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Mayan Prophecy

By David Johanssen

For the last several years, everyone has been talking about the Mayan Prophecies, but who is listening to the Maya? At the heart of this discussion rests two fundamentally different views of the world; a materialist and a spiritual. From a modern point of view, the driving factor behind the changing ages is seen as a physical cycle of matter, based on the idea that the locations of physical bodies and the planets are behind events on Earth. A contrary theory is that consciousness is primary to matter, and even the movement of matter is ultimately subordinated to cosmic creation cycles. The true meaning of the Mayan Calendar is something of such a grand scale that it may serve to unify science and religion with the cosmic intelligence. Join us for a discussion on this compelling topic Tuesday, January 6 at 4pm as Shelter Theater continues its documentary series with The Mayan Word. Featuring testimonies from contemporary Mayans throughout Mesoamerica, from spiritual guides to activists, community leaders, farmers, artists, and teachers, this film is a journey into the heart of Mayan struggle and spirituality. 40 pesos.

Live Concert
Mexgitanos Anniversary
Sat, Jan 3, 7:30pm
150 pesos

Documentary and Discussion
The Mayan Word
Tue, Jan 6, 4pm
40 pesos

Live Music
Open Mic
Tue, Jan 6, 7:30pm
30 pesos (includes drink)

All Quiet on the Western Front
Wed, Jan 7, 5pm
50 pesos

Live Concert
The Better Halves
Fri, Jan 9, 7pm
140 pesos

All events at:
Shelter Theater
Vicente Guerrero 4
154 7524

Saturday, January 3 at 7:30pm, Shelter presents a live concert to celebrate the Mexgitanos’ anniversary. Alex and Almitri are joined by Chucho Isrrael, Ruben Olvera, and Tito Gutierrez. They will be playing gypsy jazz in the style of Django Reinhart as well as solos and original songs. 150 pesos.

Join us every Tuesday at 7:30pm for the Open Mic. It’s always a great show with a different line up of amateurs and professionals week by week. 30 pesos (includes drink).

Wednesday, January 7 at 5pm, we continue our best picture series with All Quiet on the Western Front. This 1930 best picture winner is the most profound anti-war movie of the century. 50 pesos.

On Friday, January 9 at 7pm join us for a live concert with The Better Halves, an Austin-based husband-wife duo with roots in country, bluegrass, folk, jazz, and classical music. Their funny, touching duets use clever lyrics and real boy-girl banter (reminiscent of June Carter and Johnny Cash) to uplift and entertain audiences. 140 pesos.

Shelter Theater is part of the Shelter VG4 Cultural Center, located at Vicente Guerrero 4, a 10-minute walk from the Jardin. We have the biggest screen in Centro. Telephone 154 7524 or visit to see upcoming films, and events. Taxi concierge service available to/from “Teatro Shelter.”

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