The winter solstice chart of 2012 is not just any winter solstice. It is in fact the much anticipated famous or infamous December 21st 2012 winter solstice that coincides with the end of the Mayan calendar and the perfect alignment of the Sun and the Earth on the winter solstice of 2012 with the equatorial plane of the Milky Way galaxy. Researcher Terrance Mac Kennan developed a mathematical system based on the I Ching that arrived at the same date. This brings an enormous influx of energy into our solar system and into planet Earth. The effects of this will profoundly influence the future of humanity on this planet for a long time to come. 2012 is a major time node where many cosmic cycles simultaneously end and begin anew. Mankind is clearly at a monumentally important crossroads.
Doe this imply that on December 21, 2012 the ferry godmother will wave her magic wand and suddenly all our problems will go away and we will suddenly find ourselves in a paradise reality. Those of the more dire persuasion might anticipate total destruction of the Earth and mankind. I regard both scenarios as highly unlikely. That does not mean that the consequences might not be more serious than anything in our known history. How dire our immediate historical future is depends largely on if there is outside intervention and what the extent and purpose of such intervention is.
Without attempting to go beyond the scope of this article let me just say that there has been considerable research that leads to the conclusion that we have been thwarted and stunted by parasitical negative influences and also helped by positive influences throughout our history. It would be reasonable to expect that this is still happening. Even main stream official astronomy is increasingly of the opinion that or galaxy and the universe at large is filled with solar systems and habitable planets. Using advanced telescopes and sophisticated optical and electronic instruments astronomers have already discovered dozens of solar systems in our local neighborhood of the Milky Way Galaxy. It would also be statistically improbable that we Earth humans would be the first species to venture into space. I equate such a nave egotistical notion with the medieval flat earth theory and the ridiculous idea that the sun revolves around the Earth. Continue reading