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Time and The Use of Calendars

on September 7, 2011

Many people do not know that the Mayan Calendar is a chart that tracks consciousness and not necessarily time.  So calendars are not just for keeping track of what day it is.  They serve a very valuable function in society and in fact are the core of every society.

Even our Gregorian calendar serves the function of coordinating societies events.  Christmas is on Dec. 25th and society shifts around this time to celebrate giving, and honor the Christ.  July 4th is Independence Day here in the USA but means nothing to the other societies around the world.  They celebrate their independence days on their appropriate days.  If a country is majorly one religion or another the whole country will celebrate these holy days on certain days of the year which are tracked by their calendar.

The Hebrew calendar tracks Jewish holidays, and the Chinese calendar or Yin calendar tracks Asian holidays.  It is interesting to note that the Chinese refer to the Gregorian calendar as the Yang calendar, which simply tracks days and allows them to be in tune with the rest of the world.  2011 is the year of the rabbit which began on Feb. 3rd and ends on Jan. 22, 2012.  The year has certain traits and/or energies that are inherit to that time period.  This has been the way of almost all cultures for the past 5,000 years.  Time is a cycle and can be used to forecast the future.

“Numerology is any study of the purported mystical relationship between a count or measurement and life.”  It has been used in various forms for thousands of years and has validity when it is fully understood and believed.  A website that I use is http://numerology.findyourfate.com.  Just remember that nothing has meaning till you give it meaning.  This is profound in its implications, so think about that a minute.  Then follow numerology or not.  As an example, Christmas has no meaning till you give it meaning.  Someone from a tribe in the Amazon who has never heard of Christ does not have the slightest idea what Christmas is.

We have been hearing much about the date Dec. 21, 2012 and other dates because they are significant to someone’s calendar, namely ours and the Mayan calendar.  The Dec. 21st date is the equinox and the alignment of the Galactic Convergence.  (Some claim it to be the end of the Mayan Calendar)  It is also supposed to be the end of the Piscean age and the beginning of Aquarius, although I have discovered these changes are not a daily event, meaning they occur over many years.  Starting sometime around 1987 and ending sometime around 2060.

The more significant date is the end of the Mayan Calendar on Oct. 28th, 2011.  Dr. Carl Calleman has done significant research into the Mayan calendar and provides empirical proof that this date is the one we should be focusing on.  He explains why, “The understanding of Mayan time as quantized also provides a meaningful way of looking at the so-called end date where it is not even potentially a preset end of the world. (This is why no one embracing the October 28, 2011 date has fallen to claim that it is a preset end of the world). The end date simply reflects the point in time when the Cosmic Tree of Life attains its highest quantum state. This also implies that it is not the beginning of a new cycle and it is only on this basis that it is rationally understandable that this state would serve to create a millennium of peace in the “New Jerusalem” as the new world is called in the Book of Revelation. To instead use a Hindu metaphor it becomes logical that the attainment of this highest state means liberation from the wheels (cycles) of Karma. As the student of the evidence-based Mayan calendar will know almost all conflicts and warfare in the history of mankind actually originate in quantum shifts between cosmic energies and only as those come to an end is there any serious reason to hope for the emergence of a world in harmony. Hence, in this interpretation of the Mayan calendar there is absolutely no reason to think that the end date means the end of life or a “doomsday” when the world is predetermined to come to an end.

What the end date does mean however is that on October 28, 2011 the shifts between energies will come to an end and it is thus no wonder that many intuitively sense that the year that follow upon this, 2012, is very special. The processes that have been driving cosmic evolution until now will no longer be operating and after some time for things to settle the human beings will be left to create evolution themselves. What this means is in my view that the end date is not just another shift. Instead it constitutes the end of the shifts that have been caused by alternations in the quantum states of the Tree of Life up until that point,…” (Calleman, 2009)

Be sure to read the entire article for the full explanation.  To further this discussion on Mayan calendar, the Mayan people used the calendar to determine what kind of day they would have.  If the calendar said it was to be a day of compassion then they would live with compassion that day and if it said they were to be hateful, get married, to fight, etc., then they would.  The calendar made choices for them and each person followed it like the letter of the law.  This is the process that is ending, which we have been feeling the effects of in the liberation movements of the recent past.

It is important to be in tune with your deepest inner desires in this time of liberation, because the door is being flung open and literally anything is possible.  I invite you to take a tour of your inner self (through the power of imagination and introspection) and really get clear on your desires.  Those who do not decide are allowing others that privilege.  Blessings on your Journey of Love!!

🙂 Sequoia Elisabeth

Unity in Gender Diversity

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