We live in the twenty-first century — the Age of Aquarius, an age of enlightenment and of new hope — but this new millennium is also the era of rapid change and confusion. We face the ironic condition of a globalization that seems to separate us more than it brings us together.
When I was asked to write an article on indigenous people from a modern-day shaman’s perspective, I thought, what could I possibly say that everyone does not already know? So then, as I often do, I began to think outside the box. Why are we so interested in indigenous people?
I first discovered my gift of scanning the human body at the age of thirteen. My scanning process allows me to see the human body in a three-dimensional view. I scan the body in three dimensions with what can be described, in very simple terms, as xray vision.
Can you feel it? Can you feel the magic in the air? Can you feel the pregnant potential of the moment, of the times? Can you remember why you chose to be here now? Why you prepared for decades — even millennia — to be here now? The clock is about to strike midnight.
The winter solstice of 2012 marks the most prophesized moment in human history. Mayan cosmologists etched the long-count calendar of events of humanity's evolution in stone. This calendar has provided some of the most accurate predictions known in our history.
We stand at a critical juncture. In the discussion of the physical world, this time is referred to as "high noon" in regard to the evolution of the soul. That is to say, the shadow gets smaller when one comes into alignment with direct light.
My beloved beings of light, you are filled with the radiance that is God. Know now that the world is undergoing a profound transition. The old world is gone and the new world is here. Those who are attuned to higher consciousness and to the love of God will survive, thrive, and prosper.