Monday, November 10, 2014. JUAN CAAL Reporting: The next three days are most interesting days, if you consider them according to the Maya Calendar.
As you read this story, bear in mind that we are currently following the Gregorian Calendar.
November 11 (Tuesday) is referred to as Kan in the Maya Calendar.
Kan, according to interpreters, is represented by the symbol of the snake and signifies balance. Its origin can be traced back to the Plumed Serpent Gucumatz.
According to the Maya Calendar, November 11 or Kan is a day of strict and impartial justice and a day to offer respect and thanks to the corn.
This day, according to the Maya Calendar is an excellent time for court matters to be settled and justice dispensed.
It is also, according to the Maya Calendar, a day to set aside jealousies and seek equilibrium in the family and in life.
November 12 on the Maya Calendar is referred to as Kame.
Its symbol is the Owl.
This day recalls tranquility and silence.
The Maya Calendar says Kame is a good day to seek out ancient and recent ancestors to thank them and hold them in remembrance.
It is another day to extend reconciliation and to give forgiveness, develop patience, access superior knowledge and get spiritual help against mortal illnesses.
Then on Thursday November 13, that is referred to on the Maya Calendar as Kiej.
Keij is represented by the symbol of the Deer.
Kiej represents the four cardinal points.
I represents a linking, through prayers, of the living world.
Kiej is the staff of authority.
It is also a good day to pray for mental and physical strength. On Kiej, it is a good time to get clarity on issues before gossip and ill intentions get a foothold.
As the holder of indefatigable energy, Kiej is one of the for main carriers of time.
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