2013 – The End of Days or a New Beginning.
As many of you know I spend as much time watching or listening to information as I do reading it. After writing my last post about: 2012 – A Crossing over , I came across a video titled: 2013- The End of Days or a New Beginning – with host Ian Punnett and Author Marie D. Jones.
Since we survived December 21st 2012 – I guess the next question is – “What Now?”
What are we supposed to do? Who are we supposed to become? What is going to happen next for humanity?
This interview really helps to answer some of these questions and more.
Things are going to change. I think everyone can feel it and we’re not quite sure if it is coming from the outside or the inside or a bit of both.
2013 would be about balance. We (humanity) are so off-balance now, are we going to make it even worse in the next four or five years?
We need balance between humanity and technology. We need balance between sustainability and capitalism, we need balance between protecting our Country and not going out there and trying to build empires.
We need to take care of our own people before we go out and try to take care of the rest of the World.
We are lacking in emotional preparedness for catastrophes. When 911 happened we all came together but then a few years later we go back to where we were.
People become isolated again; people don’t talk to their neighbors again.
What would the role of Government be in 2013 and beyond?
You always want to think of the Government as the authoritative but loving father right, but you know we know better.
I would love to see smaller, yet more effective government that is absolutely representative of the people.
If we don’t make the big changes in the way things are going we are going to see the end of the World as we know it. Because we cannot continue with the paradigm we’ve been living with.
How would the government do that?
I don’t think the government is going to change, I think the people will have to change it.
What will the role of the internet be in 2013?
There is a ton of information on the net and as long as we keep “net neutrality” it will be fine. Just make sure you follow the source of the information.
Even though we may not be connecting with our neighbors we are able to reach out and connect with people on the other side of the World.
The internet is a great way to get information that is not coming from the main stream media. We can get different viewpoints from different people all over the world.
If some type of disaster did happen you can’t turn to your friends on the internet but you can turn to your neighbor if they have some extra food and water. Or even a community outreach center.
So even though the internet is a good way to create a global village we are going to need to be able to depend on each other locally and in our own community.
What’s going to be the role of houses of worship in 2013?
Anytime there is a change there is an incredible amount of resistance. I see the western traditional religions that will try to hang onto their power and authority.
Yet, more and more people are going to become spiritual and not religious.
There is going to be a walking away from the oppressive nature of the big three western religions.
But, before that really happens, before that transformation, there’s going to be incredible resistance to that.
After 2012 there is going to be a massive awakening of consciousness (we will see things as they are as opposed to what we were told they are).
We are going through a cleansing and entering the rebirth and transformation of consciousness process.
This is the resistance period. The authority figures in power that don’t want people to awaken to their own potential, to their own power to create their own reality are going to hang onto their own power more so.
We may see more global conflicts breaking out – More political strife – More religious institutions getting even more fundamentalist trying to grab onto more people and to keep the followers they already have.
Even Mother Earth may become resistance and fight back at some point.
What about technology in 2013?
Self-sustainability will become the norm. Installing solar panels, storing water, having a generator and planting a garden. Definitely do what you can to become self-sustainable and perhaps influence others to do the same.
What other signs do you see that we are going through a transformation now?
Ninety nine percent of people I talk to tell me that it seems like time is speeding up. It goes back to information and how much stuff we have coming at us now.
We have rising stress related illnesses like anxiety, diabetes, depression, and cancer are skyrocketing among us.
Our lives are going to get busier and faster and that is something we have to nip in the bud because people won’t have the energy to handle it. (It’s about prioritizing our life and maintaining a balance.)
We have so many things we have to pay attention to now, we are more distracted than ever.
You can watch the video here.