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Time speeding up? Until point zero? Are we getting closer?

 
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Here's a video that explains it

Jay Weidner - Monochronic Time & Polychromatic Time


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Re: Time speeding up? Until point zero? Are we getting closer?
Damn! Is it 2pm already?
grinning On a serious note, I'm feeling it too. I feels like I'm bolting full pelt toward something, but I don't know what.
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Dave? Dave's not here.
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I think it skipped tonight. Must of been about 11pm, I was driving and there was a car 1/4 mile ahead of me, Im jsut following the tail lights down the highway, then all of a sudden the car skipped 50 feet, it hurt my head, felt like I stroked 0ut for a second
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bump for timetards! hf
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"within
the McKenna theory, all of the 64 time-scales peak together.
That is, they assert:
a 4,300-year cycle from urbanization to the dawn
of modern science;
a 384-year cycle in which science has caused more
upsurge of novelty than in that 4,300-year cycle;
a 67-year cycle (from the technological breakthroughs
of the 1940s, including nuclear energy and
DNA, to the peak in 2012) in which there will be more
acceleration than there was between Galileo and Hiroshima;
a 384-day cycle in 2011-2012 when there will be
more transformations than in all the previous cycles;
a 6-day cycle at the end of that in which things will
move even faster; and so on, down to a grand climax in
which, as they say,
in the last 135 minutes, 18 such barriers (i.e., barriers
comparable to the appearance of life, the invention
of language or the achievement of immortality—
R.A.W.) will be crossed, 13 of them in the last 75 x
104 seconds.91
That is, in the last two hours before Peak, we will
achieve 18 extensions of consciousness and power, each one
comparable to the passing from sea to land or from Earth to
Space.
And in the last .0075 seconds of the Great Cycle we will
pass through 13 such transformations."



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 Quoting: Wubbo Ockels

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The idea being, once we can handle it all down here, then we can live and explore eternally, responsibly, because we know what not to do, and not be resentful about being responsible, so we don't start a polarity domino effect in the other realms of existence."

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HATE to be the one to say it but isn't it or would it be our perceptions of time?
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Yep, time's speeding up alright. I witnessed it firsthand very noticeably around August 20th of last year. It was very surreal to experience something so vividly.
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Yep, time's speeding up alright. I witnessed it firsthand very noticeably around August 20th of last year. It was very surreal to experience something so vividly.
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And not only that, I also experienced something else around the same time. As if I felt the entire world is united in one consciousness. Although to be more precise, it didn't actually prove it, but it gave credence to this notion of this global "one consciousness." I'll remember it for the rest of my life. :)

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Here's a video that explains it

Jay Weidner - Monochronic Time & Polychromatic Time


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I took a flight very early from STL to San Diego about 3 months ago. I walked across the border into Mexico Then back across around 8pm. This was the longest and most familiar feeling day I've had since I was a kid.
I never realized just how much quicker my days are speeding past me until that day.
Due to that trip, my estimate is that I've somehow lost about 1.5 to 2 hours of every day. There's something about aging that causes this time slippage, apparently.
It felt good to enjoy a full day again. Very pleasing. It felt like a gift.
So as an experiment, if a person were to fly daily 2 hours westward and back in time, one could feel like a kid again for a week. I am aware of Greenwich and the International Dateline, however. 12 days if one started in Greenwich and traveled westward jumping 2 hours each day.
That would be impossibly amazing.

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DON'T WASTE OUR VALUABLE TIME WITH THIS UTTER DRIVEL - THE PRODUCT OF THE MIND OF AN UNEDUCATED THICKO
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its already september...
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yeah this year went fast for me so far.

I feel the compression that is talked about in the video.



RANT: But if the government wasn't such a huge asshole right now I think we all would be really enjoying this time and really getting closer to our most profound truths.

Instead greed for money is taught to us from a young age and we are spoiled rotten pukes because of it. So off to war and corptocacy tax wage slavery during what should be the most enlightening experience of our lives.
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DON'T WASTE OUR VALUABLE TIME WITH THIS UTTER DRIVEL - THE PRODUCT OF THE MIND OF AN UNEDUCATED THICKO
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Counter productive all caps ad hom.

Based on your calculations we shouldn't listen to you either.

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I been saying this! I noticed that time has been FLYING lately. I'll go in to work and its going on some damn 4pm. I'll get home and look up, its 9PM. Time has sped up somehow
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I thought the same thing.

Then I realized that time started going faster at one decisive point.

I got a new weed man :)
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HATE to be the one to say it but isn't it or would it be our perceptions of time?
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Since time only exist in our perception, of course!
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does anyone think that the theoretical timewave zero is possibly correlating to gatherings of like minded people together?
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YES.

