Shown here are two of the larger circular panes of glass, with original artwork between the two panes. These ideas that the artwork represents are related to each other.
The Tzolkin of the Maya was originally published by jose arguelles, in his ground breaking and controversial work called the Mayan Factor. This rendition is a hand-drawn copy of the work published in his book.
At the center is a circle with lines that go through it that extend both Parkway to the perimeter of the circle and stop at various points. Many of these lines are marked and named.
Included also is a chart called Zule, which shows iterations of "N" dimensional permutations along the x-axis, and amended Boolean terms along the y-axis.
The Logical operator terms are amended from the standard Boolean set to include if then and or not sometimes always never Maybe and pink. Pink data is that which it is either erroneous invalid irrelevant or combination thereof. Only the first four are visible.
Included also are two charts that were originally part of a single page. The two charts include the words target range vector Delta V source origin and signal. The other chart includes the words mind Body Spirit scope volume and mass.
It is my contention that all of these terms are necessary to specifically describe the relationship between a given point in space add another given point in space
The universe is apparently composed of Multiplex operant variable combinations that govern and sustain the permutations in a randomly fluctuating yet Apparently stable matrix
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