posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 04:02 AM
Well I understand the joking here, it is definately to be expected.
I saw this thread long ago, and it did get me to recognize that I, too, thought Australia was further down and alone, and NZ was on the other side!
When my father moved there years ago, I remember looking at a map and considering moving there too, but seeing as it just was so isolated, that made
Okay- I am nul in geography, and/or my memory sucks, go ahead and laugh, I'll give that to you (that's why I didn't post a response before).
But seeing the way some are responding, I think the concept of a shift in "timelines" is being misunderstood, probably due to the misuse of the
term... what is being considered is a shift in realities- if there are multiple realities or multi-verses, similar to each other, but with little
differences, and an individuals consciousness shifted from one to another, they would notice small changes that others who had been in that particular
reality for a while would not. For them, things would have always been as they were, and all their records would show that.
So the argument that the situation and location of Australia has always been there and that can be seen by looking at maps both present and past, is
completely nul as an objection to multiple realities and possible reality shifts happening to the consciousness of people from one of their
dopplegangers to another. The argument could perhaps stand that the memory in your dopplegangers brain would be of it's particular reality..... but
that can be countered with the concept that some memory might be carried in consciousness from one reality to another, particularly in the case of a
individual consciousness becoming more self aware. As in the ideas that "in a good or enlightened death, the person retains their memory of the past
life through their transition".
In a sense the concept goes back to the one of possible deaths in which ones consciousness just shifts realities without a memory of dying, but a
memory of their living.