Arqueoastronomía en el Mundo Maya (Archaeoastronomy in the Maya World) @UNESCOMexico
Exploring the Maya World = Explorando el Mundo Maya

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There are an estimated 7 million Indigenous Maya living in southern Mexico and northern Central America at the start of the 21st century. Please do not ask 'who were the Maya' as they are very much alive today.

The Maya calendar concluded Baktún13 and a new Long Count begins.

The breakthrough we would like to see is one in which we learn more from the Maya themselves. We'd like to see tourism that benefits the Indigenous communities and in which locals have a greater voice.

Wiki

Indigenous
Indigenous Peoples Week

Wiki Places

Mexico - Chiapas, Yucatan, Campeche, Tabasco: Comalcalco, QRoo
Central America - Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador

September 17-18
Maya Creativity and Cultural Milieu
http://nmai.si.edu/calendar/?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D120139586#/?i=1
https://www.facebook.com/events/323995807948653

To highlight Indigenous peoples' experiences for Hispanic Heritage Month, Maya artists and knowledge keepers will share stories about the historic impacts affecting Maya peoples and the ways in which each community adapts to the times. Community representatives will discuss the challenges of maintaining traditions and the value of traditions that have transformed, and will show examples of continuity and ingenuity that resulted from, or in spite of, migration and immigration.

Maya Traditions Foundation weavers, accompanied by local Maya weavers from Weaving for the Future, a Washington, D.C., cooperative, will demonstrate traditions distinct to each of their family lineages along with collective community designs. Representatives of Indigenous Design Collective, a D.C.-based Maya graphic arts initiative educating people about Maya symbolism, will provide hands-on activities for all ages.


August 7-13, 2017 U k'iinilo'ob wayil kaajo'obe' (Indigenous Peoples Week); hashtag: #ipw7

Headlines

Empodera ecoturismo a la Zona Maya - La Verdad Noticias
Volcanic Eruption May Have Plunged the Maya into a “Dark Age”
en-tahdziu-hombres-y-mujeres-hacen-el-hilo-contado - https://twitter.com/aruxduende/status/816042316335030272
jose-tec-poot-nuestro-antropologo-maya.html
la-me-mayan-indigenous-languages-20160725-snap-story
http://mayapolitikon.com/yuuyum-radio-izamal-mayistas - @MayaPolitikon
http://www.dw.com/de/die-erben-der-maya/a-19262230
U Yits Ka’an, una escuela de resistencia cultural
Capítulo 1 del programa Ki’ichkelem t’aan
Invitan a Foro, Consulta Indígena Maya sobre la siembra de soya transgénica
El verdadero sacerdote maya no lo presume - @MayaPolitikon


Background

There are an estimated 7 million Indigenous Maya living in southern Mexico and northern Central America at the start of the 21st century. Please do not ask 'who were the Maya' as they are very much alive today.

The Maya calendar concluded Baktún13 and a new Long Count begins.

The breakthrough we would like to see is one in which we learn more from the Maya themselves. We'd like to see tourism that benefits the indigenous communities and in which locals have a greater voice.

Please no more replica villages created and funded by outsiders. Show us the contemporary Maya and their connections to the past. It would be great to see authentic collaboration among Maya leaders, communities and the national and international tourism players. Instead of performing in shows written about them, Maya people could engage visitors face-to-face.

Locals should be able to choose whether they want visitors or not. Those who do welcome outsiders should be making their voices heard now. Visitors need to know where they are invited.

Planeta.com will be updating regional guides. Suggestions are welcome.

Editors of the Planeta Wiki are invited to update this page. Let us know what events are taking place within the region and in the rest of the world.
Hay unos 7 millones de Indígenas que viven Maya en el sur de México y el norte de América Central a principios del siglo 21. Por favor no pide 'quien fueron los Maya' por que viven todavia hoy en dia.

El calendario maya concluye el calendario de Baktún 13 y un nuevo Cuento Largo comienza.

El gran avance que nos gustaría ver es aquel en el que aprendemos más de los propios mayas. Nos gustaría ver que el turismo beneficie a las comunidades indígenas y locales en los que tienen una mayor voz.

