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Right as promised ( but much later than I originally planned to get this up) here is my time travel experience.

 

 

This happened around 2011. I was sitting in bed one evening ( I was not in the slightest bit sleepy, but I lived in a tiny bedroom in a shared house and had no sofa or chair in that room, it was that tiny the only place one could sit was bed).

 

I’d been given a Moqui Marble from an American friend who’d been back from a trip to Arizona and offered me the Moqui ball for a tenner, so I readily agreed to this. I’d heard about these interesting balls and was intrigued by them.

 

I didn’t know a lot aobut them, so wasn’t expecting anything in particular to happen.

 

I had the ball in my hands and closed my eyes, to see what impressions I might get from it. I had already held in day time and it made me feel amused and want to laugh a bit ( which funnily enough other people I gave it to hold later on all said they felt that and without me telling them I had too).

 

As I did that within seconds I was sucked at break neck speed back to the 1840s.

 

I was stood in a room with wooden chairs in rows and a tall man with dark hair and a beard was looking at me with an amused smile on his face, as I was going to sit down on one of the chairs. It was clear that some kind of meeting/lecture was going to take place. He said to me that I couldn’t sit down and stay there, that this wasn’t for me.

 

I then had the feeling that this was because I was a woman and felt that I was his daughter, aged about 18 -20 I think.

 

He was then asking me to leave the room, but all the while polite about it.

 

Then woosh---I was sucked right back to my bedroom in 2011 and I was VERY disorientated. I did not recognise my room or who I was for about 20-30 seconds.

 

I saw this man’s face very clearly as the room. I was there.

 

What is even strangers is that the next place I lived at after this shared house ( a tiny 2 up 2 down circa 1980s build) I had something that fit in with this experience.

 

I phoned a phone psychic for a few mins in 2012 ( yeah I know---but I was bored one evening lol) and the phone psychic described a tall Victorian man with a beard who played the piano, he was my husband and we played together in a previous life. The way she described him sounded like this man I met in the 1840s.

 

 

The feeling that I was his daughter when I was in 1840? Maybe I was a very young wife- he looked abut 35 ish.

 

Or maybe the psychic wasn’t quite accurate on the details of my relationship with this 1840s man.

 

I was not asleep, it was not a dream. I was pulled back into the 1840s, and since this had not happened to me before it must have been the Moqui ball that did it.

 

I have been meaning for years to hold this Moqui ball again and see if it will send me anywhere else. I'd love for it to send me back to the 1930s to a swing club/dance hall lol.

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, awake said:

My understanding of time travel can only happen in 2 places

 

1. The mind

2. Light

 

If i could go back i'd do alot of things different and be there to witness certain events. Not going to go into much detail though

 

 

This is what I think generally. I DID go back to the 1840s but not with my body, with my consciousness. My body was left behind in 2011. 

 

Funny you should mention wanting to go back to do things differently, as this article examines what people's motivations to go back in time are- he thinks its to change things one did, and that it's also about the wish for immortality.That is not my motivation at all

 

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Time Travel Probably Isn't Possible—Why Do We Wish It Were?
Time travel exerts an irresistible pull on our scientific and storytelling imagination
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Since H.G. Wells imagined that time was a fourth dimension—and Einstein confirmed it—the idea of time travel has captivated us. More than 50 scientific papers are published on time travel each year, and storytellers continually explore it—from Stephen King’s JFK assassination novel 11/22/63 to the steamy Outlander television series to Woody Allen’s comedy Midnight in Paris. What if we could travel back in time, we wonder, and change history? Assassinate Hitler or marry that high school sweetheart who dumped us? What if we could see what the future has in store?

 

These are some of the ideas that bestselling author James Gleick explores in his thought-provoking new book, Time Travel: A History. Speaking from his home in New York City, he recalls how Stephen Hawking once sent out invitations to a party that had already taken place; why the Chinese government has branded time travel as “incorrect” and “frivolous”; and how the idea of time travel is, ultimately, about our desire to defeat death.

