by Robert Wilkinson
While perusing the archives, I found this gem written some time ago extensively exploring the "Mayan calendar" currently being cited as indicating the end of time on December 21, 2012. I found that the Dreamspell "Mayan calendar" being used is NOT the true Mayan calendar, was never used by the Maya, and is only somewhat related to the original way the Maya recorded time. If you're wondering what the Mayan experts have to say about 2012 being "the end of time," read on.
As I wrote in the original article,
All forms of time-telling eventually hit an end point. Not time itself, since that's merely the medium by which we measure our experiences in space. But the way we note time must hit an end at some point, unless it's a universal calendar.
I do believe that 2012 is a very important year, due to astrological aspects I've written about that are in play. I do know we have drastic environmental upheaval coming in our future, due to the destabilization of the Earth... I expect widespread upheaval given what's been set into motion already. And there are other possibilities, from discovering things we've never known before that will change our view of history to actual contact with forms of higher intelligences.
I know that after 2020-2025, the future of humanity is very, very bright. There will be a greater community consciousness than we've known in many millennia and a radically changed view of the world, freed of the current delusions presently destroying civilization as we've known it.
For your renewed interest and perusal, here's The Mayan Calendar, 2012, What’s To Come and Hope For The Future - Enjoy!
A note - When you go to the original Mayan calendar article, you'll find one of the links directs you to a community political site I once ran under a different name before it was stolen by a hacker. (To anticipate responses, I chose to walk away rather than take legal action since that site had run its course and had become burdensome. Gotta know which battles aren't worth the time and trouble!) Anyway, that link will take you to an article on Greenland melting, with busted links to other articles I wrote about this major disaster that confronts our world. If there's enough interest, I can re-post all three articles here under one banner, for those who want to see what the grim news was two years ago. I promise it's not getting any better.
Of related interest to 2012:
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