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1 minute ago, EnigmaticWorld said:


Had a quick search as the name 'Adamski' rang alarm bells. I have said before that there is a pattern with these folks. Make of this what you will:




Yeah, apparently he was ridiculed about what he said.

But someone said if people from the past e.g. dead people can appear in today's world....there is another thread by the OP here.....

Then people from future can certainly come to this timeline.

If you understand 5D where there is no time influence then there is a probability that there are infinite versions of Enigmatic in existence in multiverse.

And what likes of magick does is to select a particular DVD. I know quite a lot of people prefers to pick a horror stories. :classic_tongue:


Anyway, there is a photograph of Kennedy with an alien apparently.

The movie, National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007), there was a secret book which only presidents can have an access.... I think that may be true.


Nowadays one can argue that you can't distinguish UFO being it a property of the US military or truely from outer space.

But there are records from about 16,000 years ago to indicate that people knew of UFO in some country. Human didn't have an aeroplane back then.


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The Spanish investigator, journalist and author Juan Jose Benitez wrote a nine-volume long series of books called "Caballo de Troya" about a time-travel mission back to the time of Jesus of Nazareth by two USAF officers. This mission was obviously so top-secret that he was given the material on that in a very roundabout way. I lived in Spain for decades and know Benitez doesn't have the kind of technical know-how to invent all the very extensive technical details of the module the two officers used for a start, so I know this is all true.

These books only exist in Spanish. I expect they cannot be published in English for the author's security. One of the officers died some years back, but the other one still seems to be alive... That one a few years ago contacted Benitez too and gave him his diary on all of this, much of the contents of which became the book "El Diario de Eliseo", published last October (2019).


These books are fascinating and explain in great detail the years of teaching of Jesus right up to the crucifixion and the ascension, too.

And it is explained in them too that the reason for this mission was actually to obtain DNA samples from Jesus so he could be cloned. The cylinder with the samples was stolen from a cave off the first officer by a mysterious alien-type girl who appeared and disappeared at will. "Eliseo", the second officer, but that isn't his real name, tells in the latest book how he also went to that cave to try and contact that girl to get the cylinder back and she stole something else off him. Eventually, when he had experienced a transformation into a decent guy, he got the cylinder back and hid it at the bottom of the Dead Sea, where the module still seems to be too. He can simply switch it to another time in the past and like that nobody can find it.

So, Jesus could not be cloned, as some have feared, nor will He be.


See more on this if you like on https://www.planetabenitez.com/jjbenitez/jjb-main.php


The countdown you will find there on the Homepage refers to the "Gog" asteroid set to hit the Earth if nothing is done to prevent that in August 2027...

Benitez also wrote a book about that, in a novel titled simply "GOG".



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Ending from the NEXT


Here's the thing about the future.
Every time you look at it,
it changes because you looked at it.


wow, so much responsibility....

I think the way he does it was obviously dramatised for entertainment purpose and for visual effect.


This was based on Philip K Dick's science fiction apparently. Good stuff.

I've noticed that it was highly hypnotic with interwoven winding scenes. :classic_blink: 

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Just had a download....

Was thinking about receiving a message from my future self (5D origin). How many of you think that those whisper of gem advice comes actually from you or your higher self? Like the movie Inception. Then I thought about healing the past.....

I used to think you can't change the history and you can only heal how you feel about what happened....

Well, if there are infinite number of you/scenario happening right now in 5D then that was possible in the past as well.

So in a sense, if you teach your past self what to do, what not to do as in your future self teaching present you..... then that past self has better knowledge and avoid mistakes etc....

boom boom boom....taking care of past self will change the way you think now, people you meet etc as a result...eventually affecting your future.

This kind of make sense to me because I have read that magick affects the past in order to manifest..... For example, something will happen exactly as you would have wished even before you were planning to do such magick. I think this is probably something to do with working in other dimension such as 5D that time factor gets all mixed up....a glich? This is kinda relating to this thread.


