P U M A P U N K U 1
2020 Oil on stretched canvas (40 X 60") at $5600.
Initialed on front. Signed, titled & dated on back.
O U R S E C R E T O R I G I N S
"Like the roots of every tree in the forest, the roots of the kundalini energy is firmly planted in the Earth. And like your ethereal body, Earth also has an ethereal body with vortices: her very own chakra system. The kundalini Shakti energy in your human body is actually rooted to the epicenter of the Earth’s core, in between the north and south poles which change from time to time depending on the rotational tilt of the Earth’s axis. This 'axial precession' traces out a circle and is known as the precession of the equinoxes. Earth goes through one such complete precessional cycle roughly every 26,000 years or one degree every 72 years, during which the positions of stars will slowly change in both ecliptic longitude and equatorial coordinates.
...the Mayans were aware that every 13,000 years, or one-half of an axial precession, the location of Mother Earth’s kundalini and root chakra changes location on her surface. This circular area of highly concentrated life force energy encompasses about 700 miles in diameter. For the last 13,000 years, the kundalini of the Earth has been located in the western mountains of Tibet, and the precessional cycle of 13,000 years before that, on Atlantis, which is the location where the Atlantean inner priesthood dwelled, the Nakkal Brotherhood.
In the nascence of this last precessional cycle and the ending of the cycle prior, the Nakkal Brotherhood had to abandon their beloved home of Atlantis to follow Mother Earth’s Serpent of Light and after they did they ended up high in the Himalayan mountains of Tibet where they built a magnificent white pyramid—larger than the Great Pyramid of Giza—in a valley there. This pyramid would be the new location for the Earth’s root chakra—the electromagnetic vortex for the Earth’s kundalini energy—for the subsequent 13,000 years. Until now."
~ Jason Lincoln Jeffers, The Next Human
Puma "cougar," punku "door," is part of a monument group that is part of the Tiwanaku Site in Bolivia dating to AD 536 and is thought to have been "unimaginably wondrous," adorned with polished metal plaques, brightly colored ceramic and fabric ornamentation, and visited by costumed citizens, elaborately dressed priests, and elites decked in exotic jewelry. The eastern edge of the Pumapunku is occupied by a platform consisting of a stone terrace that is paved with multiple enormous stone blocks weighing up to 131 tons.