Monday True Time 13:20

Happy Memorial Day. The whole point of the Tzolkin is to jog our cosmic memory to remember who we are in true time and why we came to the planet. I’d like those memories to be the ones we focus on here. Whatever you focus your mind on and feel becomes one with every cell of your body so it is an important choice, and somewhat subtle.

Code0-19; 15:17:5:57. We see the predominance of five and seven here so we’re looking at radiant, overtone spirituality

We’ve changed harmonics and are now in HF15 governed by IChing Hx18; Work on what has been spoiled/decay. Does that mean tend to your mushrooms? LOL Or maybe clean up the fungus in your basement? Or clean up an internal fungus in your body such as Candidiasis? Put down the baked goods, ice cream, and soda.

The two DNA nucleotides moving are GCG-Arginine and CGC Alanine. 766.8 is the designated Hertz which is tone G5.

5Gforce is 9 Alanine, Blue 9 Night informs your 5th dimensional self.

I pulse in order to dream

Realizing intuition

I seal the input of abundance

I am guided by the power of self-generation

With the solar tone of intentionAmino Acids moving are 5 Phenylalanine, 5 Glycine, 5 Serine, 5 Isoleucine, and 9 Valine

Tzolkin Archetype names; Red Earth, White Wind, Red Serpent, Blue Hand, Yellow Seed.

Phenylalanine (L-phenylalanine, Phe, F) amino acid molecule. Skeletal formula.

*It’s interesting to note that in this harmonic we have Tyrosine (White Mirror) then Tryptophan (Blue Storm) and then the Stop Codon = Proline (0=20) Yellow 8 Sun.

 The –OH group of tyrosine is able both to donate and accept a hydrogen bond. In addition, the side chains of histidine, tyrosine, phenylalanine and tryptophan are also able to form weak hydrogen bonds of the types, OH−π, and CH−O, by other words using electron clouds within their ring structures. For discussion of OH−π, and CH−O type of hydrogen bonds see: Scheiner et al., 2002.

“Glycine (Gly), (Analog White Wind in the themeplex) being one of the common amino acids, does not have a side chain. Generally, glycine is often found at the surface of proteins, within loop- or coil (without defined secondary structure) regions, providing high flexibility to the polypeptide chain at these locations. This suggests that it is rather hydrophilic.

Proline, on the other hand, is generally non-polar and has properties opposite to those of Glycine, it provides rigidity to the polypeptide chain by imposing certain torsion angles on the segment of the structure. The reason for this is discussed in the section on torsion angles. Glycine and proline are often highly conserved within a protein family since they are essential for the conservation of a particular protein fold.”


A Cation-π Interaction at a Phenylalanine Residue in the Glycine Receptor Binding Site Is Conserved for Different Agonists

Stephan A. Pless,1Ariele P. HanekKerry L. PriceJoseph W. LynchHenry A. LesterDennis A. Dougherty, and Sarah C. R. Lummis

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