Creating the Positive Time Line

An essay about the current mid December 2012 historic context

As of early December 2012, the world is seething with all kinds of economic, environmental, political, military, and natural catastrophe related problems. So far as we approach the end of 2012 there has not been an obviously overwhelming dramatic global mega event on the scale of or greater, than Fukushima, The gulf of Mexico BP oil well rupture, The economic crash of October 2008, The tsunami of December 26, 2004, or 911 in 2001. It is certainly quite possible that such an event could occur between now and December 21, 2012, but even if  it doesn’t, we could be missing the central significance, or main issue of what the December 21, 2012 winter solstice and end of the Mayan calendar date is about.

To get to what this could mean, I am going to digress to 2006 and 2007 when transiting Pluto was conjunct the celestial longitude of the Galactic Center at 27 degrees of Sagittarius in the Tropical zodiac. Many astrologers, including myself, awaited this Conjunction of Pluto to the Galactic Center with baited breath as signifying some kind of enormous change. Indeed something of  huge world wide significance did take place at that time, that is continuing to have enormous on going repercussions, but it passed relatively unnoticed at the time, except to the most astute observers. It was not a dramatic event but a subtle pervasive change that has affected every aspect of human life world wide.

What was it? It was the point at which the global economy stopped expanding, stood still, and then began to contract. This did not have obviously dramatic consequences until the fall of 2008 with the stock market crash and global economic crisis that began then. A future historian would see 2006 and 2007 as the time when the global economic system reached the point of debt saturation where growth was unsustainable. The unsustainable debt made the global economic system dysfunctional to the point of causing the ongoing current global economic depression.
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