Harmonic Convergence: Planets Aligning In Real-Life Started Today In 1987

By | August 15, 2020

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Everyone sit down, close your eyes, and say "Ommmmmmmmm." In 1987, the call for the world's first synchronized global peace meditation went out, bringing people from every culture together to focus their energy as the planets aligned to facilitate a new era of peace and love. If that sounds a little woo-woo to you, then maybe it'll help to learn that the belief in aligning human frequencies with the solar system is ancient.

Harmonic Convergence And You

On August 16 and 17, 1987, the planets in our solar system aligned in a way that hadn't occurred for quite some time. Author Tony Shearer predicted that a massive universal convergence would occur in the late '80s by interpreting Aztec cosmology and finding that a date in 1987 matched up with the end of the Aztecs' 22 cycles, each one running 52 years. He wrote that the 22 cycles were split into sections of 13, one "heaven" and one "hell" cycle. Shearer calculated that the end of the final hell cycle would arrive on August 16, 1987.

An acquaintance of Shearer's, new age author José Argüelles, introduced the concept to the world at large, believing that if enough people met at "power centers" like Mount Shasta or Mount Fuji and focused on their connection to the universe, humans could usher in a new era. He dubbed the event the Harmonic Convergence, explaining to the LA Times that if even 144,000 people meditated for a better tomorrow, people who were totally removed from the event would feel its effects:

This is a trigger event. We have a five-year clean-up time ahead of us. In nitty-gritty terms, we are talking about dismantling governments, the military, polluting industries. It'll take a few days, but by August 20, everyone—not just the gung-ho harmonic convergers—will have begun to have experiences that are ever more probing and piercing. They won't know what's going on, but it will be going on.

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Ancient Writings Of Harmonic Convergence

Argüelles claimed that the vision of hundreds of thousands of people focusing their energy for the good of the universe came to him in 1983 while he was returning a rental car, but both the Mayans and the Aztecs believed in galactic synchronization. The Aztec god Quetzalcoatl prophesied the events, as did the Mayans, the Hopis, Lakota Sioux, Mohawks, and indigenous peoples across North America.

On the other side of the globe, Buddhists were writing about similar connections between planetary alignment and spirituality. They believe that planets and constellations have their own relationships with humanity, so it makes sense that if something big is happening—like, say, a Harmonic Convergence—it would be important to people of every culture.