The idea that a man may travel from one time into another distant time upon the Earth, using a technology, has been explored in legends, myth and in literature for a long time. The television production 'Quantum Leap' was a very popular show which
sits comfortably in the mind of the younger generation of the nienteen eightees. H G Wells will long be remembered for having placed the idea in to the British psyche. Is it so unlikely that some new and unknown device, constructed by industry and
using the laws of nature could propel a person from one time period to another distant time, and perhaps back again? Has this technology in fact been harnessed by some power or by some hidden group? History can from time to time present puzzles
which seem to encourage the open mind. Among legends of unknown and Fortean events there are cases of photographs which show objects and persons existing in impossible times and locations. There is one circulating at the moment which purports to
show a young Vladimir Putin as a soldier in the nineteen forties. There are presently a number of men and women around the world who claim that they have travelled in time themselves. Who are these strange people and what are their stories? At the
center of these issues are the questions as to the nature of time itself and how time functions. One of the popular hypotheses which is spoken of today concerns the holographic storage of information. There is an ancient hindu tradition which may
help us to understand the way time works, known as Indra's Net. According to Brendan T Murphy "Some 2,500 years ago the Buddhist Avatamsaka Sutra described the cosmos allegorically through the imagery of Indra's net. In the heavenly abode of the
deity Indra, there was cast an infinite net reaching in all directions, and at each node point in the net there was a jewel, each reflecting the light of all the others - infinitely. Should any jewel be touched, each of the infinite other jewels
would instantly be affected, presaging physicist John Bell's theorem that everything is interconnected in this interdependent universe. In particular, the Buddhist vision illustrates the concepts of dependent origination and interpenetration (all
phenomena arise together and are intimately connected "in a mutually interdependent web of cause and effect" 104). "For the Huayan school, Indra's net symbolizes a universe where infinitely repeated mutual relations exist between all members of
the universe."105 This essentially describes a holographic universe which organizes its emergent phenomena fractally - our holographic universe. In The Tao of Physics, Capra explains the relevance of Indra's net to particle physics, stating that,
"particles are dynamically composed of one another in a self-consistent way, and in that sense can be said to ‘contain' one another." This is a principle of the hologram: that each part contains within it the information that codes for the whole.
(You can read the full text at Science Meets Spirituality), the chapter is A Holographic Information Processor).
DAVID LEWIS ANDERSON
In the field of research into time-travel related events and science David Lewis Anderson is particularly important. It is an interesting perspective, to look at the concepts and ideas around the possibility of time travel and to see what some personalities
of substance have made of it. As we have said before: the world is in flux. We have not mastered time, we have not harnessed it for travel, as ever the dull echo of the empty mind repeats 'Not possible' yet other minds disagree and apply themeselves
to the problem. His bigraphy on the Anderson Institute's website informs us: "David Lewis Anderson, born in Weirton, West Virginia is a physicist whose interests are in spacetime physics, special relativity and global community service. Anderson
received multiple degrees, graduating with honors in the fiels of engineering, physics and philosophy. He was employed at a young age by the United States Air Force conducting advanced research and development at the prestigious Air Force Flight
Test Center at Edwards Air Force Base in the Mojave Desert. He later founded an organization call the TTRC, an advanced time-technology research laboratory located on Long Island, New York in the United States of America. During that time he proposed
several new detail on theories for reversing time at sub-light speeds and laid the foundations for what would later become known as time-warped field theory, an approach that modeled and described how to use the natural forces of inertial frame
dragging for power generation and to create contained and controllable fields of closed time-like curves. Anderson provided one of the first comprehensive overviews of the historical views of time, time control and time travel in the documentary
"Time Travel - Journeys into Time." His ideas were later applied for the development of high performance time reactor systems for energy production and time technology research at what is known today as the Anderson Institute." The Anderson institute
is dedicated to the free and open study of the nature of time and the developments of scientific methods and technologies for harnessing time travel technology. According to its website: "The Anderson Institute is a premier high technology research
institution, delivering scientific and engineering solutions for the most crucial and complex problems in spacetime physics. Our primary mission is the development of time-warped field theory, its application and ensuring the ongoing development
of time reactor system design concepts and capabilities. The Anderson Institute emphasizes global community responsibility, effective operational safeguards and security, and environmental leadership, while outstanding innovation remains the foundation
of the Institute. In addition to supporting the Institute's core mission, our work advances research and development in the medical, computer science, bioscience, space exploration and physics disciplines.". Anybody who is interested in studying
the nature of Time and the possibility of time travel will enjoy visiting the Anderson Institute's web site. The AOAS Group salute Anderson for his open mind and for his search for what is hidden.
