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Understanding the Nature of the Tzolkin, Consciousness and Elvea Systems: Advanced II    (Top)

How It Works

On a practical level, the principles by which Tzolkin acoustic translations operate are similar to the principles of the binaural beat phenomenon, discovered by the German researcher H. W. Dove in 1839 and developed extensively by biophysicist Dr. Gerald Oster in the early 1970's. Relative to that phenomenon, when

  • a tone is played in one ear and
  • a complimentary tone is played in the other ear,
  • the brain recognizes the mathematical relationship between the two tones and makes shifts within its network to maximize its ability to receive and process the information relative to that relationship.
The primary difference between the Tzolkin translations and binaural beats is that the translations are based on pattern recognition [of relationships between specific tones] and do not require headphones to be effective, unlike the binaural beats which are based in the use of relatively arbitrary frequencies and are worthless without headphones. This is one of the reasons the Tzolkin translations are superior to all binaural beat software when it comes to effectively advancing personal consciousness. Another important difference is that binaural beats are designed for brain entrainment, while Tzolkin translations are designed for brain enhancement and consciousness entrainment.

At the root of those translations is the balance of the 13 tones. Each kin, or day, or pulse of the Tzolkin is a base frequency or tone which
may be expressed as specific sound frequencies and light wavelengths, (fig. 1.) Each tone is paired with a complementary tone and each pair is constant, (fig. 2).  Thus, the base tone of the first kin, "1", is sounded in one stereo channel and it's complement, "13", is sounded in the other channel.  When the brain hears (or sees) the programs expressing the tones, it recognizes the logical relationship between the tones and shifts to generate the necessary nerve connections (synapses) to maximize its reception and processing of the information relative to that relationship, (fig. 3). This is the fundamental process by which the Tzolkin acoustic and audiovisual translations work.

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fig. 3
To truly access It's profundities, (as mentioned above), the sonic activation of each kin requires 4 separate tones. Why? Because, in accord with Native American spirituality relative to the Medicine Wheel, the Tzolkin's movements must be regarded simultaneously from its perimeter and its center. Therefore, there are actually two concurrent streams of information for each of Its elements, the Primary stream, which is what's seen on the surface/perimeter and the Secondary stream, which (is not obvious and) originates from the center. Each perimeter flowing kin has a base and complementary tone, as does each center flowing kin; four tones in all per kin relative to the Primary Template.

When the number of tones increases, the amount of information relative to the tonal combinations profoundly increases too. The information expressed by the collective tonal combinations of the Tzolkin's Code sequences deeply imprints upon the brain and the central nervous system begins an accelerated process of generating new synapses to enable it to receive and process the information relative to those sequences with maximum efficiency and efficacy. The healing effects of this process are remarkable.

As with the Tzolkin, in general, the translations appear to be complex, but are intricately simple. They are fundamentally based on the Tzolkin's inner 4-pole structure and, in accord with the principles of sympathetic vibration, even the simple patterns of the Sacred Signs are interwoven with and express a "fabric" of vital cosmic information capable of promoting profound and positive transformation, spiritually/mentally, astrally/psychically and physically. Effectively, all of our products are recordings of various threads of that fabric.

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