Future Recent History 2020 by clif highcopyright 2012 and beyond
both the common perception as well as the emerging reality. This 'seeing it, alters it'effect may well be at the crux of the flux (as we call it here at hph).The flux, or 'discontinuity', is that period from March 2 through March 10 of 2012. This,according to our data modeling, is when the potential shifts through probability to become manifest and thereafter everything is different.Our problem is that we cannot tell which larger future potential will manifest. Will it bethe Giant Mega War to Kill Off Most of Humanity, that the [entrenched powers] aretrying to engineer? Or will it be [planetary revolution (more or less peaceful) that leadsto a not unpleasant planetary social chaos as we all learn to live with each other and our newly liberated free-energy based toys]. Personally, the choice does not seem hard tome. Down with the entrenched powers, i'll take freedom, pie, and point me at the hideyhole with the reverse engineered alien space ship in it....we'll get an internationalconsortium of geeks on the task, and will be turning the info out 'open source' stylewithin months of the planetary liberation.But it will not, apparently, be that easy.The flow of the data sets these past years has painted a much more confusing picturethan can easily be presented by the seemingly clear choices indicated at the archetypelevel.There was a temptation to present this longer term information as 2/two separated viewsof the future, but after a long consideration and many reviews of modelspace and itsaccretion patterns, it would seem that the blended approach is probably what universewants.
Meta Data - 2012 and The Planetary Discontinuity
Following all of the longer term data sets from 1997 to the present day we have seen adeveloping, and forecast, trend of [exposed duality] or a [split] between the[rulers/elites/officialdom/minions] and the [growing numbers of awake humans withinthe populations of earth]. As the trend manifest in reality, it became clear that the datawas correct in 'assigning' this trend to the larger archetype of [contention]. Further as themeta data layers developed, they also forecast that [contention] was to have dominatedin 2011.
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