Today and the next couple days are especially resonant with future zuvuya circuits involving the Galactic Mayan eclipse cycles. If you don’t fully understand this information or what I’ve written previously, don’t worry about it. These posts are intended to function as milestone markers and foundations for future explorations. As you track the cycles yourself you will begin to see the patterns as they come into focus, and the way from milestone to milestone will become familiar with time. (Again, this information will carry much more meaning for those who have already explored the archives.)
Here are some basic considerations relevant to the present moment:
The completion of the current piktun on 18.104.22.168.0.0 10 Ajaw will coincide with Dreamspell kin 38 during an 11 Storm year, 53 solar galactic cycles from the present 11 Storm year.
According to a careful astronomical calculation, the piktun completion might more accurrately coincide with kin 39 or 40, giving us the “warning station” window of kin 38-40.
The piktun coronation, 8 days later on 22.214.171.124.0.8, will be the traditional day 5 Lamat, equivalent to kin 148. During the 11 Storm year of the piktun coronation a full solar eclipse will take place on or around Dreamspell kin 148. This “warning station” of kin 146-148 corresponds to Moon 7 days 20-22 of an 11 Storm year. Today is kin 146 on Moon 7 day 20 of the 11 Storm year, meaning that the first full solar eclipse of the next piktun will be coming into alignment precisely 53 solar galactic cycles from now.
126.96.36.199 kin 146 = today
+ 53 SGCs =
188.8.131.52 kin 146 = piktun eclipse “warning station” begins
This warning station is also in resonance with a total lunar eclipse that will take place one year from now.
184.108.40.206 kin 148 = piktun eclipse “warning station” 53 SGC resonance
+ 1 year =
220.127.116.11 kin 253 = total lunar eclipse
The piktun eclipse warning station of Moon 7 day 20-22 begins 39 days following the southern solstice (Moon 6 day 9). Currently the southern solstice Sun aligns with the center of the Milky Way galaxy, and between now and the completion of the current piktun this alignment will shift by approximately 39 days due to precession. This means that the first full solar eclipse of the current piktun will be in alignment with the center of the galaxy, with the sun in the same sidereal position as it was at the completion of the 13 baktun cycle (2012 AD).
The final full solar eclipse of the 13 baktun cycle took place 38 days before the completion of the baktun, and the first full solar eclipse of Baktun 8 also took place at this same sidereal position, approximately 38 days before the galactic alignment.
There is a very special relationship of Baktun 8, Baktun 13, and the piktun (Baktun 20), to one another based on these eclipse patterns. The completion of 8 baktuns is synchronized to the traditional day 9 Ajaw (18.104.22.168.0 9 Ajaw), and today is 9 Ajaw traditional, also inscribed on the key Temple XIV table.
The total lunar eclipse that will occur one year from now will be the first full lunar eclipse since the completion of the Blood Moon lunar tetrad, and will mark our full entry into the Love Moon phase of galactic synchronization.
The close conjunction of Jupiter and Spica is now visible in the early morning. Providing a nice symmetry, Venus and Mars are visible nearby one another in the evening. The Venus/Mars conjunction will be joined by the crescent moon two days from now, on kin 148, exactly one year before the full lunar eclipse.