33 Year Diamond
Updated last on  electric night : 8 cib : day 228 of organic spring equinox year  © 2013 Raah Sirus
Step 1  Solar time measurement (sun rising east)
As marker points, the twice yearly occurance of the Solstice in winter and summer, and Equinox in spring and autumn are compariable in meaning and measure to the 4 sides of a pyramid. Therefore they can be related to as the foundation for the solar cycle. In order to keep track of them our ancestors have built many temples, stonecircles, pyramids to name a few, and to this day these sacred days are celebrated ceremonially to honour 4 directions, north, east, west and south {n.e.w.s}
If compared to the cycle of the day, the cycle of the year can be paired up thus:
Midnight = Winter solstice ( North ), Sunrise = Spring equinox ( East ),
Midday = Summer solstice ( South ), Sunset = Autumn equinox ( West )
*viewed from northern hemisphere*
It is no surprise that to honour the dawning of a New year ~ since Spring equinox = fractal equivalent or dawn i.e. sunrise in the East ~ beginning of new day / year, the Spring equinox has been the number 1 day to measure the length of the year with ( also Traditioanlly 0 degrees Aries in Astrology ).
In the diagram below the equinox is being measured by the day in which the Sun rises directly east, and as long as the same rule applies to the end of the measurement this can be used to confirm the exact length of the year ~ though the day it occurs depends on latitude for example; Edinburgh compared to the Equator.
18th Mar 2013 = Sun rising East at Edinburgh (55. North)
20th Mar 2013 = Sun rising East at Equator (0. N/S)
Another way to do this is to mark the equinox day when number hours of day and night are equal, or 12 hours of day and 12 hours of night, though nothing in nature is exact like a clock ( yet we need a clock to scientifically proove that ) so it isnt exacly 12 hours ( there are a few minutes difference in it ).... for example; Edinburgh compared to the Equator.
18th Mar 2013 = Sun rising East at Edinburgh (55. North) = 6h 20m ~ 12h 21m ~ 18h 23m
20th Mar 2013 = Sun rising East at Equator (0. N/S) = 6h 05m ~ 12h 08m ~ 18h 11m
Over time using these methods our ancestors from all over the world, came to the same conclusion, that the length of the year was more than just 365 days exactly. In order to deal with the extra days accumulated, various different leapsystems were created.
365 + 8/33 = Persian leapday cycle of 33 years, length of year = 365.24242
365 + 90/372 = N.T.F.M. leapday cycle of 372 years, length of year = 365.24194
365 + 97/400 = Gregorian leapday cycle of 400 years, length of year = 365.24250
365 + 365/1507 = Mayan leapday cycle of 1507 years, length of year = 365.24220
The one I will be focusing on here is the 33 year cycle of the Persians as during my research this pattern of leapdays has been confirmed as accurate for an average year length over 20,000 years (centred between 1bc/1ad), and also over 200 years between the years of 1900 and 2099 (more info in part 3 of this page).
{click here for online spreadsheet  calculating average year length over 20,000 years}
{click here for online table  calculating average year length over 200 years}
The following diagram shows the distribution of leapdays within the Persian style 33 year cycle in mandala form. The leapdays have been marked around the edges in Mayan notation, as I feel its really only when our worlds planetary knowledge is blended together that we see the true magic of these timeless codes, so I honour this here, blessed be..
33 year cycle = 33 x 365 days ( + 8 leapdays ) = 12053 days
12053 / 33 = 365.2424 days
Step 2  Fitting it all together as the larger fractal pattern
From studying sacred geometry, over time it became apparent that as a sub cycle the 33 leapday cycle had a leapday every 4 years, plus an extra 33 year at the end. This lead me to draw this patten out in geometry in the graphic below, reflecting the 3 regular years 365 days, plus the extra 366 days of the leapyear.
To draw it: Inner circle ~ radius
= 2/3 distance from center of outer triangle to midpoint of one of its 3 edges.
Outer 3 circles ~ all cross midpoint, from center points = occur on circumference of inner circle, where 3 invisible lines from the center of outer triangle to its outer 3 points cross the inner circle.
All 4 circles of the 4 year matrix
display exactly the same diameter and radius as each other
Later through relating the pattern of dividing the 365 days year into (4x91) + 1 = 365, for working with 13 moon system (13:28) it was noted that the same can be said of the leap year of 366, in that its pattern would work similarally as (5x73) +1 = 366. From here on I renamed the 2 different year lengths for the purpose of explaining the inner workings of this graphic:
cross years (365 days) = 4 x 91 (+1) = "4 sided" cross = divided by four
star year (366 days) = 5 x 73 (+1) = "5 pointed" star = divided by five
Step 3  33 year Diamond Matrix of the Sun / Earth system
Above is the complete graphic of my prototype Diamond matrix for the 33 year cycle. Within it can be seen 8 leapday subcycles of 4 years, plus the extra 33rd year in the middle (with flower of life matrix in the background).
8 x (3 x 365 + 1 x 366) + 365 = 12053 days per cycle
12053 / 33 = 365.2424...
Below is a table showing the dates of all Spring & Autumn equinoxes over a whole 33 year cycle + 8 years. In it you can see the pattern of the Mayan day signs repeating, a pattern the Mayans would have be able to see very clearly by noting the date every year when the Sun rises East;
~ every 4 years, leap day cycle, the day of the Spring equinox skips 1 number
~ the same is true of the Autumn equinox ( starting at year 23 of 33 ~ 11:11:11 ... the 3rd 11th )
~ Table of 33 year cycle of the Diamond Matrix ~
All measurements done using the Organic year matrix
Time anchored from Edinburgh, Arthurs Seat (55.94 N / 3.16 W)
( 0h0m00s ) beginning at 05:49 S.E. 2008 and at 06:08 S.E. 2041 (dawn UT)
tracking exact dates of Spring and Autumn Equinox 20082040 + 20412048
within Traditional Mayan tzolkin, and includes number of days between them.
Year of 33 
Spring Equinox 

