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Year 2012 -satya/dwapara Yuga
The Nostradamus Code: World War III

Chapter 1: Introduction

* Nostradamus and his Quatrains
* How did Nostradamus do it?
* The world stage
* Free will

Chapter 2: Key People in the Time of Troubles

The Antichrist

* Background/overview of the Antichrist
* Political/religious philosophies of the Antichrist

The Popes and the Catholic Church

* Death of the three popes / Catholic Church & the Antichrist
* Assassination of the current pope
* Second-to-last pope "swallowed" by Antichrist's scheming
* The treachery of the final pope
* Demise of the Catholic Church

The NWO and secret conspiracies

* NWO's teeth in the international power flow
* NWO involved in military and economic conquests
* NWO destroyed by the Antichrist
* Fundamentalist fanatics' infiltrations into governments
* Manipulation of the IRA in Ireland by the underworld
* Wealthy United States businessman a closet revolutionary and Nazi

General international political climate

* Fundamentalist censorship
* Terrorist assassinations

Chapter 3: The Antichrist

* Antichrists' unified monetary system
* Antichrist's seizure of Asia
* Antichrist's cultural eradication & European campaign
* Antichrist's ravage of the Catholic Church
* Antichrist's invasion of Turkey
* Switzerland alarmed by Antichrist's Nazism in Germany
* International (non)reaction to the Antichrist

Chapter 4: The Time of Troubles

Prelude to the Antichrist and WWIII

* Crazed leader launches nuclear weapons on Mediterranean and Europe
* Volcanoes, earthquakes, floods, droughts, famines, rioting
* Fiasco from communication breakdown between two superpowers
* Third world country leader creates strife
* Antichrist profits from radar research in Europe

International political and social incidents

* War game simulation by Britain in Europe leads to disaster
* American Electoral College voting stalemate
* Antichrist's rise to power in Middle East

Chapter 5: Scientific Achievements in the Time of Troubles

Technology accidents

* Nostradamus on the dangers of weaponry mixed with natural disaster
* Weather modulation devices go awry, cause ice and hail
* Nuclear reactor meltdown near city with underground chambers
* Space shuttle accident releases microorganisms into atmosphere
* Devastating accidental weaponry explosions from earth tumult
* Ruptured earth energy fields cause meteorite storm
* Research into warping time leads to disaster

The weapons of WWIII

* New, horrific, secret, radical weapons monstrosities in WWIII
* ETW unleashed on San Andreas and New Madrid faults
* Antichrist obtains ETW through espionage, bribery, treachery
* Death by radio waves


* Human eugenics research advanced by the King of Terror
* Eugenics scientists meet grisly deaths from public backlash

Chapter 6: World War III

* Overview: horrible battles, weapons, devastation, death
* Nuclear confrontation in the Middle East
* Mediterranean campaign and the battles of Gibraltar
* Bomb sent at New York by the Antichrist, France retaliates
* Bacteriological warfare strikes New York and London
* Antichrist conquers Europe
* The Antichrist invades Britain
* The crucial meeting on the naval carrier
* Seas, rivers, lakes boil; famines lead to insane cannibalism
* Antichrist's commander succumbs to key strategic failure
* Russia breaks free of the Antichrist
* North Pole Alliance of North America, Europe, and Russia forms
* Ogmios confronts the Antichrist, fate of world in balance

Chapter 7: The geological and spiritual earth shift

* Timing
* The end of civilization
* Geography
* Preparations/Survival
* Old vs. Young Souls
* The New Age of spiritual rebirth
* Reawakening of freedoms and rights
* Peace after WWIII
* Spirituality transcends technology
* Feminine aspects of God revered again
* "Green" revolution, return to the land
* Scientific discoveries reaffirm Eastern religion
* Great Genius unifies religion and science
* Great Genius discovers the science of miracles
* Astonishing feats of medicine
* New philosophy of the Age of Aquarius

Chapter 8: The Great Genius

* Past events
* Cover-ups
* Atlantis
* Great Genius
* Far Future
Mayan Year of Destiny - 2012
by John Van Auken,
Editor of the Ancient Mysteries Newsletter, an A.R.E. Membership Benefit
2012 – Mayan Year of Destiny

At present, the year 2012 is only of interest to those of us who believe in the wisdom of ancient cultures. But soon, very soon, everyone is going to be looking for more information about this Mayan prophesied year of destiny, which many believe to be the end of the Mayan calendar and thus the end of time as we have known it. Let’s look at this calendar and date more closely.

The Long Count Calendar

Actually, it all began with a discovery that has been known for decades about the culture that invented what is known as the Long Count Calendar. On the Pacific coastal plain of Chiapas, Mexico, a few miles from the Guatemala border, the astrological observatory of the Izapa civilization was located. Some believe that the Izapa were the transitional culture between the older Olmec civilization and the emerging Maya; others believe the Izapa were Olmecs.

For almost a thousand years the Long Count Calendar was recorded by the Izapa on monuments and ceramic vessels. Most of the dates refer to local, mundane events, like the crowning of a specific king. However, some of the Long Count monuments refer to mythological events that occurred at the beginning of the current “World Age” that we are living in and which is soon coming to an end.

