HUGE Changes Coming To Planet Earth

Cosmic Convergence Accelerates Epochal Planetary Transformation

What happens when an unparalleled Solar Maximium occurs while Pluto is cruising through Capricorn, seismic activity and vulcanism (both undersea and on land) have already seen a dramatic uptick, technospheric breakdown has greatly accelerated, entire species have vacated the planet as whole ecosystems are irreparably destroyed, global climate change appears as global warming, cooling, drought or deluge, and the worldwide financial system is on the verge of collapse, as in a total and complete, irreversible monetary meltdown? Believe it or not, these actual occurrences and various eventualities are the very least of our problems. Here’s why:

There are certain ‘progressive’ developments and converging circumstances which will dictate the course of our future as a global civilization and human race – the fifth (and sixth) root race(s)[1] to have inhabited planet Earth since it has revolved around the sun. That which will serve to “accelerate epochal planetary transformation” considerably more than any other major precipitating cause can be summed up as follows:

“When scientific knowledge and applied technology reach a critical level of advancement, without being informed by spiritual truths and guided by moral authority, the current civilization will relinquish its right to continue as it is.”
~ Cosmic Convergence Research Group

Truly, the greatest determinant of the immediate future of humanity is the extent to which science and technology – unalloyed to ethical and moral considerations – continue to challenge what has historically fallen within the “domain of the gods”. The ancient Greeks had some very poignant mythical legends which clearly spell out the relevant lesson for humankind concerning this most profound and highly consequential prognostication.

Perhaps the story of Icarus – flying too closely to the Sun with his wax wings – is an apt metaphor for the current direction that our civilization is heading in. Certainly it could represent the way humanity has approached so many new and diverse untested technologies, as well as countless scientific applications in use throughout the world. For as long as his story has been told, Icarus has served as a tragic mythological example of hubris and blind ambition.
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An Open Letter to the 2012 Prophets

2012 is NOW!  But when does the Mayan Long Count Calendar really end?

Everyone is asking, “How do we prepare for 2012?”  To answer such a question with authority and credibility it would be helpful to understand a little bit more about the overall context of 2012, as well as some significant misconceptions and misunderstandings regarding the Mayan calendar and the 2012 phenomenon. Most importantly, it would seem essential to establish the actual Mayan Long Count timeline as it parallels the Gregorian Calendar.

The commonly held understanding is that the Mayan Long Count is a 5125 year-long calendrical cycle beginning somewhere between 3113 and 3115 BC.  What appears to be sacred in this school of thought is the 5125 year period which defines the length of the Long Count calendar.  However, the precise starting point is obviously up for discussion, as it has been the subject of lively debate by the experts for many years.  The key point here is that the start date necessarily determines the end date of the Long Count. Therefore, whoever first arrived at December 21, 2012* must have identified August 11, 3114 BCE (Proleptic Gregorian calendar) as the “zero date” of the Long Count calendar.  Continue reading

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A Surfer’s Guide to Riding the Wave of 2012

This blog will commence January 2011 prior to the first surfable cosmic wave.
We’re lookin’ for one like this:

Or this:

Or even one like:

See you soon … and don’t forget that surfboard!

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