Monday, March 23, 2009

19 April 2009, 29 August 2009 and 23 October 2009, key events this year

Terence McKenna TIMEWAVE predicts these as key eventful dates this year
This is are also the same periods than those of my astrological predictions.

Accordingly to TIMEWAVE2012, Next turning key dates around:
  • 19 April
  • 29 August
  • 23 October
Precisely the same as the most critical astrological points of the year!!
There are also minor dates indicated in:
  • 13 February (economy worsens, satellites crashes)
  • 13-24 June
The former key Timewave dates in 2008 were:
  • 14 June (oil peak and social unrest)
  • 9 August (Georgia conflict)
  • A major point indicated at 3-8 October (the economy crisis)
So, you can see how the timewave from Terence McKenna correlates outstandingly with world changing events.

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I will now go into a detail summarizing how the timewave will vary, accordingly to four different variation models.

Period 2008-2009
Most Timewave models have shown a major turning point in early October 2008, followed by events in mid April, mid June, and mostly by mid-late August and mid October 2009.
Watkins: breaks a big habit in 3 October 2008, down to 13 February 2009, a small habit peak in 19 April 2009 and a small novelty peak in 24 June 2009, and further down from 29 August 2009 to 23 October 2009.
Sheliak: goes down all through 2008 and 2009, from 30 March 2008 to 23 October 2009
Huang-Ti: a small habit peak in 4 June 2008, a novelty peak in 9 August 2008, a major habit peak in 13 February 2009 then a major descent to 19 April 2009, habit in 13 June 2009, and further to a bottom novelty in 29 August 2009, then further habit
Franklin: habit grows finnaly in 8 October 2008, and faster after 19 April 2009, up to the last breaking point in 29 August 2009, then a major descent in novelty to end of 2009, which accelerates in 23 October 2009

Period 2003-2005
2003 August European heat wave, 2003 November solar flares, 2004 December Tsunami, 2005 August Katrina and 2005 September solar flare
Most Timewave models have shown these events, mainly a turning point between August and November 2005, and a point in late 2004, in Watkins, Sheliak and Franklin.
Watkins: shows a habit growing all through 2003, mainly up in 3 May 2003, down in 8 July 2003, then to a habit peak 12 September 2003 to 22 May 2004, down to a novelty peak in 1 October 2004, peaking again in habit between 27 August 2005 and 12 November 2005
Sheliak: shows a habit growing from March 2003 to peak in 12 Sep 2003 down to novelty peak in 1 October 2004, then habit peaking in 27 August 2005
Huang-Ti: shows habit growing from 3 May 2003, breaking down in 1 January 2004 to a peak in 22 May 2004, then habit, and a new novelty peak in 21 October 2005
Franklin: grows fast in habit from 8 July 2003, and goes to novelty bottom all through the year since 12 September 2003 to 17 November 2003, until 1 October 2004 and 6 December 2004! Grows in habit in 16 August 2005.

Period 2001
Most Timewave models have shown the 911 event, Sheliak and Huang-Ti showing sharp new novelty, Watkins showing peak habit. August 2001 was one of the greatest changing points in novelty, in fifteen years leading to 2012.
Watkins: major habit plateau in 7 August-6 December 2001
Sheliak: major habit peaks in 7 August 2001 and then down, mostly after 1 October 2001
Huang-Ti: shows an abrupt novelty descent from 22 May 2001 to 7 August 2001 then a novelty plateau
Franklin: shows a novelty descent only in 2000, a novelty bottom peak in 22 May 2001 and then a gradual and sustained habit growth up to September 2003.

1 comment:

segurelha said...

Interestingly, i was trying to play with the Timewave by setting 28 October 2011 as end date. Patterns still fit well, particularly for the Sheliak curve.
Still, there is a sense of a great novelty shift somewhere between end of August this year to March 2010, at the latest starting by November this year.