How to Find Out My Mayan Calendar Symbol

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How to Find Out My Mayan Calendar Symbol
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The Mayan Zodiac is based off an ancient and complex calendar system created by the Mayan people more than 5,000 years ago in Mexico and Central America.

Often regarded as one of the first and most complex calendar systems, the Mayan calendar also contains a zodiac table of 18 symbols: Ch'en, Yax, Sac, Keh, Mak, K'ank'in, Muwan, Pax, Kayab, Kumk'u, Wayeb, Pop, Wo, Sip, Sotz, Sec, Xul, Yaxk'in and Mol. These symbols are based on birth date and offer insight on personality and character traits of those born under each of the 19 signs.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Write down your birthday or the date of birth of the person whose Mayan Zodiac sign you would like to find.

  2. 2

    Use the following dates as guides to determine which Mayan Zodiac symbol the birth date corresponds with: Ch'en (January 2 to Jan. 21), Yax (Jan. 22 to February 10), Sac (Feb. 11 to March 2), Keh (March 3 to March 22), Mak (March 23 to April 11), K'ank'in (April 12 to May 1), Muwan (May 2 to May 21), Pax (May 22 to June 10), Kayab (June 11 to June 30), Kumk'u (July 1 to July 20), Wayeb (July 21 to July 25), Pop (July 26 to August 14), Wo (Aug.15 to September 3), Sip (Sept. 4 to Sept. 23), Sotz, (Sept. 24 to October 13), Sec ( Oct.14 to November 2), Xul (Nov. 3 to Nov. 22), Yaxk'in (Nov. 23 to December 12), Mol (Dec.13 to January 1).

  3. 3

    Visit an astrology or Mayan history site, such as energy-healing-info.com, to find a detailed description of your symbol and the compatibility of your Mayan sign with friends or loved ones.

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