Time Cycles

Scholars have figured out how the Long Count Calendar correlates with our own Gregorian calendar (using a lot of arithmetic), so we know that the legendary time of the beginning of our present World Age – when all the values were set to zero – occurred on August 11, 3114 BC. And using a complex system of Mayan Baktuns (measurements of time), we can calculate when their calendar reaches a new zero point – basically, every 13 Baktuns (5,125 years), the Long Count resets to zero – the calculated time when our present World Age ends and a new cycle of time commences.

Quirigua Stela "C"Creation, Fall, and Resurrection

Several Creation monuments describe events that occurred in 3114 BC. The texts associated with these Creation monuments state that “creation happens at the Black Hole,” at “the Crossroads,” and “the image” will appear in the sky. The Maya adopted the Izapa calendar, creation myths, and time cycles counting method.

The renowned researcher and author Linda Schele (in Freidel, Schele, and Parker’s Maya Cosmos) wrote: “I realized that every major image from Maya cosmic symbolism was probably a map of the sky. . . . [The] patterns in the Milky Way and the constellations were directly related to the Maya vision of Creation.” Her realization has opened the door to understanding the Mayan cosmology and prophecy.

In order to grasp the Mayan message, we need to understand a little about how they saw the sky and how events in the sky indicated times of death, rebirth, and the passage of time for souls living in this galaxy and in this solar system.

The Milky Way is their major image in the sky. As we know, we live on the outskirts of our galaxy and the Milky Way is the dense cluster of stars when looking toward the center of our galaxy. It appears as a long strip of stars in the sky above us. For the Maya, the rising, passing, and descending of the Milky Way in the sky marked major points in the cycle of time. Also, parts of the Milky Way and other stars prominent in our sky have specific meaning to our lives and the history of humanity and the heavenly realms, the realms of the gods.

To the Maya, the Milky Way’s major features and the changes in its position and shape during the night reveal our origin, passage, and destiny. They are the Tree of Life; the Celestial Crocodile that gnaws at the Tree of Life; the Cosmic Canoe of the “Paddler gods” that follows after the Crocodile; the “lying down sky,” or Black Dream Place; and seven stars in the Big Dipper, representing the egocentric Seven Macaw, who attempted to take the place of the Sun.

Simplistically, the heaven passage tells the story of the rise of the Tree of Life at sunset, followed by the rise of egoism and self-seeking (as seen in Seven Macaw), which brings the rise of dangerous lower urges that crawl on their belly (as the cursed serpent in the Garden of Eden) and attack the rising of life. But these are driven off by the Paddler gods, and eventually the Tree of Life is reborn and rises again near dawn – the complete story of the rise, fall, and resurrection of life.

Rebirth on 2012

On August 11, 3114 BC, a new Solar Age began and the Sun Lord was reborn. Creation Lord deities are often portrayed attending the rebirth of the world, including one called Bolon Yokte K’u, who is closely associated with war, conflict, and the Underworld. Despite these associations, Bolon Yokte is a god that is often present during Creation events. He is portrayed on a ceramic called Vessel of the Seven Lords, which contains the date 3114 BC, the beginning of our present 13-Baktun cycle. Of course, the date that interests us is the beginning of the next 13- Baktun cycle, which occurs on December 21, 2012, the end of the Mayan Calendar. A recent translation of a text from Tortuguero, a Classic Maya site north of Palenque, explicitly points to the date December 21, 2012. Translated by Mayan epigrapher David Stuart, the legible part of the text reads: “At the end of 13 Baktuns, on 4 Ahau 3 Kankin,; something occurs when Bolon Yokte descends.” <i>The verb glyph describing what happens is effaced, so it is replaced with the word something</i>, but the creation lord Bolon Yokte is depicted, meaning that 2012 was thought of by the Maya as a creation or recreation of the world, possibly during a time of war, conflict, and dominance of the Underworld and the Lords of the Underworld.

As we can see, the end of the Mayan Calendar is simply the end of the present World Age. And, important to us, it simply marks the beginning of the next cycle of rebirth, renewal.

There are no specific markings or statements about the year 2012 on the archaeological artifacts at Izapa, but there are numerous images at Izapa that portray a rare celestial alignment that appears in the skies in the years around 2012. This galactic alignment marks the rebirth of the December solstice and the rebirth of the Sun Lord over Seven Macaw’s attempts to replace him. The Sun Lord rises through the Dark Rift in the Milky Way, located between Sagittarius and Scorpio. Scorpio is depicted near the base of the Tree of Life in Mayan illustrations. Souls on Earth experience a change of galactic seasons, a celestial time-cycle shift, with our Sun moving into rebirth at the “Black Hole” at the celestial base of the Tree of Life (a location in the great Milky Way). December 21, 2012, signals the end of this 5,125-year age that we’ve been living in and the commencement of a new Earth Age.

