A Poem & Meditation in Remembrace of Jose Arguelles (Valum Votan) | Ashland Resource Center

I attended a memorial service for Jose Arguelles in Ashland, Oregon at high noon with thirteen other kin. We honored a great visionary of our time who seeded our consciousness with the law of time and 13 moon calendar. He was the author of many books including "The Mayan Factor," founded the Whole Earth Festival in Davis, California and the 1987 Harmonic Convergence among many other accomplishments.

 

For Jose by Ivan Arguelles

Dali 15, Red Spectral Moon Year, Blue Spectral Monkey - Gamma 17, Red Overtone Moon Year, Red Spectral Moon

(1/24/1939 - 3/23/2011)

Here is where we part,
yours is the section to the left numbered Zero,
mine has been carefully removed,
together we had searched,
together we, came apart, magnify no the dank spot,
tomorrow is a definite improbability,
hush, ponder, whiten this page over,
who is the deity of the step-ladder?
Pray we must to his numen,
washed in grief to the thumbnail,
the human portion in its inch,
look then to the stars!

Noogenesis Meditation Vow by Jose Arguelles

Editor's Note: This is a powerful vow to remind us of our unity and reactivate our shared star mission. You might want to read this aloud during any ceremony or vigil you may do for him.

We who take this vow are the nameless ones
Sent here from afar - on other world systems
The time has come for us to fulfill
The ancient pledge we took to be as one
In the enactment of our sacred duty
One breath are we to become
One life, one sacred bond
In order to lift up this Earth
Into its memory among the stars.

Noogenesis

Is the name of our assignment
Only by the nameless ones
Can this assignment be completed
One breath, one life, one sacred bond.

Noogenesis

The vow to be fulfilled
We take this vow in meditation
That all beings may be freed
A new world be born
And the Rainbow be the light of consciousness
Guiding us all into the Infinite One.

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