Motus in fine velocior [Motion accelerates when the end is near] The latin ‘motus in fine velocior’ is commonly used to indicate the faster passing of the time at the end of an historical period. The multiplication of events, in fact, shortens the course of time, which in itself does not exist outside of the things that flow. Time, says Aristotle, is the measure of movement (Physics, IV, 219 b). More precisely we define it as the duration of changeable things. God is eternal precisely because He is immutable: every moment has its cause in Him, but nothing in Him changes. The more one distances himself from God the more chaos, produced by the change, increases. You know, sometimes I think the transition from the old to the "new" world could be faster than many would imagine. By that I mean maybe within the next 10 years or so. Not that the world would miraculously become a paradise - far from that. But the collapse of the old world could take us all by surprise. Just think: what will the world have become if God allows things to go on as they are for, say, another 50 years. We may have reached a point of no return. I´m not trying to understand the mind of God, of course, but there are indications we may be near the tipping point. Plus there are many messages that suggest just that. In addition, there´s the age of seers: Conchita is 68, the Medjugorje seers all in their 50´s. Even if you consider the final chastisement, predicted in Akita and Garabandal. When the Garabandal girls expressed their concern about what would happen to the little children in the village during the chastisement Our Holy Mother said they would all the adults by then. If that is a true quote, those little children should now be in their early 60´s or thereabouts. Which means the chastisement (yes, I know, it´s conditional, but who are we kidding - has the world repented and improved?) can´t be 30 years from now. Am I missing something? Time to buckle up.