10-28-2011? The End of Astrology too?

mayan pyramid

I just finished reading Calleman’s book on the Mayan Calender.

Prior to that I finished Barbara Hand Clow’s book that she wrote to discuss Calleman’s book.

Daniel Pinchbeck’s book titled: 2012 adds a few different twists to the unfolding story.

According to some of these modern-day prophets & wizards, the Mayan’s really knew what they knew and their pyramids, writings, and most especially their calendars were amazing, physical testaments of their knowledge.

The Mayan Calendar is a  time-measurement tool that is tracking “spiritual” time……and their-in lies the dilemma. Our entire, planetary culture  has lost it’s ability to perceive’s what spiritual time’ is, with a few notable, exceptional, people.

But, don’t worry, be happy. We’ll understand soon. It’ll be right on time.  We’re now at the end of what they call, Day 5….a time of transitioning, a mid-point as such.

We can see the forks in the road, clearly. It is time to make conscious choices that improve the wellbeing of all beings………..or not.

Night 5 of the current ‘Underworld’ of the Mayans, begins this November and continues until Nov.2008  Day 6 begins Nov.08.

By Oct. 28, 2011 according to Calleman the Mayan Calendar ends.

What’s sooo interesting  to me about this is that the same time cycles appear in the calendars of the early Vedic Culture and they lived at least half a planet away from the Mayans. Similarities and synchronicities abound between the yogi’s and the mayans.

Whose calendar do you follow?


And more importantly;

Will Astrology be necessary after 2012?

Om shanti, shanti, shantihi…………………….

One Comment

  1. Metro State Atheists said:

    Theses calenders were used to measure real time, not “spiritual time,” which is as meaningless a phrase as “spiritual lobster” or “spiritual gravity.” Similar calendars occur in distance and divided cultures becuase they are basing their calenders on the same thing, i.e., the motions of heavenly bodies and the seasons. After being spiced up by the religious and cultural beliefs of the day, we arrive at what we observe of their labors today. Also, this idea that the Mayan’s were so totally advanced that they managed to predict the end times when our scientists, engineers, and philosophers failed to do so seems absurd. The advancements required to accomplish what those ancient societies did pales in comparison to the complexity of engineering a single computer chip. We are more advanced, technologically and intellectually, in every possible way. Much more. Perhaps we are not “spiritually advanced,” though. Maybe if I go have some “spiritual coffee,” watch some “spiritual TV,” and then have a satisfying spiritual BM, this notion of 2012 might come to me in an epiphany…but I doubt it (see how putting spiritual in front of everything doesn’t necessarily make it deep, rational, or sensible?). If the world ends on 2012, it will be becuase we end it.

    February 24, 2009

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