The 9 Waves of Consciousness Evolution
The Carl Calleman’s Theory

Here is my first analysis tentative about the ninth wave structure - the last one according to Calleman – going from March 9th to October 28th, 2011. These are the conclusions I came to after the creation of the “ninth wave calendar”. However, the study is still active...


The Nine Day Count

Carl Calleman’s ninth wave is different from the previous ones over an essential point: the duration for the heavens (i.e. the “days” and the “nights”) is no longer a multiple of 20.

In fact, the heavens  for this last wave last 18 days.


Each one of those heavens is thus articulated into:

  1. -A nine day cycle, the “nine day count”, from the heaven beginning to its “crest” or midpoint.

  2. -The crest/midpoint itself between two days.

  3. -A second nine day cycle going from the crest to the heaven ending.


Please note that the ninth wave generates 9 day cycles, another illustration of the “As above, so below” law.

There is another nine day cycle in the Mayan calendar which is the Lords of the Night cycle. However, “the nine day counts” of the ninth wave, though its duration remains the same, are not base on the Lords of the Night’s: the first day of the ninth wave, March 9th, 2011 starts a G3 day which is the 3rd Lord of the Night.


The “nine day counts” of the ninth wave are therefore different in their nature which is still to be studied. Most likely, they will have a greater impact than the TZOLK’IN cycles for this particular period of the ninth wave.


Structure of the Ninth Wave “Days”

Each ninth wave “day” (odd number heavens) starts on a day bearing a west glyph (blue colour) and finishes on a day bearing a south glyph (yellow colour). For instance, the first day starts on a MANIK day and finishes on a KAN day.

West is the direction of the past, South of the masculine.

Part 4: The Ninth Wave

(extract from the Ninth Wave Calendar)

The ninth wave day midpoints consist of two days, the first one bears a west glyph and the second one, a south glyph. For example, on the first day the midpoint falls on the MEN and CIB days.

Therefore, the “day” midpoints mimic the structure of the very “days”.

The first five “days” all start with a different west glyph (MANIKAKBAL, CAUAC, MEN, CHUEN), and then the five glyph cycle starts again in the same order; the same thing happens with the midpoints. Conversely, the numbers associated to this are different. The first “day” starts on a 1-MANIK, the sixth, on a 12-MANIK.


Structure of the Ninth Wave “Nights”

As for the ninth wave “nights” (even number heavens), the findings are similar.

Every “night” starts on a day which bears an east glyph (red colour) and finishes on a day which bears a north glyph (grey colour). For example, the first “night” starts on a  CHICCHAN day and finishes on an IK day.

East is the direction of the future and North of the feminine.

The ninth wave “night” midpoints consist of two days, the first one bears an East glyph and the second one bears a North glyph. For instance, on the first night, the midpoint falls on the BEN and IX days.

Therefore, the “night” midpoints mimic the structure of “nights” themselves.

NUMBER




3  








11 


13 

BEGIN. GLYPH


MANIK 


AKBAL  


CAUAC 


MEN 


CHUEN 


MANIK 


AKBAL   

HEAVENS


First day


Second day


Third day


Fourth day


Fifth day


Sixth day


Seventh day

END GLYPH


KAN 


AHAU  


CIB 


EB 


LAMAT


KAN 


AHAU

MIDPOINT GLYPHS


MEN CIB 


CHUEN EB  


MANIK LAMAT 


AKBAL KAN 


CAUAC AHAU 


MEN CIB 


CHUEN EB

NUMBER




4  






10


12 

BEGIN. GLYPH


CHICCHAN 


IMIX  


CABAN 


BEN 


MULUC 


CHICCHAN

HEAVENS


First night


Second night


Third night


Fourth night


Fifth night


Sixième night

END GLYPH


IK 


ETZNAB  


IX 


OC 


CIMI


IK 

MIDPOINT GLYPHS


BEN IX 


MULUC OC  


CHICCHAN CIMI


IMIX IK 


CABAN ETZNAB


BEN IX 

The first five “nights” all start with a different East glyph (CHICCHANIMIX, CABAN, BEN, MULUC) and then the 5 glyph cycle starts again in the same order; the same thing happens with the midpoints. Conversely, the numbers associated with this are different. The first “night” starts on a  6-CHICCHAN, the sixth one on a 4-CHICCHAN.

Please note that the 6th night presents the singularity of starting on the autumn equinox day.

Summary of the ninth wave

This is a summary of the ninth wave made by ayley Moore.


translation by Nelly Lewin