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posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 01:48 AM
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Originally posted by ActuallyActuary

Originally posted by italkyoulisten

Timewave theory is an algorithm...


Finally, a concise summary. Thank you!
As a side note, the King Wen sequence seems completely artificial and not having any practical significance.
I was wondering too, why is this nonsense so attractive to so many people. My answer is: boredom. We all need something fresh and exciting to happen to us periodically. Even if only in imagination...


Exactly. Whilst this Timeline stuff is interesting it is just a theory, so let's not get carried away.

[edit on 21-6-2009 by StevesResearch]




posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 02:44 AM
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Gravity is also just a theory.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 03:33 AM
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Our attempt to understand the physics of what we term gravity is a theory.

What we observe as gravity in our every day lives is real. We can't say exactly why mass is drawn towards each other or define the precise mechanism which does so, but we know it works in as much as we can observe.

Not really the same thing.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 03:47 AM
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theory? no. more of a mind experiment.

i can't run the program, but is there any correlation or similarity or whatnot between this summer and the 'prague spring' . . . a peaceful socio-political revolution in Czechoslovakia from Jan - August of 1968? or tienamen square?

what's happening in iran feels awful similar to those two events. and the outcome seems all but certain to be the same . . . tanks and troops roll in and shut it all down.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 04:04 AM
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Ha, well, that's just nitpicking on the point.
I wasn't trying to imply that our collective experience of gravity is merely a 'Theory', that we somehow can't prove that we are being drawn to the ground, I was only trying to nudge at the point that some things are so trivial and elementary that we really take them for granted every day of our lives. People jump at ideas that cannot currently be documented or verified as truth, and base their skepticism on the fact that it is just a theory. From this perspective the average person would be a highly paranoid individual, if not for the golden rays of ignorance that bathe their consciousness.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 04:19 AM
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Now The circled area in the 1700's image marks the beginning of the French Revolution which 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. Iran is one example.


well, you said that on the 16th, and Evasius, i would agree that we are seeing something revolutionary starting, and i think its gonna spread...


RIP Neda



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 06:12 AM
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You sure got that right.

Watching the life flow out of a beautiful young woman has already etched this part of history into my memory.
Why must it always take bloodshed?


RIP Neda



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 08:02 AM
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reply to post by misfitoy
 


I just read about 'Neda' on the CNN web page. 2theC, your post urged me to search about Neda, as I hadn't heard about what happened to her yet. I saw the video (that shows her face), and it made this event 'real' for me.

Visions of protesters chanting, violent clashes, police confrontations, tanks rolling in, etc...NONE of that means anything until you see her blood on the street and her face as she dies. When will the world learn. my God. My thoughts are with those protesting alongside her for something as simple and basic as a fair say in an election. She had as much right to be there as anyone else.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 08:38 AM
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It's human nature to look for patterns in everything because we like to give everything meaning, a purpose, why can't some things just boil down to being random? Why does there have to be a pattern or correlation with events in our history as if there is some grand design to this?

This is an interesting thread, but I just don't buy into this 2012 talk. I'm very confident that life will carry on as normal after December 21st 2012. This reminds me of all the irrational fears leading up to Y2K.

Cheers



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 09:00 AM
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Things are obviously bad, but I must say given my prior ideas about Iran's ruling regime I expected the government to take a far harsher stance on its citizenry marching in opposition to the official election decision. I expected a 'Tiananmen 2' with massacres via anything from artillery to chemical weapons - I now see that was way over the top given the fact that the world is watching. This is already bad enough for Ahmadinejad and the Ayatollah, wiping out the opposition would seal the fate of the regime in due time. It's obvious technology has not only made the world aware of what's happening presently, but has possibly kept things from getting much worse.

This ongoing event is revolutionary in more ways than the obvious Iran theme. This is also a historical revolution in technology. This is the first time that online social networking sites have played such a major role in world affairs. This is a revolution in humanity's connectedness. It's revelation via technology. The world's attention has now shifted towards one major event due to a new kind of surge in communication - Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, blogging, etc.