 

 

He then goes on to state that:


 

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I assumed, as a person who always read sci-fi a lot when I was a kid, that time travel is an obvious idea we’re born knowing and fantasizing about. And that it must always have been part of human culture, that there must be time travel Greek myths and Chinese legends. But there aren’t! Time travel turns out to be a very new idea that essentially starts with H.G. Wells’s 1895 novel, The Time Machine. Before that nobody thought of putting the words time and travel together. The closest you can come before that is people falling asleep, like Rip Van Winkle, or fantasies like Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol.

 

The beginning of my book is an attempt to answer the question, “Why? Why not before? Why suddenly at the end of the 19th century was it possible—necessary—for people to dream up this crazy fantasy?” Even though it’s H.G. Wells who does it, people pick up his ball very quickly and run with it. You find it in American science fiction that started appearing in pulp magazines in the 1920s and 1930s, or in the great new modernist literature of Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time, James Joyce, and Virginia Woolf.

 

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2016/10/time-travel-history-science-james-gleick/

 

 

 

 

 

He has interesting ideas but I think it's too simplistic to say it's about wanting to change one's past or to become immortal. I think it goes further than that.

 

If one is a history nerd like myself, nothing is more exciting than the idea of going back to see the events, people, places and times that you see in history books, old photos and try and imagine what they were like.

 

 Some of the examples for me are:

 

I'd love to see Farinelli the 18th century castrato sing. Was he really as spectacular as people claimed?

 

I'd love to see Elizabeth I- what did her white lead face make up really look like?

 

I'd love to spend evenings in the 1930s dance band halls! And have a ride in one of those lovely old motor cars.

 

I'd love to see Pompeii in its hey dey.

 

I'd like to walk down a Victorian slum just to see how horrendous it must have been- were they as gross as I imagine them to be by looking at the photos or even worse?

 

I'd love to see Mozart play the fortepiano and attend one of his concerts in the 18th century.

 

Books can't tell me how all that would feel, sound, smell.

 

But there have been people who have actually bodily been back in time. 

 

https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/554109/edwardian-women-who-claimed-travel-back-time

 

Tom Slemen has documented in his books many tales of time travel. In one remarkable incident he relates a woman in the 1980s who went back several times to the 1950s and even brought things back from the 1950s and the daughter witnessed her going into the yard and then vanishing. She was a real life Gary Sparrow!

 

What is even more incrdeible is that the 1950s teddy boy her mother kept going back to the 1950s to meet appeared in the yard and came into the book shop she owned looking for the mother.

 

Then after he was told to get lost ( as he was a bit of trouble, so the mother stopped going back to the 1950s to meet him) and they told Tom about the teddy boy, they all did research and found out that the lad had died in the 1950s , so he was not some 1980s guy playing  a trick on them. He was real. 

 

You can look him up online and find out more about these.

 

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, linenum said:

This is about the "block universe" where time travel is possible but all times exist eternally as a single entity.

 

 

Woahh that is fascinating!

 

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If time is just another dimension, a lot like the spatial dimensions, does that mean we can travel in time?

 

The short answer is yes.

 

Of course, things are way more complicated than that. Travelling in time is clearly much more difficult than travelling in space. It might be very technologically costly to time travel, so perhaps it's not really something that, practically speaking, we can do.

But it's certainly possible.

 

We already know that travelling very fast will result in time dilation, so we know it's possible to travel into the future just by travelling very fast.

 

We can travel quite a way into the future if we can travel at some reasonable percentage of the speed of light. We also know how to travel into the past. We can do that by using wormholes, which are short cuts through space-time.

 

So, if I can travel in time, can I change the past?

 

No. That would create a contradiction, and there are no contradictions. Remember, on the block universe model, the past is no different than the future or the present. Everything is relative: what is past to you, will be future to someone else.

 

So if I travel back to the past I'm travelling to what is someone else's future. That means the past won't be any different, in kind, to the present. What will happen if I travel to the past? I'll get out of my time machine and start walking around. I'll breathe the air and chat to people.

