This thread's purpose will be to track the Timewave graph from now until Zero Date (December 21, 2012). I hope to upload screenshots from the program
on a weekly basis which will provide you with our collective timeline for the following 7 days. Two images will be posted; one of our current time
period, and one of the matching segment from within the previous cycle.
To get a comprehensive summary of what the Timewave
actually is, please have a perusal of the intro to my previous Timewave thread:
Air France Flight 447 - Timewave Zero Correlation
And to get even more detailed information regarding timewave theory (originally developed by Terence McKenna in the 1970's and 80's) and the
theoretical physics behind it, have a look at my original thread entitled: Timewave Zero -
a closer look
I titled this discussion "Countdown to Transition" because I want to make it clear, this is not a another 'Doomsday thread.' Although some folks
think the Timewave is tracking our progress towards ultimate oblivion, I believe the 'zero date' marks a major transition point in human history,
evolution, and technological progress. It will mark the pinnacle of one era and the beginning of another - a transition from animalistic Man to
something else, perhaps the point where we merge with our technology, or even the point where we collectively turn towards more spiritual endeavors.
This shift will mark a change in our perception of time, the world around us, and most noticeably ourselves
To begin a thread that will hopefully see us through to that much talked about date in the future, I want to start with the 'big picture' and then
work our way forward to our present timeframe. The image below represents the pattern of time we find ourselves in today, however this specific
macro-timeline shows the past 34,450 years of humanity's past.
32,438 BC to Zero Date
The 4 images below show a zoomed-in perspective of the above wave image. Each subsequent image is a closer look at the end of the preceding image:
15,213 BC to Zero Date
6600 BC to Zero Date
2294 BC to Zero Date
141 BC to Zero Date
Now let's zoom in to the very last portion of the above image - what we see is our current period of time according to the Timewave program. You'll
notice this image below looks pretty much exactly like the first image, but shows a drastically reduced length of time. This is a graphic
representation of the fractal nature of time in which the same cycles repeat in shorter and shorter periods until an infinitely small moment in time
is reached in Dec. 2012.
2008 - 2012
(the creation of this thread has been marked on the timeline to give you some sense of where the 'Present' is currently located):
Let's take an even closer look at each year remaining on the graph:
*2010, 2011, and 2012 all have huge peaks and are scheduled to be more 'eventful' than in all preceding human history combined
The timewave graph ends at the point marked with a red dot. The graph ends, however the cycle does not
. It proceeds to get infinitely small and
divide up smaller and smaller portions of time until a moment comprised of all moments is reached. Where we go from there is uncertain.
As stated, we repeat the same cycles of time over and over crammed into smaller amounts of time. We experience 'bumps' along the way as events, and
the series of bumps repeats - the bumps are the same, it's how we approach them and deal with them that changes each time around
. (To get an
idea of these bumps, imagine scratching a line in an old record from the center to the outer edge. Then play it - every time the needle - The
- passes over the bump, it affects our experience of the song as a repeated glitch which carries over from song to song).
Currently we're repeating the 'bumps' of 1788
Previous version of Now
The circled area in the 1700's image marks the beginning of the French Revolution
lasted 10 years. The circled area we're now approaching (June 23-29) represents our re-visiting of that time window
in the cycle. The upcoming
version will last about 2 months. Given that we are now a global community, this 'revolutionary' theme will likely affect us all, and can manifest
anywhere that is capable of being the global conduit of that theme.
is one example.
From the French Revolution description on Wiki:
The French Revolution (1789–1799) was a period of political and social upheaval and radical change in the history of France, during which the
French governmental structure, previously an absolute monarchy with feudal privileges for the aristocracy and Catholic clergy, underwent radical
change to forms based on Enlightenment principles of citizenship and inalienable rights.
These changes were accompanied by violent turmoil which included the trial and execution of the king, vast bloodshed and repression during the Reign
of Terror, and warfare involving every other major European power.
The theme is: "the overthrow of the Ancient Regime."
We can already see that this specific period in time is coming to another culmination of events, much like the previous mid-April resonance with the
American Revolution marked with the G-20, Tax Day Tea-Parties, and upheaval in many countries other than the UK and US such as Thailand, Sri Lanka,
As I stated in the first paragraph, I want to track history and compare it to the wave. I also want to compare events as they happen and compare it to
the previous version of the cycle. To do that, correlations will be made using Wikipedia's event listings for the time periods that mirror the
present. However it's not entirely up to me - this is a collective effort (just like the history the wave is tracking). All contributions are
welcome. Criticism likewise is welcome. If this is BS, I want to know why you believe it is. If you have information lending to the further validity
of timewave theory, I please post it here.
The timewave has had amazing successes in the past, and there have been a few WTF scenarios as well. History is complex. The timewave tracks ALL
events happening, not just so-and-so invaded that-n-that country...it's everything. It takes the average of all events and change, plots it on a
graph, and gives you an idea of where we're all headed. It gives the present a certain 'feel.' So what is it that you feel right now? How did you
feel October last year? Did the wave reflect that feeling?
I'm eager to see where this discussion leads. Many thanks for your interest in the topic.
[edit on 16/6/09 by Evasius]