Days between 

Autumn Equinox 
Days between 
1 
Year 2008
Kin 243  9 Akbal 

186 

Year 2008
Kin 169  13 Muluc 
179 
2 
Year 2009
Kin 088  10 Lamat 

186 

Year 2009
Kin 014  1 Ix 
179 







3 
Year 2010
Kin 193  11 Ben 

187 

Year 2010
Kin 120  3 Ahau 
178 
4 
Year 2011
Kin 038  12 Edznab 

187 

Year 2011
Kin 225  4 Chicchan 
179 







5 
Year 2012
Kin 144  1 Kan 

186 

Year 2012
Kin 070  5 Oc 
179 
6 
Year 2013
Kin 029  2 Muluc 

186 

Year 2013
Kin 175  6 Men 
179 







7 
Year 2014
Kin 094  3 Ix 

187 

Year 2014
Kin 021  8 Imix 
178 
8 
Year 2015
Kin 199  4 Cauac 

187 

Year 2015
Kin 126  9 Cimi 
179 







9 
Year 2016
Kin 045  6 Chicchan 

186 

Year 2016
Kin 231  10 Chuen 
179 
10 
Year 2017
Kin 150  7 Oc 

186 

Year 2017
Kin 076  11 Cib 
179 







11 
Year 2018
Kin 255  8 Eagle 

187 

Year 2018
Kin 182  13 Ik 
178 
12 
Year 2019
Kin 100  9 Ahau 

187 

Year 2019
Kin 027  1 Manik 
179 







13 
Year 2020
Kin 206  11 Cimi 

186 

Year 2020
Kin 132  2 Eb 
179 
14 
Year 2021
Kin 051  12 Chuen 

186 

Year 2021
Kin 237  3 Caban 
179 







15 
Year 2022
Kin 156  13 Cib 

187 

Year 2022
Kin 083  5 Akbal 
178 
16 
Year 2023
Kin 001  1 Imix 

187 

Year 2023
Kin 188  6 Lamat 
179 







17 
Year 2024
Kin 107  3 Manik 

186 

Year 2024
Kin 033  7 Ben 
179 
18 
Year 2025
Kin 212  4 Eb 

186 

Year 2025
Kin 138  8 Edznab 
179 







19 
Year 2026
Kin 057  5 Caban 

187 

Year 2026
Kin 244  10 Kan 
178 
20 
Year 2027
Kin 162  6 Ik 

187 

Year 2027
Kin 089  11 Muluc 
179 







21 
Year 2028
Kin 008  8 Lamat 

186 

Year 2028
Kin 194  12 Ix 
179 
22 
Year 2029
Kin 113  9 Ben 

186 

Year 2029
Kin 039  13 Cauac 
179 
23 
Year 2030
Kin 218  10 Edznab 

186 

Year 2030
Kin 144  1 Kan 
179 







24 
Year 2031
Kin 063  11 Akbal 

187 

Year 2031
Kin 250  3 Oc 
179 







25 
Year 2032
Kin 169  13 Muluc 

186 

Year 2032
Kin 095  4 Men 
179 
26 
Year 2033
Kin 014  1 Ix 

186 

Year 2033
Kin 200  5 Ahau 
179 
27 
Year 2034
Kin 119  2 Cauac 

186 

Year 2034
Kin 065  6 Chicchan 
179 







28 
Year 2035
Kin 224  3 Kan 

187 

Year 2035
Kin 151  8 Chuen 
179 







29 
Year 2036
Kin 070  5 Oc 

186 

Year 2036
Kin 256  9 Cib 
179 
30 
Year 2037
Kin 175  6 Men 

186 

Year 2037
Kin 101  10 Imix 
179 
31 
Year 2038
Kin 020  7 Ahau 

186 

Year 2038
Kin 206  11 Cimi 
179 







32 
Year 2039
Kin 125  8 Chicchan 

187 

Year 2039
Kin 052  13 Eb 
179 







33 
Year 2040
Kin 231  10 Chuen 

186 

Year 2040
Kin 157  1 Caban 
179 







Total days between S.E. and A.E. = (13 x 187) + (20 x 186) = 6151 days
