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Timewave Zero - Countdown to Transition

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posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 04:18 AM
Hi all, have been reading these discussions for a while now. I was just waiting for the right time to contribute as I have been studying Timewave Zero and Novelty theory. Anyway, would just like to add some info to the question:

Originally posted by zenius
reply to post by Evasius

Thank you Evasius. October will be an interesting time indeed. Could you please tell me what years this correlates too when you have a chance please?

I have looked at resonances of 26th October 2009 and (these are approximate, both for any historical discrepancy or mathematical miscalculation or whatever...) I will start from, well the start of these resonances.

BC 2,147,483,648: Earliest date Timewave allows. Not to sure what this implies. Any ideas?

BC 52,909,747: First Primates

BC 824,567: Oldest remains of hominid tools.

BC 10,912: End of Paleolithic era, beginning of Agriculture

1811: Anatomy of the Brain by Scottish anatomist Charles Bell announces discovery of the distinct functions of sensory and motor nerves. Mankind (well western Man) begins to study the brain and the mind.

Oct 26 2009: Something as big of an impact in connectivity and novelty as the above concrescences.

Would like any additional information or feedback to see if anyone else agrees with this.

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 06:59 AM
reply to post by rocksolidbrain

That's a very interesting video regarding cosmic cycles. I've seen other videos of his, one in particular caught my attention that explained matter as the product of spherical standing waves in space - I used that imagery to develop my ideas of how time could also be the product of a type of standing wave (given both space and time are supposed to be intimately connected, according to Einstein and others). Here's that video:

Regarding the video you posted - the graph shown halfway through caught my eye. I took a screenshot and then superimposed a screenshot of the timewave over the top - the result is surprisingly similar as many of the peaks and troughs line up quite well.

It does make sense however that a graph representing a great cosmic cycle would somehow correlate to a graph representing a great time cycle:

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 07:00 AM
reply to post by Fabic

Fabic, it is wonderful that you are researching this also. I'm sure Evasius appreciates your input a2009 as do the rest of us.
Your October 2009 correlations are very interesting, however the threads we were discussing were relevant to October 4, 11 and 28th of 2011. Would you happen to have correlations for that year? thank you for your time and input.

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 07:23 AM
reply to post by zenius

October 5, 2011 is very deep on the graph regarding the amount of change it represents, so that is more concerning than the later October date some have suggested to be 'a very bad day.'

What's even more interesting is the section of the graph on the far right (of the image on the previous page of this thread). As you know, the timewave is made up of cycles that repeat - the 'joint' connecting this cycle with the next occurs on December 1, 2011. That day resonates with zero date and then begins one of the final cycles (the last few are very brief in duration) which represents most of human history - it's a very important period in time, at least according to the graph.

Judging by what I see on the wave, the week leading up to October 5, 2011 will be hectic, and December 1 of that year will directly determine how Dec. 21, 2012 plays out. I of course have no idea what will happen, I can only determine between varying amounts of change and chaos.

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 07:27 AM
reply to post by misfitoy

I'm not up to date on my crystal skull knowledge, however I have never heard of McKenna even acknowledging there existence, let alone connecting what the timewave is tracking with them in any way.

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 07:39 AM
reply to post by Fabic

1811 was quite a year:

1811 - Arago's research in light commenced with his discovery of chromatic polarization in 1811. As an astronomer, Arago is remembered as the discoverer of the solar chromosphere and for his accurate measurements of the diameters of the planets.

From a biological standpoint the two facts of paramount importance in the history of iodine are the discovery of the element itself in kelp in 1811 by Courtois

Dr. James Simpson, born in 1811, was responsible for the discovery of chloroform's anesthetic qualities. His discovery and use of chloroform eliminated pain, and it was produced on a large scale worldwide for use as a medical anesthetic.

The use of fruit for scurvy was adopted by both physicians and generals during the Revolutionary War. This was as close as we would get to a specific therapy for a specific illness till the discovery of Iodine in 1811

The most notable event in the chemical history of the drug was the discovery of the first alkaloid known, morphine, by Sertürner, in 1811. ne-navbar&cd=1

1811 was a year of major human achievements, much like the previous time eras you mentioned. Maybe the theme here is catalysts for human adaption and survival? Just a thought to add.

