posted on Oct, 25 2012 @ 10:16 PM
While reading this topic I was taken aback and saddened by the often angry dismissal of its message, and the at times outright denigration and insult
to these people's culture. (Dead or otherwise.)
The fact remains that even if we cannot establish any sort of definitive or canonical connection between these individuals and the Classic Maya to
whom the 2012 "prophecy" is attributed so readily, the inscriptions depicting the conclusion of this baktun do not denote apocalyptic or
catastrophic events synonymous with "the end of the world." To the contrary, the most recent finds clearly indicated that the end of this baktun
would solidify the perpetuation of the lineage of their kings.
As for other possible changes that are associated with the date... no one longs for a more harmonious, conscious, enlightened human species and world
in ecological balance than I do. Believe me. But such has been predicted in association with countless other dates, countless other times before. I
see no compelling reason to see this date as being of any greater significance than those preceding it. That said, anything is possible, and I would
be absolutely delighted to find
such reasons and for something to actually happen.
For the time being, I feel the work of making the world a better place for us to dwell is up to each of us, and may take many generations given the
current state of affairs. So my suggestion is that we get to work on it.
Just my two cents. Peace.