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Golden Age & Golden Race, part 3: Time — Let it Go!

My Chorale PicAccording to David Wilcock’s exhaustive research, which he published in THE SOURCE FIELD INVESTIGATIONS, the history of the “Golden Age” has its roots in ancient Zoroastrian history. Interestingly enough, as Wilcock notes, “the original Zoroastrian concepts about the end of an age do not have the apocalyptic quality that many other prophecies do….  Zoroaster did not espouse the idea of human beings levitating up into the heavens and disappearing.” 

From A History of Zoroastrianism, Volume Three: Zoroastrianism Under Macedonian and Roman Rule by Mary Boyce and Franz Grener (1991), we read:

[Zoroaster’s] future expectations were fixed upon this loved and familiar earth. It is on it, restored to its original perfection, that the kingdom of Ahura Mazda is to come; and the blessed are to live here eternally in his presence, solid flesh on solid ground. . . . It was an end of history that he foretold, not an end of the world.

Prophecies of woes and iniquities in the last age are alien to orthodox Zoroastrianism, for Zoroaster’s fundamental message was that the triumph of goodness would come when evil had been progressively weakened through the concerted efforts of the just. . . . Human virtues, such as justice, faith, liberality, joyfulness, will then be increasing throughout the world, and vices such as tyranny, enmity, heresy and injustice will dwindle away. . . .

[Zoroaster] perceived the salvation of the world as dependent both on cosmic striving and on the sum of individual human choices; and these two conjoined aspects of his teachings — emphasis on individual responsibility and concern for the whole cosmos — made his doctrines strikingly relevant to the conditions and problems of the Hellenistic age.

Zoroaster’s teachings go back farthest in time and have been handed down from the Hellenistic age all the way to our present age by way of all religions. Of particular interest to our own age of barbarism, particularly in the Middle East, is Zoroaster’s teaching about evil.

Zoroastrianism taught the Ahura Mazda’s rule over the earth in the beginning had been deliberately brief, since he wished for the invasion of his Adversary, the Evil Spirit, so that he may defeat and annihilate him.

Wilcock concludes: “This, of course, suggests that the real purpose of the negative forces are simply to help us evolve in consciousness; but they were never intended to win — and never can win. They can only adapt to the basic nature of the Universe itself, which is loving kindness.” 

Can you hold that thought in your mind and heart as you watch the evening news? Evil cannot and will not win in a world that is populated by seven-billion divine beings, a relatively hand full of whom are here to enact the defeat and annihilation of evil in the world? The rest of us, by far the greater majority of incarnate beings, are here to manifest the Golden Age. 

TIME IS RUNNNING OUT

Those words tend to trigger anxiety about the future, when they actually point to a shift in consciousness that is already underway. As we enter the new Golden Age, time simply ceases to exist. More accurately, our consciousness of time changes, as it has already. Time is a linear measurement of space/time. In time/space, there is no linear measurement. Only the vertical reality of now, the present moment. The present moment is already become the safest place in which to be and gather up all one’s senses. If you try to keep up with the the changes going on in space/time as it transitions from third to fourth density — which is where planet Earth has already begun to ascend — your mind will soon become exhausted, confused and crazy.

The sane thing to do is focus your mind on what’s at hand in the present moment as an entry point for love, truth and life into the world, and let the world go its way to transformation — a transformation that is brought about by cosmic events and our living expressions of love, compassion, kindness, truth, integrity, joyfulness, and life itself. It’s what we all want anyway, and it will go in that direction faster and with the least amount of distress to human beings as we take our hands off of it. “Let it go!” as the song from the movie Frozen sings it. I love these lyrics by Robert and Kristen Anderson-Lopez:

It’s funny how some distance – Makes everything seem small – And the fears that once controlled me – Can’t get to me at all!

It’s time to see – What I can do – To test the limits and break through – No right, no wrong – No rules for me – I’m free! – Let it go! Let it go!

I am one with the wind and sky! – Let it go! Let it go! – You’ll never see me cry! – Here I stand and here I’ll stay – Let the storm rage on…

My power flurries through the air into the ground – My soul is spiraling in frozen fractals all around – And one thought crystallizes like an icy blast – I’m never going back – The past is in the past! – Let it go! Let it go!

