2012 Crossing the Bridge to the Future

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Increased interest in the year 2012, seen as a turning point in planetary consciousness in the Mayan calendar as well as in western astrological traditions, has led to a proliferation of books on the subject. Mark Borax’s 2012: Crossing the Bridge to the Future presents 2012 as neither Armageddon nor nirvana in a vivid plot-and-character-driven personal narrative that takes us on a tour through the New Age landscapes of millennial America, while offering insights into making the most of current planetary changes.

Both students of astrology as well as newcomers looking for practical wisdom on life will find 2012: Crossing the Bridge to the Future empowering because it leaves the solutions to life’s many challenges in the hands of the individual and their creativity.  Frustration, according to the author, is the product of 20th century way of living and thinking that refuses to progress. As Borax poignantly points out, “It’s not clear the price we pay to fit in, because everybody else is doing the same thing. The antidote to this sleepwalking state is found in the depths of your own soul, where a fiery new dream is taking root.”

The story begins in August 1987 on the slopes of Mount Shasta in Northern California as Borax witnesses the Harmonic Convergence, a spiritual astrological event sparking the 25-year countdown to 2012. Signs indicate that a major energy shift is occurring, a turning point in Earth’s collective karma powerful enough to change the global perspective of humankind.

Borax’s mountaintop experiences lead him to astrologer William Lonsdale, and together they launch a mystery school to study how 2012 will release humanity’s core forces and restore universal balance.  En route, Borax and his fellow students discover inspirational truths about life after death, Karma, reincarnation, past lives, evolution, and the purpose of existence on Earth.

About the Author:

Mark Borax studied astrology with Ellias Lonsdale (called William Lonsdale in the book) and was part of the original mystery school that Lonsdale founded in the Santa Cruz Mountains in northernCalifornia in the 1980s. Mark Borax went on to develop Soul Level Astrology, a new form of astrology that looks deeper into the nature of the soul than traditional approaches.

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