This Nagual represents the connection between past and present by way of the thread, an integral component of Mayan culture. It is associated with weaving and the arts in general.



This Nagual represents the path, road, and guide. An E day is an auspicious one to begin a journey or business endeavor.



The Nagual of the home, hearth, and of children, a day which falls on Aaj is auspicious for children’s’ health and household harmony.



Representing vitality and wisdom, this Nagual is associated with the Mayan altar. To this Nagual come linked the seven shames of Mayan culture: pride, ambition, envy, dishonesty, crime, ingratitude, and laziness.



The Nagual of good fortune and financial stability. It is a day to give thanks. It is the communication between Uk’ux Kaj (Heart of the Sky) and Uk’ux Ulew (Heart of the Earth).



Day of faults and errors. It is, therefore, a day to ask for forgiveness.



A day of wisdom and learning, also associated with earthquakes. People born on this day tend to be highly creative and imaginative.



The Nagual of the obsidian stone. This is a day to expel negative energies.



The Nagual of thunder; its animal is the turtle. It is a day of abundance for the family.


(Ser Humano/Human Being)

The nagual of the Abuelo Sol. It signifies triumph over obstacles. Ruler of solar and lunar eclipses.



A day of occult forces and secrets. It is a day susceptible to the entrance of negative forces, which is why ceremonies of emotional purification are often held. Imox is associated with sensitivity and the subtle mind, as well as bodies of water in the Mayan world.



Iq is wind, the sacred breath of life. It can manifest in hurricanes and storms, which while destructive, harbor signs of change, new ideas, and renewal.



Beyond signifying darkness, Aq’ab’al is also associated with the in-between periods of dawn and dusk. Its energetic dwelling is the cave, and its animal is the bat.



The nagual which weaves life’s web, and also undoes it. It also represents fir, and is etymologically tied to the verb “k’atik”, meaning “to burn”.



Kan represents the equilibrium on the spinal column and nervous system. It is associated with action, movement, evolution, and transformation.



The nagual of death. Its animal is the tecolote, or owl. It signifies the dissolution of all things, good and bad. An auspicious day to wish for the recovery of the sick.



Kej represents strength and the four cardinal directions.



Nagual of harvests, representing the four colors of the maize which grows in Mesoamerica: black, white, yellow, and red. Also associated with the four cardinal directions and the four colors of human skin. An auspicious day to ask for an abundant harvest.



Toj is the heart and spirit of fire. It means payment, offering and gratitude.



Nagual of loyalty and law. Guardian of mountains and walking paths.