Ray Lucero


The Ancient Mayans Knew - Poem by Ray Lucero

Mayans knew Earth’s rotation one day would still
When time n’ space would find a proper end
When incarnate evil ate its greedy fill
And the will of man would finally bend

The message Mayans left is carved in stone
That those that followed could plainly see
God shall depose “The Beast” from his throne
Once more, restoring peace n’ harmony

A Host of Angels shall come forth n’ be deployed
To every dark corner of this troubled Earth
Evil empires' that ruled so long shall be destroyed
Earth’s pregnant belly makes ready for another birth

A birth of greater consciousness rejoiced by one n’ all
Countless souls shall then begin to fill,
Heavens’ Great n’ Wondrous Kingdom-Hall
Returned those lost, to the loving respite of God's Will

ROTMS


“The Mayan calendar is a record of the workings of a universal plan for our world. A plan! Not just war and mayhem, slavery and misuse, chaos and craziness, but a PLAN of growth until we come to recognize our oneness with each other and our Creator. Even if we can’t remember choosing to be born now, we did choose it and we are, therefore, equipped to handle whatever comes our way. We CAN make this transition.”
Calleman

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Comments about The Ancient Mayans Knew by Ray Lucero

  • (10/12/2007 5:48:00 PM)

    Wow
    It's amazing that there are like minds out there.
    Started reading about this a few years back, and my interest is getting stronger as the time gets closer.
    John
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  • (2/21/2006 12:26:00 PM)

    Fantastic piece here. Well written full of history and truth. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 20, 2011


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