A Decoding of Martin Luther King’s Tzolkin Signature

A Decoding of Martin Luther King’s Tzolkin Signature

Jan 27 2014

A demonstration of how Tzolkin Cosmology relates to personality. According to Tzolkin Cosmology (TC) each human being is a facet, stage, or state of the Tzolkin cycle process. A facet, stage, or state of the Tzolkin cycle sequence being what we experience as a day-night cycle. Facet, stage, state, or day are used interchangeably when discussing the Tzolkin’s operational process. The Tzolkin Cycle may be described as a pattern generating process, and it seems that human beings are the single most complex pattern it can generate. Each facet/day/stage/state of the Tzolkin process has distinct attributes. The primary attributes of any given day-night cycle are defined by the corresponding Tzolkin date themeplex. According to TC we embody the attributes of the day we are born on. A themeplex is composed of 5 archetypes and a tone. For display purposes the 5 archetypes are laid out in a cross pattern. There is a central archetype surrounded by 4 complimentary archetypes. See Kin/themeplex 252 below. The central archetype is the day’s name. Each archetype possesses 3 key attributes. In effect we embody all of the archetypes of our birthday themeplex, but we exhibit the attributes of the central archetypes to the greatest degree, and that is why the day is named after the central archetype. The central archetype of the day is the most dominant or prominently expressed set of archetypal qualities. For example Martin Luther King was born on Jan 15, 1929 or Tzolkin date Kin 252, the 5 Human. The number that precedes a Tzolkin date refers to its position in a specific 13 day tone cycle. The tone cycle numbers also have more descriptive...