This is the first time I had a chance to look at the thread. I thank the OP for posting because another piece of my puzzle just
went............click.......... so please don't take this as a debunking because this is exiting to me. I'll work my way up to the explaination.
When I first saw the name Melchezedek it gave me pause (a looong pause.) I can't believe that if I looked in the phone book down in progreso mexico, I
would find families with that last name. It is not myan.
Melchizedek / Melke-zidek / Albimelech is a very old name from the times of at least abraham, and possibly even the times of noah. He keeps popping
up. Here read all about him in wiki
A variation of his ID can be found in many writings that work there way into many religions almost unseen. In the second book of Enoch he even has a
role helping Noah before, during, and after the flood. There is something very mysterious about this character in the old writings. He is a high
preist of god in most cases and is a very brilliant mathematician too.
So when I do a quick search on Drunvalo, I find that yes he changed his name in order to become "reborn" (I guess) because he apparently became a
master in the Order of Alpha & Omega. which I believe is based in canada. He teaches from the same dogma that involves sacred geometry, spheres of
existance, and the thought of the concept of *I AM*
There is another guy out there doing the same thing. His name is Nassim Haramien. He puts on a good show. using nice models and presentations, and
graphs to explain the entire universe as a series of ever more complicated geometric models and parallel universe spheres. He also seems to explain
our part, gods part, and the alien issue part. The one thing that I caught first though was his name. It seems to be a play on Haram Abif. (Abif is
extremly important in masonic teachings). In his long lectures he explains how he came up with all his calculations, and they usually involve stories
of him living out of his van being a free thinker and just enjoying life. He mentions his time he spent canada, and brings up the alpha & omega enough
times for me to notice, but he never mentions the order of A&O.
I wondered how Nassim went from living out a van to doing paid lectures, and now I know. These 2 guys teach basicly the same stuff, and my very first
reaction was from the gullable side of me, but the more patient side of me said "Hang on there buddy, lets just keep note of this, and not rush into
anything, keep centered" These two people (and some others I'm looking at) would do well in my book if their followings stayed constant in the future.
Because if something were to happen that would throw the earths population into religious termoil, then I think people like this are prepositioned
pretty good to pick up the scraps.
My point is this. Yes these two are within every right to work out for themselves their own beliefs, and if people like their teachings then go enjoy
them, just be careful. IMO there is a deceptive reason they took these names in vain. (I'm getting the strong feeling that deception plays a major
part in everything not right in the world, and I hate the idea of being tricked)
If these guys and others like them end up in the mainstream. then I'll know the times are upon us, and that I will have to really keep my eyes
edit on 23-9-2010 by Khaaaaaan!! because: hey