Por favor, no más pueblos réplica creada y financiada por los forasteros. Nos muestran que los mayas contemporáneos y sus conexiones con el pasado. Sería genial ver a la colaboración auténtica entre los líderes mayas, las comunidades y los actores del turismo nacional e internacional. En lugar de realizar en los espectáculos escrito sobre ellos, los mayas pudieron participar los visitantes cara a cara.

Los locales deben ser capaces de elegir si quieren o no los visitantes. Los que lo hacen los forasteros la bienvenida debe hacer oír su voz ahora. Los visitantes deben saber dónde están invitados.

Planeta.com va a actualizar las guías regionales. Sugerencias son bienvenidas.

Los editores de este wiki estan invitados a actualizar esta página. Háganos saber qué eventos se llevan a cabo dentro de la región y en el resto del mundo.


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Maya Civilization - Google News
Maya Pool




Recommended Reading

Arqueoastronomía en el Mundo Maya (Archaeoastronomy in the Maya World)
http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0024/002447/244722S.pdf
http://www.unesco.org/new/es/media-services/single-view/news/la_unesco_y_el_ayuntamiento_de_cozumel_presentan_el_libro
https://www.flickr.com/photos/142810306@N07/albums/72157669238680001
https://twitter.com/UNESCOMexico/status/744998634400419840
https://twitter.com/ronmader/status/745000114888945664

En agosto de 2014, expertos nacionales e internacionales en arqueología, astronomía, espeleología y epigrafía de la escritura maya, entre otras disciplinas, unieron esfuerzos para consensuar los valores científicos y culturales de Cozumel a través del análisis de los emplazamientos prehispánicos relacionados con la astronomía maya. Esa suma de voces se encuentra hoy en el libro “El papel de la arqueoastronomía en el mundo maya: el caso de la Isla de Cozumel”, que la Oficina de las Naciones Unidas para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura (UNESCO) y el Ayuntamiento de la Isla presentaron este lunes.

A la presentación del libro ―editado por la UNESCO en México― asistieron el Sr. José Alberto Alonso Ovando, Secretario de Educación de Quintana Roo, en representación de Roberto Borge Angulo, Gobernador del Estado; la Sra. Nuria Sanz, Directora y Representante de la Oficina en el país; así como el Sr. Fredy Marrufo Martín, Presidente Municipal del H. Ayuntamiento de Cozumel. Igualmente, Adriana Velázquez, delegada en Quintana Roo del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, y la Sra. Elizabeth Palm, Investigadora independiente de los Estados Unidos de América.

http://www.livescience.com/55837-mayan-astronomers-made-sophisticated-calculations.html
Did the Maya Control Their Destiny Through Astronomy?

2015 Headlines

Amigos y pájaros / Des amis et des oiseaux -@nicougen
Estudiosos: el juego de pelota maya se llama Pits, no Pok ta Pok - @elChilamBalam
Jungle festivals led to first Mayan cities
http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2015-03/uoa-adm032315.php
Fidencio Briceño: el bilingüismo fortalece al idioma maya
En la música de los mayas dominaba la naturaleza
http://elchilambalam.com/2014/09/la-pagina-de-las-gracias-cultura-maya-en-pdf
http://elchilambalam.com/2014/07/fracasa-un-peritaje-masivo-en-el-kinich-kakmo-de-izamal-una-experta-del-inah-nacional-se-queda-en-ascuas
http://elchilambalam.com/2014/05/vienen-dias-dificiles-para-las-milpas-segun-predicciones-mayas
declina-participar-en-un-festival-maya-oficial-y-opta-por-uno-organizado-por-mayas
microsoft-translator-working-with-local-community-and-government-to-preserve-the-mayan-language
night-on-sky-temple-honoring-the-long-count-at-caracol
mayan-priests-denied-access-to-ceremonial-places-in-guatemala
cultural-survival-quarterly/celebrating-2012-maya-style
everything-you-wanted-know-about-mayan-apocalypse-were-really-afraid-ask
el-fin-del-mundo-maya-una-mina-de-oro-para-mexico
destinos-desaprovechan-potencial-turistico-de-profecia-maya
http://www.culturalsurvival.org/2012
mayan-indians-and-their-culture
recognizing-maya-a-world-that-doesnt-end_b_2167950.html
Google takes its trike on a tour of Mexico's Mayan monuments
Collapse-of-classic-maya-civilization-linked-to-drought
Templo maya es descubierto en sitio arqueológico El Zotz en Petén
"Dramatic" New Maya Temple Found, Covered With Giant Faces
Maya Scholar Deciphers Meaning of Newly Discovered Monument That Refers to 2012
An Unknown Son of Pakal II of Palenque has Been Identified
The Maya Ballgame: When the term “Sudden Death” has a whole new meaning
Video camera reveals secrets of ancient Mayan tomb
Maya Pass - Explore - @Explore_mx

