This novel series is now 26-year in the making. It explores the 9th-century collapse of the Mayans through the eyes of the 16th century monk, Diego de Landa, who came to the Yucatan in 1549 to find evidence of Christ having visited the New World.
It is the only novel series to seriously explore the classic era Maya sciences of Nagualism, Tonalism, Shamanism, geodetic architecture, fractal time mathematics, psychonautics, and astronomy within an animistic social contract.
2012 was not the end of a 26,000-year fractal cycle, it was the beginning of a new one. Download the Free Maya Calendar Decoder by clicking the button now.
When the Franciscan friars arrived to the Mayan Riviera in the 1500s, they carried with them secret edicts from the Pope to find evidence of Christ in the New World.
Absolved of their sins in advance the monks began a ruthless sacking of Mayan archives to obtain their Psychonautic sciences, the precognitive methods by which the Maya accurately mapped and surveyed the landscape of the time-consciousness continuum.
Discovering that there is a fractal geometry underlying in the time-consciousness continuum, Diego de Landa becomes obsessed with penetrating the methods of Mayan time travel encoded in their ancient books. The Codex Katun is the first ancient book he successfully decodes, leading him directly into the 9th-century.
Meet the authentic classic era psychonauts of Mayan Nagualism, Tonalism, Shamanism, cartographers of the fractal geography of the time-consciousness continuum as they inscribed it on pyramids, pottery and in books.
Meet the real-life Mayan Kings and Queens, Priests and Warriors, Merchants and Farmers of the 9th century, in constant contact with the denizens of these alternate dimensions.
Take the most unexpected adventure into history. In the process rediscover and rebirth the ancient paradigm that dominated the Americas for more than 10,000-years. Perhaps, in the process, you too will become a psychonaut.
In 1507, during the New Fire Ceremony of the Aztec Triple Alliance, Priests deliver the Codex Borbonicus to Emperor Montezuma, foretelling the end of the Aztec Empire.
1511, a shipwreck along the Maya Riviera delivers Geronimo de Aguilar and Gonzalo Guerrero into slavery at the hands of Mayan chieftains. Eight years later Aguilar escapes to unite with Cortez on the coast, becoming his translator on the way to decimate the Aztecs. Guerrero rejects Cortez offer, marries a Maya princess and leads Mayan forces against the Spanish conquest of the Yucatan.
As Diego de Landa penetrates the Mystics of the Maya, his Catholic perceptions of reality are obliterated. Opening the forbidden doors to the helical vortex in time, he bears witness to the 10th, 16th, and 21st century apocalypses.
Indigenous Mind is the codex of genetic memory encrypted in the helical vortex of your DNA. Doorways of perception into ancestral memory has always been accessible through sciences of indigenous America, just as it is through the Yogis, Natha and Monks of Eastern mysticism.
The Mystics of the Maya novel series is a literary odyssey into the the indigenous sciences and history of the ancient Maya.
The novel series has been written three, expanding with each draft in lockstep with my experience and understanding across a period of twenty six years. I am now writing the fourth and final draft, and by subscribing to this stream of edutainment content, you are igniting your own Indigenous Mind.
Mystics of the Maya is also set to be a non-fiction publishing Imprint, beginning with the Aztec Codex Borbonicus, a divinatory and ceremonial manuscript used during the New Fire Ceremony of 1507, republished and made available for the common market first time in over 500-years.
Stacy James is the creator, author and designer of the Mystics of the Maya novel series, apparel brand, and Imprint. He has written and developed television series, feature films, and Award Winning documentaries, also teaching Mayan cosmology to P.hD. students.
A member of the Métis Nations of Alberta, Canada, Stacy is recognized as one of the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada, within s.35 of the Constitution Act of 1982.
The concept for Mystics of the Maya, was born of his lifelong interest and study of Plains Indian, Aztec, Toltec, Maya, Hopi, and Olmec civilizations, alongside his exploration of Shamanistic, Nagualistic and Tonalistic practices of these civilizations, encrypted in their pictography, iconography, architecture, mathematics, and calendrical systems.
Stacy is the CEO and Director of Maya Media Inc., a diverse multimedia company based in Canada. Stacy now resides in the Chiapas highlands of Southern Mexico.
Throughout the 1990s, Stacy was co-founder, broadcaster, and Chairman of the Content Board at Kootenay Coop Radio. He has published articles in multiple magazines, and has interviewed Joni Mitchell, Elvis Costello, Loreena McKennitt, Ry Cooder, Ali Farka Touré, and Ani DiFranco, to name a few.
Stacy is currently launching the MOTM apparel brand in lead-up to a 2022 crowdfunding campaign for the novel series.
Mayan Calendar: 2012?
In his efforts to reconstruct a living experience of the classic era Maya civilization, Stacy is among the first to discover the work of independent Scholar and Native American traditionalist, Mr. Loren W. Jeffries.
In this, episode #1 of the MOTM educational podcast, Stacy interviews Loren on his book The Sacred Count: The Fractal Calendar of Ancient Mesoamerica.
Mr. Jeffries details the glaring errors made by 20th-century scholars leading to the fictitious 2012 end date notation, and other errors.
Correcting these errors, Mr. Jeffries has revealed a more accurate end date notation, along with previously unknown astronomical correlations to the calendar system, revealing how the planets and the stars comport to the fractal mathematics of the true Maya calendar.
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