I concluded part one by saying that I was prompted by the “synchronic order” to prepare the article on the 11:11 enigma. The synchronic order made itself manifest in this case as a reader who asked me about the meaning of the number 11:11.
If you have not read part one you may want to for orientation and proper comprehension of part 2.
The synchronic order is how the Tzolkin code models reality in terms of 4 colors, 13 numbers and 20 symbols. According to Tzolkin cosmology everything, everyone and every event is a manifestation of the synchronic order.
In the same way that 4 nucleobases and 20 amino acid of the DNA code articulate and organize the realm of living organisms so does the Tzolkin code accurately model and describe the world of human events and its players.
Glimpses of the Synchronic Order
In order to minimize confusion and information overload in part 2 I am going to refer to the Tzolkin archetypal symbols by their numerical value 1 through 20 and I will not refer to the color code aspect. In the late afternoon of April, 19th 2011or on the eve of April 20th I received an email from a reader asking about the meaning of number 111.
Please note that I included the notation “on the eve of” and you will see that I use it often when quoting other dates in the examples listed further down. “On the eve of” is an important detail because a new Tzolkin day phases in at sundown. The world standard for date change in mechanized time is midnight and its a sharp cut off from one day to the next—not so with the Tzolkin cycle.
The qualities of one day gradually transform into the qualities of the next day. Experientially I can detect the gradual shift in the thematic content of the days events in the mid-afternoon. Enthographic data on Maya culture affirms sunset as the beginning of a new day.
The number (13) refers to the 13th day of the 13-day tone cycle and the number 17 refers to the 17th archetype in the 20 day archetypal cycle.
The number 2 represents archetype number 2 and it’s always paired with 17 and vice versa. I am using the numerical equivalent of each archetype to more clearly reveal the synchronicities. The same numbering format will be used to describe all Tzolkin dates noted herein.
I won’t explain in this article why the two paired numbers of a Tzolkin date are always paired, because I fear this article is already too complicated for non-students of Tzolkin cosmology aka Art and Science of Synchronicity (ARTSOS).
The Tzolkin cycle is itself is a weave of 3 subcycles, the two mentioned and a 3rd known as the 4 day 4 color cycle. But for the purposes of this article I will not refer to the color cycle.
Note: Henceforth is this article I will abbreviate as noted; Tzolkin Date =TD and kin= k.
The first synchronicity you will note is that the reader’s question was posed during the portion of the Tzolkin sequence numbered 111 through 119. The next aspect I want you to note is the number 17. The 17th archetype possesses the key attributes of evolution, synchronicity and navigation. Each of the Tzolkin’s 20 archetypes has three key attributes.
As you can see the number 11 is already present, the reader inquired about the number 111 and k-111 had passed only 5 day before. Next note the incoming presence of k117 or TD:13-17-2, the archetype of synchronicity.
A question arises; if the entire Tzolkin code represents the numerical matrix governing synchronicity then why would one of its components have that specific designation? The 17th archetype is the archetype of OVERT synchronicity. On days coded by the 17th archetype or any member of its number family one is more apt to experience synchronicities of the overt type and in greater numbers.
The Numerical Connection between Jose Arguelles and Winter Solstice of 12/21/12
Before I get into the thick of my 11:11 experience I want to point out an amazing numerical synchronicity between, Jose Arguelles and the date he made famous, December, 21st, 2012. Jose Arguelles is the rediscoverer of the correct Tzolkin cycle and founder of the entire Mayan calendar-2012 phenomena.
Jose Arguelles was born on January 24th, 1939 or TD:(11)11-8; k11. He was also born during the first Tone Cycle (TC). The Tzolkin cycle is composed of 20 13-day cycles.
The first Tone Cycle(TC) is coded TC:1-18. His complete numerical coding is TC:1-18; TD:(11)11-8; k:11. No other Tzolkin date has more 1?s or 11?s.
Let’s call one’s numerical coding according to the Tzolkin as one’s serial number. If you make time to read deeply enough into the Art and Science of Synchronicity you will find that serial number is an appropriate and precise metaphor.
Many promoters of 11:11 mania have fudged a key fact by saying that the December 21st, 2012 winter solstice occurs at 11:11AM GMT when the official time is actually 11:12 AM GMT. The solstice point marks the end of a 5126 year cycle known as the Long Count Cycle.
All of the hoopla surrounding the “end of the Mayan calendar” has to do with the end of the Long Count Cycle which incidentally begins anew. Arguelles referred to himself as the “closer of the cycle”.
Proponents of 11:11 mania have tweaked the time by one minute to add more mystique to their claim. Eleven-eleven could be a valid claim had they said that the Long Count cycle ends at 11:11 and 59 seconds. It seems that solstice times are rounded off to the nearest minute, but I was not able to find any solstice resources with unrounded numbers. Update: Further down in the comments section 2 readers have clarified the timing issue by saying that the number is indeed rounded off and the unrounded number was 11:11 and x seconds. Each reader gives a slightly different time and I have asked for a link or source on the matter, but as of this update no one has responded with a source.
Whatever the case it is a remarkable synchronicity involving what will undoubtably be histories most famous winter solstice for a long time to come and the man responsible for bringing it to the world’s attention.
From my point of view I consider approximations to be significant indicators whose values decline in proportion to their inaccuracy. Eleven-twelve is one minute off the magical 11:11, but in some realms “close and almost” counts for something. Synchronistic phenomena is one of those realms.