posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 08:52 PM
Well, since the OP stated that we could not change history, then the question is what would we like most to observe? So many things- get the truth
about all those old conspiracies. If I couldn't change anything, I'd avoid going back to anything that I'd really want to do something about. If I
could go back and change anything, I'd probably go back to Jekyll Island and stop the creation of the Fed.
But for me, observing only, it would be the 17th century in Europe - Germany and England mostly. I'm not sure why it is, but I have a real
fascination with that period in history and I'd love to see some of the famous people as they really were- Richelieu, Gustav, Charles, Cromwell,
Rupert, the Winter King and Queen, Bethlen Gabor and the Mad Halberstader, to name but a few. If I could fly to America in the same trip, I'd visit
with the Indians and see how they lived and enjoy the country as it was back then.
For my next trip, I'd go back to 1775 -1776 to see how the popular mood shifted to revolution.
For the third trip I'd probably go back to see who really created the Sphinx, and what it means.