Most people usually associate the word Apocalypse with some type of destruction, the collapse of society or other negative, fear based based connotations.

Religious doctrine seems to have it’s own definition of the Apocalypse as an event where good over comes evil, the End Times , the End of the World , where God wipes out humanity.

Our definitions of things impact greatly our experiences of them. Its our definitions , our beliefs that create the reality we experience.

If we are moving through a more highly charged section of space , along with the solar system, the galaxy , the universe, then knowing this can help us to steer , to navigate the Apocalypse, we can put ourselves in the drivers seat of this personal and collective experience.

So with that said,  lets start with the definition of Apocalypse, I say we stick with the Greek definition of Apocalypse , which is the Un Veiling , the uncovering , the revelation.
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Apok√°lypsis; “Lifting Of The Veil” or “Revelation”

It’s time to look behind the veil of illusion and start to see things as they are.

The Apocalypse is “Not” about the “End of the World” its about the end of the constructs that enslave us .
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