One man. One flip chart. One mind-blowing presentation. Sure, you have to be willing to look past the complete lack of cinema-graphic merit and focus solely on the content, but it’s worth it. Couple of highlights:
- The calendar isn’t tracking simple revolutions of the earth around the sun…
- It’s tracking the evolution of the cosmos/creation itself, a process that is accelerating literally every day–and making a higher frequency of consciousness more easily available.
- It ends not on December 21, 2012, but rather October 28, 2011.
- The end doesn’t mean we’re all dead. Only that we’ll have evolved past the need to measure time in the same way.
The details offered as support for this interpretation of the calendar–past events, future dates, etc.–are compelling. If you’re interested in an interpretation of the calendar that does not include visions of the apocalypse, this is a must-see presentation.
It’s a pity the speaker didn’t live to see to see 2011. Instead, Ian Xel Lungold, died in 2005. He based his ideas on the work of scientist/researcher Dr. Carl Johan Calleman (http://calleman.com), and it continues at http://mayanmajix.com, where new articles appear all the time.
Netflix users can rent Lungold’s “Welcome to the Evolution” and “Lost Secrets of the Maya” DVDs. But if you want a copy of your own, go to Solving the Mayan Calendar Mystery