end of the mayan calendar

End of the Mayan Calendar

Future Predictions and the end of the Mayan calendar

This Friday, October 28, 2011, signals the end of the last recorded Mayan cycle as interpreted by some researchers.  There are a lot of theories out there about what the Mayan Calendars and day counts and artifacts mean, and when they really end.   There is some substantial indication, though, that the Mayans charted cycles of experiences and saw them coming with some predictability that has proven true with the passing of the years.

There is also a lot of well documented evidence that our current earth evolutionary cycle of 26,000 years (as determined by our rotation on our axis) will complete at the same time as our sun completes a full 230,000,000 year orbit around the center of our Milky Way Galaxy.   At this time our Galaxy will also complete an even longer orbit around the Great Central Sun.  All those orbits will complete at the equinox of December 2012 in an extremely rare Galactic Alignment.

So what were the Mayans trying to tell us, if indeed we have these interpretations right?  Perhaps that after October 28, 2011 they had no idea what we would create, but that whatever it was, by December 21, 2012 we would have maximum power to create it with.

It would be well for you to understand in the coming days, that you have never had more opportunities to create something new than you do right now,  It is also helpful to understand that if we make definite plans, reservations, or write about something or talk about something, we are anchoring it in the energy that exists today.   There’s certainly nothing wrong with that, just do it with awareness,  because tomorrow’s energy will be even more powerful.  Whenever possible we will probably receive the most benefit by saying  ‘I want this – or something better’.  If you don’t know what you want, just ask for the most benevolent outcome possible.

So to all the creators, will-be creators, and creators-in-training out there,  have a blessed day.

Namaste, Elaine

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