My thesis is a concise three point description of the astronomical alignment that occurs on the 13-backtun cycle end-date in A.D. 2012. The "Mayan Cosmgenesis" article is a 1600-word presentation of the scenario, with 3 diagrams.
Knowing what day it is in the indigenous 260-day sacred calendar is essential to acting in solidarity with modern daykeepers. This is known as the "correlation question" and I've researched this topic thouroughly. The upshot is that there is one authentic Mayan count of days. In other words, the Classic period count is still being followed in the highlands of Guatemala.
Calendar basics - a straight forward primer.
Want to know what day it is today in the Tzolkin calendar? Check this out.
Dreamspell is the pseudo-Mayan movement begun by Jose Arguelles, organizer of the Harmonic Convergence event back in 1987. Dreamspell's hidden agenda is revealed in this channeled information (channeled from my head through my hand onto paper).
A quick reference glossary of terms and concepts used in Mayan Calendar studies.
A brief essay on the unusual astronomical situation that coincided with the beginning of the 4 Ahau Katun of the 5125-year Great Cycle of the Mayan Long Count Calendar.
There is confusion in academia folks - this file presents my commentary on elder Mayanist Floyd Lounsbury's strange essay which appeared in "The Sky in Mayan Literature" (1992).
A possible reconstruction of howthe Classic period Venus Calendar evolved into a superior one followed by the conquest-era Ixil and Quiche in highland Guatemala.
I focus on the section which deals with mythological placenames, s I feel the authors overlooked information which would point to the "dark-rift" in the Milky Way as the location of some of their "mythological" toponyms.
I wrote this brief article for "Nuit-Isis" in 1992, a metaphysical magazine out of Oxford.
I wrote this brief article in late 1994 for a bookstore newsletter out of Lawerence, Kansas.