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Wood pendant necklace, 'Tijax Maya Calendar'

Wood pendant necklace, 'Tijax Maya Calendar'


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Wood pendant necklace, 'Tijax Maya Calendar'

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The energy of the day known as Tijax illuminates the path to finding the equilibrium between the spiritual realm and our lives, says Iliana Hernandez alluding to the beliefs that underlie the Maya calendar. Each day is represented by a specific glyph, which Hern?ndez hand-paints on a palo blanco wood pendant hanging from a beige faux-suede cord. This glyph is depicted as the point of the warrior's obsidian dagger, symbol of bravery and courage. The animals associated with Tijax are the swordfish, owl and toucan. .925 Sterling silver clasp
SKU: j0036
  • Product Size:
  • 0.2" H + 1.2" Dia

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  • Sterling silver and palo blanco on polyurethane cord
  • Cord chain
  • S-hook or hook clasp
  • High polish finish
  • Color and/or motif may vary slightly
  • According to Maya cosmogony, we are born with an animal spirit... a 'nahual' who will protect and guide us through life.

    The Maya believe no one is alone in the world - each person lives in close communion with nature, so it's our destiny to seek harmony with our natural environment. There are 20 nahuales, each represented by a unique glyph or 'sun sign' on the Tzolkin calendar. Now you can keep your personal nahual forever close, with these handcrafted sun sign pendants from Guatemala.

    Find Your Mayan Sun Sign

    The Maya tzolk'in calendar combines a cycle of twenty named days with another cycle of thirteen numbers, to produce 260 unique days. Find your sign