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The Shift of the Ages is a dramatic documentary film that reveals the story of the Mayan culture and its sophisticated prophecies of time, as told for the first time by the Grand Elder of the Mayan people, Alejandro Cirilo Perez Oxlaj. Commissioned on behalf of the Maya nation, the Shift of the Ages is the first official discourse to the world from the Mayan Council of Elders, intended to dispel misconceptions and replace them with the positive story about this incredible period of time for humanity. Known as “Wandering Wolf,” Don Alejandro is the elected Grand Elder of the living Maya, former Ambassador in the Guatemalan Government, and mystical Aj Q’ji, or timekeeper of tradition.

The film, shot over the course of seven years and in more than six countries, follows Wandering Wolf from his early days as a shoeshine boy on the streets of Guatemala through his coming of age and acceptance of his spiritual destiny. The Shift of the Ages follows him on an epic quest to recover the Sacred Staff of Authority, an ancient object at the heart of this global awakening and subject of a 500 year old ancestral conflict that ultimately ends in the downfall of Valentin Mejillones, an Aymaran elder in Bolivia who abused the good will of the Mayan people for his own political gain.

The Mayans were superb mathematicians and astronomers who devised one of the most accurate calendars known to man. They speak of a year “zero,” which was thought by some scholars to be 2012. Wandering Wolf explains, however, how the Mayan calendar is cyclical, not linear like that of Westerners who try to interpret it. He teaches us how this “zero” time period is what the Mayans refer to as the “change of the suns,” and clarifies this as a transition process, not a singular day or event. Indigenous wisdom passed down to Wandering Wolf is shared for the first time in a way that expresses the role human consciousness plays in connecting to the universe. We come away assured this is a time of great opportunity to heal ourselves and our planet from wounds of the past.

Set against the backdrop of the end of the Mayan Long Count calendar, the film is a tightly woven tapestry of human drama and cultural history that takes you on an adventure into the heart of the Maya, their ancient spiritual traditions and sophisticated culture. The Shift of the Ages beautifully illustrates the power of the human spirit.





The Shift of the Ages film is a true account of Mayan prophecy as depicted through the life and mission of Wandering Wolf, the Grand Elder of the Maya. Through his story, we gain a deep and powerful understanding of the momentous evolutionary shift currently underway in our cosmos.

Wandering Wolf shares his wisdom during the astounding journey from his humble beginnings as a poor, itinerant shoe-shine boy, to his exalted position of Itinerant Extraordinary Ambassador to the Indigenous Pueblos Maya, Xinca and Garifuna of Guatemala. The film reflects Wandering Wolf’s story and message in perfect accordance with the Cosmo-Vision of the Mayan Prophecies.

Wandering Wolf shares his desire to bring an accurate message of the Mayan Cosmo-Vision to the world. In order to clarify misconceptions about the Mayan prophecies, its culture and traditions – especially as it relates to the end date of 2012 – the film transitions between four major perspectives:

Wandering Wolf’s desire and actions to deliver a powerful message to the world; The quest and struggle to unite the world according to his vision and the Cosmo Vision of the Mayan prophecies related to the dawning of a new age. A documentary on various views of the alleged 2012 end date. A powerful transformational experience highly relevant for our times.


As he travels throughout the world gathering people in the name of global unity, Wandering Wolf warns of dangers in the dark period of the Fifth Sun in which we currently live. Sharing his visions with other tribal and indigenous leaders, he passes to them an ancient Sacred Staff bequeathed by his ancestors. The Staff is the grand symbol of solidarity destined to unite nations and usher in the age of harmony, prosperity and peace to the earth.

His message is one of hope and inspiration – - we must unite and change the way we live NOW.



Millions of Maya currently live in Central America. They are a vibrant and humble culture whose ancestors were sophisticated mathematicians and astronomers. They offer a unique perspective of our modern times as the end of the Mayan Long Count calendar approaches. The modern Maya traditions parallel the ancient Maya traditions. Honoring the Earth and the wisdom of their ancestors and traditions such as the fire ceremony are present in their culture today, just as they were centuries ago.


The Maya Long Count Calendar is both mysterious and fascinating because of the precision with which Mayan calculated the exact location of the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. Although the Maya are famous for this Long Count Calendar, they consider their Sacred Day calendar to be of much greater significance.

As there are several different lineages within the Maya culture, this Sacred Day calendar is known by 2 different names: the Yucatecan Maya call it the Tzol’kin and the Maya from the highlands, particularly in Guatemala, refer to it as the Chol’qi. Wandering Wolf tells us “The Calendar’s knowledge was bequeathed to the Maya by the Abuelos, the Grandfathers who came from the stars.” This is why he refers to his message as the Maya Cosmo-Vision.

