Kan / K'at daysign


Kan, or K'at in Kiche Maya, is the daysign of the Seed or Net. It signifies new offspring, the growth and prosperity of future generations and new crops. It is the nawal of the element of Fire, of prisons visible and invisible, and the symbol of the revered Ceiba tree. This is a good day to ask for abundance and the tangling and untangling of things physical, psychological and spiritual. Kan's animal totem is the lizard or alligator.

Image size: 3" x 3.3"
Resolution: 300dpi
Format: JPG & EPS

Use this daysign template for body art, jewelry design, graphic design, fabric printing, and other creations!  The size provided is large enough for most uses, but if you need a different format or size, just email us and we'll send it to you at no extra charge.

All daysign, number and deity templates are based on the original, authentic Maya carvings found in Guatemala and other Maya lands in Central America. Original styling by Luba Ortoleva.

Also available in PDF or TIFF upon request, at no extra charge. Other formats and custom sizes are charged extra at cost. Please email us with your specifications.

Important note! You must have access to the proper graphic design software, such as Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator to use these files. We do not provide technical support or training.

Once you've completed your purchase, go to your user account and click on the "Files" tab to download the file.