WINTER SOLSTICE 2012

December 20, 2012 § Leave a comment

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Friday December 21 is Winter Solstice, the longest night in the northern hemisphere. After this dark night, sunlight increases as the solar year begins again, making Winter Solstice a time for new beginnings.

And the world does not end! The Mayan Long Count calendar completes, but then starts a new astrological cycle based on the number two for cooperation and working collectively. On a global level, a challenge is to balance the polarity between stuffed or starved, the haves-too-much or the haves-not-enough.

Click here
to enjoy this video made by the Mayan Indians.

Happy Winter Solstice!

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