Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Day Sequence Number Two is Underway!

Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Day Sequence Number Two is Underway!

Mar 24 2014

Fifty-two of the Tzolkin cycle’s 260 days possess an additional attribute known as Hyper-Day.  On the Tzolkin cycle chart Hyper-Days are denoted by either green or black cells. See image below.  Formal studies of mine have determined that Hyper-Days (HDs) are associated with spikes in the frequency and intensity of volcanic and seismic events. Volcanic activity in particular is extremely responsive to HD’s.    Hyper-Day Characteristics and Effects Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days are correlated with spikes in the frequency and intensity of… Earthquakes. Volcanism. Extreme Weather. Extreme or unusual human behaviors. other extreme events e.g. animal attacks. explosions and other natural phenomena. Such events happen all the time, but my studies have revealed that certain Tzolkin Cycle days are more prone to concur with the phenomena listed for some yet unexplained reason. The following terms are apt descriptors of hyper-day events, effects and moods. Activating Boil over Agitating Tipping Point Breaking Point Catalyzing Hyper-Active Erupts Exceptional Intense Explosive Frenetic Some of you may even feel the Hyper-Day effect on your body and mind. You may feel especially energetic, agitated, have a difficult time falling asleep, or wake up sooner than normal. If you are around small children you will see them extra active and more easily agitated. People are more likely to “act out” or “lose it” on Hyper-Days. The same goes for animals. Health issues such as headaches and migraines may flare up. Electrical equipment/systems are more apt to fail or malfunction especially if they are already on the brink. Computers may run slower, and cell phone reception will fluctuate more widely. There are other Tzolkin Cycle days when one may feel and note...

A Cosmic Pulse: Does the Universe have a Heart Beat?

A Cosmic Pulse: Does the Universe have a Heart Beat?

Mar 10 2011

While tracking the Tzolkin Cycle I discovered that certain days seemed to buzz with an extra intensity. People seemed to be more on edge, and the overall activity of the day was marked by hyper-activity of sorts—hence the term Hyper-Day. My understanding of Tzolkin Cosmology had led me to conclude that the Tzolkin Cycle is the mark of a very deep cosmic process. From a whole systems perspective I reasoned that the hyperactivity I noted in humans and their activities must also make itself apparent in other aspects of the natural world. So I conducted a study whereby I plotted daily earthquake activity over a period of months to see if the days marked as hyper-days on the Tzolkin cycle sequence had a greater share of seismic activity. Lo and behold, the study revealed that seismic activity increased both in the number of earthquakes per day and in the intensity of the earthquakes themselves. The highlight of the study showed that for a 1 year period 74 percent of temblors over 7.0 magnitude concurred with Hyper-Days. [ Update: This article was published just a few hours before the great Japanese earthquake and tsunami of March 2011. The earthquake took place on Tzolkin date 77 —a Hyper-day. Please note the follower count of 77 on the Tweet image A Twitter post I sent out on the 9th of March 2011 warning about the heightened risk for extreme tectonic (seismic-volcanic) and human events. The same sort of synchronicity took place when I published my study on Volcanism in correlation with Hyper-days. That study was published about 12 hours before the unpronounceable Icelandic volcano erupted ] I then...

Spikes in Earthquake Frequency and Intensity Linked to Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days

Spikes in Earthquake Frequency and Intensity Linked to Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days

