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Intertwined “time”

Friday, April 11th, 2008

Q. Masters, I was recently watching a very old science fiction film that showed ships circling the moon, unmanned machines on the surface of alien planets, people living on stations floating around in space, ray guns that look like laser drills, and devices that look just like our present-day cell phones. How is it that movie makers back in the ‘40s and ‘50s knew about things that weren’t invented and put into everyday use until the ‘80s and ‘90s, and some not until after the turn of the century?

A. As we have discussed in the past, time is an invention of your planet. It only exists, as you know it, on your planet. Your time is based upon the rotation of the Earth around the Sun, one full rotation being one of your days, separated into 24 hours, each comprising 60 minutes, and each of these divided into 60 seconds.

We have also commented on the energetic nature of the soul that enables it to be in contact with more than one dimension or one reality at the same time. Some of those writers would tell you that the idea for their script came to them during meditation, where it just seemed to appear. Others would say that they remember visiting another location during the dream state, where they observed the aforementioned situations and instruments.

We have also talked about the Akashic records, which are compilations of all the experiences that each soul has personally undergone in its current and also former lives. Once a soul becomes aware of its eternal essence and its connection to the universe, it is possible to tap into those past experiences and bring them forward into the current life.

Because time is a construct of Earth, “past” lives may actually be in a future time frame from where your consciousness is presently focused (2008). When you take all of these factors into consideration you can see all the possible ways that your current knowledge could have become available to others forty to sixty years ago. This is also the same way that, over 150 years ago, the Australian Bushmen drew pictures of the Universe from a perspective in space.