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In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand

Man will know that all living things are bearers of light

And that they are creatures to be respected

He will have built the new cities

In the sky, on the earth and on the sea.


He will have the memory of what was

And he will know what will be

He will no longer be afraid of his own death

For in his life he will have lived several lives

And the light, he will understand, will never go out.


This prophecy tells us the same thing that all of the world’s religions have been telling us for thousands of years:  every living thing carries within itself part of the universal light, which has been given different names at different times, one of them being “God”.  We now know that our DNA contains the memory of all life on this planet, as well as the knowledge of our future on Earth.  In a similar way, we hold within us the spiritual memory of our origins, and the spiritual knowledge of our future.

In this Golden Age, science and spirituality will come together in a common understanding of both our past and of our future.  Then, we will no longer be afraid of our own death because we will have understood that the light… will never go out.

To conclude this foray into the Prophecies of John of Jerusalem,  I would like to give my answer to the question “Why do some prophets predict the End of the World, and others, like John of Jerusalem, predict a new Golden Age?”.

The End of the World prophets and the Golden Age prophets are both right.  The first see the future we will have if we continue on the road on which we have been travelling.  The second see the future we will have if we take a different path.  The future that a prophet sees is probably a reflection of his own personal pessimism or optimism about which path Man will choose to travel.

Life is all about choices.  When we are children, choices concerning our lives are often made by someone else.  As adults, we make our own.

Our choices are reflections of whom we see ourselves to be.  No choice is necessarily bad in itself, although we may perceive it as such later on.

We are each born with a goal in life, with one or more particular lessons to learn.  The “right” path for each of us is the one which takes us to our goal and teaches us the lessons which we need to learn.  Our “right” path will not be the “right” path for somebody else.  Therefore, as individuals, it is not our role to judge other people’s life choices.

However, while, as individuals, we have our own goals and lessons to be learnt, we are also a tiny part of the human species, which also has a goal and lessons to be learnt.  To reach that goal, while learning the lessons, we need to work together, each of us contributing our particular talents and knowledge.

Humans often travel through time at different speeds.  Some of us are able to pop into the future, or zoom back into the past.  We are never able to stay there for very long, but visits can be frequent.  Both the past and the future can teach us how to attain both our individual goals and our collective goal(s).  We need all the help we can get.

So, which future do we want?  Do we want the End of the World, or do we want the Golden Age?  Are we willing to give up and let chaos reign until the Earth is too sick to be saved, or do we want to do something constructive, both as individuals and as a species, to help the Earth to heal?

It is up to us to decide.  Life is all about choices.




In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand

Man will have conquered the sky

He will create stars in the great dark blue sea

And he will navigate on this shining ship

New Ulysses, companion of the sun,  for the celestial Odyssey.


But he will also be the ruler of the water

He will have built great nautical cities

Which will be fed by sea crops

He will live like this in every part of the great domain

And nothing will be forbidden him.


Here, John speaks of space travel and of the creation of spaceships navigating the sea of space.

The Odyssey is an epic poem by Homer which describes the adventures of Ulysses on his journey home from Troy.  It is a coded story incorporating vital navigational information for the merchant seamen of the day.

Sea routes were precious and were kept secret because they were the source of riches for those knowing how to get safely from one place to another, while carrying valuable merchandise.  The Odyssey contains this knowledge, handed down in an entertaining narrative form, and hidden in plain sight.

After space, John speaks of Man taking over the seas and building great nautical cities.  This looks as if it may become a necessity, with the ice caps melting and sea levels rising.

We have already started to experiment with sea crops.  Apparently, this will develop into something much bigger.

We will be taking over the seas, living on/in them, feeding ourselves with food grown in/on them, and we will be perfectly at home everywhere on/in water.

Thirty-third prophecy tomorrow.



When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins

Illnesses from the water from the sky and from the earth

Will attack man and endanger him

He will want to revive that which he has destroyed

And protect that which remains

He will be afraid of the days to come.


But it will be very late

The desert will swallow up the land

And water will be deeper and deeper

It will flow some days

Taking everything like a flood

And the next day there won’t be enough for the land

And the air will eat away the bodies of the weakest.


John is speaking of pollution in this prophecy.  The Earth is a living cell.  We are poisoning it as well as ourselves.

We now realize what we are doing and want to fix it, but we have left it very late.  Multiple species who shared the planet with us have been wiped out.  Others are disappearing every day in spite of the efforts of some of us to save them.

Most of us are doing nothing to fix the problem and are even continuing to add to it.  The recent Copenhagen summit was a farce, with countries bickering over their individual interests instead of knuckling down to save what is left of our collective home.

We live on a space ship hurtling through space.  This ship is alive and can adapt and re-balance itself when we damage it, but only up to a point.  Our own bodies do the same thing, also only up to a point.  When the disease is too strong, our defence system breaks down.  First we become ill, sometimes we die.  Man has become the Earth’s disease instead of being its caretaker.

We need to find a system that punishes polluters and rewards those who care for the Earth.  The Earth is our home.  We are letting it fall apart.  Once it is destroyed, we shall be homeless.

Travelling to other planets to destroy them too is not a solution.  We should employ the money spent on space exploration to fix our spaceship, before it disintegrates around our ears.

Twenty-second prophecy tomorrow.

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