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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by Kevin Baum

About a year ago I published an article titled ‘2102, Nostradamus, Mayan Calendar, Oh My!’ The article was a light-hearted look at the year 2012 and some of its inauspicious predictions. Quite surprisingly, that article has been picked up and published on hundreds of websites and blogs over the past 12 months and I continually receive email from readers and webmasters around the world urging me to write more about this rapidly approaching year (it has also been plagiarized to the point of absurdity). While the interest in my 2012 article is both encouraging and flattering, I think the success of the piece really suggests two simple realities: 1) As with all good doomsday scenarios, the year 2012 does possess enough legitimacy to elevate it beyond the realm of fanatical musings, which is giving it momentum and mystery, and 2) people have a fascination with narratives related to doom and catastrophe, and the internet has become the vehicle which has moved this fascination into a full-blown obsession. Let’s look at each in turn.

Legitimacy:

Among other associations both absurd and reasonable, the year 2012 is increasingly associated with changes in the Sun and cycles of celestial bodies. Indeed, the Mayan calendar (from which 2012 musings owe their origins) is principally a measurement of celestial and natural cycles. The ancient Maya believed that all of life is essentially cyclical, and that time itself is cyclical. Think about it, the days (night and day), the seasons, the years, and so on, all have their roots in cyclical movements: the earth cycles around its axis creating the days, while the moon cycles around the earth creating the months, while both simultaneously cycle around the sun creating the years, and so on. The human body follows natural cycles as well: human gestation is cyclical and even life follows a cyclical formula: birth, growth, maturity, decay, death, and over again…ashes to ashes, dust to dust. Time and reality are essentially cycles within cycles, believed they Maya, and their calendar reflects this cyclical metaphysic.

However, we contemporary thinkers have been programmed to believe that time and reality flow linearly – yesterday before today, and today before tomorrow, etc. – and our orientation to life reflects this cognitive programming. While a linear orientation to time is useful and it certainly helps us to manage our busy lives, it is arguable that the Mayan’s were closer to the truth: time is essentially cyclical…and it repeats itself. Ever heard the saying that a broken clock is still correct two times a day?

What does this have to do with the Sun and the year 2012? This will take some explanation…

The sun is our source of life, the alpha and the omega. Without the sun, life could not exist, period; so it is quite logical that primitive cultures created a mythology to worship this great source of life. Indeed, the sun is the source of untold miracles: it walks on water (reflection), turns water to wine (sunrise), cures the sick (fever), raises the dead (spring re-growth), travels with 12 companions (the 12 signs of the zodiac, and the source of your horoscope), and even holds a place of honor in our cognitive construct of the week (Sunday, the day of rest). In fact, most religious holidays are really milestones of sun worship. Christmas is in honor of the sun’s rebirth after the December milestone of the winter solstice is reached; Easter and the Passover recognize the sun’s ‘passing over’ the mid-point in its rise past the spring equinox and the beginning of the harvest season (a big deal in primitive times), and so on.

And like all celestial bodies, the sun – our source of life and the object of both adoration and fear – follows a pattern of cycles within cycles. The ancient Maya knew this, and we are just now learning it.

The sun is currently pulling out of a cycle of minimal activity and ramping up towards what many argue will be a solar event of biblical proportions. Without getting too technical, the sun follows a generally predictable pattern of solar activity represented by sunspots; these cycles are referred to as solar minimums and solar maximums and flux on an 11-year cycle (there is that number again…). A solar minimum is a time when there is little or no sunspot activity; conversely, a maximum is a time of tremendous sunspot activity. Interestingly, the next solar maximum is predicted to peak in the latter part of the year 2102, strangely corresponding to the Mayan long count calendar cycle ending date of 12/21/2012, a Great Year that the Mayan’s believed would end in a cataclysm of fire. This maximum, argue many, will be one of the most spectacular on record.

What is particularly interesting, and somewhat disturbing, is that our sun is also pulling out of a period of prolonged inactivity – a minimum that has both scholars and thoughtful observers mystified. Could this be the calm before the storm? And if so, what will that storm look like and how will it impact life on earth? Does the strange confluence of all these cycles (and I have not mentioned several other cycles that end in the year 2012) suggest that the earth is on the cusp of a solar event of unimaginable proportions? It is well documented in the scientific literature that sunspot activity affects the earth in unpredictable ways… Are we in store for a season of unprecedented geophysical, geothermal and meteorological unpredictability? All ancient traditions, both oral and written, have stories of a great cataclysm by water (such as Noah’s flood); are these traditions really semi-coded warnings to later generations to be on the lookout for the Sun’s next coming? Should we be worried that the last Mayan Long Count Cycle ending was marked by a great flood and the 2012 cycle ending is supposed to mark change by fire?

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2012 Awakening and Global Cataclysm

On May 5, 2011, in Pole Shift, by James

by Gerard Le Flamand

There are two main hypotheses about the 2012 events: 1. Global Cataclysm, 2. Awakening (elevation of global consciousness). A third could be the combination of these two. Let’s address the Awakening, without excluding the Global Cataclysm, which in a third case could happen at the same time.

Magnetic fields have an influence on our psyche. Or the magnetic field of the Earth is fluctuating, as scientists say, in a range of values, reaching even very low values (as before shifting polarity of the poles). There have been several inversions of the magnetic field, and their frequency is very variable: since 780000 years there was none. At the contrary, before that, in 3 millions years there have been 11 inversions.

Since 1839 the magnetic field lost 8.2% of its capacity and it is currently at its lowest level ever measured. In the case of a polar shift the magnetic field decreases progressively, reaching a value close to zero, but never zero. An upcoming polar shift as the one predicted to occur in 2012, the field would be decreasing now. Geodynamics are scientifically hard to predict, yet we are indeed witnessing a fast and strong decrease of the magnetic field of the Earth. This supports the 2012 cataclysm scenario.

Since the field decreases, the ionosphere reacts. This has an impact on every living being. In the human body, every cell changes its energy blueprint to be in accordance with the basic frequency of the Earth (the Schuman frequency), which is linked to the magnetism of the Earth. In addition, every cell in our body has its own magnetism, and it tends to adapt to the overall magnetism if the Earth.

Over the past 200000 years, Earth has functioned in accordance with a certain Schuman frequency, linked to the magnetism of the Earth. The whole life on Earth was resonant with this range of vibration. There has always existed a superior range of frequencies that was integrated in our vibration field, but these vibrations were more difficult to access for living organisms.

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