(1) The Maya Circle (inner circle) is divided into 13 parts, based on the Maya Zodiac. An exact correspondence with the western zodiac is not available. The 13 animal totems are the best complete representation that I could find. The pictures are credited to:
Mayan Zodiac Animals
(2) The second circle is the most probable correspondence with the names of the 12 apostles. It is based on biblical lists: Matthew 10:1-4, Mark 3:13-19, Luke 6:13-16, Acts 1:13-15. Also, it is based on a circle of statues that I photographed in the zodiac format:
Statues of 12 Apostles
(3) The third circle is based on Dr. Kenneth Sylvan Guthrie’s Popol Vuh notes, which reveal a parallelism between the tests of the Hero Twins in Xibalba and the signs of the zodiac. [The Dawn of Civilization and the Giving of Fire According to the Popol Vuh by Kenneth Sylvan Guthrie.]
(4) The fourth circle is based on the Ritual Cycle of the Atitecan Year:
Rituatl Cycle of the Atitecan year
(5) The fifth (outer) circle is based on the nineteen districts (municipalities) of the Department of Solola, within which resides Lake Atitlan. Each of the nineteen municipalities (towns or villages) has a saint and a feast day attributed to it.
The central sun at the center of the circle is the center of the Milky Way (Xibalba be, “Road to the Underworld”); according to Maya Cosmology, the central sun is the Life (Maize-God) of the entire galaxy (World Tree). It is the Sun behind our solar system, as well as all other solar systems within the galaxy. Ultimately, it is the Sun (Life, Maize-God) whose center is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere.
Maya Circle with Three Crosses (of zodiac):