"Barbara Hand Clow, author of more than a dozen books and DVDs, has taken the revelations espoused by Carl Johann Calleman in his book, The Mayan Calendar, to another extraordinary level."
"I highly recommend the book to alchemists, spiritual adepts and seekers of mystery. The Mayan Code is indeed the handbook of spiritual alchemy as Barbara Hand-Clow provides us with copious illustrations, maps, diagrams, and dozens of references and cross-references, allowing this complicated material to be disseminated easily."
"Protean, synthesizing, and vastly evocative, [Hand Clow] explores how our own personal healing is the most important factor as we prepare to make this critical jump in human evolution . . ."
“Barbara Hand Clow has written the definitive book about 2012. This book, quite simply, is the best resource that now exists. A very wise human being has poured her heart, her soul, and her mind into these words. The Mayan Code is a great gift to us all.”
“Barbara Hand Clow’s inspired and well-researched articulation of the Mayan Calendar provides a significant aid to understanding the mechanics of the acceleration of time and the process of human evolution. She offers a refreshingly radical and hopeful outcome for our future beyond the Calendar’s end in 2011–2012.”
“From now through 2012 we are walking what the Mayas call Xi Balba bih, ‘The Road of Awe.’ Tools that assist us in looking at the vast acceleration and wave of evolution that we are experiencing, through the largest possible soul lens, will be of great assistance during these transformative times. This book is highly recommended for that process.”
“The Mayan Code is really interesting and amazing because its statements are based on facts. For instance, it mentions the VEDA. We the Mayas know this people as the BEDZA. They used and followed the ancient calendar of 360 days, just as the Mayas did with the Haab calendar that has 360 days too. I recommend you to read this book.”
"This exciting book grabs your attention and doesn't let go until the very end, and then some."