|By PR Newswire||
|November 27, 2012 05:37 AM EST||
BRIGANTINE, N.J., Nov. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Interpreting the Mayan calendar end (12/21/2012) as the earmark to a sudden shift in human consciousness falls short when believing it will be spawned from energies created by Earth's position in the cosmos. "The shift will likely be birthed by the world-changing event depicted upon the opening of Revelation's sixth seal (6: 12-17). People, the world over, will be terrified by an extraordinary natural event and united in their cause to make sense of it," says author Matthew A. Petti, lifetime student, visionary and "change agent."
"...there was a great earthquake...and the stars of the sky fell to the earth as the fig tree sheds its winter fruit when shaken by a gale; the sky vanished like a scroll that is rolled up, and every mountain and island was removed from its place." (Rev. 6: 12-14) Is this a depiction of a meteorite barrage coupled with both a shift in the magnetic field and earth crust displacement? Could it be that the Mayan calendar end coincides with the described harbinger of Revelation's sixth seal?
"Our world will not change by our position in the galaxy. Actions change when beliefs change; collective actions and beliefs change the world," says Petti in his newest book (November 1, 2012), Alpha to Omega – Journey to the End of Time.
He continues, "The events of Revelation's sixth seal ignites a collective change in human will and purpose, which will eventually catapult us to new heights of awareness – matching the idea instilled by many analyses of the Mayan calendar end. We cannot expect a sweeping magical change in our collective habits and priorities without the impetus of a monumental world-changing event."
When will the event take place? "Nobody knows for sure and the date can easily be skewed by differences between our records of time and the ancient Mayan calendar, but it is inevitable," adds Petti.
Alpha to Omega – Journey to the End of Time is a unique and scientific approach to the book of Revelation. Petti's treatise clearly demonstrates the unbreakable conduit between past and future as the cause and effect of our beliefs and the choices influenced by them. He redefines the human journey by applying two basic principles, which shed new light on both the unsolved mysteries of our ancient past and the clues to the book of Revelation's secrets. He states, "We cannot clearly decipher the book of Revelation's meaning without redefining a past to which the future is inseparably bound. The book of Revelation unveils the clues to both."
He explains Alpha to Omega as a cycle that begins and ends with human possession of Absolute Knowledge and Power. The Metaphysics of Truth, which is a term coined by Petti, continually shapes events and circumstances to expose our mistaken beliefs (often referred to as the "wrath of God"), which eventually leads us to enlightenment. The book of Revelation typifies this notion, especially at Revelation's sixth seal and onward. Petti goes further and intriguingly unveils the conflicts – otherwise unseen – that are destined to follow our upward thrust in awareness during the final leg of the human voyage.
"Alpha to Omega – Journey to the End of Time" is the first production of Two Sense Publications, a full-service publishing company founded by Petti in 2011 as an alternative to vanity imprint models. Petti offers "Alpha to Omega – Journey to the End of Time" as an example of quality editing, design and presentation.
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