Interpreting the Tonalamatl – Wrongly called the Aztec Calendar

200,00

Interpreting the Tonalamatl – Wrongly called the Aztec Calendar
Lead by Xicome Mazatl and Bridge by Akhamani

When: Saturday 19 of December – Sunday 20th of December, 2020

Time: 4:00PM – 9:00pm, Paris time (both days)

Where: Online via Zoom

Language:  Spanish and English.

Price: 200 Euros

Introduction:
The commonly known “Aztec Calendar” or XIUHKALLI TOLTEKA has been wrongly interpreted by modern research. Our Anahuac elders, the guardians of our ancient ancestral wisdom explain to us that this “calendar” contains more than just dates; It also represents and explains all of the sciences known today and others that have been forgotten in time. Furthermore, this so-called “Aztec Calendar” was not even Azteka since it was elaborated in the times of Axayakatl (the observer of the universe) when we were already Meshikas.

Therefore, the “Aztec Calendar”, as our elders attest, is properly called the NEPOULTZITZIN OR TONALMACHIOTLT.  If you are interested in learning more about this topic, how to read and properly interpret its many dimensions of symbolisms, join Xicome Mazatl, ancestral Guardian, for this weekend workshop via zoom.

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Interpreting the Tonalamatl– Wrongly called the Aztec Calendar

Lead by Xicome Mazatl and Bridge by Akhamani

When: Saturday 19 of December – Sunday 20th of December, 2020

Time: 4:00PM – 9:00pm, Paris time (both days)

Where: Online via Zoom

Language:  Spanish and English.

Price: 200 Euros
Payments are made directly to Xicome Mazatl through PayPal using a link that we will e-mail you upon registration. Payment is due three days after you sign up for the event and your registration will only be confirmed once payment has been received by Xicome Mazatl.

What you will be learning:

  • The beginning: What is the Tonalamatl and its origin
  • Why it is not considered just a calendar, and why it is not Azteka
  • About the subjects that are covered in the Kalmekatl and what is the meaning of the Kalmekatl
  • What is the meaning of the twenty numbers of the twenty days that were left by Kuauhtemotzin
  • How to calculate the Tonal in order to figure out an ancestral name
  • What is the Gestation within the Tonalamatl
  • What are the different symbols of the Tonalamatl and their meaning
  • What is the meaning of the starting point
  • What is the Toltec Nepohuatzizi and the Tonalamatl
  • Why we should protect all of this wisdom for today’s humanity

NOTE: Included is an electronic pdf book that Xicome Mazatl wrote to accompany the workshop. It will be emailed to you, along with the Zoom details, once your payment is received.

About Xicome Mazatl
Xikome Mazatl (Seven Deer), black belt 2nd dan karate Do, inherited from his grandfather Yautecatl Yollitzin (Warrior of the Heart) the rich tradition of the Nahuatl principles, its knowledge, and values. He is highly esteemed as an Honorable Guardian of this wisdom and teaches THE VALUES AND EDUCATION OF THE NAHUATL CULTURE. In 1999 he was a member of the Council of Elders of Toluca and in 2012 he was handed the staff of command of the Council of Elders of Tenochtitlán, Mexico.

For 48 years, he has led Temazcallis (sweat lodges) in the Toltec tradition and continues to give lectures on the ancestral roots of Anahuac in primary, secondary, and preparatory schools, universities, world scientific forums, and in communities throughout Mexico.

He is the founder of the Calpulli Ce Mazatl (One-Deer School) that teaches the oral tradition of the language, the philosophy, the music and its instruments, the costumes, the mitote (dance), the Dancer (mitotero), and the history of the Nahuatl Ancestral Wisdom.

He is considered a medicine man who safeguards the Knowledge, protection, and dissemination of the Ancestral wisdom and culture, and the practice of various Therapies of the Nahuatl Art of Good Living.

He is also the author of several books that compile the oral transmissions of the elders, the codices (ancient books), his experiences, and the archeological research that he has helped decipher. Moreover, he has produced several CDs of pre-hispanic music that were composed using ancestral instruments and frequencies.

How to Prepare your Space for the Practice :

  • Make sure that you have a good internet connection
  • Make sure that you have something to take notes with
  • Make sure that you are in an environment that is not too noisy and that allows you to focus and follow the lessons.

NOTE: All proposed “health” practices are wellness practices and are not intended to replace the diagnosis, treatment, or medical advice.