posted on Jul, 12 2012 @ 04:04 PM
Originally posted by Wifibrains
Etc. Exellent explanation and great thread, I've bee thinking along these lines, or curves should I say. This all ties into conciousness somehow.
Energy. I tried to explain this as planetary movements here, www.abovetopsecret.com...
Sounded crazy as hell lol, thinking about this I began to question CERN in the S&T forum, bad move lol.
Now reading this thread has given me more understanding of what I've been trying to work out.
So, what happens when we reach that point where we still exsist? Will we smash into ourselves or will we be moved aside by a vibrational
Huh... I actually see what you're going for in your threads, though I don't have anything additional to add to them.
As for what happens, well please keep in mind that despite the confidence of the thread title, this is still speculation based on observation.
That said... exploring the speculation: Nothing will happen except our need to change our perceptions and means of measuring time. In the example
given we will continue to move smoothly around the 3D curve like we always have thus in "reality" nothing will change. However our perception will be
that everything in the 2D "reality" we have become attached to will have flipped around (notice that the universe is stable, but all our social
institutions seem to be going into meltdown... the universe is 3D, our social institutions are 2D... metaphorically speaking of course).
There are some metaphors that can be made based on where the "light" is positioned to cause the shadows, etc. So for example if the light is in the
middle of the spiral and we are looking "outward" then what would happen is we would simply "cease to perceive the shadow of time" as we came around
the curve (50% of the bars wouldn't be cast on the "wall" and thus would just be pure light). We'd have no "dark line" to fixate on and stay attached
to, and thus would have nothing to do but "see the light".
These all carry philosophical/theological implications, but you can see how they would also carry simple mechanical ways of describing the mechanical
observation of time/universe.
Thus why the Mayan calendar for example would be the "end of time", and we'd transition into a "golden age" out of "darkness". Meaning we cease
following the distorted shadow of time, and just see time as it is and experience it as it is.
Yin/Yang. When we get to the other side, if we'll be able to go back to watching the shadow again and "go for a ride on the roller coaster of
illusion" once more.
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