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Discover What the Prophecy of 2012 Means for Your Life
According to the Mayan Elders, at the moment of birth every human being is given a destiny. Our life challenge is to develop ourselves and our skills in order to fulfill this destiny, thus fueling our individual contribution to the planet. At the heart of The Book of Destiny is the sacred Mayan calendar, an extraordinary tool that allows the reader to discover this destiny, along with one’s special Mayan symbol, origin, as well as the protection spirits that accompany them through life. Poetically narrated, the book describes how the calendar contains the scientific legacy of the Mayan people, preserved and transmitted over the centuries through oral tradition and written texts.
Written at the request of the Mayan Elders, by member of the Guatemalan Elders Council and Mayan Priest Carlos Barrios, The Book of Destiny is a tool to help people understand their life purpose and to use this profound knowledge to make the best of their time on earth.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in more information on this subject.
The book is very well written with a smooth translation of the original text, and so it is also a delight to read.
The knowledge presented in this book represents the true Mayan sign and its meaning for each of the 20 day signs.
A valuable resource for anyone interested in Mayan day keeping. Recommended highly by Tata Pedro Cruz and Shuni Giron of the Tz'utujil Maya in Lake Atitan Guatemala.Published 7 months ago by Jon B.
The decision to unveil the wisdom of the ancient Mayas is a gift of healing for ourselves and our relationships with the earth. Read morePublished 9 months ago by C. S. Newton
Good Mayan cultural & world history, however the Kindle book format does not lend itself to understanding some of the author's graphics. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Hal E. Stamm
Having sat with the 20-day calendar presented in this book for a few years, observing each day as it unfolds, then observing how it may or may not 'ring true' with the energy of... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Sax Lover
Absolute drivel new age pap. A rich Guatemalan kid rebelling against his parents (like 1960s hippies in the US) who decides to adopt neo-Mayan jargon and talk to some elders and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gene Rhea Tucker
This is the best interpretation of Mayan nawals (birth signs) plus it gives a summary of eye lessons and prophesies verbally passed through many generations to current elders.Published 16 months ago by Tommy Timm
This is a very important book. For anyone interested in the Maya, Mayan Prophesy, or anything to do with the Mayan Calendar(s), this is a must-read. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Zelly
This book provided much information about the Mayan civilization and calendar. the only down side I have with it is that some parts of it are difficult to use/understand, i.e. Read morePublished 22 months ago by VG
Well written sending me to investigate information on the historical Mayans which I was unaware of before reading this book.Published on December 2, 2011 by Kiwi