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The Mayan Calendar has come to an End
« on: November 08, 2011, 11:18:23 PM »


The Mayan calendar has come to an end. This means that the universe has attained its highest possible quantum state as of October 28, 2011. In mythological language, Bolon Yokte Kuh, the nine-support-god, and especially the unity consciousness of the ninth wave has been strongly experienced by a certain number of people. Many now typically report that they experience a flattening of time, an end to time acceleration and as a result a great calmness. The end to the acceleration of time is even experienced as a deceleration and some have reached so deep into their own presence that the term “future’’ is starting to loose its previous meaning. The future is no longer a place to get to. With the completion of the Ninth wave we potentially already have direct access to all the guidance we need. This shifted experience of time all seems understandable given that was has happened is that the directed nine evolutionary processes from seed to mature have now been completed. For those that have a conscious relationship to the tree of life the new experience of time will continue to deepen also after this shift. As we know from all previous experience of the shifting energies of the Mayan calendar it always takes time until their external manifestations become visible.

A good thing about the end to the Mayan calendar is that the world did not also come to an end on October 28, 2011. We now have reasons once and for all to throw out the notion that an end to the world was somehow scripted by the Mayan calendar. This should also go for many of the sometimes crazy disaster scenarios that were suggested under the influence of the high frequency of the Ninth wave when it was sometimes hard to keep the balance. The Mayan calendar is primarily about changes in the human beings themselves and everything else is secondary.

Unfortunately, the October 28 date was sometimes popularized as if the whole transformation would occur on this very date and some big media came to talk about it as another end of the world date. For some, the absence of a catastrophic scenario have then led them to question whether the calendar has actually come to an end, which shows to what extent many have become addicted to Hollywood’s view of the world. As I see it however we are now, as of October 29, 2011 entering an era where the future is no longer scripted and what happens will be entirely up to the human beings. This is a situation that has never existed before as up to this point the evolution of the universe has been guided by nine directed waves. For those following my work it should thus have been clear that whatever would happen on October 28, 2011 would have been the result of the processes of the nine waves leading up to this date.

There is also always reason to expect inertia, and hence delay, at such a shift. To exemplify the delay of manifestation we may for instance take the beginning of the seventh day of the Galactic Underworld on November 3, 2010, which many were celebrating as a day of balancing male and female and an end to dominance. It then took several months after shifts until it more tangibly manifested in the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt. According to most standards “nothing” happened on the dates of either the Harmonic Convergence of August 16-17, 1987 or the Conscious Convergence of July 17-18, 2010 and so if indeed something happened in or around October 28, 2011, which I will return to below, it would be truly remarkable and a first in this regard.

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Re: The Mayan Calendar has come to an End
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2011, 11:14:26 AM »
Another issue: the Gregorian calendar is off by several years - the monk responsible missed the mark by eleven years, and Pope Gregory decided it would take far too much work to fix it up. Technically speaking, if 2012 was supposed to happen (as per "scientific calculations"), it should have happened eleven years ago - I think.

Unless, of course, the scientific calculations stating that 2012 was the year intended were made in accordance with our present-day calendar.
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Re: The Mayan Calendar has come to an End
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2011, 09:20:56 AM »
I just really... really like that picture.  :-P
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Re: The Mayan Calendar has come to an End
« Reply #3 on: November 10, 2011, 09:46:33 AM »
Unless, of course, the scientific calculations stating that 2012 was the year intended were made in accordance with our present-day calendar.

This is exactly the case.

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Re: The Mayan Calendar has come to an End
« Reply #4 on: November 11, 2011, 06:41:27 AM »
we potentially already have direct access to all the guidance we need.


I have tried to say this exact thing a hundred times in a hundred ways and sometimes taking a paragraph or page. But whether it be this point in time, or something else, Yes I would say that statment is exactly right.   

It just kinda struck me, so I had to say so   :-D


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Re: The Mayan Calendar has come to an End
« Reply #5 on: November 21, 2011, 09:58:51 AM »
they've been predicting doomsday for over 2000 years, before the romans unified all their world each culture had it's own version of timekeeping and yearly cycles...i'm rather fond of the thirteen month agriculture based time, it's more fitting with the natural way of how we were meant to exist with nature, on it's time scale rather than making it fit ours.

people'd have better luck spinning a black jack wheel and winning money than being able to narrow down who and what culture actually had the truth of the end of the world.

universal beginnings and endings aren't our job to manage, surviving them to the best of our ability is.
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Re: The Mayan Calendar has come to an End
« Reply #6 on: March 16, 2012, 11:21:55 PM »
I agree with Jordyn, and anyways it'd be impossible to pinpoint judgement day without some 'divine intervention' we have a built in instinct for self preservation that simply fools your brain into coming up with some way to deny doomsday. Allegedly Christ himself didn't know and according to christianity he's part of it correct? Anyway I'm hoping that comic is accurate  :laugh:
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Re: The Mayan Calendar has come to an End
« Reply #7 on: May 09, 2012, 08:57:44 AM »
I agree with Jordyn, and anyways it'd be impossible to pinpoint judgement day without some 'divine intervention' we have a built in instinct for self preservation that simply fools your brain into coming up with some way to deny doomsday. Allegedly Christ himself didn't know and according to christianity he's part of it correct? Anyway I'm hoping that comic is accurate  :laugh:

Ultimately yeah...in the actual ends of times he shows up on a white horse to combat the antagonists and that's when the devil gets cast down into a lake of fire and bound by chains for a thousand years of peace ruled by the savior until the world, really ends.  I haven't seen the one thousand years of peace yet and the muslims still hold the temple...no worries.
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Re: The Mayan Calendar has come to an End
« Reply #8 on: May 10, 2012, 04:23:43 AM »
Ultimately yeah...in the actual ends of times he shows up on a white horse to combat the antagonists and that's when the devil gets cast down into a lake of fire and bound by chains for a thousand years of peace ruled by the savior until the world, really ends.

Assuming, of course, that the Book of the Revelation of Saint John is factual, and not (a) the ravings of a madman or (b) a vastly misunderstood political treatise against the Romans.

After all, all that talk of signs, symbols and portents is in direct opposition to the words attributed to Jesus by St. Luke: "The P’rushim asked Yeshua when the Kingdom of God would come. "The Kingdom of God," he answered, "does not come with visible signs; nor will people be able to say, 'Look! Here it is!' or, 'Over there!' Because, you see, the Kingdom of God is among you." (Luke 17:20-21) Perhaps if more Christians actually read those words instead of hoping for an armageddon and a seat in the magic sky castle, they might actually become likeable, pleasant people. Although that equally applies to most other religions.
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Re: The Mayan Calendar has come to an End
« Reply #9 on: May 29, 2012, 11:54:20 AM »
the world has always been, human culture always climbs out of the ashes and the world will never end...only our current existance in it, if any of us is still alive to witness it.  It's awfully fun to cojecture about though.  :D
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