It’s About TIME – Part 7 – 10,000 Year Clock

Tags: TIME, Clocks, Perception, Space, Magick, Philanthropy, Wealthy, WEF, Bells, Deserts, Mountains, Megalomaniacs, Millennium, End of the Age, Maritime, Ancestors

Symbols, Signs and Sigils these are the language of the Elite/Magicians/Illumined.  These are employed not only as a means of communicaiton but as instruments of Magick meant to conjure demonic assistance for the completion of the desired work. 

What they are practicing here is sympathetic Magick,  As Above So Below and vice versa.  They are creating images that portray their desires for our future.

These symbols, signs and sigils have power in the spiritual realm.  Not the kind of power you want in your life.  It is power that comes at a great cost and always leads to death and destruction.  

These bizarre clocks the elite are building in the desert mountains are very important.  Pay attention.   Take heed to the message that is coming forth.  

Yes, it is ABOUT TIME.  And so much more.

I strongly urged you to view the following posts.  There is a lot of related material in them and they are too huge to include here.  It would help if you see these first:

It’s About TIME – Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4; Part 5; Part 6





Depending on the day, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is either the richest or second richest human on Earth. And while he’s trying to figure out how to use some of that money philanthropically,  (See below re: Philanthropy)

World-Shapers, LifeSavers and Heroes or Shysters?

he announced today that construction has begun on the giant clock in the middle of nowhere that he put up $42 million to build. The 10,000 Year Clock is intended as a symbolic reminder that we should consider the long-term impact of our actions.

On Tuesday, Bezos tweeted a neat little timelapse video of the clock being assembled in a remote mountain in West Texas. Though Bezos’ money and resources bring attention to the project, it’s actually the long-held dream of computer theorist Danny Hillis and the Long Now Foundation. The foundation is dedicated to inspiring projects and ideas that take extremely long-term cultural development into account.

Bezos’ contribution to the 10,000 Year Clock consists of his substantial financial donation and supplying the mountain location where it’s being built. In 2011, he wrote on a website dedicated to the project, “as I see it, humans are now technologically advanced enough that we can create not only extraordinary wonders but also civilization-scale problems.” This idea leads him to believe that “we’re likely to need more long-term thinking.” For now, that long-term thinking is going into a 500-foot cavern that a team drilled into a mountain that Bezos owns.

Once workers finish their task of assembling the gears, dials, levers, and pendulums that will make the clock run, it will only tick forward once a year. According to the plans, the clock’s chime generator will deliver a unique sequence of bell ringing every 24 hours. From there, the really long-term mechanics come into play.

Here I must pause to state that this structure has NO SIGNIFICANCE to anything that is for the benefit of mankind.  This IS SYMPATHETIC MAGIC.  They are declaring the RULE of BAAL.  THE CHANGING OF TIME.  THE SWITCH TO A SPIRITUAL WORLD as apposed to God’s Creation. To learn more on the topic of Bells, view the following posts:

Five “room-sized anniversary chamberswill each contain a different mechanical animation. The one-year anniversary chamber will feature a model of our solar system, including interplanetary probes that were launched in the 20th century. At the same time each year, that chamber will come alive and run through its animation. Bezos, Hillis, and the team plan to also create an anniversary animation for the 10-year cycle but its subject hasn’t been determined yet. The remaining chambers will be triggered on the 100-, 1,000-, and 10,000-year anniversaries and their contents will be decided by future generations. And once every millennium, a cuckoo will pop out of its hole, only to return to its lonely holding cell for another thousand years.

“In the year 4000, you’ll go see this clock and you’ll wonder, ‘Why on Earth did they build this,’” Bezos told Wired in 2011. Many people will probably ask that same question in a shorter time frame. Obviously, $42 million could do a lot of good in the here and now. But it’s hard to argue about the value of a truly magnificent piece of engineering, executed at jaw-dropping scale, for little reason other than to inspire people. The pyramids probably seemed like a pretty big waste of time and energy back in the day. People still argue over what the hell Stonehenge is all about—maybe that was the point. Let’s face it, pretty much every momentous structure and wonder from history has been created at the whim of one or a few powerful megalomaniacs.

The public will purportedly be able to visit the Clock of the Long Now when it’s completed (no completion date has been announced), but Bezos’ warns the trip will take a “commitment.” He writes on the clock’s website that “the nearest airport is several hours away by car, and the foot trail to the Clock is rugged, rising almost 2,000 feet above the valley floor.” If you’ve got a pair of hiking boots, you know where to find Jeff on the clock’s anniversary, every year.

[Jeff Bezos via Engadget]


Introduction – 10,000 Year Clock – The Long Now

The Clock is designed to run for 10,000 years even if no one ever visits (although it would not display the correct time till someone visited). If there is no attention for long periods of time the Clock uses the energy captured by changes in the temperature between day and night on the mountain top above to power its time-keeping apparatus.