Jun 4 2010

Empirical evidence for the correlation between Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days and earthquake frequency-intensity spikes over a 7.25 month period starting July 22, 2009 and ending February 26, 2010. The study plotted earthquake activity from July 22, 2009 to February 26, 2010. I did not include the month of March 2010 in the study because the massive Chile quake disrupted the typical rhythm of earthquake activity. The first bar graph does include the total number of quakes over 7.0 magnitude from July 22, 2009 to May 31, 2010. The first bar graph provides the strongest evidence for the assertion that the strongest earthquakes tend to concur with Hyper-Days. In fact, the graph demonstrates that the stronger the earthquake, then the more apt it is to happen during a Hyper-Day Window. Those of you not familiar with Hyper-Day terminology will find more information further down. Research Highlights 30 of 30 Hyper-Day Windows were all accompanied by spikes in Earthquake frequency and intensity. Between July 22, 2009 and June 18, 2010 there have been 19 quakes 7.0M and greater. 14 of the 19 earthquakes over 7.0M happened during a HDW. Of the 5 earthquakes that took place outside of a HDW, 3 occurred 1 day outside of a HDW. The greatest number of strongest earthquakes in 4 different magnitude categories concurred with a HDW. The greatest average number of earthquakes overall in 3 different magnitude categories coincide with HDW’s. The above noted highlights represent 9 of the most significant measures in support of my claim that the greatest number and strongest earthquakes tend to coincide with Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days. On the 6 plot graphs following the 2 bar...

Study Suggests that Solar Activity is also Linked to the Tzolkin Cycle

Study Suggests that Solar Activity is also Linked to the Tzolkin Cycle

Mar 27 2010

The Hypothesis My working hypothesis is based on my multi-year study of the Tzolkin Cycle. My understanding and observations of the Tzolkin cycle had led me to hypothesize that the various forms of hyper-activity I noted on Hyper-Days should also be reflected in volcanism, seismicity (earthquakes), and solar activity –  if my theoretical understandings and observations of the Tzolkin Cycle are correct. [If you are not familiar with the Tzolkin Chart and Hyper-Days click the link to take you to bottom of page where you will find a brief orientation to the Tzolkin chart and Hyper-Days.] Therefore, I am looking for evidence of greater activity in terms of frequency (quantity) and intensity (magnitude) in my studies as they relate to Hyper-Days. The study on earthquakes measured both aspects. Frequency may also be regarded as a measure of intensity. The study on volcanism measured only the frequency or number of volcanic events per day. Sunspot activity fluctuates and the questions is… might some aspects of the fluctuations in activity be attributable to the Tzolkin cycle? Further down you will find a series of graphs that plot the days of Tzolkin Cycle against a six month back drop of solar activity. Also included are some bar graphs displaying different measurements of the data. The Study: Empirical Evidence for the Concurrence of Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days with the Highest Sunspot Counts over a 6 month period starting September 1, 2009 and ending March 2, 2010. The number of sunspots fluctuates day to day just like seismic and volcanic activity. My observations allow me to say that activity across many domains of life seems to ramp up, start up,...

Days with Greatest Volcanic Activity Linked To Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days

Days with Greatest Volcanic Activity Linked To Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days

Mar 19 2010

Empirical Evidence for the Concurrence of Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days and Heightened Volcanic Activity over a 6 month period starting September 1, 2009 and ending March 2, 2010   Tzolkin Cycle and Hyper-Day Brief The days key to this study are known as Hyper-Days and there are 52 such days within the overall 260 day Tzolkin cycle. Please see the Tzolkin chart image and caption to your left for an orientation to the Hyper-Day order. The chart is read from top to bottom starting with the square in the upper left corner containing  the number 1, meaning day 1 of the Tzolkin cycle. The 52 Hyper-Days of the Tzolkin stand out from the all other Tzolkin Cycle days by possessing a characteristic that corresponds with the intensification and amplification of all terrestrial phenomena inclusive of the human domain, hence the term Hyper-Day (HD) to denote hyper-activity. My study of Tzolkin Cycle has led me to note how activity of all sorts seems to “start up”, “ramp up”, and “boil over” with the onset of a Hyper-Day. Peak events and tipping points are also apt descriptors of the events that have a propensity to occur during what I call a Hyper-Day Window (HDW). A HDW is the day before, the day of, and the day after a HD. I provide some links in the next paragraphs that cover the range of activity that pertain to Hyper-Days. An Unexplained Phenomena The Tzolkin chart to your left only maps the 260 days of the cycle in codigraphic form, it does not explain the basis or origin of the cycle.  For an introductory brief on the Tzolkin cycle please consider...