and magic. It is the time of druids, the shamans,  and other magical societies. 

 

The etymology of IX comes from the word tiger. It is pronounced EEsh. Other spellings include: Hix, Hiix, and Hyx

Key Words: Feminine, Vitality, The Earth

Animal: Jaguar

Spirit Wind Direction: Xaman the North

Energy: Clarity, Transparency, and Truth

Effect: Decreasing

Color: White

Element: Air

Energetic Places: Ceremonial places, especially the pyramids

Nawal of domestic animals

Ix is A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Using feminine energy

  •  Asking for money to buy land and resources to build a house

  •  Giving thanks to the earth and asking pardon for exploiting it 

  • Embracing your vitality

  • Everything that involves taking care of plants, animals, and the earth,

  • Using magic powers. 

If you were born on this day

The traits of the jaguar belong to Ix people: vitality, courage, intelligence, curiosity, cunning and physical power. They make shrewd fighters who won’t back down. Jaguars can become wealthy with riches that come from the earth, such as gold, jewels, crops, and oil. They are generous and amiable. With their powers of the night, they make excellent psychics, shamans, priests, astrologers, and spiritual guides. Jaguars have the capacity to become powerful magicians and this is the nawal most likely to rise to higher level of consciousness. Those who are born on this day are strong and vigorous. They can become strong political leaders, doctors, and healers, investigators, shamans and of course, hunters.

Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Ix people can be too solitary, the way the jaguar hunts alone at night. They are not the best at completing tasks or assignments unless working with others. Strong, even immoral, sexual desires and arrogance can lead them astray. They fall ill more often than others.

 

 
Men

Eagle

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Key Words: Vision, Goals, Higher Place, Business
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Men is the energy of raising your vision higher! It symbolizes the Creator of the Universe and all that is in space. It is the day of money, business, and merchants and is all about flying high, ambition, and vision.

In the Story of Humanity it is the age of commerce, having higher vision and setting goals for a more dynamic, braoder reaching society.

The etymology of Men (pronounced Meen or Mean) comes from the word bird.

Key Words: Business, Vision, Goals, reaching Higher

Animal: Eagle

Spirit Wind Direction: Chik'in the West

Energy: Duality, Cooperation, Fear, and Change

Effect: Adjusting

Color: Blue/Black

Element: Water

Energetic Places: Lakes, mist, and upland forests

 

Men is A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Asking for money to buy things

  •  Sacrificing/Saving for the future

  •  Working towards solidarity

  •  Protecting oneself financially

  • Vision casting

  • Business pursuits

  • Selling things

If you were born on this day

Spiritually and materially balanced, eagles are good, friendly, and kind people who can create their own reality. They are independent, ambitious, smart, outgoing, intuitive, lucky, spiritual, and sociable. From high above, the eagle can see the big picture better than most. Eagles are perfectionists with a sharp eye for detail and a talent for analyzing things and situations, so they excel at technical tasks. They often become wealthy and wise. Aggressive and assertive, they are willing to listen and succeed by working with a team to bring the talents and skills of its members to fruition. Those who are born on this day are good, kind, and romantic. They make good businesspeople, planners, analysts, proofreaders, technicians, mystics, and artists.

Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Sometimes the eagle flies too high, which can translate into excessive use of drugs and alcohol. Striving for more than they can accomplish may result in their downfall. They should avoid excessive escapism and flights from reality. An eagle gone bad can be irresponsible and overly ambitious, resorting to manipulation and cheating to get what they want.

 
K'ib

Owl

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Key Words: Patience, Awareness of Good and Evil, Timing, Messenger
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Kib is the night birds. It is a very special day when people spend their time preventing mistakes. It is about having patience, reconciling, and being aware of the effects of karma. It is also about seeing into the otherworlds, lighting the darkness, and the power of the candle. 

In The Story of Humanity, K'ib is the age of religion, the idea of sin and forgiveness and of propriety.

The etymology of K'ib comes from the word will. Another spelling is Cib.

Other Totems: Vulture, Candle

Key Words: Patience, timing, Awareness of good and evil, Messenger to the gods.

Animal: Bee

Spirit Wind Direction: Nohol the South

Energy: Abundance, Endings, and  Harvest

Effect: Increasing

Color: Yellow

Element: Earth

Energetic Places: Caves, cenotes, streams, and the sea

K'ib is A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Forgiving and being forgiven,

  • Solving family problems

  • Being a good example

  • Asking for strength

  • Curing illness

  • Receiving messages from beyond

It is a very special day in which people and the Day Keepers spend their time preventing mistakes. It is a day to give thanks for the physical and material well-being of the people and our communities.

