John Van Auken – Earth Keeper 12-12-12 Conference

John Van Auken – Earth Keeper 12-12-12 Conference

Mayan, Toltec and Aztec legends tell how the Great Winged Serpent god brought the children of god together and to said to them, “Darkness has fallen upon the earth and we need new light to shine on the earth so it may be resolved.” The most beautiful of the children steps forth and says, “Well, it has to be me.” Winged Serpent responds, “Well yes of course” creates a sacred fire and says, “ok now leap into the fire.” As the beautiful one approaches the fire he backs away as the fires heat is unbearable. Then the ugliest of the children steps forth and says, “I’ll do it for the sake of everyone” and leaps into the fire. All the children of god run to the edge of heaven and look down upon the earth to see the sun come up. “Oh, now that’s a good light for the earth to be guided by” say the children. Seeing this the beautiful one then follows and leaps into the fire. All the children of god run to the edge of heaven and look to see the moon come up. “Hmm, not as bright as the sun” say the children. Winged Serpent then says to the children, “Now each of you must put your hearts into this mission to bring light to the earth”. So the children put their hearts into the fire, ran to the edge of heaven and all the stars came up. So, every heart of every soul has a specific star in the heavens above.

In February of 2012, Boston University graduate students working on Mayan ruins in the rainforest at Xultun in northeast Guatemala discovered a chamber belonging to a Mayan calendar maker. The walls of the chamber contained several Mayan calendar calculations, one of which carried the current Mayan calender on another 6000 years.  Additional calculations indicated the calender goes on and on for billions and billions of years into the future. Mayans understood that time is cyclical and goes on and on and on.

John Van Auken takes us on a journey into Edgar Cayces’ insight into the past and near future of our lives. He also discusses the Great Pyramid and its correlations to the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the Tibetan Book of the Dead and Mayan, Toltec and Aztec depictions of the afterlife.

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