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Open Enrollment for All! Seven Mystic Moons to the Launching of Timeship Earth 2013 - The New Galactic Beam - We are the lightning rods of the NEW!


Conscious evolution of homo sapiens to homo noosphericus. See "Manifesto for the Noosphere: The Next Stage in the Evolution of Human Consciousness" by Jose Arguelles


The Law of Time states that on 21 December 2012 the galactic beam of artificial, linear time and material evolution has come to an end. As of 22 December 2012 - Rhythmic Moon 10, Yellow Cosmic Star - we have entered a 216-day transition period before the next galactic beam is activated. The final 196-days of this transition period are known as the Seven Mystic Moons - Seven Perfect Moons to re-enact the Seven Days of Creation, leading to Galactic Synchronization and the advent of the Noosphere!

It is the duty of the Mystic Moon University to prepare the soil and upgrade the hard-drive of Timeship Earth to plant and download the new galactic beam! The more fertile the soil the riper the fruits, the greater the hard-drive capacity the more the new beam can transmit to all!

The Mystic Moon University is ongoing, ever-evolving, all-inclusive and all-embracing. The Mystic Moon University's curriculum is the Law of Time: The new fourth/fifth-dimensional science and way of being that lays the foundations of the New Beam.

The 13 Moon Calendar is the gateway that enters you into the Planetary Mythic Theatre of Multidimensionality!

Open enrollment begins NOW! We hope to see you soon in a Now near you.

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