It probably doesn't making sense to you but if anyone can pick it up on it....great.

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On 6/13/2020 at 2:59 AM, 2020member said:

I would love to have lived my late teens / 20s and 30s through the 1980s / 1990s. Where ‘modern’ technology was to hand. But the scales were not tipped to the point they are now, where 99% of people are hooked to a mobile phone like crack. 

The trance and techno scene particularly interest me. I’d have loved to have been a fly on the wall during those years in Ibiza and seen tiesto etc live without a thousand people holding phone cameras above their heads like zombies. 

Yes, it’s a slightly hedonistic world I want to go to. But hey ho... that’s what this thread is for. 

I did live through that.

I think people were largely dreaming of building today’s tech whilst sporting bad hair styles (especially in the 1980s).

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On 6/14/2020 at 4:19 AM, linenum said:

I think we're in a simulation and virtual time travel is possible in a simulation.... (it might make some guesses when recreating the past)


Also there is a concept of the conservation of information which means that there should be enough information to reconstruct the past (something like that)

I have often wondered about this, either a very powerful simulation on a very powerful computer running infinite ensembles of parallel universes; or whether the totality of the Multiverse is such that it by default allows all possible states/possibilities/to exist simultaneously.


I do also wonder about the role of black holes in this and whether they make it possible to have such a computer. My doubts with the simulation and indeed multi/infinite simulation model is that it would literally require infinite compute cycles (even quantum ones) in time, this would in effect consume more resource than any machine that could be conceived. However, black holes with their weird time effects might mean the wall clock time outside of our Universe actually runs  faster and therefore can support support running a fixed period of simulation time on multiple universes more easily.


The same goes for our own computer simulations. Whilst we can run relatively simple models much much faster than real time; to simulate every atom and process on the Earth itself would be impossible today and would progress slower than real time, but perhaps if we could run such a simulation and the put over selves in a black hole it might work.



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On 6/13/2020 at 12:12 PM, itsnotallrightjack said:


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. 

If one accepts that theory. Not sure I do.


Time travel theories are mostly built upon a linier time; back and/or forth. Only, time is not linier. It's just "there", all around. Like space. When we properly learn how to manipulate the fabric of space; to "pull" our destinations to us, rather that go to them, we may them also discover how to manipulate the fabric of time in the same manner? Then think of the mess we can make of this perceived reality!


My future experiences? That was just an attempt at humor. You see, each of us edges towards the future a little everyday...


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In the book of Baruch which was omitted from the Bible, there is this strange story where by Jeremiah sends this young boy out (Abimelech) to go and collect some figs.   The boy went out and collected the fresh figs. All of a sudden, Abimelech hears some noise and wind in the air, and he becomes unconscious, he has a blackout. After a time, he wakes up, and he saw it was nearly the evening. So when he runs back to the Jerusalem the city was full of strange soldiers. And he says, “What’s going on here? Where is Jeremiah and all the others?” And an old man said, “That was 66 year ago.

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On 6/13/2020 at 3:04 AM, TruthSeeker27 said:

"Goodnight Sweetheart" is the series with Nicholas Lyndhurst, isn't it? I've seen some of that and know of it, but I've never actually watched the series.


This is the first episode .... just watched it and it made me smile


and many more could be viewed via this search ....





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I seem to have had a situation similar to this...once walking in a forest I felt my reality shift somehow, and for about a brief minute I found myself in the same forest yet from a different time ! The air was phenomenally clean, the forest plantlife not yet destroyed by modern techology and full of life,...I suddenly found myself very drawn to a pair of old reading glasses with thick round frames on the forest floor, everything became so focused and then it was gone. I looked and looked around in the place and never found those glasses sadly.

