Back in Action!
David Wilcock, Divine Cosmos, Dec. 8, 202
NOT EXPECTING DOOM AND GLOOM
I am not expecting a cataclysm or disaster. December 21st, 2012 is very likely the end of a 25,920-year cycle that over 30 ancient cultures had “encoded” into their mythologies — by some source unknown to mainstream science.
These ancient cultures had no tangible, physical way to connect with each other across time and space — and yet two top historians in the 1960s, Santillana and von Dechend, made a very compelling case of the worldwide appearance of this cycle in mythology.
The technical name for this cycle is “the precession of the equinoxes.” I first learned about its prevalence in ancient cultures by reading “Fingerprints of the Gods” by Graham Hancock in 1995.
This cycle is heavily discussed in The Source Field Investigations, my videos, and many other articles on this site.
This 25,920-year cycle isn’t just a feature of mythology — it represents the apparent motion of the stars in the night sky, which drift by 1 degree every 72 years when you look at them on the same day each year — such as the Winter Solstice.
In Western astrology, the cycle is divided up into 12 parts of 2,160 years each — known as the “Ages of the Zodiac.” We are now moving into the “Age of Aquarius.”
The most exciting aspect of this cycle is that the ancient prophecies almost always tell us the end of this cycle will usher in a profoundly wonderful Golden Age on earth — unlike anything we’ve ever seen before.
THE END-DATE IS ACCURATE
It does appear that the Mayan Calendar end-date of December 21st is a technically accurate day for when this shift-point will occur. The scholarship on this being the correct end-date for the calendar is certainly compelling.
At 5,125 years, the Mayan Calendar is very nearly one-fifth of this “master cycle” in length. [Technically it comes out to 25,625 years as opposed to 25,920 — or a mere 295 years shy of the “ideal harmonic” cycle length of 25,920 years.]
As I argued in The Source Field Investigations, the prophecies around this date, and its outcome, are worldwide — and the vast majority of them indicate a positive, not a negative outcome.