posted on Feb, 9 2010 @ 06:47 PM
Mental Time Travel
Instead of stating my case, pro or con, regarding time travel, based on logic, which is always limited in some fashion, I will, instead, go with the
facts as I see them. I don’t believe that time travel is possible. I KNOW that it is possible; as I’ve done it more than once.
Before you start asking me for the specifications to my time machine, I will state, up front, that I’m not referring to my physical body moving in
time; but only my mind. As I type this, I’ve started a recorded copy of the TV show Medium. It starts out with her dreaming about the future of her
children; where the youngest one gets cancer. In the end it is a future timeline that is avoided by recognizing that they shouldn’t move to a
particular neighborhood, somewhere around the Phoenix area.
In the show her dream almost causes them to move to the very neighborhood that would have caused her youngest daughter to get leukemia had they moved
there. She literally was in a future timeline that would never come to pass. In essence she was time traveling; but only on the astral plane (maybe).
According to the story, the builders were prosecuted (maybe) after they proved that the soil was indeed contaminated where they were building a new
Before I get into my own experiences, I’d like to point out two other examples of time travel that I’m aware of. The first one is recognized by
religious people as prophesy; and is portrayed in the Bible. Whether that prophecy (seeing of the future with the mind) is accurate or not is not part
of my argument. I’m only presenting it here as one of two possible examples of time travel.
Prophecy in general, then, if accurate, could be considered as one form of (mental only) time travel. There was one book, whose name I can’t think
of at the moment, which detailed what hundred, possibly thousands of individuals, in group sessions, were progressed in time to the future. According
to the book, the future is portrayed by most of these individuals in a similar fashion; though it’s very different depending on which year of the
future is focused on.
And this brings me to one particular prophecy of one particular prophet. That is, of Edgar Cayce. His next incarnation, on Earth, is supposed to be,
according to one thing that I read, in 2013, the year after the end of time (or something majorly catastrophic happens), portrayed in the 2012 movie
recently released in reference to the end of the Mayan calendar.
Some remote viewers claim not to be able to see beyond 2012. And there is a female prophet in Russia who is supposed to have had the ability (with
very high accuracy) to see the future of people who stood in line to see her at her house. If my memory serves me correctly, Ed McMoneagle, one of the
best remote viewers claims that he only has a 63% accuracy rate when remote viewing the future. And, if true, this portrays another example of mental
Now for my own examples of mental time travel:
1) Driving down Memorial Drive, in Houston, Texas, inbound, I pass the Bunker Hill police station and turn my brown Pontiac Lemans into the left
curving road. Being in a strange mood I’m actually driving down the center of the road; instead of driving in my own lane. A solid image of a man,
from the knees up, appears in the middle of my hood. I can’t see through him. But he is only 2 dimensional. And I’m looking at him from a 45
degree angle from a spot just in front of, but above, his head. The only thing else that I see is an intermittent line going up at a 45 degree angle
to the right. I realize that I’m seeing a man walking in the middle of the street, and surmise that it’s possible that this is an out of body
image of a real person walking down the middle of the road that I’m on. So I slow down and angle my car into its proper lane as I continue going
around the curving road. At the apex of the curve, at its end, I pass within an inch of the man I had just seen; as he, indeed, was walking