Time, as the fourth dimension surely does exist. The human condition is categorized by our journey through it, and the experience of linear time.
What doesn't really exist, apart as an experience is linear time. We experience linear time as human beings - the feeling that the future flows into
the present and then into the past. But future, present and past are relational to our own point of perspective. If we were to stop moving, there
would be no future, present or past. So linear time is derivative from our movement through the fourth dimension. And the fourth dimension is not
ordered by some invisible hand of God from 1 to infinity.. All points in the fourth dimension are equally valid as a starting point.
Enter non-linear time and time travel.
If time travel was impossible.. how come you're doing it *all the time*?!
Addendum: Another way in which time does not exist is that there is no universal clock ticking for everything. Einstein proved that, but even if he
hadn't, this shouldn't be so surprising. The idea of the Universal clock always moving from 1 to infinity, is simply erroneous and you could say that
'time does not exist' with this idea in mind. There is no universal clock ticking for the whole of Creation. (Even if there is, it does not measure
linearity, but would rather encode a sort of circular time, always feeding into itself.) There is only the personal experience of linear time, which
is a construct. You are moving through time, and by the laws of relativity, the Universe seems to move in accordance. If you stopped moving, the
Universe would stop as well. And since there is no universal clock ticking, it could be said that 'there is no time', because people generally take
'time' to mean this universal clock. Time does not pass for the whole, and in this sense there is no time.
We're having the experience of linear time, while floating in timeless relativity. Once we're fed up with the experience of linear time, we'll write
ourselves off the Game equation and enter timelessness.
Everything in Creation has a lower octave - a base, and a higher octave - an energizing active component. In the case of time, timelessness is the
lower octave - the base and what's real, while time is the higher octave - the active force that governs the unfolding of the base. Time can be seen
as a balancing force that corrects the effects of free will on timelessness, so that timelessness is preserved.
The idea of linear time - that everything starts from ground zero and then evolves through some kind of void, is simply wrong. It's rather that the
ocean of time exists timelessly and the whole itself encodes the various linear perspectives. While traveling through time, we are moving through
various degrees of time-space, but the illusion is that we create them. We don't create the future, we simply align our own point of reference with
another one. Movement is what creates the experience of past, present and future.
The idea that the present is created by itself in an eternal loop is wrong. In fact - the various possible futures create the present moment and
movement through time is movement through pre-existing parts of the Absolute of time.
edit on 6-9-2017 by Rhaegar7 because: typos and