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Other energies are continuously growing, evolving and expanding, just like our universe is. This 'getting' energy has grown as far as it will do, it has no more room for growth and expansion. It has levelled out, the wind has gone from its sails and now it is in rapid decent.
Timewave zero is a numerological formula that purports to calculate the ebb and flow of “novelty”, defined as increase over time in the universe’s interconnectedness, or organized complexity.
Quite the mouthful, but in lighter terms timewave zero is basically what philosopher Terence McKenna believes to be the point in time where anything and everything imaginable will occur simultaneously.
He says that the “universe has a teleological attractor at the end of time that increases interconnectedness, eventually reaching a singularity of infinite complexity on December 21, 2012.”
Originally posted by Xaphan
reply to post by theabsolutetruth
Yes! I do find myself to be more in tune with my mind and my true self since I started eating less preserved foods and cut sugars out. As I said I hardly consume alcohol anymore either. I do once in a blue moon. The strange thing is how I just suddenly wanted to stop doing these things. It's almost like I just woke up one day and it was already decided for me that I would abstain from these substances. I also have an aversion to dairy products now.
The only thing I do use on a day to day basis is nicotine. But I don't think that's as harmful to the mind as processed sugars and alcohol.
Just out of curiosity, is caffeine harmful to the brain? I don't drink it anyways because I'm allergic. My sister consumes a hell of a lot of caffeine and I've always wondered if it can be harmful in the long run.
edit on 1-5-2012 by Xaphan because: (no reason given)
As we look at the orbital sequence of this planet, as calculated by the Sumerians, we are reminded that its orbit around the sun was 3600 years. If its last visit to this inner solar system was about 3500-3600 years ago, then its last visitation was about the year of 1487-1587 BCE. The biblical chronologers have written that the entry of the Israelites with their judge, Joshua was in the year of 1422 BCE, 41 years after leaving Egypt in ruins during the Exodus in 1463 BCE. According to the Mayans, the End of the Fifth World Age will occur on December 21, 2012. Is it not amazing that the images of the plagues of Egypt and the apocalyptic redemption of the Israelites in the Great Exodus could have been the memories of a catastrophic fly-by of this same planetary solar system 3500-3600 years prior?
Outer space poses a threat to the Solar System. This time it was declared not by homegrown advocates of the near doomsday, but solid astrophysicists. Earlier this year the 217th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society was held in Seattle where the most dangerous objects for our planet were named.
One of the most dangerous objects is the Oort cloud, a giant bubble containing billions of ice and rock boulders. Researchers believe that these objects are constantly circulating through the solar system as comets, leaving deep craters when coming into contact with planets. They fell on Earth as well. Although the Oort cloud is located at a distance of 50,000 to 100,000 astronomical units from the Sun, under the influence of stellar gravity, planets in our solar system, including Earth, may undergo an active comet bombardment. At least, John Bochanski from the University of Pennsylvania believes this to be a possibility. Recently, astrophysicists John Mathis and Daniel Whitmire) from the University of Louisiana came to the conclusion that within the Oort cloud there must be an object whose mass is two times heavier than that of Jupiter's - perhaps a gas giant or a cold star. The distance to it is approximately 30,000 astronomical units. An object dubbed Tyche, the goddess of fortune, is a sister of the sinister Nemesis star. Incidentally, according to some predictions, next year (also called Nibiru and Planet X) will destroy the Earth.