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"The Mayaverse" is a multimedia experience that bridges the gap between traditional literature and cutting-edge technology. Immerse yourself in the magic of the Mayan world as you read, see, and experience history like never before. Prepare to be captivated by the fusion of ancient tales and modern innovation in this unforgettable literary journey.

Popol Vuh
Popol Vuh
Popol Vuh
Mayan Culture - Popol Vuh - Mayan Worldview - Augmented Reality Experience

Popol vuh

Rediscover Mayan Wisdom: Step into the mystical realms of the Popol Vuh, the sacred book of the Mayans, and witness the birth of the cosmos, the adventures of the Hero Twins, and the unfolding of the Mayan creation story. This reimagined edition breathes new life into ancient wisdom, preserving the essence of the Mayan beliefs in a format that resonates with contemporary audiences. 4 ajaw 8 kumk'u

The Maya Long Count calendar also counts days in chronological order, beginning with the mythical creation date of 4 Ajaw 8 Kumk’u. This date corresponds to August 11, 3114 BCE.What would have happened if the Mayan civilization had evolved without intervention?

20 Nahual

For the Mayan culture, the figure of the Nahual is assigned the day we are born as a spiritual being that protects us. The count is based on the Mayan calendar or the calendar wheel. the Chol Q'ij calendar system is divided into a succession of glyphs of 20 unique days. The 20 nahuales represent energy, spirit or power of beings and elements of nature. According to the Mayan worldview, they symbolize, personify and link each person with the environment, thus establishing balance.


That habit of contemplating the sky and looking for answers ran through the blood of people since the ancient codex,So the 5 federations of the new Mesoamerica in unanimous council agreed to the creation of the Ministry Of Space.And they set out on their journey into the unknot to find their Gods.This representation is a heteropotopic vision of thee Mayan civilization in this race to reach the space.

beta popol vuj'

Mayan sacred text that narrates the creation myths and describes the first human dynasties. This is one of the few surviving texts from the period, as most of the indigenous books were destroyed by priests during the colonial era. The Popol Vuh survived by chance and the original is now in the Newberry Library in Chicago. The Popol Vuh is an invaluable resource for understanding Mayan religion, culture, and history.

Mayan Culture - Popol Vuh - Mayan Worldview - Augmented Reality Experience

the mayan gods

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