THE END OF THE KALI YUGA, IN 2025. AND THE BEGINING OF SATYA YUGA, A GOLDEN AGE, ANOTHER MILLENIAL MYTH?

The Coming of an Age of Gold

There were no poor and no rich; there was no need to labor, because all that men required was obtained by the power of will; the chief virtue was the abandonment of all worldly desires. The Krita Yuga (Satya Yuga) was without disease; there was no lessening with the years; there was no hatred or vanity, or evil thought; no sorrow, no fear. All mankind could attain to supreme blessedness.

According to the Surya Siddhanta, Kali Yuga began at midnight (00:00) on 18 February 3102 BCE. This is also considered the date on which Lord Krishna left the earth to return to Vaikuntha. This information is placed at the temple of Bhalka, the place of this incident

Information Kiosk at Bhalka, the place from where Lord Krishna returned to his heavenly abode

According to the astronomer and mathematician Aryabhatta the Kali Yuga started in 3102 BCE. He finished his book “Aryabhattiya” in 499 CE, in which he gives the exact year of the beginning of Kali Yuga. He writes that he wrote the book in the “year 3600 of the Kali Age” at the age of 23. As it was the 3600th year of the Kali Age when he was 23 years old, and given that Aryabhatta was born in 476 CE, the beginning of the Kali Yuga would come to (3600 – (476 + 23) + 1 (As only one year elapses between 1 BCE and 1 CE) = ) 3102 BCE

Kali Yuga Dark Age

According to KD Abhyankar, the starting point of Kaliyuga is an extremely rare planetary alignment, which is depicted in the Mohenjo-Daro seals.[ Going by this alignment the year 3102 BCE is slightly off. The actual date for this alignment is February 7 of 3104 BCE. There is also sufficient proof to believe that Vrdhha Garga knew of precession at least by 500 BCE. Garga had calculated the rate of precession to within 30% of what the modern scholars estimate.

Astronomical Oobservatory Jantar Mantar Jaipur Rajasthan India

Most interpreters of Vedic scriptures, as Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Goswami and his recent disciple Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada believe that Earth is currently in Kali Yuga and lasts 432,000 years. Other authors, such as Swami Sri Yukteswar and Paramhansa Yogananda, believe that it is now an ascending Dvapara Yuga, indicating levels of cycles within each major Yuga period as each being a development, the smaller cycles within cycles eventually leading to full development of the qualities of the ages. The Kali Yuga is thought by some authors to last 6480 years although other duration have been proposed.

Attributes of Kali Yuga

Hindus believe that human civilization degenerates spiritually during the Kali Yuga, which is referred to as the Dark Age because in it people are as far away as possible from God. Hinduism often symbolically represents morality (dharma) as an Indian bull. In Satya Yuga, the first stage of development, the bull has four legs, but in each age morality is reduced by one quarter. By the age of Kali, morality is reduced to only a quarter of that of the golden age, so that the bull of Dharma has only one leg.

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The Kali Yuga According to Hindu Scriptures

“It is the lowest instincts that stimulate the men of the Kali Yuga, they prefer false ideas, they do not hesitate to persecute the sages,  desire torments them,  neglect,  illness,  hunger, the fear spread. Severe droughts The different regions of the countries will oppose each other The sacred books will no longer be respected Men will not have morals, and will be irritable and sectarian False doctrines and misleading writings spread in the age of Kali People are afraid because they neglect the rules taught by the wise and do not perform the rites correctly anymore Many will perish The number of princes and farmers will gradually diminish The lower classes want to attribute real power and share knowledge, food and the beds of the old princes, most of the new leaders are of slave origin, they will persecute the priests and those who have wisdom. to fetuses and heroes. The slaves want to play the role of intellectuals, the intellectuals that of slaves. Thieves become kings and kings become thieves. Rare are virtuous women. Promiscuity extends. The stability and balance of castes and the ages of life disappear everywhere. The earth produces almost nothing in some places and produces a lot in others. The powerful take over public goods and stop protecting the people. Wise persons of low birth are honored as if they were Brahmans and deliver to people who are not worthy of it the dangerous secrets of the sciences. Teachers are debased by selling their knowledge. Many take refuge in a wandering life. At the end of the Yuga, the number of women increases and the number of men decreases. During the Age of Kali, the Great God, Shiva, the dark blue and red peacemaker, will be revealed to all under a disguise to restore justice. Those who go to him will be saved. At the end of the Yuga, the animals become violent, the number of cows decreases. Good men withdraw from public life. Market cooked foods are sold in the market square. Also the sacraments and religion are sold. The rain is erratic. The  merchants dishonest.