When asked what the New Age means to humanity, Edgar Cayce replied: “by the full consciousness of the ability to communicate with the Creative Forces and be aware of the relationships to the Creative Forces and the uses of same in material environs. This awareness during the era or age in the Age of Atlantis and Lemuria or Mu brought what? Destruction to man, and his beginning of the needs of the journey up through that of selfishness.” (1602-3)

Cayce is informing us that in a previous time cycle, humanity had a level of consciousness and relationship with the Creative Forces that allowed us to live at higher levels of material, mental, and spiritual activity in the Earth and beyond. Unfortunately, we misused this consciousness and the power that came with the close relationship to the Forces. This misuse brought on the destruction of our great cultures and a long, karmic soul journey through the pain and confusion that resulted from our selfishness and self-centered focus on our will without regard for the will of the Creator and others. Now, as the cycles come around again, we are nearing a time when the level of consciousness and relationship with the Creative Forces will allow us once again to regain these powers. How will we use them this time?

Before we despair that humankind is going to misuse these again, let’s remember that many, many souls and even the Logos, the Word, have come and continue to come into materiality to help prepare the way for this rebirth. We overestimate the power of the world and its leaders. The unseen, heavenly forces have greater power and will overcome the world’s darkness and selfishness, breaking through with a light that will transform this realm for a thousand years, when all evil and temptation will be bound and a golden age will reign. The biblical book of the Revelation conveys this prophecy: “I saw an angel coming down out of heaven, having the key of the abyss and a great chain in his hand. He seized the dragon, the old serpent, which is the devil and Satan, who deceives the whole inhabited earth, and bound him for a thousand years.” (Rev. 20:2)

Is 2012 the beginning of the fulfillment of these wonderful prophecies by Edgar Cayce and the Revelation, or just another step on the long journey toward such fulfillment

2012 Return of Quetzalcoatl- Daniel Pinchbeck

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->From Publishers Weekly
Pinchbeck, journalist and author of the drug-riddled psychonaut investigation Breaking Open the Head, has set out to create an "extravagant thought experiment" centering around the Mayan prophecy that 2012 will bring about the end of the world as we know it, "the conclusion of a vast evolutionary cycle, and the potential gateway to a higher level of manifestation." More specifically, Pinchbeck's claim is that we are in the final stages of a fundamental global shift from a society based on materiality to one based on spirituality. Intermittently fascinating, especially in his autobiographical interludes, Pinchbeck tackles Stonehenge and the Burning Man festival, crop circles and globalization, modern hallucinogens and the ancient prophesy of the Plumed Serpent featured in his subtitle. His description of difficult-to-translate experiences, like his experimentation with a little-known hallucinogenic drug called dripropyltryptamine (DPT), are striking for their lucidity: "For several weeks after taking DPT, I picked up flickering hypnagogic imagery when I closed my eyes at night ... In one scene, I entered a column of fire rising from the center of Stonehenge again and again, feeling myself pleasantly annihilated by the flames each time." Pinchbeck's teleological exploration can overwhelm, and his meandering focus can frustrate, but as a thought experiment, Pinchbeck's exotic epic is a paradigm-buster capable of forcing the most cynical reader outside her comfort zone.
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Book Description
Cross James Merrill, H. P. Lovecraft, and Carlos Castaneda -each imbued with a twenty-first-century aptitude for quantum theory and existential psychology-and you get the voice of Daniel Pinchbeck. And yet, nothing quite prepares us for the lucidity, rationale, and informed audacity of this seeker, skeptic, and cartographer of hidden realms.

Throughout the 1990s, Pinchbeck had been a member of New York's literary select. He wrote for publications such as The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, and Harper's Bazaar. His first book, Breaking Open the Head, was heralded as the most significant on psychedelic experimentation since the work of Terence McKenna.

But slowly something happened: Rather than writing from a journalistic remove, Pinchbeck-his literary powers at their peak-began to participate in the shamanic and metaphysical belief systems he was encountering. As his psyche and body opened to new experience, disparate threads and occurrences made sense like never before: Humanity, every sign pointed, is precariously balanced between greater self-potential and environmental disaster. The Mayan calendar's "end date" of 2012 seems to define our present age: It heralds the end of one way of existence and the return of another, in which the serpent god Quetzalcoatl reigns anew, bringing with him an unimaginably ancient-yet, to us, wholly new-way of living.

A result not just of study but also of participation, 2012 tells the tale of a single man in whose trials we ultimately recognize our own hopes and anxieties about modern life.


<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--> USA Today on 2012 books
7:28 PM PDT, March 28, 2007
March 28, 2007

Does Maya calendar predict 2012 apocalypse?

By G. Jeffrey MacDonald, Special to USA TODAY

With humanity coming up fast on 2012, publishers are helping readers gear up and count down to this mysterious — some even call it apocalyptic — date that ancient Mayan societies were anticipating thousands of years ago.

Since November, at least three new books on 2012 have arrived in mainstream bookstores. A fourth is due this fall. Each arrives in the wake of the 2006 success of 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, which has been selling thousands of copies a month since its release in May and counts more than 40,000 in print. The books also build on popular interest in the Maya, fueled in part by Mel Gibson's December 2006 film about Mayan civilization, Apocalpyto.