IMPOSSIBLE PHOTOGRAPHS: Living within the ephemeral core of modern Western photography are a set of items which cannot possibly exist. Photographs taken of men and women and sometimes children possessed of clothing or objects that belong only in
a very different time zone. Where did these people come from? Where did they go to? That these images have been produced without guile or trickery is a perfectly reasonable response but that they have been found and believed cannot be denied.
Are they evidence that our assumptions of the nature of the world in which we live may be uncertain?
Time travel is the concept of movement between certain points in time, analogous to movement between different points in space by an object or a person, typically using a hypothetical device known as a time machine, in the form of a vehicle or of
a portal connecting distant points in spacetime, either to an earlier time or to a later time, without the need for the time-traveling body to experience the intervening period in the usual sense. Time travel is a widely-recognized concept in
philosophy and fiction. It was popularized by H. G. Wells' 1895 novel The Time Machine, which moved the concept of time travel into the public imagination. However, it is uncertain if time travel to the past is physically possible. Forward time
travel, outside of the usual sense of the perception of time, is possible according to special relativity and general relativity, although making one body advance or delay more than a few milliseconds compared to another body is not feasible with
current technology. As for backwards time travel, it is possible ...
Some ancient myths depict a character skipping forward in time. In Hindu mythology, the Mahabharata mentions the story of King Raivata Kakudmi, who travels to heaven to meet the creator Brahma and is surprised to learn when he returns to Earth that
many ages have passed. The Buddhist Pāli Canon mentions the relativity of time. The Payasi Sutta tells of one of the Buddha's chief disciples, Kumara Kassapa, who explains to the skeptic Payasi that, "In the Heaven of the Thirty Three Devas,
time passes at a different pace, and people live much longer. "In the period of our century; one hundred years, only a single day; twenty four hours would have passed for them." The Japanese tale of "Urashima Tarō", first described in the
Nihongi (720) tells of a young fisherman named Urashima Taro who visits an undersea palace. After three days, he returns home to his village and finds himself 300 years in the future, where he has been forgotten, his house is in ruins, and
his family has died. Early science-fiction stories feature characters ...
Like forward time travel, backward time travel has an uncertain origin. Samuel Madden's Memoirs of the Twentieth Century (1733) is a series of letters from British ambassadors in 1997 and 1998 to diplomats in the past, conveying the political and
religious conditions of the future.:95–96 Because the narrator receives these letters from his guardian angel, Paul Alkon suggests in his book Origins of Futuristic Fiction that "the first time-traveler in English literature is a guardian angel.":85
Madden does not explain how the angel obtains these documents, but Alkon asserts that Madden "deserves recognition as the first to toy with the rich idea of time-travel in the form of an artifact sent backward from the future to be discovered
in the present.":95–96 In 1836 Alexander Veltman published Predki Kalimerosa: Aleksandr Filippovich Makedonskii (The Forebears of Kalimeros: Alexander, son of Philip of Macedon), which has been called the first original Russian science fiction
novel and the first novel to use time travel. The narrator rides to ...