 

Obviously, this will have effects on the time I travel to. I'll tread on ants; I'll talk to people from that time; I'll pat horses, and feed donkeys and so on. I'll act, in the past, in the sorts of ways I act in the present. But I won't be changing the past. Just as when I eat cornflakes instead of toast tomorrow I am not changing the future, I'm just making the future the way it is, when I travel to the past I don't change it, I just make it the way it is, and always has been.

 

 

I'm getting shivers of excitement reading this! It makes sense to me and I'm a science/maths dunce. 

 

I like science but often have to read things over many times for the penny to drop. I get this.

 

If time travel to the past can be done- bring it on!!!

 

 

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Confused yet?
Let's recap.

What I do tomorrow makes tomorrow the way it is, and the way it always has been. What I do in the past makes the past time the way it is, and always has been.

 

If I travel to the past, I am part of the past. Importantly, I was always part of the past. The events in the block are there for all time: they do not change. So, as a time traveller, it's not as though I suddenly appear at a past time. It's always been the case that I am located at that past time.

 

Nothing a time traveller does changes anything in the block. Instead, what the traveller does at any time makes that time, and later times, the way they are. 

 

 

Woahhhh at below:

 

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But that doesn't show that our time travelling selves don't succeed in doing lots of things in the past. For all we know, the reason the past is the way it is, is in part due to the presence of time travellers.

 

 

 

Spine shivers! Does this explain accounts of mysterious people who appear to help folks then vanish? Photos of people in old photos who look like they come from the future and not the time the photo was taken? People in the past who seemed to, or even did know things ahead of their time?

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8 hours ago, itsnotallrightjack said:

 

I have heard of this indeed. I'll have to read more into it. Yeahhh-- part of me wants to see what it'd be like in 100 years, but it's a bit scary. I was only saying to my Mum on the phone a couple of days ago that I think 100 years on the tech would have moved on so far that we would feel more at home in the 1920s than we would in 2220. That it'd be so alien to our every day life that we'd fit better in the 1920s. I know I probably would.

 

I mean, I know how to use a dial phone, a wind up gramophone,  radios are there, there are buses and trams, electricity, newspapers for your news, even electric cookers for some folks. I know how to build a coal fire and so on.

 

But 2220- I can see it being some VR world. You'd go into your home with a chip in your finger, all laptops are obsolete and you swipe empty space for VR screens to access the internet. 

 

Everyone is walking round swiping and waving into thin air for their VR screens. A bit like those Black Mirror episodes.

 

I'd be lost in a world like that and not relate to it at all.

 

But Star Trek TNG- Yes I could cope with that. The holodeck would be awesome. And they don't have smart phones there, so no smart phone addiction. They still have social lives!

I agree, I wish humanity would slow down with tech and appreciate how easy it is to live right now. All we need to do is have more people growing food and being sustainable and I think we will be much better off. Implementing more solar power too. We really should have solar panels on every roof top, along with gardens on city roof tops.

 

Sidewalks in major cities with a lot of pedestrians should be regenerative energy as in, every strike down from a persons foot while they walk or run should be captured by a pad under the cement, or on top, whichever works better, and then that energy can be stored and later used at night to power lights or whatever else.

 

These governors and mayors need to go in favor of more forward thinking people who can bring our cities up to date in terms of energy efficiency.

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12 hours ago, KingKitty said:

If it were with the aid of a time machine, you could only go to anytime from the creation of the machine to the future.

 

So, once you made the machine, some future dude could step out. But, you and future dude could not go back in time to a point before the machine's creation.

 

Going backwards would alter time/events, no matter how careful you, Stewie and Brian are about things. Very terrible things could happen, like Dolly no longer having braces.

 

Going forward, like Fry, would not alter any time lines nor events anymore than anyone else in the future time, where you now work as a delivery boy.

 

I've been heading towards the future really slowly for quite a few years, myself. Figure I'd ease into it. So far, not liking it at all. Not at all like I was told it would be, back when I was a kid. No jet packs. Bad for the environment.

 

The Block theory disputes this, as everything that ever happened has already happened in the block.

