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ANCIENT HISTORY / ASTRONOMY
“Galactic Alignment brings us full circle, into the re-membering and re-cognition of the wisdom of our own ancient origins--re-connecting us with ‘whole’ consciousness, and initiating us into the ‘mystery of mysteries.’ A profound work of epochal importance for our historic moment.”
--Moira Timms, author of Beyond Prophecies and Predictions
“Not since Hamlet’s Mill drew attention to the connection between mythology and cosmology have I seen a book to equal Galactic Alignment. Building on Jenkins’ original and groundbreaking research on the Maya, Galactic Alignment presents a sweeping look at the world’s esoteric traditions in terms of a central and powerfully compelling new idea: that times of galactic alignment might also be times of transformation.”
--Vincent Bridges, coauthor of A Monument to the End of Time
“At this critical crossroads of our destiny, this book will encourage us to discover how the same cosmic harmony that inspired the Ancients is as relevant today as it was in our planet’s deep past. More than ever we need an inspiring vision that is integrating and universal. This book offers insights into just such a vision.”
--Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet, author of The Gnostic Circle and The New Way
The Galactic Alignment is a rare astronomical event that brings the solstice sun into alignment with the center of the Milky Way galaxy every 12,960 years. Building on the discoveries put forth in his book Maya Cosmogenesis 2012, Jenkins demonstrates that the end-date of 2012 does not signal the end of time but rather the beginning of an ascension stage in the development of human consciousness. He recovers a striking common thread that connects the ancient cosmological insights of the Maya not only to Egyptian thought and Vedic philosophy but also to the diversity of humankind’s metaphysical traditions, ranging from Celtic sacred topography and Medieval alchemy to the Kabbalah and Islamic astrology. His work presents us with a groundbreaking synthesis of lost wisdom once common to ancient cosmologies that will help us understand the significance of this transformative cosmic milestone.
JOHN MAJOR JENKINS is a leading independent researcher of ancient Mesoamerican cosmology and has worked with the highland Tzutujil and Quiché Maya. He has presented his work at the Esalen Institute, Naropa University, the Institute of Maya Studies, and the Maya Calendar Congress, as well as on the Discovery Channel’s Places of Mystery and National Public Radio’s Spirit and Mind. He currently resides in Denver, Colorado.
the book presents very novel, out-of-the-box but profound concepts and makes for an interesting reading experience. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Shreen Shreenivas
Very enlightening! Sent me to the e-library. I think this book is very timely . . . considering growing proof all things in the universes are connected and most are... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Floyd Barlow
I recently discovered this book and I wish I'd found it sooner. It has so much information of interest to me concerning ancient galactic astronomy (a topic very near and dear to... Read morePublished on April 22, 2013 by galaxy 888
I just get a nice retort about this book, and it's that is very engross I read it for hours. Thanks.Published on January 26, 2013 by D.
To start out with this book I noticed that I benefit more of it when first reading Jenkins' Maya Cosmogenesis 2012. So I read first this older book. Read morePublished on September 22, 2012 by Monika Müller
I thought this book was tedious and that the author could have organized his thoughts better. He begins to tell you something, stops and says he'll tell you more about that in some... Read morePublished on September 16, 2009 by Wydonncha Seeif
This is compelling and important to understanding 2012 theory and man's wakening. Perhaps difficult to understand for the 2012 noive - but full of key research and information. Read morePublished on June 30, 2009 by Randall R. Wheeler
Another step along a journey that is leading towards something quite profound. This is a book for people already familiar with the subject matter. Read morePublished on February 9, 2009 by Aaron Hoopes