Apocalyps Now by Mearone

People who beg or seek employment are becoming more numerous. Nobody stops using rude language, nobody keeps their word, everyone is envious. People without morals preach virtue to others. Censorship reigns. Criminal associations are formed in cities and towns. The water and the fruits will be lacking. Men will lose the sense of values. They will have belly aches and will have their hair in disarray. At the end of the Yuga, people will be born whose life expectancy will not reach sixteen. People will envy the clothes of others. The thieves will rob the thieves. Many will become lethargic and inactive, contagious diseases, rats and snakes will torment men. Men suffering from hunger and fear will find themselves on the banks of the Bengal River. Nobody will live longer than the normal duration of life, which is one hundred years. The rites will perish in the hands of men without virtues. People who practice errant rites will spread everywhere. Unskilled people will study the sacred texts and will be self-proclaimed expert. Men will kill each other and also kill children, women and cows. The wise will be condemned to death. However, some will reach perfection in a very short time. Excellent Brahmans will continue practicing the rites. “

Linga Purâna, II. Chapters. 39, 40.

Kali Yuga Days

End of Kali yuga Controversy

In all honesty there is wide controversy, between Astrologers, about the time the Kali Yuga will end,  and even some Astronomers have jump into the fray!

Some say it already started in on 26th July 2014 at 3:11:00 p.m., others not until 2,025, and many others into different dates, as far as thousands of years into the future!

And frankly it will take too many pages to explain, and it will not be of interest to those who do not have a background in Astrology, or Astronomy, if you are interested on those details you can find your way through those arguments by navigating to such websites.

Some propose the date of 2025, and the object of my post, it’s to call attention to this not new, but coming our way Millenarianism phenomena, as we speak, too many argue we  are  in the Aquarius age, some deny it, or that if the Maya end cycle on 2012 year, had, or has any meaning?

We will not go into that, my objective is to relate to you what the ones who agree on 2025, have to say:

 

‘The timeline also indicates that the ascending Kali Yuga, which is the current epoch in which we are living, will end in 2025 CE. The full manifestation of the next Yuga – the ascending Dwapara – will take place in 2325 CE, after a transitional period of 300 years. The ascending Dwapara Yuga will then be followed by two more Yugas: the ascending Treta Yuga and the ascending Satya Yuga, which will complete the 12,000 year ascending cycle.’

Satya Yuga

Satya Yuga

The Mahabharata has also prophesied the same thing but with further elaborations on how conditions will be when Satya-Yuga or Krita-yuga begins again: “O descendant of Bharata, when at the appearance of the Krita Yuga, sin will thus be completely destroyed and virtue will flourish, men will again be engaged in religious rites. Well-planted gardens, sacrificial grounds, large tanks, Vedic schools and colleges, ponds and temples, will (all) reappear everywhere; various sacrifices will also begin to be performed at the appearance of the Krita age. Brahmans will be honest and good. Being devoted to asceticism, they will be Rishis (and wise sages). The hermitages occupied by the wicked wretches will once more be the homes of men devoted to Truth. Men in general will begin to honor and practice Truth. All seeds sown on earth will grow. O king of kings, every kind of crop will grow in every season. Men will devotedly practice charity, vows, and religious rites. The Brahmans, devoted to meditation and sacrifices (Vedic rituals), will be of virtuous soul and cheerful disposition. The kings will virtuously govern the earth. In the Satya yuga (Krita Yuga), the Vaishyas will devote themselves to trade, the Brahmans will be devoted to their six duties and the Kshatriyas will be devoted to the display of prowess (for the protection of the citizens). The Shudras will be devoted to the service of the other three orders. Such will be the Dharma in Satya yuga (Krita yuga), Treta yuga, and Dvapara Yugas.

Hindu Astrological View of Planets

My Views

Controversy about cycles are based on hypothetical theories, based on Sacred scriptures interpretations, so therefore, also subjective, to multiple interpretations, however also believe what some sages said regarding in what age we live.

‘Kali Yuga is for hypocrites and fools. They always live in it. The wise and the truthful always live in Satya Yuga.’

