Saturday, November 17, 2012

2012 - Beginning Of Full Soul Harvest

The last day of the Piscean Age, transitioning to the New Age, 12/21/2012, according to Maya Long-Count Calendar system, is dawning on us. We can all hope for the best! 

The news of doomsday and parties are spreading around the world and on the Internet to confuse the souls, as it is written, “… When the thousand years are ended, Satan will be released from his prison and will come out to deceive… and also, … In the last time there will be scoffers, following their own ungodly passions. It is these who cause divisions, worldly people, devoid of the Spirit.” This was to aware concern individuals, particularly the ones with good heart, that there would be growing numbers of minds with evil intentions providing knowledge without understanding the Truth.

In the Book of Law of One, those verses I mentioned in the preceding paragraph could be compared to the following excerpt: “… The only beings that are able to penetrate the quarantine (love/light net) are those who discover windows or distortions in the space/time continua surrounding your planet’s energy fields. Through these windows they come. These windows are rare and unpredictable…” The author, RA, channeler of the, then, Book of Law of One, was referring to what It called the “Orion Chariots” (I believe these are dark energies [spirit beings]; also 'chariots' were type of vehicles used by soldiers of higher authority back in the days of old) that were/are able to find breach in our Earth’s magnetic fields and frequency grids created by the effects of wars or other strong explosions that distort Earth’s vibration.

[This is very interesting, though, because if you think it deeper, you maybe able to connect the earthquakes and thunderstorms as the natural remedy to fix these breaches.  Well, I apologize if I lost you here, but that is the reason why Jesus told us to find the Truth.  See, now you understand how important the bible is, and not just literature used in religion—“it is science coded in stories of life and social conduct.”]    

Now, this community page or blogspot came forth from spirit through love and light, and with inspiration by the knowledge of this only ancient time-keeping machine left to us by the spirit from the ancient world to consider its presence as the knowledge of time. We should wisely celebrate that we have lived to close this ‘Age,’ the Piscean Age, the Christ Age, and preparing to welcome the New, the Aquarian Age, if God’s will. Come with this moment is also the dark memory, as recorded by the Mayan culture, to close the last days of the great solar cycle.

Many people are cashing in or taking their shares and celebrating at the cost of their blind neighbors by writing predictions of doomsday effects, ignoring the fact that everything in this Universe is being recorded and their names are attached to their works, as the ancient knowledge written it in a stone said, “as above and so below.”

Like how the words in the bible are told, my purpose is only to share knowledge that comes to my mind. I am not here to suggest any doomsday event, or tell you what to believe or who to believe, though I have posted some of my findings on this 2012 phenomenon in this blogpost but they were only suggesting signs of things that may come and not definitive, because the truth is, you and I are part of the Oneness of Life, and wisdom is our judge or only weapon to know the Truth. Even the Great Master of Truth did not make any predictions, except telling us the signs, and taught us the ‘process’ of salvation.

As we approach to this Day, many of our neighbors (brothers and sisters) are trying to confuse most of our (other) neighbors with their own findings about this Day. If only we could turn back the clock of mankind, or if God does not reset our memory to null and void every time He changed our clothes, two things could happen: one, we would be living in peace, unity and harmony, and shall have knowledge of Truth; and two, life in earth would not exist.  The former is due to our deep understanding of Spirit, and living among equals; and the latter is because it doesn't make sense to continue living life, when you knew its truth.

But it is my humble desire to share you the knowledge to prepare our/your selves in any events that may happen, regardless. We/You could do whatever we/you wish to do to prepare our/your selves for this Day according to what we/you believe. But regardless of what we/you do, (WE) DO NOT FORGET to have this in our/your mind/life: “Love and Wisdom, or Fire and Light, is the bridge between ‘This Age’ and the ‘New Age.’”


MAN DAT AUM said...

