Should We Be Worried About The Mayan 2012 Prophecy?
By Dorraine Fisher
“There’s no fate but what we make for ourselves,” said the character of young John Conner in the science fiction thriller Terminator 2 as advanced machines plotted to destroy the entire human race.
As we enter mid-year 2012, there’s definitely a strange energy in the air. At times it feels like something’s going on that hasn’t happened before in history. Increased UFO sightings, strange astronomical activity, freakish sounds that seem to be coming from underground, etc. We’ve all heard the media hype about the Mayan 2012 prophecy of the end of the world. But is there any real validity to it?
If you’ve lived a few years like I have, you’ve heard numerous end-of-the-world predictions in your lifetime. And we’re all still here. None of them came true, and why is that? Because we don’t have the power to make such predictions. We don’t know what tomorrow will bring.
And most likely, when the world does come to an end, chances are, none of us will be here, and it will be a huge surprise that no one would’ve have been able to predict. Life is a mystery always, and we’re all mere humans after all. There have been many end-of-the-world scenarios throughout history. This is just one more.
And as far as the Mayans are concerned, if you know anything about ancient cultures, you know that an ending in those cultures very often means a new beginning. The death card in a tarot deck doesn’t actually represent death, it represents great change in one’s life. Death or destruction in ancient belief often refers to rebirth like Aquarian age believers that point to a coming age of enlightenment and understanding in this new millennium. A new beginning for the human race.
Others theorize our solar system will move through the galactic plane this year which causes increased cosmic radiation. This could cause some difficult problems for us, but not the end of the world.
But let me tell you the most disturbing thing surrounding the energy of this year.
Quantum physics teaches us that nothing is solid. Everything is made up of energy. All things we consider to be solids, liquids, gasses, flesh, rock, soil, everything, are all just energy that exists at different levels of vibration. But the most interesting thing about quantum physics is that it’s attempting to learn why particles behave differently when humans enter the equation.
Scientists placed photons, those little particles of light that everything is made of, into a glass tube. At first the particles behaved chaotically like they had no structure. But when human DNA was added to the tube, the photons behaved differently. They became ordered. Something about the human DNA being added to the tube made them suddenly act in a more positive way.
What does this have to do with 2012?
Energy is everything. The feeling surrounding this strange year is a form of energy. The power it seems to have over people is also energy. And energy can’t be destroyed, but it CAN be changed. And we humans have the power to change it, but only if we’re aware of that power. We all do this on a regular basis if we attempt to change our mood or if we say a prayer for someone. It’s all about directing positive energy to the source.
The thing I worry most about in this imagined last year on the planet is the power that’s given to this idea of the end of the world by us. Because what we fear the most is what we create for ourselves. Because when we fear something, we’re actually manifesting negative energy and creating a negative atmosphere for ourselves. We’re feeding what we don’t want. So if what we believe personally comes to fruition like it often does, then imagine the power of negative energy created by billions of people if they fear the same fate so much and believe it so profoundly.
We write the playbook as we go. If we believe with every thread of our existence that something catastrophic will happen, then the odds are much greater that it will happen as we make a stronger effort to feed our own imaginations with negativity. If human DNA, the stuff we’re made of, has so much power to make photons behave in a positive way, and photons make up everything on earth, then that means we have the power to change everything around us for the better.
And just think, two hundred years ago who would’ve imagined we’d be communicating with little phones to others all the way around the world, and receiving streams of data via computers and internet seemingly like magic?
The future is definitely not set. There IS no fate but what we make for ourselves. No one can predict tomorrow. There are too many variables.
So is a positive attitude the key to making this whole prediction go away? No one really knows, but, in light of the knowledge we have, it certainly can’t hurt.
We’re all more powerful than we ever imagined. We just need to believe it. ***********
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