Tat Rigoberto Itzep Chanchavac
is Ajq'ij (Tagehüter), spiritual guide and teacher in Momostenango, in the mountains of Guatemala
Una entrevista realizada por el canal de Discovery Channel, sobre el tema del 2012 por el Guía Espiritual Don Rigoberto Itzep Chanchavac (2011)
The Maya Conservancy − Mission Izapa 2010 / in 4 parts (June 24-26, 2010), Introduction
Izapa Re-Activation Ceremony Part 1 Jim Reed Maya Spirituality The Maya Conservancy
On behalf of The Maya Conservancy, Mission Izapa 2010 was an unprecedented event of inter-cultural and timely importance. Participants facilitated the way for 13 Guatemalan Maya spiritual elders to re-ignite and re-connect to the spiritual energies in ritual fire ceremony at the ancient site of Izapa, Chiapas, Mexico. This is the site connected to the Maya's creation story, the Popol Vuh, and the initiation of their 260-day sacred and Long Count calendars. No one has performed sacred ritual here for more than 1,000 years. The ballcourt is aligned with the winter solstice on December 21, 2012. The mayor of Tapachula welcomed our group as "distinguished visitors". Here independent Maya researcher John Major Jenkins speaks at the press conference, June 24, 2010. Spanish translation by MaryLou Ridinger. Check out www.mayaspirituality.com and www.themayaconservancy.org
Izapa Re-Activation Cerremony Part 2 Jim Reed Maya Spirituality The Maya Conservancy
Izapa Re-Activation Ceremony Part 3 Jim Reed Maya Spirituality The Maya Conservancy
Izapa Re-Activation Ceremony Part 4 Jim Reed Maya Spirituality The Maya Conservancy
Momostenango Maya Fire Ceremony Part 3 - Mission Izapa 2010 - Jim Reed Guatemala
by Jim Reed
Momostenango Maya Fire Ceremony Part 4 - Mission Izapa 2010 -- Jim Reed Guatemala
Momostenango, Highland Guatemala
Fire Ceremony – after the main flame
2012 and the Mayan Calendar (2009) / in 3 parts
K'iché Maya Priest & Day Keeper, Rigoberto Itzep Chanchavac speaks to us about the prophesied Mayan calendar date Dec, 21st, 2012, and its impact on mother Earth and humanity. With great respect... we send our heartfelt thanks to Don Rigoberto Itzep Chanchavac of the K'iché Maya Traditions for sharing his wisdom with us.
Great Thanks to Martin Espino for his wonderful Prehispanic Music. Music Composed and Performed by Martin Espino. "Return of the Jaguar". Find out more at Martins myspace page at www.myspace.com/mexika.
Great Thanks to Anita Garr for arranging our reunion with Don Rigoberto, to Enrique Encalada for translating from the heart, and to our love to the Maya Paradise family of 2009
For more information on how to support Don Rigoberto's work in the world go to www.AlunaJoy.com or go to http://www.kachina.net/~alunajoy/wajs...
The three videos were filmed by Aluna Joy Yaxk'in, at Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, on Spring Equinox 2009.