Axiom TC-2: Everybody, everything and every type of event possesses an
 unambiguous Tzolkin identity; inclusive of everything that humans create.

1975264_854284094588152_3700150226800661557_nThis page houses axiom TC-2 and the studies and examples that demonstrate how it manifests in accord with Tzolkin Cosmology (TC).

There are 3 facets to axiom TC-2. The first facet relates to events, the second involves people and the third involves the things that people create.

The examples in the first part of this page relate to events, the second part to people and the third to the things that people create.

Introductory Text

As I create studies and find new examples related to axiom TC-3 I will list them here. After several updates I will publish a post with anchor links to each new demonstration instead of publishing a new page for each new set of studies and examples.

That will minimize my postings. These studies will only make sense to those using my exposition and tutorial on Tzolkin Cosmology. I have formulated the axioms of TC based on over 5000 days of observations and numerous studies, but I have yet to publish every study or example found in my archives.

Please don’t count the small number of published studies and examples against me. Once my exposition is out I will devote more time to publishing them. More importantly my exposition includes the tools you need to self-verify my claims.

Notes: those of you attempting to validate this or other aspects of TC must bear in mind that the elements of the incoming Tzolkin day-night cycle begin to make their presence felt around 3PM. The later into the afternoon and evening then the likelier it is that the events will correspond to the codes of the incoming day.

Another thing to bear in mind is that 5 to 10 percent of cases will be manifestations of the the tone cycle anchor themeplex. When an event does not correspond to the day’s themeplex refer to the incoming day’s themeplex if the event took place after 3pm. If neither of those references correspond then refer to the tone cycle anchor themeplex.

If it too does not correspond then one of two things is happening. It takes time to learn the language of Tzolkin Cosmology and you may not yet be able to read the more subtle aspects of TC.

The second possibility is that the event falls into 5 to 10 percent of cases in which the correspondence is not clear no matter how you look at it. That does not mean that TC is in error. It means something else that I explain in my exposition. Please feel free to consult me when you encounter events that you can’t reconcile with the code.

Link to Gregorian to ZSA-Tzolkin date converter.

Links to supporting information are provided under each example.  Click on images to enlarge. 

 

Section 1:
Demonstrations of Axiom TC-2 in Relation to Events

axion TC-2 example 1

 

 Section 2:
Demonstrations of Axiom TC-2 in Relation to People

 Axiom TC-2 example 1P:pg 1Source: Wikipedia

 

Axiom TC-2 example 1P:pg2

 

Axiom TC-2 example 1P:pg3Source: Movie Chasing Mavericks

 

Example 2 Section2

Axiom TC-2 example 2P:pg1

 

Axiom TC-2 example 2P:pg2

 

Axiom TC-2 example 2P:pg3

 

Section 3:
Demonstrations of Axiom TC-2
in Relation to Things that Humans Create

 Example 1 Section 3

This study shows how even something as trivial as a fictional character is described by the Tzolkin code.

The entire study is displayed on the enclosed 28 slides. 

Slide 1: describes my hypothesis and predictions. 

Slides 2-3: describe the study methods and serves as an index of study content.

Slide 4: glossary

Slide 5: the 15 Gregorian calendar dates associated with the subject of the study and their corresponding Tzolkin dates. 

Slides 6-7: contain a summary of the study results. 

Slides 8-23: display the study results on series of bar graphs and charts to help visualize the results. 

Slides 24-28: the results of the study are evaluated by assessing the chance probability of the results. 

 

Sources for the Gregorian dates associated with this study

A list of works based on Peter Pan

The Little White Bird a 1902 novel by J.M Barrie. The book in which Peter Pan first appeared.

 

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1 comment

  1. Ang Rode-Neumann

    GREAT(full) and AT your S ervice….. 😉

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