And I’ll rise like the break of dawn! – Let it go! Let it go! – That perfect girl is gone! – Here I stand in the light of day…  Let the storm rage on!!! – The cold never bothered me anyway

Power-filled lyrics sung with such passion by Idina Menzel as “Elsa.”

“GREAT JUDGEMENT”

There’s a passage in Boyce and Grener’s book Wilcock spends a couple of pages on that speaks of a “Great Judgement” that I would like to end this series of posts with, mainly because it’s an opportunity to let some clear light shine upon the highly distorted concept religion has constructed. It’s rather a watered down version of what Zoroaster taught. The passage is excerpted from The Book of Enoch (2 Enoch) in the old Zoroastrian scriptures. 

Before everything was, before all creation came to pass, the Lord established the Aion of Creation. Thereafter He created all His creation, the visible and the invisible. After all that He created man in His image…. Then for the sake of man, the Lord caused the Aion to come forth, and divided it into times and hours…. When all the creation that was created by the Lord will come to an end, and every man will go to the Great Judgment of the Lord, then the times will perish: there will not be any more years, or months or days, the hours will not be counted anymore, but the Aion will be one. And all the righteous that will escape the Great Judgment of the Lord will join the great Aion, and at the same time the Aion will join the righteous, and they will be eternal…. 

Wilcock’s comment: “This all sounds very much like a blending together of space-time and time-space so we can function in both worlds at the same time. Boyce and Grenet give valuable context from other sources about the same thing on pages 444-445.”

In another passage (I Corinthians 7:29, 31) Paul, believing that “the appointed time has grown very short,” declared that “the form of this world is passing away.” Some centuries later Augustine … saw this change of the world’s “form.” … The cosmos, too, is to pass out of time into eternity, [and] is to share, according to its capacity, in the eternity of the immutable Truth…. In the final consummation of all things, therefore, time will be no more; all will be eternal-God, man, the world.” This teaching, found by Augustine in Paul, has been characterized as remarkable; but it is in fact what had been taught by Zoroaster, and believed by his followers down the ages.

Wilcock: “On pages 365-366, we hear about how we will have a ‘future body’ that is a ‘return to perfection.'”

Among Zoroaster’s eschatological ideas was his teaching about the” future body,” that at the Last Day the bones of the dead will be clothed again in flesh and reanimated by the soul (which has been existing apart, in heaven, hell or limbo, according to the individual judgment passed on it at death) …. According to him, each created thing, animate or inanimate, possesses its own indwelling force or spirit; and Ahura Mazda created these spirits first and then clothed them in material forms … at the end of time there will be a return to that perfection, with the blessed entering into the kingdom of Ahura Mazda in the ideal form of a just soul clad in an unblemished body, made immortal and undecaying.”

Wilcock: “Bear in mind this is not talking about a single Messianic figure–this is saying that “the blessed” will achieve this feat. This could be many different people.”

“Boyce and Grenet carefully trace how the difficulties of Roman and Macedonian rule affected Zoroastrian prophecies as well — causing later writers to adopt much more of a doom-and-gloom approach, which then seeded into all other Western religions. Nonetheless, what we see in the oldest, least-disturbed accounts is of a world that is transformed — in which time as we know it has come to an end, but not in a cataclysmic fashion. Evil is exposed and dwindles away, and humanity on earth appears to have transformed into an ‘unblemished body, made immortal and undecaying.'”

Here’s a link if you want to read from the Book of Enoch. It’s very fascinating reading. Keep in mind, however, that it is ancient scripture, part of the package of Old Testament scripture that Jesus said he had come to fulfill. He brought a new commandment of Love and opened wide the gates of heaven within the human heart: “…for the kingdom of heaven is within you” (Luke 17:21).  Turn around and behold it is at hand, within and all around us.  

The Golden Age will materialize out of the heavens, where it awaits its birth through human beings, when The Golden Race wakes up fully from its slumber to manifest it. When we human beings who are on earth now begin to truly love the Lord our God with all of our hearts, and with all of our minds, and with all of our strength – our very life – and when we begin to truly love our neighbor as our Self so that we stop killing one another — with bullets as well as with words. Because our neighbor is our Self.