Links
http://outbounding.org/slideshare/view/amplify-indigenous-voices-exploring-the-maya-world

Books
Dinámicas migratorias y vida cotidiana en la Costa Maya de Quintana Roo


Buzzword Bingo: Maya

A few questions:

  • Are local Maya satisfied with tourism development and promotion?
  • Did we hear much from Maya-owned tourism services via the social web?
  • Did Mexico reach its goal of 52 million visitors to the Maya World?
  • How do visitors rank their experiences with the Maya? Are visitors satisfied or not when it comes to their tours, interpretation and other experiences?
Just another #Maya Monday (Ron's blog)

Buzzword Bingo

B'ak'tun - Codex - Glyph - Hieroglyph - Indigenous - King - Maya - Popol_Vuh - Stelae - Venus

Twitter

@elChilamBalam
https://twitter.com/fatimatecpool
https://twitter.com/yuuyumradio
@BioSelvaMaya
@HotelXixim
@museomayacun
@maya_vision
@tranquilotravel
@radioxepet
@edificiosmayas
https://twitter.com/MayasTimes
https://twitter.com/LaJornadaMaya


Cha’anil Kaaj (Fiesta del Pueblo)
http://www.chaanilkaaj.org

La Historia Sigue


LA HISTORIA SIGUE Hace un par de años, a finales de junio nació, a través de las redes sociales, la inquietud de movilizarnos desde el impulso del descontento y el hartazgo provocado por la mercantilización y el uso desmedido de las expresiones (folklorizadas) de la “cultura maya” por parte de la oficialidad. Especialmente durante el año 2012 con la enorme campaña turística que giró en torno a las “profecías mayas sobre el fin del mundo” y en 2013 con el lanzamiento del llamado “Festival Internacional de la Cultura Maya”. En este último, a pesar de que se usaba el nombre y el concepto de cultura maya como tema central, no se incluyó a los actuales mayas o sus descendientes en la organización o las actividades del mismo.

Sentimos entonces la necesidad de visibilizar, actuar, expresar y hablar como pueblo y desde su sentir sin la máscara de la oficialidad, pues siempre se ha hablado de los mayas por otros que no son mayas. Así, comienza la integración del Colectivo Yóol Kaaj como un grupo abierto, diverso y heterogéneo pero con objetivos muy claros: visibilizar al pueblo maya actual, hacer escuchar su voz por sus propios medios y recuperar espacios que le han sido arrebatados por medio de la organización de un festival independiente.

Nace entonces el Cha’anil Kaaj (Fiesta del Pueblo). Durante la organización y el transcurso del festival mismo, nos dimos cuenta que a través de este compartir la gente recuperaba espacios para expresar directamente sus costumbres, tradiciones y saberes, así como la libertad para hablar su lengua, ya que en todas y cada una de las actividades, ya fuera en la capital o en los municipios, ésta se encontraba presente.

Así, se llevaron a cabo durante el mes de octubre de 2013, más de 100 actividades entre exposiciones, foros, coloquios, conferencias, mesas panel, conciertos, obras de teatro, jornadas artístico-culturales, talleres y cursos, presentaciones de libros, literatura, proyecciones de video, rodadas, y una caravana cultural en las que participaron más de 300 expositores, artistas y conferencistas.

Estas actividades contaron con la presencia y participación del público infantil, mujeres, adultos mayores y jóvenes, todos pertenecientes a la cultura maya; haciendo del Cha’anil Kaaj un tiempo y un espacio para el aprendizaje mutuo.

A partir de esta experiencia, nos quedó claro que con la realización de un festival anual no era suficiente para cumplir nuestros objetivos y por esta razón hemos continuado la organización de actividades.

