We have been throwing around a number of synchronistic experiences that seem to be fitting for the times. The advent of the so-called 2012 count was first spoken of by the late Terrence McKenna and the idea of Timewave Zero.
The Timewave Zero theory was developed by McKenna as a replacement for science’s notion of time as linear and unpredictable. The idea of Timewave Zero theory is that time actually has a structure, a topology; it can be described in somewhat the same way that a stock market can be described. Time is actually a series of fluctuations, of spikes and falls in consciousness.
According to McKenna, the universe has a conscious attractor at the end of time that increases interconnectedness or meaningful coincidence, eventually reaching a singularity of infinite complexity in 2012, at which point anything and everything imaginable will occur simultaneously.
I know that it sounds over the top, and it should, considering that most of what we are talking about, the theories of complexity and synchronistic anomaly, were all given to us by a researcher whose work was done while he was on LSD.
McKenna’s Timewave Zero waveform, when placed over a timeline of human history, appears to show great periods of synchronicity corresponding with major shifts in humanity’s biology and socio-cultural revolution: the life of Jesus, both World Wars, the Kennedy assassination, etc.
Timewave Zero, in McKenna’s interpretation, ends on December 21st, 2012– the same date the Mayan long-count calendar ends.
Now we can see that perhaps there is some method to all of the madness. And after some reading and pensive thought, I am seeing a pattern that I hope fizzles under the weight of faith and positive action on the part of American citizens.
December 21st, 2012 does not have to be a doomsday; we all know this. But the big question is: does your government know it?
As much as I try to establish the idea that perhaps that we should get a fresh grip of faith with doomsday matters, I get the sense of mounting fear from people that makes them resolve that, even though the due date of December 21st, 2012 is all part of some mind-controlling tool, they are still hedging their bets way into the new year of 2013.
There is an enormous concern in intelligence agencies about various plans being launched during the events of December 21st, 2012. I was not aware of such a confluence of plans until I was researching a number of possible scenarios being planned by the government, and got into a bit of hot water. I can only describe it thus: an alphabet agency appears to be telling me to stop what I was doing.
I was unable to determine the validity of the statements. However, it was enough to get me to investigate further about what may be ahead and I am only going to report what I am seeing in the news and connecting the dots in what only can be described as ‘sychronspiracy’.
There are many dots to connect on the matters of doomsday. While fears of climate change, civil unrest and global economic volatility are in the headlines, there are some very interesting synchronicities to consider about what plans are being forged for the elite to be protected in the event of some major disaster.
There is a sense of unease in the zeitgeist that grips the average American. We see distress happening little by little. When the collective consciousness is working overtime, manifestations are seen, coincidence abounds, and in some cases we should pay attention to these meaningful coincidences because they are indicators of what is to come.
Mythologies and superstitions about 2012 are pervasive in new age circles, but when blatant synchronicity shakes you, you really should wake up and understand that there is some force that wants your undivided attention.
The Washington Post had a headline that caught my attention today. In bold face type I saw the words: “The GOP’s bizarre ‘doomsday plan’.” I immediately dropped everything I was doing to focus on what was being presented in the article written by Ezra Klein. The story, published on December 5th, 2012, indicated what I had always feared: that government is willing to induce a doomsday scenario or a “cold” doomsday crisis in order to save face and insure continuity of government.
Typically, a “doomsday plan” is meant to help you survive the aftermath of doomsday. During the Cold War, for instance, the U.S. had a doomsday plan meant to protect the president and ensure the continued functioning of the U.S. government in the event of a nuclear attack.
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