We ARE the Golden Race.

This concludes this series on the Golden Age and Golden Race.  Thank you for reading and sharing my blogs with your friends. I don’t know yet what’s next. So, stay tuned. 

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Golden Age and Golden Race — part 2: Ancient Zorastrian History

Historical Background

A time when time was not

My Chorale PicWe once lived in a world quite different from the one we have created for ourselves today.  In a word, we lived in a paradise where time was not measured, cold winds did not blow in winter storms, and heat waves did not parch the verdant soil.  It was a “Golden Age” wherein disease and death were not experienced by human beings, who walked the earth for hundreds of years and then ascended back into the higher realms of Light when their missions were complete. A time when gods inhabited the Earth and walked among us, bringing heavenly ordinances with them to set the dominion thereof in the earth. Together, we created a world of infinite beauty and copious abundance. Then the “evil one” came and all was lost – or “hidden by the gods,” as the ancient peoples perceived the natural cycles of planetary evolution that brought about changes that radically impacted our own evolution of consciousness and physical form.

So goes the story of Man as recorded in ancient scriptures, the most ancient of which are to be found among the Zoastrian archives – predating the ancient Greek and Roman classical literature, in which grew the roots that brought forth our Western culture and where the golden age tradition got its start.

My Source

I am intrigued and greatly entertained by the exhaustive research of David Wilcock which he has so masterfully compiled into his fascinating book THE SOURCE FIELD INVESTIGATIONS – The HIDDEN SCIENCE and LOST CIVILIZATIONS behind the 2012 PROPHECIES —  of which Graham Hancock, author of Fingerprints of the Gods, writes in the foreword: “Magnificent. . . . There is a tremendous amount of good science here, much of it new to Western readers.” On the back of the book’s jacket he writes: “David Wilcock is a leading thinker who makes a magnificent case . . . that a Golden Age is indeed within our grasp and can be brought into manifestation if only we choose to make it so.”

On page 416 Wilcock references a 1952 scholarly paper by H.C. Baldry entitled “Who Invented the Golden Age?” which he wrote for the Classical Quarterly journal, which one has to be a scholar oneself to read. In this paper, Baldry offers his analysis of how the idea of a Golden Age got its start.

“There are many passages in ancient literature which depict an imaginary existence different from the hardships of real life – an existence blessed with Nature’s bounty, untroubled by strife or want. Naturally this happy state is always placed somewhere or sometime outside normal human experience, whether off the map in some remote quarter of the world, or in Elysium after death, or in the dim future or the distant past. Such an imaginary time of bliss in the past or the future has become known as the golden age . . . .

“[We know that] (i) the picture of a happy existence remote from ordinary life … came from sources earlier than any extant classical literature; (ii) this traditional picture was normally known in antiquity before the Roman Empire as the age of Kronos [Time] or Saturnus; [and] (iii) gold and the use of gold had no place in the traditional picture …. When first mentioned in [Hesiod’s] Works and Days (42-46) [circa 800 BC] it is not explained, but briefly alluded to as the state which men would now enjoy if the gods had not hidden the means of life from them….

“References in later literature show an even greater variety of belief about the time and place of the happier life – a variety which cannot be traced back to Hesiod or any other single source, but suggests an old and widespread tradition handled at different times and places, and by different authors, in many different ways . . . . Further confirmation may be sought in the various parallels contained in Eastern literature, notably the Indo-Iranian myth in which Yima of the [Zoroastrian] Avesta and Yama of the [Hindu] Vedas must have had their common source – the story of a past age of happiness under a ruler who, when it ended, became lord of a Paradise inhabited by the souls of the blessed. . . .”

Wilcock continues:

The Golden Age represented a “Paradise inhabited by the souls of the blessed.” Baldry mentions a common source that we can trace all the Golden Age prophecies back to – namely the primordial “Indo-Iranian myth” which gave rise to both Zoroastrianism and Hinduism. Both religions appear to be talking about the same hero-king, the name slightly changed depending on which religion you look at. His name was Yima in Zoroastrianism and Yama in the Vedas.

