Musings on the Aztec Calendar

We have had the Aztec Calendar talisman for three months now, and we have stopped procuring some such.  And do you know why?  Well, we found the Aztec calendar to be the ultimate talisman.

A talisman is an object, either natural or man-made, believed to be endowed with special powers to protect or bring good fortune. Amulets are carried on the person or kept in the place that is the desired sphere of influence—e.g., on a roof or in a field. The terms amulet and talisman are often used interchangeably, but a talisman is sometimes defined as an engraved amulet (Encyclopedia Britannica).

A replica of the Aztec calendar by

The efficacy of the Aztec calendar talisman may have something to do with 2012, which marks the end of the counting of years by the Mayans, an advanced civilization in its time in South America.  There are two schools of thought about the significance of 2012, most notably December 21, 2012.

— That the world will end by then, with planet Nibiru as the catalyst.  It is said that Nibiru appears in the solar system once every 3,600 years, and December 21, 2012 marks its appearance.  Which, it is believed, will cause a massive disruption with the sun and Jupiter, which will become as hot as the sun as a result.  Nibiru is supposed to be the home of the Annunaki, the superior beings who created man.

–That on December 21, 2012, a realignment of the entire Milky Way galaxy will occur, the reference point being the galactic equator, a phenomenon that occurs once every 25,000 years.  The earth’s poles will shift, resulting in the opening of the Third Eye in humans.  Hence, there will be a spiritual renaissance.

Let the future take care of itself, we are told.  Just focus on each day as if it were your last.

As far as we are concerned, the Aztec calendar lets us focus on the here and now and has very powerful energies.  In fact, during our ritual for Osayin, the master gardener, we did it with the Aztec calendar, and the result was spectacular.  Many figures appeared on the patterns of the rum libation, to wit:  an upright deer, two women profiles, and Osayin’s face superimposed with another smaller face.  Which, we believe, is very significant if only for the fact that the deer is our animal spirit in the Aztec calendar.

A close-up of my Aztec Calendar talisman

The Aztec calendar lets you experience  synchronicity  like no other!

10 thoughts on “Musings on the Aztec Calendar

  1. You know, in this context, I’m finding the phrase “live each day as if it were your last…” more than a bit unsettling…

    Seriously, I’m of the school that 2012 will mean a major shift in energy as opposed to the end of the world.

    And that most folks won’t notice it….


  2. I’d like that.

    I’d like enlightenment for all people, but I’m not sure if everyone is ready for that yet…

    “Enlightenment” being a big concept, I’m not totally sure if I’m ready for it yet…

    But, every day, I try to get a little bit better…


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