The Mayan Calendar calculated that the world would end on December 21, 2012. Their prediction was predicated on an astronomical alignment of the sun, at the winter solstice of 2012, with the center of our Milky Way galaxy. It happens only once every 26,000 years, and the same for the Age of Aquarius. Astrologers and the Mayans were aware of “what comes around goes around.”
The Mayans predicted a time of great sadness, that over-population, the lack of natural resources, and greed would bring down their civilization, bringing, therefore, a new beginning. What it would be remains a mystery. However, what was said gives us a clue. They said that “for half there would be food, for others misfortune. A time of the end of the word of god, a time for uniting for a cause.”
In the Bible’s story of the beginning, “God said, Let us make man in our image” (Gen. 1:26). In John 1:1, “in the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” In Greek, “word,” logos, logos is defined (in Greek philosophy) as the rational principle that governs and develops the universe; in Christian theology, the divine word or reason incarnate in Jesus Christ. To the Mayans, their sun god, word and reason connect, reason fundamental to the law. In Middle Age England, they called it the common law.
In Law Professor Edward S. Corwin’s The “Higher Law” Background of American Constitutional Law, we read, “The conception of the higher law pervades the Middle Ages; it also becomes sharpened to that of a code distinctively for rulers. (Pay attention, Obama.) In the pages of the Policraticus of Englishman, John of Salisbury, the first systematic writer on politics in the Middle Age, one learns that ‘there are certain precepts of the law which have perpetual necessity, having the force of law among all nations and which absolutely cannot be broken.’” “You picked a fine time to lead us, Barrack.” You’ve got it in the reverse, Obama. We’re transforming into the beings we are intended to be. Read on and learn what I learned.
After I read The “Higher Law” Background of American Constitutional Law, I was motivated to act on my constitutional rights. I saw my action as a bigger than life calling. Miraculously, my life was transformed, instead of toward dependence on the state, toward independence and reliance on my inner God-self. All of my dreams came true.
Getting back to the Bible, in the introduction of the Scofield Reference Bible, America’s most popular Bible, we read, “The Dispensations are distinguished, exhibiting the majestic, progressive order of the divine dealings of God with humanity, the increasing purpose which runs through and links together the ages, from the beginning of the life of man to the end in eternity. Augustine said: ‘Distinguish the ages and the Scriptures harmonize.’”
In his introduction, Scofield points out that “the saying that ‘anything may be proved by the Bible’ is both true and false—true if isolated passages are used; utterly false if the whole divine revelation is in view.”
According to quantum physicist Evan Harris Walker, in The Physics of Consciousness, in Chapter 18, “A God for Tomorrow,” Walker, quoting T.H. Huxley, “Extinguish theologian’s lie about the cradle of every science as the strangled snakes beside [the cradle of] Hercules.” Following his quote, Walker says, “materialism has served us well. It has enlightened us. It has brought us closer to many truths. But science’s investment in materialism has itself turned into a creed, with its own high priests ready to torment the unorthodox.” (Walker is seen by his colleagues as an unorthodox scientist.)
Says Walker, religion is dying a slow death. Say I, bring in social justice, the politics of doing for the good of all, and the religious jumping on the idea like a Mockingbird on a June bug, they are singing, Darling, I am growing old. Says Walker, in agreement, that the earth might be “freed of the self-righteous,” those “who raise the specter of eternal condemnation, those who instill guilt in children and the frail of mind, and those who have inflicted pain, inflamed hatred, and fostered wars in the name of this or that religion,” say I, “Amen to this truth.”
Says Walker, in speaking of a god for tomorrow: “it has only been with the advent of quantum theory that we have discovered proof that we exist as something more than pieces of matter. . . Consciousness exists. And for the first time we have used the instruments of scientific investigation to fit its existence into the overall tapestry of reality. For the first time, we understand what consciousness is.”
