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The time machine

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posted on Aug, 14 2012 @ 07:56 AM
Your body, the human system, is a space time vehicle. The system is bound locale. The event (moment/now) is the only time. Reflection/Contemplation of another locale is a withdrawal from the current one. One cannot be in the moment when they are focused on the past future or alternate.

When you purchase a new item of some technicality you will recieve and instruction manual, in this instance the manual is the system.

I have revealed more of the truth regarding tele/distant vision as well as explanation of the symbolic representation of the other senses of the system.

An explanation of visual time traversal

How many ways should it be said? Fourier transforms, is that enough wordage to warrant some few moments one guards so loosely? The proof is in the pudding; all are observing moments of space-time whenever one interacts with a space-time symbol system only, in the same way one is limited to a perception of the progress of time here too there is a limit and again it is realisation.

Witness Dead People:

Space-Time Symbol Systems:

The book will be opened to ones lifes deeds.

Now loosely caught up or at least enough to know to continue reading.

Whom will be called least in the kingdom?

When one realises the kingdom there is little they would not do to ensure a place.

To end with some questions:

Is it possible to increase ones calling by decreasing the calling of others?

If the human system is a vehicle in time and space what does that mean for the other species?

edit on 14-8-2012 by usernamehere because: spellinglingling

posted on Aug, 14 2012 @ 08:06 AM
What is a "calling", as you call it?

posted on Aug, 14 2012 @ 09:15 AM
I mean no harm but your post is a load of gibberish. Do you have a translation for celestialless earth bounds?

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