In general, the Judeo-Christian concept based on the Bible, is that time is linear, with a beginning, the act of creation by God. The Christian view assumes also an end of time, the eschaton, expected to happen when Christ returns to earth in the Second Coming to judge the living and the dead. This will be the consummation of the world and time. The Christian view is that God is uncreated and eternal so that He and the supernatural world are outside time and exist in eternity. Ancient cultures such as the Incan, Mayan, Hopi and other Native American tribes as well as the Hindu, Buddhist and Jainist have concept of a Wheel of Time, that regards time as cyclical and quantic consisting of repeating ages that happen to every being of the Universe between birth and extinction. This concept is also shared by the Q'ero Indians in Peru who are direct descendants of the Incan empire and the Hopi Indians of Arizona. The Wheel of Time is also associated with Tibetan Tantric Buddhism and the diety Kalachakra. There are those among us who say time is an "illusion" but is this really true? For the concept of "chakra" translates as "cycles" and Kalachakra translates as "cycles of times". Chakra meditation then would be related to these cycles and their relationship to points within the human form or body which is regulated by the heartbeat and pulse. Thus we have differential viewpoints. Those who view time as illusion and those who view "time is everything and everything is under the influence of time". Om d'Nommo "as it is outside, so it is within the body"