2012: From the Mayan Elders Themselves

I just finished watching a fascinating video interview with a guy who has spent much of his last 35 years with indigenous people around the world. [link to video] His name is Drunvalo Melchizedek. His take on 2012 is different from many others: he says no one has yet gotten the story right because the haven’t asked the Mayans themselves. He’s met with the Mayan Elders (as well as Hopi Elders who share nearly identical prophecies).

Here’s what Drunvalo has to say.
1] Although Dec 21, 2012 is the date of the end of the age in the Mayan calendar it does not mean anything spectacular is going to happen on that exact date.
2] The Mayan elders say the calender foretells Earth changes and changes in consciousness AND that they occur within a seven-year period of time around 2012.
3] When does (did) the seven-year period start? The Hopis’ prophecy stated the major changes would start  when a “large blue star” appears.
4] On October 24, 2007 “Comet 17P/Holmes shocked astronomers on Oct. 24, 2007, with a spectacular eruption. In less than 24 hours, the 17th magnitude comet brightened by a factor of nearly a million, becoming a naked-eye object in the evening sky. By mid-November the expanding comet was the largest object in the solar system–bigger even than the Sun.” [from SpaceWeather.com]
5] Hopi and Mayan Elders met and agreed Comet Holmes was the star foretold in their prophecies. The seven year period has begun.
6] What is the biggest change in this seven years? A magnetic pole shift followed shortly by a physical pole shift. A physical pole shift is what destroyed Atlantis 13,000 years ago. Similarly, this would be a “big deal” today. Certainly it would qualify as Yogananda’s “you have no idea what a catastrophe is coming” event.
7] The Hopis are joining with other indigenous peoples in Arizona in April 2009 to perform a sacred welcoming ceremony for our space ancestors.
8] The Mayan Elders are currently writing a book to set the record straight on the Mayan calandar/prophecies.

You can read an account of the Hopi prophecies from a 1963 book by Frank Waters  here.


4 Responses

  1. That’s a like big mystery…yet to be unveiled…but, whatever has to happen shall happen…so be optimistic and lead a joyful life ahead…leaving behind all worries!!

  2. This guy is a huge fraud! He has never even been near a legitimate Mayan or Hopi elder. The legitimate Mayan and Hopi elders have been telling these frauds to stop spreading this bullshit for years!

    If he met with these Mayan and Hopi elders, then why won’t he give precise names and contact information so that anyone could verify his claims.

    Drunvalo is selling a cleaned up version of the Nazi occult for a lot of money. Nothing he has to say has anything to do with any indigenous belief. He profits from gullible Eruo-American fools who don’t have the courage to admit how drawn they are to the occult teachings of the THIRD REICH!

    The true Mayan and Hopi elders want him to SHUT UP and stop exploiting them!


  3. The name Melchizedek is rather interesting.

    See William Bramley’s book, “The Gods of Eden”, for more info,

  4. Just a heads up. Drunvalo does have some interesting things to say, but like a lot of things New Age, much of what he is known for seems to have no basis in reality.
    For example, DM says that there are these ‘indigo’ children, kids born in this generation with Super-Psychic capabilities. He goes on to say that they are all over the place, including in China where thousands of them are presumably well known, doing public demonstrations of things which we would consider to be miracles and so on.
    This, predictably, has become a major tenet of modern New Age thinking. But there is NOTHING anywhere supporting DM nor anyone else’s claim that a generation of super-psychic kids exists ANYWHERE. This is yet another example of what is so pathetic about so much of the New Age – pseudo-spiritual claims ala Terrance McKenna’s TimeWave Zero. (Try to find one link showing a critical review of what came out of that acid trip.) Much ado about Nothing.
    DM probably knows this, and I did send an email his way once asking for clarification, which wasn’t answered.
    DM apparently claims that he came in and took over somebody else’s body, which may be true but might also be wishful thinking. If the latter is the case, then it would seem to follow that he might not want to comment on the Indigo children, because he has nothing tangible to back up his thoughts (or wishes). In this context I would hardly be surprised if he were to try to ride the 2012 wave with a ‘new’ spin.

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