A respected Mayan Calendar specialist for 31 years, Richard Alan Eagle is the most highly regarded student of
the-late DR. JOSÉ ARGÙELLES - The Mayan Factor: Path Beyond Technology.

Richard created handout-charts combined with a January-December 12-month Mayan/Gregorian calendar in 1989 for his first edition of The Mayan Calendar Guidebook to help teach his first Mayan calendar workshop in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The 1996 edition of The Mayan Calendar Guidebook 4,000+copies sold around the world and had media coverage by the TV show Strange Universe on Canadian television.

This website contains the most recent material gathered from talks, classes, lectures and books of Richard Alan Eagle.

Author, Mayan Calendar specialist, researcher, storyteller, wilderness guide, health food store manager, cat lap.

Actor, artist, cosmic dancer, comedian:), editur, graphic designer, musician, photographer, poet, tenor and friend of doGz

"Humor allows the Foolish to be seen without shame, the pain to become a smile and our ego to pass from darkness into Light giggles innocent child.".

"My goal in life is to bring balance, harmony, love and peace to all beings in all situations, to be illusion-free every day."

Richard also counsels people on health, nutrition, addiction and relationship issues.


As our Universe creates souls nameless, the living people call this form Richard Alan Eagle.

He is a Living Man with Inherited Sovereignty born on Minnesota soil.

Some of his childhood memories are: being with his father who frequently met with Native American elders for coordinating social services for downtown Minneapolis neighborhoods; being with his grandmother, who built and operated a nursing home, with him witnessing hospice nursing care up-close. 

High school: St. Anthony Village, Minnesota, Assistant Editor high school newspaper; President - Concert Choir, awarded 4-star rating at the Minnesota State High School Vocal Competition; Supporting Actor and Lead Actor in school theater .

Colleges: The University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Astronomy (his grandfather managed the St. Paul campus experimental gardens); Minnesota School Of Business, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Accounting; and Bemidji State University, Bemidji, Minnesota, Music Theory.

Richard visited Aspen, Colorado in 1978 for a summer spiritual retreat at the vacation home of Minnesota vitamin store chain owner BOB ROOEN on Alta Vista Drive bordering the Aspen golf course. While there Richard participated with a group of eleven other people for a whitewater rafting trip on the Colorado River, with all becoming extremely sunburned.  He recalls what happened later that night after the whitewater rafting trip,

"Our sunburned rafting group members are in prayer just before our nightly bible study, when a powerful plasma high-energy field of divine love and joy suddenly materializes, overwhelming us all. After a minute, the bliss energy subsides and someone shouts out that his sunburn is gone. As we all look around we realize all twelve of us with sunburns are healed; we had no trace of the serious red sun-burns. I am still amazed at what happened that night." 

For him, that miraculous group healing experience was a major life-changer. 

*(This true event can be confirmed by contacting the late Bob Rosen's friend Troy Wiseman, CEO of Ecoplanet Bamboo.)

Richard later moved to Aspen, Colorado, for two years, then returned to Minnesota.

In 1984 he gathered his poetry into his first book, Cash Action: The Great American Game

In 1987, he begins studying The Mayan Factor: Path Beyond Technology by the-late DR. JOSÉ ARGÙELLES.

In 1989. he created his first Mayan Calendar class and with it the first edition of The Mayan Calendar Guidebook, a study-guide with combined Mayan Calendar and Gregorian Calendar that became a yearly publication.

In 1989 Richard and friend Bonita Anderson discover while visiting Blue Mounds State Park in Luverne, Minnesota, a hidden ancient natural rock amphitheater with a special sitting ledge upon which to view the sunrise on the first day of spring and autumn, at the eastern end of an ancient quarter-mile long east-west alignment of blue quartzite rocks.

Later in 2015 Richard published his recollection in his third book Stonehenge of America: Blue Mounds State Park.
Read it now for free, HERE.

Blue Mounds State Park, Luverne, Minnesota

In 1991, Willard van de Bogart, a close friend of the-late DR. JOSÉ ARGÙELLES, tells Richard that José confided in him, saying, "José said to me, that, of all the people he knew, besides his wife Lloydine, that you have the best understanding of his Mayan calendar research'."  Willard presented to Richard one of the first pre-production DREAMSPEL game kits, along with a hand-written note from José with the words, "Keep up the good work."

Richard taught his first Mayan Calendar and DREAMSPELL class in Sedona. The day after the class he had the most powerful spiritual moments of his life while out hiking with a friend hiking in Long Canyon.

He recalls,

"While in prayer at Sedona's main vortex and Native American sacred ceremonial site in Long Canyon called Rachel's Knoll, I have two miraculous events of bliss, peace, and grace:

I am sitting on a high rock ledge perched dangerously above the Long Canyon valley at sunset, when a total silence and peace quiets the entire valley around me. All I can hear is the ringing in my ears, the sounds of my own body.

