Secrets of Mayan Science/Religion

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Inner Traditions / Bear & Co, 1990 - Social Science - 153 pages
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Through symbolic and linguistic analysis, Hunbatz Men's Secrets of Mayan Science/Religion links indigenous Mayan thought to the present moment. In this spiritual text, the author explores sacred teachings hidden by the Mayan priesthood shortly after the Spanish Conquistadors arrived in Mexico in 1519. He concludes with an explanation of the metaphysics of ancient Mayan glyphs, and the secret path to illumined consciousness of the feathered serpent, Quetzalcoatl.
 

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Hunbatz Men (1941-2016) was a Mayan daykeeper--an authority on the history, chronology, and calendars of Mayan civilization. He was also a ceremonial leader, founder of a Mayan indigenous community near Mérida, Mexico, and the author of Secrets of Mayan Science/Religion.

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