Posted Sep 18, 2014 by Martin Armstrong
QUESTION: Marty, you said that this cycle is the first time that the civil unrest and the international war cycle converge since the 1700s. You mean that it is a 300 year cycle of just that or is this when they align?
ANSWER: This is an alignment, not a 300 year cycle. If you have a 16 and a 18 week cycle, a some point they drift apart and then they converge. This is what sailors in the ocean called the giant wave. In wave movement you have constructive and destructive inference. When they align you get a bigger wave than normal.
This famous Japanese print known as the “Great Wave” does not portray a tsunami caused by an earthquake. The Great Wave pictures what its title denotes, simply a large okinami, which actually means a “wave of the open sea.” Until 1995, these “Great Waves” or “Rogue Waves” were known only from stories of sailors. The 1972 movie Poseidon Adventure depicts an ocean liner turned upside down by one of these waves.
In 1995, there was the first measurement of such a wave known as the Draupner wave or New Year’s wave . It struck the Draupner oil platform in the North Sea off the coast of Norway on January 1st, 1995. This provided the first opportunity to actually measure such a wave carried out by Engineer Paul Taylor. The platform survived this event, but the wave, measured with lasers, was 84 feet high (25.6 meters) in a sea where the average wave was 39 feet high (12 meters).
In our Cycle of War, we have split domestic from international. The international wave hit for events like WWI and WWII etc. Those are conflicts between countries. That is only one aspect of the Cycle of War. The second wave formation functions based upon civil unrest. This moves from protests up the scale to revolution such as the American and French Revolutions of the late 1700s.
This is what I am talking about that we have not a 300 year cycle, but the constructive inference between these two entirely different trends one domestic and one international. The Scottish vote today falls into the category of civil not international and is part of that cycle that is converging with the international where we see Russia v USA and China v Japan, and Middle East.
There will always be people who do not believe in cycles. There will never be 100% agreement on anything. They are typically the linear thinker and can only see a straight line. They do not connect the dots to see the whole picture. The entire universe functions on cycles. Nothing but nothing exists without a cycle. It is how energy simply moves from light “waves” to sound “waves”.
Our heart beats and hospitals determine if we are live based upon brain waves. So I really do not get how people cannot imagine cycles since this is the foundation of the universe and life itself. The naysayers are just like the people who fought against the idea that the earth was round not flat or that we revolved around the sun and were not at the center of the universe.
Here is a chart of the cycle in the ice cores proving Global Warming is again bullshit and here too it was postulated by linear thinkers who cannot see everything around them and make the connections.