Tzolkin Cosmology: A New Way To See And Experience The World

Tzolkin Cosmology: A New Way To See And Experience The World

Sep 23 2013

Constructing and Deconstructing Reality Constructs A CRC is comprised of concepts describing how we think the phenomenal world operates. It is how we explain the how, when, and why of what happens, has happened, or will happen to or between entities.  Welcome to the tenuous world of causality, or cause-effect.   The Illusory Sense of Separation The hidden assumption of Western rationalism is that what we call reality could not be so intimately and meaningfully connected to our mere thoughts. Many of us have experiences to the contrary, even though we may not know the full meaning of the synchronicity, nor know how it works in exact scientific detail. Discoveries in physics over the last 75 years have begun to reveal that the observer is an integral feature of the experiment, and must be accounted for as part of the experimental set. Physics has discovered many other curiosities about nature that cannot be explained by our classical understanding of causality. [4] The topic of synchronicity opens up a can of worms of Biblical proportions for it begins to question some of the Western world’s most basic assumptions and subconscious attachments to our ideas about time, cause-effect, the nature of reality, and the Universe at large. It also calls into question our notions of God, chance, gender-social roles, destiny, free will, personal responsibility, and the concept of culpability among others. A Fractured and Traumatized Worldview It is for the reasons mentioned that I feel it important to first examine what I call the decrepit, crumbling, and fractured mental house of Western Civilization. Tzolkin Cosmology cannot be fully understood until the perceptual roadblocks inherent in Western thought are deconstructed and dispensed...

Beyond Jung and All Guess Work: An Introduction To The Art and Science of Synchronicity

Beyond Jung and All Guess Work: An Introduction To The Art and Science of Synchronicity

Aug 13 2013

The Architecture of Synchronicity, Life, Time, Change, Human Personality and Interpersonal Dynamics What you are about to read is a brief introduction to “The Art and Science of Synchronicity” . In other articles I have begun to elaborate on how Mesoamerican Calendrics (MAC) is not a calendar system as the rest of the World understand calendars. The core component of the MAC system, the Tzolkin calendar is best understood as a calendrical code that maps very subtle evolutive processes and cycles inherent in, and propagated by the very fabric of space-time itself. Synchronicity We have all heard and perhaps even said, “things happen for a reason”, though we don’t really know what those ultimate reasons might be. My work on the Tzolkin Cycle and Code shows how all phenomena is related and synchronized, right down to the smallest events you experience in your every day life. Not a single detail about our lives is random. What we sometimes experience as synchronicity are the obvious, “in your face” kind of events. Countless synchronicities happen every day across every scale. The Tzolkin Code reveals those synchronicities. Synchronicity is not just some meaningless curiosity, but rather evidence of the self-organizing principles inherent in all energy-matter configurations. Energy-matter that you and I are composed of. Energy-matter that behaves according to a few simple rules governing the attractive and repulsive forces existing between all entities, organic and inorganic. Rules that you can learn and apply to optimize your experience, comprehension and appreciation of life. Many of us intuitively sense that there is some grander overall purpose behind what happens. I can’t say what the “ultimate purpose” is, but my...

May 20th, 2012 Targeting a New World Age: At the Cross Roads of Cosmic and Earthly Synchronicity

May 20th, 2012 Targeting a New World Age: At the Cross Roads of Cosmic and Earthly Synchronicity

Jun 2 2012

Synchronicity literally means happening together at the same time. But Carl Jung, the person who coined synchronicity qualified the term to mean events occurring simultaneously, and with significance and meaning to the observer, but with no discernible causal connection. One of his most famous examples happened while he was in a counseling session with one of his patients. In his book Synchronicity (1952), Jung tells the following story as an example of a synchronistic event: “A young woman I was treating had, at a critical moment, a dream in which she was given a golden scarab. While she was telling me this dream, I sat with my back to the closed window. Suddenly I heard a noise behind me, like a gentle tapping. I turned round and saw a flying insect knocking against the window-pane from the outside. I opened the window and caught the creature in the air as it flew in. It was the nearest analogy to a golden scarab one finds in our latitudes, a scarabaeid beetle, the common rose-chafer (Cetonia aurata), which, contrary to its usual habits had evidently felt the urge to get into a dark room at this particular moment. I must admit that nothing like it ever happened to me before or since.”   Jung believed that synchronicity pointed to some deep cosmic ordering principles. Jung must have had many such experiences for him to believe that they were all more than mere coincidences. Jung’s hunch was correct. After years of studying ancient Mexico’s most mysterious calendar I’ve come to conclude that the “ordering principles” referred to by Jung are embodied by the AA-Tzolkin Cycle-Code. At what...