Passenger jet skids off runway in Trabzon, Turkey to stop on a cliff just metres above the oceanThe Pegasus Airlines flight had taken off smoothly from the capital Ankara and landed in Trabzon, but skidded off the runway in the northern airport. No one was injured or killed in the landing. Source: news.com.au Picture: DOGAN NEWS AGENCY / AFPSource:AFP  Information of event. Pegasus timeline key frame  1.14.2018Boeing 737162 passengersTurkey / TroyTrabzon, TrebizondeBlack Sea coastAround 30° angle, airplane on cliffTurkish Airlines Twitter Message Released: 00:01, 14 January 2018Source: twitter.comRead More →

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A new Etna eruption 2060 days after the notorious Etna time shift, the Etna eruption of 11 July 2011, causing clocks to run 15 minutes fast. Etna is Europe’s largest volcano in the mainland.  The airports are still open but that can change any time as authorities are tracking the movements of the ash clouds. See video on thelocal.itRead More →

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The new year always starts with a bang. Worldwide there will be fireworks and parties. But this year, the new year will start with something extra.  There will be 61 seconds in the minute leading up to midnight on December 31. To be exactly: in the UTC timezone.  UTC is a compromise between the English CUT, Coordinated Universal Time and the French TUC, Temps universel coordonné. In the military they call the UTC: Zulu time. For probably most timetravellers it’s the main timezone to navigate between timelines.  The reason for the France-based International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service to make this one second adjustment isRead More →

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Michel de Nostradame. Also know by his Latinised name: Nostradamus. A man who had visions and prophecies, according to his legacy. Some say he’s a fraud. A man who fooled the people. And others don’t doubt his predictions, often written in somewhat abstract and mysterious Quatrains, the name he gave to his short poem like pieces of words.   The present time together with the past Will be judged by the great Joker: The world too late will be tired of him, And through the clergy oath-taker disloyal. Nostradamus. Quatrains – Century X. 73. Quatrains His Quatrains are written in some kind of code. HeRead More →

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If you’re familiar with the public talks of J. Krishnamurti then you know, during his talks he often states that he’s not a teacher nor guru figure. He wants people to think for themselves and not follow any system or religion without asking questions.  When he was young he was chosen by the Theosophical Society to become the new World Teacher. But later Jiddu Krishnamurti rejected this and he withdrew from that organization. He said he had no allegiance to any nationality, caste, religion, or philosophy, and spent the rest of his life travelling the world, speaking to large and small groups and individuals. HeRead More →

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The need for a perfect clock Scientists have been working on the most accurate clocks since time has been measured. From atomic clocks to electro magnetic clocks, the need for perfect time measurement and observation is great and becomes more important with the use of digital devices. In other words: We need a perfect working clock. Not only for knowing when the Sun rises and the Moon arrives, as our ancestors did with their natural clocks. Today’s world has to know much more about excact time measurement.  And a split second is a basic element of this.  This world is filled with digital devices using time asRead More →

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When the nano second counts From ancient stone structures to modern watches and smartphones. Time measurement has always been one of the primal things for humanity. We need clocks for basic things like cooking and appointments. But when it comes to more difficult things, time measurement must be a perfect as possible. Especially in the fields of science. Scientist from the old days used their mechanical instruments. In today’s world the mechanical devices have been replaced by electronic, digital devices. Some of our day-to-day technologies are actually sensitive to extremely small changes in time measurements. GPS technology, for instance, is sensitive to the changes in timeRead More →

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The Mayan civilization had their own way of measuring and seeing time. They expressed their visions and ideas of time on stone, mostly round (wheel) tablets. The Maya people thought of time in unique moments. Each day is unique and has it’s own specific characteristics. They had the same idea with chapters in large time dimensions. Like in an aeon, era or millenium. The Time Track Guild  There was a guild of Mayan time keepers or time trackers calculating the coming time, the future, and describe it on stone tablets. There’s a very interesting article about this subject: The Mayan Clock Was Broken By TheRead More →

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It was an exciting time. The days before old year’s eve 1999. It was the arrival of a new millenium and the notorious Year 2000 Bug. Some people started with serious preperations in case it would be the end of the world. All caused by a computer bug. The story in short: internal computer clocks were not programmed to handle the time shift from 1999 to 2000, as it was said in the mainstream media. This bug could affect all computers on earth and could trigger world wide chaos. More info: Wikipedia. The Y2K Bug.  There was the same sort of hype before the arrivalRead More →

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An eruption by Mount Etna on the Italian island of Sicily could be the cause of a local time shift July 11, 2011 was Etna’s 5th eruption of that year. It was strong and short. Afterwards thousands of Sicilians noticed that their watches, alarms and even computer clocks were running 15 minutes fast. Mechanical Natural? Could the volcano be the trigger event? Or was another event that activated the volcanic time shift. Perhaps the heat of the volcano causing fluctuations in temperatures in mechanical and electronical devices? There is no logical explanation, for now. Perhaps when science has found out more about certain frequencies coming fromRead More →

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