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 07:45 AM
reply to post by octotom

My question is, is this 7am UT or for a specific timezone? Also, does that fact that we have very little time to get back into "habit" stem from this timewave being a compressed one from earlier in history?

I'm not sure how the timewave handles timezones. Some think the 'now' the timewave tracks is the timezone of origin, which is either Hawaii, or Colorado (where McKenna lived) ...I'm not sure.

I've personally suspected that the 'now' represented by graph actually exists in a timezone window, where the 'now' point resides in the middle (at the peak of a bell curve) and follows the Earth's rotation, perhaps with daybreak as it traces over the surface. The conscious majority exists in the sunlit portion of the Earth at any given time (since most people are not generally aware of ongoing events while asleep). As we become more connected, I do see this as changing in the future, and the timewave's 'now' will mean precisely that no matter where you are.

As for the second part of your question, you are correct. We are living in a more compressed cycle, so our awareness gets jerked around a lot more. When we 're-live' a war, it's not new war experienced in fast-forward, it's an event that echoes the previous but happens only as time will allow. Events that took weeks in the past can re-occur presently as a single event that carries with it a similarity and affects the world and our future with the same magnitude.

[edit on 28/6/09 by Evasius]

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 07:51 AM
reply to post by dviper785

Thank you for posting that information regarding the Sheliak number set. I haven't delved too far into exploring other sets (which I probably should). I will read that sometime this week, and who knows maybe I'll become a Sheliak convert. At any rate, the current numbers seem to be working pretty well.

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 07:55 AM
reply to post by Fenice999

Good to hear from you again. Your graph relating the Timewave to the equinox precession is very eye-opening. I wasn't aware it correlated precisely with our progress through the constellations, but it makes sense that progress through space would relate to progress through time. Thanks again for your input.

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 08:11 AM
reply to post by Two Eight Seven Four

Thank you very much for asking those questions about how and why zero date became set at December 21, 2012 (and thank you BlasteR for your quick reply). I'm currently writing an explanation on this very question for another thread (using that page you linked to regarding the 'problems' with zero date). Once I finish that, I'll post the relevant portions here. I'll admit straight away, I don't have all the answers regarding the correlative process, that's the kind of thing I hope to eventually work out during the progress of this thread (along with everyone's help and input). It's not like we can ask McKenna about the details of the program, but that certainly would help. Hopefully by directly and collectively comparing the wave to history as it happens, we can get a better idea of the nature of shifts, resonances, and upcoming novelty points. Stay tuned.

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 08:12 AM
reply to post by misfitoy

You're correct. I read the beginning of that particular thread last night, and he said that he, his wife, and six others were going to "leave civilization" in March of 2009 because in 2009, the poo would start to hit the fan. I find it interesting that that was posted in 2006, and right now does seem to be a very volatile time.

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 08:23 AM
reply to post by octotom

A bit off topic, but yes, it also mentioned an increase in lights in the sky and stars moving, which there have been numerous posts about recently. I'm still interested in how 10/2011 resonates with other time periods and what took place historically on correlating time frames.
The 10/2009 correlations are intriguing.

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 08:51 AM
With my system I get for October 2011 and November 2011

Japan occupies Beijing

Spain Civil War

Niagara Flood or Disaster

Huge wildfire in a big forest

Japan occupies Philippines

Revolutionary computer invention

Failure of Singapore riots

Speed of Light achieved

Airplane for mistake crash in Empire State Building

Pearl Harbour event repetition

China Civil War

Debts crisis in Britain

Political investigations in Hollywood

Bombing starts in Nk, for a mistake a east-europen city is bombed


Television big changes

Koreas War

New Economic development

Greek Civil War

Vatican announces a discovery

UK agreement with China

India- Pakistan stop war

Roswell event repetition

Cold War repetition

Computer New Age

Wildfires around the world

Le Mans disaster repetition event

58.000 affected in United States with a serious illness

Massive rain and flooding in Japan

[edit on 28-6-2009 by Matteo]

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 08:56 AM
reply to post by Evasius

I was making some in depth research, and now I can share them with you.
The isssue is that the result is nothing that you can read while eating pop corn.