Authors disagree about what humankind should expect on Dec. 21, 2012, when the Maya's "Long Count" calendar marks the end of a 5,126-year era.

Journalist Lawrence Joseph forecasts widespread catastrophe in Apocalypse 2012: A Scientific Investigation Into Civilization's End. Spiritual healer Andrew Smith predicts a restoration of a "true balance between Divine Feminine and Masculine" in The Revolution of 2012: Vol. 1, The Preparation. In 2012, Daniel Pinchbeck anticipates a "change in the nature of consciousness," assisted by indigenous insights and psychedelic drug use.

The buildup to 2012 echoes excitement and fear expressed on the eve of the new millennium, popularly known as Y2K, though on a smaller scale, says Lynn Garrett, senior religion editor at Publishers Weekly. She says publishers seem to be courting readers who believe humanity is creating its own ecological disasters and desperately needs ancient indigenous wisdom.

"The convergence I see here is the apocalyptic expectations, if you will, along with the fact that the environment is in the front of many people's minds these days," Garrett says. "Part of the appeal of these earth religions is that notion that we need to reconnect with the Earth in order to save ourselves."

But scholars are bristling at attempts to link the ancient Maya with trends in contemporary spirituality. Maya civilization, known for advanced writing, mathematics and astronomy, flourished for centuries in Mesoamerica, especially between A.D. 300 and 900. Its Long Count calendar, which was discontinued under Spanish colonization, tracks more than 5,000 years, then resets at year zero.

"For the ancient Maya, it was a huge celebration to make it to the end of a whole cycle," says Sandra Noble, executive director of the Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies in Crystal River, Fla. To render Dec. 21, 2012, as a doomsday or moment of cosmic shifting, she says, is "a complete fabrication and a chance for a lot of people to cash in."

Part of the 2012 mystique stems from the stars. On the winter solstice in 2012, the sun will be aligned with the center of the Milky Way for the first time in about 26,000 years. This means that "whatever energy typically streams to Earth from the center of the Milky Way will indeed be disrupted on 12/21/12 at 11:11 p.m. Universal Time," Joseph writes.

But scholars doubt the ancient Maya extrapolated great meaning from anticipating the alignment — if they were even aware of what the configuration would be.

Astronomers generally agree that "it would be impossible the Maya themselves would have known that," says Susan Milbrath, a Maya archaeoastronomer and a curator at the Florida Museum of Natural History. What's more, she says, "we have no record or knowledge that they would think the world would come to an end at that point."

University of Florida anthropologist Susan Gillespie says the 2012 phenomenon comes "from media and from other people making use of the Maya past to fulfill agendas that are really their own."

http://www.usatoday.com/tech/science/2007-03-27-ma ya-2012_N.htm?csp=34


Current and coming books on 2012:

2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl by Daniel Pinchbeck (Penguin/Tarcher, May 2006)

2013 Oracle: Ancient Keys to the 2012 Awakening by David Carson & Nina Sammons (Council Oaks, November 2006)

Apocalypse 2012: A Scientific Investigation Into Civilization's End by Lawrence Joseph (Random House/Morgan Road, January 2007)

The Revolution of 2012: Vol. 1, The Preparation by Andrew Smith (Ford Evans, January 2007)

Serpent of Light by Drunvalo Melchizedek (Red Wheel/Weiser, Autumn 2007)
Astronomical link between India and Mayans- <i>B. G. Sidharth</i>
Calendrics and Astronomical computations

The ancient Hindu and Mayan civilizations exhibit other interesting convergences. Hindu records say that a member of a great race which preceded ours, a highly-developed personage known as <b>Asuramaya</b>, learned all the basic cosmic cycles and used his knowledge to determine the durations of the various geological and cyclical periods of human evolution. The chronology and computations of their still used Tamil calendar, say the Brahmans, are based upon the works of Asuramaya and upon carefully maintained collateral zodiacal records. Their most ancient extant work on astronomy, the Surya Siddhanta, says that Asuramaya lived toward the end of the Krita-yuga, a former age that ended approximately 2,165,000 years before the present. This would place Asuramaya at something less than 2.5 million years ago.

The name Asuramaya is a compound of the two Sanskrit words, Asura and Maya. The personage himself is Maya, the prefix Asura signifying that Maya was of the Asuras, a name given to a certain caste or people of the great prehistoric race that preceded our own, or Aryan humanity. The word Asura derives from surya, Sanskrit for the sun. <b>In accordance with the archaic Indian manner of describing the matter, the astronomer named Maya was said to have gained his knowledge from studying the sun. The sun and its encircling planets also occupied the central attention of the Mayan astronomer caste in Central America</b>.

