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Visionary Mayan Queen: Yohl Ik’nal of Palenque

Excerpts from the book “The Visionary Mayan Queen: Yohl Ik’nal of Palenque” by Leonide Martin at LeonideMartinBlog.Wordpress.com

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Excerpts from The Visionary Mayan Queen: Yohl Ik’nal of Palenque

Incidents of Travel Vol-1_

The Travel Writers of Their Time

Thanks to the remarkable four-volume books Incidents of Travel, by John L. Stephens and Frederick Catherwood, we are given much insight into the hardships of travel and the impact of this splendid and high civilization on these explorers.

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John Lloyd Stephens is a masterful storyteller and Frederick Catherwood a fine artist.  Their first two-volume book, featuring Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan, was published in 1841.  It became an instant success, with publisher Harper and Brothers in New York making 11

Frederick Catherwood Frederick Catherwood

printings of 20,000 copies each in only three months.  I keep a copy with me to enjoy comparing their impressions with present-day Palenque.  Although his prose is typical for that period, it’s richly descriptive and amusing.  Stephens weaves details of their harrowing adventures, gives…

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Galactic Feminine: Welcome / Bienvenida

A Universal Revelation of the Sacred Feminine Balance, inspired by the Galactic Maya Cosmology and the Ancient Prophecies of the Second Creation of Earth.

Welcoming you to this blog with this beautiful representation of Ixchel, or Ix Chel, the aged Jaguar Goddess of Midwifery and Medicine in Ancient Maya culture. She was the spouse of the main God, Itzamna, and she also gave birth to 13 sons, two of whom created Heaven and Earth and all that belongs to it, the Howler Monkey Gods.

Una Revelación Universal del Balance Femenino Sagrado, inspirada por la Cosmología Maya Galáctica y las Profecías Ancestrales de la Segunda Creación de la Tierra.

Te damos la bienvenida a nuestro blog con esta hermosa representación de Ixchel, o Ix Chel, la Diosa Jaguar de los Partos y la Medicina en la cultura ancestral Maya. Ella fue la esposa del dios principal, Itzamna, y también dió a luz a 13 hijos, dos de los cuales crearon el Cielo y la Tierra y todo lo que le pertenece.

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