Going to buy and test HDR time travel device (just talked to Stephen Gibbs)

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posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 09:04 PM
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Update: In the interest of fairness, he just finally messaged me via private message saying that nothing has happened with the device. So I guess that is as good a place as any to end the topic. He has at least acknowledged that nothing happened.




posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 09:07 PM
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He might have had the manners to come and post that himself.

However what a suprise it didnt work.



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 09:43 PM
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Yes, I agree. I asked him in my message to come and tell us if it didn't work and instead he opted to reply privately. But now anything left to say would just be personal and I don't think that serves anyone here.
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posted on Aug, 13 2011 @ 12:34 AM
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I don't believe the device works. But I'm surprised after how much of the "I'll tell you if it works, or if it doesn't", that he didn't come in here and say it.

I would think gaining the ability to even astrally time travel would change your perceptions, thought patterns, and understanding of reality so much, that you no longer would be interested in even visiting this thread. Not even in a selfish manner of not wanting others to be able to time travel.

But if you can see the past and future, then perhaps our perception of time really is faulty, and everything ever that could happen is happening concurrently, and it's our common perception of that, that we perceive as time. If you experienced this, what would be the point of coming back to this thread? How else could the realization of "time traveling" change you?

Just some food for thought.



posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 11:18 PM
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Originally posted by reluctantflux
I don't believe the device works. But I'm surprised after how much of the "I'll tell you if it works, or if it doesn't", that he didn't come in here and say it.
With all due respect, I think you're trying to make a "black or white" judgment where there are a thousand shades of gray.

Here's my opinion on the HDR, and I feel somewhat qualified to offer an opinion because I do own one, as I posted before. The device is not a magical transporter that can whisk you around multiple timelines in the blink of an eye. It is merely a device that assists you in tuning your consciousness, or your vibration. If you think there is no effort required on your part, you're deluding yourself.

The reason I got the device is, it was recommended to me for spiritual and physical healing, and for out-of-body travel to the past; the future; or to alternate timelines. I know people who say it works for physical time travel, and I don't doubt it for a minute, but that requires a serious stretch in consciousness that frankly I don't think very many people are willing to put forth the required effort.

I've never tried to physically time travel, nor do I have any desire to do so. In one of my out-of-body travels to an alternate timeline I got 'stuck' and couldn't get back when I wanted to, and believe me I was sure glad I wasn't physically there! It was scary enough, but since my body was still here I knew it would eventually call me back.

If you recall, the OP said he used the device to try and travel back in time and then he took a nap and dreamed he was back in the past. I thought that was a great start, and I'm pretty sure that with continued practice he would only get better at it. At least that has been the case with me... but even after posting that experience we have posters saying "It doesn't work!" Small wonder he's not rushing back here to share any more experiences!



posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 09:09 AM
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I also spoke with Steven Gibbs and I would say that he didn't say anything that you mentioned, so I can't agree or disagree with what you say. I spoke to him for about 30 minutes and he did seem like an eccentric inventor who no one believes or someone who does not want to be believed. He is definitely not out there to make a quick buck. A couple things he said about were about 2012 - but mostly he spoke about time travel, his own experiences, people he's sold the machine to and how the unit works, what to expect, preventive measures to include, etc.

I won't say whether I'm buying the machine or not, but I still have an open mind about believing in something blindly or disbelieving in something without any empirical evidence.
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posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 10:39 AM
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Hey SuperManny
Would you care to share anything about HDR that you wouldn't rather share on the forum? I have read everything about it on the forum for last few months, listened to all of Gibbs interviews, etc etc. I do think that some of the comments he says makes him look like a looney, but I still can't refute everything he says without empirical evidence.

Thanks in advance. (ATS won't let me send you a private msg, so not sure if you can send me one)
HH



posted on Sep, 8 2011 @ 03:34 PM
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Originally posted by himalayanhermit
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Hey SuperManny
Would you care to share anything about HDR that you wouldn't rather share on the forum?

Hi HH
I really can't think of anything to share that would really benefit you or the forum, perhaps because most of my experiences have been quite personal. In a way it would be like talking with Stephen Gibbs. The truth can be so incredibly strange that sharing some of my experiences would likely make you doubt my sanity. Don't get me wrong, it's never been very important what others think of me, and if I thought sharing anything would be truly helpful I'd do so in a minute.

I will say that I've never regretted buying the machine, and if I didn't have one I would likely pay twice the going price for one if I had to, because it has been really quite mind expanding.

Also I think the healing properties of the device are very under-rated and often completely overlooked.

The bottom line is that it is simply a tool for working with consciousness. The electromagnetics of the device will assist your consciousness in attaining certain frequencies. Now it's quite possible that you may be able to reach these states without the device, but it would probably take you [possibly] many years of rather intense meditation and spiritual/consciousness work. I believe the human race will eventually evolve to a point where these abilities are much more doable. Think about it... there have been literally hundreds of cases of bilocation where the physical body is transported across great distances in space/time. Once you learn to transport your body in space, it's not much of a stretch to also transport it in time. If this is your goal (physical or nonphysical travel) I think the device could definitely benefit you.



posted on Sep, 9 2011 @ 10:41 AM
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No probs. I understand personal experiences are not be shared on a forum, but there's really nothing to doubt one's sanity against as long as the other person has an open minded, no matter how radical the topic may be.
I agree with what you say, and if the machine has shown results to you, I accept your word and may be one day I will try it. I have spoken to Steven a few times now, and he surely has interesting things to say every time



posted on Sep, 23 2011 @ 09:37 PM
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Everyone: I have experienced nothing out of the ordinary besides what I mentioned earlier about the use of the HDR device in my dreams. Although I did purchase the device, get it in the mail and set it up, I have not been able to conduct the tests I wanted to do yet. I will post updates as they come in. Thanks for watching this thread, even though I haven't been active on it for a while!

