Making predictions based on the Mayan calendar always holds some uncertainty since after all the evolution of the world in this perspective is not deterministic, but based on the potentialities of different states of consciousness. Nonetheless, this calendar system does exhibit a large number of patterns when it comes to how the course of history has played out and sometimes those have proved to be useful for making predictions. For instance, the geopolitics that at the current time dominates the attention of the world is a potential invasion of Ukraine by Russia, with the purpose of either annexing it or making it into a vassal state. In addition to seeking to expand Russia to include a large territory that it has more or less controlled in the past, it may aim for such a subordination also because a relatively democratic Ukraine presents a threat to the authoritarian rule of Russia. Presumably to uphold this Russia has in recent years significantly modernized its military.
Moreover, in addition to the pandemic by which it has been especially hit, the current weakness of the United States based on its recent pulling out of Cenrtral Asia, as well as domestic division and tiredness of wars, makes this a good time for Russia to act based on its ambition to claim a role as a superpower in the world. Adding to this risk for war, there does not seem to be much room for negotiations at this point. The current government of Ukraine and the majority of its population want it to be a sovereign nation with the full right to sign treaties with other nations, whereas Russia considers it as a part of its security zone. While an invasion now seems likely, the same result of a subordination could however also be accomplished by a long-term isolation of Ukraine by military means. At least for now time is on the side of Putin. The purpose of this article is however not to report on such details that the press is already discussing. It is instead to discuss the deeper reasons existing in the underlying quantum field that may lead Russia to de facto incorporate Ukraine whether through an invasion or not.
In fact, the historical pattern of the Sixth Wave (so-called Long Count) of the Mayan calendar system clearly tells us that the energies this wave produces make a Russian incorporation of Ukraine in some form highly likely. To demonstrate this, Fig 1 shows maps of some of the historical movements in relation to the planetary midline at the beginning of the past 7 baktuns (a baktun is a Mayan time period of 394.7 years. The planetary midline that goes through Malmö, Berlin and Rome down to Cape Town is the 12th longitude East, which separates the Eastern and Western Hemipheres of our planet and is established on the level of the inner core of the Earth). Recently, in 2011, the fourteenth baktun in the Long Count began, but no map has as yet been added for this. The pictures show major military movements during the katun (19.7-year period) following a baktun shift in the Long Count.
The study shows a clear pattern where in the beginning of baktuns that are days (shown in the left column of Fig 1) expansions have taken place from the planetary midline, whereas in time periods that are nights (right column of Fig 1) Europe is attacked from the East. The pattern includes some of the most important movements in European and world history such as the rise and fall of the Roman empire, the rise and fall of the British empire, as well as the beginning of the dark ages and the Mongol Storm. which created the largest empire in human history.
It should be noted that this pattern of military movements from and towards the midline only becomes apparent in light of the shift points in time between the different baktuns in the Long Count. Other calendars than the Mayan Sixth Wave would thus not reveal a pattern of alternating energies generating movements in different directions of this kind. It does provide an explanation to the fact that not only the Maya, but other ancient peoples as well recognized different powers in the four geographical directions and that these do play a role for the course of human history. The line through the twelfth longitude East thus serves as a kind of wave generator for the evolutionary process of the Sixth Wave which ultimately has produced the different mentalities of the East and the West. That Europe has had a disproportionately important role in world history is explained by this energy line in its midst.
The very fact that this pattern of alternating movements exists also shows that history indeed is driven by an underlying wave movement (called the Plumed Serpent by the ancient peoples of Mexico and cosmic serpents or dragons in many other ancient cultures). The results of this wave movement on the emergence of major empires in the Mediterranean/European context is shown in Fig 2, which highlights the dominating empires in periods that are days (peaks in the wave). While much of world history can be explained by this wave movement events outside of the European context will be left out here because it is not relevant to the current discussion of Russia and Ukraine. Yet, it should be pointed out that not only does this wave explain the rise of civilization at its very beginning, but also the commonly noticed phenomenon that the pendulum swings in history and produces cylical phenomena on a large scale. Those that want a deeper understanding of the evolution of consciousness (the waves), and how the various structures of the mind are downloaded from the hemispheres of the Earth to the brains of humans and how this in turn shapes human political and military behavior (and much else) may be referred to my books and courses, which also discuss where these waves come from. In short however, the waves provide human beings with states of consciousness (structures of the mind) and as these states are altered the human perception of the world will undergo change. As the human perception changes, the kind of world humans create will also change and this is why a wave movement of consciousness underlies the rise and fall of civilizations. The human brain then is looked upon more as a receiver of cosmic waves than as an isolated generator of thoughts and actions.
Fig 3 (which is a detail of Fig 2) adds another perspective on the current conflict, which is that the 7th day (thirteenth baktun) which fostered Western power and dominance in the world now (since 2011) is over. Hence, as we have now entered the fourteenth baktun, the power of the West has been in constant decline. In case of the United States its military reach into Asia, to Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and more broadly to Central Asia, has, regardless of who has been president, been in decline and there is little to indicate that this trend will be turned around. In a sense, the current Ukraine-Russia conflict is thus also a reflection of the altered US-Russia relationship resulting from the shift from the seventh day (ending in 2011) to the seventh night. Putin now senses that Western power is now on its way down and that this may be the time to assert itself and settle a score. What score? Personally, I think Russia does have a reason to be bitter at the West, because it failed to come to its aid as the Soviet Union collapsed in the early 1990’s, when death rates increased, birth rates collapsed and poverty and crime went rampant in a very disorganized economy. Putin has become seen as the person who created stability and ended the extreme hardships of critical situation in the 1990’s and why he often repeats that the West cannot be trusted. The US actually failed to do so at the time and this is something that is now coming back almost like a karmic reaction as its power is weakened in the seventh night.
