What is the Ancient Future? How can these opposite words possibly come together and actually mean something coherent? Is there a definition of Ancient Future? This philosophical essay presents insights from a research publication I have been working in. It is an exegesis of the term Ancient Future and it explores its modern cultural meanings across a multidimensional timeline of humanity. The study focuses on the fact that its two compound words, Ancient and Future, are directly correlated to the fourth dimension of time (4th Dimension), therefore the interpretation is done from a multidimensional perspective which also extends to the 5th and 6th Dimension. A hermeneutical analysis shows that the Maya Civilisation included a multidimensional Ancient Future aspect, which far exceeds the behaviour of any other Ancient Civilisation. It also finds that the cultural meanings of this term appear to have been expressed as a mere descriptive adjective supporting other conceptualisations, rather than defining the concept itself. Therefore, this writing presents a philosophical definition and theory of Ancient Future, establishing the existence of three types of Ancient Future, one within the field of Prophecy, one within the field of Revelation and one within the field of Wisdom. The conclusions of this work maintain that Ancient Future is essentially the continuum infinite loop of the Cosmos reflected in Multidimensional Consciousness.
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A profound vision of the Feathered Serpent, the mythical archetype of the Ancient Mesoamerica, who is portrayed by Pakal the Great, the legendary Maya King of Lakamha’ (Great Waters, Palenque). A significant revelation embedded within the centre of the Sacred Count of the Tzolkin, 13 Ok, Dreamspell Kin 130, Harmonic 33, and what I have defined as the “Mystical Centre of 33”. This essay unveils how King Pakal entered this mystical portal in order to transcend as Cosmic Love, embodying the Love Story of the Eagle and the Serpent inside the Tzolkin. A mythical re-creation of the birth of Kukulkan and the mystery of the Maya Dragon. In this way, King Pakal confirms an inter-dimensional axis where the Ancient Maya Tzolkin and the Galactic Maya Dreamspell actually synchronise.
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