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Duncan Wordley - Calendars, Consciousness & The Shift of Ages
July 26, 2012
Duncan Wordley comes from a background in the Arts, Education, Juvenile Justice and Community Work but he has been teaching Shamanism, Dance and Medicine Wheel for the last twenty 22 years. His work combines shamanic teachings and techniques with leading edge psychologies and metaphysics to create something of true value that is both ancient and modern. He combines his knowledge of these in his one to one healing and teachings, lectures, workshops, articles and community practice. He joins us to give his unique perspectives on the 2012 debate, especially the perspectives related to the indigenous view. The Mayan Calendar as we have come to call it is a complex area filled with many misconceptions and incompatible projections from our own culture that tend to cloud the waters of this crucial subject. Duncan intends to clarify some of the key issues associated and gives a brief distillation of what the living Mayans themselves seem to be saying about this time. He'll explain what a calendar is and why the Mayan counts are not calendars.


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Mayan Calendar
2012 phenomenon

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