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On 8/19/2020 at 6:08 PM, megatron3 said:

I seem to have had a situation similar to this...once walking in a forest I felt my reality shift somehow, and for about a brief minute I found myself in the same forest yet from a different time ! The air was phenomenally clean, the forest plantlife not yet destroyed by modern techology and full of life,...I suddenly found myself very drawn to a pair of old reading glasses with thick round frames on the forest floor, everything became so focused and then it was gone. I looked and looked around in the place and never found those glasses sadly.


Maybe everything clean with abundant wildlife coupled with old glasses( the remnant of man's legacy)  signifies what it will be like when we finally wipe ourselves out and the planet returns to mother nature.

All these people running around at present saying save the planet , the planet doesn't need saving , believe me if we bugger it up too much the planet will shake us off like fleas on a dogs back, in my opinion for what it's worth there has always been a reset mechanism built into this reality

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The block universe theory, where time travel is possible but time passing is an illusion.


Your birth is out there in space-time. Your death, too, is in space-time. Every moment of your life is out there, somewhere, in space-time.

So says the block universe model of our world.


According to the block universe theory, the universe is a giant block of all the things that ever happen at any time and at any place. On this view, the past, present and future all exist — and are equally real.


How can this be?


The block has four dimensions: three spatial dimensions — say length, height and width — plus a fourth temporal dimension, or time. Or let's make it easier, by visualising the block model of our world as a three-dimensional rectangle, or cuboid.


Two of that cuboid's dimensions (let's say height and width) represent two of the universe's three spatial dimensions.


The third spatial dimension in the above diagram is left out — the length of the cuboid — and replace it with time. At one end of the cuboid is the big bang. At the other is the very last moment of the universe. Maybe it's a big crunch.


The cuboid is filled with every event that ever happens. Where these events are in the cuboid represents their location in space-time. All events, including your birth and death, and this very moment as you read these words, exist somewhere in the block.


In the block universe, time doesn't pass.

It often seems as though where we are "today" is present, and "yesterday" is past, and "tomorrow" is future. It also seems the present moment changes too — after all, tomorrow it will seem as though tomorrow is present, and yesterday it appeared yesterday was present!


So from our perspective, it appears that time flows or passes. But in the block universe model, time doesn't flow. In other words, in a block universe, there is no specific present moment, and "past" and "future" moments are relative.


Think about the idea of "here". I am here. You, while reading this, can truly say "I am here", even though your "here" is different to mine.



On the block universe model, talk about the "present" or "now" works just like talk of "here". Remember last week when you said to your friend, who was late arriving for coffee, "now you're here"; or when, long ago, Caesar said, "I am now crossing the Rubicon"?

These claims are both true. That's because all it means to talk about the present, or now, is to talk about the place in time where you happen to be.


Since we are always located wherever we are (that's trivially true), everyone is located in the present, just as everyone is located at the place they call "here".


According to the block universe view, time or temporal relations of "earlier than" and "later than" exist. These relations hold regardless of where anyone is located. So, suppose Bert the dinosaur is located earlier than Sally the dog. That relation between Bert and Sally holds, regardless of whether we are located earlier than Bert or later than Sally.


Bearing this in mind, it is possible to see how to make sense of the idea of past and future. Just as on this model "now" picks out whatever time I happen to be located at, "past" picks out any time (or events at those times) that are earlier than my location, and "future" picks out any times or events that are later than my location.


Does that mean we can travel in time?

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.



The rest of the article is here:


https://www.abc.net.au/news/science/2018-09-02/block-universe-theory-time-past-present-future-travel/10178386#:~:text=According to the block universe,exist — and are equally real.

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On 8/23/2020 at 1:28 AM, allymisfit said:

Has anyone got any information on the Baron Trump books? Written in the 1800's. Pretty creepy by the sounds of things!


The Baron Trump novels are two children's novels written in 1889 and 1893 by the American author and lawyer Ingersoll Lockwood. They remained obscure until 2017, when they received media attention for perceived similarities between their protagonist and U.S. President Donald Trump.



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