bluehoney.org - 2012

Our planet is on a collision course with something that we, at our present state of knowledge, don't have a word for. A black hole is simply a gravitationally massive object, so massive that no light can leave it. What I'm talking about is something like that, except that it isn't so much gravitationally massive as temporally massive. We are soon to be sucked into the body of eternity. My model points to 11:18 am, Greenwich Mean Time, December 21, 2012 AD.

~Terence McKenna

I submit to you and to the world for your examination and critiquing the fact that yes, the time wave with it's end point December 21, 2012, describes with as great an accuracy as I am able to discern the actual vicissitudes of novelty and habit in history and natural history ... that's the claim

~Terence McKenna

Understanding the Novelty of Time

by Terence McKenna

We are on a collision course with an event for which there is barely language to describe. I would like to suggest that what is happening on this planet is that time is actually speeding up. Our species is under the influence of a kind of strange attractor which is moving us through the temporal medium at an ever-accelerating rate. This is a law of the universe, though not one recognized by science.

Novelty Theory and the Singularity of Dec. 21, 2012

by - Patrick G. Salsbury

Technology, population, speed of travel, food and materials production, communications capabilities, computing power, the decrease in computer size, amount of information known to humanity, and a gamut of other things, are all increasing at an accelerating rate. That is, they are increasing, and the rate at which they are increasing is increasing...

bluehoney.org - 2012


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