See the news stories below that highlight these revolutionary times (all dated after this thread began):

Twitter is the revolution

Wired For a Revolution

Things will never be the same again in digital Iran

This Revolution Brought to You by Twitter and YouTube

The revolution will be tweeted (Baltimore Sun)

The Revolution Will Be Tweeted (New America Media)

The Revolution will be Twittered?

OUR VIEW: The social media revolution

Neda revitalizes Iranian protesters over Twitter

The Dark Side of Twittering a Revolution

Iran military cracks down on Twitter Revolution

Facebook Revolution vs. Twitter Revolution!

Is JPost behind the 'Iranian Twitter Revolution'?

When the Twitter Revolution Began

“Twitter Revolution” in Iran aided by old media — TV, radio

My Word: The technological revolution

Twitter on the Barricades: Six Lessons Learned

Reading Twitter in Tehran?

Facebook was down; was it an Iranian government plot?

The repercussions of a 'Twitter revolution'

Less is more. The tweet(ed) revolution.

Don't Let Iran's 'Twitter Revolution' Make You Stupid

Iran’s “Twitter Revolution” — myth or reality?

More Battle Cries From The Iranian Tea Party Twitter Revolution

From the tumult in Iran, Twitter emerges as a powerful social tool

Internet has changed foreign policy for ever, says Gordon Brown

Iran Twitts away to stay in touch

Cyber technologies encourage long-wanted change to Iran

Iran’s Election As Seen Through the ISPs

Twitter ripped the veil off ‘the other’ – and we saw ourselves

Facebook Revolution: How I became a “disabled” Iranian-American victim

Twitter: The tweet that shook the world

Don't Tweet the Iranian Revolution Without Me

Twitter Twaddle & Virtual Freedom

The Twitter Revolution

How #iranelection became the place to see the Twitter revolution

So You Say You Want a Twitter Revolution?

Revolution on Twitter?

EDITORIAL: Iran's Twitter revolution

coup d'Tweet

Activism evolves for the digital age







Ya'alon: Iran heading for a revolution

Should Obama wade into the Iranian revolution?

A Struggle for the Legacy of the Iranian Revolution

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posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 09:08 AM
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The events in Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan clearly reflect the bourgeois revolution in France of the end of 18th century. The Muslim fundamentalists are the absolutists of the modern day.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 09:11 AM
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As a footnote to my above lengthy post, I would like to point out that using the timewave to predict the current theme through both the wave and prior resonance has been far more successful than anything the Web Bot Project was able to provide using their 'predictive linguistics.'

The theme/meme of Revolution is absolutely all over the web right now regarding Iran's unrest and the technology that broadcasts it to the world. It's a serious concern that 'revolution' was not picked up in some way prior to this ongoing major event.

[edit on 21/6/09 by Evasius]



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 09:24 AM
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To be reminded of the Y2K nothingburger by the events foretold by the Maya and the Timewave is in itself a form of pattern recognition.You FEEL like the two are the same.Why?Was the Y2K foretold by an ancient civilization whose calandar's accuracy has moderns stumped,"how'd they do that?"Is the King Wen Sequence also random,pure coincidencie? How about the I CHING,more chance?Is there any synchronicity not pure chance to your world view?How do you judge?And lastly,how come the TWZ is actually getting things RIGHT?Hmmmm



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 09:36 AM
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Y2K is a totally faked event, a non-event.

The new millennium started at January 1st 2001.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 09:37 AM
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Thank you for indulging my question. I really like this thread and watch it, although admittedly, much of it is over my head. I try to keep my mouth quiet, when I have nothing to add which is significant.

You make so much sense to me, and I am glad you are contributing here.

