Timewave Zero and October 26, 2009

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posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 09:52 PM
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reply to post by Schmidt1989
 


Thanks for stopping by Schmidt.
I really hope you don't have to eat your shoe.

Unless it's a pie shoe or something like that.




posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:00 PM
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You might as well go ahead and start making the video now.
Something will happen. This is guaranteed. Unless you are arguing that the world will blink out of existence between now and then.

Anyhow, aside from the sniping you set yourself up for, I would say that something will happen.
I have been looking at these timewave threads for quite some tiem but declined to comment until now, for reasons I won't get into here.

I am not one to fancy predictions. In fact, I am always neutral in these regards. However, having looked at the timewave threads for quite awhile, in conjunction with other synchronistic events (one of which was already outlined in this thread completely unrelated... the chart I commented on on this very page, I believe) I have come to the conclusion that we are living in some sort of predetermined existence. Whether that be a computer program we ourselves have created, or one that God created, negating us any free will. Either way, it is true, from where I sit.

And the timewave predicts it.
Forget the Mayan Calander, or the I Ching.
This gives a predictive model and it can be verified.

Like I mentioned earlier in the thread, it appears we are actually gaining the "knowledge of the gods", as mentioned in Genesis in the original sin dialogues.

It is time for either a smackdown or an inclusion into the club.



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:19 PM
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I had a dream two days ago and I was told in that dream that I will enter a new life October 27 2009. Does this mean that this life I have now will end? Will I die? Or is it just a strange dream?



[edit on 28-9-2009 by ANTHONY33]



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:31 PM
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1942 1st transport of Amsterdam Jews to Westerbork
1942 Riots against Jews in Amsterdam


I only find what a previous poster posted a link to.

LINK

You mentioned I believe the transport of the Jews.



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:54 PM
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Did anyone notice that the Evasius thread pointed to something happening in late September 2008? And the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act was passed on 9/28/08.

If this has already been noted please forgive me, as I did not read the entirety of these threads. What the EESA means to the timewave I do not know, but that was the major occurrence from the period Evasius was watching.

Any comments?



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 11:19 PM
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I bet I know what you are looking for.

You are still trapped into your view from your cultural beliefs. Which is smoke screening you.

There is something happening right now that is setting up the stages of a slow war.

People are so concerned about the USA and Nato, it never occurs to them the step out and look at it. That the people you think are CIA covers may have been at one point. And stopped being so a long time ago if they ever were totally.

North Africa is being brought into the fold of Al-Qaeda - you know, that group everyone thinks doesn't exist.

1942 was a very busy year for "The Desert Fox" Rommel in North Africa. The Multipronged Pincer sweep that Hitler was setting up that did change the World. Almost changed it by winning, and the steps his greatest successes and the stupidities that later doomed him were accelerated in 1942.

Just like in WW2, the things in Africa didn't get the notice they deserved. What is happening in Northern Africa right now isn't getting the attention it deserves.

Al-Qaeda moved its attention South, to the Maghreb. It struck deals with Iran and Hezbollah.

There are important things that are going to change how the world works.

What you are looking for is Rommel. The Battle of Alam el Halfa probably.

Where the Axis was cut out of the operational theatre.

As things are warming up right now, I'd suspect that means that the Islamists are about to pull part of their plan off in North Africa and cut out the West or any governments in Northern Africa that aren't cow towing to them already.

[edit on 2009/9/28 by Aeons]



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 11:20 PM
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Originally posted by JayinAR
reply to post by Schmidt1989
 

And the timewave predicts it.
Forget the Mayan Calander, or the I Ching.
This gives a predictive model and it can be verified.

Like I mentioned earlier in the thread, it appears we are actually gaining the "knowledge of the gods", as mentioned in Genesis in the original sin dialogues.

It is time for either a smackdown or an inclusion into the club.


Predictive... odds don't mean anything will happen. The Detroit Lions ahd huge odds that they would lose this week. They didn't.



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 11:23 PM
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That is certainly a strange dream. I'm really not qualified to interpret it for you, my friend. I would love to ascribe value to it in regards to this discussion, but I cannot. I would post it in its entirety in the dream forum here on ATS. I can guarantee someone can help you.



 
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posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 11:24 PM
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That comment has no bearing in relation to what is being discussed.
I think you need to do a little research.



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 11:24 PM
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This is an interesting thread.
This is my 2nd post, so have mercy on me if I'm not a help please.
I don't know much about Timewave Zero but, I thought this might pertain to the Big dip for Oct. 2009.

LCROSSLunar impact Oct. 09,2009.

