19. What is the meaning of the Last Catastrophe of the Third Period?

The period from the beginning to the end of Heaven and Earth is called a Cycle of Heaven and Earth. There are twelve Phases in a Cycle. Each Phase takes ten-thousand and eight-hundred (10,800) years.

The forces in the spiritual world and the material world change in each Phase. These changes are reflected as major catastrophes.

In a Cycle, the first six Phases belong to yang and represent creation and cultivation; the last six Phases belong to yin and represent harvesting and suspension. Continue reading “19. What is the meaning of the Last Catastrophe of the Third Period?”

Introduction VI: The Last Catastrophe of the Third Period

The Last Catastrophe of the Third Period is determined by the changes in time and order of the cosmos. It is a natural predestination which is beyond the ken of human intellect.

When Heaven and Earth were created, God called on ten Buddhas to the world, seven to rule and three to amass the souls. Continue reading “Introduction VI: The Last Catastrophe of the Third Period”