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Certo, c'è sempre la possibilità che, sentendo il vento arrivare, si buttino in avanti ….per pararsi il didietro!

Dopottutto è ciò che hanno sempre fatto. :hihi:

Quando uno SA ciò che sta succedendo davvero, rende tutto più semplice, e il gioco può anche comportare un'apertura tattica.
Credo che possiamo stare sicuri però che non ce la contano giusto lo stesso, l'apertura è solo apparente. Non abbiamo accesso al dietro delle quinte, quello vero.

Dimenticavo: si, le manovre funzionano soprattutto con gli sprovveduti, che per ora sono probabilmente la maggioranza (e non mi escludo!).

E, in definitiva, ci sono davvero questi m. (come direbbe Zret) buoni e altri m. cattivi?

No aspetta Deg,
ora sono venute a galla certe informazioni che quindi conosci e ti sembra che Zagami racconti le stesse cose per illudere che sia tutto corretto..
In realtà queste informazioni erano già disponibili da anni, Wilcock ad esempio ne ha scritto intorno al 2000 e credo gia da prima avesse raccolto molti dati per dare corpo alla visione metafisica della realtà e del futuro, materiale oltretutto che perlomeno in Italia è stato praticamente ignorato rispetto ai tempi recenti.
Sono solo alcuni anni che Wilcock ne parla e si rende pubblico tramite internet o altro..perchè sa quale importanza abbiano queste informazioni

Solo ora infatti in America Wilcock riceve inviti da diversi media o su internet, per diffondere queste informazioni che prendono corpo visto gli eventi e non è certo per AG se anche da altre parti del mondo se ne interessano, è l'attenzione generale, la coscienza generale che ne prende atto..a mio vedere

Zagami è solo un'altra conferma della conoscenza di questa visione in certi ambiti “underground”

Lo so perchè ho seguito personalmente come stanno andando le cose su internet, Wilcock aveva Ascension2000.com come sito e non era certo seguito come ora su Divinecosmos.com

Lui ha una certa conoscenza in ambito metafisico e ha correlato dati scientifici e da testimoni validi per trovarne conferma per sè e per gli altri e poi diffondere la situazione di questa espansione di Coscienza

Ora noi avendone conoscenza ci sembra “finto” vedere come tutti i pezzi vengono confermati e riuniti

Poi che Zagami parli davvero per informare in modo onesto è un altro discorso

Leggi come certe conoscenze sui cicli della vita/società sono note da tempo in certi ambiti soprattutto
dal cambio di Era di Wilcock



Again, if we want to chart out human behavior to see if the passage of time has any observable effect, the first thing we have to do is to find a very, very simple index for measuring that behavior.

Ideally we should investigate some form of human behavior that essentially has only two directions — up or down, positive or negative, high or low, joy or fear, prosperity or scarcity.

This measurement of human behavior would need to be rigorously graphed day after day in an ongoing fashion in order to accurately analyze the long-term data for any trends or patterns.

In order to be truly scientific, it would have to be something that was kept fastidiously, with no interruptions, for as long as possible.

No one research group could realistically attempt to do such a broad-based study on their own, as they would be likely to introduce their own biases — and furthermore, we simply don’t have the profit motive to graph such behavior with steadfastness. Or do we?


It just so happens that we do not need to look very far to find such an ongoing measurement index of human behavior.

Ever since the late 1700’s, at the dawning hour of a new nation known as the United States of America, an accurate record of the human extremes of joy and fear have been rigorously documented and rendered into the form of an ongoing graph.

This record is known to us as the stock market of the United States, later referred to as the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

Yes indeed, the final answer to proving the geometric structure of time will come to us from the study of the stock market.

As surprising as this may seem, it is indeed the most obvious and specific means by which we can graph out the extremes of human behavior through time.

The measuring index of this behavior would be the price scale, which always occupies the Y axis of a stock market graph. And thus, the relative price value of the stock market is indeed a very direct and very effective measurement device for collective human behavior.

When human beings feel joy, prosperity and inspiration, they confidently buy, buy, buy into the stock market, rising the price index.

And when human beings suddenly begin to feel fear, scarcity and panic, they quickly sell, sell, sell their stocks, hoping to bail out of the market before it gets any worse.

