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But when it comes to time travel, you never know what you’re going to get.
Many of the participants who agreed to send messages experienced what have come to be known as “Alter-vús.”
Buildings disappearing, or popping up where they hadn’t been before. Signs changing. Strange dreams.
Disorientation on a temporal scale.
Like time being rewritten before their eyes, something wasn’t quite right. Pamela, herself, claims to have dreamt about a time traveler visiting her in a car in April, 1998. She’d recorded it in a dream journal, but it wasn’t until the arrival of John Titor in 2000, and his ultimate offer to send messages to the past, that she remembered it. Thus, she believes it may have been an “alter-vú.”
And one unfortunate participant claimed he was “losing his mind,” and was allegedly never heard from again.
What could explain these strange experiences? These “Alter-vús?” Were they really caused by John Titor and the messages he sent to the past?
According to Titor’s story, the messages were sent to participants in the past of an entirely different worldline. But worldlines can be close. Perhaps, like echoes (and time travelers), it’s not impossible for events in one to protrude into another.
And perhaps these alternate memories and dreams were vague glimpses into those other worldlines.
It could have, of course, also been a case of hallucination or mass hysteria. However, the experiences reportedly happened independently of one another, and no one seems to claim they were necessarily caused by Titor.
But it’s been eleven years since John Titor allegedly returned to his worldline, and like everything concerning this peculiar mythos, we’ll probably never know the true answer.
originally posted by: DonVoigt
a reply to: Athetos
Shifting time lines and multi verses are different things I'm art work right now so I can't explain right now, but I'll check in later to explain it