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Prophecy and theology It is interesting to note that any religion which postulates the existence of fulfilled prophecy requires, at the very least, an agent which can move information from the future into the past.
In Christian theology, for example, God is assumed to exist unbound by space or time. Doctrinally, God is held to be omniscient and omnipresent. Statements in the Bible such as Jesus's claim "before Abraham was born, I am" (John 8:58) and Peter's claim "[Jesus] was chosen before the creation of the world" (1 Peter 1:20) (assuming the creation of the world began at t = 0) imply that God does not occupy the same timeline that we do. This is further supported by the assertion "I the LORD do not change" (Malachi 3:6), since change requires movement along, and constrained by, a temporal continuum.
Two popular interpretations of these statements are that God exists outside the space-time continuum; or exists at every point in space-time simultaneously. In either case, God can transfer information from one point in space-time to any other point without restriction.
Is this your site Ed?
here is one for you he is not acient but he fits the bill.
leonardo de vinci, 1452- 1519
….and his medical knowledge was beyond anyone else
Weiss, being Jewish, may have also been a prime candidate to have been inhabited or influenced by a consciousness in an alternate future if this kind of time travel utilized a kind of genetic harmonic "tuning." That is, it might be easier for a Jewish scientist in the future to move their consciousness back along a Jewish genetic line into the past.
The documented accounts in certain ancient texts known as prophetic "dreams" or "visions" are about the contents of the 1995 produced Ancient Civilizations of the Mediterranean multi-media cd-rom.