End of the World or Start of Storm Promo? Team Hosts ‘Mayan Elder’

Lake Elsinore Storm says Alejandro Cirilo Perez Oxlaj will address Doomsday talk on Dec. 17.

Saying “we aren’t taking any chances with this 2012 end-of-the-world stuff,” the Lake Elsinore Storm said Tuesday it has invited self-styled Mayanism expert Alejandro Cirilo Perez Oxlaj to speak on the Mayan calendar linked to Doomsday predictions in popular culture.

Storm President Dave Oster said the team will host the “Mayan grand elder,” also known as Wandering Wolf, at 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 17, at the stadium’s Diamond Club restaurant.

The Storm, the single-A farm team of the San Diego Pades, said it would create a program in his honor.

“We invited the leader of the Maya to our ballpark to help explain the full story,” Oster said in a press release.

“We wanted to find out what 2012 is all about and discovered Wandering Wolf is the expert on the topic. He offered us a different story than what is being portrayed in the media and we found him a very inspirational guy with a cool story.”

The ballclub is capitalizing on interest in Doomsday predictions depicted in the movie 2012 but debunked by experts and scientists.

According to a website devoted to a documentary film featuring Oxlaj:

Grandfather Cirilo speaks of vast and accelerating cycles contained within the Mayan Calendar. “The Calendar’s knowledge was bequeathed to the Maya by the Abuelos, the Grandfathers who came from the stars." In other words, according to the Maya our ancestors have celestial origins, and their timely message has cosmic implications. This is why he refers to his message as the Maya Cosmo-Vision.

The Maya approached “prophecy” by deeply studying the nature of fundamental cycles, as well as astronomical cycles, and their synchronicity to human events. They were aware of the role human consciousness plays in connecting to, and obtaining information from nature. They speak of a year “zero” approaching soon, thought by some scholars to be in the 2011-2012 timeframe. This “zero” time period, is the transition between epochs of creation, what the Maya refer to as the change of  Suns.

Wandering Wolf is responsible for guiding humanity through a prophesied evolutionary transition called the transition to a new sun, or the “Shift of the Ages.” In his speaking engagements and travels he relays not only potent messages filled with hope and promise, but also grave warnings about the changes we must make.

He tells us we are living in the time when the ancestors as well as men and women of wisdom return to usher in a new era of global harmony and a new phase of human evolution. Wandering Wolf warns us that we have arrived at a critical crossroads. The message is simple and clear—we must change the way we live NOW

In honor of Oxlaj, the team will also create a program called Play It Forward to promote “positive social change.”

The leader will visit Lake Elsinore from Guatemala. He also created the documentary, Shift of the Ages [see attached trailer].

For more information, call 951-245-4487.

Thunder December 05, 2012 at 03:45 PM
if you believe the end is near, feel free to leave your valuables at my house.
LBV Collins December 05, 2012 at 04:03 PM
I sure wish those preachers who continually predict (or "calculate") the date and time of The End would listen to what you're saying, Debbie. It would probably save their followers a lot of anxiety... and embarrassment.
One Voice December 05, 2012 at 06:03 PM
Would it be safe to say that those that want to take God out of everything and don't believe what is written in the Bible, believe in this guy?
LBV Collins December 05, 2012 at 06:48 PM
Hi One Voice. I can only speak for myself. I'm Atheist.... and I don't believe in the doomsday prophecies some believe the Mayan calendar predicts. But as I understand, what this fellow is saying is that the calendar doesn't predict the end of the world. It simply says the current epoch is ending and the next one will begin. The Mayan calendar is a continuous cycle of never-ending epochs.
Daniel M December 06, 2012 at 07:10 PM
Cirilo says don't be afraid - the world is not ending.


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