 

 

Oh do tell more about your future experiences- how did you "arrive" there?  More of what it's like and what year etc would be of great interest to me. 

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8 hours ago, eddy64 said:

i dont think you could travel back in time without sticking out like a sore thumb due to better health, grooming and your language not matching theirs.

 

Well there is that yes. Depends where you go. I reckon I could hide in the 1930s easily enough but the 1500s no lol.

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4 hours ago, KingKitty said:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Art_Bell

 

There are various archived episodes of his radio shows online. He was waaaay ahead of the curve on just about everything discussed on this site, not just time travel. Worth looking up.

 

I'll do a search for them. Hope they will work here in the UK. Some USA sites are blocked to us ( that GDPR thing).

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4 hours ago, KingKitty said:

You haven't seen my band mates.

 

LOL. I was gonna say how rough and scruffy looking some youngsters are today, but I didn't want to come across as rude. 

 

I like the vintage styling. Men in those 1930s smart suits, trilby hats and women always wore hosiery. No bare oily legs and tight shorts as short as knickers walking down the streets. 

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3 hours ago, KingKitty said:

Just think of the stress and anxiety a majority of people are feeling as the "New Normal" is being impressed upon us.

 

Even a jump of a few years could be very jarring. Imagine if you had travel just three years ago to today's world. Tell me you wouldn't want to go back to before you came. I believe another ten years from now will be a very strange landscape.

 

Yes, I get this totally.  I couldn't have imagined how it is today back as a youngster in the 1980s.

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24 minutes ago, Messenger said:

I agree, I wish humanity would slow down with tech and appreciate how easy it is to live right now. All we need to do is have more people growing food and being sustainable and I think we will be much better off. Implementing more solar power too. We really should have solar panels on every roof top, along with gardens on city roof tops.

 

Sidewalks in major cities with a lot of pedestrians should be regenerative energy as in, every strike down from a persons foot while they walk or run should be captured by a pad under the cement, or on top, whichever works better, and then that energy can be stored and later used at night to power lights or whatever else.

 

These governors and mayors need to go in favor of more forward thinking people who can bring our cities up to date in terms of energy efficiency.

 

Absolutely! We, never before have had so much scientific knowledge and gadgets that could make life very pleasant for most of the world's population. 

 

Yet we still have wars and cruelty.

 

This is what gets my goat about these young commie loonie lefty activists. They need to read history, and read it PROPERLY. 

 

They are so arrogant thinking they are the best people there's ever been.

 

Yes there has been massive improvements in health care, sanitation, ethics and so on, but the fact there's still war and they are being rude and violent shows that they are no better than some of the people in the past that they point their fingers at.

 

And there were loads of geniuses in the past.

 

Just look at this  for example:

 

 

 

These 18th century automatons are a marvel and works of genius.

 

 

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24 minutes ago, itsnotallrightjack said:

 

Absolutely! We, never before have had so much scientific knowledge and gadgets that could make life very pleasant for most of the world's population. 

 

Yet we still have wars and cruelty.

 

This is what gets my goat about these young commie loonie lefty activists. They need to read history, and read it PROPERLY. 

 

They are so arrogant thinking they are the best people there's ever been.

 

Yes there has been massive improvements in health care, sanitation, ethics and so on, but the fact there's still war and they are being rude and violent shows that they are no better than some of the people in the past that they point their fingers at.

 

And there were loads of geniuses in the past.

 

Just look at this  for example:

 

 

 

These 18th century automatons are a marvel and works of genius.

 

 

Absolutely Jack. Can I call you Jack for short? :classic_biggrin:

 

The hypocrisy of the left to denounce violence with more violence is disturbing.

 

I've seen that automaton, it's pretty amazing. There is a piano player one also I think, and even a small puppet show like town. The first iterations of AI.

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6 minutes ago, Messenger said:

Absolutely Jack. Can I call you Jack for short? :classic_biggrin:

 

The hypocrisy of the left to denounce violence with more violence is disturbing.

