On December 25, 2011, in General, by James

I wish you all a very merry Christmas … it could be your last 😉

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Astonishing 2012 Predictions

On December 22, 2011, in Mayan Calendar, by James

By Sandy Christian

There are a lot of truths out there in our world that stem from ancient wisdom and foresight. Many of these things are diminished in popular culture as nothing more than myth. However, some of these things end up being more true than ever, and those that adhere to the warnings and wisdom of ancient cultures seem to dodge bullets while others get hit hard. It’s important to have even a topical understanding of these things to make sure you’re not swept up when things that were predicted long ago come to pass. It is more relevant today than ever before with many astonishing 2012 predictions hitting the light of day, getting many worried about what is going to happen next. If you haven’t considered some of these predictions, maybe it’s time to look into it, before it’s too late.

The Mayans, an ancient civilization seems to point many people in the right direction in terms of the end of days. Their calendar was one of the most advanced calendars of all time, stretching through lots of dates with one final date being December 21, 2012. Before you dismiss this as just another hoax, consider that scientists have developed a way to foresee a complete eclipse of the sun set for November 13, 2012, a little over a month away from the projected end of the times. If modern day advancements are just now predicting such things, could it be that The Mayans had similar foresight?

Major religions of the world predict a coming onslaught of pain, suffering, war, and famine, these characterizations are brought to life by the Four Horseman, in traditional religious literature. But in regards to astonishing 2012 predictions, the Mayans speak of eight horseman that set into motion the final days. These horseman that are written of in Mayan literature seem to point to an end that will begin with a global weather shift, and rise of different countries that will demand further resources that will be diminished and trigger death and famine on global scales. If one is to look at the current picture of our world today, we can see that these “horseman” might not be forthcoming, they might already have started their impact as fuel prices rise, global wars seem to be the norm, and calamity strikes without care for human life. Could it be that after the eighth horseman arrives, the end comes swiftly with the Mayan end date?

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By John Claeys

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced last week that Iran is determined to eliminate Israel. In an interview with a Lebanese television network, he added that “whoever is for humanity should also be for eradicating the Zionist regime.” It is no wonder Israeli leaders have stated that they cannot allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons.

Thus, as Iran moves closer to nuclear capability, Israel draws nearer to launching a military attack on the terrorist regime. Though a military attack by Israel will not likely bring down the Ahmadinejad regime, there is a great possibility that the Iranian opposition movement would take advantage of the resulting chaos of an attack to depose the regime. This result would align with end-times Bible prophecy very well for three reasons.

The first reason concerns the end-times treaty predicted in the Bible. Daniel 9:27 prophecies a future seven-year treaty with Israel that will lead to the return of Christ. (The reference to “many” in the verse is a reference to the Jews. “Many” is used elsewhere in Daniel to refer to the Jews, and the context of 9:24-27 focuses on the Jews. See Apocalypse 2012: The Ticking of the End Time Clock-What Does the Bible Say? for evidence that the six infinitive phrases in verse 24 point to the return of Christ to establish God’s kingdom upon the earth.) This treaty appears to be more than a global treaty; in fact, it seems to be connected to world leaders proclaiming “peace and security.” However, if there is one culprit that has attempted to obstruct a treaty with the Jewish nation, it is Iran. In fact, some experts, including Israeli leadership, believe that it has been Iran that has been the greatest obstacle toward a treaty between Israel and the Palestinians. If so, then the current Iranian government needs to be deposed before the end-times treaty can be confirmed.

The second reason the removal of the Ahmadinejad regime would pave the way toward the end-times fulfillment of Bible prophecy concerns world leaders proclaiming “peace and security,” as per 1 Thessalonians 5:3. At the time of the signing of the seven-year treaty with Israel, the world will believe it has finally achieved “peace and security.” For that scenario to arise, terrorism will need to be defeated-or at least, appear to be defeated. In order for terrorism to suffer defeat, the current Iranian regime, which is the biggest promoter of terrorism in the world today, will have to be deposed.

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By Dr Rita Louise

The thought of the year 2012 brings to the minds of many images of gloom and doom, death and destruction, and the potential reemergence of mankind from its ashes. In the last few years there have been countless books, movies and television specials discussing what the authors believe will happen on December 21, 2012. After investigating all of the available evidence, I have come to my own conclusion as to what will happen on that highly anticipated date.

Before I jump to the punch line and tell you what I believe, let’s spend a few minutes investigating some of the prophecies that have been associated with the 2012 event.. And, take a look at as some of the theories describing what is believed will happen.

