Last December my friends and I (practicing pagans, all) held a Winter Solstice celebration. It was different from any others that we’ve done, in that this time we were particularly mindful that it marked the one year count down to the resetting of the Mayan Calendar. It’s officially scheduled at sundown, December 21, 2012, and it has everyone in a tizzy.
Fear sells. Hollywood and half a dozen fiction writers would have us believe that the world will end on that day, and that most of mankind will parish. Even though people know that the huge special effects of the move aren’t likely to be reproduced in nature, many are spooked by all the dire predictions, non-the-less. What they don’t realize is that they got it wrong.
The resetting of the Mayan Calendar isn’t so much about the death of the old world, as it is about the beginning of a new one. The old don’t die instantly, when the new come on board. If that were true, we would all be raised in orphanages. Instead, there is a period of transition. In the case of people, it’s called childhood and lasts about 20 years. In the case of galactic ages, it’s about two hundred years of global chaos. It’s not as bad as it could be. We’ve already gone through most of it
When mankind shifted from the “Age of Aries” to the “Age of Pisces,” it was preceded by the fall of the Roman Empire. The birth, life and death of a man in Palestine, who’s teachings would hold sway over billions of people two thousand later, was hardly noticed by anyone at the time. (The symbol of Pisces is a fish. It was also the icon of the early Christian Church, indicating that it thought itself linked to the new Piscean age.)
The change from Pisces to Aquarius has already been heralded by two World Wars. Plenty of chaos there, but there’s likely to be more, perhaps the war with China that many prophesize, or a global economic meltdown (which for my money is more likely). While either future is unpleasant to contemplate, they’re not the end of the world, and won’t cause the deaths of billions of people . . . (millions, perhaps, but not billions).
Just like the Romans, we probably aren’t yet aware of who or what, will represent Aquarian Age for the next two millennia It won’t take as long to found out, though, because we have mass media now and the world is so much smaller. But regardless of what the Aquarian Age will look like, it’s on the calendar to begin this December.
I promised recently to share with my readers what my friend Harold has channeled, concerning the Mayan prophesy. As I’ve stated in previous posts, I’m normally very skeptical of channeled information. I would dare to say that 98 percent of such material is phony, either due to self-delusion or out-and-out fraud. The other 2 percent are real, however. While people should consider themselves lucky to know one real psychic, fortune has blessed me with three such friends. Harold channels a chorus of Grays, who answer our questions from time to time. Much of what he has told me has been independently verified (without prior knowledge) by one or both of my two other psychic friends. Harold is for real.
At the Winter Solstice two years ago, Harold and I asked his Grays if we were on track for the resetting of the Mayan Calendar. Their answer was, “Give or take a year.” Last December we asked again and were told that it would begin sometime in the middle of the second Obama administration. (Place your bets on Obama; boys, the Grays say he’s going to win.)
As to the nature of the “chaos” that is yet to come, Harold has been shown several visions of the future. One that he has seen more than once is a world devastated by Climate Change, with cities underwater, volcanoes erupting along the Ring of Fire, and the wars that will result when billions of people are forced to find somewhere else to live.
Another scenario that has been presented to Harold is that of a global economic meltdown, which any good economist will tell you is a very real possibility, given that the causes of this last “recession” haven’t been properly addressed. But the vision that Harold has been presented with most often is also the most disturbing, because it’s man-made and deliberate. It really is a “Doomsday Scenario.”
Harold has been presented with the same vision for several years now. It involves a man-made, virulent pathogen, released into the global population with the intent to depopulate most of the planet. Such an act is almost too repugnant to contemplate, because in this case it WOULD result in the death of billions of people. Why would any sane person want to do such a thing? At first I couldn’t understand why the Grays would imply that this future, over all the others that Harold has been shown, had the best chance of coming true. (In recent months, Harold’s visions of this particular future have increased in number, over all the others.) I couldn’t understand it, until I gave it some thought.
There are evil people who do evil things, but they almost always don’t think themselves as being evil. To them “The end justifies the means,” whatever it may be. Heinrich Himmler, the man Hitler charged with carrying out his genocide against the Jews, was asked by his dentist, “Why, being that you’re a religious man and believe in an afterlife, would you jeopardize your very soul by doing such a thing.” Himmler’s reply was telling. He said that he realized that he had damned himself to hell, but was willing to make the sacrifice for the greater good of Germany.
My point is that if the end is perceived to be important enough, any means that will achieve it might be considered to be worth the cost. Climate Change, with all the disruption that it will cause in the next century is well understood by the “Powers-That-Be.” The C.I.A. leaked a report on Climate Change a couple of years ago that said in twenty years, London and New York will be underwater. It was a one day news story and was then promptly “forgotten.” A more recent news report said that climate scientists believe that by the end of the century, our planet will only be able to support one half its present population. The people with the power to implement such a plan may feel that, for the sake of those who can survive, those who can’t should be eliminated before they cause trouble. The billions of people who would be displaced won’t have to move if they die in their homes first. Faced with this kind of “Hobson’s Choice,” could the end ever justify the means? I don’t know. What would you do?
I really don’t want to end this post on such a fearful note. The future is only frightening because it’s unknown. Even the most dire situation doesn’t seem as overwhelming if we know what to expect. Deloris Cannon, noted UFO researcher, says her ETs tell her that there are only two things on which humans should concentrate. First, all past life karma is “forgiven. Instead, people are to concentrate on cleaning up their karma in this life. Second, people should concentrate on eliminating fear from all aspects of their lives. These two items make up the life work upon which we’re to concentrate, she said.
The second directive is the really hard one. While it may be difficult for most of us to say that we’re sorry when we transgress, it takes real courage to admit to oneself, despite the false front we put up for other people to see, that deep down inside we’re really afraid. Fear is the big nut to crack. It is the root of all things negative and only serves to stifle our spiritual growth and limit our potential. The only positive thing that can be said about fear is that we become stronger by overcoming it.
The Mayans believe that when their calendar resets a new “Golden Age” will begin for mankind. The new Age of Aquarius is said to be an age of enlightenment. Although there may be a few bumps along the road, if these ancient prophases prove to be true, our long-term future actually looks pretty bright.