This kind of thinking will never ever appear even for a single instant when we directly perceive the emptiness of time.
Your expirence is all inclusive.
To percieve (with the constituent parts that perception requires to take place) is to experience time. There is no entity "emptyness" not even in a figuritive way. Because language (being a conditioned thing) is not able to discribe that witch would, other wise, be un-conditioned. In the same way "no-time" can not be related towards with language, but again this does not mean that "emptyness" and "no-time" are ineffable entitys. As saying something is ineffable implys that it still exists. And as we know no-thing exists that is not conditioned by other things.
Too say that there is not time in an objective sense is too relate to the qualitys of existance in witch expirence is non sequential. Like a deep meditative state (I imagine). You can't say that you heard a sound with your eyes, or that you tasted a smell with your skin can you? In the same way you cant relate to a non-sequential entity by means of expirence that requires sequentialization, or has sequential expirence built in.
In the same way, if you were to be in some mode of experience that time was not a part of, that sort of experience would not be effable in the realms of experience where time is a constant. ex. Why Make Sentence Does This Not Sense.
My problem with this is I think your statements imply that there is something behind what we experience. Like, dare i say, a soul.