Suddenly I notice far-off in the valley below bushes moving from a strong gust of wind that then flows towards me. The wind rises-up the knoll to blow right thru me, deep into my heart and soul, extremely powerful spiritual energies, leaving me in a state of perfect peace, divine love and grace.

After a minute the birds begin to sing again and bugs reappear, as I sit there dazed in bliss.

After a few minutes a total silence and peace quiets the entire valley again.

Then I see another gust of wind flowing through bushes in the valley that then rises-up the knoll to blow right thru me again but deeper into my soul, with triple-strength power, filling me completely with perfect peace, divine love and grace.  I sit there dazed in bliss and unable to move, until it became dark and I saw stars in the sky so I head back-up to the trailhead.

For the first wind cleanses and the second wind fills.

After leaving Rachel's Knoll, I arrived at a dinner party attended by my workshop participants, that night being my last night in Sedona. I knock on the front dor, someone answers and says, "Can I help you?" No one recognizes me at first. My facial features had transformed, and I was unable to talk with them until the bliss subsided hours later."

This is why his "spiritual name" is Two Winds.

This sacred place is not on the tourist maps. Rachel's Knoll location is on top of a canyon knoll within the Seven Canyons Golf Resort. For a visit to Rachel's Knoll, politely ask permission from the guard at the resort front gate.

The view from Rachel's Knoll above Long Canyon:

After moving to Sedona to be with author, actor and filmmaker Shaeri Richards, they traveled and he taught Mayan Calendar and DREAMSPEL classes  in: Phoenix, Arizona, Mount Shasta, San Francisco, Sacremento, Santa Barbara, Salt Lake City, Durang and Atlanta.

Watch the video of his July 1992 public DREAMSPELL presentation in Sedona, Arizona, here:

Richard first worked as a Jeep tour guide for Sedona Adventures, running tourists around Sedona's famous energy vortex locations and sacred sites.

In 1993, he met The Mayan Factor author DR. JOSÉ ARGÙELLES in Sedona, pictured here:

               Richard. front left; with DR. JOSÉ ARGÙELLES
José wife Lloydine top left-center in white.

Richard recently found in his attic this next picture, from that same day he met JOSÉ for the first time.
(Sorry about the photo quality. The brown spots are from the photo chemicals deteriorating.) 



In 1994, Richard traveled to New Mexico to give his Mayan Calendar presentation in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and also at the Whole Life Expo in Albuquerque.


In 1995, he created a new full-color version of The Mayan Calendar Guidebook, complete with color charts and spiral binder.


                  Book cover photo 1996

Here is a 1996 book review:

New Age Retailer magazine, July/August 1996, pp.44-45;

"This excellent book is a thorough teaching reference that is also easy to understand. The Mayan Calendar Guidebook presents the what, why, and how of tracking the energies and other information presented on the calendars…This reference book should become part of your regular inventory.  Customers who are just learning to use a Mayan calendar will find it answers most of their questions and prepares them to be able to use any current Mayan calendar more effectively.

Richard now feels the book is more of a novelty collectors item rather than to be used for current instruction.

In 1997, Richard began using the Guatemala-highlands Mayn Calendar "count of days" after realizing that the Yucatan-lowlands Maya calendar count of days, used by the-late DR. JOSÉ ARGÙELLES was miscounted by 55 days (as of 1997). For the Yucatan-lowlands Maya count of days miscount began hundreds of years ago and is no longer aligned with the rising and setting cycles of the planet Venus, which is what the calendar is supposed to be based upon.

Richard also began developing his own "approach" to the Mayan Calendar, focusing more on the major and minor cycles of the Mayan time cycles rather than in regard to just the meanings and interpretations of the 20 day-signs, which can vary widely in usage and meanings throughout the Mayan regions of Central America.

Two years earlier, in the summer of 1995, he had two other deeply moving spiritual experiences and adventures.

 He recalls what happened,

 "On a blazing-hot summer afternoon, September 25, 1995, while skinydippin' alone along the wilderness banks of the Verde River, near Clarkdale, Arizona, I wade up the river quite a long way, exploring huge river-rock sandbars when my eye catches a glimpse of a shiny golden-tan seven-inch-thick sandstone rock resting upon a large sandbar. On the flat-surface of the rock are natural quartz crystals that...wow!...formed an outline image of a near-perfect Hopi kokopelli flute player!

