Wednesday, 19 December 2012

2 Obsidian Mirror, Wednesday 19 December 2012

The Thoughtform Recorded History Will End

Yesterday One Earthmover, I have confirmation that the exact Solstice moment, 11:11 GMT, is the precise point when the timeline changes. 

This is why you want to release your story to get the upgrade, which is to say, to come into resonance with the new timeline and the new story. I have stayed tuned into the Maya Long Count, especially recently, with many ceremonies. If you cut through the noise of the world you can feel it for yourself.

The Thirteen Baktun Cycle is 5,125 years long approximately, this cycle started on 3114 BCE, the birth of the thought form designated as recorded history. 

The evidence of Izapa, (JMJ) suggests that the 2012 era 91980-2016 approx) is the completion of a Galactic Spin, the much touted ‘26,000 year cycle’, an evolutionary epoch of human cultural evolution. 

Now the question is, whether this is also an end of a Sun, an Aeon? There is no absolute evidence that I have seen that confirms that scale of change, but it is very possible with the 13 cycle ending on the Winter Solstice at 11:11.

Either way the timeline ends.

A good symbol for the 11:11 moment is two temple pillars

A good symbol for contemplation for today is two mirrors facing each other.

Inevitability as compared to flexibility. Today some things are inevitable, but within that framework there is room for flexibility. Do not get too rigid. Stay open to responding to the finest details with full consciousness.

Today is a day where you can potentially operate with great clarity by separating your truth from that which is not relevant to you; by separating clear mind from distorting emotions and separating essential feeling from confused thoughts.

The Challenge of the Day:
The duality of transformation and evolution, the shadow and the shadow of the shadow and the reflection of the reflection of the reflection into eternity.

The challenge today is to open the heart to embrace the paradoxes and polarity; to sit with them and accept them, but not to make decisions about one's whole life.

The limitations of the linear mind can be seen today. The linear mind always says "Yes but..." to everything. There is always a "Yes but..." with the linear mind.

A great day for clear action and immediate decisions, if you just deal with each thing in its own right, as it appears, in the context of the moment.

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