The Dawn of a New Era

Image is courtesy of Lucie Stastkova
                           Image is courtesy of Lucie Stastkova

December 21, 2012, the final day in the 13th 144,000-day cycle of the ancient Mayan Long Count Calendar, marks the beginning of a new era.  Don Alejandro, Mayan Elder and former President of The National Mayan Council of Guatemala up until 2011, speaks of a Mayan Prophecy:

“Every 5,200 years we come to this point when the planet Earth becomes dark for a period of 60-70 hours.  We cannot see the Sun.  Why?  Because the science of the Mayan Astronomers learned that the Earth is always going around the Sun, but now we are getting closer, until we enter the central magnetic axis.  There is a great axis above the planet Earth that makes all the stars and the planets move.  And so while the Earth passes through that axis, we cannot see the rays of the Sun.  We are Inside.  Once the Earth re-emerges from the axis, we will then be able to see the New Sun.  But what I cannot tell you is if it is actually the same Sun or if it is a different Sun.”  (The National Mayan Council consists of 440 elders representing 440 tribes.)

For the ancient Maya, it was a huge celebration to make it to the end of a whole cycle.  As the Earth aligns with the center of our galaxy, we humans transition into a Golden Age of Enlightenment.  This is evidenced in the global call for peace we are now experiencing.  The old patriarchal world order is dying.  And as with any entity facing imminent death, it is rearing its head and digging in its claws for a last stand.  We must not align ourselves with its push for continued existence.  Its time is finished.  We must align ourselves with the quickening vibration of our Mother Earth.  It is time to let go old habits and beliefs, open our hearts and minds to immanent and eternal possibility, and accept the miracle of life that lies before us.  Energy follows thought.  It is time to think, feel, live, and be LOVE…

3 thoughts on “The Dawn of a New Era”

    1. Thanks so much for stopping by my website and commenting. I’ve no doubt love will prevail over fear. But you’re observation is indeed correct; fear is rearing its head for one last stand. Fighting it is an exercise in futility, because it feeds on that energy. Our best defense is offense: keep our hearts open and deflect fear with love.

      Your website is lovely and very informative. Your book covers are exquisite. And I agree that life is an illusion; the dream is what’s real. Walk in beauty, my friend…

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Namaste, my friends ❤ Tina

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