Timetrak® chronographs are highly individualized patterns, tracings in time that begin when we are born or a key ("genesis") event occurs. These Timetraks® depict chains of activity that are twofold: external factors (career matters, where we work or live) and internal factors (health, relationships, emotional concerns.) MERLIN creates snapshots of time -- Timetraks® by using a single, "frozen moment" of time as a starting point. MERLIN pinpoints three elements about such periods of activity: the onset, the intensity, and the duration.
We provide a Library of recent Timetraks® below, which demonstrates the applicability of the Timetrak® chronographs to recent events and people in the news.
How To Interpret A Timetrak - Interpreting Merlin Timetraks® The MERLIN chronograph or Timetrak® is a composite image that is made up of two separate time models. The solid or darker portion of the display is often reflective of EXTERNAL objective realities, when applied to an individual. It indicates factors such as their career, status or living situation. The shaded or lighter portion reflects more INTERNAL subjective concerns, for example health or emotional matters. Analogous factors can often be applied even to countries or projects and situations, where a meaningful reference can be drawn. An example might be the strength of the fabric of a society as compared to say, it's GDP or domestic output. More
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Governor Sarah Palin (2-11-1964)
Barack Obama (announced 2/10/2007)
Hillary Clinton (announced 1/20/2007)
2008 Presidential Campaign TImetraks:
Hillary Clinton (10/26/1947)
Mitt Romney (03/12/1947)
And for those who keep asking . . .
This Week's Focus -- Questions of Competence and Veracity
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