One Earth One People One TimeNoos-letter of the Foundation for the Law of Time

Featured Time is Art Artist - Issue #34

[Martin Mancha - Zuvuya Circuit]

1. What is your artform and/or vision?

In my early 20s, I found I was deeply interested in the current era of this spiral of time that I have chosen to come to witness a great collective expansion of conscious on Earth. Some time in 1997, I read José Argüelles' "Mayan Factor" and continued a discovery of myself and a connection to an ancient wisdom, something I knew was meaningful for me as I looked around seeking meaning in a seemingly meaningless world. I began connecting with others in the 1320 tribe and other creative souls. The internet quickly became a resource to share wisdom and in between my day job, I was fine tuning my digital art skills, expanding and focusing my artistic vision. I used the concept of Zuvuya after reading Argüelles' "Surfers of the Zuvuya" and created the website name Zuvuya Circuit, which Hubatz Men defined as; "Zuvuya is the circuit by which everything returns to itself. Everything is the memory of itself." After decoding my galactic signature, Blue Rhythmic Storm (Kin 19), it became clear that I had a mission to catalyze and balance others and bring visions of cosmic consciousness back down to Earth.

2. What other artists inspire you?

I am inspired by Salvador Dali, Alex Grey, Susan Seddon-Boulet, Amanda Sage, HR Giger, Oleg A. Korolev along with many other Musicians, Performers and Spiritual Plants and Leaders.

3. What does the phrase "Time is Art" mean to you?

This phrase means that everything we do in our life is a manifestation of our creative expression, this is our sole purpose as beings here on Earth, wether we are talking, walking, painting, singing, cooking or even cleaning our living space, we should do it with love and as an expression of our uniqueness. I took this phrase very seriously back in 2006, when I was laid off of my last full-time job, I then decided I had to become a freelance graphic designer and "own my time", making much more time to do more hiking, meditations, yoga, cooking and of course art.

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