Like far too much in life, the meaning of the word 'apocalypse' has been manipulated to fit a single agenda. Look around and it's clear that fear of such a single 'event' has successfully kept people's bodies, hearts, heads and spirits entrenched in fear while it has catalysed acts of war and terror in others.

Most associate the word 'apocalypse' with absolute and utter destruction. Tragically, this physical prediction goes hand-in-hand with the dogmatic notion that we're supposed to emotionally, mentally and physically 'fear' the Divine, buying into the belief that understanding is for those who are special, chosen or otherwise initiated.

The literal translation of the word 'fear' in terms of our attitude towards that which is Sacred is to 'be wrapped in awe'; awe'; 'apocalypse' means to 'lift the veil and reveal what is; and as for chosen? Life is the gift you've been given and it's up to you whether or not to choose.

No single person or group has the Truth. While the 'laws of the land' are to be respected, there are universal principles that manifest themselves in individuals whose conscience leads them to act in good conscious. This is when the Divine, the Universal Field of Consciousness, agrees to cooperate and amazing things begin to happen. Glass ceilings fall, paper walls dissolve, and doors that never were 'open'.

The headers across this site are a reflection of the true meaning and message behind the word 'apocalypse'. Look carefully and you will see that the images are veiled behind a diaphanous drape. In the text that follows, they are unveiled, opened so that you can see the detail and beauty of all that was intended.

When actions are noble, based on values that honour all life and morals that reflect compassion and justice, no one has the right or privilege to determine or judge what is true for you. What is true for you is your truth.

The real question is: Do you have the courage to live what is true for you in the moment that it is real?

Lynnclaire Dennis

The Mereon Legacy CIC, The Pavement, 3 The Pavement, Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR3 5BU , United Kingdom