As part of our star family and another ourself we would love to know more about you. What brought you to Galactic Spacebook and what facets are you most interested in?
Reading books by Jose Arguelles lead me to wanting to know more of calendar change movements past and present which took me to the law of time website and then to here
We've noticed that, more often than not, it is a fascinating story when someone shares how they learned about the Law of Time/13 Moon Calendar/Dreamspell. How or when did you learn about it? :)
I think a whole long story could be written here on things which led me to the law of time but to keep it short I am doing a degree in metaphysical science which includes a topic on mayan astrology and some books from that were the mayan factor and time and the technosphere
What are your favorite books/music/art/movies?
Books - manda scotts boudica series, terence mckenna, dan millmans peaceful warrior set, wizard of the upper amazon basin
Music - istvan sky, john butler, akala, mic righteous, nahko, rainer sheurenbrand
Not too much into art but appreciate most of its forms and try to see art in all things
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