Key words used in the book
an ancient symbol of a snake swallowing its tail.
A transit takes place when the planet Venus passes directly between the earth and the sun.
A pictograph uses pictures or symbols to represent an assigned amount of data.
A tiny robot that operates like a tiny black hole that sucks energy in a matter of seconds. The electron's duty is to search and destroy new frequencies of fearless choices that exist in the atmosphere.
Galapula's frequency – Can occur when all Galapalians' favorite frequencies – home, family, friends, fun and other good memories – synchronize in harmony together to one frequency. This creates a shield of love where each and every one becomes stronger and safer from draining energy-consuming thoughts ("negative" thoughts, as humans would called them) can be good in situations like an electron attack.
The Game of time – The game of time is influenced by an existing calendar called The Tzolk'in Calendar, One of the most famous and important ancient Mayan Calendars.
The Tzolkin Calendar:
The Mayans recorded the stars’ motion in over seventeen calendars, where precise tracking of the celestial bodies, served them to learn the full energy potential of any given moment.
Just as in modern astrology, where we learn the values of the stars layout that influence us through signs and houses, the Mayans have left us a multi-dimensional astrology, which refers to time via geometric symbols.
In these unique times in which we are living, the importance of the meaning of time has augmented. The ancient Mayans have left us with a vast and profound knowledge with regards to their perception of time that allows a comprehensive observation of every moment of our lives. The calendar contains hidden codes that allow the human society to connect to the memory of time as the Mayans perceived it.
The Tzolkin calendar is comprised of 20 symbols and 13 Tons:
The symbols (which are called glyphs) encode an infinitum of information. Each symbol contains extensive knowledge designed to expand our brain structure and connect us to the frequency of unconditional love.
The Tons are rhythm, sound, shape, color, a certain energy that resonates and changes day by day. Each day and each person have their own rhythm.
The calendar is a geometric model of movement in time, and delving deeper into the codes that are in it reveals meaning to life itself. This model presents a cyclical and spiral concept of time; this, in contrast to the linear past-present- future time perception that characterizes the Western-modern world. An in depth study of the Tzolkin calendar expands our perception of time/space and with it the ability synchronize.
(Text by Talya Toker, Mayan researcher)