Every 25,000 years or so, explains David Wilcock, the sun gives of a tremendous burst of energy, marking the end of a great cycle. This can lead to the spontaneous evolution of those who are ready, or bring about planetary destruction for those who are not. When catastrophe struck Atlantis, vast swaths of the population were not ready to ascend. The turgid world we live in, today, is the result of the enduring legacy from the Atlantean catastrophe. This presentation was originally webcast February 29, 2016.