Monday, July 21, 2008

Celebration Begins In the Heart

Before the first year of the Third Millennium was over, there was a big event of which everyone is acutely aware. This event was known as the 9-11. This was the apocalyptic event to set the tone for the fact that we are now all on the Road to 2012. All the signs point to 2012. No one gets to the future without going through December 21, 2012. What does this mean, the end of the cycle? What is actually going on right now in the world that gives us any clue as to why things are happening the way they are happening now. And who were the ancient Maya that they knew these things so well?

On December 21, 2012 a cycle will be complete. A cycle of what the Maya called 13 baktuns. There are 13 baktuns between 3113 B.C. and 2012. A baktun is a cycle of exactly 144,000 days. Thirteen cycles of 144,000 days and you come to the completion of a cycle. This cycle is what we call the cycle of history or the cycle of civilization. This cycle is a very interesting one in the history of the Earth and the evolution of the solar system, and even the history of the galaxy.

Dec. 21, 2012 also marks the ending of a larger cycle, a cycle of 26,000 years. This is a long cycle. There is also a larger cycle than this that closes on Dec. 21, 2012: a cycle of 104,000 years. All of these cycles are coming to a conclusion or a convergent point in 2012.

The climax of this cycle will occur during the seven last moons of the thirteen baktuns (June through December 2012). When the Cycle closes during the Winter Solstice, the Earth should be adorned with a circumpolar bridge which will alter forever human self-perception and elevate it to permanent cosmic consciousness. Then will follow the Seven Mystic Moons to the launching of Timeship Earth 2013, signaling entry of the planet into cosmic civilization and full membership in the Galactic Federation. “Another planet with noosphere,” it will be declared.

Comparing the Tzolkin (Mayan Sacred Calendar) Acoustic Translations with the sound of Solar Wind:

Rainbow Bridge Meditation: