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More than a calendar…

Mayan Calendar

Mayan Calendar

The Tzolk’in calendar is only one of many Mayan calendars and is refereed to as the Sacred Calendar of Creation. The calendar tracks the rhythm, flow and evolution of Human consciousness.

Ian Lungold defined consciousness as “our awareness of being aware.” Most of us experience this only during the significant experiences in our lives. The calendar offers an orientation of time and place to our own Human consciousness.

The Mayan calendars gained widespread interest with the prophecy that December 21, 2012 marked the end of the calendar. The date relates to a prophecy regarding the Evolution of mankind. On a calendar that tracks billions of years, we still reside in that “split second” of time.


Some of my favorite Mayan calendar resources online disappeared over the last couple of years. The new task is to replace what is lost, and to also expand on the resources available for Counting the Days. In the Days ahead, I’ll be offering insights on the cycles of Time – the trecena, the uinal, and the aspects of the Day Signs and the Archetypes.

For now, the resource offered for the new beginning is the “Tzolk’in Field Guide.” It offers insight on the meaning of the Galactic Weeks/trecenas with some perspectives on the experience. New resources will become the Primer that explains the aspects for discernment (ie. element, color, direction). I chose to follow a calendar that tracked my ups and downs, to realize it was a Divine way.

My Gifts for the Tzolk’in Round – Find YOUR Story on the Calendar

“Tzolk’in Field Guide: A Daily Practice for Personal Discernment”
by Debra Malmos, 9 Eagle/MEN

“Tzolk’in Field Guide: Volume 1, Seasons 1 and 2” (Download PDF)
“Tzolk’in Field Guide: Volume 2, Seasons 3 and 4” (Download PDF)


Destiny Kin Calculator (XLSX Spreadsheet)

You can use this calculator to find a Mayan date in the future or the past. For example, my Destiny Kin for 9 Eagle/MEN is 35 (on the Tzolk’in chart). I can enter 35 into the top field of the spreadsheet, and it shows the days of my Mayan birthday in the future and the past. It was a gift shared when I was looking for something to calculate an Unknown Gregorian date for a Mayan calendar date. It’s what I use to find the dates for the Holy Days, and for the trecena dates in the workbook. You use it with the Tzolk’in chart. Offered as a Gift by R. Dannon. SHARED FOR PUBLIC DOMAIN. NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE OR RESALE.


This is a journal page to reproduce for personal binding. The page offers places to note aspects and draw the glyph of the day.

Mayan Calendar/Conversion Codex

Mayan Calendar/Conversion Codex

MAYANMAJIX.COM ONLINE MAYAN DATE CALCULATOR: Enter a Gregorian Date to find the Mayan Date

Mayan Calendar/Conversion Codex

This is a first treasure created by Ian Xel Lungold. It includes his art, descriptions, and manual calculations for the Tzolk’in date. The 11″ x 27″ reference includes codex to 2026, Day Signs, Tones, and Direction Oracle. [SALE PRICE $9.95]
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[New Resources will replace them as a “Primer” to the “Tzolk’in Field Guide.” Some links are no longer available.]

Below are links to the resources that began my own journey of understanding. Ian Lungold’s Video Lecture, “Consciousness and Calendars,” was among the first teachings that drew my attention to the Mayan calendar.

Mayan Majix: JaguarSpirit:  
Cherokee Calendar:
Daily Tzolk’in NEW: March 22, 2020 (Offering/Muluc) Native American Forum
Tzolk’in Calculator A Study of the Numbers, by Debra Malmos
Inspired by Ian Lungold from Ek’ Balam
Cherokee/Tzolk’in Cycle
Trecena Newsletter Raven Hall, Cherokee Astrology: Animal Medicine in the Stars
Tzolk’in Explorer: I-Ching Calendar:
Calculator & Descriptions Significance of the Star trecena 13th uinal  I-Ching Weekly

Ian Lungold [Video Lecture] Carl Calleman Kenneth Johnson
“Consciousness & Calendars” – Ian offers an overview of the meaning and purpose of the calendar as tool to awaken our consciousness. Carl Calleman holds a Ph.D. in physical biology from the University of Stockholm. He has written a number of books as a leading expert on the Mayan Calendar Kenneth holds a BA in Comparative Religion and an MA in Eastern Studies with emphasis on Sanskrit. He’s written a number of books and articles on the Mayan culture.
 Mayan Majix Library:
Intro to the Mayan Calendar
Living Maya Time – Smithsonian Haab Calculator Mayan Calendar,

(Mayan Exploration Center, Univ. TX, Austin)
Haab Calendar Year Bearers
(Article, Jose Jaramillo) THIS IS ANOTHER HAAB FROM THE CHIAPAS REGION, with different New Years and Year Bearers, than the Haab observed in the North.