Animism dominated the pre-flood science and technology of human civilization across the globe for 13,000 years. Animistic cultures built the antediluvian pyramids at Giza, and the megalithic sites of Göbekli Tepe, Machu Picchu, Baalbek, Easter Island, Stonehenge, and more. Animism continued as the dominant belief of post-flood civilizations in Sumer, Egypt, ancient Greece and Rome, Angkor Wat, Teotihuacán, El Mirador, and the Maya.
Animism perceives that all objects and systems—humans, animals, plants, rocks, rivers, weather, arts and crafts, writing, symbols, and speech—are animated and thus alive in their own right.
You can think of it in terms of our ancestors’ understanding of the unseen world; the electromagnetic spectrum, gravity, nuclear and other forces, as well as the different animistic sciences they used to work with these forces in medicine, engineering, astronomy, and natural construct of time.
In other words, this isn’t a jacket, it’s a living being infused with your will, your spiritual awareness, and your intent. This jacket features twenty gods and thirteen symbols cut from the Dresden Codex, an 11th-century Mayan divinatory manuscript duplicated from an 8th-century original.
The vision of Mystics of the Maya is to resurrect these and other animistic principles. We achieve this through indigenous storytelling, education, and design. Awareness of the interdependence of all life on earth and how to synchronize with natural time, inside and out, is one antidote to the hollow scientific materialism seeking to dominate all aspects of your life today.
This jacket comes in Chinese Red, Metallic Gold, Dark Gray Blue, Mayan Blue, Silver, and more.
The spirit of this jacket is governed by the Mayan creator God, Itzamna. Itzamna gifted the Mayan civilization with sophisticated astronomy, mathematics, writing, and medicine. How sophisticated?
The Mayan calendar, commonly viewed as an archaic timepiece from a stone-age culture, is a fractal algorithm in perfect harmony with thousands of astronomical and electromagnetic phenomena. How is it possible that the Maya, and their predecessors at El Mirador, as far back as 5000 B.C. were capable of these kinds of scientific observations?
Bear in mind also that modern science became aware of these same astronomical and electromagnetic phenomena at the turn of the 20th-century. We are many thousands of years behind. 2012 allegedly ended a 26,000-year cycle of the Mayan calendar. It is now understood by modern science that this cycle refers to the Axial Precession. Axial precession is the gradual shift in the orientation of the Earth’s axis, as it rotates in a complete circle over 26,000 years. We are in the first 20-year (K’atun) period of the new 26,000-year cycle. According to the Mayan calendar, this is the tumultuous reordering of all life on earth. Our collective vision of the future is decided now and will determine the course of humanity over the next 26,000-years.
For more information on the fractal nature of the Mayan calendar, visit The Sacred Count.
Wear this jacket under a hoodie, a winter coat, or a jean jacket. Wear it openly as an encrypted statement of animistic power, technology, and ethics. This jacket is suitable to wear at home, on semi-formal occasions, and to all casual gatherings. It is our sacred right to gather. It is our sacred duty to gather, particularly in the face of those who seek to divide us while seeking to impose their vision of a transhumanist technocratic beast system.
We are all Indigenous! Act accordingly!
This jacket is light enough to wear overtop a t-shirt or a long sleeve shirt on a spring or fall day. It is thin and breathable enough to wear as cover from the sun. No matter how you wear it you will look amazing and the influence of its animistic power will quietly influence everyone around you.
With a comfortable brushed fleece interior, relaxed cut, and a premium quality print, this designer bomber Jacket is for animistic Men. It is a meaningful and highly versatile addition to your wardrobe. Grab it now!
• 100% polyester
• Fabric weight: 6.49 oz/yd² (220 g/m²), weight may vary by 5%
• Brushed fleece fabric inside
• Unisex fit
• Overlock seams
• Sturdy neck tape
• Silver YKK zipper
• 2 self-fabric pockets