Each week I receive an astrological report from a very insightful astrologer. She explains how the movement of the planets influences our world and why we are experiences certain events at a given moment in time. This week she talks about the planets in relationship to the angry demonstrations that have spread from this country to other places around the world. Apparently, Saturn (the taskmaster) is now moving into Libra (scales of balance) but there is no indication that the demonstrations are going to cease.
According to Aztec/Mayan predictions our world is almost at an end of the fourth stage of existence. By the time December 2012 roles around we will be entering a fifth stage and a new beginning. Apparently before this “New Beginning” takes place we are supposedly going to experience much turbulence disasters and death. Do we need either the planets or ancient prophesy to convince us of this?
Throughout centuries, many famous prophets have predicted the end-times, especially in the Book of Revelations of the Bible.
So, where does all this doom and gloom leave mankind at this time?
I don’t pretend to be a prophet or a ‘soothsayer’ of any description and by the same token, I’m not a Pollyanna. What I do try to be is a logical, sensible individual and use my common-sense. First of all, panic is out of the question because this in itself is disastrous. People want change but are the methods now being practiced going to be effective? Is this present crisis an example of how good can come from evil? I have no idea and only time will tell.
I do know that the world has been in existence for Billions of years. Mankind is a ‘Newbie” in comparison, having evolved just a mere fourteen thousand years ago. Whatever holds true for the future of Mankind, logic tells me that this planet will survive, even if we don’t. That’s not to say that I believe we will become extant like the Dinosaurs. But, I do believe that our way of living and consequential survival will change. It’s inevitable. The handwriting is on the wall. We are being forced to look at our life style and see that it’s not working for the planet or ourselves. It hasn’t been working for generations but we chose to ignore the signs. The ‘pot’ is boiling over.
Edgar Cayce had a vision in which he saw himself in a future incarnation. He saw himself riding in a fast moving vehicle and coming to where some workers were digging in the rubble of the remnants of a city. When he asked what city this had been, the answer was “New York.”
Nostradamus and Edgar Cayce described our ‘future’ world as being mostly covered by water.
Some years past, I was asked to give a past-life reading for a woman but instead of seeing a past life, I saw her in the future. It was the twenty second century and the woman’s ‘role’ was that of a “Facilitator” Our planet had changed geographically. Water covered those places where land is now. There wasn’t enough land to accommodate the overcrowded masses of people. The population of the world was much bigger than it already is at this present time.
And so, Mankind had built a ‘sub-station’ in outer-space that I can only describe as an outer-space suburb of futuristic ‘homes that reminded me, vaguely, of a scene from Star Trek, or a Science fiction movie. People from earth were immigrating to this outer–space suburb and this “Facilitator’s” job was to teach the folks how to use ‘artificial oxygen’ in order to live on their new home.
There is no doubt that we are experiencing major changes on this planet; both personally and globally. It’s called Course and Effect. We are the course and are finally reaping the effect.
The other day I was at our local garbage disposal plant to place recyclable material in the assigned dumpster. Although the dumpster was clearly marked as to what could be recycled, it contained a huge plastic bag of household garbage that someone had dumped. Maybe they couldn’t read – or chose to ignore the signs.There was a very clear sign asking folks not to dispose of garbage in this recycling container. Sign of the times we live in? The word slothful comes to mind.
I like to use the analogy that the world is going through “Spring Cleaning.” During a major house-cleaning we usually throw out garbage that has accumulated, box up unwanted stuff that we’ll never use and hopefully recycle it into something useful. Once all the dust has settled and the place is neat and clean, it will be up to Mankind to take better care of our home so that it doesn’t get into such a filthy, state of shambles again.