Time Travelers Have Been
With Us for Centuries
since H. G. Wells excited the imagination of millions with his 1895 novel
"The Time Machine," the concept of time travel has fascinated science-fiction writers.
Within the last century, intricate
and complex plots developed as writers carefully thought of all the problems linked to someone projecting himself either back
or forward in time. They wondered what would happen if, for example, a time traveler met himself, or went into the past and
altered a single event that had a major impact on the future.
Those who recall the popular Hollywood film series "Back
to the Future" understand just how complex those time travel plots can get.
I have news. Time travel has been around
for thousands of years, but as far as I know, it hasn't been done the way H. G. Wells or the Hollywood film makers envisioned.
People do it by leaving their bodies and entering the spiritual world, where time does not exist. From there, all events from
either the past or future are known.
The contemporary writer Mary Summer Rain gives a wonderful description of this kind of traveling
in the "astral" in her books. They tell of the writer's discussions with a Potawatami woman named No Eyes, who was physically
blind, but an amazing psychic visionary. She taught Rain to follow her in fascinating out of the body visits to a spiritual
world that few people know exists.
I believe the great prophets of the Old Testament, and magicians like Jesus, Nostradomas, Edgar Cayce and Aleister Crowley were able to accurately predict events of the future because
they knew the secret of out-of-body time travel. H.G. Wells also may have had this gift because his books, all written after
"The Time Machine," accurately predicted aircraft, aerial warfare, super highways, television, radio, overpopulation and the
atomic bomb, years before they were invented. There are indications, as I will show later in this article, that physical time
travel also will exist at some future date.
I suspect the inventor Nikola Tesla also was a time traveler. This man changed our lives with
the inventions of alternating electrical current, the electrical transformer, the hydroelectric generator, radio, x-rays,
vacuum tubes, fluorescent lights, microwaves, radar, the rotary engine and the loud speaker to name a few. He even claimed
to have conceived of a way to transmit energy through the air, without the use of wires, and said he could build a "death
ray" machine that could knock aircraft out of the sky. For political and financial reasons, he was never allowed to build
How could Tesla invent so many amazing things within a single lifetime? I believe he
had a photographic memory and understood mechanical things when he looked at them. I had an uncle who could do that. He was
a draftsman by trade. Once he saw a machine, he could draw a design for duplicating it.
Suppose Tesla had this ability.
By traveling forward in time, he could then examine the electronic things in use, which was obviously his expertise, and return
to his own time and duplicate it. If this is what happened, Tesla was an anomaly within the time continuum. By stealing the
invention from someone in the future, Tesla, himself, became the inventor. Like the movie characters, he rushed "back to the
The late Robert Monroe, who founded the Monroe Institute in Faber, Virginia, started
the school because he wanted to study the phenomenon of leaving the body. His interest was personal. Monroe was having trouble
staying in his body. When he would do a simple thing like lie down for a nap, he often found himself floating around on the
ceiling, looking down on himself sleeping on the bed.
Monroe, who wrote books on his experiences, discovered how to
travel around in the "other world" that exists outside of our bodies. It is a spiritual world, filled with a variety of life
forms, including the so-called aliens who most people believe travel here from outer space. That is not true. Like we who
visit their world, they come from other dimensions, make brief visits, then go back again. Monroe apparently did not do much
time traveling. His books, however, help support the fact that people do leave their bodies and enter another world where
time travel is possible.
The Monroe Institute now teaches that people who leave their bodies can
go to various levels of collective consciousness, where people go after they die. Each level is identified by a number. I
believe it is level 15 where you can go either right or left, and travel either backward or forward in time. I have a friend
who studied at the institute, and is very skilled at moving around on level 15. He has some amazing stories to tell about
the past and the future, which will be subjects for future articles.
Maj. Ed Dames who taught remote viewing, or looking at things through right brain functioning, and Engo
Swann, a psychic who invented the concept,
have given us yet another way to travel through time.
Remote viewing is not an easy thing to learn. It takes hours
and hours of practice, usually with a partner. It involves repetitious actions that cause the left part of the brain, which
handles most of our daily activities, to shut down. When that happens, the creative right side of our brain turns on. It is
through right brain functioning that we get the information.
Remote viewing involves a lot of work
and discipline to master, but the rewards can sometimes be high. People who have successfully mastered remote viewing have
become wealthy finding lost treasure, searching for lost people, and investigating unsolved mysteries. There are only a very
few of these people in existence.
After getting my hands on a set of
tapes produced at the Monroe Institute a few years ago, I also learned how to leave my body. I have visited the so-called
astral, and met some of the life forms there.
I haven't reached level 15, however, so must rely on what
the entities I meet in sub-space tell me. They warn of something terrible looming in our future. It is such an urgent message
that it is always the first thing I am told about when I meet an entity.
We communicate in pictures because there is no common language.
What I get from them is a picture of fire and smoke. I think it is war, disease and famine that kills a large segment of the
Earth's population. But I also have reason to believe that some humans will survive.
I know this because
of the mysterious crop circles now being
found in grain fields all around the world. The crop circles have a way of "appearing" in an instant in the center of a field.
They often are intricate patterns best seen from the air. Some people, who have managed to secretly make imitations of the
crop circles, claim they are the work of pranksters. Others believe they are made by aliens. Everybody is trying to find a
secret message in them.
The message to me is quite simple. They are markers for time travelers from the future. These
are people who may even travel physically through time. They make these marks in such perishable places as wheat fields because
they only remain fresh for a few days. After this, nature erases them. In this way, time travelers can find specific places
in time and return to them as often as they wish. The fact that so many crop circles are being produced indicates that this
is an interesting time for people of the future to visit.
In one of his recent visits on Art Bell's radio show, Dames
was asked by a caller about UFOs. He said he or his students have remote viewed them. Some of them appear to be alien craft,
some are our own ships, and he believes some are time machines from the future.
If he is right, it
suggests that (1.) we are at a pivotal point in world history, and (2.) the human race survives.
And this leads to
the obvious question. Are we being manipulated by the people from the future so that we don't destroy the Earth and ourselves
along with it? And if this is so, how did those people reach the future if we are going to destroy ourselves? See what I mean
about complex time travel plots?