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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.
In fact, the Japan tsunami resonance came 13 days late. It was expected for February 26 2011.
"The first transit was captured just three days after we declared the spacecraft operationally ready. We witnessed the defining third transit over the 2010 holiday season."
Following your logic, maybe some epic discoveries were made on October 5, November 22 and December 3 and than will be announced later next year.
The timewave would have worked but we wouldn't know for months.
These are the orbits of five objects that hit Earth on the night of Dec. 7/8. NASA’s All Sky Fireball Network recorded the meteoroids as they disintegrated in the atmosphere over the United States, each one producing a bright fireball. Note how all the orbits converge on a single point--our planet.
Every night the network's cameras scan the skies over the United States, forming an inventory of what hits the atmosphere. Combining images from multiple cameras, network software rapidly calculates the basic parameters of each interloper: orbit, speed, disintegration height, and more. At the moment, cameras are located in only four states (New Mexico, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee), but the network is expanding to provide even better coverage. Soon we'll see just how congested our intersection in space really is. Stay tuned.
December 11, 2011 – SPACE – This may be just the beginning of many soon-to-be synchronous occurrences where deep space, the planet’s atmosphere, and the Earth are simultaneously affected by multiple events. In the late hours of December 7-8th, a mini-fireball storm converged on Earth, an earthquake struck a remote stretch of coastline in Chile, and there was an unexplained spike in cosmic ray intensity on the Russian neutron monitor. -The Extinction Protocol
Now, the graph predicts tension and conflicts in North and South Korea with a China intervention from December 30 2011 to January 17 2012.