TONANTZIN & THE VIRGIN OF GUADALUPE CALENDAR 2012 / Jose R. Olmo-Olmo
Submitted By Manuel Olmo-Rodriguez
This calendar explores the symbolism and stories behind these two very important figures in the cultural development, life and beliefs of the people of Mexico. The year is divided in two halves to be shared by both deities, presenting the coexistence and interlapping of ideologies and cultures. The symbols for the moon and the sun are important in both religions, and also communicate the concepts of day and night, male and female, duality and coexistence, harmony and life.
Commissioned by Mr. José Ramón Olmo-Olmo, in celebration of the 481st anniversary of the first apparition of the Virgin of Guadalupe in the Hill of Tepeyac, Mexico.
TONANTZIN & THE VIRGIN OF GUADALUPE CALENDAR 2012
Jose R. Olmo-Olmo
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