Mckenna: "Find the others."

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Oh....here they are. chuckle

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bump something is definitely changing
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bump something is definitely changing
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You got that right. Noticed it very vividly myself.
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Did you ever notice how when you are going on a long road trip that the getting there part of the trip always seems so much faster than the coming home part of the trip? I'm figuring its an effect of anticipation (a thought form). We are anticipating this shift so I liken it to the road trip, anticipation makes time appear to go by faster.
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I was thinking along similar lines... I was trying to think of instances of human behavior that usually coincide with losing track of time. Any time the body is in an alert/excited/energized state, it is more difficult to observe the passage of time. Playing sports, hiking, working out, watching a scary movie or thriller, playing video games, etc. Your example works too. The Schumann Resonance of the Earth (also referred to as the heartbeat of the Earth) is increasing and as it increases our bodies are said to match that frequency. A continuously subtle increase in this frequency would be much more difficult to discern & pinpoint than a sudden and dramatic increase in our energized state. So to me it makes sense that individuals would only have a vague awareness that our state of being was changing, but ultimately if our internal rhythms/frequency was rising, it would lead to less awareness of the passage of time.

Maybe this experience of our internal electromagnetic rhythms/frequencies increasing to match the frequency of the Earth coincides with McKenna's TimeWave Zero theory. As this process continues one would imagine we would lose track of time altogether (or time as we had come to understand it). I believe there are references to the changing nature of time in some of the Native American prophecies, reference to a returning to 'natural time' . I remember an interview with Gregg Braden and I can't remember if he was talking about Hopi or Mayan prophecy but there was the message that we would reach a point where it would no longer make sense to track time in the manner in which we had become accustomed to.

Interesting times indeed.

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That makes a lot of sense to me. I could see linking into the Time Wave Zero theory and it would explain a lot about our perception of time speeding up.
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I can only do about 1/10th of what I used to do in a day.....and nothing else has changed. More and more things that I used to do regularly get put off because I don't have the time. Some of my friends say the same thing. Different ages / young & old. Weird.
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Well, I know that, but for me it seems to be because -
1)I have always been a lazy bum at heart.

2)I now live in rural Mexico, and it seems an effect of the energy of the land.

3)I laid-off all my employees and threw away all my alarm clocks, went into simi-retirement, because given my situation, it simply is not necessary for me to work like a dog anymore.

BTW, A 16 hour work day now seems to pass for me in about 3 hours...FWIW. That barely gives me time to tend the garden for a few minutes, and make my first cup of coffee a little GLP, and it is already noon, then start a little work or go to the store in town, and then second cup of coffee, a little GLP, take a piss, getting dark already, cook some food, take a shower, a little more GLP, it is midnight already, rinse and repeat.


...other people here get work done though. It's a personal thing....
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Dear people, there are two kinds of time: monochronic time & polychromatic time.

The feeling that time is speeding up is very real.

Jay Weidner explains it in this video.



Jay Weidner - Monochronic Time & Polychromatic Time


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When I was a kid, maybe 10 or 12 years old (I'm 63) the way we were taught that you could count seconds without a clock was say "one thousand one, one thousand two...etc. (I've also heard saying "Mississippi one, Mississippi two) It worked, and had tried it many times with various clocks and never failed to work out. I read time was speeding up a while back so the other day I tried the old method and much to my surprise the seconds on my watch went faster. I tried it on other clocks...same results. By the time I count to ten seconds, 11 seconds have passed. Try it yourself.
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Hmm...I get what you are saying but I don't think that's an accurate test of time passage. Too many factors...I can say Mississippi fast or slow. But the consensus here is that time really is moving faster. One part of it is growing up...im in my 20s now and remember summer lasting forever. Summer was a lifetime!
That's just one aspect. Time passes faster when you grow older.
The second component is that time perhaps really is moving faster. so a combination of two, especially for someone in their early 20's, makes it very noticeable.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23461587


It's true there are variables in how fast one says Mississippi or thousand. I remember vividly doing this as a kid, saying it in a natural flow the way I normally speak. I don't think I talk faster these days...lol. Yet, I really was astounded when I did it recently and almost couldn't believe it and tried again, and again even right before I posted my comment. And it actually seemed I sped up my pronunciation a bit to accommodate it, as the first couple times I did it as I remembered the result was 2 or 3 seconds faster to a count of ten.
True, as we age, time does seem to go faster. I also remember as a youth my parents saying something like "the older you get the faster time goes". I've taken that into account, so that's why I tried the test. Truly, it seems time is moving much faster. Yet, could it be our intelligence or the advancement of technology that makes us perceive it as so? I would doubt those thoughts would be the reason...but...who knows for sure?
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^Woops! I meant I don't think I talk SLOWER these days!
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Maybe a few will remember that old 60's outer limits episode called The Premonition, where time gradually slows down to a crawl. It directly mirrors time dilation as the "time-tards" are suggesting.

