posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 05:02 PM
Time is something that in my opinion many people don't understand. I believe that any idea that the future is immutable, that an event is inevitable,
is only true for those who are incapable of making choices which will allow them to prevent entering into the reality where those things happen.
Free Will is limited. Everyone thinks they have it, but many people are easily predicted because they don't realize what it means or how to exercise
it. Others are less easy, it depends on where you stand in the time-space continuum and your own ability to forecast the future. Everyone in theory
has the ability to forecast events, to plan ahead, but forethought is something most of humanity does not exercise in a useful way.
People who can see the future and have free will create ripples around their reality where their future choices are distorted to other people trying
to view the same future. Where an event occurs where there are many prescient people viewing, time becomes so distorted that it becomes next to
impossible to see beyond it unless your one of the people creating the distortions, in which case the accuracy of your prediction is based upon your
ability to trace and predict the actions of the other people also viewing the same event. This becomes even more true when you have people who are not
merely viewing, but trying to control the outcome.
In short, the actions of one prescient person is always concealed from another when the other person has less ability with prescience. This ranges to
people who can't even see into tomorrow to people who can see 50,000 years in the future. Of course with the way time lines diverge and possibilities
emerge and sink within time, 50k years is virtually pointless except as a form of exercise.
Thus 2012, with the massive number of people trying to see into and beyond it, is extremely distorted in the time-space continuum. Many people have
seen beyond it, those who have not (who have seen "THE END") are seeing things which are possible but not necessarily probable or likely.