Mayan Doomsday 'Safe Zone' Shut Down

By Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer | – 1 hr 3 mins ago

Citing fears that doomsday believers, curiosity seekers, and "above all" journalists will flood a French mountaintop on Dec. 21, the supposed day of the Mayan apocalypse, local officials are banning access to the mountain.

The spot, Pic de Bugarach, is rumored to be one of the only safe places on the planet on Dec. 21, according to Raw Story. On that date, a major cycle of the Maya Long Count calendar ends. The calendar is split into several chunks, including 400-year spans called b'ak'tuns. Dec. 21, 2012 on our calendar marks the end of the 13th b'ak'tun and the beginning of a new cycle.

The calendar change would not have been seen as the end of the world by the ancient Maya, scholars agree. But in New Age and other online subcultures, believers have come to expect something major on that day, with predictions ranging from a new dawn of peace and harmony to an explosive doomsday.

One online rumor holds that on this day of destruction, Pic de Bugarach will open up to reveal an alien spacecraft, which will save believers nearby. That has local officials worried. [End of the World? Top Doomsday Fears]

"We are expecting a few visionaries, a few people who believe in this end of the world, but in extremely limited numbers," state official Eric Freysselinard told Raw Story. "We are expecting greater numbers of people who are just curious, but in numbers we cannot determine. Above all, we are expecting lots of journalists."

In response, officials will call in 100 police and firefighters on Dec. 21 to seal off approaches to the mountain, Freysselinard told Raw Story.

Other areas are welcoming the doomsday attention. In Belize, the Chaa Creek resort is trying to lure tourists with a seven-day, all-inclusive "Maya Winter Solstice" package, which includes workshops on Maya crafts, traditional Maya garb and names of guests inscribed into a giant stele that will be erected on Dec. 21.

In Guatamala, the national tourism bureau is organizing all sorts of festivities, including a "New Dawn for Humanity" summit in Tikal, a major ancient Maya city. Elton John, Bruce Springsteen and U2 will provide entertainment.

Mexico is aiming for the action, too, launching a tourism campaign called "Mayan World 2012" and encouraging visitors to seek out sites in southern Mexico, where the ancient Maya once built complex cities. In Cancun, the National Institute of Anthropology and History has opened the enormous "Museo Maya de Cancun," a museum dedicated to Maya history.

MAN DAT AUM said...

Forget 2012 Doomsday, Chaa Creek is Preparing for 2013

PRWeb – Mon, Oct 29, 2012

Dismissing predictions of a 2012 apocalypse, The Lodge at Chaa Creek, located in Belize’s “Heartland of the Maya” reports that it is already receiving bookings for its popular all-inclusive Belize vacation packages for 2013.

(PRWEB) October 29, 2012
Dismissing predictions of a 2012 apocalypse, The Lodge at Chaa Creek, located in Belize’s “Heartland of the Maya” reports that it is already receiving bookings for its popular all-inclusive Belize vacation packages for 2013.

“It’s pretty ironic that while some people on the other side of the planet are promoting doomsday scenarios based on the so-called Maya prophesies surrounding 2012, those of us living in the Maya heartland are preparing for 2013, just as the ancient Maya no doubt would be,” marketing administrator Larry Waight said today.

“Members of our large Maya staff and the local Maya farmers are all preparing for 2013 as if it’s just another year. Doomsday is definitely a foreign concept,” Mr Waight said.

“Certainly the 2012 Maya Winter Solstice celebrations will be huge, and most Maya people regard December 21 2012 as a very significant date, but you don’t get any feeling that the end of the world is approaching around here. In fact, it’s quite the opposite as we all get ready to celebrate,” he said.

Mr Waight was speaking in response to fears fuelled by Hollywood films such as 2012 and various internet sites that the completion of the 13th Bak’tun on the Maya Long Count calendar, which takes place on the Winter Solstice this year, signals the end of the world.