note the appearence of the ratio 13:20 !
6151 / 33 = 186.39393... = average time between S.E. and A.E.
Total days between A.E. and S.E. = (5 x 178) + (28 x 179) = 5902 days
5902 / 33 = 178.84848... = average time between A.E. and S.E.
186.39393 + 178.84848
= 365.24242... Total days per Spring equinox year
(8 leap days over 33 years) = 33 year cycle of the Persians
365 + (8/33) = 365.24242...
or
6151 + 5902 = 12053 days ( 46 x 260 ( +93 ) )
Kin 243 ( S.E. of 2008 ) + 93 = 336
336  260 = Kin 076 ( S.E. of 2041 )
Year of 33

Spring Equinox 
Days between 
Autumn Equinox 
Days between 
1 
Year 2041
Kin 076  11 Cib 
186 
Year 2041
Kin 002  2 Ik 
179 
2 
Year 2042
Kin 181  12 Imix 
186 
Year 2042
Kin 107  3 Manik 
179 



skip number 4 

3 
Year 2043
Kin 026  13 Cimi 
187 
Year 2043
Kin 213  5 Ben 
178 
4 
Year 2044
Kin 131  1 Chuen 
187 
Year 2044
Kin 058  6 Etznab 
179 

skip number 2 



5 
Year 2045
Kin 237  3 Caban 
186 
Year 2045
Kin 163  7 Akbal 
179 
6 
Year 2046
Kin 082  4 Ik 
186 
Year 2046
Kin 008  8 Lamat 
179 



skip number 9 

7 
Year 2047
Kin 187  5 Manik 
187 
Year 2047
Kin 114  10 Ix 
178 
8 
Year 2048
Kin 032  6 Eb 
187 
Year 2048
Kin 219  11 Cauac 
179 

skip number 7 



The pattern of days between S.E. to A.E. & A.E. to S.E. can also be seen to be repeating over the first 8 years of the 2nd 33 year cycle above, in exactly the same number pattern sequence as the 1st one.
All measurements done using the Organic year matrix & tradition Mayan count
Conclusion  mutually self affirming time matrices
of the Mayans and Persians
Therefore both the Mayan and Persian systems of time converge through utizing a 33 year cycle. The average year length of 365.2424... being woven with the 260 day cycle of the sacred Tzolkin. Its also good to note the matrix of the Tzolkin is made up of the ratio 13:20, which was seen inherent in the pattern of days through the sequence of Spring equinoxes, and that the sum of the numbers 13 + 20 = 33.
It was through the Diamond matrix that the Infinity Codes were born ;)
blended to become flower of infinite diamond light + beauty !
External links that relate to 33 year cycle:
> Skyscript: The Astronomy and Astrology of the Solar Hero Myth, by Robin Heath
> John Dee's Calendar and God's Longitude
> The Persian Calendar
> Solar Hijri calendar  Wikipedia
> "The Leonid meteor shower peaks around 17 November of each year (org.243).
Approximately every 33 years, the Leonid shower produces a meteor storm, peaking at rates of thousands of meteors per hour."
