title ephemeris gregorian to mayan calendar

In March/April 2007, I created a 150-year Ephemeris for the Mayan and Aztec calendars, from 1904 to 2054. I recreated it in 2012. The PDF requires Acrobat Reader 5.0 or later which is a free download. It is the smallest file size possible and optimized for web viewing but still takes a moment to load even over a fast connection.

Each day for those 150 years has the Gregorian date ("our" calendar), along with the Mayan Tzolkin (sacred 260-day calendar) & translation, the Aztec Tonalpohualli (sacred 260-day calendar) & translation, the direction, the New Age energy type (if none, then normal or nothing extra).

An expanded, 1,919 page version that contains Mayan Long Count, the Haab (secular calendar), and the Tzolkin (sacred calendar), along with the Aztec Xiuhpohualli (secular calendar), Tonalpohualli (sacred calendar), the 9 Lords of the Night, and translations of everything, plus the New Age energy is available on Amazon Kindle for the low low bargain price of only $4.99. (Get a free Kindle app here if you haven't got the device.)

All 150 years are now in a single document that contains copious navigational hyperlinks.

You may also consult the calculation page, but that does not contain translations, Aztec information, or New Age energy.

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Page Modified: 19-Mac 13-Cib (17-Dec-2012)
Page Created: 19-Mac 13-Cib (17-Dec-2012)

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