The Science of Prediction: Part II to How to Predict the Future

It would be a miracle indeed, if all these coincidences were purely accidental.  Anyone familiar with the theory of probabilities knows that with every additional coincidence the chances of another grow smaller.

Immanuel Velikovsky (1)

If we could view the history of the world from a geometrical position outside of its events we would see from this unique vantage point wave-rings of events moving forward and backward in time without impeding one another.  The trillions of concentric rings ever spanning outward flow through one another effortlessly and the interference subtly alters a conceptual present from its ancestral past.

People are racially and spatially connected to their ancestors and their descendants, the events experienced now forging the future patterns just as the present has been constructed from a multitude of pasts.  It is a seemingly infinite matrix of disconnected events that begin at as many different times that converge in the here and now to build the present.  We are, essentially, descendants of history, as historical events were themselves conceived from those that preceded them.

If the present is forged out of patterns whose geometrical reflections turn holographic information in space into solids out of fleeting present reality, then the phenomenon of time, which is merely the motion and change of position of physical objects, should be measured in patterns that reflect this truth.   Immersed in this material existence, which is governed by the motion of its own dimensions, we cannot help but instinctively know that all space and time is measured and that by our perception of past and present events we can know the future.

By analyzing past and present events we can fathom a future.  This is the study of Calendrical Isometrics.  Isometric Projections are one method by which to-

  1. determine the beginning or end of a specific time-line
  2. demonstrate that prediction and prophecy have a scientific/mechanical explanation
  3. observe retrospectively that events (phenomena) are fixed in the collective, though   individually we have the power to determine our own position (our relation) to the events

The third item is a hard saying and since men began to ponder these mysteries there have been many among the learned offended at this concept.  That the future is predetermined is easily discovered when regarding an accurate past, especially when reviewing cataclysmic cycles.

But predestination only applies to the geometry of our spatial conditions which form the parameters of our existence. For example, we have great latitude in deciding for ourselves who we want to be, who we are, what we do, what we want to do, where we go and where we want to go as well as when we want anything within this space-time structure.  We are not puppets, but images of something else and we flow through events as we travel through the fixed geometry of what we call reality, ever deciding for ourselves the conditions we subject ourselves to.

Free will defines us as travelers within a fixed and unchangeable geometry.  We are the reason the geometry exists, a mathematical architecture confining us in a closed system while convincing us through sense-perception that its boundaries are limitless.  The complexity of reality is reduced to a series of numeric threads when analyzed through algorithmic filters designed to scrutinize the spaces in time between similar events.  In our planar existence, God is an equation, the sum of formulae that change their relativity in accord with the wants of the perceiver.  That a God exists this proposition does not refute, however, in this closed system He is NO DIFFERENT that any other personality impressed upon this holography...a numeric pattern.  Outside the context of this holography we can not know what any of these numeric patterns truly are- EVERYTHING perceivable is governed by mathematical strictures that in themselves are merely a reflection of things we can not see nor comprehend.  They are REAL on The Other Side.

Because human institutions and civilizations had a beginning point within the fixed dimensions of history, they were given a definite end.  Our duty, responsibility and goal is to see beyond the structures that presently confine us, the reflections, so we can more accurately see where we are going.

World history is the surface of a pool of water.  Though it has a surface, a plane, it has depth and the spatial dimensions to accompany an infinitude of timelines.  Innumerous drops of water [events] rain into the pool creating countless patterns [timelines], some even intersecting one another but still conveyed by their own inertia as they flow through myriads of other times and places.  Oswald Spengler contributes to this analogy, writing- "Over the expanse of the water pass the endless uniform ripples of the generations.  Here and there bright shafts of light broadened out, everywhere dancing flashes confuse and disturb the clear mirror, changing.  Sparkling, vanishing.  These are what we call the clans, tribes, peoples, races which unify a series of generations within this or that limited area of the historical surface...but over this surface too, the great cultures accomplish their majestic wave-cycles.  They appear suddenly, swell in splendid lines, flatten again and vanish, and the face of the waters is once more a sleeping waste." (2)

The pool is not a sea of endless water.  It has boundaries.  This is the most difficult idea modern humans have because of the pseudo-scientific "facts" they are brainwashed to believe- that we are a tiny speck in an infinite cosmos of limitless galactic dimensions is an absolute lie.  Our world is a perfectly closed system.  Our eyes perceive what appears to be vast distances but the numbers don't lie.

Ripples in the pond of time traverse one another until they make contact with these immovable boundaries.  The waves slightly change form as they merge with other ripples and the interference patterns result with slight modifications of events but they do not alter them into something else.  In the holography a lizard is a lizard and nothing else, albeit there may be 10,000 variations of the species.  In this pool the tadpole and minnow swim through the nigh infinite patterns of events unknowingly.  Breaking the surface, poking their heads into the open air, they sometimes create inference patterns of their own but the parameters of the pool never change by any conscious or unconscious acts of the tadpole or minnow.  The boundaries are fixed.

There are literally thousands of scientific theories, and many millions who believe them.  John Gordon made an astute observation when he declared that, "Orthodox science works only because approximations are allowed." (3)  Hypotheses grow into nicely packaged theories that are passed off as facts because scientists leave for themselves plenty of room for error.  Knowledge becomes indefinite because approximations are allowed, a means for the manipulation of data in myriads of ways.  The scientist is rarely proven wrong in his assertions because he truly asserts nothing at all.  When juggling amorphous variables the scientist assumes a body of knowledge that in essence maintains indefinite dimensions.