The Maya created a number of different calendars to record the passage of time. One of them is called the “Calendar Round”. We learned about this calendar from a book, known as the Dresden Codex. It was spared the burning frenzy of the early Christian priests in Mexico. The Calendar Round is made up of two separate calendar systems used by the Maya. The Tzolk’on or 260 day Sacred Calendar and the Haab, the 365 day vague calendar. When combined they form a new calendar that measures 52 years.

The Calendar Round can only distinguish 52 years then starts repeating itself. The Mayans needed a more refined dating method. To ensure that dates could be identified over these extended periods, the Maya devised the “Long Count” calendar. We became aware of the Long Count through the study of various stelae found in the ruins of many abandoned Mayan cities.

The Long Count identifies the number of days that have passed since the beginning of the last Great Cycle. A great Cycle has a length of 13 baktuns or 1,872,000 days (5,125.36 years). Once completed, like the odometer on your car, the calendar resets itself to 0 (zero). The accepted start date of the current Great Cycle, as proposed by Sir J. Eric S. Thompson, is August 13, 3114 BCE. By adding 1,872,000 days to August 13, 3114 BC we arrive at the date December 21, 2012 – the “end of the Mayan Calendar”.

While the Mayan Calendar provides us with a date for its completion, some researchers believe that other prophecies support the end of a great cycle is fast approaching. According to the Hopi Indians, as reported by White Feather – a Hopi of the ancient Bear Clan – to a minister named David Young in 1958, these are the signs of the end times:

“The Fourth World shall end soon, and the Fifth World will begin. This the elders everywhere know. The Signs over many years have been fulfilled, and so few are left.”

“This is the First Sign: We are told of the coming of the white-skinned men, like Pahana, but not living like Pahana men who took the land that was not theirs. And men who struck their enemies with thunder.”

“This is the Second Sign: Our lands will see the coming of spinning wheels filled with voices. In his youth, my father saw this prophecy come true with his eyes — the white men bringing their families in wagons across the prairies.”

“This is the Third Sign: A strange beast like a buffalo but with great long horns, will overrun the land in large numbers. These White Feather saw with his eyes — the coming of the white men’s cattle.”

“This is the Fourth Sign: The land will be crossed by snakes of iron.”

“This is the Fifth Sign: The land shall be criss-crossed by a giant spider’s web.”

“This is the Sixth sign: The land shall be criss-crossed with rivers of stone that make pictures in the sun.”

“This is the Seventh Sign: You will hear of the sea turning black, and many living things dying because of it.”

“This is the Eight Sign: You will see many youth, who wear their hair long like my people, come and join the tribal nations, to learn their ways and wisdom.”

“And this is the Ninth and Last Sign: You will hear of a dwelling-place in the heavens, above the earth, that shall fall with a great crash. It will appear as a blue star. Very soon after this, the ceremonies of my people will cease.”

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From ABC’s Good Morning America:

“The latest evidence is a brick discovered in the ancient Mayan ruins of Comalcalco that cites the year 2012, the same year inscribed on a 1300-year-old tablet previously found among the nearby ruins of Tortuguero.”

The inscriptions both point to 2012 as being the end of an era, when a Mayan deity of war and creation will arrive. But does that mean time’s up for Earth? Archaeologists say: don’t bet on it.

A writer for The Random Fact explains:

“The Mexican institute … insists that the idea of some kind of world changing event is a Westernized misunderstanding of Mayan calendars. … The Mexican institute stressed that the Maya saw time as a series of cycles that began and ended with regularity, and that nothing apocalyptic should be associated with the ending of a particular cycle…”

Experts say the new inscription has no “future tense” markings, meaning it could refer to a past event rather than a future one. This and other issues are scheduled to be hashed out next week, as a group of scientists tries in vain to counter internet hysteria with facts and research.

From the Daily Mail:

“Given the strength of internet rumours about impending disaster in 2012, the institute is organising a round table of 60 Mayan experts next week at the archaeological site of Palenque, in southern Mexico, to ‘dispel some of the doubts about the end of one era and the beginning of another in the Mayan Long Count calendar.'”


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2012 and the Return of Atlantis

On November 24, 2011, in Atlantis, by James

The Winter Solstice of 2012 marks the end of one 26,000 year astrological cycle and the beginning of a new one. On 21st December of that year there will be a cosmic moment when unknown and miraculous things beyond our comprehension may happen. The planetary configurations offer the potential for a huge shift in consciousness so, if you are ready, a unique opportunity for spiritual growth is available to you.