The early Hindu thinkers visualized the passage of a race from its birth to its close as embracing four distinct phases or yugas, and they said that races overlapped each other in duration. According to their calculations, the world, in other words our present race, entered the fourth of its phases, which they term the Kali yuga or Iron age, in the year 3102 BC. This event coincided with the death of Krishna , whom they describe as an avatara or incarnation of a lofty divine-spiritual being or messiah. His departure from the earth is said to have ushered in new and different conditions affecting our race. Modern students of the ancient Mayan numerical glyphs have found that the dating of major series of events noted on Mayan stelae invariably give such reckonings in terms of the time elapsed since a date known as 4 Ahau 8 Cumhu. They know that for the Maya chroniclers this date represented a commencement point in time-reckoning of such awesome magnitude that it was central to all else in subsequent Maya history; but they don't know what it meant or why it was so important to the latter.

Among other ancient nations only one, the Hindu peoples of the Indian subcontinent, is known to have developed a system of calendrics accounting for such vast periods of time.

For computing the age of the earth and various geological and other epochs, as well as the age of mankind, the learned Brahman caste still employs a Tamil calendar derived from archaic astronomical data, known as the "Tirukkanda Panchanga" (cf. The Secret Doctrine, 2:49-51).


Maya-Hindu connection - <i>By Dr. B. N. Narahari Achar</i>

<img src='http://www.hinduwisdom.info/images/viollet_le_duc.jpg' border='0' alt='user posted image' />
In 1866, the French architect, <b>Eugene Viollet-le-Duc</b> (1814 - 1879) also noted striking resemblances between ancient Mexican architectural structures and those of South India.

<b>Ephraim George Squier</b> (1821-1888) was United States Charge d'affaires to Central America in 1849 also noted similarities in both major and minor features of Buddhist temples of South India and Mexico they were round and different colors were used on each of the four quarters.

Chicchan according to Mayan history is the serpent mind, the mind that is constantly renewed and regenerated, through a process of shedding what no longer serves us. The physical body itself can be seen as an evolutionary skin periodically released, as one life ends and another begins. It is a body fueled ultimately by a form of solar energy the Maya call <b><i>kultunlilni</i></b>. Kultunlilni is the vital life force empowering all human growth and development. This crucial life-force is the same as what is known in Hindu cosmology as the serpent power: <b><i>kundalini</i></b>. Kundalini is the great evolutionary force making of each body and its occupant, a potentially powerful source of solar wisdom. Important for us to remember, however, is that this primary, very intimate and very powerful source of wisdom is only accessible to the extent that we are able to hear what our bodies, as carriers of its sacred gift, are actually telling us. Inevitably in this process, we turn to those with whom we feel a strong attraction or affinity. "

Hindu-Mexican Trinity

Scholars were also greatly impressed by the similarity between the Hindu Trinity - Brahma-Visnu-Shiva and the Mexican Trinity - Ho-Huizilopochtli-Tlaloc as well as the likeness between Indian temples and American pyramids.

The parallels between the Hindu Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva Trinity and the Mexican Ho-Huitzilopochtli-Tlaloc Trinity, and the resemblances between the attributes of certain Hindu deities and those of the Mayan pantheon are impressive.

In the book The Conquest of the Maya by J Leslie Mitchell explains that the basis of the old Maya empire was not of the work of the ancestors of the present day Maya, but was an import from the same foreigners that built the palaces and temples of the Chams and Khmers in Cambodia, and the temples in Java. He also points out the similarities between the Maya rain-god Chac and the Vedic Indian Indra, and the Maya monkey-god and the Vedic Hanuman. The Vedic origin is further enhanced by the frequency that the elephant motif is found in Maya art, especially the earlier works of the Maya, such as at Copan, although the elephant never existed in the region.

<b>One reason for these similarities between the Americas and India is that in ancient Vedic times there were two great architects, Visvakarma of the demigods or Aryans, and Maya of the asuras.</b> <b>Surya Siddhanta was revealed to Mayasura by Sun</b>. The Mayan people, also known as technicians, were no doubt named as such because of being connected with this person named Maya or Mayasura and Maya Danava. They were a part of his clan or tribe. They had fallen away from the Vedic way of life and were sent or escaped to the region of Central America . They also carried with them much of the science of astronomy and navigation for which this Mayasura was known. Mayasura’s knowledge is more fully explained in the classic work of Indian Vedic astronomy known as the Surya Siddhanta for which he is given credit. Many people have wondered from where the Mayan acquired their astronomical knowledge. This would explain how the Mayan people had such a high degree of understanding in astronomy, from which they also developed their calendar. The Mayan calendar was a science they had long developed, carrying it with them from their previous location and civilization.

Like the Vedic culture, the Maya had a pantheon of demigods, many of which have similiarities to the Vedic deities. Mayan gods like Xiuhtechutli and Xipe Totec have their Vedic counterparts in Indra and Agni. Indra, like Xiuhtechutli, was the rain god and guardian of the Eastern Quadrant, and Agni, similar to Xipe Totec, was the god of sacrificial fire, born in wood and the life force of trees and plants. Then there is the Vedic Ushas, the beautiful goddess of Dawn or Sky, who is similar to the Mayan view of Venus, goddess of Dawn.

Furthermore, hymn 121 of the book ten in the Rig Veda is very similar to the description of creation as found in the Popul Vuh.

(source: Proof Vedic Culture's Global Existence - By Stephen Knapp p. 246 - 247).

