The Waitata Prophecythoughts & comment — 16 Aug 2009
YESTERDAY, 15 August 2009, was the day that the Waitaha people of New Zealand prophecized would be a pivotal moment in human history. I first heard about it in Drunvalo Melchizedeks' latest book Serpent of Light: Beyond 2012. He describes it this way in the book:
"I will tell you what I can, but according to a tribal elder the Waitaha prophecy predicts a pivotal moment in history on August 15, 2009. This event may or may not be known publicly, but it will be the beginning of a new human dream, a dream almost identical to the Mayan belief that the heavens will open and our brothers and sisters of the universe will reveal themselves."
If one is completely externally focused, one is likely to regard this prophecy as BS as nothing seems to have happened on the external stage. Then again, if one is also a conspiracist (the two tend to go together), then one might well think that there is a conspiracy of silence from the governments and the media, and that some monumental event (like ET contact) did happen but is not be reported to the people.
Personally, I feel that these types of prophecy are so subtle that nothing has to happen externally in the real world (the world which seems "real" and "objective" to most humans). Their value value could be the expectancy that those who believe in them, for by focusing the mind on a point in time that allows for a collective manifestation of the future.