Thanks, CosmicHug



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 11:30 PM
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You are absolutely correct that Africa was also a very big deal. A reservist friend of mine, (O-2) offhandidly complained to me a while back that we 'didn't know what we're doing in Africa.' It surprised me. Up until then I had no idea we were IN Africa. Your post sounds very dark and that makes for a lot of interest. Care to elaborate any?


 
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posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 11:58 PM
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Originally posted by KSPigpen
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You are absolutely correct that Africa was also a very big deal. A reservist friend of mine, (O-2) offhandidly complained to me a while back that we 'didn't know what we're doing in Africa.' It surprised me. Up until then I had no idea we were IN Africa. Your post sounds very dark and that makes for a lot of interest. Care to elaborate any?


 
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Allowing and encouraging the pirates to create chaos over the Horn of Africa is a strategic maneuver, and has help hide (and at one point expose) the route that Iran is using to get resources.

When Afghanistan failed to pan out the way that Islamists were hoping they moved down to Somalia and the Sudan. Since then they've ramped up their activities.

The fighters can be found online to be quoted as specifically stating that their governments are getting in the way of the setting up of an Islamic state in Northern Africa. All the way over to Mauritania, and down to middle of the continent.

There is a couple of routes in and over the Horn of Africa. Unlike what most people think, Africa is full of resources. Resources that some nations further North - like say Iran - need and want and don't have. The main problem with getting those resources is the same thing that makes getting some of them in a black market fashion good - the total lack of security and the political instability and the corruption of the upper class.

Al-Qaeda is fighting a war in Northern Africa, and they are doing it much better than anywhere else. This is bad for the Arabic nations in that they want to be the seat of power for a Pan-Islamic Empire/State/Economic Block. It is good for them, in that securing Africa's resources and stabilizing it under a very harsh regime would give them all the power they could ever dream of, and a continent of men to use as soliders.

Its an Arabs/Persians dream - billions of black men to use and throw at anyone they please.

Cutting off and controlling any of those routes for trade or transport in North Africa, could be a decisive factor in quelling the voices against Al-Qaeda of the Maghreb and those in the Horn.

Further, people are always under the assumption that any of these nukes will fly from the middle east into the middle east.

But I doubt that is the case. Too nasty, too close together. Too many other serious problems would arise for any of them. China, Russia, probably won't respond well to a nuke going off in their vicinity. The USA is the least of the middle east's problems if they choose to set off a nuke. They don't share the same land, sea, and transport base.

But people would only cry about one hitting Africa. They wouldn't do anywhere near as much about it.

Plus you could use the radiation to drive transport out of an area for a good number of years. Cutting off important trade routes for the World in a "if I can't control it, you ain't gonna get it" move.

Anyways. That might be worst case scenario, which I'm not sure it quite where it is at yet.

I doubt what is happening is obviously decisive. It may however speak to the character of what is too come.

Nobody ever seems to wonder - what would the World be like if suddenly Africa found a powerful unifying force? What if that force is just starting to show its brutal self, and is starting to harden up its control for economic purposes. Because it sure ain't just for religious ones.

What is the World if Africa suddenly is something way different than it was just not that long ago? Something more stable, and perhaps way more dangerous?

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posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 01:51 AM
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Originally posted by Red Cloak
The Bible may predict that 10-10-09 is the start of the Battle of Armageddon. If that is true, combining that with the time wave of 1942/2009 would seem to point towards the atom bomb project starting. This would suggest that 10-26-09 would be the date of some sort of large scale nuclear war.

For my entertainment, would you mind posting your source? Not knocking the predictions validity, but i just couldn't find anything with a quick google on 10-10-09 and i like reading things like that.



posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 01:54 AM
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I don't want to trivialize the horrors of the 9/11 atrocity, but it was hardly one of the "greatest points of novelty in human history". Acts of terror are common. The slaughter of thousands of helpless civilians is also common. Throughout history, this tragedy has repeated itself endlessly, hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands of people being killed for various reasons, in various ways. There's no novelty in it.

This event was only "unique" in *American* history. We're not used to being attacked on our own land. In many cases, we're the aggressors, the ones doing the slaughtering of civilians. The 9/11 atrocity was nothing special or novel within human history.

I would say that the Moon walk would be a "novel" experience, assuming it happened (I believe it did, but many don't). Possibly the migration of humans to the Americas might be a novel event. The thing is, who decides what's "novel"? What makes something novel, and why? Would the founding of the United States be a "novelty"? Why? Other nations have formed following revolutions. The US was a major player in human history, but... is the novelty based on human history? What makes humans so special, then?



posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 02:11 AM
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Originally posted by chiron613
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I don't want to trivialize the horrors of the 9/11 atrocity, but it was hardly one of the "greatest points of novelty in human history". Acts of terror are common. The slaughter of thousands of helpless civilians is also common. Throughout history, this tragedy has repeated itself endlessly, hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands of people being killed for various reasons, in various ways. There's no novelty in it.

