Starting from the secondary structures of proteins to the complete neural network model of a human brain-body system, everything could be represented using time crystals. In the 1970s, only a virus was totally mapped with clocks; now, not just the biological rhythms of a human brain, every single system deep down to the atomic scale are represented as an architecture of clocks or periodic signaling device. Similar to connectome, or complete gene mapping of humans, this chapter sets a journey to build a complete clock-based model of a human brain.