In the Mythos of The Kalendar, every number has its own dignity and its own time for shaping and setting the stage for human activity.
The Kalendar starts with 0 at the start of 1 Common Era (CE), near to the birth of Christ in the West and the fall of the Han Dynasty in the East.
The First Millennium CE is linked to the number One and unary concepts such as the Tao. This period of history ended at 1000 CE.
The Second Millennium CE is linked to the number Two and binary concepts such as Yin and Yang. This period of history ended at 2000 CE.
The Third Millennium CE is linked to the number Three and ternary concepts such as Yang-Yin-Yung, the Trinity, and the Trimurti. We are in the first part of this period of time which will last until 3000 CE.
The Kalendar, which is based on a ternary worldview including a Map of subtle energies formulated in base-3 notation (Yang-Yin-Yung or 0-1-2), has an expiration date. As our current Millennium unfolds, its usefulness will likely increase and increase until it reaches a point of maximum utility, and then it will probably become less useful near the end of its run. Long before then, the number Four and quadratic concepts including subtle Maps set into a base-4 system will rise into prominence.
To understand our time, you must understand that the time of the binary worldview and all that it contains has expired. It is past its expiration date, indeed. The longer the world persists in dividing the Real into black and white, 0s and 1s, Yin and Yang, God and Creation, and so on, it is fighting the flow of consciousness as it expands into greater awareness and capacity for complexity.
We must move beyond Yin-Yang into a bold new world of Yang-Yin-Yung.
We must move beyond binary computational models and the logic of rigid polarities into the world of ternary computing and fuzzy logic.
We must move beyond a world where everyone’s gender is assumed to be either male or female, masculine or feminine, and move into a new world of masculine, feminine, and nonbinary.
We stand in need of worldviews capable of operating at a higher level of complexity. Unfortunately, language is a barrier. We must rewrite the source code of language as such in order to facilitate this movement into the Third Millennium CE and the arrival of new frontiers of consciousness.
Yes, this is a Mythos. But Mythos does not mean untrue. A Mythos is a set of myths or assumptions about the Real. Our time is not moving from false myths into true rationality; it is moving from one Mythos to another, more complex and complete and inclusive Mythos.