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

 
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Quoting my nephew..

If today were my birthday , and say next year I would be 40, one more year, to be exact which will probably feel like 30 minutes due the acceleration rate of age-vectored time perception. ..

I read a piece of a scientific paper a while back where these scientists attempted to measure the acceleration of time perception as we age and they said something like at age 40 time seems 1.5x normal (from birth) and at age 75 it's like 2.5x. Not sure about the numbers, but I certainly have noticed this effect since I was in my early twenties and I've been paying close attention to it over the years. I'm trying to tie that into my theoretical physics hypotheses about the realities of time (if there even is such a thing...there likely is).

So as of today I'm like at 1.42x the normal perception of time.


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Time is not "speeding up". However, thanks to the technology in your hands and in the air, the PERCEPTION that time is accelerating is beginning to see results.

This is a physical manifestation within the biological brain as opposed to one that is an actual acceleration within. The physical growth of a plant, human, or the decay of an element in orbit is essentially the same.

Interestingly, due to their still undeveloped brains, children are not impacted by these waveforms to the extent that adults are.

Pain that radiates from the brain into the neck is the most common side effect.
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Technology in the air????

This temporal effect is connected to the Schumann Resonance.
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Quoting my nephew..

If today were my birthday , and say next year I would be 40, one more year, to be exact which will probably feel like 30 minutes due the acceleration rate of age-vectored time perception. ..

I read a piece of a scientific paper a while back where these scientists attempted to measure the acceleration of time perception as we age and they said something like at age 40 time seems 1.5x normal (from birth) and at age 75 it's like 2.5x. Not sure about the numbers, but I certainly have noticed this effect since I was in my early twenties and I've been paying close attention to it over the years. I'm trying to tie that into my theoretical physics hypotheses about the realities of time (if there even is such a thing...there likely is).

So as of today I'm like at 1.42x the normal perception of time.


Mind boggling
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This is the rate that is accelerating. This acceleration can be easily controlled.
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cool and interesting thanks.
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This thread resonates with the threads on spirals posted by Swinging on Spirals.

I think time is seeming to speed up because we have so many choices today - more than we used to have. In the 60's we had only 3 tv channels, now there are hundreds. Same with music - the radio had a few channels, now we have Sirius with hundreds of channels. It is overwhelming just to decide what to pay attention to.

At the same time, our choices in the way of fashion seem stagnant. Not much has changed in the way people dress over the past 20 years. But our technology has advanced super strongly!

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I think so. Einstein predicted that at the speed of light it might be possible to bend time and I saw an article the other day about NASA working on a warp drive. One of Mckennas ideas was that at point zero, time wasn't linear anymore and that might mean a time machine was made. Im excited... orrrr am i nervoused?
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im just looking for actualy proof about the schumann resonance actually causing 24 hours to feel like 16 hours. sorry if any info's been posted i cant remember and dont have time to go back through 17 pages...

videos and nice and all and so are some websites which would be okay but basically im looking for something I can how people who I've told this too (like a freaking loon) and can't find anything to back it up...anything on the deep web?
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I think so. Einstein predicted that at the speed of light it might be possible to bend time and I saw an article the other day about NASA working on a warp drive. One of Mckennas ideas was that at point zero, time wasn't linear anymore and that might mean a time machine was made. Im excited... orrrr am i nervoused?
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I enjoy McKenna's musings, however I don't personally believe that any such 'time machine' will be the catalyst for this 'change' in how we perceive time. Various Native American prophecies spoke of a 'return to Natural time'. I don't sense that this was ever rooted in technological innovations. I believe it to be a return to a certain level of collective consciousness that will drastically alter how we perceive and think about 'time'. Imagine every individual consciousness only being capable of residing in the present moment, with absolutely no capacity for fearing the future or being burdened by regret/anger tied to the past. Under these circumstances I'd imagine there would be no need for tracking time in terms of man-made intervals (hours/weeks/months/years) - unnatural time.

As far as the catalyst for this return to a higher level of conscious awareness/experience, I think it will be some combination of the cosmic ingredients (sun, galactic center, photon belt?). Perhaps as a collective whole, we are also creating the evolution through self-awareness and interconnectivity (which is also facilitated by technology). I think it's a combination of a multitude of factors that are all contributing to the same endeavor.