Un año después, más manos se sumaron a esta iniciativa y con un entusiasmo renovado seguimos convocando y creando espacios, manteniendo nuestro compromiso de visibilizar al pueblo maya y su diversidad; para despertarnos y despertar el talento aletargado por siglos de exclusión y discriminación. La edición 2014 de Cha’anil Kaaj trajo nuevas actividades académicas, artísticas, culturales y comunitarias: como el coloquio 2000 años de Literatura Maya, la caravana cultural, jornadas culturales, talleres, conferencias, conciertos, exposiciones y proyectos.

En 2015, la fiesta del pueblo se descentraliza y se convierte en semillero de eventos permanentes, privilegiando las actividades en comunidad, permite que todo aquel interesado en realizar actividades, durante cualquier época del año se organice, siguiendo nuestra estructura, o no, sólo estableciendo contacto con el colectivo Yóol Kaaj .

The Story Continues


A couple of years ago, was born in late June, through social networks, the concern to mobilize from the momentum of discontent and weariness caused by the excessive commercialization and use of (folklorizadas) expressions of "culture "by the officers. Especially during 2012 with the huge tourist campaign that focused on the "Mayan prophecies about the end of the world" and in 2013 with the launch of the "International Festival of Mayan Culture". In the latter, even though the name and the concept of culture as a central theme was used, not the current Maya and their descendants in the organization or the activities thereof are included.

Then we feel the need to make visible, acting, express and talk like people and from their feelings without the mask of the officers, as they always talked about the Maya by others who are not Maya.

Thus begins the integration of Collective YOOL Kaaj as an open, diverse and heterogeneous group but very clear objectives: to visualize the current Mayan people make their voices heard by their own means and recover spaces that have been caught up by organizing an independent festival. Then comes the Cha'anil Kaaj (People's Party).

During the organization and the course of the festival itself, we realized that through this sharing people recovering spaces to express directly their customs, traditions and knowledge, and freedom to speak their language, because in every one of the activities, either in the capital or municipalities, it was present.

So were held during the month of October 2013, over 100 activities between exhibitions, forums, seminars, lectures, panel tables, concerts, plays, artistic and cultural events, workshops and courses, book presentations, literature, video projections, filmed, and a cultural caravan with the participation of over 300 exhibitors , artists and lecturers.

These activities had the presence and participation of young audiences, women, elderly and young, all belonging to the culture; Kaaj Cha'anil making the time and space for mutual learning.

From this experience, it became clear that with the completion of an annual festival was not enough to meet our objectives and for this reason we continued organizing activities .

A year later, more hands joined this initiative and continue with renewed enthusiasm calling and creating spaces, maintaining our commitment to make visible the Mayan people and their diversity; to awaken and arouse the dormant talent for centuries of exclusion and discrimination. The 2014 edition of Cha'anil Kaaj brought new academic, artistic, cultural and community activities. As the colloquium Maya 2000 years of literature, cultural caravan, cultural events, workshops, conferences, concerts, exhibitions and projects

In 2015, the party the village is decentralized and becomes hotbed of permanent events, favoring activities in community, allowing anyone interested in activities, at any time of year is organized, following our structure, or not, just making contact with the YOOL collective Kaaj.

Belize Highway

http://www.isciencetimes.com/articles/5166/20130514/mayan-pyramid-destroyed-why-builders-belize-take.htm
http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/shortcuts/2013/may/15/bulldozed-belize-mayan-site-heritage-disasters

Chactún

Estelas_Chactun_Campeche

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2013/06/21/lost-mayan-city-newser/2446003
http://decipherment.wordpress.com/2013/06/18/news-the-discovery-of-chactun-campeche
http://www.ibtimes.com/maya-city-discovered-mexican-jungle-chactun-may-hold-clues-behind-mayan-civilizations-collapse

2012 Tourism

Mexico is expecting 52 million tourists in 2012, thanks to the hype about the Maya calendar. That compares to 22 million foreign visitors to all of Mexico in 2011.

December 21

December 21 is significant because it coincides with the end of a 5,125-year period in the Long Count calendar. The date marks the end of 13 b’aktun cycles of 393 years each.

