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...