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2012 – The End of the World as we know it

I recently wrote an article about 2012: “2012 – End of the World or Golden Age of Peace,” regarding the prophecies that the world will end in 2012. In this post I explore the subject further. I am by no means an expert; I am researching the subject and I would like to share what I am learning. I am very interested in this subject but with so many ideas available, it can be quite overwhelming. It is my intention to explore the possibility of simplifying these complex ideas and make them more accessible.

Diana Cooper, author of 2012 and Beyond says: “We start a double transformational shift as the planet and all on her, including humans, rapidly move towards ascension.  This is the greatest opportunity for spiritual growth that there has ever been in the entire history of the planet and beings from all over the Universes are watching in awe at what is happening on Earth.” (

It is my belief that ascension is already happening. Put simply, ascension happens when our spirituality starts to awaken and we start doing things from a place of love rather than fear. This is beginning to happen to people all over the world and will continue to happen as the Golden Age comes upon us.

As I mentioned in my previous article, there are many prophecies and signs regarding the coming of the Golden Age or the End of the World, depending on how you wish to view it. I find it very interesting that many ancient prophecies, such as those of the Mayans and the Hopis, are similar to those of the bible and the Quran, as are prophecies of Nostradamus and many channelings, where “channelers” impart information that they claim to be from spirit entities such as angels or ascended masters like Jesus, St. Germain or Buddha. In the 1930’s, during a channeling, Edgar Cayce predicted that the new age, also known as the Golden Age would coincide with a polar shift. This is also supported by the work of American college professor Charles Hapgood, ( who put forward the theory that the Earth’s axis has changed many times throughout history. (Spirit 12_2, and Wikipaedia)

Such a polar shift would cause the sun to rise from the west. This coincides with prophecies of Islam that the sun will rise from the west at the time of the resurrection.

In the Islamic haddiths “Allah’s Messenger said, ‘The Hour (of Resurrection) will not come until the sun rises from the West.’” – Discovering Islam

It is also interesting to note, that Hapgood proposed that such a shift would cause natural disasters such as earthquakes and tsunamis, as was prophesized in the bible and as we are currently seeing.

Rather than The End of the World, I believe we are witnessing the end of the world as we know it. The end of a world fuelled by greed, hatred and fear; the beginning of a New World Order, a Golden Age of peace, love and happiness. So, how can we help to usher in the Golden Age? There are terrible things happening all over the world but instead of focusing on the terrible things we can focus on love and peace. According to the law of attraction, what you think about becomes your reality and what you focus on is what you get. Energy flows where focus goes. Perhaps we could all be mindful of what we are focusing on.

One way to change the world is to start with ourselves. “Be the change you want to see in the world,” – Mahatma Ghandi.

People can ask themselves “What small thing can I do to make the world a better place? What can I do to help others, whether it is my fellow human beings, animals, plants, or even the Earth herself?”

Diana Cooper, author of “2012 and Beyond,” suggests the following ways to bring about change:

“Bring your own life into peace and harmony. Your energy will then automatically lift the vibrations of everyone with whom you come into contact.

Recognise that everyone is equal and treat them as such.

Honour all the forms of life on the planet from rocks, insects and plants to animals and humans.
Give no energy to fear, darkness and mass hysteria. Instead focus on the good, the wise and great, so that it expands.

Visualise everyone throughout the world holding hands in peace.

If enough individuals do these things, the consciousness of all must inevitably rise.”

2011 has been amazing year, with people standing up for their rights all over the world. I realize that I have spent too much time arguing with my friends about protests and politics and it is all futile. Rather than focusing on our differences, let focus on what we have in common and how we can achieve peace. My new year’s resolution is to spend 2012 changing the world by changing myself and focusing on solutions rather than problems. Imagine what the world would be like if everyone did this and moved towards doing things from a place of love instead of fear.