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So you basically are saying that it COULD be all mumbo jumbo but that it is possibly going to be the result of some kind of "quantum event" that
doesn't exactly happen on 2012 but results in something happening on that date.
It is a possibility, but it lacks any shred of evidence.
A few things we know for sure.. We are thousands of years overdue for a pole shift, the sun is doing some odd things lately (possibly transitioning
into a new solar period like the "Maunder Minimum"
) and we know that the solar system's
protective "bubble", the heliosphere, is inexplicably deteriorating.
Sun's protective 'bubble' is
Without the helisophere, it would definately be a bad day to be living on earth. Since the helisphere appears to be shrinking and deteriorating in
strength, the trend may continue until it no longer acts to "sheild" earth as it does now. I've also read before that lulls in solar activity and
its overall magnetic field strength might directly coincide with certain mass extinction events. Although we may never know for sure, what we do know
is that solar activity has an immense impact on life on earth and without the helisophere nearly all life on earth would eventually cease to exist.
Another interesting bit is "Timewave Zero".
Timewave zero" is a numerological formula that purports to calculate the ebb and flow of "novelty", defined as increase in the universe's
interconnectedness, or organised complexity, over time. According to Terence McKenna, who conceived the idea over several years in the early-mid 1970s
while using psilocybin mushrooms and '___', the universe has a teleological attractor at the end of time that increases interconnectedness, eventually
reaching a singularity of infinite complexity in 2012, at which point anything and everything imaginable will occur simultaneously.
McKenna expressed "novelty" in a computer program, which purportedly produces a waveform known as timewave zero or the timewave. Based on McKenna's
interpretation of the King Wen sequence of the I Ching, the graph appears to show great periods of novelty corresponding with major shifts in
humanity's biological and cultural evolution. He believed the events of any given time are recursively related to the events of other times, and
chose the atomic bombing of Hiroshima as the basis for calculating his end date in November 2012. When he later discovered this date's proximity to
the end of the 13th b'ak'tun of the Maya calendar, he revised his hypothesis so that the two dates matched.
The first edition of The Invisible Landscape refers to 2012 (as the year, not a specific day) only twice. It was only in 1983, with the publication of
Sharer's revised table of date correlations in the 4th edition of Morley's The Ancient Maya, that each became convinced that December 21, 2012, had
significant meaning. McKenna subsequently included this specific date throughout the second edition of The Invisible Landscape, published in 1993.
We've been discussing Timewave Zero and it's relation to 2012 in the following thread by Evasius:
Timewave Zero - Countdown to Transition
Essentially, it is a formula that was made into a computer program that contains, in graph format, the relationship between what McKenna called
"novelty" and time. The formula predicts December 21, 2012 being important. However, the simple fact that "novelty" would end on December 21,
2012 doesn't mean mankind would end on December 21, 2012. "Novelty" could represent the earth's collective, group subconscious. Or, the entire
theory could be nonsense. McKenna's ideas and theories were a little off the wall. But you have to admit it is interesting to contemplate.
If McKenna's formula is somehow correct, which is still in question, it begs the philosophical question: What does novelty really represent? It
could be that all life one earth is genetically "programmed" to be linked together in a way we can't physically see. This idea is supported by
things like psychic abilities, SRV or Scientific Remote Viewing and Precognition. But if his formula was correct and novelty really does exist
somehow, it could be that on December 21, 2012 we finally realize what "novelty" represents and the software can't see past that point because we
are "aware" of what it means at a conscious level.
In any event, the idea of "novelty" representing an interconnectedness of life on earth coincides with what great minds and religious figures have
told us for centuries, which is, essentially that we are all "one". It is also supported by the idea of parallel universes, the zero point field
and all other "fields" or "dimensions" we don't know about yet which permeate the known universe.
It is theorized that dark matter is simply gravity bleeding through from parallel universes. Thus, dark matter can exist in our universe independent
of any star or physical object. In a book I just finished reading, called "The Universe in a Nutshell" by Steven Hawking, this is exactly what he
sais. If thisis the case, the truth is stranger than anyone could've ever imagined. Plus, it opens up a Pandora's box of possibilities and future