Says distinguished philosopher and cultural historian Richard Tarnas in Cosmos and Psyche, speaking of “radical social thought and political movements, technological and scientific revolutions, erotic emancipation, and the unleashing of the forces of nature, of violence and destruction, and of self-destruction,” he says we are now in “a cycle of crises and contraction,” a three to four year cycle, with a “widespread sense of epochal closure: the ‘end of an era.’” With Saturn in unfavorable alignment with Pluto, says Tarnas, it means “decadence, naiveté, denial, and inflation.” Just by coincidence, this unfavorable alignment happens in the month Obama was elected and ends with the end of Obama’s term of office.
Coincidentally, I was born, on September 17, 1925, at 4:51 P.M. C.S.T., in Houston, Texas. You astrologers can look me up and you will find that I’m Virgo with Aquarius rising—and that Saturn, the learning planet was trine Pluto, the generational planet, when I was born. A trine is the most favorable of Saturn-Pluto alignments. Is it Obama’s thinking you want to follow or this Aquarian with Saturn trine Pluto? Astrologer’s Handbook, under “Saturn Trine Pluto,” “This trine gives the natives the ability to understand the laws by which subtle forces are organized. . .They are able to work slowly and make fundamental and irrevocable changes in their own and others’ lives. Often there s a sense of destiny or a peculiar karmic mission which they must fulfill.” My mission was assigned to me by voices from the past. When I learned my Constitution, I had a bigger than life calling.
I’m Aquarius rising, an Aquarian messenger. Astrologer’s Handbook, under “Aquarius:” Individuals born under this sign of brotherhood and fraternity have as their symbol the water bearer, who spills out to mankind the life-force of spiritual energy.”
Joseph Campbell, one of the leading authorities on myths, in speaking about his work, The Hero with a Thousand Faces, said: “heroes in mythology are written about because that’s worth writing about. Someone who can create something more than the normal range of human experience, someone who has given his life to something bigger than life,” taking note that “the world is full of people that have stopped listening to themselves or have listened only to their neighbors to learn what they ought to do, how they ought to behave, and what the values are that they should be living for,” coincidentally, in Astrologer’s Handbook, we read under “Pisces,” “Pisces is a sensitive sign and those born under it are extremely responsive to the thoughts and feeling of other. They unconsciously absorb the ideas and mental outlook of those around them. They desperately want to do the right thing, but as a rule they do not have strong willpower.” Under “Aquarius,” we read, “Aquarians have eccentric temperaments and are determined and stubborn. They sometimes feel that those who are listening to them are unreceptive and incapable of comprehending their ideas, and they tend to become annoyed when people fail to understand them.”. . Aquarians operate as equals among equals. However, they are not dependent on their environments for their security, because they derive this from being in the company of others. Do you want to follow my thinking or Obama’s thinking?
With the end nearing fast, and the Sword of Damocles hanging over us, Astrologer’s Handbook: The natives of Saturn trine Pluto, and Aquarians, with tremendous willpower, relentless in working toward a goal, who will lead the way? According to quantum physicist Walker, we have found God’s hiding place. “Some have failed to see any place—any space—where God could reside, and other have failed to see where any consciousness could hide within the atoms of matter. . .Consciousness, the substance of this newfound reality that defines the observer, has fundamental existence. It is the quantum mind that is the basic reality.” The quantum mind knows a dimension of infinite possibility, says the cutting edge of science. So, believe it or not, the end is the beginning of an age when anything is possible.
Those who have faith in their fathers, but still hunger for some god we can all know, are beating a dead horse. Referring back to Scofield’s introduction, don’t take isolated passages out of the Bible as God’s word. View the Bible in its overall context. Remember Scofield’s advice. You are here with the “progressive order of the divine dealings of God with humanity, the increasing purpose which runs through and links together the ages, from the beginning of the life of man to the end in eternity. Augustine said: ‘Distinguish the ages and the Scriptures harmonize.’”