AOAS remark that Nikola Tesla is one of the most substantial and perennial characters in the collective mind of the New Age. The school students of Britain, from the fifties, the sixties, and of right up to the millennium would have been unlikely
to have heard his name. In learning of electricity, for example, the name Edison is known all over the world. And yet from the nineteen nineties and in particular since the new millenium, there have been astonishing rumors and stories circulating
of this extraordinary and clever man. His scientific experiments are said to have included the legendary Philadelphia Experiment and he is even said to have been assassinated over his intentions to reveal to the world how to harness free energy
without the need for fossil fuels or nuclear fission. It is clear that he was an exceptional mind. According to Commander X, Nikola Tesla, the now much-lauded late professional scientist, became involved with experimentation in Time Travel technologies.
Commander X is a very well known institution in the world of shadowy conspiracies and hidden truths. It is even said that Tesla mastered the technology. He says thus 'I have long been an admirer of the great inventor Nikola Tesla. That should come
to no surprise to anyone who has read some of my previous books. Here was a man whose genius was far beyond the great minds of his day. He had an intellect that at times seemed almost unearthly. I suppose this is why some have speculated that such
a remarkable individual could not have sprung from the bosom of mother Earth, but instead was the product of extraterrestrial intervention. I must admit that for a while the idea that Nikola Tesla was not of this planet held a certain appeal to
me. It would certainly answer a lot of questions about this enigmatic man - but of course it would also create even more questions that would be impossible to answer in my lifetime. So I was finally left with the simplest explanation on the true
origins of Nikola Tesla. I have concluded he was an extraordinary human the likes we so rarely see. My primary schooling was bereft of any education of Tesla or his great achievements. His name, in its absence, spoke of dark conspiracies and downright
thievery. In public, only the Tesla-coil stands out in honor of its namesake, but few know of the person for whom it is christened. Textbooks held no place between its pages for this great man, and teachers rarely uttered his name. Thankfully, some
have come to recognize the great injustice that has been done to Tesla and have found a place in some classrooms to teach his history. I think it would be safe to say that Nikola Tesla was the man who invented the 20th Century. But a mystery remains.
A mystery that has been diabolical in its treachery not only to Nikola Tesla, but to humanity as a whole. We know that the United State Patent Office granted patents to many of Tesla’s inventions. These were inventions that Tesla and his investors
saw as potentially profitable - the AC motor is an excellent example of one of Tesla’s inventions that changed the world. However, Tesla also invented an unknown number of other items that were never patented for one reason or another. Tesla had
a keen sense of what would garner financial interest, but he also worked on and developed technology... READ MORE
TIME TRAVEL - ANDREW D BASIAGO
THE PROJECT PEGASUS MISSION STATEMENT (SOURCE: PROJECTPEGASUS.NET)
Time ravel not only a reality, but there are veteran time travellers? Could it be possible that the US Government are seated over a capability to travel in time and that their experimentation and accomplishments are of a very organised and well
funded nature? This is the story of Andrew D Basiago and Project Pegasus. From the Mission Statement on his website: " Project Pegasus is a quest begun in 1968 by Andrew D. Basiago when he was serving as a child participant in the US time-space
exploration program, Project Pegasus. Project Pegasus was the classified, defense-related research and development program under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in which the US defense-technical community achieved time travel
on behalf of the US government -- the real Philadelphia Experiment. Project Pegasus was launched by the US government to perform "remote sensing in time" so that reliable information about past and future events could be provided to the US President,
intelligence community, and military. It was expected that the 140 American schoolchildren secretly enrolled in Project Pegasus would continue to be involved in time travel when they grew up and went on to serve as America's first generation of
"chrononauts." The children found, however, that in the process of serving as child time travelers attached to Project Pegasus, they became America's time-space pioneers. Andy was the first American child to teleport and one of America’s early
time-space explorers, as will be told in his soon-to-be-published book, Once Upon a Time in the Time Stream: My Adventures in Project Pegasus at the Dawn of the Time-Space Age. In 1968, he resolved to one day tell the true story of his time travel
