I’m grateful to Michael Shore, of MayanMajix.com for the kindness of inviting me to collaborate on a t-shirt project that features my glyph art. Ian Lungold’s teaching on MayanMajix.com was my first and most important connection to the Tzolk’in Calendar since 2002. It’s an Honor to share something back and to be a part of the MayanMajix.com community, shared by so many Daykeepers around the world.
T-Shirts Now Available
The MayanMajix.com Akbal Newsletter has announced the t-shirts are now set up and available in their online store! Sharing the announcement below. Thank you for checking them out.
And, THANK YOU MIKE, for an opportunity to work together.
in lak’ech, Debra
Mayan Glyph T-Shirts – Exclusively on MayanMajix.com
Mike Shore, MayanMajix.com
Express your love for the Mayan Calendar by wearing a Mayan Glyph T-shirt
These beautiful Mayan Day Signs T-shirts were painted in watercolor by Debra Malmos. We are so grateful that Debra said “YES” to our idea of printing them on T-shirts. You can feel Debra’s passion for the calendar in every colorful brush stroke.
“Talk about a great way to spark interest in the Mayan calendar!”
Wear your own Mayan Day Sign or get a few of your favorite glyphs for those special occasions. I personally got an Ahau T-shirt to honor the memory of Ian Xel Lungold. (Pictured)
These full color Mayan Glyph t-shirts were originally painted in watercolor by Debra Malmos as her daily meditation to connect with the Tzolk’in. Over the course of 260 days, Debra evolved her paintings to these 20 master glyphs which we are proud to offer exclusively on Mayan Majix. We love how Debra has expressed her passion for the calendar with each brush stroke making this one of the most unique offerings on Mayan Majix.
~ Michael Shore, Mayan Majix
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ABOUT THE ARTIST
Debra Malmos, 9 Eagle/MEN, is a mystic and intuitive who shares her Daily Journal online as a contemporary Mayan Daykeeper. A Sacred Intention to Journal and Paint the glyph for each of the 260 Kin of the Tzolk’in was the inspiration for her Blog, Jaguar Spirit.
As a way to return value to the Mayan community, a donation of 10% of the proceeds from each sale will benefit a Daykeeper in Guatemala.
“Ix Imox (Imox woman) lives in village of Tz’ununa at Lake Atitlán. Born with the Destiny Kin 11 IMIX, she has become a “chosen sister” who shares a Higher Vision of the Mayan culture and their ways of Living from the Heart.” ~ Debra