According to Donald A. Mackenzie writes in his book, Myths of Pre-Columbian America:

"Tezcatlipoca, was like Hindu god Kubera, was a god of the north. The story of Yappan appears to be of Indian origin. The story of the temptation and fall of Yappan is too like that of the temptation and fall of his Indian prototype to be of spontaneous origin in the New World. The conclusion drawn from the evidence of the Yappan myth that Hindu cultural influences reached America is greatly strengthened when we find Acosta informing us that certain Mexican ascetics, who assisted the priests, "dressed in white robes and lived by begging." The wandering Brahmin and Buddhist pilgrims in India similarly begged their food."

Same Aryan name of God: When Cortes invaded the valley of Mexico he found that the Mexicans - through the chief motive of his great adventure was to destroy their religion and to substitute his own, had the same word for God that he himself had. His own (Spanish) was Dios, from Greek Theos, the Mexican, as Cortes converted it to writing, was Teotl (Devata or Deo in Sanskrit).

(source: The Ayar-Incas - By Miles Poindexter published by Horace Liveright New York volume 1-2. 1930).

Churning of the Milky Ocean

The Indian myth of the Churning of the Milky Ocean reached America. In Codex Cortes there is a grotesque but recognizable Maya representation of the ocean churning. The tortoise, however, is on the summit of the mountain-pestle instead of being beneath it, and the other form of the serpent god appears above his avatar. Round the mountain-pestle is twisted a snake, called "a rope" by Seler. Two dark gods, like the Indian Asuras, hold one end of the snake-rope while the other end is grasped by the elephant headed god. To the rope is attached a symbol of the sun (Kin).'

(source: Myths of Pre-Columbian America - By Donald A. Mackenzie p. 191- 229).

The Indian Elephant in American Art

<i>The Indian elephant in America. Elephant motif in Mayan sculpture, though elephants are unknown in America.

The Maya "long nosed god" is regarded by those who favor the hypothesis of direct or indirect Indian cultural influence in America as a form of the Indian elephant-headed God Ganesha. </i>

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The American writer and explorer, Mr. John L. Stephens, who, accompanied Mr. Catherwood, an accomplished artist, visited the ruins of Maya civilization in Central America in the middle of last century, detected the elephant on a sculptural pillar at Copan, which he referred to as an "idol." A reproduction of one of the ornaments in question should leave no doubt as to the identity of the animal depicted by the ancient American sculptor. It is not only an elephant, but an Indian elephant (Elephas Indicus), a species found in India, Ceylon, Borneo and Sumatra. In India the elephant was tamed during the Vedic period. It was called at first by the Aryo-Indians "the beast having a hand". and ultimately simply Hastin "having a hand". An elephant keeper was called Hastipa. The Maya long nosed god is regarded by those who favor the hypothesis of direct or indirect Indian cultural influence in America as a form of the Indian elephant-headed god, Ganesha.

<b>Donald Alexander Mackenzie</b> (1873 - 1936) and other scholars, however, are of definite opinion that the ancient Mexicans and Peruvians were familiar with Indian mythology and cite in support close parallels in details. For instance, the history of the Mayan elephant symbol cannot be traced in the local tradition, whereas it was a prominent religious symbol in India. The African elephant has larger ears. It is the profile of the Indian elephant, its tusk and lower lip, the form of its ear, as well as its turbaned rider with his ankus, which is found in Meso-American models. Whilst the African elephant was of little religious significance, it had been tamed in India and associated with religious practices since the early days.
Discussing the diffusion of Indian religions to Mexico, a recent scholar, <b>Paul Kirchhoff</b> (1900 - 1972) German anthropologist from the University of Frankfurt, in "<b>The Diffusion of a Great Religious System from India to Mexico</b>" had even suggested that it is not simply a question of miscellaneous influences wandering from one country to the other, but that China, India, Java, and Mexico actually share a common system."

Kirchhoff has sought

"to demonstrate that a calendaric classification of 28 Hindu gods and their animals into twelve groups, subdivided into four blocks, within each of which we find a sequence of gods and animals representing Creation, Destruction and Renovation, and which can be shown to have existed both in India and Java, must have been carried from the Old World to the New, since in Mexico we find calendaric lists of gods and animals that follow each other without interruption in the same order and with attributes and functions or meanings strikingly similar to those of the 12 Indian and Javanese groups of gods, showing the same four subdivisions."

(source: India and World Civilization - By D P Singhal part II p. 62 – 63).

Trilokinath, the Hindu ruler of the three worlds, was known to the Mexicans by the name, until the Spanish conquerors mistakenly changed the name into Tloque Nahuaque.

The Hindu goddess Maya, - "the cosmic illusion" the female energy, "mother of gods and men" - is sometimes represented as the sakti. This same "mother of the gods" was carried to America and appeared in the Maya theogony of Yucatan under the same name, - May, - in the same functions she performed in India. In Mexico, Maya was also called "the mother of the gods". Other names for her were "nourisher of the human race" "type of earth mother."