This event was only "unique" in *American* history. We're not used to being attacked on our own land. In many cases, we're the aggressors, the ones doing the slaughtering of civilians. The 9/11 atrocity was nothing special or novel within human history.

I would say that the Moon walk would be a "novel" experience, assuming it happened (I believe it did, but many don't). Possibly the migration of humans to the Americas might be a novel event. The thing is, who decides what's "novel"? What makes something novel, and why? Would the founding of the United States be a "novelty"? Why? Other nations have formed following revolutions. The US was a major player in human history, but... is the novelty based on human history? What makes humans so special, then?


Hmmm, I really disagree.



posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 02:25 AM
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Originally posted by chiron613
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I don't want to trivialize the horrors of the 9/11 atrocity, but it was hardly one of the "greatest points of novelty in human history". Acts of terror are common. The slaughter of thousands of helpless civilians is also common. Throughout history, this tragedy has repeated itself endlessly, hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands of people being killed for various reasons, in various ways. There's no novelty in it.

This event was only "unique" in *American* history. We're not used to being attacked on our own land. In many cases, we're the aggressors, the ones doing the slaughtering of civilians. The 9/11 atrocity was nothing special or novel within human history.

I would say that the Moon walk would be a "novel" experience, assuming it happened (I believe it did, but many don't). Possibly the migration of humans to the Americas might be a novel event. The thing is, who decides what's "novel"? What makes something novel, and why? Would the founding of the United States be a "novelty"? Why? Other nations have formed following revolutions. The US was a major player in human history, but... is the novelty based on human history? What makes humans so special, then?

I think this is true...But the aftermath is what was important about it -- and that IS reflected by the graph

oh and "is the novelty based on human history? What makes humans so special, then?"

Because we are the only species on earth capable of moving towards a technological singularity...What can animals do that advances anything?

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posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 02:40 AM
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yes i agree but where could this all be coming from?



posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 02:42 AM
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I found something interesting related to this date.


Quit India Movement: The Quit India Movement followed in the wake of the failure of the Cripps’ Mission. On July 14, 1942, the Congress Working Committee appealed to Britain to withdraw from India with goodwill so that a provisional government might be established which would cooperate with the United Nations in resisting aggression. The Committee, however, affirmed that "should this appeal fail the Congress will then be reluctantly compelled to utilise all the non-violent strength it might have a gathered since 1920". As scheduled, the AICC met in Bombay on August 7, 1942 and adopted a resolution which justified the demand for the British to ‘Quit India’ and explained its implications. Inter alia, it formulated the broad outlines of the Constitution of a provincial government including its composition and aims, outlined a solution to the communal problem and declared India’s aspirations for world peace and amity.

The All-India Congress Committee endorsed this Quit India Resolution on August 8, 1942. It authorised’ the starting of mass struggle on non-violent lines on the widest possible scale’. The evening after the Quit India Resolution was passed, Gandhi addressed these memorable words to the Indian people: "Every one of you should from this moment onwards consider yourself a free man or woman and act as if you are free…. I am not going to be satisfied with anything short of complete freedom. We shall do or die. We shall either free India or die in the attempt."

‘Quit India’, Bharat Chhoro’ Do or Die’ these simple but powerful slogans launched the legendary struggle which also became famous by the name of the "August Revolution".

The Government reacted sharply and let loose a reign of terror. Every canon of morality and human decency was violated in the name of preserving law and order. Authority made frequent use of bullets in quelling disturbances. The disturbances lacked both coherence as well as sound planning. The result was that in a few weeks the peak of their fury had been reached, to be followed by a rapid decline in overt action while the movement was driven underground. The Government did not relax its whip hand until satisfied that there was little chance of the movement reviving. The Revolt of 1942 failed because an unarmed people without leader and proper organisation could not win against the mighty strength of an imperial government in power.


Looks like civil unrest before the end of the year, or war with some other country.



posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 02:46 AM
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Originally posted by Schmidt1989
You know how many of these types of threads there have been over the years here on ATS?

This one is no different.

If something happens on Oct. 26th, I will make a video of myself eating my shoe and post it here.

I swear it.


Get the camera ready, I will cite "something" for you on the day. What exactly will be my prerogative, since you did not specify what and you did swear.



posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 03:08 AM
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Has anyone mentioned the moon "bombing" that's taking place on October 9th? Seems like this could have a novelty effect depending on what the results are.





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