Calendrical Isometrics cannot deal in approximates, the target days or years for the predicted events as demonstrated concerning The World Trade Center disaster, the Yom Kippur War and the presidential assassinations of the past in The Science of Prediction were exact.  There is no room for error of one day or year.  Because of the absence of approximates, knowledge is not taken away nor lost.  It can only by this method be added to.  Unfortunately, it is for these reasons that the scientific community is the greatest enemy of novel ideas that challenge their cherished and illusory pillars.

As the attorney employs Latin and obscure procedures and terminology when addressing the bench to conceal his art from the layman; as the mystic employs strange ritual and symbols of ambiguity to control the outcome of her doings; as the old prophets spoke in the language of universals to mask the particulars they sought to address, so too do the modern scientists base their predictions on approximations.  One cannot be pushed off a foundation he is not actually standing on.  Scientists are experts at the invention of theoretical models for which they demonstrate their genius for providing explanations when those models prove incorrect.

Calendrical Isometrics is a science and it can reveal many things to the sincere student.  A unique discovery can be shown to be authentic, a hoax can be exposed (no matter how many believe it), a people of unknown pedigree today can be linked to their ancestors, wars can be predicted, and with whom.  And as we have seen, disasters can be known before they occur.  By recognizing this we more clearly understand P.D. Ouspensky when he wrote-

What is necessary first to understand is not that the future is formed of any separate acts of the present, but that the whole future is in unbroken continuity with the present, as the present is with the past. (4)

In 1781 the famous philosopher Immanuel Kant in his Critique of Pure Reason, wrote, "...the appearances of past time determine every existence in succeeding time; and that these existences, as events, cannot take place except insofar as the appearance of past time determine their existence in time, that is, fix it by a rule."   Voltaire too offers a sage quote- "All certainty which does not consist in mathematical demonstration is nothing more than the highest probability; there is no other historical certainty." (5)   In Technics and Civilization by Lewis Mumford we read- "The past that is already dead remains present in the future that has yet to be born."   In 1911 Professor Soddy wrote, "Civilization, as it is at present, even on a purely physical side, is not a self-supporting movement.  The conditions under which it originates determine its period and fix the date of its decline."   In 1985 C.W. Dalton in The World's All Wrong wrote, "The present is both a necessary consequence of the past and the cause of the future." (6)

Though we have used herein the analogy of the pool of water and its ripples there is yet a more appropriate symbol for the operation of the phenomenon of time.  The pendulum with regularity swings back and forth keeping a natural rhythm.  As it traverses its path of motion the pendulum spends the majority of its movement to the left or to the right of its 90 degree epicenter, moving into swings backward and forward in motion before passing at its quickest speed over the epicenter that it traverses in a blink.

Translated into the phenomenon of time we find that the pendulum [material reality] spends an equal amount of its motion to the left [the past] and to the right [the future] while spending hardly no time at all over the epicenter [the present] which it passes over rapidly as it moves forward and backward through space.  By recognizing that we move through conditions that we perceive through our senses as events we are better able to understand and study the world we live in, where it has been and where it is going.  As we are the pendulum, the present barely exists at all while the future continually flows into the past.  As products of our own psyche, which is grounded in experience, it can be argued that the past and the future are more substantive than the present, the present more illusory than that which was and which will be.  Kant summed it up nicely when he wrote, "It is not time that passes, but the existence of what is changeable passes in time." (7)

The operation of the human mind reflects this phenomenon.  Every day we find ourselves wrapped up in memories of the past or in worrying over the future.  Few people realize what is happening to them.  When the human body is active, so is the mind, focused and concentrating on something, so the present becomes more real to the perceiver.  But when we stop moving, stop studying or meditating on a task, immediately the mind travels into the past or by the agency of imagination it traverses the future, be it through hope or worry.  When still, often without realizing it, our mind takes us backward and forward in time.

Over sixteen centuries ago Augustine of Hippo in Confessions XI pondered these things and was remarkably correct in his assessment.  He wrote, "Time flies so quickly from future into past that it is an interval without duration.  If it has duration, it is divisible into past and future.  But the present occupies no space." (8)

If we are able to perceive the operation of a phenomenon then there must also be a method by which we can understand its basic mechanics.  This is what led to the discovery of Isometric Projections.  The pendulum our compass, the center of the device serves as our Isometric Epicenter.  The epicenter being 1973 when the World Trade Center towers were completed and dedicated, the pendulum moved 28 years into the past to 1945 when a B-25 bomber crashed right through the 79-80th floors of the tallest building in the world, the Empire State Building, in New York.  Then the pendulum swung forward 28 years into the future to 2001 when the WTC towers were destroyed by aircraft, one hurling through the 78-80th floors.

In conclusion, we defer to the erudition of Judge Thomas Troward who in 1902 wrote-

A relation once clearly grasped in its mathematical aspect becomes thenceforth one of the unalterable truths of the universe, no longer a thing to be argued about, but an axiom which may be assumed as the foundation on which to build up the edifice of future knowledge. (9)

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Jason M. Breshears is a researcher of the occult, chronology and antiquities.  Eight of his published works are nonfiction with extensive bibliographies concerning fascinating information on ancient civilizations, cataclysms and the modern establishment's attempts to suppress these discoveries from the public today.  Five of these works are published by Book Tree in San Diego.

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  1. Immanuel Velikovsky, Ages in Chaos p. 337; 2. Oswald Spengler, The Decline of the West p. 73; 3. John Gordon, Egypt: Child of Atlantis; 4. P.D. Ouspensky, Tertium Organum, citing Mabel Collins; 5. Voltaire, The Portable Voltaire p. 223; 6. C.W. Dalton, The World's All Wrong, p. 454; 7. Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason p. 180; 8. Augustine of Hippo, Confessions IX p. 232 (Oxford); 9. Thomas Troward, The Hidden Power p. 26-27