Here are the days of the Chol Q’ij mapped onto the Gregorian month of July 2020.
After the flurry of celestial activity in June, July is a bit quieter in some ways, although there are still some rather interesting events. The eclipse sequence will close with a lunar eclipse which will be visible over both North and South America on the night of 4th/5th July. Interestingly this is the night of the transition from 13 E’ into 1 Aj. The two most massive planets of our solar system, Jupiter and Saturn, will come to opposition on July 14th and 20th respectively. This means that they will be at their closest to the Earth and will be overhead at midnight. Mercury will be at its greatest western elongation on the 22nd, meaning that you may see it low in the sky just before sunrise.
Please click the calendar for a larger version to print out if you would like to. Below the calendar are clickable links to my interpretation of the energy of each of the days.
If you would like the calendar for the whole Gregorian year of 2020, it is available for purchase as a pdf in either English and Spanish here
If you are the more technically minded I have also created a plugin for Google calendar which will enable you to track the days of the sacred calendar on your smartphone. In this way you can ensure that your activities are aligned to the most conducive energies! It is available for purchase here.