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,...