While the apocalypse theories have been almost universally debunked by Maya scholars, archaeologists, researchers and the Maya themselves, a small number of groups and individuals continue to speculate that ancient Maya astronomers did predict that the world would end on December 21, 2012.

“It’s pretty laughable when you think about it. Here at Chaa Creek we take great pains to present the ancient Maya civilisation for the rich, highly advanced and elegant culture that it was – and still is today, but some people won’t let facts get in the way of a good story. So along with our Maya neighbours we just chuckle and get on with it,” Mr Waight said.

Chaa Creek is already taking 2013 bookings for accommodation and their affordable all-inclusive Belize vacation packages, which offer guests a variety of unique experiences and activities for one set price. Couples continue to plan destination weddings and book Chaa Creek’s popular Belize honeymoon vacations well into next year, and there are still “a few” vacancies left for the 2012 Maya Winter Solstice Celebration packages Mr Waight said.

“We’ve just released the last round of the 2012 Winter Solstice packages, which are close to being sold out, and are now developing some exciting new plans for 2013. January is one of the best times of the year to visit Belize, as it’s a bit quieter after the long holiday season and the weather is so good, so we’re looking forward to that.

“I suppose if the world does end we’ll need to rethink our plans, and rest assured we’ll refund any deposits due to an apocalypse, but to be honest, I’m not worried. We’re looking forward to a busy 2013 after, of course, resting up from the big 2012 and Christmas celebrations,” Mr Waight said.

Larry Waight
The Lodge at Chaa Creek

Anonymous said...

Up to 40 school children killed in crash in Egypt

Reuters – 1 hr 36 mins ago

CAIRO (Reuters) - Up to 40 school children were killed when a train crashed with their bus which had crossed the tracks in a city south of Cairo on Saturday, the official state news agency and a doctor said.

While the official news agency said 40 children died, a doctor at a hospital in Assiut, near the crash site, said the death toll was 38, among them 37 children who were around four to six years old.

"They told us the barriers were open when the bus crossed the tracks and the train collided with it," doctor Mohamed Samir said, citing witness accounts.

He said four children and two women were seriously injured in the accident in the city of Manfalut, near Assiut, which is about 300 km (190 miles) south of the capital.

President Mohamed Mursi ordered his ministers to offer support to the families of those killed, the official news agency reported. Assiut governor, Yahya Keshk, ordered an enquiry.

Egypt's roads and railways have a poor safety record. Egyptians have complained successive governments have failed to enforce basic safety standards, leading to a string of deadly accidents.

(Writing by Edmund Blair; Editing by Andrew Heavens)

Anonymous said...

1 hr 50 mins ago, KABC – Los Angeles
One local real estate company has a special deal on a place where you can ride out "the apocalypse."

Anonymous said...

Does Anyone Really Believe in the Mayan Apocalypse?

By Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer | – 6 hrs ago

John Scillitani does not want to be seen as a fanatic. As the proprietor of, one of the top Google hits for searches on the Mayan apocalypse, he'd be easy to paint in that way: His site features pictures of nuclear explosions, images of meteors hitting Earth and a variety of less-pleasant predictions from the darker parts of the Bible.

But over the phone, Scillitani comes across as friendly and likable. He has a family and a job — he's a real estate agent in California — and although he worries about the way the world is going, he says, he's not cowering in a bunker waiting for the end of the world to come.

"I'm just reading stuff and seeing some coincidences that are kind of eerie," Scillitani told LiveScience. He said he put together his site during "a phase" of intense reading about 2012 apocalypse predictions.

"I just love the mythology of it, and you watch a couple shows … then you start doing research and going, 'Oh my god, there's this' and 'Oh my god, there's that,' and you start taking the numerology and trying to match stuff up," he said. [End of the World? Top Doomsday Fears]

Scillitani is not alone in his fascination with 2012 prophecies. The crux of these prophecies is the Maya Long Count calendar. An important cycle of this calendar draws to a close on Dec. 21, 2012. But while most media have painted Mayan apocalypse believers as misguided doomsday prophets, the reality is not quite so simple.

