“We are on the verge of a truly great period of illumination.”
As the 2012 Tipping Point approaches we are seeing massive public awareness being generated, possibly as a manifestation of the prophetic message itself taking its place within our civilization.
The mythological creation and destruction of previous worlds is not a unique conception of the ancient Nahuas and Mayas, or of contemporary Pueblos and Navajos. For example the belief was common to Hindu and Tibetan Buddhism; to Zoroasterism, the religion of ancient Persia; to the Chinese; it is found in the myths of Iceland and the Polynesian Islands; and is recorded throughout the world. This universal myth has a deep historical basis.
The large audiences expected for the November, 2009 release of the cataclysmic film 2012 being presented by Sony Corp is a prime example of the advancement of the prophetic myth. The millions of copies of Bestselling author Dan Brown’s new book The Lost Symbol being read throughout the world are bringing a more enlightened perspective into the public awareness. Our organization is widely publicising and presenting a conference in Cancun with leading thinkers to explore the phenomenon in depth. This ancient prophecy is exploding into the modern world. Even stand-up comics are making fun and bringing it into mass consciousness.
Following is a short excerpt from The Lost Symbol, Dan Brown’s new bestseller emphasizing a great enlightenment is coming—
Peter Solomon’s face revealed nothing. “My own beliefs should not concern you. What should concern you is that this prophecy of a coming enlightenment is echoed in virtually every faith and philosophical tradition on earth. Hindus call it the Krita Age, astrologers call it the Age of Aquarius, the Jews describe the coming of the Messiah, theosophists call it the New Age, cosmologists call it Harmonic Convergence and predict the actual date.”
“December 21, 2012!” someone called.
“Yes, unnervingly soon…if you’re a believer in Mayan math.”
Langdon chuckled, recalling how Solomon, ten years ago, had correctly predicted the current spate of television specials predicting that the year 2012 would mark the End of the World.
“Timing aside,” Solomon said, I find it wondrous to note that throughout history, all of mankind’s disparate philosophies have all concurred on one thing—that a great enlightenment is coming. In every culture, in every era, in every corner of the world, the human dream has focused on the same exact concept—the coming apotheosis of man…the impending transformation of our human minds into their true potentiality.” He smiled. “What could possibly explain such a synchronicity of beliefs?”
“Truth,” said a quiet voice in the crowd.
Solomon wheeled. “Who said that?”
The hand that went up belonged to a tiny Asian boy whose soft features suggested he might be Nepalese or Tibetan. “Maybe there is a universal truth embedded in everyone’s soul. Maybe we all have the same story hiding inside, like a shared constant in our DNA. Maybe this collective truth is responsible for the similarity in all of our stories.”
Solomon was beaming as he pressed his hands together and bowed reverently to the boy. “Thank you.”
Everyone was quiet.
“Truth,” Solomon said, addressing the room. “Truth has power. And if we all gravitate toward similar ideas, maybe we do so because those ideas are true . . . written deep within us. And when we hear the truth, even if we don’t understand it, we feel that truth resonate within us . . . vibrating with our unconscious wisdom. Perhaps the truth is not learned by us, but rather, the truth is re-called . . . re-membered . . . re-cognized . . . as that which is already inside us.”
The silence in the hall was complete.
Solomon let it sit for a long moment, then quietly said, “In closing, I should warn you that unveiling the truth is never easy. Throughout history, every period of enlightenment has been accompanied by darkness, pushing in opposition. Such are the laws of nature and balance. And if we look at the darkness growing in the world today, we have to realize that this means there is equal light growing. We are on the verge of a truly great period of illumination, and all of us—all of you—are profoundly blessed to be living through this pivotal moment of history. Of all the people who have ever lived, in all the eras in history . . . we are in that narrow window of time during which we will bear witness to our ultimate renaissance. After millennia of darkness, we will see our sciences, our minds, and even our religions unveil the truth.”
Solomon was about to get a hearty round of applause when he held his hand for silence. “Miss?” He pointed directly to the contentious blond girl in back with the cell phone. “I know you and I didn’t agree on much, but I want to thank you. Your passion is an important catalyst in the coming changes. Darkness feeds on apathy . . . and conviction is our most potent antidote. Keep studying your faith. Study the Bible.” He smiled. “Especially the final pages.”
“The Apocalypse?” she said.
“Absolutely. The Book of Revelation is a vibrant example of our shared truth. That last book of the Bible tells the identical story as countless other traditions. They all predict the coming unveiling of great wisdom.”
Some else said, “But isn’t Apocalypse about the end of the world? You know Antichrist, Armageddon, the final battle between good and evil?”
Solomon chuckled. “Who here studies Greek?”
Several hands went up.
“What would the word apocalypse literally mean?”
“It means,” one student began, and then paused as if surprised. “Apocalypse means ‘to unveil . . . or to reveal.’ ”
Solomon gave the boy a nod of approval. “Exactly. The Apocalypse is literally a reveal-ation. The Book of Reveal-ation in the Bible predicts an unveiling of great truth and unimaginable wisdom. The Apocalypse is not the end of the world, but rather it is the end of the world as we know it. The prophecy of the Apocalypse is just one of the Bible’s beautiful messages that has been distorted.” Solomon stepped to the front of the stage. “Believe me, the Apocalypse is coming . . . and it will be nothing like what we were taught.”
2012 TIPPING POINT – The Prophets Conference Cancun
22-29 January 2010
The purpose of this conference is to explore a radically different, more optimistic interpretation of the Mayan prophecy – as referring to the end of the world as we have known it. Instead of predicting a physical destruction of the material world, the Mayan prophecy might refer to death and rebirth and a mass inner transformation of humanity. The conference brings together Stanislav Grof, Jose Arguelles, Graham Hancock, Jacque Fresco, John Major Jenkins, Christine Page, Daniel Pinchbeck, Roxanne Meadows, and Miguel Angel Vergara in the beautiful setting of Cancun, Mexico. Following the conference will be a pilgrimage to the Mayan sites of Chichen Itza, Coba, Ek Balam, and Muyil.
Conference Information – http://www.greatmystery.org/events/cancun2012.html
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