A hands-on tool to harness the potential for spiritual growth surrounding the end of the Mayan calendar in 2012
• Includes 44 color divination cards and an in-depth guide
• Explains the Mayan divinatory meaning of each card’s symbol and their associated colors, herbs, ritual movements, and more
• Includes divinatory spreads, meditations, and exercises for insight and intuition
As the Mayan calendar comes to a close, we are entering into a time of great opportunity for spiritual growth and higher planetary consciousness. The ancient Maya foresaw this awakening and thus embedded within their archetypal symbols instructions for harnessing the energies activated during this transformational period. Forming a “language of light” that represents a bridge between physical and spiritual realities, these ancient symbols have the power to catalyze growth, change, and awareness. Interacting with these glyphs establishes a personal “resonance,” or direct communication with each of the symbols, creating a conduit through which to receive their galactic energies.
Conceived in a prophetic dream, The Mayan Oracle is composed of 44 cards--20 Mayan star-glyphs, 13 numbers, and 11 “lenses of the mystery”--along with an in-depth guidebook. Providing divinatory spreads, poetic meditations, and exercises for insight and intuition, the guide explains each symbol’s Mayan usage, divinatory meaning, and the attributes, elements, and items associated with them--from colors and herbs to ritual movements. Designed to stimulate the intuition, this oracle offers a way to interact with the Mayan archetypes in order to elevate your consciousness to a higher dimension and transform old ways of seeing, doing, and being.
About the Author
Ariel Spilsbury is a spiritual counselor guided by the wisdom of the Maya and the Mayan Oracle. She is a planetary midwife whose focus is on expanding consciousness, building the Sanctuary of the Open Heart, and honoring the Divine Feminine. The author of The Alchemy of Ecstasy and The 13 Moon Oracle, she lives in San Francisco, California.
Michael Bryner (1950-1998) was a holistic therapist and spiritual counselor and teacher with an interest in Mayan esotericism and shamanism.
“The Mayan Oracle amplifies intuition, tunes the mind, and harmonizes the human heart. Truly a new instrument for the ageless questing soul!” — Don G. Campbell, author of The Roar of Silence
“The tool touches the cellular body with a galactic harmonic language of light, enabling a deep remembrance that we are, in truth, unconditional love.” — Rowena Pattee Kryder, author of The Gaia Matrix Oracle
“The Mayan understanding of the subtleties of time was greater than our own. The Mayan Oracle’s approach to tapping in to the synchronistic power within the symbols is fascinating and commendable.” — Terence McKenna, author of Food of the Gods
“The Mayan Oracle is a storehouse of cosmic knowledge; a guide to help humanity fulfill the Mayan prophecy, which calls us to return to living in harmony with nature and awaken to our deepest human potential. Beyond being a profound tool for divination, this oracle set offers direct, personal insight into the living, archetypal forces of cosmic order as mapped by the sacred Mayan mathematics. Anyone willing to receive the illumination offered in the revelatory set of codes offered through The Mayan Oracle will come to treasure this living portal as an ally on the path of cosmic evolution!” — Eden Sky, author of The 13-Moon Natural Time Calendar
“Ancient Mayans embedded transformational wisdom in their archetypal images, forming a galactic language of light. This language is captured by The Mayan Oracle to stimulate intuition and elevate consciousness. . .” — New Age Retailer, February 2011
“I can see this deck being used to toast the New Year early, with a glass of bubbly, overlooking the Pacific Ocean from Hollywood Hills, under the night sky, admiring a waxing moon, transcendental pan pipe music playing softly in the background. The illustrations are by the UCLA trained and Santa Barbara based artist, Oceanna (Donna Kiddie) whose work on large building murals and mythic interiors are very popular.” — Wendy Stokes, Mind Body Spirit, August 2012