Ellie and Elaine - Two Psychics From Brooklyn

Monday October 18, 2010

An interesting thing happened this afternoon ... I read a woman who is very psychic and has decided to make some extra money doing readings online. Little did she know how accurate she was until she signed up this year and started reading people. She is so good - her clientele is growing rapidly and she is making $1,000 a week. She has no metaphysical background, is my age, from Brooklyn, has been my client off and on through the years ... and now has found this talent she has ignored for decades and loves it.

When her reading ended, we started talking about realty.

I asked, "What do you think it is?"

She looked off into the distance as psychics do when focusing consciousness beyond this realm. "Wow! It's not real," she replied. "It's an illusion."

I smiled ... we briefly talked about the hologram. Never had such a thought crossed her mind as a nice sweet Italian housewife who has raised three sons and made lots of pasta. Yet it all made sense.

Next I asked what she saw for 2011? She didn't have to focus away. The images and sounds were there before I finished my sentence.

"Fire! Lots of natural disasters and fires," she said showing me the goose bumps on her arms. To her that indicates a truth.

"And 2012?" I asked as a closing thought.

She immediately said, "Nothing. I see nothing but black. It is all dark ... gone."

And so I explained a bit further. Why? Because she will see these visions as clients ask about their own visions and dreams ... and as my client she should know what lies ahead. Most of us have been in the psychic game, or worked in metaphysics for years, and know the score. This lady has no background whatsoever ... but realized the truth within a second. She does not meditate or go to a power site to clear issues to get to the truth. The images and messages came ... because she was ready. Are you? ... or do you still need more energy work?

What does she like to do? Salsa dance! When you don't feel you have to suffer, get high, quest, or initiate to see the truth, you're free. Cha! Cha! Cha!

2012 is not an exact date because time is an illusion. 2012 is a metaphor for the closing of the program which comes out of the blue. It is something you sense within. If you sense closure at any point on the timelines, then the date doesn't matter. It could be next year - 50 years - or whatever you conclude. the point is - it all converges and blips out of existence with one final bleep. Time holds the illusion together, but have no definition as we experience it here. When it ends ... it stops ... dead. You will know.

In the 'everyone's got an opinion on 2012" category .... Don't drive yourself nuts thinking about it or worrying about being prepared. Go out and have fun. you will be where you are supposed to be when it happens. can you imagine all of the people in the world, preparing for 2012 now? Many just like to party!

End of the Earth Postponed   Live Science - October 18, 2010
It's a good news/bad news situation for believers in the 2012 Mayan apocalypse. The good news is that the Mayan "Long Count" calendar may not end on Dec. 21, 2012 (and, by extension, the world may not end along with it). The bad news for prophecy believers? If the calendar doesn't end in December 2012, no one knows when it actually will - or if it has already.

A new critique, published as a chapter in the new textbook "Calendars and Years II: Astronomy and Time in the Ancient and Medieval World" (Oxbow Books, 2010), argues that the accepted conversions of dates from Mayan to the modern calendar may be off by as much as 50 or 100 years. That would throw the supposed and overhyped 2012 apocalypse off by decades and cast into doubt the dates of historical Mayan events. (The doomsday worries are based on the fact that the Mayan calendar ends in 2012, much as our year ends on Dec. 31.)

The Mayan calendar was converted to today's Gregorian calendar using a calculation called the GMT constant, named for the last initials of three early Mayanist researchers. Much of the work emphasized dates recovered from colonial documents that were written in the Mayan language in the Latin alphabet, according to the chapter's author, Gerardo Aldana, University of California, Santa Barbara professor of Chicana and Chicano Studies.