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timewave zero end date

 
wlwesleyjt
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12/19/2012 05:23 PM
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timewave zero end date
Terence originally calculated the Timewave Zero to end in MID-NOVEMBER OF 2012 (Nov 16th, iirc). When he later heard about the mayan calendar, he arbitrarily changed the end date to 12/21."

Can anyone else verify this?
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Re: timewave zero end date
above was a quote from another poster.. didnt mean to start new thread..
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Re: timewave zero end date
[link to www.mondovista.com]

The last harmonic of the wave has a duration of 67.29 years, marked again by some dramatic event at the onset of the pattern. At first McKenna placed this event with the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. This worked out to the graph reaching zero in mid-November of 2012. Later, when he learned of the end date of the Mayan calendar, he adjusted the wave to coincide with this time.


[link to www.2012hoax.org]

However, originally McKenna had chosen the end of the calendar by looking for a very novel event in recent history, and using this as the beginning of his final 67.29 year cycle. The event he chose was the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, which gave an end-date in mid-November of 2012, but when he discovered the proximity of this date to the end of the current 13-baktun cycle of the Maya calendar, he adjusted the end date to match!5

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