Monday, 29 April 2013

Aquarius, The Mayans, And Kali Yuga

Towards the end of 2012 I became quite disturbed by the predictions surrounding the end of the Mayan calender. Not that I thought that anything was going to happen, but I decided to do some research on an idea that I had been considering for a number of years and it left me feeling bad for a while.

The basic premise that I was following up on, is that the end of the Mayan calender is the same event as the age of Kali Yuga in Hinduism, and also the same as the Aquarian age, as foretold by "New Agers".
These events loosely correlate. A time of upheaval is imminent, followed by a new era of peace and security on earth.
The timing is too much of a coincidence for them to be separate events. Particularly with reference to The Mayan Calender and Kali Yuga. They both originated at around 3100BC which interestingly, was also the time that the Greek version of the Old Testament places the biblical character Nimrod, founder of the Babylonian civilisation.

The reason that I do not accept that these predictions carry any weight, is because they are formulated using occult methods such as numerology and astrology, but like the modern day predictions of astrology, they can become, self fulfilling, provided enough people believe in them.

December 21st 2012 came and went without issue. It was just another day because there was no real reason to suspect that it was going to be anything else.
My research journey left me chilled by the fact that these events are promoted in order that we may believe the methodology of the occult, and the fruit of occultism is always destructive.

Faith in occult doctrine, empowers dark energies, deceiving spirits, demons, call them what you will
Disbelieve if you are so inclined. There are plenty of distractions around if this is not your cup of tea.


  1. This has made me realize we (or at least I) don't see these old guys walking around town with "The End is NIgh" written on big placards any more. Have they all died? Or moved onto blogs instead? Years ago, as I left childhood, I recall one of them got run over by a bus (or perhaps a lorry, I forget) but ... lying dead with his The End is Nigh placard beside him... One had to laugh...

    1. That's sad, but I can see the irony. You're right though, you dont see those old fellers any more.

    2. So they were right after all, but just about the wrong thing...

  2. Ah, Im not sure Rossa would like it here.