‘Try to lead a truthful life. Time cannot change us unless we try to change ourselves. Avoid foolish speculations and imaginations. Develop right discrimination and be wise. Then you always live in Satya Yuga.’

Delightful Garden

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38 Responses to THE END OF THE KALI YUGA, IN 2025. AND THE BEGINING OF SATYA YUGA, A GOLDEN AGE, ANOTHER MILLENIAL MYTH?

  1. Thank you for this in-depth overview of Kali Yuga, Mr Anaya. I recently did some research on the subject when I wrote an article about the Sri Yukteswar interpretation of where we are exactly in the Yuga cycles. The interesting part is that Sri Yukteswar’s calculation are more or less in line with the Mayan calendars too – and by his calculations the Vedic Great Year lines up with the 24,000-year procession of the equinoxes’ cycle. The year 2025 may have some truth in it – although it would be a ‘Subsubyuga’ shift according to Dr. David Frawley of American Institute of Vedic Studies. We have already been in Dwapara Yuga proper since the year 1900 (after the 200 year transition completed from 1700 to 1900.)

    In 2020 we are moving from:
    1960 – 2020 Dwapara Kali Treta
    TO:
    2020 – 2100 Dwapara Kali Satya

    It would usually take a few years for the energy to be activated, so around 2025 sounds about right for us to really sense, feel or see the changes. If the above is accurate, this is very positive in my opinion, because even if this ends up a light shift, we are moving from a mental energy (Treta) to a spiritual energy (Satya) while the underlying Kali and Dwapara will still remain active, but with Kali fading out – it will be the Kali Subyuga fading out. Exciting times ahead – there’s light at the end of the tunnel after all. Details here:
    https://www.vedanet.com/keys-to-the-yugas-or-cycles-of-the-ages-subyugas-in-the-sri-yukteswar-yuga-cycle/

    • theburningheart says:

      Thank you for your contribution,I am glad there’s someone out there interested on these things, besides me.
      I have a fascination, and knowledge of the Axial Precession of the Equinoxes, and the Hindu Manvantaras and Yugas, since I was a teenager, maybe sixteen, or seventeen, somewhere in the late sixties, and I am glad there’s few people out there aware of these things. 😉

  2. stolzyblog says:

    It is interesting to compare western and eastern esoteric notions about cosmic timescales as well as periods or eras of what might be termed ‘spiritual history’. First off, I agree with your statement that most current (or vaguely current — i.e. within the past two centuries) are theoretical and base their conclusions upon interpretations of ancients scriptures. I also think the means to comprehend these scriptures have largely become corrupted under modern trends in thinking. These two links, for example, show quite different estimations about the lengths of various yugas, both from an eastern perspective.

    https://www.newdawnmagazine.com/articles/when-does-the-kali-yuga-end — yugas on the order of millions of years

    https://isha.sadhguru.org/ca/en/wisdom/article/kali-yuga-end-lies-ahead — yugas on the order of thousands of years, but of arying lengths; concludes we are presently in Dwapara Yuga

    The western representative is different in several key ways, which I believe lends it more credibility. First, it is not based upon theoretical ruminations about ancient texts. The author clearly and boldly states in numerous places that all of his esoteric teaching arise from direct spiritual perception of the akashic record of cosmic history, which lives and is decipherable to all who succeed witht he necessary exercise in inner development which are appropriate to modern humanity (which he also highlights in detail). Further, he claims that Kali Yuga has already ended, in 1899. Further, he clarifies the meaning of this. The main difference between the former age, which lasted 5000 years and the present (which will also last 5000 years) is that the spiritual world is now “open”, i.e. perceivable, to those who make the appropriate cognitive and ethical efforts to perceive such things. This would explain why the present world situation is so murky. Because a small number of individuals can see what is actually up. And a larger number can sense this openness, or are on the verge of themselves being able to perceive (and may do so next incarnation). While the large majority neither try to see or consider it is even possible, worthwhile or non-crazy. This leads to a moshpit of growing pains which we are in the beginning stages of, only. The various eastern characterizations of how the various yugas would be experienced are highly idealized and monolithic. The reality is that evolution, devolution, and conflict of consciousness is constantly occurring within earthly development, especially now.

    It is also interesting that the western esoteric and eastern perspectives so closely agree upon the beginning date of the most recent Kali Yuga. Eastern interpretations, based on astrological calculating, say: 3102 BC. The western source, based again upon direct (claimed) spiritual perceptions states: 3101 BC.

    https://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/GA118/English/APC1961/19100306p02.html

    Thanks for posting.