Overwhelming powerful emotions overtake me, stunned by the rocks' natural features and beauty. I lift up the heavy stone and begin to carry it downstream. After a hundred-yards or so the rock suddenly 'reveals itself' to me its true POWER!
I understood-inwardly that 'THIS is a very special ceremonial stone icon, as its holder feels GREAT power.
As I wade along knee deep in the crystal clear waters, splashing in sunlight innocence, suddenly a feeling arises of wanting to KEEP the power stone 'all for myself'. But, my heart turns heavy with thoughts: 'I am NOT worthy of it'...NO!...YES!...NO!...Yes?? And finally: the realization dawns on me that this is a 'medicine stone', along with the heart-moving revelation of in whose hands the stone wanted to be with.
I return to my living quarters and the sacred stone icon 'gave itself' to my closest friend: camping buddy, life mentor, and spiritual brother, James Flynn, for that day was James' birthday.
Weeks earlier, we both were out exploring a difficult to climb side canyon of the Verde River valley and came upon what looked like a bear cave. We climb up to it. A small rock with a bear outline scrapped onto it lay next to the cave opening and dead wood logs for blocking the cave entrance were scattered about.
We cautiously crawl-up inside the 4-foot-round cave opening. After standing up inside, in the darkness we notice a thin shaft of sunlight shining down from above, through an upside-down ice cream cone-shaped spiral opening in the cave ceiling.
As our eyes adjust, James spots a small 3-foot oval opening at the bottom of the back wall in the 8-foot-deep cave. We had no flashlight so he lights some scrap paper on fire and crawls up inside, disappearing upward into a tight 30-degree incline shaft. James' hidden voice calls to me from the darkness to join him. After my fears subside I bend down and slowly crawl on my hands and knees, in utter darkness, up a narrow passageway that slopes upward fifteen-feet.
A flame again is lit, revealing the hidden womb of a large 15-foot cave. We see antlers and candles on a rock ledge, leading us to believe that this is a sacred ceremonial cave.
There was just one old graffiti name and date, from decades ago, scrawled on a corner wall.  The cave is so far up a nearly inaccessible side-canyon and way off the hiking trails, that tourists can't get to itit.
When facing the antler alter, to our right was a connected 10-foot-long side room with a Mayan-like angled rounded-V ceiling and flat rock benches carved from the rock walls on each side.  On the ceiling, mud had been pasted: and on the floor are specific spots to place candles. We had no more paper to burn so we slide back-down the narrow passageway 'birth canal'. 
From this place, we emerged from the Earth back into the world.
James returned to the cave a few weeks later with a flashlight and candles and stayed overnight.  Laying on the cave floor in a sleeping bag, with candles placed in those exact candle-holder spots, he saw that the mud on the ceiling formed a trail-map of the entire canyon region that could only be seen by candle light shadows while laying on the floor.
I am blessed with the friendship of many Native Americans of many nations; and, especially in Sedona, the Navajo Diné elder the-late DAVID SILVER BEAR JOHNSON. The first day I met Silver Bear I tell him about that cave, and he says, 'Yeah, that's our cave, Bear Cave.
I tell Silver Bear about the perfect shimmering golden sandstone Kokopelli rock and how I regret carrying it off, that maybe I had stolen a Hopi ceremonial stone. Silver Bear just laughed and said, 'IF someone left-it-there, then just remember that someone once gave it to them, or maybe they just found it too, like you. Maybe the stone was waiting for you. No one OWNS a rock! Rocks like to move around and visit, just like us. And then you gave it to someone else, so they were supposed to be-with it next. Don't worry about it! The rocks go wherever they want to.
I also ask Silver Bear about how the Hopi elders, like the-late GRANDFATHER TITUS, measured time, knowing the Hopi use the 260-day calendar. Silver Bear replies, 'Well, we go to Prophesy Rock with string and measure. But now, I use your-charts too."
Also, in 1997, Richard hosted Shree Maa, "The Holy Mother" of India, at his home in Sedona for three days with a public event ceremony at the former Crystal Castle bookstore under the big sycamore trees on the banks of Oak Creek. Shree Maa is acknowledged to be a living saint, The Holy Mother. She came to America to "correct the wicked and protect the virtuous," establishing her temple in Napa Valley,CA, and spent 3 years doing ceremonies all day and night to dedicate the temple. Then she wished to travel and teach all around America in 1997. She left her compound for the first time after 3 years, and 11 hours later was sitting in Richard's living room.

In 1998, Richard was a copywriter and graphic designer for a Sedona tourist magazine. While out delivering the magazines one day, he spots a stranded Jeep at the main Sedona Post Office and offers to help the driver, Susan Hawkins.  As a thank you, Susan later mailed to him a copy of her husband's book, Power vs Force, by the-late DR. DAVID R. HAWKINS.

Also in 1998, he realized the 12-note musical scale octave and musical tones are exactly correlated to each day of the Mayan Calendar: each day,, each 13-day Week, each 20-day Month and each 13-year cycle of the Mayan Calendar.