YouTube cleared out all those videos unfortunately.

Here is the plot from Wiki-
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Jim Darcy, the pilot of an X-15 rocket-powered research aircraft, and his wife, Linda, become trapped 10 seconds ahead of their time, enabling them to watch time unfold to catch up with them at the rate of about one second every 30 minutes. In the time left before returning to synch with normal time, they see that their daughter, Janie, is about to be hit by a rolling military truck whose parking brake had not been set. Jim and Linda's inability to move objects in the "real" world prevents them from resetting the truck's parking brake or pulling young Janie out of danger. Their problem is aggravated as they soon learn that at the moment when time "catches up" with them, they must assume the exact positions they had been in five hours earlier, when this whole thing started, or they could remain in that state forever.

They meet an unnamed and seemingly malevolent individual (played by Kay Kuter and identified only as "Limbo Being" in the Cast) who earlier experienced the same situation, but failed to make it back in time. When it reveals that it could take from them their chances to return to reality Jim and Linda come to see just how grave their situation is: one or both could end up being stuck in this state forever.

On discovering that he can move and manipulate items in the crashed plane and car, Jim hits upon a way to save his daughter from death. He removes seatbelts from his wife's car and ties them to the back wheel of the menacing truck. He then ties the other end around the brake lever so that the truck's brakes will engage the moment the time warp ends. (It was, by that time, moving at 10 mph.)

With no time to spare, they hurry back to the crash site and assume their original positions. When time catches up the seatbelt pulls the emergency brake, stopping the truck. Their daughter is safe, the world returns to normal, and no one the wiser.
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if the mckenna theory is correct time is both speeding up and slowing down, perception will be in flux x oo, everyone will be "correct"

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Maybe a few will remember that old 60's outer limits episode called The Premonition, where time gradually slows down to a crawl. It directly mirrors time dilation as the "time-tards" are suggesting.

YouTube cleared out all those videos unfortunately.

Here is the plot from Wiki-
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Jim Darcy, the pilot of an X-15 rocket-powered research aircraft, and his wife, Linda, become trapped 10 seconds ahead of their time, enabling them to watch time unfold to catch up with them at the rate of about one second every 30 minutes. In the time left before returning to synch with normal time, they see that their daughter, Janie, is about to be hit by a rolling military truck whose parking brake had not been set. Jim and Linda's inability to move objects in the "real" world prevents them from resetting the truck's parking brake or pulling young Janie out of danger. Their problem is aggravated as they soon learn that at the moment when time "catches up" with them, they must assume the exact positions they had been in five hours earlier, when this whole thing started, or they could remain in that state forever.

They meet an unnamed and seemingly malevolent individual (played by Kay Kuter and identified only as "Limbo Being" in the Cast) who earlier experienced the same situation, but failed to make it back in time. When it reveals that it could take from them their chances to return to reality Jim and Linda come to see just how grave their situation is: one or both could end up being stuck in this state forever.

On discovering that he can move and manipulate items in the crashed plane and car, Jim hits upon a way to save his daughter from death. He removes seatbelts from his wife's car and ties them to the back wheel of the menacing truck. He then ties the other end around the brake lever so that the truck's brakes will engage the moment the time warp ends. (It was, by that time, moving at 10 mph.)

With no time to spare, they hurry back to the crash site and assume their original positions. When time catches up the seatbelt pulls the emergency brake, stopping the truck. Their daughter is safe, the world returns to normal, and no one the wiser.

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Dear people, there are two kinds of time: monochronic time & polychromatic time.

The feeling that time is speeding up is very real.

Jay Weidner explains it in this video.



Jay Weidner - Monochronic Time & Polychromatic Time


 Quoting: RoXY


His interviews are usually pretty interesting but to be completely honest this one seemed a little disjointed and off for some reason.

"You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger"
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Have you noticed too how it never really feels like there's a "first of the month" any more? It's like we get to the end of one month and pow! We're already five or six days into the next month.
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It could be that we are being brainwased into sleeping by tptb and every now and again we wake up from the trance we are in and freek out a little and wonder whats happening with the time,i just think time is moving faster because all of us are not paying enough attention to life.

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