 

I've seen that automaton, it's pretty amazing. There is a piano player one also I think, and even a small puppet show like town. The first iterations of AI.

 

Most certainly Jack is fine lol. 

 

I can't stand lefty loony rhetoric.

 

Yes, I remember the ones you mean. I think it was an organ. The puppet town blew my mind when I saw it! (It was on a BBC programme).

 

 

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This thread makes me want to just go back to 2016 and stay there. The meme war days were so much comfier than being on the brink of civil war. Oh well, at least I have some funny memories.

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, itsnotallrightjack said:

Right as promised ( but much later than I originally planned to get this up) here is my time travel experience.

 

 

This happened around 2011. I was sitting in bed one evening ( I was not in the slightest bit sleepy, but I lived in a tiny bedroom in a shared house and had no sofa or chair in that room, it was that tiny the only place one could sit was bed).

 

I’d been given a Moqui Marble from an American friend who’d been back from a trip to Arizona and offered me the Moqui ball for a tenner, so I readily agreed to this. I’d heard about these interesting balls and was intrigued by them.

 

I didn’t know a lot aobut them, so wasn’t expecting anything in particular to happen.

 

I had the ball in my hands and closed my eyes, to see what impressions I might get from it. I had already held in day time and it made me feel amused and want to laugh a bit ( which funnily enough other people I gave it to hold later on all said they felt that and without me telling them I had too).

 

As I did that within seconds I was sucked at break neck speed back to the 1840s.

 

I was stood in a room with wooden chairs in rows and a tall man with dark hair and a beard was looking at me with an amused smile on his face, as I was going to sit down on one of the chairs. It was clear that some kind of meeting/lecture was going to take place. He said to me that I couldn’t sit down and stay there, that this wasn’t for me.

 

I then had the feeling that this was because I was a woman and felt that I was his daughter, aged about 18 -20 I think.

 

He was then asking me to leave the room, but all the while polite about it.

 

Then woosh---I was sucked right back to my bedroom in 2011 and I was VERY disorientated. I did not recognise my room or who I was for about 20-30 seconds.

 

I saw this man’s face very clearly as the room. I was there.

 

What is even strangers is that the next place I lived at after this shared house ( a tiny 2 up 2 down circa 1980s build) I had something that fit in with this experience.

 

I phoned a phone psychic for a few mins in 2012 ( yeah I know---but I was bored one evening lol) and the phone psychic described a tall Victorian man with a beard who played the piano, he was my husband and we played together in a previous life. The way she described him sounded like this man I met in the 1840s.

 

 

The feeling that I was his daughter when I was in 1840? Maybe I was a very young wife- he looked abut 35 ish.

 

Or maybe the psychic wasn’t quite accurate on the details of my relationship with this 1840s man.

 

I was not asleep, it was not a dream. I was pulled back into the 1840s, and since this had not happened to me before it must have been the Moqui ball that did it.

 

I have been meaning for years to hold this Moqui ball again and see if it will send me anywhere else. I'd love for it to send me back to the 1930s to a swing club/dance hall lol.

 

 

 

 

Wow. Your experience is very similar to my own (described earlier in the thread). It seems to me like it could be a past life experience, or perhaps you "leaped" into another dimension, into another version of yourself. I don't know if the psychich is correct, but it is an odd coincidence that they mentioned that.

 

I think that's really interesting. Thank you for sharing.

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6 hours ago, itsnotallrightjack said:

Right as promised ( but much later than I originally planned to get this up) here is my time travel experience.

 

 

This happened around 2011. I was sitting in bed one evening ( I was not in the slightest bit sleepy, but I lived in a tiny bedroom in a shared house and had no sofa or chair in that room, it was that tiny the only place one could sit was bed).

 

I’d been given a Moqui Marble from an American friend who’d been back from a trip to Arizona and offered me the Moqui ball for a tenner, so I readily agreed to this. I’d heard about these interesting balls and was intrigued by them.

 

I didn’t know a lot aobut them, so wasn’t expecting anything in particular to happen.

