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Last night, I worked on developing a theoretical model that could map out the cycles in which the elements of reality play themselves out over time. I’m guessing I would lose interest if I went too deeply into detail of the logic behind my formula, but I will go into it a bit. I’ll also be clear on the math that I am doing, so you can see for yourself how it works out.

The periodic table of elements represents all of the possible elements, based on electron counts in the atomic structure. The elements of the final family of the table are called the noble gases. They have perfectly stable electron configurations. There are 6 of them. 8 is the standard number of valence electrons for perfect stability. This also corresponds to the 8 notes of the music scale. Beyond this, there are 8 families to the periodic table, representing common number of valence electrons, which represents resonant energies. My theory is that these resonant energies represent pure space-time, and thus seeing their pattern results in understanding the patterns of all space and time. It is this general thought process that guided the explanation that follows.

Each noble gas represents the completion of a cycle. The completion of the cycle is represented by the number 8, referring to the 8 types of elements. Since you are adding layers to the perfection through each of the 6 noble gases, you therefore multiply 8 times itself for each stage. Thus you end up getting 8^6. This gives you 262,144, which means that a total of 262,144 units represent a cycle, sub-divided into 6 sections. In order to calculate, you must have a beginning and ending date in order for the calculations to work. You must choose these dates intelligently, based on the beginning and ending of cycles. December 28 is the final new moon of 2012, representing the end of the old cycle and the beginning of the new. So, you take the total number, and you divide by 8. You repeat this process of diving by 8 5 times, so that including the original, you have your 6 steps. Each of the numbers represents something significantly novel occurring.

At first, this was just mathematical and scientific theory. I decided to test it out, and see how it holds up with history. I decided a good place to start would be the formation of the Earth. I will start with the date of the formation of earth, in number of years ago, and then give the date given for each of the 6 stages, as dictated by my calculations. I will then describe what significant event, if any, took place around that time.
1. 4,540,000,000 – Formation of planet
2. 567,500,000 – Time after development of simple animals, shortly before insects/arachnids/crustaceans
3. 70,937,500 – Dinosaurs died out
4. 8,867,187.5 – Development of great apes
5. 1,108,398.438 – Homo Erectus
6. 138,549.8047 – Modern Homo Sapiens
Timeline of evolutionary history of life – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

So, although I was confident in the theory behind it, I was at first totally unsure of what would result. After getting these significant of results, though, I had to try it again. I would formulate the new scale based on the last event of the prior scale. So, the emergence of modern homo sapiens.

1. 138,549.8047 – Modern homo sapiens
2. 17,322.47559 – Beginning warming of globe
3. 2,165.309448 – Major leap in thought and spirituality. Socrates, Buddhism, Christanity, Taosim, Judaism, etc)
4. 270.6636811(1742: Shortly before USA being founded)
5. 33.83296013(1979: Cold War escalates in the West due to Soviet invasion of Afghanistan)
6. 4.229120016(September 2008: Global financial crisis)

Wow. Now I’m feeling pretty excited, cuz at both time scales it has worked perfectly. Now I decide to make one more, based on the end of 2012. I’m torn between what day to end it on. I assumed December 21st at first, due to its popularity. But when looking at the moon chart, the new moon is exactly one week later, on the 28th. Intuitively, this seemed like a better ending point. Based on later considerations, I was to find that this, indeed, seems to be the best ending date. Here I calculate from the time of the start of the global financial crisis until the end of december 2012, which on the 28th should represent the completion of the cycle. I’m here converting the units of time from years to days.

1. 1,543.628806 – September 2008: Global financial crisis
2. 192.9536007 – March 4: Republic of Congo capital blasted. 150 killed, 1,500 injured. Part of global turmoil
3. 24.11920009 – December 4
4. 3.014900011 – December 25: Christmas Day
2. .3768625014 – December 28
1. .0471078127 – December 28

So, the first two scales of time were fulfilled perfectly. The final scale previously mentioned has thus far been perfectly fulfilled. It does make three further predictions, though, in terms of specific dates. December 4, December 25, and December 28. It remains to be seen how these turn out. It seems possible if not probable that the smaller the scale the more difficult it would be to be perfectly accurate. Nonetheless, it’s been perfect thus far, so we may as well see how it goes into the projected future over the next month.

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There are only two shapes in existence that carry a consistent “way,” or in a mathematical sense, angle. They are the line, and the circle. I find it highly interesting that these are the two consistent shapes, for they coincide with the two ways of understanding reality. Most interpret it linearly, which correlates with the line. There have been some, like the Mayans, who interpreted reality in a cyclic sense; this, of course, coincides with the circle.

In a circle, there can be no “beginning” that contrasts with the “end.” When you truly internalize this, I think you can see where most understandings of this sort of existence have not been fully grasped. True cyclic existence cannot function in a linear manner at all. You cannot say that “this cycle” begins at “this time,” and ends at “this time,” for that would be understanding cyclical existence in terms of a linear time-structure, at least partially. Every point on a circle is what you could call the “beginning” and the “end.” Every point in time, and every thing in space, is, itself, an entire cycle. This moment is the beginning and the end of existence. Right now is the cycle of reality. You are the cycle of reality.

In a linear time-structure, all you can do is hypothesize about some sort of theoretical beginning or ending. To speak of an end, you must assume a beginning. To speak of a beginning, you must assume an end. The entire idea of a beginning and an end is predicated on the assumption that we are coming from somewhere in order to get somewhere. A cyclic existence, when properly understood, cannot really be saying anything. To even assert some sort of “cycle” that is not NOW would be to undermine the fundamentals of the premise. Therefore, when you move past this limiting linear time-structure, there is no reason to absolutely assert any idea, and sound foolish to one who has been disillusioned by their left-hemisphere thinking. It is clearly they who have not thought through what they speak of, but anything that runs contrary to their assumptions will seem, to them, to run contrary to “common sense,” since their ideas of common sense are determined by their assumptions.

Let’s think of this circle, as it represents so-called cyclic existence. Let’s break it down in terms of a straight-line way of viewing reality, as we humans like to do. This reality, and all of its points in space and time, could be looked at as a horizontal line. As long as you believe that “this reality” is the “real reality,” you will get lost as a tiny part in a never-ending sea of things, and points in time. When you stop seeing one set-in-stone reality, you get in touch with your vertical nature, which transcends this reality, and serves as a connector between many different realities. So, let’s combine all of this graphically. You have the circle, which represents cyclic existence. You then have the horizontal line, which represents limited linear existence. You then have the vertical line, which is that which transcends the horizontal reality. If you were to draw a horizontal line perpendicular to a vertical line, that would meet in the center of the circle, you would have a cross. The cross, of course, is a highly revered symbol.

A Raindrop’s Journey

A raindrop falls from the sky
He journeys, knowing only that he is a drop
He approaches death, preparing for non-existence
The end comes with a splash
He is the ocean