Zoroastrianism

Wilcock references the Traditional Zoroastrianism Website for an “extremely comprehensive collection of research articles on the subject, and in ‘History of the Ancient Aryans’ by Porus Homi Havewala,” he writes, “ we find out more about this primordial Indo-Iranian civilization that later (probably much later) splintered off into Zoroastrianism and Hinduism:

“All of the ancient Zorastrian scriptures speak of an earlier homeland from where our people came, the lost “Airyane Vaejahi” or seedland of the Ayrans. From this homeland the Indo-Europeans or Aryans moved to upper India, Iran, Russia and the nations of Europe such as Greece, Italy, Germany, France, Scandinavia, England, Scotland and Ireland. . . .  The “Vendidad” is one of the ancient scriptures of the Zorastrians. . . . In the first “Fargad” or chapter, the Golden Age of the ancient Aryans is outlined with their greatest king “Yima Kshaeta” (Yam Raj in the Indian Vedas), who banished old age and death.

Then, the ice age broke on the ancient home, and the Aryans were forced to migrate southward, to the southeast and the southwest. Mr. Bal Gangadhar Tilak, a great Brahmin (Indian Aryan) scholar of India in the last century, studied the Vedas and the Vendidad to find an ancient homeland of the Aryans. The Vedas are scriptures written by the Indo-Europeans or Aryans after they migrated to India. From the descriptions of the weather patterns mentioned in the Vedas, Tilak concluded that the ancient home must be in the Arctic regions, i.e., above present Russia. The Aryans migrated from the ancient home to Iran, and from there to India and Greece and Europe. Tilak also said that the most ancient historical scripture was the Iranian Vendidad, which actually describes the ancient homeland of the Aryans ….”

“Thus Spake Zarathushtra”

The great nineteenth-century Indian scholar Bal Gangadhar Tilak concluded that the Zoroastrian Vendidad was the “most ancient historical scripture” in the world. The name Zoroaster is actually a Greek pronunciation of”Zarathushtra,” so both names refer to the same man. Zarathushtra allegedly made contact with Ahura Mazda, the Zoroastrian equivalent of God – but according to the Vendidad, this was only a more recent reconnection.

“Zarathushtra asked Ahura Mazda: “O Ahura Mazda, righteous Creator of the corporeal world, who was the first person to whom You taught these teachings?” Then spoke Ahura Mazda: “YIMA the splendid, who watched over his subjects, O righteous Zarathushtra. I first did teach the Aryan religion to him, prior to you.'”

Wilcock continues:

The author then describes the prior Golden Age in which “there be neither cold wind nor hot wind (neither extreme winter or summer), [and] there be no sickness nor death,” in which people are “undying and unwanting, and gloriously happy.” We then have a very interesting statement about time: “In the first I,OOO years of his rule, Yima the splendid enjoined righteous order on his Aryan subjects. He controlled invisible time itself, making it so much larger in size so as to praise and spread the righteous law.” It is very interesting to speculate on what was meant by controlling “invisible time itself.” Given what we now know, this carries much more potential impact than most people may realize. Graham Hancock points out similar statements from Egyptian texts in his introduction to this book — that life is maintained by the “progress and movement of time” – and these words now sound very cutting-edge.

As the Vendidad continues, we have what appears to be a very clear description of the coming of the last major Ice Age.

“That glorious age of the Aryans did not last for ever, O Zarathushtra. It was time for the evil one’s attack. I Who am Ahura Mazda spoke then to Yima Kshaeta: ‘O splendid Yima, toward the sacred Aryan land will rush evil as a severe fatal winter; evil will rush as thick snow flakes falling in increased depth. From the three directions will wild and ferocious animals attack, arriving from the most dreadful sites. Before this winter, any snow that fell would melt and convey the water away. Now the snow will not melt (but will form the Polar ice cap) … Now, there will be no footprints discernible at all on the packed sheets of hard ice that will form.'”

