Mayan Calendar: October 28, 2011: It’s The End of the World (And I Feel Fine)

“My own view is that the economic crisis will only deepen as we go throughout the fifth night into the Sixth day and take large proportions onwards until the end of the Mayan calendar on October 28, 2011.” – Johan Calleman

from his post on 5 Manik, 17th day of the Fifth day (August 16, 2011)

I would be remiss if I didn’t write about the upcoming end of the Mayan Calendar – October 28, 2011.

Yep… you read that correctly.

All of that hype about December 21, 2012 is a bunch of hooey.

But I cannot write about this any better than the source from which I got this information.

Johan Calleman has a wonderful website the breaks down all of the mini-phases that occur within the Mayan Calendar, leading up to what he considers the true end, October 28, 2011.

He states repeatedly that this will be when all of our spiritual/energetic striving over the past several thousands of years are culminating to completion, aka unity consciousness, on October 28th.

He talks about the dates of the shift and how they have related to modern events such as the earthquake in Japan last spring and Occupy Wall Street.

I like his writing because it is observational without being emotional. His outlook is positive, like mine, though he makes note that the shift to universal consciousness might not be an easy one.

As I’ve mentioned before, this is where I believe we can project our healing energy, and as indigo adults, we are particularly powerful and adept at doing so as long as we stay properly aligned with our higher selves. We can send our love and healing and pray for a gentle transition to this future world which is forming as we think about it.

Anyway, here is one of my favorite passages from Calleman’s website:

I have however also often said that there is little reason to expect that the transition to unity consciousness to be smooth and easy, but that it will include very difficult reactions as well. The dramatic changes are coming now with the Ninth wave more rapidly than anyone could have imagined. As part of this, in addition to the crisis beginning to hit the real economy in the fifth night, I think it is realistic that there will be some kind of political reaction to the developing chaos. In the US this could for instance take the form of giving extraordinary powers either to Obama or to the new so called Super Congress possibly under the pretext of some act of terrorism. Given the spread of chaos especially in the economic arena it is not unlikely that such measures also could gain a significant popular support.

My own view is that the economic crisis will only deepen as we go throughout the fifth night into the Sixth day and take large proportions onwards until the end of the Mayan calendar on October 28, 2011. Naturally, many will then ask if there is a solution which could stop this, as I believe, ongoing decline of the current political and economic system. My answer would be that a solution simply does not exist within the framework of the world`s current economic system, since this mandates growth for its own functioning and survival. Yet, there is a fairly simple solution out of the collapse of the world`s economy that we now see the beginning of. The solution is the forgiveness of all debts, not only on the government levels, but most importantly debts that regular people have in the form of credit cards, mortgages and rents, etc etc. Such a forgiveness of all debts would have to be combined with the end of the use of money meaning that people just continue to do their jobs without any form of exchange. This would set an end to growth and help save the planet. It would also liberate people from having to make money in order to survive. All that would be required is that people care enough for one another to continue to do the necessary work for everyone`s survival and wellbeing day by day without asking for money in return. Technically this would not be so difficult to implement, but what is blocking such a solution to the problems of the world`s economy are primarily political and legal. It is however difficult to see why a government or any banks would be needed in such a system and so these groups that hold the world’s military power would most likely resist it. Moreover, for many regular people at least in our current world it also may seem difficult to simply enjoy being and so constantly need to be doing things rather than being at peace with them. Yet, I do expect that in the sixth day of the Ninth wave, starting September 6th, we will see the first examples pointing in the directions of such solutions carrying the end to debts and money paving the way for the new world to be born after the end of the Mayan calendar on October 28, 2011. Unfortunately, billions of people lack basic knowledge about the Mayan calendar or even when its end date is and without this basic knowledge it is not easy to understand what is happening in the world.
We all have to work to correct this.

Here is the link to the full post.

As usual, I always appreciate feedback from other indigo adults or any other great website you have found on the topics I post.

~ Peace ~

Indigo Leslie

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.