Dreaming the Maya Fifth Sun

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Infinity Publishing, 2006 - Fiction - 560 pages
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Jana's recurring dream opens portals to ancient Maya worlds, where the priestess Yalucha summons her to fulfill a prophetic mission critical to 2012, opposed by shamanic forces and her husband.
 

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Leonide (Lennie) Martin Retired California State University professor, former Family Nurse Practitioner, currently author and Maya researcher. My books bring ancient Maya culture and civilization to life in stories about both real historical Mayas and fictional characters. For historical accuracy, I researched Maya archeology, anthropology and history from the scientific perspective. For indigenous viewpoints, I studied with Maya teachers including Aum Rak Sapper, Guatemalan Priestess-Daykeeper and Hunbatz Men, Itza Maya Elder-Daykeeper. I lived in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico for five years to apprentice with Hunbatz Men, becoming a Solar Initiate and Maya Fire Woman in the Itza Maya tradition. The ancient Mayas created the most highly advanced civilization in the Western hemisphere, and my work is dedicated to their wisdom, spirituality, scientific and cultural accomplishments through compelling historical novels. For more information about my writing and the Mayas, visit:
Website: www.mistsofpalenque.com
Blog: http: //leonidemartinblog.wordpress.com/
Facebook: https: //www.facebook.com/leonide.martin

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