Otherwise known as the end of the Thirteen Baktun cycle in the Mayan long count, December 21, 2012, came and went like any other day. Or did it?
The media hyped the end of the
Mayan Calendar as predicting the end of the world. No one with
any real understanding of Mayan culture said anything of the kind. The Mayans teach that time is consciousness. We have now entered the world age in which we will learn and live that reality.
Though the mainstream media, predictably, has ridiculed the 2012 doomsday straw man they themselves set up, the classic Maya did accurately foresee our time as the crux of a planetary transition. We are the ones who have arrived at this juncture — and we are the ones
who will decide whether, or how, human civilization will continue.
Shamans and scholars tell us that the close of this
great cycle of the Mayan calendar is not the cue for apocalypse but
rather a new beginning. Yet scientists are now predicting a 4 degree temperature
rise, which will indeed mean the end of civilization as we know it, if
not of human life on earth. The time we live in is a crucial turning point. What can we do?
Until recently astrophysicists believed that solar flares were a
completely random phenomenon. But in recent years, patterns of solar
flare cycles have been discovered using supercomputers. What's
amazing about these cycles is that they coincide with the periods in the
This will be the final spin in a series of 7200 spins that began on
August 11th, 3114 BC. In the Classic count, or Long Count, the tzolkin
date will be 4 Ahau, the same as December 21st of this year, meaning
that April 5th will share the same energy as this final day of this
Is the Mayan Calendar going to end on October 28th, 2011? If you are a follower of Dr. Carl Calleman's theories about the Mayan calendar and the pyramids, you may be expecting something to happen. Yet if Calleman is right it means that ALL Mayan inscriptions of the Classic period are wrong.
The Mayan Calendar Portal the popular portal web site
dedicated to the sacred Mayan Calendar, announces the "My Tzolk'in Life"