Time Is History
by Timothy Burns Watson
Time as we know it is measurement of the sequence of before and after measurements of the movements of bodies in space. Earth time, for instance, is based on the Julian calendar, which records the movement of the Earth around its orbital plane in relation to the sun. Our solar system similarly revolves around our galaxy and our galaxy around the greater universe. These time cycles are referred to as cosmology. What I would like to propose in this short paper is that we as a civilization are approaching the hour of midnight. We have reached the end of the cosmic day cycle. The minute and hour hand are approaching zero hour and the clock is about to be reset. Let us now examine what is setting alarm bells off at the midnight hour.
Astrophysicists have recently observed that the Milky Way has recently made room for another stream of stellar bodies, a crosscurrent sweeping arc across the constellation Ursa Major, more commonly known in North American culture as the Big Dipper. This new Milky Way stretches optically from just above the head of Leo the lion to the constellation Cancer the crab. It is as if someone poured a fresh batch of cream into the Milky Way. The new star stream stretches over 63 degrees, one-third of the northern celestial hemisphere.
The reason the star stream has escaped notice till now is because its individual stars are far too faint to see with the naked eye. This raises a question the astrophysicists who made the discovery seem to have missed: Why are these stars comparatively faint if they have become member stars of the Milky Way Galaxy? There is an answer to this. They are not stars. They are considerably smaller in size, which is why they appear comparatively faint in the backdrop of the Milky Way. They are a cluster of comets, asteroids and meteors. They are the forward scouts of an army of comet-like bodies known as the Oort Cloud making contact with our galaxy rather like an advancing storm front.
To capture this star stream, astronomers Carl Grillmair and Odysseas Dionatos used a clever combination of techniques to isolate the contrasting brightness of the new so-called star stream and the old. The so-called star steam is readily identifiable because these space objects are comparably inferior in size and brightness. In short, they are not stars and are much closer to our solar system than they appear.
Grillmair, a research scientist at the California Institute of Technology’s Spitzer Science Center in Pasadena, believes the newly discovered star stream has emerged from an ancient globular cluster of stellar bodies. “What we can see of the stream is over 30,000 light-years long. It may actually be much longer, since we are currently limited by the extent of the survey data,” Grillmair was quoted as saying. “I would actually be somewhat surprised if the stream doesn’t extend completely around the Galaxy.”
This discovery, Grillmair notes, “gives new weight to a theory that the Milky Way may once have been swarming with thousands of giant star clusters.” Indeed, “there may be hundreds or even thousands of such stellar streams ringing our Galaxy. It’s possible that globular clusters start being stripped of their stars by galactic tidal forces as soon as they’re born. In that case, all globular clusters should have at least tiny tidal streams coming out of them, and I have actually found some.”
Grillmair believes that an observation of this kind of stellar tide can reveal a great deal about the distribution of dark matter in our Galaxy. “It’s galactic dark matter that holds the stream in its orbit, keeping its stars from escaping the Galaxy altogether.” In this case, the dark matter Grillmar is referring to is our sun’s companion star, which some have identified as Planet X and others as the planet Nibiru, a body of considerable gravitational force and power, which is literally holding a stream of comet-like bodies in its wake.
In time, astrophysicists will discover their mistake and realize that this is not a star stream at all, but a comet cluster, the boat wake of an intergalactic body of considerable size and gravitational force, drawn by our sun’s companion star, a brown star in fact. Picture a large ship dragging behind it a considerable wake and imagine this on an intergalactic scale. As the sun’s companion star draws nearer to our solar system, it will be illuminated by our sun. At that time, it will actually appear as if there are two suns in the sky.
Our galaxy and solar system is actually a timepiece made up of cogs and wheels. There are larger and smaller wheels in this timepiece. Our galaxy would be a larger wheel than our solar system, while our Earth would be a mere cog in comparison. The revolution of our Earth would take seconds compared with the cosmic hours of our solar system and the cosmic days of our galaxy. This field of study is known as cosmology.
At cassiopaea.org, researcher Laura Knight-Jadczyk and her colleagues believe they have channeled some vital information from highly advanced beings identifying themselves as the Cassiopaeans. Linda teaches in her “Wave” series that an intergalactic storm is headed this way in the form of the Oort Cloud and Photon Belt. This is the result of the sun’s companion star dragging a stream of comets in its wake rather like a dragon’s tail. This phenomenon occurs once every 306,000 years, equaling twelve processional cycles of the zodiac.