In fact, the cult of Maya enthusiasts is much more varied — and much more adaptable — than the media have given them credit for. While it's true that some fear the end of the world, many others look forward to Dec. 21 as a day of transformation and spiritual awakening. Predictions are as numerous as believers, and have even seeped back into modern Maya culture.

"There are all kinds of lines of thought," said Dirk van Tuerenhout, an anthropologist and curator of "Maya 2012: Prophecy Becomes History," an exhibit ongoing at the Houston Museum of Natural Science.

Anonymous said...

2012 Mayan Apocalypse Rumors Have Dark Side, NASA Warns

By Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer | – 1 hr 31 mins ago

NASA scientists took time on Wednesday (Nov. 28) to soothe 2012 doomsday fears, warning against the dark side of Mayan apocalypse rumors — frightened children and suicidal teens who truly fear the world may come to an end Dec. 21.

These fears are based on misinterpretations of the Mayan calendar. On the 21st, the date of the winter solstice, a calendar cycle called the 13th b'ak'tun comes to an end. Although Maya scholars agree that the ancient Maya would not have seen this day as apocalyptic, rumors have spread that a cosmic event may end life on Earth on that day.

Thus NASA's involvement. The space agency maintains a 2012 information page debunking popular Mayan apocalypse rumors, such as the idea that a rogue planet will hit Earth on Dec. 21, killing everyone. (In fact, astronomers are quite good at detecting near-Earth objects, and any wandering planet scheduled to collide with Earth in three weeks would be the brightest object in the sky behind the sun and moon by now.)

"There is no true issue here," David Morrison, an astrobiologist at NASA Ames Research Center, said during a NASA Google+ Hangout event today (Nov. 28). "This is just a manufactured fantasy." [End of the World? Top Doomsday Fears]

Real-world consequences
Unfortunately, Morrison said, the fantasy has real-life consequences. As one of NASA's prominent speakers on 2012 doomsday myths, Morrison said, he receives many emails and letters from worried citizens, particularly young people. Some say they can't eat, or are too worried to sleep, Morrison said. Others say they're suicidal.

"While this is a joke to some people and a mystery to others, there is a core of people who are truly concerned," he said.

Not every 2012 apocalypse believer thinks the world will end on Dec. 21. Some, inspired by New Age philosophies, expect a day of universal peace and spiritual transformation. But it's impressionable kids who have NASA officials worried.

"I think it's evil for people to propagate rumors on the Internet to frighten children," Morrison said.

Myths and misconceptions
NASA scientists took questions via social media in the hour-long video chat, debunking doomsday myths from the rogue planet Nibiru to the danger of killer solar flares.

In fact, said NASA heliophysicist Lika Guhathakurta, it's true that the sun is currently in an active phase of its cycle, meaning electromagnetic energy has picked up. Large solar flares can impact electronics and navigation systems on Earth, but satellites monitoring the sun give plenty of warning and allow officials to compensate for the extra electromagnetic activity when it hits our atmosphere. What's more, Guhathakurta said, this particular solar maximum is the "wimpiest" in some time — scientists have no reason to expect solar storms beyond what our planet has weathered in the past.

Nor are any near-Earth objects, planetary or otherwise, threatening to slam into our planet on Dec. 21, said Don Yeomans, a planetary scientist who tracks near-Earth objects at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The only close asteroid approach on the horizon is forecast to occur on Feb. 13, 2013, when an asteroid will pass within 4.5 Earth radii to our planet (for perspective, Earth's radius is 3,963 miles, or 6,378 kilometers). The asteroid is not going to hit Earth, Yeomans said.

Other rumors — that the Earth's magnetic field will suddenly reverse or that the planet will travel almost 30,000 light-years and fall into the black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy — were also dismissed. (A light-year is the distance light travels in one year, or about 6 trillion miles, or 10 trillion km.)