The eschatological expectations centering around 2012 are now (I write this in early January, 2013) already a dim memory, and even Jon Stewart will soon give up making any jokes about it. Meanwhile, prophecies continue to be fulfilled, hiding in plain sight. . .
This book brings together Persian, Christian, and Hindu prophecy with the Mayan calendar’s Long Count intuition of a critical moment in human history, to suggest a radically different interpretation of the meaning of “2012.” Our argument is that the advent of the etheric Christ in our time is inextricably bound to the biography of Christ’s perennial adversary, Ahriman, and to his human vehicle, known through history as the “Antichrist.”