The processional cycle of the zodiac takes 25,600 years. It is caused by the Earth slipping on its polar axis one degree every 120 years. The zodiac signs, which stretch along a perfect horizontal plane at the Earth’s elliptic, actually shift 30 degrees every 2,500 years. It takes approximately 25,600 years for the zodiac to complete its cycle. Many people refer to the present age as the Age of Aquarius. That is because the cosmic clock is being reset at zero at this time, so that the entire zodiacal cycle of procession can begin again. This may very well be why there are references in the Book of Revelations to the “End Times” or the “Time of the End”, which possibly refers to the end of the zodiacal cycle of procession. We are now at the end of the Age of Pisces, with the clock reset and ready to begin in the Age of Aquarius. There have been twelve of these zodiacal cycles in the last 306,000 years, which means that we are at the end of the larger galactic cycle, when our solar system makes contact with the Oort Cloud, an event that only happens once every 306,000 years. This means that a larger, more protracted galactic cycle has been completed at this time.
Laura Knight-Jadczyk of cassiopaea.org is unequivocal about the fact that the imminent arrival of the Oort Cloud is like the arrival of a tidal wave or tsunami. Another analogy would be the approach of a storm front. The vibratory density or frequency of our solar system is being changed by the advancing storm. The Earth’s base resonance frequency or heartbeat will rise from 8 Hz to 13 Hz in a very short interval of time. The advancing tide or storm front is comprised of the Oort Cloud and Photon Belt. The effect would be like that of autumn frost. Some of the fruit of Creation will be ripened by the autumnal frost, while others will rot and drop from the trees. Our planet is a tree reaching autumn maturity. The fruit it supports on its branches will either ripen or drop from its branches amid the ripening frost of cosmic autumn.
It would be useful to compare the cogs and wheels of the galactic cycles to the cycles recorded in the Mayan calendar. According to Mayan calendar expert Ian Xel Lungold, the Mayan calendar is actually comprised of the interplay of two calendars, one 260-day “personal” calendar known as the Tzolkin and the other a 360-day astrological calendar called the Tun. The Mayans referred to their calendar as the “Eight Division Sky Place”. The Mayans believe that there are nine cycles analogous to a series of wooden salad bowls one inside the other.
The first of these Mayan calendar cycles began 16.4 billion years ago with the Big Bang and unfolded over a “seven-day” cycle similar to the seven-day Creation cycle described in the Bible. Our mistake was to suppose that the seven-day Biblical Creation cycle was at an end, far from it. It is still well underway. The second cycle of 820 years saw the creation of mammals. The next cycle, which began 41 million years ago, witnessed the advent of the family unit. Then some two million years ago, the tribal cycle began. After this, there followed the cultural cycle of 102,000 years ago. The National Cycle, which began 3115 B.C., saw the birth of the nation state in Egypt, when the Upper and Lower Nile cultures merged. The Planetary Cycle followed in its wake in 1755 A.D., where each day of the seven-day cycle telescoped into a mere 20 years, with generational change occurring over an interval of 20 years as sociologists have confirmed. In January 1999 began in earnest the cycle known as the Galactic Cycle that will last 12.8 years and see each day of the seven-day cycle taking just 360 days. On February 10, 2011 will begin the Universal Cycle, a 210-day Julian calendar day cycle, when each day in the seven-day cycle will be confined to a mere 20 days. Human consciousness will take a stellar leap at this time to 4th Dimension.
Compare the Galactic cycle of the Mayan calendar to the now complete zodiac cycle of procession lasting 25,600 years. Indeed, this completes the history of our Earth in galactic terms. Compare Universal Cycle of the Mayan calendar with the now complete 306,000 year cycle, where our solar system makes contact with the Oort Cloud and Photon Belt. Indeed, our place in the universe seems to have been firmly established at this time. We are beginning to know where our Earth and solar system are situated in the scheme of things. In Mayan terms, we are firmly establishing our “intention” and “aspect” as a civilization.
The nine cycles of the Mayan calendar are still in play. The newer cycles are simply mapped on top of the older ones. The same process is unfolding in the cosmos as the cogs and wheels turn the clock of cosmology. Consciousness is evolving at an increasingly fast and furious pace till we merge with the Universal Consciousness on October 28, 2011. It is at this time that we will attain “conscious co-creation”. This is when everything becomes possible all at once, in all time and all place. Teleporting and time travel will then be possible. Particle physics has already succeeded in transporting matter through time and space. Time and space will cease to hold any boundary or constraint upon our movements. It is only a matter of time before time itself disappears and the 3rd Dimension is transcended. That is why the Mayan calendar ends in 2012. That is when the hourglass runs out and time ceases to hold any cognitive meaning. It is quite literally the Time of the End, the End Times, the end of time itself.
Ian Xel Lungold at http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5102269643236445484&q=Ian