Drunvalo is a man with so much information that he willingly shares with us as this is the reason he is here with us today on Earth. I encourage you to take time to listen to what he says. The videos are over 2 hours so grab your favorite drink, get comfy, and take in all he tells. It is worthwhile. Much love and respect to all — Ann.
Published on Oct 26, 2012
Esoteric researcher Drunvalo Melchizedek discussed the great Earth activations fueling 2012 and what the Mayan Elders knew about the pending changes. He explained that the universe goes through cycles and that when the latest cycle reaches its conclusion, believed by many to be on December 21st, 2012, a massive shift of the Earth’s poles will take place. Depending on how long this polar shift lasts, he said, the effects on human memory and the mind as well as the Earth’s crust could be dire.
Melchizedek, who has spent over 25 years working with the Mayans, detailed what they have told him about these impending Earth changes. He revealed that the Mayans believe that the infamous date in December of 2012 is actually “the least likely day” for anything to happen. According to the them, the event will take place during a window of time which began on October 24th, 2007 and ends in 2015. Melchizedek pointed to the outburst of the Comet Holmes in October of 2007 as the prophesied harbinger of “the moment when the End of Time began.”
Rather than fear these potential Earth changes, Melchizedek said that the Mayans see the period as “a time to celebrate and be excited about,” because it will result in positive advancements for humankind. “Yes, there’s a lot of destruction,” he said, “but there’s brand new birth. A new humanity is born.” Based on what he has learned about the Mayan prophecies, the impending event will result in humans entering into the 4th dimension where “whatever we think or feel happens. It’s a whole new ballgame.”
Drunvalo Melchizedek is the author of four books including The Ancient Secrets of the Flower of Life, Volumes I and II, Living in the Heart and his newest one, Serpent of Light. These books have been published in 29 languages and reach out to over one hundred countries throughout the world.
Drunvalo also founded the Flower of Life Workshops with over 300 trained and certified facilitators teaching in over sixty countries. He is consultant for the international Internet magazine, Spirit of Ma’at,http://www.spiritofmaat.com with over 1 million viewers each year.
Drunvalo is a world traveler and has given workshops, seminars and lectures on sacred geometry, human energy fields, spirituality, meditation and living in the heart in 45 countries. His meditation with the angels and his work with prana and energy healing has helped tens of thousands of people.
New Age beliefs
Many assertions about the year 2012 form part of a non-codified collection of New Age beliefs about ancient Maya wisdom and spirituality. Archaeoastronomer Anthony Aveni says that while the idea of “balancing the cosmos” was prominent in ancient Maya literature, the 2012 phenomenon does not draw from those traditions. Instead, it is bound up with American concepts such as the New Age movement, millenarianism, and the belief in secret knowledge from distant times and places. Established themes found in 2012 literature include “suspicion towards mainstream Western culture”, the idea of spiritual evolution, and the possibility of leading the world into the New Age by individual example or by a group’s joined consciousness. The general intent of this literature is not to warn of impending doom but “to foster counter-cultural sympathies and eventually socio-political and ‘spiritual’ activism”. Aveni, who has studied New Age and SETI communities, describes 2012 narratives as the product of a “disconnected” society: “Unable to find spiritual answers to life’s big questions within ourselves, we turn outward to imagined entities that lie far off in space or time—entities that just might be in possession of superior knowledge”
Mystical speculations about the precession of the equinoxes and the Sun’s proximity to the center of the Milky Way appeared in Hamlet’s Mill (1969) by Giorgio de Santillana and Hertha von Deschend. These were quoted and expanded upon by Terence and Dennis McKenna in The Invisible Landscape (1975). The significance of a future “galactic alignment” was noted in 1991 by astrologer Raymond Mardyks, who asserted that the winter solstice would align with the galactic plane in 1998/1999, writing that an event that “only occurs once each 26,000-year cycle and would be most definitely of utmost significance to the top flight ancient astrologers”. Astrologer Bruce Scofield notes, “The Milky Way crossing of the winter solstice is something that has been neglected by Western astrologers, with a few exceptions. Charles Jayne made a very early reference to it, and in the 1970s Rob Hand mentioned it in his talks on precession but didn’t elaborate on it. Ray Mardyks later made a point of it, and after that John [Major] Jenkins, myself, and Daniel Giamario began to talk about it.”[