posted on May, 29 2009 @ 07:02 PM
I know, right?! What most people don't know is that Pittsburgh is truly a stunning city, albeit a surprising choice. What's really interesting is
"The Golden Triangle", a nickname it's commonly referred by, is also home to Richard Mellon Scaife. Check out the skyline in the photo from the
article. I've never realized how many pyramids there are.
Now here's where it gets a little twisted. The link above is to Point of Light: Online "Pittsburgh and the Mayan Calendar". 2/3 of the way into
the article (another pyramid) is a section titled "Why is Pittsburgh So Central In These Prophesies and Evolutionary Shifts?" It states that "the
Point Park area, where the three rivers converge was a sacred site for tribal rituals of the Native Americans" and that "all indigenous cultures
recognized as a sacred power any geographical area where three rivers merge." Now what most people don't know is that there is a fourth,
underground river, which provides the water used in the trademark fountain at the Point. According to this article four rivers carry special
significance to the Mayan 2012 Prophecies.
Were the inhabitants of Meadowcroft Rockshelter the predecessors of the ancient Maya? It goes on to say because of the uniqueness of the 4 rivers,
"several visionaries, healers, a Himalayan holy man, and the Dalai Lama himself have all confirmed that the Point where the rivers converge is a
sacred portal, which creates a mirror image of the sacred Mayan Universal World Tree visible, in the Milky Way".
The author further states that "by 2011-2012, Pittsburgh will be recognized globally as a spiritual powerhouse."
I don't know what, if any, connection there is, but I hope you had as much fun reading it as I did. Pittsburgh.......who'd a thunk it?
(visit the link for the full news article)
[edit on 29-5-2009 by Abbby]