We are living in an age of monumental transformation, known as the shift. This is the hottest of topics, particularly with all the attention being given to the ending of the Mayan calendar on December 21, 2012.
It is also one of the most misunderstood. In this book, Jack Allis cuts through the confusion with a message that is simple, yet profound, echoing the ancient indigenous prophesies from cultures spanning the globe, including the Hopi and the Maya. This is an age when the old world is coming to its inevitable end, so a new world may be born. We can already see this playing out around us, with the collapse of virtually all the structures of our civilized world.
However, this does not have to be doomsday. The solution, again, comes from our indigenous ancestors, who knew how to do the one thing we don't, which is to live sustainably and in harmony with the forces of nature and Mother Earth. A huge topic? A formidable task? Yes indeed, but Jack tackles it with eloquence and inspiration. It's up to us to reconnect with our heritage as spiritual beings. We are fully capable of this, but we must get to work.