The Mayans were excellent astronomers and mathematicians, and their passion for this latter discipline stems in part from the fact that they understand that each number also represents a divine quality. Each number vibrates at a different frequency, with the galactic center each earth day emanating a creative force associated with a number. Then arises a matrix 20x13 = 260, where each wisdom is assigned a different number.
The sacred calendar Tzolkin comes to us grace to the "counters of the days", that rigorously follow its count from the origin of the Mayan civilization until the present day. This tradition, kept secret until a few years ago, was transmitted as a guardian heritage as guardian of time.
This wisdom was directly transmitted to me by Sonia Pereira da Nimaja, who, in turn, received this wisdom from the Chi-Mam (Mayan priests) during her stays in Mexico and Guatemala. The Mayan priests gave her permission to pass this knowledge.
For the Mayans, the time has arrived foreseen by them in which humanity is prepared to receive this teaching, as a collective initiation.
“Remember that, both in the Classical Old World and in the
current Mayan Traditional World, the first thing to do is to take the
newborn to the presence of the day counting sage, the Chi-Mam, knower of
energies, for one should not roam the world without the conscious of a
purpose in life, without knowing ones capabilities, tendencies,
dispositions and distinct cycles, both positive and negative.”
Each Mayan symbol of the Tzolkin calendar represents a type of energy that the center of the galaxy emits daily (terrestrial day). It comprises 20 different wisdoms / hieroglyphics. On the other hand, it consists of 13 different numbers.
“We need this knowledge to be able to be in harmony with
Mother Nature and the cosmos, by discovering our way and by unifying our
purpose. Our abuelos warn us that this ancient tradition should not be
treated as a curiosity; it should not be seen as a hobby, nor should it
be used with selfish intent. Instead, it should guide our growth at all
levels – physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual.” Carlos
In Lakéch - Mayan salutation: "I am you. You are me."