This Mayan-Language Film Is The Best Thing In Theaters Right Now

This Mayan-Language Film Is The Best Thing In Theaters Right Now

Wakami® Women´s Rebirth Bracelet - Wakami® means, "It already is" in Kaqchikel, a Guatemalan Mayan language. Wakami® products are messengers of the essence, culture and stories of all human beings, so we, the people, can remember that our dreams can come to life. Handmade by a collective of women artisans in Guatemala Wakami® products tell stories of us... "People of the Earth". Guatemalan people, mostly women, who dream of pros...

Wakami® Women´s Rebirth Bracelet - Wakami® means, "It already is" in Kaqchikel, a Guatemalan Mayan language. Wakami® products are messengers of the essence, culture and stories of all human beings, so we, the people, can remember that our dreams can come to life. Handmade by a collective of women artisans in Guatemala Wakami® products tell stories of us... "People of the Earth". Guatemalan people, mostly women, who dream of pros...

Wakami® Women´s Rebirth Necklace - Wakami® means, "It already is" in Kaqchikel, a Guatemalan Mayan language. Wakami® products are messengers of the essence, culture and stories of all human beings, so we, the people, can remember that our dreams can come to life. Handmade by a collective of women artisans in Guatemala Wakami® products tell stories of us... "People of the Earth". Guatemalan people, mostly women, who dream of pros...

Wakami® Rebirth Necklace Leather - Brown (28

Wakami® Women´s Rebirth Necklace - Wakami® means, "It already is" in Kaqchikel, a Guatemalan Mayan language. Wakami® products are messengers of the essence, culture and stories of all human beings, so we, the people, can remember that our dreams can come to life. Handmade by a collective of women artisans in Guatemala Wakami® products tell stories of us... "People of the Earth". Guatemalan people, mostly women, who dream of pros...

The World Map With Place Names Changed To Their Original Meanings…

The World Map With Place Names Changed To Their Original Meanings…

Rainbow Weaver is the story of a Mayan girl who discovers a new way to weave in the tradition of her ancestors. Activity suggestions for the bilingual book.

Rainbow Weaver: Bilingual Window to a Mayan World

Rainbow Weaver is the story of a Mayan girl who discovers a new way to weave in the tradition of her ancestors. Activity suggestions for the bilingual book.

Q’eqchi’ Mayan Language Revitalization through Verbal Art - See more at: http://www.culturalsurvival.org/news/qeqchi-mayan-language-revitalization-through-verbal-art#sthash.jl92ZXJj.dpuf --- http://www.culturalsurvival.org/news/qeqchi-mayan-language-revitalization-through-verbal-art

Q’eqchi’ Mayan Language Revitalization through Verbal Art - See more at: http://www.culturalsurvival.org/news/qeqchi-mayan-language-revitalization-through-verbal-art#sthash.jl92ZXJj.dpuf --- http://www.culturalsurvival.org/news/qeqchi-mayan-language-revitalization-through-verbal-art

If we start counting time in Mayan units and they started with the August 11, 3114 BCE with their religious event and if we count only biggest time intervals, the 13th b’ak’tun started on September 18, 1618, the 14th b’ak’tun will start on December 21, 2012, 15th is planned for March 26, 2407 and if you go further in the future you will find the last b’ak’tun will end on October 12, 4772. So, speaking in Mayan language on December 21st will start next b’ak’tun and nothing more.

If we start counting time in Mayan units and they started with the August 11, 3114 BCE with their religious event and if we count only biggest time intervals, the 13th b’ak’tun started on September 18, 1618, the 14th b’ak’tun will start on December 21, 2012, 15th is planned for March 26, 2407 and if you go further in the future you will find the last b’ak’tun will end on October 12, 4772. So, speaking in Mayan language on December 21st will start next b’ak’tun and nothing more.

Mayan hieroglyphs found in Palenque are among the most impressive examples of ancient Mayan written language.  From yucatanadventure.com.mx  via Lalita Krish.,

Mayan hieroglyphs found in Palenque are among the most impressive examples of ancient Mayan written language. From yucatanadventure.com.mx via Lalita Krish.,

THE Tseltal or Tzeltal is a Maya anguage spoken in the state of Chiapas (Mexico) in about 17 municipalities, has approximately 370.000 speakers making it the second most spoken language in Chiapas (after Castilian) and the fifth most spoken language in nationwide. Also part of the East Branch called the Mayan languages​​.

THE Tseltal or Tzeltal is a Maya anguage spoken in the state of Chiapas (Mexico) in about 17 municipalities, has approximately 370.000 speakers making it the second most spoken language in Chiapas (after Castilian) and the fifth most spoken language in nationwide. Also part of the East Branch called the Mayan languages​​.

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