The reason I believe ancient cultures had knowledge of these changes is because these 'events' are cyclical cosmic configurations and therefore, predictable.

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I think so. Einstein predicted that at the speed of light it might be possible to bend time and I saw an article the other day about NASA working on a warp drive. One of Mckennas ideas was that at point zero, time wasn't linear anymore and that might mean a time machine was made. Im excited... orrrr am i nervoused?
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I enjoy McKenna's musings, however I don't personally believe that any such 'time machine' will be the catalyst for this 'change' in how we perceive time. Various Native American prophecies spoke of a 'return to Natural time'. I don't sense that this was ever rooted in technological innovations. I believe it to be a return to a certain level of collective consciousness that will drastically alter how we perceive and think about 'time'. Imagine every individual consciousness only being capable of residing in the present moment, with absolutely no capacity for fearing the future or being burdened by regret/anger tied to the past. Under these circumstances I'd imagine there would be no need for tracking time in terms of man-made intervals (hours/weeks/months/years) - unnatural time.

As far as the catalyst for this return to a higher level of conscious awareness/experience, I think it will be some combination of the cosmic ingredients (sun, galactic center, photon belt?). Perhaps as a collective whole, we are also creating the evolution through self-awareness and interconnectivity (which is also facilitated by technology). I think it's a combination of a multitude of factors that are all contributing to the same endeavor.

The reason I believe ancient cultures had knowledge of these changes is because these 'events' are cyclical cosmic configurations and therefore, predictable.
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time travel with a human? no.

but time traveling information, just one quibit, through quantum meens, COULD happen, imo, by the end of this year, imo.
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I think so. Einstein predicted that at the speed of light it might be possible to bend time and I saw an article the other day about NASA working on a warp drive. One of Mckennas ideas was that at point zero, time wasn't linear anymore and that might mean a time machine was made. Im excited... orrrr am i nervoused?
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I enjoy McKenna's musings, however I don't personally believe that any such 'time machine' will be the catalyst for this 'change' in how we perceive time. Various Native American prophecies spoke of a 'return to Natural time'. I don't sense that this was ever rooted in technological innovations. I believe it to be a return to a certain level of collective consciousness that will drastically alter how we perceive and think about 'time'. Imagine every individual consciousness only being capable of residing in the present moment, with absolutely no capacity for fearing the future or being burdened by regret/anger tied to the past. Under these circumstances I'd imagine there would be no need for tracking time in terms of man-made intervals (hours/weeks/months/years) - unnatural time.

As far as the catalyst for this return to a higher level of conscious awareness/experience, I think it will be some combination of the cosmic ingredients (sun, galactic center, photon belt?). Perhaps as a collective whole, we are also creating the evolution through self-awareness and interconnectivity (which is also facilitated by technology). I think it's a combination of a multitude of factors that are all contributing to the same endeavor.

The reason I believe ancient cultures had knowledge of these changes is because these 'events' are cyclical cosmic configurations and therefore, predictable.
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time travel with a human? no.

but time traveling information, just one quibit, through quantum meens, COULD happen, imo, by the end of this year, imo.
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Can you elaborate how this would transpire?

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Time is speeding up for all regardless of age technological advancement or the number of choices we now face in our everyday lives, there's something more going on we can all feel it
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I think so. Einstein predicted that at the speed of light it might be possible to bend time and I saw an article the other day about NASA working on a warp drive. One of Mckennas ideas was that at point zero, time wasn't linear anymore and that might mean a time machine was made. Im excited... orrrr am i nervoused?
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I enjoy McKenna's musings, however I don't personally believe that any such 'time machine' will be the catalyst for this 'change' in how we perceive time. Various Native American prophecies spoke of a 'return to Natural time'. I don't sense that this was ever rooted in technological innovations. I believe it to be a return to a certain level of collective consciousness that will drastically alter how we perceive and think about 'time'. Imagine every individual consciousness only being capable of residing in the present moment, with absolutely no capacity for fearing the future or being burdened by regret/anger tied to the past. Under these circumstances I'd imagine there would be no need for tracking time in terms of man-made intervals (hours/weeks/months/years) - unnatural time.

As far as the catalyst for this return to a higher level of conscious awareness/experience, I think it will be some combination of the cosmic ingredients (sun, galactic center, photon belt?). Perhaps as a collective whole, we are also creating the evolution through self-awareness and interconnectivity (which is also facilitated by technology). I think it's a combination of a multitude of factors that are all contributing to the same endeavor.