    • theburningheart says:

      I agree with you, there’s too many arguments on these issues, and I have spent long time since I was a young man reading about these subjects, to ignore, the many contradictions.
      Also, something most forget, or are unaware, are the sub-cycles who clarify some issues, but confuse many, the sub-cycles work as in Western Astrology the Decans.

      In order to give fuller interpretation to the zodiac signs, ancient astrologers subdivided each sign into periods of approximately ten days. These divisions are known as the “decans” or “decantes” and are somewhat arbitrary in order to allow for the five (and sometimes six) extra days in the year beyond the 360 days required for the thirty-six Decans, are basically sub-cycles ruled by a different influence.

      The same apply. into larger cycles as the ‘Ages’ of the Platonic year of 25,920 years, and also to the Yugas in Hindu Astrology. every Age, or in the case of the Yugas contain a Golden period, as well as all the rest, Silver, Bronce, Iron.

      As we agree, all these it’s very subjective, however something our archaeologist seem to miss, worried with so many other things, and the fact every Age has it’s own priorities, our history from the past reflects out our own today priorities, not necessary, the same of the Age in question.

      And the main reason they ignore the profound effect these cycles played on the mind of these civilizations, something easy to see on the alignment of their buildings, and Pyramids all over the World

      It’s only recently maybe the last 20, or 30 years people get around to see, and celebrate around these ancient monuments, despite been known for centuries.

      Thank you for the fine comment. 🙂

      Sorry about the subtitles,on Chitchen Itza, couldn’t find one in English.

  3. The vast amounts of time (360 X) originally assigned to the Yugas came about through an error that happened during Kali Yuga – there are many resources in this available, for example:
    Astrological World Cycles By Tara Mata (Laurie Pratt) Published in Serial Format in 1932-33:
    http://www.edsharrow.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Astrological-World-Cycles1.pdf

    A highly recommended (well-researched) documentary explains the Yuga cycles from the Sri Yukteswar’s calculation perspective and it also clarifies why Sri Yukteswar’s calculated the Great Year to be 24000 years and not 25,770 (or the traditional 25,920) – it has to do with changes in the speed of the precession rate see from: 37 mins >>>

    • theburningheart says:

      I agree with you, but I also recognize there’s great deal of subjectivity, on a lot of these calculations, one thing we cannot deny it’s the rising awareness people of lately have of issues for centuries forgotten, or the sole realm of a few erudite on their fields, and how people now day it’s more aware of a new vision of the past, and itself a confirmation that a New Age of Enlightenment is downing on us, which in itself probes the point in fact something it’s changing.

      Thank you for the great video, I enjoyed it! 🙂

  4. Captivating post. Thank you.

  5. selizabryangmailcom says:

    I feel a little underwhelming, after reading such a detailed and knowledgeable post, to only be able to express a sense of relief that we’re supposedly moving into more enlightened times. I know very little about this subject, so I can’t contribute except to say that. And to thank you for the informative article!

    • theburningheart says:

      Yes, in some ways things can look pretty bad, but there’s so much progress, and Science, and enlightenment in so many areas, and almost anything it’s available at your fingertips, hopefully the bad things would recede away, with the new generations of more educated people.

      Thank you for your nice comment! 🙂

  6. By reading your interesting post about “The Kali Yuga According to Hindu Scriptures” I wonder and this gives me goose pimples, whether we in the western world are not more and more in the Kali Yuga period!! Best regards Martina

    • broodjejaap says:

      Indeed our present time resembles the Kali Yuga in many countries: Trumpism, Putin , May, erdogan, hungary, poland , etc etc. lies abd destruction reign. But the next phase is also announce for which we see the ingredients appearing: Truth, cooperation and synergy will get nature, spirits and us blooming again. Life will conquer 🔥

      • theburningheart says:

        Yes, even if I believe it’s a hard way uphill, in the end most of the World would head up that way, regardless of the few who may decide to go the opposite direction.

        Thank you for your great comment. 🙂

      • I very much hope that your positive outlook will be realized and nature considered more important than money!:)

    • theburningheart says:

      Well, yes, but we also have a great period of enlightenment at our doorsteps, if you disconnect yourself from the news, I am sure you may wonder what the stress people talk it’s all about, I confess that long time ago I stop paying attention to the news, and sure I find about things kind of late by my search on the internet, or reading journals, like the New York Review of Books, or just because everybody it’s talking about it, but I can go for days without anything disturbing my ears with bad news.

