reply to post by Ethereal Gargoyle
reply to post by sphinx551
The word 'possibility' directly relates to our continually switching time-tracks. It not only refers to what might happen, it actually represents
all timeline variants - or all parallel realities. Each thought, decision, and action help spawn new timelines that branch out from the present. Some
physicists including Michio Kaku have postulated that this is indeed true however there's no concrete proof of this. If it is true, then it proves
that consciousness is crucial component involved in creating reality as opposed to merely observing and experiencing it. Likewise if that is
subsequently true, then reality, time, and our experience of both would be subject to the laws of quantum mechanics which allow consciousness to
affect real-world results.
So regarding parallel realities or co-existing parallel timelines, our consciousnesses seem to guide us along individual and collective timelines, and
occasionally these tracks overlap, merge, or part ways. This convergence in 2012 could pinpoint a moment in time where everything is crammed through
the eye of the needle towards one collective thrust forward into the great unknown future. Afterwards all timelines will then spread apart again into
another mass webbing of realities.
See the images below where I compare this idea to the structure of neurons (Zenius will find all this familiar as I posted all this stuff on his
thread a few days ago):
The above image shows the present, or 'Conscious Now,' as a nodule that brings together all possibility into one reality (like a needle around
While picturing that, then imagine that 2012 involves the merging of all possibility into one collective experience, so then you not only have the
mini-convergence of everyone's 'conscious now' but also the collective convergence of possible futures affecting all personal timelines.
The below image is 7 different versions of the above image stacked together to show how parallel realities exist in relation to one another. Varying
possibilities are represented by minute changes in the structure.
This image below alludes to the fractal nature of reality and time. This neural structure can represent many levels of reality, from the relationship
between neurons to the interaction between galaxies or even universes.
And lastly, here's an image illustrating the levels of consciousness - from the very small to the extremely large. Imagine awareness as a physical
thing woven directly into reality (which then is capable of weaving together reality itself):
So yes, every moment in time involves us switching timelines. It's the big jumps between realities that you have to worry about, and these are the
most noticeable, especially in hindsight. These leaps from one reality to another are, as far as I'm aware, uncontrollable. So my experiences with
timeshifts were the same as with most other people, only I noticed them, made note of them, and have refused to forget them.
I have a few other examples that I would like to share at some point in the future. I'm currently focusing on getting the Timewave graphs for the
present - October 26 finished and posted which will be finalized tonight.
[edit on 2/10/09 by Evasius]