Way back, when I was still living in Mt. Shasta, I had a powerful dream that has never left me. The dream was so surreal . . . and familiar . . . and odd that I never thought to share it until now. Let's face it. It is hard for us visionaries out in the world. We are either labeled psychos or geniuses. But at the risk of either title, it has come time to share this dream now, because I am seeing clues in our world that this dream was not some random strange dream; but a prophetic one.
The following is the first of 3 messages that we received in the Yucatan this past December. It might be a good idea to read them in order as each message builds upon the previous one. We are sharing this message here with you just as we received it, in present time, with very little editing. We do this for a very important reason. We know the messages that we receive are not just for our groups, but are for others as well.
Ankasmarka had several round chulpa-like buildings, much like the ones at Silustanni near Lake Titicaca. A chulpa is said to be Inca tombs, but that is just archeology talking. A sacred site expert said to me once "Archeology is not history. It is assumptions." We have to think with our hearts, not our heads, to understand a culture that is very different from our own.
As we enter into the Shift of the Ages, prophesized by the ancient ones . . . a place many feel is the time leading up to 2012, we reach a point of no return. At this turning point, the balance of life begins to move away from the world of the past and begins to relocate in a new cycle of time that we see as our future. The door behind us slams shut, while a new door creaks open.
"The sky is falling… the sky is falling, said Chicken Little." Do you remember reading that fairy tale? Boy, I do. Do you remember Saturday afternoons, being mesmerized by the old black and white scary movies that played when we were growing up?
Pandemic! What a great and powerful word to awaken humanity to the fact
that the collective is now thinking globally and acting locally. It is
remarkable that something as simple as the fear of a little germ can
link together the people of Earth. Humanity has taken another step
toward being a global community.
In Mayan tradition, there is a greeting that many people working with Mayan wisdom know of. It is the law of In Lak'ech Ala K'in, which means I am another yourself (A modern day interpretation). It also means I am you, and you are me (A traditional Mayan interpretation). We have come to understand that this Mayan greeting is an honoring for each other. It is a statement of unity and oneness.