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In a temple in Guatemala is a statue of an incarnation of Vishnu as Kurma, the tortoise. The sculpture is richly detailed and strongly suggests that it might have been wrought by Hindu hands. In Palenque Temple of the Sun in Mexico Surya occupies the place of honor.

Even Yama, the god of death of Hindu mythology, has found his way to Mexico and Peru, while typically Hindu lotus and chakras motifs adorn the temples. Maya and Aztec architectural styles are remarkably similar to those in India and South east Asia. In both areas the chief structures were pyramid shaped, with serpent balustrades and surmounted

<b>Sir Edward B. Taylor</b> (1832 - 1917) English anthropologist also found the counterparts of the tortoise myth of India in ancient America. He observed that:

"The striking analogy between the tortoise myth of North America and India is by no means a matter of new observation; it was indeed noticed by <b>Jesuit Father Lafitan</b> nearly a century and half ago."

Three greatest features of the Asiatic stories are found among the North American Indians in their fullest and clearest development..."

(source: Early History of Mankind - By E. B. Taylor).

It is not without reason that the Spanish author Lopez says in his book <b>Le Races Aryans de Peru</b>:

"Every page of Peruvian poetry bears the imprint of Ramayana and Mahabharata."

Mayan Calendar Corroborates Hindu Prophecy
Golden Age to begin in 2012

In the “Brahma-Vaivarta Purana”, Lord Krishna tells Ganga Devi that a Golden Age will come in the Kali Yuga - one of the four stages of development that the world goes through as part of the cycle of eras, as described in Hindu scriptures. Lord Krishna predicted that this Golden Age will start 5,000 years after the beginning of the Kali Yuga, and will last for 10,000 years.

<b>Mayan Calendar Matches Hindu Calendar</b>

It is interesting that this prediction of the emergence of a new world is prophesied to appear about the same time that the Mayans predicted it to come! The Mayan calendar began with the Fifth Great Cycle in 3114 BC and will end on 21 December 2012 AD.

The Hindu Kali Yuga calendar began on 18 February 3102 B.C. There is only a difference of 12 years between the Hindu's beginning of the Kali Yuga and the Mayan's beginning of the Fifth Great Cycle.

<b>Golden Age Could Begin in 2012</b>

The ancient Hindus mainly used lunar calendars but also used solar calendars. If an average lunar year equals 354.36 days, then this would be about 5270 lunar years from the time when the Kali Yuga started until 21 Dec 2012. This is the same year that the Mayans predict rebirth of our planet. It is also about 5113 solar years of 365.24 days per year, and is day number 1,867,817 into the Kali Yuga. By either solar or lunar years, we are over 5,000 years into the Kali Yuga and it is time for Lord Krishna's prophecy to happen according to the ancient Hindu scriptures.

Lord Krishna's Golden Age could easily begin in 2012!

<b>Mayan Prophecy Matches Hindu Prophecy</b>

It is amazing that both calendars began at about the same time over 5,000 years ago and both calendars predict a totally new world and/or golden age after about 5,000 years into their calendars! We are definitely on to something with these Mayan and Hindu 2012 predictions.

(source: Golden Age to begin in 2012 - <i>By David Hedges</i>

First Hindu-Maya cultural dialogue in Guatemala

The Mayans of Guatemala - representative of the Maya civilization that flourished during the first millennium AD in Central America - believe their ancestors came to this part of the globe 20,000 years ago from the East.

<b>One of the most dominant ethnic groups, Kekichi Maya, has always had special attraction for India in the past as their forefathers have told them that the "Naga tribes of Nagaland" were one of the four original branches of the Maya civilization</b>.

It is for these reasons and the similarities between the Aryan and Mayan civilizations, the people of Guatemala for long have been trying to establish contact with Indians and have a cultural dialogue.

The first such dialogue formally gets going at Maya Village, Lake Atitlan in Guatemala on May 29. Lake Atitlan is famous for its natural beauty and colourful Mayan villages. A 16-member delegation of intellectuals, academicians and scholars from six countries - mainly people of Indian origin - left Houston in Texas for the Guatemala City on May 27 to participate in the two day conference on "Hindu -Maya Cultural Similarities". The conference is organized by the Council of Elders of the Sacred Mayas, Guatemala in collaboration with the International Centre for Cultural Studies, a non-profit organization based in the US.

The Council of Elders is an umbrella organization of all the 23 different Maya groups in Guatemala and is responsible for controlling the tribal life of the people. "The conference would look at similarities in these cultures and traditions, besides conducting workshops on ceremonies of these traditions," <b>Yashwant Pathak</b>, global coordinator of <b>International Centre for Cultural Studies</b>.

Giving details of the conference, Pathak said on May 29 the Hindu delegation comprising of members from countries like India, the US, Britain, Trinidad and Guyana would be given a traditional Mayan welcome followed by lecture on the culture and tradition of their civilization.

"On the second day, we would present our papers, besides show them how a traditional Hindu welcome is with tilak and aarti. Later in the afternoon, we would also conduct a Vedic Yagna. We are taking all the necessary things with us for the conference," Pathak said.