I'm trying to resume a lot of information in few words, so you will required to cover the gap for now.

In the first image you see 4 different calendars:
platonic ages
Zodiacal ages

additionally you can follow the descending and ascendant part of the great year.

The second slide point out how the begins of the civilization as-we-know collime with the Kali Yuga. That in the calendar ends (surprise surprise) at 21 12 2012.

the third image describes something you never saw before: this is the so called “cristmast tree of the life”. Depict the fact that the 3 horizontal path on the cabalistic tree of life don't have the same distance.
While in Daleth (the above one) the distance is zero in Pe (the bottom one) is infinite.

The next slide describes how time “happens” on the middle path, that is Leo or Teth.
The time is oscillating between the 2 pillars of the tree of life: the force and the form.

But the definition self of those 2 is NOT a constant but variate with the precession of the equinox, as you can see in the next slides.

Now by describing the Christmas tree of life in 3 dimension you have a Matrix how the reality is working where so called horizontal dialectic (the oscillation we described before) meets the vertical dialectic.

The time that we experience is only the zone depicted in blue in the next slide.

Time works in a way so that events becomes first POSSIBLE, the PROBABLE, then VISIBLE and finally TANGIBLE

the Equinox precession don't describes only an astronomical change but also a dimensional change.
Keep in mind that the M theory describes our universe as multiverse, containing 11 dimensions.
The dimensions are mapped here with the 4 world of the Cabala.
This fact can be proofen historically and I have done it: in the periods where we have more alignment the gods walk with the man. Then in the silver age the semigods. After the semigods the Heroes and finally the man.

So the 2012 event is regarding:
1.the end of a great Plato year
2.the end of a period of 77760 years (3 great yeas) called the Age of the Phoenix
3.the realignment of our dimension (called Assiah) with dimension “others” (Yetzirah)

[edit on 28-6-2009 by Fenice999]

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 09:17 AM
reply to post by Fenice999

I don't know what I am looking at....

Could you please provide some sort of explanation or translation??

Forget the popcorn, I am stymied here

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:04 AM
reply to post by tribewilder

I edited the post with some explication, but this is a very complex discussion.

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 12:22 PM
Well before continuing with the most recent events I want to make a final observation about Michael Jackson's death and the similiraity with Louis XVI.

Michael Jackson: He was the king of pop, and married the daughter of the king of rock (Lisa Marie), named one of his children Paris, was involved in two trials, at the moment of his death his dignity was long over dead.

Louis XVI: King of France, married the daughter of the king of the Holy Roman Empire (Marie Antoinette) , involved in trials, his dignity was long over when he died, he died in Paris.

I think there's definetely something there...

Today the President of Honduras was revoked, do you think this is another resonance to the french revolution?

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 12:41 PM
I'm not sure how the timewave handles timezones. Some think the 'now' the timewave tracks is the timezone of origin, which is either Hawaii, or Colorado (where McKenna lived) ...I'm not sure.

i was under the impression that it's based off of Greenwich Mean Time because McKenna said the final moments are at 11:18 GMT, December 21st, 2012... At least that's what he says in 'The World and It's Double'.

[edit on 28-6-2009 by RazorX]

posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 06:27 PM

Originally posted by RazorX
I'm not sure how the timewave handles timezones. Some think the 'now' the timewave tracks is the timezone of origin, which is either Hawaii, or Colorado (where McKenna lived) ...I'm not sure.

i was under the impression that it's based off of Greenwich Mean Time because McKenna said the final moments are at 11:18 GMT, December 21st, 2012... At least that's what he says in 'The World and It's Double'.

[edit on 28-6-2009 by RazorX]

I think we should devote time as a thread to confirming from a couple of sources which timezone twz program(s) truely point at, I am trying to contact and get confirmation about the timezone issue from Sheliak but I will be looking into that video you mentioned as well

posted on Jun, 29 2009 @ 01:39 PM
reply to post by Evasius

Thats a nice match Evasius.
IMO, TWZ correlates with the BIG cycles more accurately. Meaning events that happen on a large scale or that affect things on a large scale. TWZ predicts the trends more accurately then individual events.

Right now I'm trying to find similar matches by overlapping huge cyclic events on TWZ. Will post them soon.

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