posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 09:08 PM
Originally posted by SonOfTheLawOfOne
Originally posted by Zeer0
reply to post by VoidHawk
Well thats usually what this 'end date' of the Mayan Clander eventually leads too.
Sorry, but you are incorrect. Maybe based on what you've read, but that is not the meaning.
The Mayans never said anything about the end of the world. It was, and always has been, about CHANGE.
Their beliefs stem from cycles that occur in relation to astronomical events, and the changes that they bring when they occur. Those astronomical
events happen in predictable cycles over many hundreds and thousands of years.
I would say that we're seeing some real changes in the world as we speak, wouldn't you?
You are wasting your time and energy attempting to correct. They maya aren't the only group of folks who refer to the cycles, they just happened to
be the only who carved the information given to them in stone - though there is a great relief sculpture in the ceiling of a pyramid which speaks to
the same cycle.
The "end of the world" strawman has its own monument with a maya inscription and its own set of worshipers who accept the human condition as not
only a fact but desirable. Humans were programmed to believe in linear time, and time means days of the week, month, and year and that's it. Humans
were programmed to leave all aspirations of anything beyond being water carriers and sex slaves for their keepers in favor of considering themselves
lucky to be alive. Their keepers made sure to create confusion and hatred whenever things came up that contradicted the poor little slave races true
identity - slaves on a rock that came from a bang, evolved to a life where smart phones are the highest form of expression and anything, anything
regarding their true identity is to be only connected to the ape, which, had the ape been good at making tea would have been the preferred slave.
Thankfully at the end of these cycles there is always the choice to remain enslaved, and those who prefer this floating prison can indeed continue on.
For the rest who would like to explore the rest of Creation - the fun awaits.