Concluding this section, he writes:

Hence, the ancient Aryan civilization appears to have originated in what is now the frozen wasteland of northern Russia-prior to the coming of the last great Ice Age. Given all the work of Graham Hancock and others, we can safely associate this with the time of the purported civilization of Atlantis.

I will leave it there for now to be continued in my next post. I find it most interesting, as well as significant, that all of this took place in the Middle East and Europe, where devastating turmoil is the current experience of that part of the body of Humanity. And here we are in the Americas, the West, enjoying a completely different lifestyle in a country that holds great promise for the future of Mankind, a promise that our forefathers entrusted into our hands.  Or are we?

Out of the East our tomorrows arise daily with the rising Sun.  As I have pointed out before, with the passing of the old world a new world emerges from out of the ashes.  Let us consider ourselves fortunate that we live in Western Civilization, but also responsible for the future of Mankind and the Earth upon which we live and have our being.  It is up to us to seize the day – or rather let the Day seize us – and allow the Golden Age of our time emerge and fill the world with love, happiness and abundance of life. Let us not live in fear or condemnation of what is befalling Humanity on the other side of the globe, lest it fall upon us here as well and destroy every hope of a Golden Age emerging.  For what we fear may well come upon us. Let us rather be utterly compassionate for our brothers and sisters suffering and dying in the Middle East– and in other countries like Nigeria — as the angels incarnate in each one of them play their chosen roles in dismantling the old barbaric world of yesteryear.  Let us be about our role and business of building the New Earth here in America, the land of love, a land that too many have taken for granted. Until my next post,

Be love. Be loved.

Anthony

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The Hero’s Journey, part 3: The Timeline of the Golden Age

This is one of many depictions of the Rainbow Body from Tibet

This is one of many depictions of the Rainbow Body from Tibet

My Chorale PicThe Age of Aquarius is ushering in a Golden Age when time and death will be no more and humanity will finally be rewarded the Elixir of Immortality. Already, as mentioned in my last post, there are thousands of cases of the “Rainbow Body” phenomena reported in China and India. So the path to illumination and union with the divine is open and available to those who seek the Elixir of Immortality, the worthy quest of the Hero’s Journey.

The question I will entertain in this post is:  When does the curtain fall on humanity’s journey in this third density of the “valley of the shadow of death” and our final conquest over the social-political-religious nemesis that’s hiding this elixir from sight going to bring us finally and fully into the Fourth Density experience of total enlightenment and eternal life — the Golden Age foretold by ancient prophecies?

For possible and interesting answers, I will turn to my favorite historical author David Wilcock and reference passages in his 2013 literary release, The Synchronicity Key. One thing I can say about David Wilcock is that he did his homework before putting pen to paper — some thirty years of research. This lends a lot of credibility to his writings. So, let’s examine some of his findings.

First of all, the timeline is based on cosmic cycles. There’s the cycle of the Biblical seven days of creation Moses described in the Book of Genesis. This begs the question as to what is the actual span of a Biblical “day?”  We can find a variety of Biblical passages where a “day” symbolizes a year.

The prophet Daniel tells in 12:11 of his encounter with “a glowing, linen-clad man in a vision, which many readers of the Bible believe was a vision of Jehoshua [Jusus], writes Wilcock. He goes on to say “This glowing man in linen told Daniel there would be a final cycle of 1,290 ‘days’ before the end of an age.  (Underscore mine)

Then we have the Mayan “Great Year” that consists of twelve cycles of 1,290 years adding up to 25,920 years, the time it takes for the axis of the earth to cycle through the twelve Ages of the Zodiac. A larger cycle yet is revealed in Walter Cruttenden’s epic achievement Lost Star of Myth and Time in which he gives “compelling evidence,” writes Wiscock, “that our sun is orbiting a neighboring star….” That cycle is 2,160 years, which is subdivided into four 540-year quarter cycles. These four quarters mark the four corners of a square inside a circle.  Each of these quarter cycles can be visualized as circles, as we are orbiting around our sun, which is orbiting around another star.