The importance of 2012 was understood by the Aztecs and Mayans, as well as the Maori, African and Native American Indian shamans amongst others, who prophesied a twenty-five year period of purification followed by a great shift, though they could not see what this was.

Currently we are told that many in the third dimension will move into the fourth, where their hearts will open and they will seek peace. Those already at that level will shift into the fifth dimension and start finding fair solutions to global problems. Some will ascend and pass over. Others ready for ascension will remain on Earth as beacons of light for the masses. However, there will not be a dramatic change. All this will come about slowly.

We have an opportunity now to bring back the energy of the Golden Age of Atlantis. Atlantis was originally a continent covering the Atlantic Ocean and was set up as a divine experiment which lasted for 240,000 years. For 1500 years of this the people created heaven on Earth. This golden era was a time of contentment and oneness. Psychic gifts were highly regarded and all latent abilities in children were honoured, valued and developed. Everyone was clairvoyant, telepathic and clairaudient, so everything was open and honest.

They maintained this high level of psychic attunement and spiritual connection by being close to nature and by relaxing and filling their lives with simple fun, creativity, laughter and contemplation. They lived totally in the present and there were no past or future tenses or negative words.

It was the spiritual technology developed in this time that rendered Atlantis so extraordinary. Housed in the Temple of Poseidon was a new Great Crystal of pure Source energy. This was the power generator for the whole continent and it linked to a network of crystal pyramids, forming a power grid. This enabled people to access clean, free energy for lighting, heating, refrigeration or transport, by tuning their individual crystals into the grid.

The Great Crystal was also a mainframe computer. Technological information was downloaded to individual temple crystals, where it was accessed by the immensely powerful Magi and passed to the people to develop.

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2012 Doomsday – Fact Or Fiction?

On November 16, 2011, in General, by James

By Jean Hantch

Throughout time, several people have proposed specific dates in which the world as we know it would end. Most of these days have come and gone, but one day in particular still rings out. You see as many have heard of Y2K and other times of assured Armageddon, perhaps the most discussed and consistent date has yet to arrive. December 21, 2012 is the date that so many people in the past have predicted to be the end. So the question must be asked, 2012 Doomsday Fact or Fiction?

Most people when they search for answers in why the world will end in 2012 will first come across the evidence presented by the Mayan culture. These people showed exemplary knowledge in mathematics and the events and cycles of the solar system. Some people attribute this to a visit from extraterrestrial life, but we’ll say for the sake of argument this was all them.

They created a calendar that has predicted major shifts in the solar system with a very fine degree of accuracy. This calendar ends without explanation on December 21, 2012. This has sparked curiosity and this theory.

Further evidence comes from a book released in 2900 B. C. Known as the I Ching (or Book of Change). This book was filled with calculations and hexagrams, which were refined by Terrance McKenna to be made into a graph. This graph has been fairly accurate in predicting changes in the world or disasters based on the graphs peaks and valleys. Much like the Mayan calendar, this graph also stops in 2012 with no explanation.

Yet another source convincing people of impending doom in 2012 is the Web Bot. This software is designed to calculate through discussions and general behavioral trends potential changes in the world. The software was actually developed to assist in predicting the fluctuation of the stock market. Its notoriety began when it predicted to a fair degree of accuracy the events of 9/11. Now, it predicts a worldwide calamity in 2012.

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Ancient Mayan Calendar

On November 9, 2011, in Mayan Calendar, by James

By Petre An

Western civilization is not alone in seeking its origins in deep time. We bundle our years into decades, our decades into centuries, and our centuries into millennia. Our ages-the Age of Reason, the Age of Enlightenment, the Middle Ages-are packaged into eras, such as the Christian and pre-Christian eras. For the believer, the Christian era will end with the second coming of Christ, for in the Christian historical view all things were made by God expressly for the ends they fulfill. The new era that will follow will constitute a timeless eternal existence to be experienced only by the true believer. Philosophers call such a temporal concept a teleological timeline, because it is dictated by things that happen at the end, which are responsible for propelling time’s arrow forward.

