Saturday, October 18, 2008

Timewave2012: next novelty November 2008 to Early 2010, a revolution

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TIME IS A FRACTAL
ASTROLOGY AND TIMEWAVE THEORY PERMIT TO STUDY IT.

A NEXT NOVELTY PERIOD IS STARTING NOW: NOVEMBER 2008 - MARCH 2010
LOOK FOR THE PERIOD OCTOBER 2009-MARCH 2010 FOR A REAL CLIMAX!
MAJOR NOVELTY BREAKTHROUGHTS EVEN MORE BY MID 2011 AND EARLY 2012, SEEMINGLY ALIEN-LIKE TO OUR PRESENT REALITY
OCTOBER 2008 WAS THE JUST THE START.

There are five timewaves: Kelley and Watkins, Sheliak, Huang Ti, and Frankin.
We can analyse the ressonances between different periods tht hve already occured to know which one grasp better the few years ahead until 2012.

60000 BC to 2012
1000 to 2012
1997 to 2012
In these time periods, the timewave accurately described the final big ingress into novelty which happened before at the end of ice age, start of agriculture and the start of our calendar, which corresponded again from the industrial revolution to the sixties, and from late 2008 to early 2012!


Let's analyse first the Kelley, Watkins and Sheliak:
All have a period of habit growing around 1170, which is then broken initially by 1350 and then by a big novelty descent by 1490 which persists in high novelty state until 1610: the discoveries and renaissence. Then habit grows a bit more until a final novelty descent by 1760: nothing is the same from this point on, time of many social revolutions and the industrial revolution. After a small habit-growing period in 1850-70 (with revolutions and economic crisis), a final period of novelty by 1880 brings us closer to the novelty infinitude of the zero date, and again by 1970, marking the start of our modern age and the sixties.
We would have the corresponding dates of habit by 55000 BC broken by novelty by 40000 BC and mainly by 31000 BC and persisting in high novelty until 24000 BC. Then habit grows and a final novelty descent by 14000 BC, when nothing was the same, time of atlantida, end of ice age and holocene transition. There was a habit period between 9000 BC and 6000 BC (agricultural revolution), a final period of novelty by 5000 BC bringing us closer to the novelty of zero date, and again by around -300 BC.
We would have the corresponding dates of habit by 2000 broken by novelty by end of 2002 and mainly by late 2004 and persisting in high novelty until mid 2006. Then habit grows and a final novelty descent by November 2008, when nothing was the same. There was a habit period between May 2010 and January 2011, a final period of novelty by early 2011 bringing us closer to the novelty of zero date, and again by around May 2012.

Briefly, the period between 2000 and 2003 and again by late 2004 marks the first two major novelty dates just before the final descent into novelty between 2008-2012.

This marks a correspondence to the end of medieval ages by 1350 and 1490, and the age of discoveries and renaissence. Surely 911, the late 2004 indonesian earthquake and katrina, and the awareness of ecological concerns and climate change could fit into this picture. In a scale of 0 to 1, the habit degree varies between 0.4 and 1.0 until 1490 or late 2004, when the habit breaks further down from 0.4 to 0.3.

However the next big (novelty) revolutions happens around November 2008 corresponding to 14000 BC and 1760, and again by late 2010, corresponding to 5000 BC and 1870, and early 2012, corresponding to 300 BC and the sixties. These are significantly bigger changes. The novelty finally sets at 0.2 and gradually lower.

The Huang Ti curve is similar but has solely a major novelty ingress around 1300 or 2001 or 45000 BC and then all is gradually down.
The Franlin astonishingly shares the abrupt 1490 (or 31000 BC or late 2004) novelty descent and again by 1820 instead of 1760, 1930 instead of 1880, and 1985 instead of 1970. This would be January 2010 instead of November 2008, late 2011 instead of early 2011 and mid 2012 instead of early 2012.
Surely there is no big point at discussing which one is correct. The next big novelty points are just in the months ahead. We would be ingressing into novelty peaks somewhere between late 2008 and early 2010 (1770-1820/ end of ice age) onwards, and again very much radically again by somewhere in 2011 (1880-1930 / early civilizations) and very much more by early 2012 (1960-1985 / since the roman empire).

Its like a old civilization falls gradually in 2009, followed by a novel high-tech civilization emerging by 2010-2011 during many conflicts and dramatic changes, and passing all crisis and evolving further to new challenges by 2012. Which is by the way supported by astrological transits.






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