November 4, 2011
Life is so big, the planet so large, and the universe so awesome that there’s no way anyone can appreciate how vast the world is or so small we are in comparison.
We have such a limited view, such a limited vision of the reality of life!
It seems that we’re making progress; however, when one looks back at recent archaeological discoveries, tries to comprehend how the Great pyramids were built, and explain the many sacred sites around the globe, it’s obvious we’re clueless in many ways.
>Who can fathom the 5,125 year cycle of the Mayans?
>Who can comprehend the five Suns of the Hopi?
>Who understands the impact of the 100,000 year cycle of ice ages?
>Who really knows if the 420,000 year Antarctica core drillings are valid?
>Who know the language of Gaia?
We have such limited visions in part because we have clung to the visions of individuals who interpreted the world thousands of years ago. While there much to be learned from what has been handed down to us, let us not be blinded by their humanity and lack of scientific knowledge.
We stand on the stage of great change and challenge.
December 21, 2012 is more of a symbol and a reminder of massive changes underway in our galaxy: more than being a single day or hour of apocalyptic happenings. We need to go within and to see far without. We are spirit beings who came from afar, for reasons way beyond making the monthly mortgage.
What are those reasons, or is you vision too limited by “daily debts”?