Acharya S on Aeon Byte radio, 11/17-18

Come hear my new radio program with Miguel Conner all this weekend! In this show, I discuss the Maya, the Milky Way and religious ideas that can be found around the world.

The Mayans and the Milky Way

Here’s Miguel’s write-up:

“Groundbreaking scholarship continues to reveal the sublime legacy of the Mayan and other Mesoamerican cultures. Beyond the misunderstandings and sensationalism, evidence points to an advanced people who honored their place in the vast cosmos. We take a comprehensive journey into the Mayan, Aztec, Inca and other civilizations, unraveling many of their spiritual mysteries; as well as their origins and eventual doom at the hands of religions that eerily paralleled theirs.”

Here is another page with more description:

Teaser for ‘The Mayans & The Milky Way 11/17/2012’

Topics Discussed:

–The eerie parallels between Mesoamerican and Eurasian cultures that even baffle the Collective Unconscious viewpoint.
–Unusual and usual similarities between Mesoamerican and Middle East religions.
–The arguments for and against the various ‘first explorers’ in America.
–The arguments for and against the origins of humanity in different regions of the world, and how their religions evolved.
–Understanding the figure of the Savior Godman Quetzalcoatl.
–The latest on the incredible legacy of the Mayans, Aztecs, Incas, and other Mesoamerican people.

And much more!!


Further Reading

2012: A New Beginning
Our Lord and Savior Quetzalcoatl
Quetzalcoatl/Kukulkan and Christ
Maya watchtowers discovered to align with solstices and equinoxes


  1. Great discussion between Miquel and Acharya.
    In the interview, Acharya’s starting point is that the Mayan calendar is based upon the Milky Way. Thereafter, she proceeds to explain that there exist certain commonalities in religion, architecture, and iconography between Mesoamerican cultures and those of the Old World. Also, there are parallels which extend as far eastward as Egypt, Mesopotamia, India, and Japan. There may never be an answer to mysteries such as why Mesoamerican art portrays bearded figures when facial hair was foreign to them. However, if answers to such mysteries are to come about, they will result through Acharya’s brand of unbiased research in the fields of anthropology, literature, and history.

  2. John Primo Di Grazia


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