The Last Maya Shaman: Part I

The Last Maya Shaman Part I Maya princess Chanla Pesh Pex as a direct descendant of a Maya king is destined to be a shaman but she hopes to fool the gods by never spending the night in a sacred cave She learns to read the gly

  • Title: The Last Maya Shaman: Part I
  • Author: Marjorie Bicknell Johnson
  • ISBN: 9781465960306
  • Page: 447
  • Format: ebook
  • Maya princess Chanla Pesh Pex, as a direct descendant of a Maya king, is destined to be a shaman, but she hopes to fool the gods by never spending the night in a sacred cave She learns to read the glyphs written on the stone trees at a ruin in Yucat n, wins a college scholarship to study archaeology, and tries to join the modern world She finds an ancient Mayan barkMaya princess Chanla Pesh Pex, as a direct descendant of a Maya king, is destined to be a shaman, but she hopes to fool the gods by never spending the night in a sacred cave She learns to read the glyphs written on the stone trees at a ruin in Yucat n, wins a college scholarship to study archaeology, and tries to join the modern world She finds an ancient Mayan bark book with a riddle about hidden gold or jade While searching for the treasure, she enters a cave and interrupts a knife wielding looter When he leaves her to die in the dark, she curses him to death by crocodile and discovers powers she didn t know she had Using her talents as a shaman, Pex traces the stolen Maya artifacts to a black market kingpin and becomes the Indiana Jones of the Yucat n.

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    About " Marjorie Bicknell Johnson "

  • Marjorie Bicknell Johnson

    Marjorie Bicknell Johnson is fascinated by ancient civilizations and has accompanied archaeologists to Maya ruins in Yucatan and Central America A pilot, she has flown small airplanes throughout the American Southwest A mathematician and teacher, her articles have appeared in The Fibonacci Quarterly and other academic journals She has written two novels as well as short stories published in anthologies She and her husband Frank live in California near San Francisco.

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