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December 21, 2012

This innocuous date, usually associated with the winter solstice, has become synonymous with hysteria. It is said to be the date when we see the end of the world. It is a date that is linked with the dawn of a new age, when Earthlings will reach heightened levels of consciousness. It is a date nobody knows what will happen – if anything at all.

The date on everybody’s lips and red-ringed in our mental calendars stems from the date the Mayan Long Count calendar ends. It has subsequently fuelled a raging furnace of media speculation. Why does the Mayan calendar end on 21.12.12? There are many theories ranging from World War III and a nuclear holocaust to dreams of a heightened sense of spiritual awareness which will bring an enlightened age of peace and harmony into the world. Which do you think is most likely?

The only fact that can be confirmed about 21 December 2012 is it is the date of the winter solstice. We know this because it happens every year. Astronomers tell us the significant difference between the 2012 solstice from most other previous winter solstices is that in 2012 the planets of the solar system will be aligned in a straight formation with the sun straight down the centre of the Milky Way. This cosmic event could prove to be the undoing of our planet and the world as we know it. What that change will be is yet to be seen.

In the meantime we can ask questions and speculate. Yet this is no small question. Quite the contrary, it deals with some of the larger concepts in the universe. From a metaphysical perspective, the world recreates itself every instant. December 21, 2012 completes the zodiac cycle that began in 1996, the change from the Age of Pisces to the Age of Aquarius. For the Mayan and the Hopi it completes the passing from the 4th world to the 5th world.

From a cosmic perspective, understanding the nature of how the planetary alignment on 21 December 2012 will affect our planet cannot be predicted. So people look elsewhere in search for answers. They look at the predictions of the Hopi Indians of the Arizona region in southwest America who tell us the signs of ancient prophecies predicting the end of times are evident in today’s world. They look at world affairs and fear the world leaders are guiding us along a crumbling precipice. They turn to the quatrains of Nostradamus and allege his prophecies are unfolding.

The simple answer is that every one of the scenarios put forward has some foundation of truth. Anyone of them could be real. All of them could be wrong. But in the meantime it has us all gripped like a psychological thriller or an Agatha Christie type whodunit. We are compelled to keep reading and just have to keep guessing. The need for answers is part of human desire. And 2012 has got us gripped tighter than the plot of any book, film or play. And the stories will continue to be told.

But what if you could tell your own story. What will happen to you on 21.12.2012? Imagine if you will that you are in a vast central train station. The tracks are arranged like the spokes of a giant wheel, each moving away from the center in a different direction. The trains are all scheduled to depart at the same moment. You and every other human being on Earth are at the station; free to board any train you want.

Now that you know where you will be on the day the world ends, you get to decide which train you’d like to ride. There is still time (according to the calendars of this illusion) before the trains must leave the station. Plenty of time for you to decide what you want to happen and be the God you already are. The choice, as always, is yours.

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