Monday, April 28, 2008

2012

There is alot of noise and speculation surrounding the impending approach of the year 2012 and the Mayan Calender. It is my speculation that the Mayan Calendar is something far more than just a system or graph to mark the passage of time. The Mayan Calendar may also be a prophetic calendar that can help us understand the past and foresee the future. It is a calendar of the Ages that describes how the progression of Heavens and Underworlds condition and impact human consciousness and the frames for our thoughts and actions within a given Age. The Mayan Calendar does not predict the end of the world 2012, but the start of a new era; the Aquarian age.

If any of you are familiar with the field of Astro-Theology then you know what I am talking about. The sun takes approximately 2,000 years to pass backward through one zodiac sign, this is referred to as an "age" or an "aeon" and is known as the procession of the equinoxes. This procession for example causes the fixed stars to rise and set against the earth’s solar years so that at the first day of spring, which is the spring equinox, the constellation of Aries no longer rises but the constellation of Pisces does now. Prior to, and during the time of Moses the sun resided in the House of Taurus. The Exodus marked the dawning of the Age the sun entering into the House of Aries and the closing or exiting of the sun from the house of Tarus.

When the Israelites were in the wilderness they made an image to worship, do you remember what it was? Yes, a golden bull (Taurus) because that was the imagery with which they were familiar. Moses, heralding in a new age (Aries) commanded them to destroy the bull (the same imagery is seen in the cult of Mithras). After Moses had established the Torah or Law, what became the means to call together the congregation and ceremoniously open and close worship? The Shofar or ram's horn (see the Aries symbolism?). Once the sun had quit the house of Aries came the dawn of the age of Pieces and Christianity. What was the main symbol for early Christians? The fish. In fact, this symbolism is frequently used in the New Testament: Christ fed the multitude with two fish and a loaf of bread, the Disciples were fishermen, "Follow me and I shall make you fishers of men," not to mention the Papal tiara being shaped like a fish head with it's mouth agape.

Each sign exerts its influence on humanity's consciousness, thoughts, and spiritual development.

1 comment:

renee said...

so what is your scholarly prediction for the age of the waterbearer?