The reason I believe ancient cultures had knowledge of these changes is because these 'events' are cyclical cosmic configurations and therefore, predictable.
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time travel with a human? no.

but time traveling information, just one quibit, through quantum meens, COULD happen, imo, by the end of this year, imo.
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Can you elaborate how this would transpire?
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it would need some tweaking, but this article is a year old

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I believe it to be a return to a certain level of collective consciousness that will drastically alter how we perceive and think about 'time'. Imagine every individual consciousness only being capable of residing in the present moment, with absolutely no capacity for fearing the future or being burdened by regret/anger tied to the past.
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I had a weird thought when I read this line. Imagine everyone on the planet -- billions of people all focused and present at the exact same moment. And likewise, imagine if all of these billions of people all held the exact same intention, whatever that was -- The specific intention isn't important so much as the fact that they all shared the same notion. Wouldn't that produce a collective level of energy so powerful that it would almost border on magical? My point being, there was a woman at my work a few years back who had some sort of tumor in her breast. A group of our coworkers got together one afternoon in the lobby of our building and prayed for her. They all left that day knowing that she was going to be healed. And sure enough, when she went back to the doctor a few weeks later, they found no tumor at all. I know this is the sort of "uplifting" story that you'd read about in a book like "The Secret" or some wacky religious website, but these were real people that I actually work with -- This was an actual event that I witnessed. I'm not religious by any stretch of the imagination, nor do I think her healing had anything to do with them praying to "Jesus" or any biblical god, but I do think it was because enough people got together and held the exact same intention for the good of another human being.

That's why I got such a crazy feeling when I read the line above -- It's almost as if all these distractions and all these egos and all these little "me, me, me" attitudes are our collective "Tower of Babel". What sort of power would we collectively wield if we were all on the same page for once? I swear there's gotta be something to that.

P.S. We're already at the end of September.
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I believe it to be a return to a certain level of collective consciousness that will drastically alter how we perceive and think about 'time'. Imagine every individual consciousness only being capable of residing in the present moment, with absolutely no capacity for fearing the future or being burdened by regret/anger tied to the past.
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I had a weird thought when I read this line. Imagine everyone on the planet -- billions of people all focused and present at the exact same moment. And likewise, imagine if all of these billions of people all held the exact same intention, whatever that was -- The specific intention isn't important so much as the fact that they all shared the same notion. Wouldn't that produce a collective level of energy so powerful that it would almost border on magical? My point being, there was a woman at my work a few years back who had some sort of tumor in her breast. A group of our coworkers got together one afternoon in the lobby of our building and prayed for her. They all left that day knowing that she was going to be healed. And sure enough, when she went back to the doctor a few weeks later, they found no tumor at all. I know this is the sort of "uplifting" story that you'd read about in a book like "The Secret" or some wacky religious website, but these were real people that I actually work with -- This was an actual event that I witnessed. I'm not religious by any stretch of the imagination, nor do I think her healing had anything to do with them praying to "Jesus" or any biblical god, but I do think it was because enough people got together and held the exact same intention for the good of another human being.

That's why I got such a crazy feeling when I read the line above -- It's almost as if all these distractions and all these egos and all these little "me, me, me" attitudes are our collective "Tower of Babel". What sort of power would we collectively wield if we were all on the same page for once? I swear there's gotta be something to that.

P.S. We're already at the end of September.
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Nice story cool2 You may enjoy this video:



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Nice story cool2 You may enjoy this video:


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Wow, thanks for that video! That's exactly what I was talking about.
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More and more people are feeling this and becoming aware! Amazing thread if you read it through
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Personally I think the end of this year or early next year sometime is the point we are now racing towards, what will happen, who knows
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We're marching against a procession of the dead for the sake of breathlessness.

"We'll never get fooled again!"

Heed not the cries of the archimime. He is an anachronism. Last place is always the last place you'd think to look.

Perhaps it is time we turned our gaze on the infinite hourglass of the grave...

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Google CEO Eric Schmidt:

"Every two days now we create as much information as we did from the dawn of civilization up until 2003, according to Schmidt. That’s something like five exabytes of data, he says.

Let me repeat that: we create as much information in two days now as we did from the dawn of man through 2003."



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For me , last year passed like a month :X
There is definitely something going on.

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