the Rhythmic Tone of Balance
Crop circle from 3rd August
According to the Mayan calendar Tzolkin, 3rd August 2016 is a
day with the Solar Seal “Blue Hand” and with Tone 6 – the Rhythmic Tone
In my opinion, on the formation is depicted Tone 6.
On the formation we see an outer circle and 6 squares with decreasing
size. Here the number 6 symbolizes Tone
Each square consists of 4 elements.
On the outermost square these elements are marked through the numbers
from 1 to 4.
In my opinion these
elements symbolize main categories,
which in the Mayan calendar are depicted through
colors and have following meanings:
RED: East, Beginning, Element Earth, Physical Body
WHITE: North, Refining, Element Air, Spirit
BLUE: West, Transformation, Element Water, Soul
YELLOW: South, Ripening, Element Fire, Awareness
From the Central Source, called Hunab Ku, emanate cosmic energies, which
come to us through pulsations. These pulsations have specific qualities
and are called the 13 Tones of Creation.
Depiction of Hunab Ku
Tone 6 has following qualities:
Balance, Equilibrium, Organization, Equalizing of the bodies
Once in 13 days we receive Tone 6 and can use this energy to balance
Wood - the location of the crop circle, is chosen not by chance. Tone 6
helps us to balance our energy bodies, to balance all our parts and
Through Tone 6 we can balance our 4 main energy “parts”: Physical body,
Spirit, Soul and Awareness.
On the crop circle this balancing is depicted in the following way:
Each square consists of 4 equal elements, with equal form and size.
Besides, all elements on the formation are balanced towards the
horizontal axis AC and towards the vertical axis BD.
On the crop circle is chosen the square as figure, which depicts
stability, a strong foundation. When we are balanced, when we have
balanced our 4 energy bodies, we feel ourselves stable.
Color image of the crop circle by the artist
has created a color image of the crop circle, where the 4 main
categories are depicted with their corresponding colors.
Heartfelt THANKS to Graham Sanson for the wonderful illustration!!
Cordial thanks also to the authors of this astonishing crop circle and
to the photographers: