Posts Tagged ‘bitcomet’
There’s something about that phrase: “Credit Crunch”. Sounds like you’ve got to do a certain amount of sit-ups to repay your debts. Painful! Here it is folks. Today, officially recognised as “a recession”. Today was the tipping point. The point where Terence McKenna‘s Time Wave Zero software predicted a descent on a scale not seen for 43,000 years in terms of importance to the development of humankind and its level of consciousness.
I would highly recommend getting hold of a ‘torrent’ client such as BitComet and getting hold of the latest version (v7.10) of McKenna’s program. It can be a bit daunting at first until you get the hang of it – I watched his YouTube videos and listened to his MP3s to get a feel for how he was using it, then suddenly you get it!
Today is the start of the descent into Novelty. McKenna variously describes this as the attribute of complexification, a time when new things happen, an agglomeration or “concrescence” accumulating everything together to form the next major turning point, which his software predicts to be the 10th February 2009. That’s when the descent into novelty bottoms out.
What does this descent into novelty mean? A new paradigm for banking perhaps? The start of a realisation amongst the populations of this planet that global financial structures and edifices were made of cardboard, and then the rains came. We have built ever more elaborate systems of blinds and canopies to protect it from the rains, but now they have been shown to be worthless, tacky, poorly designed.
Novelty could mean many things. It will usually mean taking new decisions, thinking differently, connecting further, sharing experience in order to overcome a situation. All I know is that it is a polar opposite to Habit. And I try to break habits as soon as I spot them if they are making me subservient to their patterns, instead of guiding me efficiently towards my aim.
Others have written about the confluence of monetary systems and the measurement of time. In this article from the Red Ice site the author compares the Mayan Calendar to the ups and downs of the markets: http://www.redicecreations.com/specialreports/mayaneconomy.html
UPDATE: AUGUST 2009
Well, it seems as though some European countries have declared themselves to be out of recession now. McKenna’s intricate and intriguing software seemed to suggest, from my reading of the peaks and troughs, that the current turnaround in fortunes would occur in November of this year. I will update the post again then too, to see whether this was a false dawn or a false reading, or perhaps to say – look how accurate the curve was. We’ll have to wait and see. That’s the fun thing about the future. It’s always a step ahead of you.
Follow a path with a heart.