 

I had the ball in my hands and closed my eyes, to see what impressions I might get from it. I had already held in day time and it made me feel amused and want to laugh a bit ( which funnily enough other people I gave it to hold later on all said they felt that and without me telling them I had too).

 

As I did that within seconds I was sucked at break neck speed back to the 1840s.

 

I was stood in a room with wooden chairs in rows and a tall man with dark hair and a beard was looking at me with an amused smile on his face, as I was going to sit down on one of the chairs. It was clear that some kind of meeting/lecture was going to take place. He said to me that I couldn’t sit down and stay there, that this wasn’t for me.

 

I then had the feeling that this was because I was a woman and felt that I was his daughter, aged about 18 -20 I think.

 

He was then asking me to leave the room, but all the while polite about it.

 

Then woosh---I was sucked right back to my bedroom in 2011 and I was VERY disorientated. I did not recognise my room or who I was for about 20-30 seconds.

 

I saw this man’s face very clearly as the room. I was there.

 

What is even strangers is that the next place I lived at after this shared house ( a tiny 2 up 2 down circa 1980s build) I had something that fit in with this experience.

 

I phoned a phone psychic for a few mins in 2012 ( yeah I know---but I was bored one evening lol) and the phone psychic described a tall Victorian man with a beard who played the piano, he was my husband and we played together in a previous life. The way she described him sounded like this man I met in the 1840s.

 

 

The feeling that I was his daughter when I was in 1840? Maybe I was a very young wife- he looked abut 35 ish.

 

Or maybe the psychic wasn’t quite accurate on the details of my relationship with this 1840s man.

 

I was not asleep, it was not a dream. I was pulled back into the 1840s, and since this had not happened to me before it must have been the Moqui ball that did it.

 

I have been meaning for years to hold this Moqui ball again and see if it will send me anywhere else. I'd love for it to send me back to the 1930s to a swing club/dance hall lol.

 

 

 

I think you just like talking about balls. Hey, it's all good, whatever makes you happy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kidding. :classic_laugh: That is a very cool story and I've never heard of moqui marbles and I lived in AZ for fifteen years! Now I feel left out as if I missed something while being there.

 

Also, your avatar, I just saw that episode like two weeks ago! Or part of it anyway. Its a twilight zone?

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Enigmatic,

 

I want to go back to 2007 or 1995. Those were good years for me. Or I could even go back to 1990 or 1988 or 89.

 

Lmao at that Trump video, nice. :classic_biggrin:

 

This thread is dangerously close to going nostalgic. Toys, skateboards, bikes, cars, music, heat sensitive color changing clothes lol, mullets, high bangs with too much hairspray. The forty-somethings know what I'm sayin. 

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Just a quick side note here... Has anyone ever heard about John Titor? He appeared in 2000-01, and claimed to be a time traveler from the year 2036. Here's his wikipedia page.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Titor

 

I have been very interested in the Titor story for years now, ever since I first heard about it. It is often thought of as a hoax, but these days I'm not so sure. I do believe in alternate dimensions, and sometimes wonder if Titor's reality was just very different to our, yet also similar. We didn't get the Mad Cow disease pandemic, but even so, we are living through history here with COVID-19. Most of us on here know that COVID is one big scam (however you slice it), but maybe John never realised that and was just speaking the official narrative.

I'm still not sure about Titor, but I do think it's very interesting to think about.

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15 hours ago, itsnotallrightjack said:

@TruthSeeker22

 

That was a very interesting experience you related to me! I had a similar "dream" myself a few weeks ago. I dreamt I was in a very modern and sleek house with a patio into a garden. I was a woman in her 20s ( I'm 52) with a handsome professional man with a lot of money, and we hadn't been married that long. It was night and we were going to bed, but I felt thirsty so went down to the kitchen to get a glass of water and I started looking around and at this point I realised something didn't resonate, like I knew that this was not me, not my reality. 

 

I know Quantum Leap! I loved that series. This is how felt in the dream- that I'd leapt into someone else. This was a young woman all mooney over a handsome guy- not me at all! I'm a bit of a loner too and not interested in men that way. I'm a confirmed singleton.

