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The Tzolk´in (count of the suns) has been kept by the mesoamerican people for more than 3,000 years for it is not just a calendar, but it contains cultural genes (memes) that have survived the rise and fall of many civilizations. Memes that relate the psychic structure of the individual to the social structure of the collective.

Tzolkin calendar is a 260 days cycle, the least common multiple of two independent cycles of 13 numbered days and 20 named days. These 20 named days are called Maya day signs (or nawals), and are similar to the 12 zodiac signs. Enter your birth date in the top left calendar to find your nawal (or convert any date).

Today´s Tzolkin date is: