The Mayan Calendar 2012

The Mayan Calendar, 2012 represents a new cycle for the Earth, for human beings, and for the world as we know it. What does the Mayan calendar really represent? There is so much misunderstanding about 2012, and so many predictions for 2012 that are being given, what is the real story? A recent article by Dr. John Gilbert of the Vessica Institute presents a clear way to better understand the events of the 2012 cycle that is happening at the winter solstice on December 21, 2012. I am including an excerpt from Dr. Gilbert’s article here:

1. December 21, 2012 is not the end of the world. It is the beginning of another great cycle.

There have been numerous sensationalistic – and factually inaccurate – predictions that the end of the Mayan Calendar in Dec. 2012 means the end of the world. This is actually not part of any classical understanding of the calendar, it is entirely a modern invention.

In reality, the Mayan calendar cycle that ends in 2012 is the end of a major cycle, which fits within the larger context of time cycles known to another Mesoamerican culture – the Aztecs. The end of the Mayan Calendar on Dec. 21, 2012 is the shifting point away from the great cycle known as the Fifth “Sun” ( a “Sun” is a long time period in which human consciousness evolves to a new level, and during which specific challenges arise which are linked to this evolution.) The Mexica (Aztec) calendar continues on for at least another two great Sun cycles, meaning over 10,000 years remaining within the next two cycles…

The Mayan Calendar 2012 is an important event for the history of the world. It is important to receive information from spiritual scholars who have spent their lives studying events such as theMayan Calendar 2012 and the World within the context of time, and spiritual traditions. You can read the whole article by Dr. John Gilbert here.

 

Share