Here we have the makings of what is called “Sacred Geometry.” We are impacted significantly by the energy field of this neighboring star. Each time we move through a quarter cycle of 540 years and come to the same point in the larger circle as before, Wilcock explains, “we experience bleed-throughs from events that occurred the last time.” In other words, history repeats itself . . . that is, if we allow it to and do nothing to change human behavior, which has a significant influence upon our experience of these cosmic cycles of creation and re-creation. Recall the words of the One standing in the midst of the seven golden candlesticks St. John writes about in his Book of Revelation: “Behold, I make all things new.”  So can we, and we have a golden opportunity, literally, to make our experience of life and our world new as this Golden Age dawns at the end of a long cycle and the beginning of another.

LOOPS OF FORCE IN AN ELECTRICAL CURRENT ARE WOUND UP CENTRIPETALLY, JUST AS SOLAR AND STELLAR SYSTEMS ARE WOUND UP IN THE HEAVENS. CENTRIFUGAL FORCE UNWINDS THEM FOR REWINDING AND REPETITION

LOOPS OF FORCE IN AN ELECTRICAL CURRENT ARE WOUND UP CENTRIPETALLY, JUST AS SOLAR AND STELLAR SYSTEMS ARE WOUND UP IN THE HEAVENS. CENTRIFUGAL FORCE UNWINDS THEM FOR REWINDING AND REPETITION

To further expand on our visual image of these cycles within cycles — or “wheels within wheels” as the Prophet Ezekiel described them — envision these heavenly bodies moving forward through our Milky Way Galaxy while at the same time orbiting around one another and you see a spiraling pattern of celestial movement through the galaxy and the cosmos. So we are moving in spirals through space rather than in circles around heavenly bodies. 

To expand even further upon this model, consider that these spirals do not necessarily stay the same width nor extend the same repetitious lengths. Some may be moving away from a single point of origin and others moving toward a single point “in nice and neat geometric intervals.”  This diagram from Walter Russell’s inspired writing in The Secret of Light demonstrates this perspective. It is a representation of his vision of how our electrical universe works to keep things in harmony and order. The spiral is Nature’s secret way of imbuing forms, such as trees, with strength and keeping a firm control on the integrative and disintegrative cycles of forms throughout the cosmos. It’s the Creative Process in action. We do, after all, live in an electrical universe, and it is electrical currents that drive and direct these cycles. Such is the magnificence of the Mind of the Creator.

TIME ENCODED PROPHECIES

Prophets apparently enjoy a depth of insight into these cosmic cycles, upon which they base their prophecies. They are, after all, heavenly — perhaps extraterrestrial — messengers who have visited us throughout the ages to give us some sense of direction our earthly journey is taking, along with warnings about repeating cycles that may bring about radical and even catastrophic changes in our planet’s evolutionary journey through the cosmos.  

Here’s one such prophecy Wilcock spends a lot of time with and upon which he places considerable weight in arriving at a time when time will be no more. Let me see if I can condense his reasoning into a couple of paragraphs, because Wilcock moves through a lot of history in his book, framing events within the context of cycles, a very fascinating, though complex, achievement that makes for entertaining reading — that is, if one stays focused in his line of thinking, which is somewhat a challenge. 

The main key to figuring out cycles is to determine their starting and ending points. Some thought to observe events occurring in human affairs throughout history as surface signs of the energetic cycles driving them from behind the scenes. For example, French scholars Michel Helmer and Francois Masson revealed in or around 1958 the hidden truth about repetitive cycles in human affairs. Masson saw the growth cycles of major religions in three phases of 720-year cycles. He suggested the “every major culture will go through stages of its spiritual and religious development that divide up into nice and neat 720-year cycles.”  Taking the birth of Jesus as a starting point, Masson describes the rise and fall of Christianity in cyclical phases:

‘The first phase . . . is the prophetic period of every religion. The second is the clerical phase, and the third is that of the supremacy of the temporal [physical] power over the spiritual power. For example: [the time of] the Christ’s teaching to the years 720-730 corresponds to the mystical epoch of Christianity. From A.D. 720-750 to 1440-1470, the times changed. This was the epoch of the mastery of the ecclesiastical [Church] hierarchy over peoples and governments.

