The story of Xmas is a myth played out in time - linked with ancient aliens whose identity still remains masked - as elusive as the pantheons of gods in ancient civilizations. The myths changed aligning in time to helped humans evolve and believe in something greater until the end, when they see the light. In this timeline, according to St. Malachy - after the current Pope - number 111 passes - the final pope is designated - marking the end of the story at 112. (0 in the Fibonacci Sequence - 0,1,1,2 and 12 around 1 in our programmed consciousness).
The story of Jesus takes us to a sacred bloodline, believed linked to blue-white entities from another realm who seeded this reality for all time. The blue-white seed (like a microchip) buried in a canister beneath the tree - is about to be found by those who planted it, now playing in this story.
In 2012 souls will receive answers in a final revelation that goes to a new creation - such as the story of Jesus, replete with myth, math and metaphor to set man on an eternal quest for their identity and truth.
Many people sense this is the final Christmas we will collectively experience - 2012 the end of the cycles of time.
Whatever you are programmed to do, if life gets you down, remember the nature of reality and you'll get through it. People seek completion - to feel whole - yet they don't understand how to define it. For many, it won't be understood until the hologram ends. We are programmed to keep going no matter what ... to find a better way. It's called "Hope".
- People talk a lot as if the most important thing in life is to always see things for what they really are. But everything we do, every plan we make, is kind of a lie. We're closing our eyes, pretending that the day won't ever come when we won't need to make any more plans. Hope is the biggest lie there is, and it is the best. We have to keep going as if it all mattered, or else we wouldn't keep going at all. - Taken TV Miniseries Steven Spielberg December 2002.
Most of all ... have yourself a merry little xmas in the now.
Happy Holidays ... and on into 2012.