Wajxaqib’ B’atz’: Means 8 threads (The quantity
of threads used in order to create the world).
The Sacred Maya Calendar – Significance of the 20 Days
B’atz’: Means thread. A good day to start any activity
and be successful.
E: Means path, destiny. A good day to be free of accidents in our
path and on trips. (Nawal : Mountain cat)
Aj: Means everything related with the house and family. A Good
day to ask for protection for the house.
I’x: Represents the Altar Maya. A special day to ask for
the life of animals and to ask for a good harvest.
Tz’ikin: Means bird, the intermediary between God and man.
Represents the space, air, light, clouds, cold, and hot that the
Heart of the Heavens and of the Earth has placed at our service.
Ajmaq: Means sin. A good day to ask forgiveness for our errors
and ask forgiveness to those who have wronged us.
No’j: Means idea and wisdom. A good day to ask the Heart
of the Heaven and of the Earth, everything we need in our life.
To ask to receive wisdom.
Tijax: Means suffering. A good day to ask that difficulties and
big problems end.
Kawoq: Means dispute, difficulty, it is the day of woman. This
day is special for asking for the health of the sick.
Ajpu’: Means deer hunter. A good day to ask for wisdom in
the sciences Maya and to receive emotional and intellectual security.
Imox: Means madness. A special day for asking for the abundance
of corn (food)
Iq’: Means air, wind. A good day to ask the wind to take
away all the suffering, all the sickness of all the people.
Aq’ab’al: Means daybreak. A good day to ask the Creator
to make clear the light in our minds, existence and destiny.
K’at: Means net. A good day to untangle - resolve misunderstandings
and to escape from the prison of material and spiritual things.
Kan: Means serpent. A good day to ask for good thoughts y to permit
us to evolve spiritually.
Kame: Means symbol of death. A good day to ask for good wishes
and to ask for internal strength.
Kej: Means deer. A good day to ask for strength and power, to ask
for positive things, to ask for understanding.
Q’anil: Means seed. A good day to ask that the harvest be
a good one. One asks for healing.
Toj: Means payment, fine. This is a good day to put yourself in
peace with God and with all of man. This day is when we pay our
T’z’i’: Means dog. A good day to ask for justice
both materially and spiritually. This day one can ask for balance,
order and clarity.