Originally posted by zenius A comment made in one of the TWZ threads was to do with a relationship between the time wave and gravity
which led me to want to understand the connection.
I've never made a direct correlation between the two, though there is a definite one-way relationship present - meaning, gravity can affect the
timewave, however the timewave has no bearing whatsoever on gravity. I mentioned the relationship in the opening post of my first timewave thread, and
then later Antar brought it to my attention that she had the phrase 'timewave gravity shift' come to her under odd circumstances. That led me to
explore the relationship a bit further.
First, the timewave only exists because of our Sun which is the main energy source that allows life to exist in our vicinity. The Sun is the central
point of gravity that keeps the system together, allows for life to continue, and is crucial to the development of consciousness on our planet. The
flow and evolution of that consciousness is precisely what the timewave tracks - it actually acts as the gridwork over which consciousness can
progress. Timewaves are thumbprints of an entire civilizations - not just dominant sentience, but the complete life-force of planetary ecosystems.
However for a timewave to even exist, consciousness must be present.
Separate consciousnesses within the universe are then associated with stars. If civilizations ever meet, their timewaves overlap and join to create a
new gridwork for the new collective to evolve. As a result, their stars of origin also become connected in some way (it's believed that stars
actually have some form of awareness).
Whatever will happens around 2012 is uncertain. I personally think our individual consciousnesses will achieve complete interconnectedness around that
time and will give rise to something new, like a true global awareness with similar parallel processing power to that of a single human brain. A new
mind will be born, and we'll all be the neurons comprising it. Whether or not that's the case, another possibility is that we will meet another
civilization which will result in our timewaves overlapping. Considering the timewave is a wave and behaves as such, the resulting interference
pattern of two waves meeting could cause a brief flatline like that which is expected during zero point at the end of our timewave. If we did meet
another society, it seems plausible that our current timeline would cease, and a new timeline would begin comprised of two new civilizations.
That case could be referred to as a 'timewave/gravity shift' given that the focal point would not merely be our star, but would also include one or
more other stars representing the other civilization(s). The timewave's basis would also shift to a new map of time.
Also, what is a 'fractal'? it comes up alot but I don't get it.
Lordbucket answered that so precisely and concisely that I can't really add anything to it, other than to maybe give a visual example or two of
You can see above certain patterns that repeat on many levels, from the miniscule to the colossal. That is the nature of the universe.
If some people feel that they are experiencing time is speeding up, what does that mean? How could that happen?
Time acceleration is a perception held by many people entering this phase in human history where change is also speeding up. It’s a subjective
experience directly related to one’s own experience with change and increasing interconnectedness with others. It can be described a number of
The most widely accepted cause of this perceived speeding up is the direct relationship between age and one’s perception of time. The old cliché of
‘time speeds up as you get older’ is true. One year to a four-year old represents one quarter of their entire lifetime, whereas one year to an
80-year old is only 1/80th of their entire life. The passage of time is solely based on perception based on expectations from past experiences.
Another year to someone who’s 80 is nothing compared to a small child – everything takes way too long for a child.
Another possibility is that our perception of time is based entirely on physical processes going on within the body. As we age certain metabolic
processes and rhythms slow down and eventually cease in death. These biological catalysts could then trick the mind into thinking that time itself is
A third possibility is that as societal change accelerates (along with our awareness of these changes), we come overwhelmed with the acceleration and
our cognitive perception of the passage of time then speeds up to compensate for this progressive experiential ‘lag.’ Our experience of time
accelerates out of necessity in order to be able to continue to function in an ever changing world.
The fourth possibility is based on theoretical physics. One stance on the nature of time is that there is no time at all. Time exists as a by-product
of our conscious human existence. So with this case, it’s not only based on perception, it’s entirely perception. Time is an independent and
relative experience, and it can vary not only from galaxy to galaxy, but from collective to collective – even individual to individual. This idea
relates closely to the third possibility above in that our perception of change creates the acceleration, but here our consciousness actually creates
time – it’s manifests a perceivable 4th dimension and can likewise manipulate it at will. The changes however occur collectively and arise from a
constant tug-of-war between minds and groups of minds.
A fifth and final view is even more esoteric than the previous and involves our alignment with the galactic equator and subsequent energies that are
currently bombarding us. These ‘energies’ could have a direct affect on our behaviour, cycles, thoughts, and perception of time.
And, of course, it could be ‘all of the above’ or something I’ve completely missed.
If time were reaching a zero point, does that mean gravity is reaching a zero point?
No, that would more than likely represent us entering a black hole which would be catastrophic. It could however mean a shift in both, which I talked
If the universe stopped expanding that would affect gravity and time?
Almost certainly. Theoretically, some propose that if the universe stopped expanding and started contracting, time would flow in reverse (and entropy
would progress back towards the simplicity and wholeness of the beginning state of the universe before the big bang. If it just stopped expanding and
ceased to move in either direction, then we'd be frozen in a static existence.
For the above to be true, you have to assume the universe had a beginning. I personally believe it's an unending cycle with singularity flashpoints
marking shifts in the cycle.
Here's an idea. Past and future, cause and effect are opposite to what we find to be most likely given our experience of time. Perhaps rather than
moving towards zero date as a point of uncertainty in the future, maybe it's always been there, it's already happened, and we're making our way
back to the beginning (but it just feels like we're moving forward in time).
Here's an image below. Image there's no time, only a solid-state existence, and we're only capable of experiencing it linearly. Zero point could in
fact be a kind of 'gravity source' sucking us towards it, only to spit us out the other side at equal velocity into another experience of
solid-state time which will then feel as if it's slowing down. Who knows...
If people think they experience time slips or if they really happened... how?
This involves parallel realities or co-existing parallel timelines. Our consciousnesses guide our individual and collective traversals of them, and
occasionally they overlap, merge, or part ways. I believe sometimes we can actually jump-tracks so to speak and change the timelines we're on.
Perhaps 2012 is the ultimate convergence where all these parallel timelines merge together into one collective thrust forward into the great unknown
future. Afterwards they'll spread apart again into another mass webbing of realities. See the images below where I compare this idea to the structure
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 gets back to your fractal question above. This neural structure can represent many levels of reality, from the relationship between neurons
to the interaction between galaxies or even universes.
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):
Anti gravity and time machines...connection?
I suppose time could be suspended or reversed with antigravity technology, though it would probably be slight. I'm honestly not sure.
I hope the above info is more beneficial than it is confusing.