2012 Mayan/Aztec Mascot – Xochitl The Flower

Today, Lord Pakal realized that there is not a national Mexican icon to celebrate the countdown of the End of the 13th Bak’tun during the year 2012 in our country. By Lord Pakal Ahau’s suggestion, we are proud to present our registered design that corresponds to December 21, 2012 (4-Xochitl), as the 2012 Mayan/Aztec Mascot symbol, Xochitl, (pronounced sho-she-tl and equivalent to Ahau in Maya language), based on the ancient glyph of the Aztec Tonalpohualli calendar calculations, so our Latino kids and adults would be pleased of our national heritage, indigenous languages and history. The mascot icon is released on the Holy Saturday of 2008, and although we don’t observe this holiday in Maya it has a strong influence in our Maya towns with nocturnal processions of the Virgin, purification candles and singing the Nahuatl Ave Maria. It’s quite a beautiful evening spectacle for people that attend these scheduled ceremonies in Mexico, in particular tonight under the brightest full moon of the year.

Xochitl means, in Classical Nahuatl language, flower, and we consider this icon our feminine mascot and special day to create beauty and art as well as to remind us that life is like a flower. You are only given one flower to care for all your life so you can nourish her with love, hope and faith until the end of our days.

This design is available in the following sections, for men/women and kids in our new central store, The 2012 Mayan Prophecy Store. Enjoy it as an original treasure in your Maya collection. Thanks for your visit. A WINAKENA.

UPDATE FROM THE EDITOR: This Maya design is so popular with adults and kids that we have made a 3D version now with more fun than ever. You can visit this page in our blog to see an example and how to order the t-shirt. Celebrate with our Maya mascot 2012.

2012 Mayan-Aztec Mascot, Xochitl
NOTAS DEL EDITOR – En Español. Nuestra 2012 Maya/Azteca Mascota – Xochitl La Flor.
Hoy, Nuestro Señor Pakal Ahau ha realizado que no hay un simbolo nacional mexicano para celebrar la cuenta regresiva del Final del 13ro. Maya Bak’tun durante el año 2012 en nuestro pais. Por sugestion de Pakal Ahau, estamos orgullosos con la presentacion de nuestro diseño que corresponde al dia 21 de Diciembre de 2012 (4-Xochitl), como el simbolo de la 2012 Maya/Azteca mascota, Xochitl (equivalente al simbolo Ahau en lenguaje Maya) y basado en nuestro antiguo glifo del calendario Azteca Tonalpohualli, para que nuestro niños latinos y adultos se enaltezcan con nuestra herencia nacional, lenguajes indigenas e historia. La mascota es presentada en el Sabado de Gloria del 2008 y aunque nosotros no observamos este dia religioso, tiene una fuerte influencia en nuestros pueblos Mayas, con procesiones nocturnas de la Virgen, encendido de velas de purificacion y cantos en Nahuatl del Ave Maria. Es un bello espectaculo nocturno para personas que atienden estas ceremonias en Mexico, en particular, esta noche con la salida de la luna llena mas brillante del año.

Xochitl significa, en Nahuatl clasico, la flor, y consideramos este simbolo nuestra mascota femenina y un dia especial para crear belleza y arte tambien como para recordarnos que nuestra vida es como una flor. Una sola flor es dada en tu vida para cuidarla por siempre de tal manera que tu puedas alimentarla con amor, esperanza y fe hasta el final de nuestros dias.

Este diseño esta disponible en las siguientes secciones, para hombres/mujeres y niños en nuestra tienda central electronica, La Tienda de la Profecia Maya del 2012. Disfrutalo como un tesoro original en tu coleccion Maya. Gracias por visitarnos como siempre. A WINAKENA.

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