In 1999, he presented this discovery of 'The Musical Code To Time', as documented by a news story in the Sedona Red Rock News.

In 2000, he was the hotel manager of the Wildflower Inn in Sedona across the highway from Bell Rock, and later the hotel manager of the Kokopelli Inn, now named the Days Inn Kokkopelli Inn, owned and operated by the Hopi nation.

For he was humbled to be with the Hopi on their Mesas on multiple occasions. 

 He said,

"Mitakuye oyasin...Blessings to the Hopi Eagle clan and all clans. My life is dedicated to The Living People, The Peaceful One Titus and Diné elder Silver Bear, and all Sacred Rainbow Beings of The Sacred Hoop. Peace and Love in All Generations, Divine."

In 2000, Richard moved to Ohio and became general manager of two health food stores for 10 years.

He is a cancer survivor, having underwent chemo-radiation treatment for cancer in 2001.

In 2006, Richard realized that the clinically proven Map of Consciousness, by DR. HAWKINS, is exactly correlated to the 260-day Mayan calendar cycles, resulting in a correlation of both force and Power pulsation-cycles and their 'potentials' for each day and as a fractal unfolding of the levels of consciousness over each 260-day cycle and 13-day cycle. 

In 2012, he moved back to Sedona, Arizona, and opens his own retail store, Save Your Health Now

He states,

"The leading-edge and parameters in the fields of 'natural holistic health' today is clinically proven to be a four-fold interconnected balance of physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being.

Healing is re-balancing a lifetime of emotional trauma, by being loving and for giving and uplifting everything in The Universe with your love and peace.

With the assistance of our inner Holy Spirit Love, together with utilizing tools like the timings of the Mayan Calendar cycles, a person can understand and use the natural flows of time, using the most accurate calendar in the world, to facilitate moving ones own unbalanced life-forces back into a natural-state of balance, harmony and well-being."

In 2013, he moved back to Ohio.

In 2015, he published his third book, Stonehenge of America: Blue Mounds State Park, his true-life account of discovering at Blue Mounds State Park in Luverne, Minnesota, a hidden ancient natural rock amphitheater with a special sitting ledge upon which to view the sunrise on the first day of spring and autumn,at the eastern end of an ancient quarter-mile long east-west alignment of blue quartzite rocks in the park.  He was interviewed for this in November 2009 by host George Noory on Coat to Coast AM, the largest late-night radio show in the world with 4-10 million listeners.

Richard has by grace witnessed seven major miracles and over twenty 'not explainable' events, which reminds him daily how powerful and miraculous life really is.

"The apple tree in our backyard bears fruit in its season. Some apples appear on low branches, some in the middle and some at the very top.  Some apples are in dark places, while others bask in The Light. Some ripen sooner than others, some are diseased, and some are rotten to the core. And a few are Perfect, yet only for awhile. But, All are Equal, by Being Alive, because All are ON the same tree. We are All ON the same Tree, the Tree of Life, Holy Sisters and Brothers, a Holy One."

Now, by grace, he shares with love the Ancient Ones Dreamtime Sacred Hoop, The Calendar of the Americas, the 260-day Hero Journey on the One Holy Sacred Path of Eternal Perfect Love and Peace, by inspiration from Within. Seek and Find Thee, True Love and Perfect Peace.

The Calendar is understood-to-be the Circle of Life,

and so We Be All On A Sacred Journey,

meandering thru both Wilderness and Heavens.


Desires ~ Good Works ~ Reason & Love ~ Bliss Teachers ~ The Divine Ones

on  The Path of Perfect Love and Peace on Earth 


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Mini-photo tour of mystical places...

Looking northwest into Long Canyon valley from Rachel's Knoll in Sedona, Arizona:



Under The Bridal Falls at Niagara Falls, Canada:

  An old-saying: After ecstacy, the laundry.

Pipestone Creek enchants all her visitors at Pipestone National Monument, Minnesota:


Natural rock formation "The Sphinx" along the Pipestone Creek trail at Pipestone National Monument, Minnesota:



 The high bluffs over the Mississippi River at Lake Pepin in Frontenac State Park, Minnesota:


Natural stone arch above the Mississippi River at Lake Pepin in Frontenac State Park, Minnesota:



Richard standing i'nside' the sacred natural rock arch "In Yon Teaopa" in Frontenac State Park, Minnesota:


The ancient 1/4-mile-long east-west rock alignment at Blue Mounds State Park, Minnesota:

Entering the natural rock amphitheater, viewed from the east, at Blue Mounds State Park, Minnesota:

Looking east from the 'sitting ledge' inside the natural rock amphitheater at Blue Mounds State Park, Minnesota: