I was a full-time professional time traveler for about ten years. Had a private psychic counseling practice. (And no neon sign or turban for me; just
a shared office in a medical building.) Although I tried to work with people in the sense of helping them see what they were in the process of
CREATING, through their emotions, actions, programming, past, and intentions, quite often people would still approach the whole idea of getting a
reading from the mindset of "Tell me my FUTTTTUREEE!" So I actually became very proficient at time traveling as part of my work.
I learned to FEEL time, to feel and touch the texture of it, which is almost like a river or a stream percolating with dynamic energy.
I learned that people create their own personal timelines, which are also PROBABILITIES, because time and probability are one. And then those personal
timelines operate within the larger group timeline or group probability that seven billion people are creating at any given moment. Both things factor
into what you are going to experience, moment to moment.
News flash: seven billion people are not creating the end of the world tomorrow. Sure, they're fuucckking wounded; they're psychically damaged; and
we're a deeply dysfunctional species at the moment. If every generation didn't experience war and we had time to explore what it really means to be
human, without having to watch our backs all the time and enter into defensive mode, we could flourish and thrive and create and come into our full
potential. That won't be happening any time soon given where we are now. But we're also not destroying ourselves.
Mother Earth, too, loves us for some reason and is NOT generating Earth changes to kill us all off. What IS going on is "weather wars" using
horrific weather war technology, and many criminal factions possess this technology at this time. But those are manipulated events, designed to induce
fear and helplessness and a willingness to embrace more government/military control. They are not natural, organic Earth processes.
We create multiple personal timelines, but mostly, people don't bother to change what's happening in their lives very much because they live in
chronic fear. So even someone with no activated psychic abilities whatsoever, your average gypsy type of scammer, is going to be pretty damned good at
predicting someone's future. This is because most people don't have the balls to actually take ACTION and navigate onto a better, healthier, and
more prosperous timeline because humans are lemmings who go with the flow until the last possible moment, when they're headed over the cliff edge and
going, "HOLY SHHHIIIIITT!"
The Mayan prophecies were about the Mayan people, anyway, who have already largely left this planet; most were absorbed into the Toltec civilization
circa 1200 AD; the remnants still struggle to retain cultural identity and are dying off just like all the indigenous people are. Only, unlike, say,
the First Nations people, who tended to be a bit more peaceful (not saying that all Native Americans were 100% peaceful, because some were quite
warlike and bloody, but speaking in a general way) . . . the Mayans practiced ritual bloodletting to invoke their "gods" ( the negative critters
lurking in the lower astral who have tormented humanity for thousands of years.)
So the predicted retreat or withdrawal of Mayan energy from this planet is a GOOD THING. Something to be celebrated. As their psychic darkness recedes
from view, a tiny bit more light, and a bit more psychic clarity, might be able to penetrate into humanity's collective and current consciousness.
And who knows what wonderful things we might create from here on out?
One thing I do know, speaking as a professional time traveler, is this:
It's all up to us.