Before Christianity introduced this linear concept, “big time” in the West was based in the pagan tradition of the Classical world. Time was made up of rhythmic, repetitive events centered on the return or reenactment of earlier events often reckoned by celestial cycles, such as planetary conjunctions. (Recall our definition of the two kinds of time in the Preface-historical-linear and mythiccyclic.) Crossings of Jupiter and Saturn were popular choices in the ancient Chinese calendar, whereas the Chaldeans of the Middle East favored the assemblage of all the visible planets in the constellation of Cancer. The Hindu calendar, on the other hand, was a purely mathematical contrivance based on 1,000-year multiple cycles of years, called yugas. The grandest cycle of time measured in yuga lengths was thought to be a “day” in the life of Brahma. The bigger the tree, the deeper the roots. One way or another, all complex civilizations ultimately establish their origins in the very distant past.

During the Classic period the Maya developed a passionate interest in time and number. I think this is one of our biggest reasons for admiring them-they seem so much like us. By the middle of that period their interest flowered into a fascination that bordered on obsession. It is as if scribes and calendar keepers, all members of the elite class, perhaps led by one or two unknown geniuses, the likes of Newton and Einstein, had created a veritable Maya Institute of Advanced Studies. By examining some of the inscriptions the Maya produced during this exciting intellectual period we can begin to acquire a feeling for this mathematical passion and the skill that accompanied it.

What distinguishes the Maya love affair with numbers is their preoccupation with what I have called the commensuration principle-the habit of organizing time cycles, large and small, to interlock and fit together in ratios of small whole numbers, such as eight to five, the seasonal year and the Venus cycle. Where did these ideas about time management come from and how is it that timekeeping was catapulted to such a lofty level in Maya culture?

The Maya revered the base-20 numbers that made up their vigesimal system to such a degree that they fancied each of them a god. In many Maya inscriptions a defining head, or in some instances the full-body figure, of the god portrays the number instead of the simple dots and bars. Often number deities on stelae are depicted bearing the burden of time, which they carry in their backpacks along the road of time. They deposit their load of time at our feet as we face the monument. Thus, time is just like one of the commodities borne by merchant travelers.

On all the stelae that have been deciphered, the fundamental unit of time is the day. Contemporary Maya still call it k’in, a term that also means “sun” and “time.” The Maya conceived of the day as a direct manifestation of the annual cycle of the sun. In other words, time is the sun’s cycle itself.

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By Jean Hantch

In 1989 the first of the New Maps of America produced by Lori Toye were strewn on the kitchen tables and rolled for delivering a new kind of 2012 prophesy. While there are certainly plenty of potential outcomes to the 2012 prophesy, there are some that are less desirable than others.

If you look into Gordon Michael Scallion and his predictions for the day the polar shift 2012 occurs, most of us would hope we perish in whatever cataclysmic event proceeds the actual turning of the Earth changes. Rather if you look at the works of Lori Toye, the potential for real life and real understanding exist.

If you look at the places to live in 2012 that offer all kinds of protection from harm and military defense, you may very well overlook the first of the Golden Cities which is being planned now for development. The Golden Cities were originally introduced to Lori Toye in the sessions that led to her mapping skill. Now, with 2012 just around the corner, these areas that are said to be of high spiritual energy and great enlightenment are ready to undergo construction.

This idea is based on the idea that polar shifts happen with clockwork regularity and it can be predicted. It can not, however, be stopped. The polar shift 2012 states that we will experience the Earth’s sudden and somewhat immediate transition from one direction of rotation to the other. This sudden and powerful change in the planet will result in some of the worst disasters ever to hit our planet.

Moreover, it has been said that the prophesy of 2012 has nothing to do with violence or death. In fact, many claim that it simply has to do with our need to evaluate the direction we are heading. Unless we are looking to evolve into Star Trek type-indoor living we need to clean up our acts.

Lori Toye and Gordan Michael Scallion have both indicated that there will be a single cosmic event (like the Earth’s rotation changing directions) that will spark some of the nastiest times we well see. The aftermath is described as a horrific human condition. The idea of survival 2012 doesn’t even lend itself to a willingness or a choice when it comes to survival.

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The true Apocalypse is a gradual meta-physical process taking place as opposed to the false worldly Apocalypse of propaganda that is being projected by the media.

There is a connection with the Illuminati’s perception of the so called Apocalypse and the “Mark of the Beast ” that has influenced white washed Christianity and other forms of ism and schisms (religion) in order to decieve the majority.

In the gradual process of witnessing the fall of Babylon and actual fullfilment of prophecy, The powers that be like to send out false witnesses into the world in order to confuse the masses by keeping them in darkness and confusion.

“God and history will be the judge!”

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