      I guess peace of mind it’s an inner attitude, like Epictetus said:

      Why worry, or care about the things you have no control, or a say in the matter?
      Worry only about those you can change.

      Thank you Martina, we appreciate your comments. 🙂

      • I agree with you that often it is easier and also necessary not listen to all the bad news, which give us a lot of pain, but also duties to change the things we can change as Epictetus says. To my mind comes the poisenous, prefabricated food we buy and eat or food produced by people, who work like slaves or I wouldn’t stop consuming palm oil, if I didn’t know that farmers in Indonesia are deprived of their forests so that big multinationals can plant their trees and make billions. I can’t change anything and grow my own vegetable, if I am not aware of what goes on in the world as far as this topic is concerned. Thank you very much for your precious thoughts and have a nice evening:) Martina

  7. theburningheart says:

    Excellent example of awareness by paying attention to the news, it reminds me of an old slogan of the late sixties, or seventies, the ownership of the phrase it’s disputed:

    ‘Think globally, act locally.’

    Urges people to consider the health of the entire planet and to take action in their own communities and cities. Long before governments began enforcing environmental laws, individuals were coming together to protect habitats and the organisms that live within them. These efforts are referred to as grassroots efforts. They occur on a local level and are primarily run by volunteers and helpers.

    Thank you Martina! 🙂

  8. rabirius says:

    Excellent and interesting.

  9. sherazade says:

    Grazie infinite ho trovato questo argomento estremamente utile e ricco di riflessioni soprattutto in un concetto finale è molto semplice e nello stesso tempo difficile da mettere in atto:

    “Il tempo non può cambiarci se non proviamo a cambiare noi stessi”

    Sherabientot 🌷🌹🌺

    • theburningheart says:

      I nostri concetti di tempo sono puramente soggettivo, sia le rivoluzioni solari della terra intorno al sole, la durata di una giornata della Terra, da qualche altra parte prendere un giorno di Mercurio Dove è più lungo di quello che è l’anno.
      Ci vogliono giorni Mercury 59 della Terra per le undici sul suo asse di rotazione (il periodo di rotazione), e circa 88 giorni terrestri per completare un’orbita intorno al Sole Tuttavia, la lunghezza del giorno su Mercurio (sunrise all’alba) è di 176 giorni terrestri.

      Quindi volta si tratta di una misura proposta dal condizioni del luogo che si sta osservando, dato che stiamo guardando le posizioni delle stelle, secondo il nostro punto di vista nell’Universo, antico popolo misurati fenomeni cosmologici secondo cicli, come le precessioni della equinozi, chiamiamo l’anno Platonico.

      Yuga, Manvantara, e altri cicli indù, Maya, caldei, etc. Che i fenomeni sono relativi Coamological magici i nostri antenati significati associati.

      Anche se, conferisco credito alla saggezza del popolo antico, è tuttavia un parente dei fenomeni e, in definitiva, della mente, delle credenze, è ben noto che ciò che stiamo facendo è la nostra realtà, che modella il nostro destino.

      Grazie Sherazade, apprezziamo il tuo interesse. 🙂

      Our concept of time are purely subjective, be these Earth revolutions around our Sun, or the duration of hours to our day, somewhere else take Mercury where a day is longer than it’s year.
      It takes Mercury about 59 Earth days to spin once on its axis (the rotation period), and about 88 Earth days to complete one orbit about the Sun. However, the length of the day on Mercury (sunrise to sunrise) is 176 Earth days.

      So time it’s a measure given by the conditions of the place you are observing, given that we are looking at the positions of the stars, according to our perspective in the Universe, ancient people measured Cosmological phenomena according to cycles, like the Precession of the equinoxes, we name the Platonic year.

      The Yugas, Manvantaras, and other cycles Hindu, Maya, Chaldean, etc. Are relative Cosmological phenomena that our ancestors associated Magical meanings.

      Although, I give credit to the wisdom of the ancient people, it’s nevertheless a relative phenomena, and ultimately a mind, over belief matter, it’s well known that what we believe it becomes our reality, it shapes our destiny.

