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Final Ninth Wave Of Mayan Calendar

By James Donahue

An ominous prophecy and a possible explanation for the extreme world chaos that has been occurring since March 9, 2011, is being explained by astrologers and students of the Mayan calendar. They are joining a chorus of chanelers, contemporary prophets and esoteric thinkers who believe the Earth is moving into a new phase of existence and that the change will have a major impact on humanity.

As more and extreme chaotic events clutter the news, as rioting is breaking out in major cities around the world, and as political and financial leaders struggle with a crumbling banking system, people are turning to these prophetic messages for a sign of hope that something positive will emerge from the dust and smoke of this indecisive age.

Mayanism is among the oldest and best-known theories. It is based on a belief that the ancient Mayans possessed a special scholastic knowledge of the stars and prophetic future events, much of which was written in an intricately carved stone calendar and other stone works in Southern Mexico.

The Maya had different calendars, some tracing the movements of the planets aqnd rotation of the Earth. The calendars involved a complex system of mathematical formulas that measured long and short periods of time. There was the Tzolkin and Long Count or Baktun calendars. The Tzolkin calendar marked 260-day periods while the Baktun periods counted off 5,124 years.

What makes the Mayan calendar counts so significant is that they all come to an abrupt end on December 21, 2012, the day of the winter solstice. Some writers have suggested that the Mayans had foreknowledge, possibly from alien visitors, that the world as we know it will come to an end on this day Other, more optimistic prognosticators are saying the date marks the beginning of a time of change, when the Earth will shift into a new dimension or stage of human consciousness. Others believe the planet itself will regenerate to its original state.

Indeed, the Hopi people of Arizona, who may well be descendants of the ancient Mayans or Aztecs of South America, believe this will be a time of “purification.”

Astrologer Carl Johan Calleman offers some interesting observations on the website Galactic Free Press. He states that the ninth and highest wave of the Mayan calendar system was activated on March 9, 2011. Calleman says each wave comes with an increase in frequency which gives us the impression that time is speeding up. For example, the first wave began some 16 billion years ago. Consequently each wave is intensely shorter than those that came before, and world events occur with more intensity. He and other students of Mayanism believe this final wave will end on October 28, 2011.

Calleman reinforces his theory by noting that the Ninth Wave opened with the disastrous earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the riots and overthrows of governments in the Middle East, political unrest in many other nations including the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Greece, and throughout Africa, and financial chaos in world banking systems. Everywhere we look there is chaos. Gunmen are walking into crowds with their weapons blazing. Trains, buses and aircraft are crashing. Extreme weather changes are creating drought, floods and deadly storms.

We cannot remember a time in history, except perhaps during the height of World War II,  when the world was in such total disarray.

Calleman writes: “To a large number of people who have not understood the inherent time acceleration of the Mayan calendar system, these changes will no doubt be frightening. Yet, most likely, the changes will be uncomfortable for all of us regardless of our intellectual insights.” He said he believes “this chaos is a necessary state of preparation for the new world to be born after we ave reached the culmination of the Mayan calendar on October 28, 2011. A new world can only be born out of chaos and the chaos from which the new world will be born is now being created by the Ninth wave.”

Yet another astrological prognosticator, Leo Knighton Tallarico, explains that he believes we are experiencing “a shifting of Ages from a passing Pieces Age, begun over 2,000 years ago, to a new Aquarian Age that we are on the cusp of.

“This new age is one of equality, of diversity in unity. . . We are on this train of movement into a new age, and the train is picking up speed. Many are experiencing this as a feeling that time is speeding up. As we have recently moved through many recent powerful and important planetary alignments, human life on Earth has been rapidly changing.”

Are these predictions correct or is this just wishful thinking during a time of extreme uncertainty and change? Another group, the fundamental Christians, still are looking for their “savior” to come down from the clouds and whisk them all away to safety at the last moment. To any logical thinker the Jesus story is difficult to accept. But is Mayanism offering anything better?