This last Chapter of the book was unfortunately removed from the formal publication by FLT in 2014. This inspirational writing is the only existing autobiography of Valum’s Prophetic Ministry, a truly profound Memory of the origins of the Planet Art Network, the Dreamspell Journey and the New Time Prophecy. It shows how important was the input of Lloydine Bolon Ik for this whole manifestation on Earth. “The Art Planet Chronicles: The Making of the Fifth Ring” was written by José Argüelles in 1981 and it was released for free to the whole Planet Art Network in 1996, including the Author’s Afterword.
This missing Chapter was shared by Tortuga1320 to the Planetary Kin on a Blue Magnetic Storm day, Kin 79 of the Blue Spectral Storm Year 2016. These timeless words from Valum Votan were precisely written on the same Kin 79 but during the Self-Existing Storm Year of 1996. Kin 79 was also the wavespell which guided the Ascension of Valum in Kin 89. By sharing this missing Chapter, including its original and symbolic pages’ numbers (164 = Kin 164, Galactic Seed), we Honour with Gratitude the Galactic Source of the Sacred Codes by which many of us live today. This is the Planet Art History of Peace that was seeded by Valum and Bolon Ik.
In Lak’ech ❤
The Art Planet Chronicles: The Making of the Fifth Ring
It was almost sixteen years ago that I met a beautiful woman, still in her late 30s, exactly when I needed to meet her. It doesn’t even seem right to say that I met her, for that assumes too much control on my part, yet so it was. Let’s just say that we came together as we were meant to, and my life was never to be the same again.
I had just turned 42, and was a downwardly mobile professor of art history who had just finished with a marriage of thirteen years destroyed by what seemed to be my hopeless alcoholism. My inner power was strong, however, and so was my guidance. No sooner had I come to resolute terms with that dreadful addiction in a forlorn cabin located at high Colorado mountain meditation retreat center, then she was there, inseparable it now seems from my newly awakened state of being.
Love came suddenly, as it often does. Yet wanting to make sure of my sobriety, I waited a half-year or so before I knew I should live with this woman, Lloydine Burris Mecklenburg. It was sometime around Hiroshima Day, 1981 (A.H. 36) that we became partners sharing the same bed and breaking bread together.