If you were born on this day

Owl people are introspective and, though intense thinkers, often slow to act. But once in action, they follow through tenaciously. This sign is intelligent, patient, and cautious. These people are good at detecting lies and exaggeration and are lucky in business.  Those who are born on this day can be temperamental and brave. Due to their serious and practical nature, they make good detectives, judges, analysts, politicians, and businesspeople. They can also become good mystics and psychics.

Dark side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Envy and jealousy and covetousness are hallmarks of an owl gone bad. They can be detached and aloof, lazy and irresponsible.

 
Kaban

Earth

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Key Words: Logic, Science, Astrology and Astronomy, Earthquakes, Sacred Geometry
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Kab'an is a day of formidable power and is associated with earthquakes (a day to shake things up).  It is all about wisdom, ideas, thoughts, logic, and science.

In the Story of Humanity, Kab'an is the age of science and logical thought. 

The etymology of KAB'AN comes from the words wisdom, criterion, reason, and thought. It is also sometimes spelled Caban.

Key Words: Logic, Science

Animal: Woodpecker

Spirit Wind Direction: Lak'in the East

Energy: Beginning, Unity, Passion

Effect: Beginning

Color: Red

Element: Fire

Energetic Places: Rain forests, cold forests, mountains, lakes, and clouds 

Kab'an is A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Thinking creatively

  • Using logic rather than intuition

  •  Cultivating scientific ideas

  • Being connected to the earth

  • Giving/Receiving advice

  •  Joining ideas with others

It is the day to come to agreement with the Creator. It is the day to join ideas, give advice, and cultivate science. It is the day to ask for a change in a person’s negative character and to get good ideas granted towards political and social endeavors.

If you were born on this day

These people are intelligent, creative, talented, wise, analytical, and inquisitive. Some can be visionary. Like Deer, this is a masculine sign, and even women exhibit masculine traits. Courageous and fair, they make strong leaders and are movers and shakers. Friendly and extroverted, they are natural problem solvers who excel at strategic planning and managing resources. Earth people are in close touch with the rhythm of Mother Earth. They are concerned with the global community as well as their neighborhood, and strive to heal the planet by recycling, planting trees, and helping others to become aware of the benefits of ecology. Those who are born on this day are good, prudent, and temperamental; merchants or doctors. Good careers for earth people are counselor, manager, businessperson, lawyer, doctor, writer, poker player, philosopher, ecologist, musician, spiritual guide, or day keeper

 

Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Leaping to conclusions is a potential problem for those who do not think things through and review their ideas and plans. Other flaws can be arrogance, pride, and stubbornness.

 

 
Etz'nab

Knife

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Key Words: Release, Healing, Removing, Reflection, Self-Awareness
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Etz'nab is the day of the obsidian mirrored blade. This day is about getting to the core of things. Its blade it two sided and can both cut and heal. Knife is a day to release the things that don't serve you. The knife is made from obsidian which was also used as a mirror. So this day is also about looking into your own reflection, self examination, and revelation of your true nature. 

In The Story of Humanity, Etzn'ab is the age of self-reflection. It is the age when people spend more time looking inward, seeing themselves, and working on their inner beings and beginning to understand their destiny. 

The etymology of ETZ'NAB comes from the words destiny, obsidian knife, and spontaneous temptation.

Other Totem: Mirror

Key Words: Releasing, Healing, Reflection, Removing, Self-Awareness

Animal: Fish

Spirit Wind Direction: Xaman the North

Energy: Clarity, Transparency and Truth

Effect: Diminishing

Color: White

Element: Air

Energetic Places: Waterfalls, caves, cenotes, and storms

 

Etz'nab is A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Letting go of the past and moving forward

  • Making predictions about the future

  • Breaking away from things and relationships that cause us anguish

  • Cleaning out things

  • Editing projects

  • Diagnosing and curing both mental and physical illness.

  • Etz'nab is a bad day to plant.  

On this day people ask for protection against social, community, or personal wrong-doing.