If we go back further in time to Hitler’s so-called Operation Barbarossa, which was the name for the military campaign aimed to destroy the Soviet Union, we may also understand why Russia is especially sensitive to losing its ties to Ukraine. One of the primary objectives of this operation was to turn Ukraine into a bread basket for a growing German population and at the same time cut off its food production from Russia with the intended result of causing death by starvation to tens of millions of its inhabitants. In a country which never forgets that it played the decisive role for the defeat of Nazi-Germany such things still carry emotional weight and add to the suspicion of the West.
Returning then to the particular topic of this article: As mentioned, what has not been included in Fig 1 is a map of the time period 2011-2031 CE that we are currently in, which should be map 1h. This is because the beginning of the 14th baktun that we are currently in has not yet manifested in a military movement of a major strength to qualify. Yet, it should be clear that in this way of presenting the beginning of the most significant shifts in the Mayan calendar over the past three thousand years, a Russian invasion of Ukraine in the beginning of the 14th baktun would fit perfectly into the pattern and mean such a significant change to fill the gap in Fig 1h. Such an invasion (or incorporation of Ukraine otherwise) would follow upon the storms of Huns (Fig 1 d) and Mongols (Fig 1 f) emanating from the East towards the planetary midline that took place at the beginning of the previous nights. To add to these parallels, it should be noticed that it was the Mongol storm (in Fig 1 f) that set an end to the Kievan Rus, the original slavic civilization in Ukraine and incorporated it into the empire it created. This collapse of the Kievan Rus makes the parallel to a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine even more direct. To further highlight the parallel of the Mongol storm from East Asia at the beginning of night 6 to the current situation you may consider the recent strengthening of the friendship between Russia and China, with the potential of creating a Eurasian block.
The Kievan Rus civilization was founded by Vikings that moved into the Russian river system in the 9th century (see Fig 1 e), but grew into what is considered as the original East slavic civilization. It is however generally thought that the subsequent conquest by the Mongols (Fig 1f) for several centuries blocked the development of Slavic nations based in either Kiev or Moscow. In a sense current day Russia and Ukriane thus share a common trauma, but also an origin in the Kievan Rus, which adds strong emotional fuel to the situation. In accordance with the wave movement shown in Figs 1 and 2 (this is actually the same wave movement looked upon through different angles) it would thus seem highly likely that Russia at the current time would seek to incorporate Ukraine. In this conflict, my personal sympathies go essentially to Ukraine (which I have visited) because even if its democracy is far from perfect it at least in contrast to Putin and the Russian oligarchs has such ambitions. I am however not very optimistic about the possibilities of Ukraine to be able to effectively resist being reincorporated by Russia, as it for centuries has been part of the Russian Empire, whether this has been Tzarist or Soviet.
Given the power of the wave that has created the pattern in in Fig 1, it does not seem very likely that the sanctions that may be set in by the West would have much of an effect on Russian politics, even if they could turn out to be painful for its oligarchs and people. To this should be added that also in the West (because of the shift to a night in the Sixth Wave), support for democracy has dramatically eroded in the past few years resulting in a decreased ability to support Ukraine. The importance of the conflict, and the authoritarianism versus democracy aspect, to the rest of the world is evidenced by the fact that several key members of the Trump administration were actively playing a role in it. President Trump never criticized Putin and even directly expressed his admiration for him and certainly threatened to withhold US funds to Ukraine unless it investigated Joe Biden’s son. Several key persons in the previous administration such as Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn and Rudy Giuliani have also played roles in the conflict usually to the detriment of Ukraine and hence of democracy. It thus seems that the current threats from Russia against Ukraine is part of a global assault on democracy and its repercussions may also have a direct bearing on the future of democracy in the United States and elsewhere.
An expansion of Russia towards the West through the capture of Ukraine would almost certainly amount to a significant shift in military power favoring Russia at the expense of the West. Its weight would increase not only in Eastern Europe, but also further West, where it has already started to throw its weight around so that West European countries may in the time ahead see themselves forced to rearm. Based on this there seem to be reasons to expect a geopolitical restructuring of the Eurasian continent favoring the powers of the East, Russia and China in a sense creating a new kind of Silk Road. What we are talking about is thus not only a small change in the geopolitics, but something whose consequences may fundamentally come to alter the world.
The reason all of this may come to happen would thus be the power of a wave movement described by the Mayan calendar system and a significant baktun shift in this in 2011 that most people today are oblivious to. For those that expected some kind of immediate change on December 21, 2012 the take home lesson is that the Mayan calendar describes longer term processes, in this case a wave with a periodicity of about 800 years, which modern people usually do not take into consideration. Since the Mayan calendar is based on the invisible quantum field (in contrast to other calendars or astrology) it is not cyclical in the sense of identically repeating events, but wave-like, so that similar kinds of movements or events recur with a clear periodicity and this is what Fig 1 shows. This in turn means that even if many people may unconsciously sense the changes in energy and power that go on in the world, to get a complete picture it is necessary to analyze history in light of such energy transformations where the relatsionships between East and West play a very significant role.
Regardless, it is because of this underlying wave pattern that time is on the side of Putin whether there will be an actual invasion or not. The risks for the rest of the world are that a subordination of Ukraine could come to mean a boost to dictators, political strongmen and authoritarian forces everywhere, not only in Europe, but maybe even more so in the United States. Whether such a situation of dominance will last for long will depend on to what extent people everywhere, including in Russia and Ukraine will be able to make the quantum leaps to the higher Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Waves and come to see reality through such higher filters. As I pointed out earlier, these waves are quantized and their effects are hence not deterministic, but potentialities. The higher waves still have a potential for creating democracy and prosperity the many and even spiritual renewal, but it would take a conscious intention and effort to manifest such phenomena in the world.