February
http://www.foronacionaldeturismo.org
@foronalturismo
https://www.facebook.com/foronalturismo

Editing

Tourism and Indigenous People
Indigenous People and Tourism in Mexico

Wikipedia

Apocalypto
Ch'ol
Maya civilization
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_hieroglyphs
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_stelae
Mayan
Sylvanus Morley
Augustus Le Plongeon
B'ak'tun
Maya_peoples
Mundo_Maya_International_Airport
Popol_Vuh

Recommended Viewing

Cracking the Maya Code

Quest for the Lost Maya follows US archaeologists George Bey and Bill Ringle and their Mexican colleague Tomás Gallareta Negrón as they find startling evidence of a forgotten Mayan society in the Yucatán.

http://mayanrenaissance.org
http://blogs.westword.com/showandtell/2012/07/mayan_renaissance_documentary.php
John Daigle's YouTube Channel
Short videos featuring archeologist David Stuart explaining artifacts and glyph interpretation

Recommended listening

http://www.yuuyum.org
https://twitter.com/yuuyumradio
https://www.facebook.com/yuuyum

Visiting the Mundo Maya - Rick Steves

2,000 Years of Mayan Literature - Dennis Tedlock's book 2,000 years of Mayan Literature spans the earliest hieroglyphic inscriptions on stone, pottery and wood to the works of later writers who used the Roman alphabet on paper. Through a mixture of graphical and written forms, he tells of what the Mayans were dreaming and the stories they told themselves.

Apocalypse in 2012? History, myth and science - How much myth and science is behind the Mayan prophecy of an apocalypse?

Facebook

El Chilam Balam
Popul Voh Open Art Festival in Palenque
2012 Travel in the Mundo Maya
The Mayan Time Capsule
https://www.facebook.com/edificiosmayas

Flickr

Maya
Victor Chambor
http://www.flickr.com/photos/jrgkv/sets/72157637753922085

Blogs

mexico premiere
time travel in the mundo maya - moon
http://www.moon.com/blogs/mundo-maya/speaking-travel-writer-conference-riviera-maya-mexico

Indigenous Demands

Mayans Demand Voice in "Doomsday Tourism" Boom
The Maya Response to Doomsday Stories

Q'eqchi' Maya

Mah sah sah laa ch' ohi (Is there happiness in your heart?)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Q%27eqchi%27_people
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Q%27eqchi%27_language

Features

Dreamweavers of Time
Environmental Issues in the Mundo Maya - Victoria Schlesinger
Visiting Palenque
Tourism and the Future of the Maya Biosphere Reserve: Strategies for Success - Sharon Flynn and Juan Carlos Bonilla
Colors of Chichicastenango - Dominic Hamilton
Trail Building in Selempim, Guatemala - Andrew Fleckner
Maya Ik - Victor Sumohano
Chiapas' El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve - Fulvio Eccardi and Cesar Carrillo
True Ecotourism in Quintana Roo - Mathew Ellis
After the Wars: Protecting Central America's Environment - John Burnett
Guatemala Struggles to Protect Maya Rain Forest - John Burnett
Journey to the summit of Volcan San Pedro - Derek Parent

Features in Spanish

Manteniendose en el Mercado sin Perder el Objectivo - Alfonso Escobedo
DESCIFRAN GLIFOS MAYAS SOBRE SUPUESTO "FIN DEL MUNDO" - INAH
Boletín 238 Fortalece SECTUR promoción de los destinos del Mundo Maya
SE INVERTIRÁN ESTE AÑO CASI 110 MILLONES DE PESOS PARA LA PROMOCIÓN DEL MUNDO MAYA - SECTUR
Armonizan patrimonio natural y cultural: sitios mayas estrenan plantas de tratamiento de agua

Fun

Take a Maya quiz

Elsewhere on the Web

Maya Guide - Mexico Connect
Maya Discovery
The Daily Glyph
When a Number System Loses Uniqueness: The Case of the Maya
2012: Science and Prophecy of the Ancient Maya”
http://www.themayaconservancy.org
http://www.sectur.gob.mx/es/sectur/Boletin_111
http://www.moon.com/blogs/mundo-maya/tours-and-packages-which-benefit-the-maya-2012
http://maya.nmai.si.edu
http://www.vozmaya.com
http://mayakaan.travel - @MayaKaanTravel
https://lamilpadelarux.wordpress.com - https://twitter.com/Aruxduende
http://nicougen.blogspot.be

Calendar

http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/article/following-mayan-calendar-national-museum-american-indian-146076
Maya Calendar
http://blog.nmai.si.edu/main/maya-calendar
http://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/mayan.html