There is no question that the Maya have a different perspective of time than modern man; they consider time to be cyclical, not linear. Some Maya have the ability, through deep meditation, to exit the apparent constraints of time to access wisdom and knowledge crucial for our time, which brings us to the present.

The Maya approach “prophecy” by deeply studying the nature of fundamental cycles, as well as astronomical cycles, and their synchronicity to human events. They are aware of the role human consciousness plays in connecting to, and obtaining information from nature. They speak of a year “zero” approaching soon, thought by some scholars to be in the 2012 timeframe.

This “zero” time period, is the transition between epochs of creation, what the Maya refer to as the change of Suns.




Mayan cosmology is essentially holistic and looks upon everything in creation as connected.

The Maya see the cosmos as energetic wave movements associated with specific time periods and they learned about “prophecy” by studying the nature of fundamental cycles, as well as astronomical cycles, and the synchronicity they had to human events. They are deeply spiritual and very aware of the role human consciousness plays in connecting to, and interacting with, life and nature.

Their tradition has been primarily oral: they have passed on their sacred teachings, visions, ceremonies and prophecies of the ancestors in this way. The glyphs of the Maya point to an evolution of human consciousness toward a goal of unification or Oneness. These prophecies do not provide specific direction, but instead, they speak in general terms about higher levels of awareness in the present moment and an awakening of humanity. The Mayan elders alive today are in dialogue with these energetic forces that they believe influence human and earthly evolution.

Scholars of non-Mayan descent estimate that the Mayan Long Count calendar began at approximately 3114 BCE and they speculate its end to be on December 21, 2012. They believe the length of the calendar is about 5200 years. Many living Mayan Elders neither recognize this date as the end of their Long Count, nor do they believe it will be the end of the world.

The Maya wrote detailed histories and used their calendar to predict influences in future and astronomical events. Their sacred calendar, or Cholqij* (pronounced chol keh), does not correspond to any known astronomical cycles, but follows instead, a 260 day cycle where each day has a spiritual quality and symbolic meaning. The Maya Day-Keepers have been honoring and maintaining this movement of life for thousands of years, and the so-called “2012 prophecy” is based on the Maya understanding of time.

In modern culture we view time in a progressive, linear fashion. The Maya experience time fully in the present moment. To them every moment is alive and presents dynamic and interactive possibilities that may be acted upon. In Mayan time, life unfolds intuitively, with a natural rhythm They live fully in the “now”.

This worldview and the relationships the Maya have to the cosmos may help non-Mayans make sense of where we find ourselves at this time in history. According to information from the Tortuguero Monument 6 in southernmost Mexico, the ancient Maya looked upon the end of creation as the simultaneous descent of nine different deities or manifestation of nine cosmic forces that will bring about a change or a major shift.

They speak of a year “zero” approaching soon, thought to be in the next few years, but the Maya offer no firm timing for year zero. This is an epoch of time, or a passing of an age. The “Shift of the Ages”, between the Fifth and the Sixth Suns, there is speculated to be darkness for 60 to 70 hours. After that, we will see light again and this will be the beginning of the new Sun, the Sixth Sun — some say Fifth Sun — or a new age of human consciousness, and the beginning of a new cycle of the Long Count.

* Cholqij is the word used by the Maya in Guatemala to refer to their sacred calendar. The word “Tzolkin” is used by the Maya Yucatec of Mexico to refer to the same calendar.




The Mayan Calendar that many people know of, the calendar that people expect will end, is referred to as the Mayan Long Count Calendar. This is based on eras or ages. The idea that the end of this calendar signifies the end of the world is pure myth. Our yearly Gregorian calendar ends every year on December 31st and begins anew on January 1st.

The Long Count Calendar is nearing the end of a cycle after which a new cycle will begin. Because the Maya see time as cyclical, not every age, century, year and day will have the same energy or significance attached to it. Contrary to popular belief, this is not the most important calendar to the Maya. Of the utmost importance is the Sacred Day calendar, the Tzolk’in or the Cholq’ij. This calendar was passed down orally through the generations from one Mayan day-keeper or Aj q’i  (pronounced Ah-kee) to the next.

The Sacred Calendar has 20 day signs which they refer to as Day Lords, displayed on a wheel. 20 is a sacred number to the Maya, representing our 10 fingers and 10 toes. This wheel connects with an inner wheel of 13 numbers, which represent 13 different archetypal energies. While this may seem rather esoteric, scientists have discovered that this Sacred Calendar is based on the Golden Ratio, Phi; the calendar itself looks like a spiral, just like a seashell, sunflower or the Milky Way galaxy form this shape in relation to Phi.

There are 260 possible combinations in the Sacred Calendar; therefore a calendar round is 260 days. For more information about the Sacred Calendar, please visit:

Mayan Cross :                      -
Mayan Calendar Portal :       -
Mayan Majix :                      -


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