Mater Yang Hsiung, the Han dynasty’s most eminent and yet little known thinker, is probably the first thinker in history to have noticed something odd about the ternary numbers (trifold marks of subtle energy in Yang and Yin and a marker representing “unity” or “flux”).
When arranged into hexagrams, 3^6 (729), they formed a nearly perfect solar calendar, each glyph representing 12 hours of the year. Arranged into regular patterns, the figures described history’s cycles and the course of evolution. He wrote philosophical poetry to describe the complex relationship between time, the individual, and the community.
Yang Hsiung was implicated with political rebels and condemned for his deviations from Confucian and Taoist orthodoxy. And soon the calendar based on Master Yang’s Canon of Supreme Mystery was largely forgotten.
The calendar of the triune infinite is returning as it’s never been seen before … in March 2016.
I have spent more than 5 years developing a new take on the Canon of Supreme Mystery, one which may very well astonish you. It reveals something fundamental and shocking about the nature of language which has heretofore gone unnoticed: that when infinity is represented in a ternary formulation of subtle energy, the Mystery is revealed in the Word.
Lao Tzu said, “The name that can be named is not the enduring and unchanging name.”
But he hadn’t seen what I have seen: the glimmerings of a hidden, secret Universal Language of Energy at the root of the thought-bones of the cosmos, buried in ternary patterns of subtle thought.
Like Master Yang’s calendar of old, the New Kalendar begins at the winter solstice. It tells us that in 2016 CE, the world is entering into a New Mystery.
In the new year, may you discover the New Mystery.