Convergence of the Three Ages

Convergence of The Three Ages

In our next series, The Millennial Indigos, we explore the specific challenges and gifts brought by the Lightworkers of the next generation, the Millennials. However, in order to properly understand Millennials, it is vital to understand the recent shifts in consciousness and energy that has been defined by the Convergence of Three Ages. Typically, the year of 2012 is used as the landmark to indicate these changes because of the widespread knowledge of the end of the Mayan calendar. The year of 2012 actually marks the shift of three major cycles that are astrological and cross-cultural. It is important to acknowledge these shifts and the changes brought with them.

The first major shift that of the Mayan Calendar, which is the end of the thirteenth b’ak’tun and with it the conclusion of the Long Count Calendar. This is an approximately 5125-year long cycle and it reached 13.0.0.0.0 on the 21st of December in 2012. According to the Popol Vuh, which collects the spiritual teachings of the K’iche’ people, our world as we know it is actually the fourth of all created worlds, and the Long Count began at the beginning of this fourth world. The ending of such a cycle is a cause for great celebration, not the heralding of an apocalypse, but the start of something new.

The Mayan Cycle is linked to the precession of the equinoxes. The procession of the equinoxes is a result of acceleration, gravity, and the fact that the Earth rotates on an axis that is tilted 23.4 degrees. The axis of rotation actually points at different parts of the sky as it wobbles in a circle, and it returns to its starting point every 26,000 years. Plato called this cycle “The Great Year.” The Great Year can be divided into 12 different ages, for each of the astrological signs, each age a little more than 2000 years. The solstice December 21st of 2012 was not only the transition from the age of Pisces, the Fish, to the age of Aquarius; it was an extremely rare alignment between the solstice sun and the center of our Milky Way Galaxy.

The final great cycle that one should be aware of is the Kali Yuga. In Hindu Scriptures, there are four great ages: Satya Yuga, Treta Yuga, Dvapara Yuga, and Kali Yuga. The Satya Yuga was a golden age where people lived for thousands of years free of pain, fear, or dis-ease. Each following Yuga is a further descent from Enlightenment. In the final Yuga, the Kali Yuga, human lifespan will be at its shortest—of the order of only a hundred years—and pollution and sickness cover the earth. However, the Kali Yuga is not to be feared, because within it there is an age of 10,000 golden years brought forth by lightworkers in which the earth will be cleansed and purified. Each of the Ages requires a different type of karma to reach salvation. In the Kali Yuga, it is consistent spiritual discipline and hard work that will liberate the world.

It is the Indigo Warriors who are putting in this hard work to build the bridge to the New World. A vital part of these Indigo Warriors are the Millennial Indigos. Over the next few weeks, we will explore who the Millennial Indigos are, and what unique gifts and experiences they bring, as well as how they can work side by side with the older generation of Indigo Warriors to bring about the change this world needs.

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