- 4 years ago
Playing tracks by
Rob Vector, Scopes, Perfect Blind, Alba, Den Wave and more.
Terence McKenna's "Timewave Zero" theory deals with the idea that time is not strictly linear but each moment is a confluence of intersecting fractal interrelationships and each event is inextricably linked with other events past and future. Unfortunately for the longevity of the idea, Terence proposed that the influx of changes would reach a Singularity on the winter solstice of 2012, ringing in an unimaginable future of infinite possibility (or something.) Obviously, the universe for the most part continues to function much as it did before the big date. However, rather than having a clear beginning or end, the true nature of a fractal is infinite; it spirals in upon itself in endlessly unfolding variations. And so it is with our existence- our collective confluence of energies multiply and build as we ascend more and more rapidly to an unknown destination. But because a fractal never truly ends, that destination will likely be yet another beginning...