Tip - If you see a time travel device for sale it doesn't work - if it did people would go back and patent it.
Do you think you got your money's worth - not meaning to sound offensive just curious whether you still think it was worth it given the outcome.
I think it was worth the $200 for sure, it is pretty iconic and I love the fact that it is part of the John Titor legacy - even if it doesn't work, to
be honest, it is hand made and very limited. I love it so much.
I also got to talk to Stephen Gibbs and put his phone number into my phone, I can call him at any time and he's fun to talk to, plus he supposedly met
with John Titor, so I could still interview him about that
, which I might.
I have to say, there is definitely more to this world than meets the eye. If you are in-tune to some of the other layers in our reality, you can
communicate with other people who are as well, you attract each other -
I shift in and out of this. But when I am able to be on the same vibration as certain people who do have a lot to share, these are people who usually
never talk to anyone
but for some reason, when I am around them, they will talk for hours.
They hold the secrets. And I often will ask questions and basically mind-meld with them. And if it happens on multiple occasions, I will test for
consistency between people.
And I had / have that connection (today I have been oddly disconnected from the spiritual realm, in fact, a female friend called me who usually talks
for hours and just was silent on the phone),
But since I also have the benefit of a liberal arts education heavily focused on math, physics, psychology and especially philosophy - all of which
heavily drill in such ideas as empirical evidence, forming good arguments, and the psychology major taught me a lot about setting up legitimate
experiments - I take my research very seriously.
That means that I have to be able to explain the mechanics of spiritual phenomena through strictly scientific means, if possible, and it means that I
would like to be able to construct devices and experiments, if possible, that are repeatable and consistent.
Don't worry - that doesn't make it boring. The moment I started on this quest, I was having a spiritual crisis. I had a dream where I was standing
next to a dark lake, the dark lake representing accepting the fact that God and spirituality did not exist. I was afraid of this lake. It was a
culmination of two years of spiritual turmoil. But in this vision, I decided to jump into the lake.
I decided to assume that spirituality did not exist, that we did not have free will, and all of that. And when I did, do you know what happened? I
fell down into the depths of the lake, and it made the specks of light easier to see. There were inconsistencies that presented themselves by simply
assuming that the spiritual does not exist from a scientific standpoint.
And that is where my research comes from. That is what makes it unique. Did Richard Dawkins ever accept that God and the spiritual do not exist as the
basis of his research? I don't believe he did, or he would have focused his book "The God Delusion" on explaining the mechanics of religion instead of
getting mad about it.
I am not afraid to take these issues head-on in a scientific manner, but also in a rebellious and somewhat rogue manner at times, kind of like Vin
Diesel when he was still in the game during XXX and Fast and the Furious.
Even if I don't learn what I started out to learn, I can guarantee you that I've learned and proven to my satisfaction things I didn't expect to in my
research. And everything I look into opens up new doors, and even proving something false while tying up loose ends usually not only is quite
satisfying, but offers an alternative explanation that is still novel.
By the way, when I'm thinking about something or researching something, I will use A.T.S. almost exclusively. I love the forums, I love the people
here, and I love the high standards the website has.
The reason I bought this particular time travel device is because the story behind it and the device itself were the only ones on the internet that
seemed like they might work, especially with my work involving studying multiple time-lines involved with the multiple universe explanation of the
A Mathematical Evaluation of
Parallel universes were invented as a way to explain the double slit experiment. In this interpretation of quantum physics, all
possibilities of the particle going through each slit would exist simultaneously in different universes. Therefore, if the observer was not aware of
which slit the particle went through, it would appear as an interference pattern of probability waves. However, if the observer was able to measure
which slit the particle went through, the observer himself would enter into the parallel universe in which the particle had gone through the measured
slit. (Parallel Universes, 38). In my psychological interpretation of this interpretation, I believe that the observer’s mind has instead filtered
out all of the other “noise” based on the data it has received.
(Note: This theory and field of research was widely considered not credible by the scientific community back when I published this document, however,
it has some credibility even beyond the fringe scientists and is slowly gaining credibility)
What I'm basically saying is that I think the most feasible time-travel method involves astral projection or quantum time travel /
in fact it is possible that our own minds are themselves time-travel devices, for example, when we think about the future and
different possibilities, it has been theorized that we are actually communicating with our future selves in each of those scenarios.
In doing my research, I read about a Buddhist monk who lived in a cave in the desert in order to help detach himself from society, and tourists would
come visit him and ask him questions - he was able to tell them in great detail about their homes and places they asked him questions about.
One bit of progress I have made so far involving researching the possibility of time travel was obtaining and learning how to use binaural beats in
order to aid in lucid dreaming. I have checked out the science behind the lucid dreaming tapes and have found both the binaural beats and hypnosis
methods to be accurate for their stated purpose. I recommend Hemi-Sync's Lucid Dreaming Series, you can find it online, it is a set of .mp3 files, you
will need headphones.
I think I may have to write a thread on using binauaral beats for lucid dreaming, the science behind it, and then link it to this
I also managed to find some files on the internet detailing how to have an OBE / astral travel. I will have to write a thread about that, as well - I
tried the methods mentioned, and quite surprisingly, they did work
But I chickened out when my body started vibrating - however, on two occasions during the time period I was doing the experiments, I was torn out of
my physical body while sleeping without wanting it.
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