December 21, 2012

Exactly what is all of the excitement over this date in 2012? December 21, 2012 is the date that the Mayan Long Count calendar ends. The ancient Mayas developed the more complicated and intense calendar system the world has ever known. Their Long Count time recordings are based on a count of 26,500 years for a complete length of an age, a full cycle in the times of Earth. This long cycle is divided into 5 equal cycles of 5,125 years. Right now we are almost at the end of the 5th cycle in the Long Count calendar. The age we currently are living in comes to a close at the end of the known long cycle as recorded by the Mayans.

But there is more to the entire 2012 phenomenon than the Mayan calendar. You may have recently heard that to the “ancient Mayans” reaching the end of a cycle was cause for a major celebration, not the end of the world. Yet, there is still cause for concern over the arrival of Winter Solstice 2012. In truth, the Maya people do not predict the end of the world arriving in 2012. They do however predict that it will be the time that humanity will transcend into a spiritual evolvement, a time of peace and beauty.

To those populations who occupy Western civilizations, December 21, 2012 is also the dawning of the Age of Aquarius. To the ancient Maya, the Western zodiac has absolutely no meaning. By the same token, the Maya sacred ceremony of the crystal skulls has no meaning to those from the West or the North. The confusion over what is going on can be traced back to when the current age of man was very young, namely to the Tower of Babel. Each ancient culture has its own interpretation on the end of the world which is really the same as the end of this age.

In the Bible, it states “at the end of this current evil age of man”, which is directly connected to the prophecies and predictions know as the “end of time” and the “end of the world”. According to the knowledge that has been compiled, the events said to be coming in 2012 will be more of a compilation of all of the world’s ancient cultures rushing together to the same goal. This is not as far fetched as you may assume without giving the subject a great deal of study and thought.

A completely new beginning, an overhaul of current humanity and it’s values, beliefs and operations that would allow the entrance of a completely new age is not going to be like nothing every happened. For such an event to occur would be possible only if everything that exists now, our way of life and endeavors must abruptly end. Saying the December 21, 2012 is the end of the world and saying that it is the dawn of a new age both will come with suffering, strife and difficulty. New life only is possible through labor or birthing pains.

The more you know about what is purported, predicted or prophesied to be happening on December 21, 2012 or even leading up to this date, the easier the entire change will be on you. You cannot go into uncharted territory without a map, some form of preparation. Imagine venturing into the jungle packed and armed for a trip in the Antarctic. How long would you last with all the wrong supplies and clothing for such a trek? Being prepared means planning ahead, possessing an awareness of what could happen.

Learning what could happen does not mean that it will. No one plans for their house to burn to the ground or their car to be totaled while driving home from work. That’s why we pay for insurance, so we’re prepared for the unexpected. No one wishes that world will end either. But how will you fare through 2010, 2011 or even 2012 if you don’t know everything it might entail or what could really happen at 11:11 am on December 21, 2012?


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