posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 08:12 AM
Brothers and sisters, it is now less than 24 hours until that all important date and time that has brought so much speculation, fear, doom, hope, and
intellectual debate to various corners of the internet and the world. As the Winter Solstice draws nearer and the world moves ever closer to the end
of not only the Mayan calendar but a date and time with which numerous ancient and illuminated cultures were fascinated, you may be wondering now more
than ever, what is going to happen? Will we ascend to another dimension? Will there be a rapture for a select few chosen ones? Will the world descend
into chaos? Will we enter a new age with a new philosophical paradigm shift? Or will the world simply go on without so much as a minor disturbance at
The truth, as we shall soon see, is much, but not all, of the above. Alas, at this turn of the tide, I have been sent to you to reveal the truth
behind the nature of reality and what will soon come to pass.
I understand and fully expect that my message will not be received by everyone. Such is the nature of revelation; those who receive will receive,
those who do not receive will not receive. Some will mock, others will debate, others will understand. I have not come to debate, but to reveal
factual information. All I ask is that you read it in full with an open mind. I can attest that all I am about to say is 100% true.
We know the universe can be broken down into smaller and smaller components, and examined, studied, and to some degree, predicted. Matter is made up
of molecules, which are made up of atoms, which are made up of protons, electrons, and nuetrons. These particles can be further broken down into
subatomic particles. This is nothing new. What is also not new, but still often alarming to many, is that the atom is made up of almost entirely empty
space. If one were to build a replica of a Hydrogen atom to scale using a tennis ball as the nucleus, the orbiting electron would be thousands of
miles away. When we break the atom down further into subatomic particles, we have the same scenario; almost entirely empty space between the subatomic
particles that make up the atomic particle. Break down those subatomic particles even further and, well, the story repeats itself. Eventually,
everything can be broken down into 1-dimensional vibrating particles, which some scientists call strings. It would be a misnomer to refer to them as
particles, or as strings for that matter, because they consist of only 1 dimension with zero thickness. This means that, in reality, all of nature is
entirely empty space. It isn't "almost empty" as I previously stated, it is actually empty. There is no solidity to the world whatsoever; there is
no matter; there is only vibrational energy.
These "strings" all vibrate at the same single consistent unchanging frequency. These vibrations can mix to form constructive or destructive
interference, affecting their amplitudes, but the frequencies are always the same. This is the fundamental vibratory frequency of the physical plane.
All physical interactions and exchanges are ultimately caused by constructive or destructive interference among these vibrations.
What is constructive and destructive interference? For those without a background in physics or signal processing, here is a very brief
When two signals of equal frequency exist completely in phase, their amplitudes will be added (if their amplitudes were the same, the amplitude of the
new signal will be doubled). This is constructive interference.
When these two signals are completely out of phase, the crests of one wave are added to the troughs of the other, causing the signal to be cancelled
out entirely. This is destructive interference.
When two signals aren't entirely in or out of phase, their amplitudes are still added at each point, giving an amplitude that depends on how
out-of-phase the signals are. However, the important thing to note, is that the frequency is still the same.
In all of the above interactions, the signals of equal frequency combine to form a new signal with a different amplitude, but the same frequency
(except in the case where the amplitude is zero; there is no frequency).
All matter in the physical plane, when broken down far enough, consists of vibratory signals of a particular frequency. All physical interactions,
such as you pushing a door, a bat hitting a ball, a neutron colliding with an atom of PU-239, etc, ultimately when broken down consist of interactions
between signals of equal frequency resulting in interference that changes amplitude.
You may have been asking the question already, what about signals with different frequencies? Again, this will be review for any of you with a
background in physics or signal processing. When signals with different frequencies exist simultaneously, they do not result in any kind of
constructive or destructive interference. They exist both as a combined waveform, and as independent components. That is, no matter how many signals
are added together, as long as each signal is of a different frequency, the combined waveform can still be separated back into its original component
parts. I won't go into all the complex Fourier analysis required to explain how this is done, instead I will ask you to consider the radio.
A radio has an antenna that picks up radio waves in the air. In reality, there is only one waveform going into the antenna, a combined waveform made
up of signals of multiple frequencies. The radio can can still, however, extract each component signal from the combined signal and present to you
only the one you want to hear. When you tune a radio to say, 99.3 FM, you're telling it to extract the signal running at 99.3 Hz and ignore the other
signals that contributed to forming the combined wave. The interesting phenomenon is that if you broadcast a signal at 99.3 Hz, and I decide to start
broadcasting a signal at 107.7 Hz in the same location, and I crank up the amplitude to overpower your signal, the two signals do not in any way
interfere and the listener tuned into your signal detects no difference at all whether my signal is present or not. If, on the other hand, I broadcast
a signal at the same frequency, the signals will interfere and the listener will hear what each of us are broadcasting like two people talking at the
same time trying to drown each other out.
So it's established that:
1. Signals of equal frequency can interact with each other to form new signals of different amplitude, but the result will still have the same
2. Signals of different frequency can exist simultaneously in the same medium, without interacting or interfering with each other in any way.