posted on Mar, 18 2018 @ 10:14 AM
I have been considering making this thread for quite a long time. Perhaps now is the time.
Some years back, while doing some light reading on the theories of Albert Einstein, I began to see an apparent contradiction in his theories. One of
his famous thought experiments gave a result that was somewhat shocking to me, and I began to consider it more thoroughly. As I did so, a realization
of the properties of space-time began to develop.
I'm not going to go through the derivation here; while there are some here who could understand and even challenge me on the theories I have been
developing, there are, to be honest, many more who would simply get it wrong and go off on a tangent. The majority would probably not be able to
follow it, not because they can't comprehend, but because the format limitations of a forum environment do not allow for a full and complete
explanation. Instead, I have been writing a book over the last few years to completely describe the theory. Hopefully, that book will be finished in
the foreseeable future and available to the public, but in the interim there are implications to the theory that I feel need to be discussed.
The nature of this theory and the implications I mention do require that I give at least a quick overview of the theory, without the heavy math.
Essentially, we have been using models of gravity that, while helpful to visualize the effects of gravity on a macro scale, deny the inner workings of
gravity. The next sentence is going to really, really tick off some physicists: Gravity is not a linear force.
The effect of gravity, seen at distances that are far greater than the distance of a nuclear bond, are essentially linear. But at distances
approaching the nuclear bond distance, this changes. At some point, two masses will experience zero attraction between themselves due to gravity, and
at even closer distances, this becomes a repulsion that approaches infinity as the distance approaches zero. Matter, it turns out, acts as a
space-time well, absorbing space-time, moving it into another dimension, and re-emitting it from anti-matter particles.
I know, I know, that's quite a statement. But the math bears it out. Until I publish, you'll just have to take my word.
Now what does all this have to do with 2012? After all, this is the 2012 forum! Well, as it turns out, the nature of the force we call gravity
is more dependent on geometry than many believe. In the case of a disc of matter, there is a substantial difference in gravitational attraction
depending on where around that disk one is at a particular time. The strongest force is experienced around the plane of the disk, falling off rapidly
until one is above or below the center of the disk. Our galaxy, the Milky Way, is a disc, and on December 21st, 2012, we passed through the galactic
plane of that disk.
The Mayan calendar never ended on that date; that was a misrepresentation of the calendar. The long count simply changed over to a new long count,
similar to how our annual calendar simply changes over to a new year on January 1st. But the change in the case of the Mayan calendar coincided with
the exact moment the sun crossed the midpoint of the galactic plane, which is also the moment at which time we experienced the greatest velocity of
space-time flow, i.e. the greatest gravitational deviation.
We have some experience with increases in space-time flow. Every month, we experience a full moon, which is a geometrical configuration between the
two most impactful astrological bodies on the planet. The result of the full moon is that there is a very slight, extremely slight, massively
minuscule, difference in the space-time flow we experience on earth. Yet, ask any truck driver, any policeman, or any EMT/ER worker and they will tell
you that the full moon does seem to have some impact on the quantity and quality of incidents of anger. It's a subject that I once dismissed as
anecdotal only, but my experience driving a truck convinced me otherwise... very quickly. Something does happen to people during a full moon. With
that in mind, if the tiny deviation in space-time flow during a full moon has psychological impacts on the population, is it not also reasonable that
the tiny difference in space-time flow experienced during the entry and exit from the galactic plane would do so also?
I believe it does. I also believe the Mayans knew this, although maybe not the technical reasoning and mathematics behind it.
Now, I know this is not 2012... it's a little over 5 years from the last end of the Mayan long-count. But, the coldest part of winter is also not on
the winter solstice either. It is not unusual in nature for there to be a propagation delay between cause and effect, especially if the effect is
cumulative. The coldest part of winter typically occurs about a month after the winter solstice, because the cold air settles in and weather patterns
shift in response to cause the temperature to decrease. The winter solstice is when the temperature is dropping the fastest, because the sunlight
reaching the Northern Hemisphere is at a minimum. The actual lowest temperature we experience is not when the temperature is dropping the fastest, but
actually when the temperature stops dropping and stabilizes before rising again in preparation for summer.
Could it be that our brains are somehow sensitive to these changes in gravitational flow? The reactions to the full moon seem to indicate such. If so,
is it conceivable that we are still experiencing the actuality of the vague prophesies left by the Mayans concerning the end of their long count
calendar? I think so, and I think that this is the reason we see so much anger, turmoil, and violence around the world today. Europe is dealing with
immigration and associated crime issues; the US is dealing with domestic political riots and social unrest; North Korea is threatening nuclear war;
the Middle East is in violent turmoil; the Cold War is threatening to rear its head again; everywhere one looks there is apparent social/political
anger and distress.
I have a cousin, a very smart fellow, retired engineer, who is half Mexican and half Mayan. I spoke to him quite a lot back in 2012 about the
prophesy, as he is very knowledgeable about his Mayan heritage (as well as being very tight-lipped about it outside of a tight circle of
friends/family). He was loathe to even talk to me completely candidly, but he once told me that the beginning of the long count was believed to be a
time of evil. Perhaps there is more to that belief than simple spirituality.
I think we are experiencing the 'end of the world' prophesy right now, only instead of the prophesy playing out as we tried to force our own
understanding of it, it is playing out as it was originally prophesied. I believe the Mayans knew that there would be such social upheavals, and I
worry about how long the delay is and whether we have reached the peak of our collective insanity. Can we survive it, and what cost will we pay before
this is over?
Now, ATS, what do you think?