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According to the ancient Olmec/Mayan calendar, the winter solstice of 2012 marks the end of one age and the beginning of a new age.

The ancient Olmecs developed a highly sophisticated and accurate calendar system, which was not linear, but cyclical (based on cycles).

Only in modern times have we developed time reckoning as sophisticated.

I personally take very seriously the knowledge of time of the Olmecs because it shows that is was derived from non-conventional mean involving the subconscious mind. I will discuss the incredible powers of the subconscious mind a little later.

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“$OCCOULIA:”

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The ancient Olmecs say that at the time of the winter solstice 2012, the 4th age of man will end and the 5th age will begin. Based on this, I refer to the current age as Matrix 4.0, and the age that will be coming in 2012 as Matrix 5.0.

Since many are familiar with the movie “The Matrix”, I will use it to highlight certain points. This movie contained a great deal of truth and insight despite the few errors it contained.

Because of working intensively with computers, programming languages and code, I begin to notice certain analogies to life. It then hit me that the universe/reality is actually a vast computer and operating system. I notice that not only was I able to apply the concepts of computer science to man, God and the universe, this application opened my mind up to new possibilities I would of have never discovered otherwise.

These insights then caused me to go back and reflect on certain experience I had, and things I had learned in the past. Applying computer science to man, God, religion, history and the universe, I tapped into my subconscious (God self) and it revealed to me how to put together a programming language that can actually allow a person to program reality. “$OCCOULIA:” is the name of this programming language, and the more I worked on it, the more it revealed that this was not coming from my “conscious mind” but rather from my “subconscious mind”. The subconscious mind is the “God within,” but I will go deeper into this late. For now, I would like to share the analogies of the computer, man, God and the universe that became evident to me.

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Footnotes:

1http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer

2http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machine

3 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operating_system

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