Again, using the birth of Jesus as the starting point of the current cycle we are in, Masson cites the period of iconoclasm, around the year A.D. 726 when Byzantine emperor Leo III ordered the removal of an image of Jesus’s face over the entrance to the Great Palace of Constantinople, as the ‘first major crisis of the Catholic Church’ and the end of the first phase of Christianity’s 2,160-year cycle.

Iconoclasm is defined as “a technical-sounding word for a curture deliberately destroying its own religious icons for political or spiritual reasons.”  We have an example of iconoclasm in our time in the effort to remove prayer in public places, such as schools, and the word “God” from the our national anthem. Wilcock writes:

The use of Christ’s face as an icon in Christianity was considered an ‘abomination.’  This was the first time that the Church’s authority was questioned on such a widespread level. It was the first time that the people became aware that their beloved religion had become corrupted and was being used as a tool of social and political oppression. The church militarized and became an obviously direct arm of the government for the first time in its history. [Not much different from current trends in our government today.]

Going forward 720 years to the year 1440, we have the dawning of the age of modern science as we know it and the beginning of the Renaissance. This is the second major crisis of the Catholic Church when its infallibility in matters of “truth” were challenged, which led to the Reformation when the Church was forced to relinquish its firm control over the Bible and allow the people to have access to sacred scriptures for the first time in its history.

What followed was the breaking away from the Catholic Church’s version of Christianity and the multiplication of religious sects. The Church began to fall apart as it lost its control over the minds of the people. It didn’t lose its fear-based control over their hearts, however, and it is in that very control pattern where the heart of the nemesis beats and pumps out the current of belief throughout the body of Christianity, and other major religions, that death is the only way to heaven, and it is only opens to those who obey its religious laws and decrees and remain tithe-paying members. 

WE COME TO THE END-TIME 

Moving forward 720 years from 1440 we come to the year 2160. This date comes well after the time the Great Year ends and the Golden Age is predicted to arrive by various world wide prophecies. Wilcock adds this consideration:

However, if we are dealing with a system of cycles that is somehow guided by our own collective consciousness and was intended to reach its final resolution surrounding the end of the Great Year — which was in or around the year 2012 — then perhaps other cycles took effect.

A prominent Russian mathematician by the name of Anatoly Fomenko also discovered repeating patterns in history. Only his cycle was 1,296 years long and was divided into a four-part story. The story can be broken up into the three-act Hero’s Journey structure that Hollywood films are based on. I will end with these concluding excerpts from Wilcock’s book:

Let’s not forget that once we include the midpoint in the screenplay, we break it up into four perfectly symmetrical pieces — pages 1 through 30, 30 through 60, 60 through 90, and 90 through 120. If Fomenko has found that the overall “story” is thirteen hundred years long, that’s very interesting, because if we knock off four years and shave it down just a bit to 1,260 years, we now have another perfect subdivision of the 25,920-year precession. There are exactly twenty cycles of 1.296 years within the Great Year itself. Each of these 1,296-year cycles divides neatly into four equal parts on Fomenko’s graph, giving us 324-year sections.There are exactly eighty of these 324-year cycles in the 25,920-year precession of the equinoxes.

Wilcock finally arrives at a likely date:

What if we take the year A.D. 720 as the beginning of a new cycle of a different length? What if A.D. 720 becomes the beginning of a new Hero’s Journey story? What if the political and social climate of A.D. 720 now represents the “ordinary world” which the “heroes” of our modern era must all ultimately be inspired to join a quest to escape from, as they move from lifetime to lifetime?

. . . . What if we use A.D. 720 as our starting point for one of Fomenko’s 1,296-year cycles? This would mean that the cycle will end in the year 2016. This is a very close fit with the end date for the precession and gives us another year to keep an eye on.

And that’s where I will leave you to consider these interesting findings on your own time. Read the book. It’s timely and pertinent to our Hero’s Journey. There’s little doubt that something huge is underway. I just recalled the Master Jesus’ invitation and perhaps even warning: “Come out of her my people.” 

This ends this series on the Hero’s Journey. Until we meet again in this blog, I wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving Day and a beautiful, peaceful and joyous Christmas and New Year. 

Be love. Be loved.

Anthony

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