For my part, I will continue to lurk. lol



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 09:53 AM
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Yes, I was really stricken over the past 48 hours how irrelevant the MSM is now. This Iranian revolution has shown a whole new way of human connectivity. I almost trust a twitterer on the ground in Iran with the "real" information more than I trust any major network broadcast. I think this will continue to intesify as time goes on.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 10:29 AM
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Originally posted by SecretGoldfish
theory? no. more of a mind experiment.

i can't run the program, but is there any correlation or similarity or whatnot between this summer and the 'prague spring' . . . a peaceful socio-political revolution in Czechoslovakia from Jan - August of 1968? or tienamen square?

what's happening in iran feels awful similar to those two events. and the outcome seems all but certain to be the same . . . tanks and troops roll in and shut it all down.


Have you tried the online Java program?
timewave2012.com...

All you do is put in the start date: Month, Day, Year
and then the end date: Month Day and Year
You can also choose a Target Date somewhere between your start and end dates. Then click the Update Chart button on the bottom Left of the program. This will show you the portion of the timeline you have chosen to look at.

Now you can choose resonate forward or resonate back. When you resonate back you will see an identical looking time line, however, it represents a greater span of time. You will note that your begin dates and end dates will have changed. You can calculate the total number of years the timeline represents. If you resonate back again, the span of time is exponentially greater. If you resonate forward, the span of time becomes smaller. You cannot resonate forward beyond the year 2012.

You can manually choose a target date by clicking anywhere on your timeline. The date will change in the target date _

I recommend that you choose the Kin Wen Sheliak version by checking the box. You can try the other versions as well.

I hope this helps you

[edit on 21/6/09 by John Matrix]



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 11:09 AM
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So the time of Christ resonates with 1982. Whether you're a Christian or not, this had a big affect on human history. Any thoughts?



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 11:46 AM
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Hereafter is a video of Ian Xel Lungold explaining the Mayan Calendar. I posted part 5 of 16 where he starts at about 2:45 to explain the "timeline" of the Mayan Calendar.

I URGE YOU TO SEE ALL 16 PARTS, EVEN IF YOU HAVE TO INVEST 3 HOURS.

It explains the 9 levels of the pyramids and how time gets compressed, how we feel everything is moving faster in our consciousness. It's like the Timewave, but not the "ups" and "downs" like in the chart. It starts all at the bottom level with the Big Bang and ends on one magic date. It is also explained how each level is divided into 7 days and 6 nights, whereas the 5th day and the 5th night has always played an important moment in lifetime.

www.youtube.com...


This idea comes from Dr. Colleman and on his website www.calleman.com... you may find more up-dated information.

When you watch all 16 parts of the presentation you will notice that the video ends at the most important moment; at the last level in present time and you might be upset because the final anwsers are not on the video. WTF???

Nevertheless on his website you will find a Powerpoint Presentation with the same pyramid of time and some key events.

So, what I left for the final part is that the Calendar does not end on Dec 21, 2012. Instead it is Oct. 28, 2011. Also on his website you will find a statement why he believes Oct. 28 is THE DATE. Anyway, here's the direct link:
www.calleman.com...


It was said that Terence changed the end point of its timewave when he heard that the Mayan Calendar ended on Dec. 21, 2012.
Do we know which was Terence's original ending date before he moved it to Dec. 21, 2012???

Is it possible to change the ending date of the Timewave to Oct. 28, 2011 in order to see/explore current events with the previous period.

Especially having in mind that Dr. Colleman is giving exact prophecies for precise days to come in the near future. - It is mindblowing, isnt'it ??

So - what you say ???







[edit on 21/6/2009 by White_Widow]



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 12:14 PM
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Evasius: I would like some help from you and all the researchers interested in TWZ.

I entered a start of September 11, with year -3 (BC)
end date of: April 3, 30 AD

This resonates with June - December 1981

I would like some help finding out what significant events changed the course of human history in June to December 1981.

Some findings and discussion would be appreciated.

BTW: It also resonates with June 25-28, 2012
again repeats on December 19, 2012
repeats again twice on December 21, 2012 in the 23rd hour of that day.
The resonance ends with the 23rd hour, 43 minutes and 23 seconds.
I can't get any resonance after that.





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