The Sacred Colors of the Maya

The ancient Maya believed that certain colors were sacred and had significant spiritual meaning behind them. They believed that these specific sacred colors represented the “Four Cardinal Directions” (North, East, South and West) as well as representative to the various gods within their complex religious belief system. Each direction had various items within their respective color that were associated with it as well. These items were often included with sacrifices to represent their color, the associated gods, and sacred direction. According to the Book of Chilam Balam; The color red…

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The Maya: The Story of a People

The Maya The Story of a People by Njord Kane Definitively tracing the evolution of the Maya civilization from the arrival of migrating ‘first peoples’ to the end of the Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican World with the Spanish Conquest in the 16th century AD. A span of some thousands of years are concisely covered in one volume in a thorough study of the evolution of a complex Maya society. A new world of understanding about the ancient Maya civilization has opened up from new archaeological discoveries and studies. The mystery of ‘Maya…

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Maya Math Simplified

Maya Math Simplified by Njord Kane The Mystery of Maya Math Code is solved and simplified! Presented in a manner that is not long winded by explaining centuries of theories regarding ancient mathematics, Maya philosophy, and history. This book jumps straight into the Maya mathematical system in a simplified and easy to understand manner. There are many books already out there regarding the Maya, their history and all about their calenders. This book is not about Maya history or prophecies about the end of the World. This book is about…

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