time IS speeding up…

Time is actually speeding up (or collapsing). For thousands of years the Schumann Resonance or pulse (heartbeat) of Earthhas been 7.83 cycles per second, The military have used this as a very reliable reference.

An astronomical clock.

However, since 1980 this resonance has been slowly rising. It is now over 12 cycles per second! This mean there is the equivalent of less than 16 hours per day instead of the old 24 hours.

The combination of “days flying by” and “having come so far in so few years” contributes to our perception that time is speeding up. These may both be symptomatic of the shift from 3D to 4D if we recognize that linear time is giving way to nonlinear time, that priorities are shifting from the trivial to the spiritual in accordance with the 2012 and related paradigms.

Linear time is measured in increments of trivialities such as astronomical or atomic motions, while nonlinear time is delineated in increments of freewill progressions. With a shift of priorities, trivialities fade into a repeating background pattern while spiritual events (leaps in awareness and maturity) increase in their frequency and novelty, both of which lead to the perception that time is speeding up for different reasons.

Can this frequency jump in the Earth’s vibrations be partially responsible for the speeding of time?

It stands to reason then, if time really is speeding up, time is flying faster than our calendars indicate. More importantly, our internal clocks seem thrown off by whatever is happening around us. Consequently, our bodily rhythms are off and in many cases disrupting our sleep patterns. Even our awake periods are fraught with yawns and the overwhelming feeling of needing a nap. Many people try caffeine and sugar, but they really don’t do the job.

Exciting things are forth coming, stand by!

5 thoughts on “time IS speeding up…

  1. Hi Dimitri! I just wanted to leave a message and say a huge thank you for posting up such wonderful articles nearly every day. I came across your blog through Christiano and read your content regularly. Congrats on your beautiful new human creation. Big smiles and warm gratitude, Athena

  2. I don’t know about the shift from 3D to 4D, but I do know that the Schumann Resonance is not increasing, and is not in case related to the number of hours in a day, which as far as I’m aware, and in the absence of any evidence to the contrary, remains at 24 (give or take a few milliseconds).
    I’m not sure where this pseudo-scientific mumbo-jumbo originated, it appears all over the net, but Gregg Braden did write/talk about the SR, 16 hour days and other nonsense in his book/video ‘Approaching Zero Point’ back in the ’90s.
    So, if you come across anything ‘sciency’ by Mr Braden in the future, best to ignore it.

    • interesting palmer.

      24 hours in a day and its relative intervals of time are relative only to the observer. in other words, there are 24 hours in a day because we say so and decided to align the circumference of the earth 24k-ish miles to intervals.

      there is a tribe in the amazon called the amondawa. the amondawa language lacks the linguistic structures that relate time and space. there is no word for “time”, or indeed of time periods such as “month” or “year”. furthermore, the people do not refer to their ages, but rather assume different names in different stages of their lives.

      time is the result of the dipolar affect.

      i say all this to say, that perceptively, yes time can infect speed up, and even bend. as our solar system moves through the galactic plane, time will be altered by its gravity.

      by how much? who knows…

      • Well our perception of time can vary for sure, but as you say time is relative so I think we’d be unaware if it was actually speeding up or slowing down. However my comment was merely to point out time is unaffected by the SR, the Earth’s rotation is not noticeably slowing down, and that Gregg Braden doesn’t know what he’s talking about when it comes to science (although he promotes himself as a scientist)

Please use the comments to demonstrate your own ignorance, unfamiliarity with empirical data, ability to repeat discredited memes, and lack of respect for scientific knowledge. Also, be sure to create straw men and argue against things I have neither said nor even implied. Any irrelevancies you can mention will also be appreciated. Lastly, kindly forgo all civility in your discourse . . . you are, after all, anonymous :)

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