Role Reversal

Time Fractals

The primary esoteric marker on this planet is the 26,000-year precession of the equinoxes. This is the time it takes the earth to complete one “wobble.”  Our planet spins like a top that is losing momentum: wobbling about on it axis, which is tilted between 22.1 degrees and 24.5 degrees in another 41,000-year cycle. Every 13,000 years, the northern and southern hemispheres reverse their inclination toward the sun. Presently, the northern hemisphere is tilted away from the sun and the southern hemisphere is tilted toward the sun. (See “Milankovich Cycles” at Wikipedia or your favorite encyclopedia.)

At the end of every precession cycle is an esoteric “window” of approximately 36 years. Amazingly, we are at the very end (beginning) of a new precession cycle. The year 2012 was the halfway point between the end of the old 26,000-year cycle and the beginning of the new. Therefore the period of time we are in has enormous esoteric significance. It is why human consciousness has been going crazy, as the light penetrates into the darkness and humanity begins to walk the path of light out of the darkness.

History Repeats Itself

History constantly repeats itself. This dynamic repetition is more significant now because of the new precession cycle we are entering. For example, let’s talk about Russia because it has constantly been in the news for the past three years. Russia, the former USSR, was until 1991 a communist country, and the US a Christian country (at least nominally). In 1991, Boris Yeltsin, the Russian President, signed what amounts to an executive order banning communism from Russia. The Russians gradually restored the churches that were destroyed and abandoned during the 74 years of communism between 1917 and 1991. (See “Yesltsin Upheld on Communist Leadership Ban,” Los Angeles Times, Elizabeth Shogren, December 1, 1992,

Russia’s religion is Russian Orthodox Christian, a branch of the Eastern Orthodox Church.

The United States, formerly a Christian country, is embracing socialism. (See, “4 in 10 Americans Embrace Some Form of Socialism,” Gallup News, by Mohammed Younis, May 21, 2019,

Millennials and Gen-Z’s are embracing socialism (See “Young Americans Are Embracing Socialism,” Stef W. Kight, March 10, 2019,

This is a role reversal for sure.

Whether we embrace socialism or capitalism is irrelevant. The important thing is, do we embrace tolerance and love, or hatred and intolerance?

The US is experiencing an almost repeat of events that happened over 150 years ago, with different themes.

Republican President Abraham Lincoln, back on January 1, 1863, issued what is called the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing the slaves. This was an executive order by the executive branch of the government, because the legislature was controlled by slave-holding Democrats (who, by the way, opposed the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments that freed the slaves and made them citizens. When I found this out I was surprised, because I was radicalized in an era that told us Republicans were fascists and Democrats were liberators). Lincoln’s executive order also usurped the powers of the judicial branch of government. Dred Scott v. Sandford, in 1857, “was a landmark decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in which the Court held that the U.S. Constitution was not meant to include American citizenship for black people, regardless of whether they were enslaved or free, and therefore the rights and privileges it confers upon American citizens could never apply to them.” (Wikipedia). Lincoln, with his emancipation proclamation, negated both the legislature and the judicial branch of our government, and started a war, again by an executive decision.

The Southern Democrats wanted to hold on to their slaves because their economy was dependent on this cheap labor (sound familiar? Today, the US receives cars and electronics from Mexico, and other countries in Asia where labor is cheap). Abolitionists were mostly Northerners and Republicans, and were represented in politics by people like Abraham Lincoln (see “Abolitionist Movement" at

Up to and during the Civil War, the British, our old enemies in the War for Independence in 1776 and the War of 1812 (where the British burned down the White House), supported the South. The North was stifling the economies of the South by blockading ports, trying to prevent the Southern states from importing and exporting their goods. The British supported the South, interdicting Northern ships. France supported the North, mainly because of their opposition to Britain, their longtime enemy.  

Today, history is repeating itself on a less violent level as a titanic struggle between the judicial, the legislative, and the executive is being waged. Another Republican president, Donald Trump, is trying to outlaw abortion and nullify Roe v. Wade (let’s face it, that’s what he’s trying to do). As of this writing, eight states have either outlawed abortion or have severely restricted it. 150 years after the Civil War, another civil war is being fought! Like the old Civil War, it’s essentially a Democrat vs. Republican conflict.

As a man I personally don’t say anything about abortion. In my opinion, women should write the laws concerning abortion and men should stay out of it. Unfortunately, like the Civil War and slavery, the abortion debate is on the fake “good vs evil” or “right vs wrong” spectrum, which is guaranteed to generate conflict. If you want to see how polarizing this debate is, go to this Buzzfeed article, which shows images of people participating in the debate:

Wow. In America, we fight over essential spiritual and basic human rights like slavery and abortion. In 1863, Lincoln issued an executive order freeing the slaves. After the attack on Fort Sumter by the South Carolina militia, Lincoln also used the executive branch’s power to declare war on the south. In 2019, President Trump is using the executive branch’s power to build a wall at the southern border, and to fuel the anti-abortion cause. Behind this (as we have discussed in previous posts) is the identification and dismantling of the drugs, arms, and especially the human trafficking networks.

The Civil war lasted from 1861 to 1865, 5 years. The Trump thing has already been 2.5 years. I have a feeling we have a way to go yet, because people get tired of war and eventually stop fighting. But abortion is a debate about life and when it begins, and about gender, the most basic factor in human relationships. The resolution of this debate can be quick or long; it all depends on whether tolerance or intolerance is the primary factor. So far, intolerance has ruled the day.

A Different Timeline

Fortunately, the human race is on a different timeline now. However, the old time fractals, the old memes, are still in human consciousness! Those who were born in the new energy after 2012 are only 7 years old. Everyone else has remnants of the old energy within their consciousness and their merkabas. Nevertheless, the abortion debate will not be solved by finally legislating, judiciating, or executive ordering an outcome, as Lincoln did. It will be solved by a broad agreement based in love and tolerance, not in hatred and intolerance.

In the new energy it is possible to transform old memes and old belief systems. It is possible to avoid old outcomes that seem inevitable, because the light is now stronger than the dark. Of course it is still possible for us to reach into the old, tired, failed bag of memes, to reach into our old energy boxes and continue fighting “because it’s just human nature.” It’s possible to fight another civil war on Trump and abortion. But I think we are beyond that now. I hope we are.

Individuals can decide not to participate in the fake right vs. wrong, good vs evil debate. On anything. If you find yourself arguing with someone and getting hot, just take a step back. Reasonable discussion is great, airing opinions is great. But when argument devolves into hatred, we just serve the darkness.