We have so many other things to worry about. Question: There are new findings to show that we can think of time as one essentially follows the same rhythms and cycles that govern everything from the particles to galaxies? We can think of these things that happen in time and place within the cycles? Gregg Braden: The basic point is that time is essentially a wave that is moving in one direction. Right now it is moving from the present to future. So, the seeds for things that are happening today and events like the 2012 which are still going to happen have already happened in the past. If we know Where noted in the past, this gives us an idea of what to expect in the present and the future. Waves of Time follow natural rhythms, cycles and natural progressions.

This means we can measure, calculate and predict when the seeds – the conditions – for an event will happen again and again. This means that we can take the year 2012 calculated in reverse, using the natural rhythms to the times in our history when the seed was planted in 2012. Noting the seed, we can determine when the patterns and events that will happen in 2012 were set in motion. We go to the geological record to see what was happening then on the planet. Or we can go to the archaeological record to see what was happening to the people to give us a really good idea of what to expect for these next few years.