posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 07:34 PM
Originally posted by boaby_phet
their was no time shifts, just really shoddy reporting by the media!
I would love this to be true actually as I take no pleasure in theorising that time shifts or whatever you wish to call them are infringing upon my
life and altering things within my life that I would rather not have altered.
My life is a busy confusion as it is without having this new complexity added to the mix and what next? Do I wake up one morning to find I have been
married to Dave for the past twenty years rather than the woman I love in the present or do I get out of my car to say hello to Steve, the son I have
never had but is suddenly running up the path to greet daddy because someone or something is doing something I cannot understand because I am
considered a nothing and my life is irrelevant?
It is a humorous topic and I have chuckled at a few of the lighter hearted posts but if I think a little deeper then suddenly it seems to take a more
sinister turn because madness is just around the corner from both sides of the coin as I see it. All it would take is to find a dead loved one of many
years ago is not dead or a vice versa – kiss goodbye to sanity no matter how strong you might think you are.
Therefore I cannot buy the theory that it was all shoddy media reporting as the Billy Graham death was all over the mainstream news at the time of his
“death” and I did take note of it and I made a passing comment about his visit to Scotland many years ago so no it was not bad media reporting as
there was no retraction and it was big news for a couple of days.
On another note I spent my early years growing up to adulthood in a world devoid of Bob Dillon and the world seemed to have accepted his death and
moved on with respectful remembrance whenever his name was mentioned - difficult to explain it but I will try.
You know how it is when people talk of Elvis Presley today in an abstract “Aye great music, cool guy” then move on with the conversation to
something relevant to their day well that was how it was with Bob Dylan. “Aye great music, cool guy,” always said in the context of a man that had
died a long time ago thus his name always tended to have a reverence to it as it was common knowledge he was long since dead.
That was the context but with no need to talk about the death because it was common knowledge that Dylan had long since left the land of the living in
a drug fuelled fugue strong enough to have stopped his heart.
I am of the opinion that some kind of purposeful manipulation is in effect and I even think it may be becoming much more overt and if so then is that
good news or bad news for the rest of us who are pouring scorn or sitting here highly suspicious and scratching our heads?
It is crazy I will admit that and in slipping on my tinfoil hat I still think our “timeline” for want of a better word is being altered either by
natural means or by an intelligent force, probably human possibly not human.
Call me crazy I care not – something weird is definitely going on!