posted on Jul, 10 2021 @ 12:05 PM
I was thinking today about our infinite number of possibilities and infinite number of universes in terms of finality and would like to get your
thoughts on my theory. In short, spacetime is a teardrop.
I'm presenting it from two different perspectives or points in spacetime. Also, you need to consider that each perspective is a unique construct of
multiple vibratory states in spacetime. Separately, and loosely related, you need to consider that time as we know it is tethered to spacetime. For
example, when/where you were before you started reading this was a completely different when/where in spacetime when you started, and you cannot "go
back in time" without going back to where you were in spacetime. Offset spatial divergence.
Ok, so how do we end up with a tear drop? Let's say point A is you. Inside spacetime you have an infinite number of possible vibratory states within
the limited amount of space you can travel in spacetime, and your end trip, like everyone else around you, is getting gobbled up by an inescapable
black hole. Even if your matter could escape the one you are destined to get gobbled up by, eventually, you are still getting gobbled up by a black
hole as your unique universe collapses on itself.
So let's move to point B, a person on earth far off in the future (and further along in spacetime). You and that individual share the same fate,
which comes to the same point, point C.
Now that we've cleared that up, let's talk about time travel through spacetime. Theoretically, you could travel in both directions. Even if you
(your vibrational state) are able to travel backwards in spacetime, all it would do is end up in a larger teardrop in spacetime that partially rides
parallel to the original one from that new point, but never overlapping. Let's also look at traveling from point B to point A (same overall concept).
The line represents the fact that you could never travel back to a point in spacetime that did not result in your point in spacetime. But that would
also mean you could never travel back to point B because the vibratory energy in point B already happened at that point in spacetime, creating a
different teardrop shaped future riding on the same overall teardrop, but also never overlapping or interacting with the original.
Something to think about for today I guess.
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