On May 22, 2011, in a lecture in Hong Kong, Ryuho Okawa declared that 2012 would not be the end of the world, and gave a speech encouraging the world to believe in the power within each of us to create our future and destiny. The U.S. presidential election, the leadership transition in China, and heightening tensions between the Middle East, the U.S., and Iran are only a few of the critical events that will have global effects. To help us prepare for the future, Okawa summoned two spirits of the Mayan prophecy: King Montezuma of the Aztec Empire, and the Mesoamerican god, Quetzalcoatl. Through conversations with these spirits, King Montezuma and Quetzalcoatl disclose the meaning of the major forthcoming political events of 2012, as well as mystical secrets behind the Mayan prophecy. Although these are not prophecies, the insights they provide apply to what influences our world today as well as forthcoming events and challenges.