Indeed, any simple study of a stock market graph will show us that it continues to move up and down, up and down as time moves forward.

Rarely do we ever see a stock market graph “flatline” for any prolonged period of time, and even within the larger trends, smaller oscillations are usually seen as well.

The structures of human behavior indeed take on a dynamic shape as the collective mood of humanity rises and lowers from hope to despair, over and over again.

These cycles of human behavior have been intensely studied by many, many different researchers, as there is a very real profit motive in understanding their functions.

If it can indeed be proven that these up-and-down movements can be predicted in advance, then all the sport and intrigue of playing the stock market is eliminated.

If you know exactly when the market has bottomed out and can go no lower, then you know exactly when to buy your stock.

And if you know exactly when the market has topped out and can go no higher, then you know exactly when to sell your stock, and thus make as much of a profit as you were willing to allow yourself to make, based upon how much money you invested in the first place.


We have already cited a great deal of evidence that suggests that the true knowledge of this octave-based system of hyperdimensional geometry that we are now discussing has been secretly known all along.

The society of Freemasons is one current guise of this “secret society” that has preserved this knowledge, which found its way into cathedral windows, the Great Seal of the United States and the United Nations Meditation Room mural, among other things.

On the outside, the Masonic Order appears to be nothing more than another boring fraternal “lodge” of aging men like the Shriners, Moose Lodge, Lions, Kiwanis or Elks Club.

To those who have spoken from the inside, there is a very complex and interwoven system of Atlantean understandings that has been handed down over time to them.

So, with the idea that everything we have discussed and more may already be known by a handful of elites upon this planet, let us investigate the work of ace stock trader W.D. Gann…..


If you think “squaring your charts” sounds like a lot of work, you’re right. As of 2004, Cowan has given us permission to reveal one of his secrets. By simply using the Pythagorean Theorem, you bypass the whole problem.

To simplify things, Cowan re-named the ‘radii vector’ a ‘price-time vector,’ or PTV. That makes a lot more sense — you are measuring a vector of movement in price-time.

Remember — once you know how long each vector will be, as a combined number of price-time units (like 270, for example,) then you can calculate market turns before they happen.

Let’s rekindle those old memories from math class. The Pythagorean Theorem is A squared plus B squared equals C squared, right? You got it.

Here’s how it works. Draw a line from the bottom to the top of a stock market graph — the two closest points where you see a clear bottom and a clear top.

You want to know how long that line is in price-time — you want to calculate its exact value in price-time, and come up with a single number.

The Pythagorean Theorem tells us that if we know the length of the horizontal and vertical sides of a triangle, we can calculate the length of the diagonal side, called the hypotenuse. That’s exactly what we want to do!

Therefore, all we have to do is add up how many units of time have passed on our chart, between the bottom and the top of our ‘vector’ — whether hours, days, weeks, or years. That gives us the horizontal part of the triangle.

Then, we add up how much the price has increased between the bottom and top of our ‘vector’.

Now, simply square your time number, square your price number and add them together. That’s the “A squared plus B squared” part.

Then, take the square root of whatever you get. Now you’ve got it! You know exactly how long each vector will be, in price-time.

Remember… you will keep seeing this same line length appear again and again on your chart. Even better, if you squared your chart, each line will be exactly 60 degrees apart from its next-door neighbors in the vast majority of cases.

Now, for the first time, Cowan has given us permission to use an actual graph from his series where this is demonstrated. Check it out: …

Il Teorema di Pitagora si può sfruttare per prevedere i mercati azionari..


Ora si potrebbe pensare che anche Wilcock sia uno che hanno preso e spinto a mettere insieme una mole di dati o che glieli hanno forniti per facilitare la creazione di uno scenario e blablabla con tutta una megacospirazione superperfetta ecc…ecc…
PEccato che io ho avuto lo stesso impulso forte interiore di fare la stessa ricerca che ha fatto Wilcock prima di me ad esempio, quindi questo impulso io l'ho vissuto e come me lo hanno altri e questo non è nulla di architettato.



c'è però, come spiega anche Wilcock, un problema nel campo non locale della coscienza:


C'è pericolo o comunque una situazione di enorme importanza globale? Bene, l'”impulso” o “allarme” di cui ho parlato prima, evidentemente si diffonde come un'onda.
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