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July 2018

The Sacred Ceiba Tree as Art

The ceiba tree (Ceiba pentandra) was believed by the Mayan to stand at earth’s center….

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June 2018

Mayan Art Depicts Natural Plants

The Mayan people were certainly great botanists and artists. They used the images of the…

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The Destruction of Mayan Written Records

Why are there so few Mayan records? Because they were intentionally destroyed. Against instructions from…

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The Codices: Mayan Written Records

The written record of the Mayan people is called a codex. The Mayans made their…

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The Gumbo Limbo Tree and Its Cousin

The gumbo limbo tree (Bursera simaruba) is from the same family as our frankincense varieties:…

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May 2018

The Mayan Gumbo Limbo Tree

The gumbo limbo tree (Bursera simaruba) grows from southern Florida, through Mexico and Central America,…

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Basic Laws of Mayan Medicine (Continued)

Continued from last week’s blogpost… Third Principle: The Mayan people recognized the natural cycles of…

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The Six Laws of Mayan Medicine

We have to ask, did the Mayans have essential oils? It is doubtful, as no…

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The Mayan Civilization

Mayan civilization began in 1800 BC and lasted until 900 AD. No one knows why…

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Learning Ancient Mayan Health Wisdom

Editor’s note: This blog is a presentation Gary prepared for the 2017 Global Leadership Cruise….

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