If anyone has any questions, go ahead and ask. I do have a theory of how time and alternate realities works if anyone is interested. That is what led me to purchase the device, after all - the way it operated happened to coincide with the one way I thought time travel might be possible. Also, I might be willing to ship the device out to someone else to borrow for testing if they want.

I've got a lot of reading to do on this thread so I can catch up, and then some experimenting to do.

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posted on Sep, 23 2011 @ 11:53 PM
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I was looking for thread to mention this and with somethings Reluntantflux said.
Anyhow in past I have astral project to different places times, Ihave noticed sometimes when I wake up I'm like lost in time and son't know what time I have awoken in to.
This is strange because I could be waking up in a place I was 20 years ago, I don't know where I am or when.

I just want to mention this as I thought it was interesting and wondered if anyone else experienceed this.



posted on Sep, 24 2011 @ 06:02 AM
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If you can astrally project, see if you can use the device as a gateway.
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posted on Sep, 24 2011 @ 07:31 AM
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Before you spend anything on an HDR watch this and then you should decide whether to blow that $360.


www.mtv.com...

Proof this is a worthless scam. Enjoy.....

Sorry just saw you already did spend the money.


Better luck next time.
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posted on Sep, 24 2011 @ 07:34 AM
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Originally posted by darkbake

If anyone has any questions, go ahead and ask.



Why did you waste money and this crap and fund the work of a charlatan?


Thanks.



posted on Sep, 24 2011 @ 08:31 AM
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Originally posted by tsurfer2000h
Before you spend anything on an HDR watch this and then you should decide whether to blow that $360.


www.mtv.com...

Proof this is a worthless scam. Enjoy.....

Sorry just saw you already did spend the money.


Better luck next time.
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You are joking, right? You are actually going to use something from MTV as your resource. Okay, I gave you the benefit of doubt and actually watched the video, well actually only 8min 2sec of it, then the drool started to come from the corner of my mouth down my chin. The 'Rob and Biggy Show'?!....I'm speechless. This site is dedicated to seeking the truth by denying Ignorance achieved by indepth research done by the members here to either promote the fact or reject it, where even then said sources will be challenged.

Now I will credit you with backing your claim with a source, which is better than alot of the other members with there one liner opinons, but please "Deny Ignorance" don't promote it.



posted on Sep, 24 2011 @ 08:49 AM
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Originally posted by blupblup

Originally posted by darkbake

If anyone has any questions, go ahead and ask.



Why did you waste money and this crap and fund the work of a charlatan?


Thanks.


Here we go again...

Just curious, since you didn't leave a source for your own personal opinion, am I to take your word on Steven Gibbs being a charlatan? I may be a ;little slow on figuring things out but if you don't mind, can you help me understand why he is a charlatan?
Are you "darkbake's" financial advisor? I may be interested in your services. I don't consider myself a hoarder but I got crap that I've paid good money for that I really don't even need. I just recently bought a 14" diamond saw blade for $215 with FREE shipping! Now I'm looking for a saw that this blade can fit on to see if it works.

Well anyways, please read the entire thread before commenting. Thanks.



posted on Sep, 24 2011 @ 10:27 AM
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Why not it is relevant to this topic as it has the infamous Mr. Gibbs in it showing how to use it and guess what it didn't work. Physical evidence this is all a scam. What is the problem with physical evidence? Hard to deny it if you ask me also it is no different than using Napolean Dynamite except it is not fictional. Stephen Gibbs is in the episode so IMO that is a major bust for this machine.

This is not a resource (i think you mean source) and yes with Mr.Gibbs in it makes it a pretty good source for the argument that this machine is a scam and if you can prove different please feel free to do so.
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posted on Sep, 24 2011 @ 10:43 AM
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This site is dedicated to seeking the truth by denying Ignorance achieved by indepth research done by the members here to either promote the fact or reject it, where even then said sources will be challenged.


Challenge the source my friend they went to the man himself and it still did nothing, but you seem to mistake the fact that he was in the show and was shown trying to make it work and it failed. Not much ignorance to deny there especially if the inventor and seller of said machine is incapable of producing the results he claims come from using this machine. Watch it all and the proof is there for you to see.


I didn't use this show just for fun it is used so that people can see the man himself fail with his own device, which is what happened.



posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 06:41 AM
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Originally posted by geo1066
Just curious, since you didn't leave a source for your own personal opinion, am I to take your word on Steven Gibbs being a charlatan?




Uh.... what?

The guy is selling a "Time Travel Device" How is he NOT a charlatan?
And morons go and give the guy $300 or whatever it is... and then realise it doesn't work.






Well anyways, please read the entire thread before commenting. Thanks.




Why should I read every line of every post in the thread?

Has someone time travelled using this device? Is there something worthwhile to discuss? Or is it just a bunch of loonies giving money to another loony to fund his bank account and ego?


Grow up...

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posted on Sep, 25 2011 @ 08:31 AM
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If he really wants to sell some of these things why doesn't he grab a HD video recorder, pop back to the dinosaur times and shoot an hour or two of video of them running around? I'm sure that anyone who watched his tape in 1080p would be chomping at the bit to get one.





 
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