VOICES OF HOPE
Time Talk
By Audrey Hope

 

 

It is time now to talk about time. A long time ago people wanted us to use their time, for our time, when the time was right. That time is now. Why spend so much time on time?

Ancient cultures, the most amazing among us, THE MAYANS, left us symbols and codes and geometry, and sacred sites, and hieroglyphics and numbers and calendars. Why?
By keeping brilliant pace with the sky and the stars and the sun and the moon, they invited us to once again be where we were and try again. Their secret messages — to steer us away from extinction into transformation.

To say they were primitive and knew less than us and that our culture is more advanced is a great crime to what they left us… A CALENDAR THAT IS NOT JUST A CALENDAR. Their superior number system is a cosmic galactic code recording our galactic light destiny and our electromagnetic potential.

Their divine matrix was to tell us that we have sacred inner power connected to the stars. With a heightened attunement to the earth, acceleration in our DNA infrastructure, and an increase in our light/body frequency, we can move in cycles from darkness to full light.

The great Mayan Cycle began in 3113 B.C. and ends in December A.D. 2012. The baktun of transformation of matter — 13 cycle, baktun 12 is the end of the world… but only as we know it. It is the return of Shamballa, a spiritual regeneration, a 500-year golden age.

Jose Arguelles in his earth-awakening book, “The Mayan Factor,” states that the end cycle is to know again — God and Goddesses, Heroes and Heroines, where all true warriorhood is bound in service to the light. He says, In knowing, our life shall pass into the greater life, which we shall collectively know as one.

It is time to be magical.
It is really time to talk
    about time.

Audrey Hope is the spiritual counselor at Passages Rehab in Malibu, and host/producer of REAL WOMEN, an international award-winning talk show dedicated to life-altering perspectives. Visit: www.hopesrealwomen.com

 


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