Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Time Waves, Pesach Possibilities and Dec 21, 2012



Terence McKenna was a super-genius.  According to his Time Wave Zero Theory - which you can understand by watching the video above or read about it by clicking here - the last days of Pesach, will see a descent into Novelty - which simply means a time of ACTION -  and this novelty will continue until the infamous date December 21, 2012.

The TimeWave Zero graph is supposed to depict the ebb and flow of novelty and habit in the universe. When the timeline climbs up, habit [routine, convention, ruts to get stuck in] increases. When the line dips down, novelty [creativity, connectedness, weirdness] increases. A built-in feature of the wave is that at a certain point it hits the bottom of the graph — it goes off the scale. Novelty is maximized, as far as the variables of this system [the universe] go.

Coincidentally..... Terence McKenna's time-line ended on one specific date - December 21, 2012 - the same date as the ''end'' of the Mayan calendar [note: at the time, McKenna did not know about the Mayan calendar date].

If you want to download Time Wave Zero click here.

Basically, history repeats. Events happen in time waves. Future eventful times can be predicted by looking at the Time Wave patterns. And the end of Pesach is one of those times when we start to descend into NOVELTY.

This ties in with statements by several gedolim/rabbis regarding Pesach this year:

Rav Scheinberg zt"l: ''Mashiah is Mamash at the entrance''
Rabbi Shlomo Wolbe zt"l: Mashiach is ready to come
Rav Ovadia Yosef shlita: "prepare for Mashiach this Pesach"


[Hat tip to Soul Mazal for this fascinating topic.]

9 comments:

  1. Devorah, I have to ask for clarification, because I need help. I've watched the video, checked the graph on the linked page, and... I don't see a date anywhere near this Pesach. There's mention of 3/22/11, but nothing this year (aside from the 12/21/12 reference). Where are you seeing this?

    Checking the chart, it shows a 'peak' in April, but that's weeks after Pesach. I'm either confused or just stupidly not seeing what you are. Please help.

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  2. I'm not sure what you're looking at, but the version I downloaded shows Pesach 5772 is the last highest date before descent [into novelty]. Try this link and you can see that April it peaks, and then descends: http://www.fractal-timewave.com/timewave_calculator.php#content

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  3. In fact, at the bottom of the graph it tells you:
    Maximum: April 9, 2012
    Minimum: December 21, 2012

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  4. If the low points are novelty...what are the high points?

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  5. When the timeline climbs up, it refers to habit [routine, convention]
    When the timeline drops, we have ''novelty'' - eventful times.

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  6. I think Rosh Hashana looks pretty novel.

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  7. It would be interesting to see what, if anything the Torah codes say about TM.

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  8. Time is speeding up, IMHO. I don't know if it has anything to do with the I Ching, however. Knowledge is increasing. Man is running to and fro. Just like Daniel said would happen.

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  9. I don't think anything is by accident. The IChing was merely a tool - a piece of the puzzle. Our sources say there is wisdom in the nations. Not only Jews have deep brains.

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