      Thank you Sherazade, for your interest, we appreciate it. 🙂

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  11. theburningheart says:

    Thank you, we appreciate it. 🙂

  12. Your inclusion of the Jantar Mantar photo reminded me of how fascinating it was to explore that park and learn about ancient astronomy techniques employed by the Rajasthan royals.

  13. Lwbut says:

    Having little prior knowledge of these studies i will restrain my comment, except to say Epictetus sounds to have it about right! 🙂

    As you believe, so you perceive.

    Wheels within Wheels, cycles of Time… there is one current that flows through them all. 🙂

    God it Within You.

    • theburningheart says:

      Thank you for your comment, an old teacher once told me, put on your pink glasses, sort like Edith Piaf – La Vie En Rose. 🙂

  14. Lwbut says:

    One of the Classics – by one of the Great Artists. 🙂

    Putting on Rose-coloured glasses…. Hmmmm…?

    That’s one way to alter our perceptions – without necessarily altering what we believe?

    My current post ( just this sec put up) carries on with that theme a little – kind of! 🙂

    I hope your day will be fulfilling – with or without desert! 😀

    • theburningheart says:

      Well, my whole point it’s our attitude that determines what kind of color glasses we look at life with, or to see if the the proverbial half glass of water it’s half empty or half full, as Epictetus would explain:

      Of existing things some are in our power,
      others not in our power.
      In our power are conception, effort, desire, aversion
      and in a word whatever are our actions;
      but not in our power are the body, property, reputation,
      rulers and in a word whatever are not our actions.

      ‘Also things in our power are by nature
      free, unhindered, unimpeded,
      but things not in our power are
      weak, slavish, hindered, belonging to others.

      So remember, that if
      what is by nature slavish you think free
      and what is others’ your own,
      you will be hindered, you will mourn, you will be disturbed,
      and you will blame both gods and humans,
      but if you think only yours is yours,
      and another’s, just as it is, another’s,
      no one will ever compel you, no one will hinder you,
      you will not blame anyone, nor accuse someone,
      not one thing will you do unwilling,
      no one will harm you, you will have no enemy,
      for you will suffer no harm from anyone.’

      We have no control on the things outside of us like events, today I get dessert, or not, I mean if you are in extreme circumstances like trapped in the ice in the South pole, or the siege of Paris during the Commune, or just it’s late and everything it’s closed for the day, the important thing it’s not to have dessert, but your attitude towards it, if you are miserable, and suffer because of it, you may be hungry, but you have nothing left but your attitude, the dessert it’s just incidental, and not important. you can always say:

      C’est la vie!

      And shrug it off.

      Thank you, and blessings! 🙂

      • Lwbut says:

        I see what you mean…. as much as my current glasses will let me! 😉
        Thank you for your time clarifying it for me. 🙂 It is much appreciated, as always.

  15. Living honestly and wisely is so much more difficult than being a cheater, liar, advantage taker and thief. I would describe the current age as an age of greed and dumbness. I am very sure at some point it ends, but we don’t have to be in it, do we?

    • theburningheart says:

      Sorry for my lateness in answering you out on a trip since Thursday, then returning in a hurry yesterday for a funeral, a close friend of 46 years.

      Exhausted!

      Well, in all honesty, doubt very much there was an idyllic time resembling paradise, myself convinced it’s all a matter of individual conscience, if you are a saint, everything looks Holy, to the sinner’s eyes, everything it’s sinful.

      Thank you Inese, for your comment. 🙂

  16. Skilbey says:

    The breadth and depth of knowledge discussed here is breathtaking. It is like walking into (not just any) art gallery, museum and as close as we can get to the Akashic records without accessing the spiritual realm. (I was told by a medium some time ago that I access these records easily when I sleep. Maybe that’s why I feel a resonance to this? Maybe that is the case with others feeling something similar?)
    Thankyou for touching me gently on the shoulder with your site. I say this because there is a lot here I am in awe of; I know that there is so, so much I do not know, but feel a little more inteligent for understanding that ! 🙂

    • theburningheart says:

      Yes, there’s Wisdom within, but also without, looking at both places it’s important in my opinion, if just to keep a balance, between objective, and subjective.

      If you enjoyed this post, you may also like my post of January 2015, AXIAL PRECESSION, or the one of March 2011, AQUILA, OPHIUCHUS, all through my posts you find themes connected to a Spiritual view of life.

      Thank you for enjoying my site, Skilbey, we appreciate your comments, and welcome you, to visit us, and letting us know. 🙂

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