Hotels

http://hotelxixim.com @HotelXixim
http://www.sfgate.com/business/prweb/article/Mayan-Culture-Experts-Discuss-the-Mayan-Calendar-4095658.php

Mayan Zodiac Circle

Local Travel

Community Tours Sian Ka'an, Encuentro Nacional de Ecoturismo Indígena @ Oaxaca 11.2012 @ecoturismoCDI

Archaeological Sites

Calakmul
Copan
Palenque
Tikal
Kulubá
Kulubá Archaeological Project 2001

MayaSites.com

Bonampak

Palenque

Chichen Itzá

San Gervasioon Cozumel Island

Cobá

Tikal

Dzibilchaltún

Toniná

Ek Balam

Tulum

Kabah

Uxmal

Labna

La Venta Olmec Museum in Villahermosa

Muyil

Yaxchilán

Archaeology

Descent to the Underworld of Chechem-Ha - Susan Hoffman
MesowebHieroglyphs and History at Copan - David Stuart/Peabody Museum
Saving the Maya Past for the Future - Barbara Fash
Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
Los Loros Museum (Guatemala)
Lords of the Earth

Musuems: Dzibilchaltun

http://www.inah.gob.mx/paseos/MuseodelPuebloMaya/tour.html

Kabah


Kabáh significa “mano poderosa”; este sitio maya tiene un excepcional palacio de máscaras. #ViajemosTodosPorMéxico

Kabah


Quotes
Don't wait for strangers to remind you of your duty, you have a conscience and a spirit for that. All the good you do must come from your own initiative.
- Popul Vuh

The process of deciphering is the first tiny step to understanding what this great civilization contributed to humanity.
- Linda Schele, Cracking the Maya Code

Mundo Maya Organization

Mundo Maya Organization
Strengthening Mundo Maya Organization & Local Organizations - IDB
UNESCO Partner

Mesoamerica Center

The Mesoamerica Center at UT-Austin aims to facilitate knowledge and learning about the indigenous cultures and peoples of what is now Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras and El Salvador. Its primary focus is on the arts, languages, and archaeology of Mesoamerican civilizations.
Mesoamerica Center - Facebook

Academic Work

NGO Landscapes: Conservation in the Maya Biosphere Reserve - Juanita Sundberg
Participation and training in two ecotourism projects in Mundo Maya-Mexico - Ron Martens
Participacion y Capacitacion en el Mundo Maya - Ron Martens
Community-Based Ecotourism in the Maya Forest - Ruth Norris, J. Scott Wilber, and Luís Oswaldo Morales Marín
Ecotourism Development in Quintana Roo - Natasha Ward
Turismo Alternativo en Chiapas - Ignacio March
El Pilar Archaeological Reserve for Maya Flora and Fauna
Tourism in the Mundo Maya: Inventions and (Mis)Representations of Maya Identities and Heritage
Feria Mundo Maya

Maya and Mayan

The term Mayan should be used when referring to the language spoken by the Maya people. The Maya speak Mayan. If you are not referring to the language, use the term Maya.

USA
http://nmai.si.edu/calendar/?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D120139586

Misc


Oct 11-12 Caravana Cultural @elChilamBalam

In Maya tradition there is a greeting which is In Lak'ech which means 'I am another yourself' (A modern day interpretation) and also means 'I am you, and you are me' (A traditional Maya interpretation). This Mayan greeting is an honoring for each other and a statement of unity. What few understand is that In Lak'ech is not only a honorable Maya greeting. It is a moral code. It is a way to live, with ALL forms of life in our world.When one lives the Maya code of In Lak'ech, we understand that everything we do in this world affects all, either in a positive or negative way, depending on our actions and motivations. - http://www.expatbelize.com

Cracking the Maya Code



Campamento Lacandones

Maya Language from Cancun, Mexico


Maya 2012 Revealed

Books about the Maya







Events

October 11-25 Festival Independiente de la Cultura Maya. La fiesta del Pueblo.
Yucatán, México · chaanilkaaj.org
facebook
plus.google.com
@fiestadelpueblo

Filing

http://elchilambalam.com
https://www.facebook.com/ElChilamBalam
@elChilamBalam
http://radio.elchilambalam.com





http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=6326
http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/transcripts/2014/140402gmd1900.txt



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