When Chilam Met Paul . . . A Cross Culture Biblical Prophecy
The general masses were brainwashed by the media about the true prophecies regarding the Mayan culture and their long count calendar ending on December 21, 2012. If you did not study the Mayan culture you were at the mercy of Hollywood movies like 2012 or an erroneous inclusion of their calendar end date with Biblical prophecy. The Bible tells us no one knows the day or hour when the Day of Lord will come. So why did people intertwine the Mayan’s long count calendar with Biblical prophecy?
First, the Mayans never said it would be the end of the world. This was a media creation to generate emotionalism around the Mayan end date. This way they could: distract, entertain, and set perceptions of people in the dark. The Mayan culture is just as enigmatic as their parent culture the Olmecs.
Both of these ancient South American cultures possessed advanced mathematical precision coupled with precise astronomical abilities. This was clearly illustrated in the movie “Apocalypto” where the royal family and priest caste were aware of a pending solar eclipse; while they played upon the fears of the general population (that God was angry at them) who were astonished. This movie did not represent the comprehensive spiritual aspects of the Mayan culture very well.
This movie exploited horrific blood sacrifice where the beating heart was snatched out of a person’s chest. Who was then, subsequently beheaded, and their head kicked down the top of the pyramid’s steps. Ending with a man at the bottom of the pyramid waiting to catch the severed head in a fishing net. It seems like every culture nearing its end deviates from its original spiritual inception. It appears at one point the Mayans were monotheistic and prayed to the same Father as Christians!
The sign of the Only God from above (Hunab Ku), he that you must worship, Itzaes. Worship the new sign from the heavens, worship it with all your will, worship the true God who is this, Father.
What is interesting are the writings of the Mayan Prophecy from the priest Chilam Balam. You will find similar parallels to Christianity in his prophecy. Furthermore, the Mayan’s have a prophecy which strongly parallels Corinthians 15:52 where it says, “in a flash, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, the dead will be raised imperishable, and we will be changed.” Now let’s take a look at one of Chilam’s similar prophecies.
When their signal (vibration) is raised up high, when they raise it with the Tree of Life, all will suddenly change in one blow. And the successor of the first tree of the land will appear and the change will be manifested for all.
Okay, somebody has been dipping in the same pool! You see the obvious parallels between trumpet and frequency? It is obvious (in my humble opinion) the Most High is going to use a higher vibration to activate our “junk” DNA instantaneous. We also know the Most High is going to use the Sun to change our bodies. Knowing this we can expect light and frequency to be the God driven catalyst for the universal instantaneous change of the human body. And this makes perfect sense why our new bodies are going to evoke a sense of euphoria when it happens!
Surely the day is coming; it will burn like a furnace. All the arrogant and every evildoer will be stubble, and the day that is coming will set them on fire,” says the Lord Almighty. “Not a root or a branch will be left to them. 2 But for you who revere my name, the sun of righteousness will rise with healing in its rays. And you will go out and frolic like well-fed calves. 3 Then you will trample on the wicked; they will be ashes under the soles of your feet on the day when I act,” says the Lord Almighty. Malachi 4:1-3 (NIV)
I say this because there will be remains of the dead being trampled upon by joyous feet. I just envision new capabilities realized dwarfing the backdrop of this moment. Both Chilam Bilam and the Holy Spirit speak of an amazing transformation of the human body, mind, and soul. As I look at the respective prophecies there is an obvious connection between them.
We will frolic like this?
The Mayans appeared to include a Galactic theology into their spiritual teachings. They did not separate themselves from the cosmic Creation. By using celestial objects there appeared to be a dynamic for communication with the Divine Mind. They knew that we are part of something greater. I find this lack of practice in the Christine dogma curiously short sighted.
How can we remove ourselves from other creations which also praise the Most High? There is a mystery here which needs to be unlocked. The Mayan’s “Day of the Lord” has similar characteristics which we can synthesize under vibration. I must admit frequently through out the year I hear a high pitched frequency which sounds and then subsides. I wonder what is the origin of this frequency?
In closing the ancient Mayan people are rarely promoted as having common Scripture with the Bible. The media presents them as a blood thirsty culture that sacrificed people which is true but (not through their entire empire) not an indication of their comprehensive priest caste. Chilam Balam of Chumayel has shown us a common parallel between the prophecy of his Father; with the prophecy of Paul.
Michael Erevna, is Editor-in-chief and author of “THY SUN, THY ROD, and THY STAFF”