If you were born on this day

These people face more challenges in life than any other nawal. As a result, they grow strong and can make it on their own. They are active and intelligent people who are early risers and sharp conversationalists. Knife people can penetrate the mysteries of life and open a portal to other dimensions. Their most positive trait is the ability to heal. Knife people who are aware of their signs potential for problems can use the knowledge to anticipate them, as well as cut through obstacles and simplify their lives. They may fall ill for short periods of time. Those who are born this day are good and brave; healers. They are also irritable and suffer from gossip, arguments, and accidents, which can be prevented by giving offerings. Best careers are doctors, nurses, politicians, jewelers, technical writers, warriors, proofreaders, editors and analysts.

Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Suppressed anger can erupt into emotional outbursts and even violence. They hold grudges for too long and can be devious, impulsive and accident prone.

  

 
Kawak

Storm

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Key Words: Revelation, Storms of life, Comforts of Home, Strong Feminine Energy
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Kawak is the day of the celestial dragon serpent that travels from the cenotes to the sea and brings water. It is a day of trouble, strong women, and domestic life. It is a day when winds blow and remove things that are not healthy enough to stand. And its lightenings bring revelation and help us to see things as they really are. 

In the Story of Humanity, Kawak is the era when we truly begin to see who we are. We being to understand that all we see is illusion. This is the era of revelation, the revealing that al is energy and that everything is one thing and all is connected. It is a return to the Sacred Feminine. 

The etymology of KAWAK comes from the words thunder, ants, and woman. It is also spelled Cauac.

Key Words: Storms of life, Comforts of home, Revelation

Animal: Turtle

Spirit Wind Direction: Chik'in the West

Energy: Cooperation, Duality, and Change

Effect: Adjusting

Color: Blue/Black

Element: Water

Energetic Places: Pine and cypress forests

Kawak is A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Asking for rain

  • Working to create a haven at home

  • Asking for prosperity on earth

  • Healing mental illness

  • Being aware of strong emotions

  • Flashes of inspiration

  • Working on house projects

It is the day to ask for success for projects and to heal mental illnesses in humans. It is the day to ask for prosperity on Earth.

If you were born on this day

Homebodies who are sensitive and often affected by the weather, storm natives are nurturing, tender and affectionate. They can be diligent and dedicated humanitarians. Men born on this day lean toward the feminine and possibly even frivolous. Storm people may face challenges or troubles in their early years, but rarely get sick. Those who are born on this day are good predictors of the future, and judges. Kawak people make good nurses, doctors and caretakers, meteorologists, attorneys, and musicians.

Dark side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Without a loved one or a home to care for, they can lapse into heavy drinking and hard drugs. A bad temper in another pitfall for the Kawak.

 
Ahaw

Sun

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Key Words: Illumination, Happiness, Growth, Transcendence, Enlightenment
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Ahaw is the God above all the Gods. It is ENLIGHTENMENT.  It is the Kings of the Gods. The Sun is all about happiness, illumination, joy, all things lovely and beautiful, and great growth. It is the Lord Sun. It means hunter, marksman, and walker, also called, the One Who Walks.

In The Story of Humanity, AHAW is the age of enlightenment and our return to fully walking in connection to our Creator, the Fathermother, The great Heart of Sky and all that is. 

The etymology of AHAW comes from the words life, destiny, plants, and animals. Other spellings include: Ahau and Ajaw

Key Words: Illumination, Happiness, Growth

Animal: Conch/Snail

Direction: South

Energy: Increase, Harvest

Color: Yellow

Energetic Places: Sunrise, sunset, beach, and forest

A Good Day to Focus on:

  • Ask for the fulfillment of ideas

  • Spend time doing things that make you happy

  • Work in your garden

  • Get some sun (unless its a high number)

  • Build a house 

  • Contact the dead 

  • Be brave against the things that scare you 

  • Ask for blessings from the ancestors

On this day, people ask to for the fulfillment of the ideas suggested by the community. 

 

If you were born on this day

Physically strong and healthy, this nawal, which radiates positive energy and enthusiasm, is the most powerful day sign of all. The Ahaw person is brave, amiable, warm, romantic, and outgoing. Those who are born on this day are good, talented, and affectionate, but at the same time, they are hot tempered and judgmental. Writers, musicians, psychics, politicians, warriors, hunters, farmers, spiritual guides, and day keepers are excellent careers for Ahaw.

 

Dark Side: Keep in mind that the dark side is for you to watch out for. It doesn't mean that it IS part of your personality. 

Sun people can be short tempered and easily angered to the point of revenge. Natives may be idealistic to the point of stubbornness