a reply to: Watts
I had already looked at these messages some time ago because they appeared to be surprisingly similar to a particular code I had developed for a very
specific purpose. The simplest tests sent involve a series of pulses that appear to show a basic key, i.e. AA = B , AAA = C and so on. But how were
these pulses received in the first place to differentiate a simple pulse (a) and the following numbers, 2 and 3 etc.? The numbers in my code only
represent distances between other numbers, to make decoding completely impossible without the keys.
Just for a moment imagine you had found a way to temporally transfer radio messages, you would of course need to code anything transmitted during your
initial trials to avoid being detected. You could even code something into them that appears to be quite harmless, like an exercise in cryptography,
perhaps even referring to a series of equations and the periodic table of elements.
You need to understand that the first time you send a message like this, the difficulties to overcome in working out just how to make the transmission
are only just the beginning. The next problem is, you assume you have released a transmission into time and space. But when and where exactly can it
be received? This is why the statement that they had been picked up by the Sputnik satellite is so interesting - temporally transmitted signals
actually do most commonly re-appear as if from nowhere, in space. They only extremely rarely appear in any proximity whatsoever to the area of the
transmitters. Due to a lack of understanding of theory, it is usually assumed that you can only send messages into the future, when in fact they can
initially only be sent into the past using the primitive technology that can in the early stages be adapted to do this.
It is usually, wrongly, assumed that the electromagnetic spectrum is some kind of continuum, with the only thing that varies along it being the
frequencies. You also have to look at exactly how certain waves are created however and what this means in relation to a particular theory. They do
not simply vary in terms of frequency ranges. Some ways of generating waves also have other effects. This is why only some signals, initially, lend
themselves more easily to temporal transfer.
So let's assume that you've somehow worked out which types of frequencies can be used to initiate basic temporal transfer. To make sure you are
really receiving your first message, you start off with very simple pulses, easily identifiable as the first message. The next one you send however
needs to be varied slightly, to differentiate it from the first, and so on, because you're not even sure if, when and where it will be received and
in which order.
To help understand the problem, an analogy for doing this would be sending short messages in paper ships that you have launched into some large lake
somewhere, in a thick fog. You know you are sending them, but have no idea where they are going or when or even if you will ever find them again. So
you record when you send which ones and differentiate them. Eventually, you find some of them, and the next step is to try to work out why they were
carried to exactly where and when you found them, but many are missing altogether. It not quite as easy as simple "currents in the lake" and which
way the wind was blowing, it's a whole new principle you don't have any understanding of whatsoever because it's not even alluded to in the
supposedly all-encompassing "Standard Model". You're firing shots into a different kind of dark and somehow need to try and find and then work out
where the bullets ended up. That's why not all messages were received. This would explain the obvious gaps in them.
In anticipation of the latest upgrade, the people at the LHC now even boast about wanting to deliberately create micro black holes, after initially
pretending they would never be formed to allay people's understandable fears. So what does that have to do with this subject? They still fail to
understand that micro black holes are also subject to temporal transfer, which is why none have ever been detected where they were expected. The
question of where they reappear is the same for transmissions.
Can you now see why the NSA would be extremely interested in this and why the messages grew in complexity? The next problem is, they were received far
back in the past. By 2004, the NSA still had no idea what these messages were and considered finally releasing them. They only began to understand
what they were dealing with later. By then, the court had ordered their release, but they are of little use anyway without very exact data on time and
place of receipt.
The first tangible (if still not understood as such by most) indication so far of the possibility of temporal signal transfer was seen so
spectacularly in the Norway Sky Spiral, which was/will be caused inadvertently by HAARP (which you must have guessed bore no resemblance whatsoever to
any effects of any "missile launch", as the ridiculous cover story later stated. You can clearly see the field lines for God's sake, so just how
stupid could anyone be to fall for the "missile launch trails" story?). You may also have heard of another, much weaker and different sky spiral,
seen over Australia. The Norway spiral had not pointed directly to the HAARP facility because the temporal effect also changes the perceived
originating location, in this case, to appear further east.
To really make any sense of this, you'd have to understand the theory behind such transfers and what makes them possible. This is where I'm afraid I
have to give up for now, it would take me weeks to try to explain and I don't really want to, but I hope this helps people to understand however that
UFO/Aliens or a cryptographical exercise are not the only two possibilities in relation to these messages. The first temporally transferred signals
would look just like this. The far greater theory which explains temporal transfer is the next huge step in understanding, it also makes it possible
to understand what dark matter is. Ultimately, temporal transfer will also be the only way to travel vast distances, which is why this is such a huge
issue. Which brings us back to that other area again that I prefer not to discuss. You need to take baby steps before you can walk. A temporally
transferred signal, understanding just why and how it works and why it can only be received in certain places at certain times is that very first baby
I don't like or trust the people who are secretly pushing this research further, trust is hard earned, but also very easily lost. One can infer from
what has happened that the Norway Sky Spiral effect has been recognized for what it is, firstly because of the totally ridiculous cover story about it
and even more revealingly, because the effect has not been seen again. They made very sure HAARP would not to cause it a second time. The trouble is,
the people now researching this don't know when to stop or even where to be extremely careful. It's a totally new field. The causality issues
involved are more than just a theoretical nuisance. They are one of the huge dangers lurking in Pandora's Box.
A hint from someone who has peeked inside, but who HAS decided to stop for now.