Before the conclusion of the two-day conference, members of the two delegations would tie "Rakhi" to each other. "This would represent the permanent brotherhood between the two ancient civilizations of the world and also that we would protect tradition and culture of each other," Pathak said. The Hindu-delegation is also scheduled to meet the Noble peace prize winner, Rigoberta Menchu, a Mayan Indian. In 1992, she won the prize in recognition of her work for social justice and ethno-cultural reconciliation based on respect for rights of indigenous people.

After the conference, the Hindu delegation would proceed on a five day tour of the Guatemala Mayan attractions, he said. Pathak said the Hindu and the Maya traditions and cultures are one of the ancient in the world. "There are many similarities in these two great traditions. While, they date back thousands of years; they believe in One God with manifestations in different forms. Both believe in philosophy for human being in totality and total humanity," he said.
Watch 'Decoding Past' on History Channel tonight:

History channel show was so so.. lot about Mayan calendar, Merlin, Roman oracle, Biblical revelations, Nostradamus, Native American prophecies etc. Nothing India related. Regarding chinese, there's this 'I Ching' predicitive methods which one (late) Terrance McKenna has taken a bit further with this 'Timewave theory' (google for it with his name, you'll get a gazillion hits). I found a youtube link on this McKenna, seems like predicting time-travel by 2012 and end of linear time as we know it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-prt5d6m6s
# Dvapara Yuga - archana (worship)-In Dvapara Yuga, science flourishes, people experience the spiritual in terms of subtle energies and rational choices, inventions are abundant, particularly those that dissolve the illusion of distance (between people and between things), and power is mostly in the hands of women. The end of this age is associated with the death of Krishna, and the events described in the Mahabharata.

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This last quote is a nice segue into Montgomery's final book The World to Come because the main thrust of the book is to announce that the shift of the axis has been delayed. Published in 1999 when the shift was predicted to occur by her Guides, it was nice to get an update and find out why it hadn't occurred yet:

Approximately five years ago (1994) the Guides said that they now foresaw a delay in the shift, explaining: "We have always told you that we could not tell you its exact time, because that is in God's hands. But we have also foreseen a Walk-in American president in place before then, preparing jobs and housing in safe areas. Since we do not now see a Walk-in president during this last decade of the century, we feel certain that the Shift will be delayed."

It was delayed because, as we told you, humans' awareness has improved these last few decades, and the need to cleanse the Earth of evil beings is less pertinent. Not that all evil is erased, by any means, but because man's functioning by God's laws is improving. We cannot give an exact date for the Shift, but it depends on continued development of man's spirit, and we do not see it happening until after the Walk-in president is in place, which will not occur for ten to fifteen years yet.

This then places the timing of the shift in the range of 2010-2015 and would mean that the next presidential election will be a very important one.

As to the cause of the Shift her Guides replied:

It will occur when the ice builds up to the highest degree at the poles, and the imbalance leads to a slip of the Earth on its side.


So what can we make of these snippets of information that give warning signs of an impending shift of the Earth's axis? It seems that a recurring theme in all these pronouncements can be summarized as follows:

1. increasing volcanic eruptions

2. increased snowfall

3. cooling temperatures & shortened summers

4. stronger hurricanes

5. talk of an Ice Age returning

6. tremendous ice build up near the poles

7. scientists detect wobble of axis

8. massive eruptions of ancient volcanoes in Mediterranean, California, South America & Caribbean area.

9. massive earthquakes provoke monumental tidal waves

10. axis shift




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The important difference between this diagram and the similar one pictured earlier, is that Khafre's causeway, which has the Sphinx positioned at its end point, now marks Leo 0°. The Sphinx, of course, has the head of a man with the body of a lion, and Leo is the astrological symbol of the lion. What this means is that we now have a "lock" that ties together the Precession of the Equinox with the layout of the pyramids of Egypt.

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Should be in another thread.
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In Ferbruary of 2006, there was a meeting between several great
saints of present times (Pujya Swami Dayananda ( www.avgsatsang.org,
www.arshavidya.org), Sri Sri Ravishankerji ( www.artofliving.org) and
Dr. Prananv Pandyaji ( www.awgp.org) at Dev Sanskritit Viswavidyalalya
( www.dsvv.org, http://video.google.com/videoplay?
docid=6167868907729603382- 15 min video on DSVV) . Ashok Singhalji
(president, VHP) also attended the meeting.

Yug Pravah vidoe magazine No 100 contains lecutres of these great
souls given during the meeting. Pujya Swami Dayananda explained the
meaning of Gayatri Mantra ( in English). Shri Shri Ravishankerji
shared some beautiful treasures of spirituality ( in Hindi) and
respected Ashok Singhalji spoke about awakening of India and role of
spiritual masters and Dr. Prananv Pandyaji talked about singinficance
of years 2011-2012 and 2020 in India becoming Jagat Guru. ( in Hindi)

I thought many of you may like to watch these online video lectures.
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=...5106065208 ( 43

Hope you enjoy these lectures. Please pass the video link to other
spiritual seekers/communities if you like it.

Datta Pandya


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