The Science of Synchronicity

Rohaan Solare has spent the last ten years tracking and testing Dr. Jose Argüelles' interpretation of the Tzolkin Code as presented in Argüelles' 1987 book, The Mayan Factor.  Solare wants to prove that Argüelles was on the correct path by clarifying and expounding upon what he calls "Tzolkin Dynamics"--the inner workings of the interelated, discrete entities that make up the Tzolkin Code--which is itself the core component of the Ancient Maya-Meso-American Calendrical system. These entities have specific functions, locations and relationships in space-time, much like that of any mechano-dynamical system be it a DNA molecule, a cell or the human body. Solare goes beyond simply clarifying and validating aspects of the Argüellen interpretation--including his controversial date count, which differs from all other calenders--by relating Tzolkin Dynamics to other accepted bodies of scientific knowledge such as genetics, physics and chemistry. He also uses Tzolkin Dynamics to reveal a possible science of synchronicity:

According to Solare:

"The science of synchronicity can be defined as the knowledge and study of how energy-matter (EM) comes together, reacts, interacts, develops and evolves (events) and moves about (events) to create increasingly complex systems of organization (multiple simultaneous events) and the resultant coherent interaction among the various systems.

Systems beginning with atoms, then molecules, unicellular organisms, multi-cellular organisms and finally multi-organismic systems. Humanity would be at the top of what I call a multi-organismic system.

A system may be as simple as an atom (micro-system) or as complex as a human being (macro-system) who is composed of between 7 to 8 trillion cells (micro-systems) all working in near perfect harmony (synchrony)." 


Image: "Composite image of spiral galaxy M106".