The Rogue Shaman: Predictions and Prophecies of the Maya


A mysterious figure in Mayan astrology and spirituality, The Rogue Shaman was trained since the age of thirteen in the Mayan Sacred Calendar and esoteric rituals such as the Path of the Plumed Serpent.

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Moving about from Mexico through Central and South America, The Rogue Shaman practices Mayan astrology from sacred sites and portals such as Palenque and Monte Alban in Mexico; Tikal, Uaxactun and Lake Atitlan in Guatemala; and Copan in Honduras.


Mayan Prophecies and Predictions

The Rogue Shaman has made several spectacular predictions. In April, 2009, he announced (in print) that the number of earthquakes and other catastrophes was rising at an unprecedented rate. Since then, it has been shown (with data from the United States Geological Survey that 2009 through 2010, the number of major (5.9 or higher) earthquakes rose dramatically..

Japan's Earthquake, Tsunami and Volcano

In late February, 2011, The Rogue Shaman designed a work of art that showed a pyramid falling into a body of water due to an earthquake, the image of Pacal surfing atop a tsunami on a surfboard that was a Plumed Serpent, and a volcano erupting in the background (see illustration above).


The day this work of art left the printer and was made available to the public was March 11—the day the 9.0 earthquake shattered Japan and giant tsunami devastated the land.

Two days later, the Japanese Shinmoedake volcano erupted 950 miles away from the epicenter of the earthquake, spewing rocks and ash 2.5 miles into the air. March 11—the day of the earthquake and tsunami, as The Rogue Shaman later pointed out, was 3 Water in the Mayan Sacred Calendar. "Water's main meaning is 'payment,' or 'to pay,' he pointed out.

Recent Predictions of The Rogue Shaman

On June 6, 2011, The Rogue Shaman predicted the imminent fall of Muamamar al-Ghadafi in Libya (see link at top right of this page). Future prophecies and predictions of The Rogue Shaman will be listed on this site.

The above was posted on 13 Ajmaq, June 6, 2011.


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