01 Jan
Brand New Galactic Day
Written by Lesley Crossingham |
Published in PSYCHIC INSIGHTS
 
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mayancalendar 01Many psychics say it is difficult not to be cynical about the “apocalypse-de-jour” that tends to sweep our world every few years. Who can forget the Y2K fever that produced some rather amusing TV commercials and an American newsman using his ATM card in New Zealand on New Year’s eve 2000. The current fascination is with a very ancient culture and the mysterious Mayan calendar which ends on December 21, 2012. Many people, both mainstream and fundamentalists are wondering if the Mayans foresaw something we could not.

 

The Mayans had a precise understanding of our solar system's cycles and believed that these cycles coincided with our spiritual and collective consciousness. The Mayans prophesied that from 1999 we would have 13 years to adjust our path of self-destruction and move towards a way that would open our consciousness to integrate in harmony with the rest of creation.

Their first prophecy describes “The Time of No-Time'. This is a period of 20 years, which they call a Katún which lasts from 1992 to 2012. They predicted that during this time, solar winds would become more intense. Then in 1999 we would enter a time of darkness which would force us to confront our own choices. This time is called 'The Sacred Hall of Mirrors'. During this time we will finally recognize that the world itself is a sacred mirror reflecting back to us, our inner selves. The Mayans prophesied that the start of this period would be marked by a solar eclipse on August 11, 1999, known to them as 13 Ahau, 8 Cauac. 

The Mayans, who created large, complex cities and developed advanced mathematics and astronomy, viewed creation reflected in numbers. They predicted that in 1999, along with the eclipse, the forces of nature would act like a catalyst, forcing humankind to rethink their attitudes. They also saw that technologies that we rely on would fail and that the earth herself would turn against us. These experiences would force us to live in this world with more respect and compassion.

It is very clear that, so far, the Mayan prophesies have been very accurate but it not becauset the Mayans had good psychics working for them, but rather the fact that their calendar is a highly complex, mathematically accurate reflection of the divine plan.

According to Mayan researcher, Carl Johan Calleman, the Mayan Calendar provides an exact schedule for the Cosmic Plan. The salient points are that humanity and planet Earth are currently going through a huge change or shift in consciousness and reality perception. According to Calleman, the Mayan fifth world finished in 1987 and the sixth world begins in 2012, so we are currently “between worlds” or in the middle of the Apocalypse. By 2012 we will have gone beyond time and money, entered the fifth dimension, and that Planet earth and the solar system will have come into galactic synchronization with the rest of the Universe.

Exactly what all this means, according to Calleman, is that our DNA is currently being "upgraded" (or reprogrammed) from the centre of our galaxy. (Hunab Ku). This mutation will result in a shift in attitudes and the break-down of old patterns.

Author Barbara Hand Clow believes that our brains are transducers of all the elements of Earth and the cosmos. In her book, The Mayan Code, Clow expresses the belief that the earth herself is has an iron crystal in the core, and that when humankind aligns their brains with the Beta wavelength transmission. As people expand their consciousness, they would be able to receive not only earth wisdom, but cosmic wisdom, she writes.

Like Clow, many other writers believe that we will return to a new “golden age” where there is universal telepathy, heightened sense capacity, and self-reflective consciousness.

Of course there are others who hold other views. The late Zechariah Sitchin, who wrote the famous Earth Chronicles pointed out that there are some “fallacious assumptions” in the calculation of the Mayan information. In his book, The End of Days, he says that Baktun, a count that lasts 144,000 days actually belongs not to the Mayans, but to the Olmecs, Africans who came to Mesoamerica when the God/Anunnaki, Thoth was exiled from Egypt. The number 52 was Thoth’s magical number, and when calculated correctly, the date becomes the year 2087. 

Other scientists, namely, Sir Isaac Newton, best known for his formulation of natural laws governing celestial motions, also wrote length papers on bible prophecies. He believed celestial motions are the “mechanics of God.” He paid particular attention to the mathematics in the Biblical book of Daniel. He set down three choices, but the BBC announced that the year 2060 was the date of “doomsday”. It is interesting to note that the original Newton manuscript is currently in the archives of the Jewish National and University Library in Jerusalem.

It becomes abundantly clear that what ever the calculated date, the desire to understand prophesy and to gain some control over our collective destiny is a driving force in the minds of everyone in this world. And whilst the Mayan calendar certainly gives us clues and insights, there are other Native American prophesies which may shed a clearer and brighter light on these events. It must be remembered that the Mayan people were and are indigenous people who have physical links to the Hopi and other Native Americans as far as north as Alberta, Canada.

 

 

Lesley Crossingham

 

 

Lesley Ann is a spiritual artist, an author of over twenty books, clairvoyant and spiritual teacher. She was awarded our Find Your Psychic Spiritual Author of the Year award for the past five years due to her many popular spiritual book titles. Lesley has also been voted International Spirit Guide Artist for the year, 2018

 

Lesley has written over twenty books, numerous magazine articles and many short stories. She has also created three CDs of her music and spiritual meditations. She introduced traditional Native American Indian drummaking to Australia in 1991 and continues to offer these workshops.

 

Lesley writes for several magazines, including New Dawn where she contributes book reviews. You can also read her many book reviews on Amazon's website. Lesley has a journalism background and brings her many skills to writing articles on this site and many others.

 

For further information on Lesley, to contact her, purchase her books, readings or CDs, please go to her website -

www.spiritvision.com.au

 

 

Lesley Crossingham