Hunab Ku

This symbol, reminiscent of a yin-yang, is a Mayan emblem of unknown meaning.

In the nineteen-fifties, it was associated in New Age circles with the Mayan God-name Hunab Ku, although there remains little evidence to support the connection.

While the symbol is Mayan in origin, it is most often used in a New Age context, where represents the solar calendar, balanced forces, and universal harmony.

 

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Herr Makaber April 19, 2018 at 12:26 pm

Morenthan Mayan it is actually Aztec. Here is a reference. http://goldenageofgaia.com/2010/06/25/the-origin-of-the-hunab-ku-symbol/

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