Ometeotl und Omecihuatl0
The rediscovery of true time
The Mexican Calendar
The Mayan calendar
- The Mexican Calendar
- The Book of Days and Destinies: Chuenil Kin
- Small and large cycles of the galaxy
- On the way towards 2013-2026: the time of transformation
- Hunab-Ku, science and spirituality
- The western point of view: the galactic center
- The center of the galaxy from the Maya perspective

The ancient Mexican people derived their knowledge from precise observations of celestial bodies. The cycles of the planet Venus, the constellation Mamalhuaztli (Orion) and the Milky Way formed the mathematical basis of their calendar. In the course of development of their traditions, these people perceived various celestial bodies as their teachers.


Their entire knowledge is represented in the Sun Stone: a disc, on which the cycles of various astronomical bodies are engraved. It tells us simultaneously of different dimensions and of a number of possible events that may or may not shape the life on this planet. The Mexican traditions do not consider the Sun Stone as a calendar or a prophecy.


The Sun of Stone the so-called „Aztec Calendar“

This calendar originates from the traditions of the Olmecs and Toltecs. The Maya and the Aztecs independently embraced, developed and adapted this knowledge each to their own language and symbolism. The Sun Stone contains the wisdom of the Aztecs. There are two calendars in both traditions: a civil calendar with a cycle of eighteen 20-day months and a ritual calendar of 13 months, each consisting of 20 days. Both cycles operate on the same principles and have the same energetic properties. Only the names of the days and months are different. Every day of each month corresponds to a specific energy, certain force, number, cardinal direction, organ, limb, etc. The following image provides a good depiction of the complex time mechanism:

This mechanism schematically represents the Chuenil Kin. The ritual calendar consisting of thirteen 20-day months and the civilian cycle of 365 days (eighteen 20-day months plus 5 additional (Uayeb) days) add up to 18,980 different combinations of days, numbers, names and months.