 

The fact you woke up out of bed on your feet does suggest to me that you had some kind of leap, or an astral travel. I think an astral travel is a good fit for your experience. In fact astral travel might be one way of time travel.

 

 

 

 

 

Hey. Have only just noticed your response here (didn't register as a notification).

 

It's interesting how these experiences can happen. The term "glitch in the Matrix" comes to mind. It really does feel like as though we're all tuned into certain channels on a radio, and like how when the connection messes up and you can hear the sound of another station in the background. Mr. Icke used this to describe seeing ghosts and stuff, and how that might happen. I wonder if the same applies to our experiences. Perhaps for a few moments we tune into another radio station, if you get what I mean?

 

Astral travel is an interesting way of looking at it. And yes, waking up on my feet is a little strange. In all my research, most people "wake" up in the same position they'd been in before the experience began, but I had physically moved and my posture was identical to how it was before the experience/dream ended.

 

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1 hour ago, TruthSeeker27 said:

 

Wow. Your experience is very similar to my own (described earlier in the thread). It seems to me like it could be a past life experience, or perhaps you "leaped" into another dimension, into another version of yourself. I don't know if the psychich is correct, but it is an odd coincidence that they mentioned that.

 

I think that's really interesting. Thank you for sharing.

 

Thanks! I was hoping you wouldn't think me nuts ha ha. It's the absolute truth- it happened. I was blown away by it and was thinking about it for days afterwards. 

 

Well since it was the 1840s ( I could tell  by how the man was dressed and the surroundings) I leapt back into time, or maybe a past life, but the two would be the same woudn't they? A past life= going back in time.

 

OMG I've just remembered another sort of past time thing I experienced before that!

 

How could I have forgotten this one!

 

This happened about 2005/6/7. I was walking down the road past the park and I smelt wood smoke somewhere and then I had a sort of vision of myself walking through some woods with  woven basket of mushrooms and plants I'd gathered from the woods/forest. I had a brown woollen dress, was walking towards an Iron Age village with the food. I was very pleased I'd got this food for the community. In fact I radiated happiness, a happiness that was positively glowing.

 

I was shocked at this feeling as we are always told that people in those times lived "short brutish" lives and probably were mostly unhappy. That was not my experience of it at all- this life was simple but had a lot of happiness and contentedness to it. ( This was pre Roman invasion).

 

Then another time about  a year later I was in a friend's flat and he had his big TV on and we were having some food and I suddenly had a vision of being inside an Iron Age hut. I was kneeling down by the fire stirring a big pot of food and my husband, a tall man with chestnut coloured hair was taking to me.  I was tiny with long dark hair. We had a very equal partnership. There was a shelf of herbs in the hut and I knew we were the herbalists of the community. We worked together to make herbal medicines.

 

Now these two experiences were not the same as the 1840 one- these were visions. With the 1840s one I got sucked there at breakneck speed. It's very hard to describe that because I've had nothing like that since.

 

The Iron Age ones felt like memories of a past life. The 1840s one was being there ( even though it was not in my body- my mind was back in that 1840s body). With the Iron Age ones I was still me, aware of myself in the 21st century, but seeing it. In the 1840s experience I no longer was in 2011, no longer me; I was someone else. 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Lol. Fair enough, that was probably a bit too edgy. Don't want libs hunting me down.

It was creepy, not joe biden creepy but yeah.

 

The one you had a few weeks ago was cool too. :classic_cool:

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1 hour ago, Messenger said:

I think you just like talking about balls. Hey, it's all good, whatever makes you happy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kidding. :classic_laugh: That is a very cool story and I've never heard of moqui marbles and I lived in AZ for fifteen years! Now I feel left out as if I missed something while being there.

 

Also, your avatar, I just saw that episode like two weeks ago! Or part of it anyway. Its a twilight zone?

 

Yes, it's one of the Kanamits! I think they are funny lol. Wish they'd come and take some of the loonie lefties away ha ha. 

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