Axiom TC-4: The approach of and entrance into cyclical renewal is always marked by signifying changes…

Axiom TC-4: The approach of and entrance into cyclical renewal is always marked by signifying changes…

Nov 22 2014

This page houses axiom TC-4  and the studies and examples that demonstrate how it manifests in accord with Tzolkin Cosmology (TC).  The science of time and change according to Tzolkin Cosmology can predict when we can expect significant shift type events at the personal and collective scales. The slides in the first part of this post defines the principle at work (axiom TC-4) and I list some common shift type events at the personal scale. I also provide methods and tools to help you self-verify this aspect of TC. But please bear in mind that there are various personal and collective life cycles at work. This demonstration uses only two of our nine most significant life cycles.  The second part of this post highlights axiom TC-4 in relation to the collective events of the last 8 Tzolkin cycles since October of 2008. Tracking the Tzolkin cycle will enable you to verify what I mean by cycle juncture shift events. The most notable shifts with regards to Tzolkin cycle tracking happen every 52 days and near the end/start of each Tzolkin cycle. If this is your first encounter with an axiom page then please read the introductory text. Introductory Text As I create studies and find new examples related to axiom TC-4 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...

Anticipating Personal and Collective Shifts: Personal and Universal Tzolkin Cycles

Anticipating Personal and Collective Shifts: Personal and Universal Tzolkin Cycles

Jun 9 2014

The science of Time and Change according to Tzolkin Cosmology can predict when we can expect significant shift type events at the personal and collective scales. The posters in this album define the principle at work (axiom STC-1) and I list some common shift type events. I also provide the method and tools by which to self-verify this aspect of TC. Now bear in mind that there are various personal and collective life cycles at work. This demonstration uses only two of our most significant life cycles. There is another major shift point coming up and that the June solstice. Use this Tzolkin date converter to covert Gregorian dates to Tzolkin dates. http://michaelgaio.com/lab/tzolkin_calculator2/Tzolkin.html Use this Gregorian date calculator to easily generate Gregorian calendar dates. http://www.timeanddate.com/date/dateadd.html Click to enlarge...

Searching for A Universal New Year: The relevance of August 13th.

Searching for A Universal New Year: The relevance of August 13th.

Aug 12 2013

Presently there is no universal basis for what qualifies the start of a new year. Every culture has its own set of parameters for determining the start of the new year. The Chinese celebrate theirs in either late January or early February according their lunar calendar. The ancient Egyptians linked the appearance of the star Sirius and the annual flooding of the Nile river to signal the start of their new year. The many cultures of India celebrate the new year on various dates during the month of April. Europe’s Nordic cultures keyed it to the Winter solstice. The Celtic, Samhain, now vulgarized as Halloween, is celebrated by present day neopagans, Wiccans and Druids as the start of their new year. The Maori of New Zealand looked for the appearance of the Pleiades in May to signal the start of the new year. The Hawaiians also pegged their new year to the appearance of the Pleiades, but their new year fell in October. The Aztec-Mexicas celebrated the new year in early March several days before the spring equinox. Even the Maya celebrate 2 different new years dates. One equates to February 22 and some celebrate July 26th. And then there is Gregorian January 1st to mark the start of the new year for Westerners. January 1st was arrived at as the start of the new year in order to honor Julius Ceasar’s exploit as the founder of the “rational calendar”. Contrast that line of reasoning with the fact that the new year of non-western cultures is related to some seasonal and/or astronomical aspect. The foregoing is why I refer to the Gregorian calendar as an urban...