Time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs. Time and the Technosphere: The Law of Time in Human Affairs by Jose A. Arguelles 2019-03-09

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Time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

If you've always loved calendars as works of art in themselves, Time and the Technosphere by Jose Arguelles will upgrade your view of them as such. Nevertheless, do yourself a favor and read the works of Jose' Arguelles. Applying this Law of Time to an understanding of the entire system of life on Earth, he shows that in order to not destroy Earth's ability to sustain life, we must change our definition of time and adopt a natural harmonic calendar based on the 13-moon 28-day cycle. Applying this Law of Time to an understanding of the entire system of life on Earth, he shows that in order to not destroy Earth's ability to sustain life, we must change our definition of time and adopt a natural harmonic calendar based on the 13-moon 28-day cycle. Read nice and slow and you should be able to process most of it.

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Time and the Technosphere by JosĂ© ArgĂŒelles

time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

The adoption of artificial time has subjected us to a 12:60 time frequency that governs the entire global industrialized civilization--the technosphere. The mathematics in the book seem intimidating. So you're still stuck with at least two different calendar systems. It is also tinged with esoteric urgency -- if mankind does not adopt a lunar calendar by 2000 or is it 2004? In Time and the Technosphere, JosĂ© ArgĂŒelles presents a groundbreaking study that distinguishes the natural time of the cosmos from the artificial mechanistic time under which we currently live. What's most disappointing is that this calendar is solar based and does not literally link up with the ebb and flow of the real lunar calendar. A groundbreaking study that distinguishes the natural time of the cosmos from artificial mechanistic time. The author knows what he's talking about and there are some of us who also know what he's talking about.

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Time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

Since these dates have passed, according to Arguelles, we are indeed doomed. Our last best chance to adopt this natural time and step into the bright new future promised by the galactic shift of 2012 is the Great Calendar Change of 2004, a new discovery based on the author's mathematical research into the Mayan calendar first begun in his landmark work The Mayan Factor. The law of time is something that the Western scientific thought knows nothing about, and seems to think that time is just a measure of the day. However, having read many of his books Earth Ascending, Surfers of the Zuvuya, 7 volumes of the Cosmic History Chronicles, etc and being very well versed in the Dreamspell codes, 13 Moon Calendar, Telektonon, etc. Author Biography Jose Arguelles, Ph.

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time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

You will be forever expanded. Until the creation of the Gregorian calendar and the 60-minute hour, most of humanity lived by the 28-day cycle of natural time. Until the creation of the Gregorian calendar and the 60-minute hour, most of humanity lived by the 28-day cycle of natural time. Until the creation of the Gregorian calendar and the 60-minute hour, most of humanity lived by the 28-day cycle of natural time. I feel his message regarding calendar reform is vitally important for everyone to know, for all the reasons he's presented in numerous lectures, articles, books, etc. When the reader is confronted by the possibility that the biosphere is not only influencing how human's construct reality, but is being changed by human thinking, the inevitability of catastrophe for humans becomes more apparent - especially when one sees what Arguelles has in mind. Humanity has a golden opportunity to leave the strife of the past and enter a time of peace by adopting a harmonious natural calendar that will repair the damages caused by the irregular tempo of technospheric time.

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Time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

Calendar reform is not new, and there are several similar proposals. Summary A groundbreaking study that distinguishes the natural time of the cosmos from artificial mechanistic time. In Time and the Technosphere, ArgĂŒelles reveals the clear distinction between third- dimensional astronomical time and the fourth-dimensional synchronic order of the Law of Time, which holds enormous potential for the future of humanity. Calendar reform is not new, and there are several similar proposals. Arguelles book is a door opening to a new way of thinking about our world, sometimes difficult and challenging. Where to begin the New Year will probably always be controversial. This will be played out as a battle between artificial Western time and its manifestations, versus the anti-technological Islamic world view.

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Time and the Technosphere: The Law of Time in Human Affairs by JosĂ© ArgĂŒelles

time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

The mind of Jose' Arguelles is so far out that, on first encounter, most will find his work to be a whole lot of nonsensible mumbo-jumbo. The technosphere is like a train going on a track that only goes in a straight line and eventually will go over a cliff. However, the measure we are using is not balanced and true. The adoption of artificial time has subjected us to a 12:60 time frequency that governs the entire global industrialized civilization--the technosphere. The law of time is something that the Western scientific thought knows nothing about, and seems to think that time is just a measure of the day.

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Time and the Technosphere: The Law of Time in Human Affairs by Jose A. Arguelles

time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

Arguelles defines the actual nature of time as the frequency of synchronization. In Time and the Technosphere, Jose Arguelles presents a groundbreaking study that distinguishes the natural time of the cosmos from the artificial mechanistic time under which we currently live. He is the author of numerous works, including The Mayan Factor, Earth Ascending, and Surfers of the Zuvuya. Read nice and slow and you should be able to process most of it. In Time and the Technosphere, JosĂ© ArgĂŒelles presents a groundbreaking study that distinguishes the natural time of the cosmos from the artificial mechanistic time under which we currently live. Our last best chance to adopt this natural time and step into the bright new future promised by the galactic shift of 2012 is the Great Calendar Change of 2004, a new discovery based on the author's mathematical research into the Mayan calendar first begun in his landmark work The Mayan Factor. You need We'Moon at another location at Amazon for that.

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Time and the Technosphere by JosĂ© ArgĂŒelles

time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

If you love calendars like me, maybe that's no problem. ArgĂŒelles defines the actual nature of time as the frequency of synchronization. With the collapse of the Twin Towers on September 11, a fissure was created in this artificial technosphere, opening up the noosphere Earth's mental envelope. The other connections to the Mayans base 20 counting system are harder to fathom but most intriguing. ArgĂŒelles defines the actual nature of time as the frequency of synchronization. With the collapse of the Twin Towers a fissure was created in this artificial techsphere opening up the osphere Earth's mental envelope. Applying this Law of Time to an understanding of the entire system of life on Earth, he shows that in order to not destroy Earth's ability to sustain life, we must change our definition of time and adopt a natural harmonic calendar based on the 13-moon 28-day cycle.

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Time and the Technosphere: The Law of Time in Human Affairs by Jose A. Arguelles

time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

It becomes obvious that the mechanical clock is a completely fictitious human construct of time. It seems that whenever anyone talks about the Time - Space continuum, one just arbitrarily accepts the Gregorian Calendar and the Mechanical Clock as the precept of time. This startling new discovery is based on the author's continued mathematical research into the Mayan calendar showing the clear distinction between third-dimensional astromical time and the fourth-dimensional synchronic order of the Law of Time. It is the signal that history is ending and we are running out of time - artificial time. Until the creation of the Gregorian calendar and the 60-minute hour, most of humanity lived by the 28-day cycle of natural time.

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Time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

time and the technosphere the law of time in human affairs

The adoption of artificial time has subjected us to a 12:60 time frequency that governs the entire global industrialized civilization--the technosphere. With the collapse of the Twin Towers on September 11, a fissure was created in this artificial technosphere, opening up the noosphere Earth's mental envelope. It was a struggle to make sense of all of it. If one fails to understand this book, I would say it simply means that one has failed to understand. Humanity has a golden opportunity to leave the strife of the past and enter a time of peace by adopting a harmonious natural calendar that will repair the damages caused by the irregular tempo of technospheric time. Even if you fail to grasp the concepts, even if you have no idea where he's coming from, even if you just aren't' feelin' it, your mind will, nevertheless, be stretched beyond it's comfort zone.

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