experiences in Project Pegasus and reveal to the world that the US government had made secret a teleportation technology that if made public would revolutionize transportation across the face of our planet. Today, Andy serves as the Team Leader
of the new Project Pegasus, the only group in the world that is lobbying the US government to declassify its time travel secrets. Under Andy's leadership, the mission of today's Project Pegasus is to lead the campaign in law, politics, and culture
to urge the US government to disclose its teleportation capability, so that this revolutionary technology can be used to advantage humanity in the 21st century. Andy envisions a world in which teleports will replace airports for "real time" transit
between major transport hubs around the world, thereby making long-distance travel faster, easier, safer, and cheaper. The declassification and deployment of the US government's teleportation capability may also be the most important environmental
cause of our time, for it will prevent billions of tons of pollutants from conventional transport from entering the atmosphere every year. Project Pegasus invites you to join Andy in his heroic quest to usher in the Time-Space Age. Together, we
can transform life on Earth. Let's go for it!"." ...READ MORE
According to the recently published article on the World Matrix Disclosure website: "Montauk project was, apparently, a
series of US government experiments at Camp Hero or Montauk Air Force Station in Montauk, Long Island, with the aim of developing exotic technologies such as time travel and teleportation. According to sources, never officially confirmed, the
Montauk Project consisted of a series of experiments conducted at Camp Hero, an abandoned US Air Force research facility located in Montauk, New York. Here, a secret military group with huge financial resources has gone over the negative opinion
of the US Congress, aiming to create a psychological weapon, seduced by the idea of controlling the minds of the enemy in the war. It is believed that the Montauk Project was an extension or continuation of another controversial project entitled
“Philadelphia Experiment“, which was held on October 28, 1943. The official media still believes that all statements about the Montauk Project are pure fiction.". AOAS remark that of all of the legends and all of the stories that have been told
of events over the recent decades, the Montauk Saga, as it is known, is undoubtably one of the most extensive and one of the most amazing. It made famous, at least in conspiracy circles, the alleged participants Al Bielek, Duncan Cameron
and Preston Nichols whilst implicating a number of others, including Peter Moon, Stewart Swerdlow, Nikola Tesla, Otis Carr and Ralph Ring and there have been claims of involvement in the conspiracy by and of a number of other less well known figures.
Let's be frank about this. If Bielek and Nichols made this up for amusement then it's the hoax of all time. Yet if they made it up for money it is ironic that had they didn't simply write it as a novel to benefit from the book sales. AOAS remark
that it is one hell of a story and the deeper you immerse yourself in the story the more one's interest is engaged. Having listened to these guys talk for hours, with their attitudes and enthusiasms, having watched their videos and studied their
numerous interviews, AOAS remark that we hope that the Montauk Project was for real. For your further study we heartily recommend that you research The Philadelphia Experiment and the various accounts of The Montauk Project. They are entertaining. If true they are very important. If they are untrue they are still very important. The
great significance of the Montauk Saga is the idea that the US government (and by implication one would think the governments of other world superpowers, like Russia and Britain) has a highly developed secret program of advanced technology, involving
extensive military housing and technical support, with an uninterrupted program of advancement and development spanning decades. Is that not comforting?
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the human understanding of time, some philosophical and some technological ― the electric telegraph, the steam railroad, the discovery of buried civilisations, and the perfection of clocks ...
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“We broke something. How do you break time? Can something so bad happen that you fracture the world?” Benjamin Travers has been electrocuted. What’s worse, he and his friends have woken up in the past. As the friends search for a way home, they
realize they’re not alone. There are other time travelers, and some of them are turning up dead When Ben meets an enigmatic ...
THE INFINITY ENGINES by Andrew Hastie
History is not as stable as you may think. The guilds of the Oblivion Order patrol the paths of the past, using the timelines of artifacts to navigate through back through time. They are the agents of change, the ones responsible for keeping the
continuum on track – saving us from obliteration. When a troubled seventeen-year-old, Josh, breaks into the house of the local eccentric, he finds himself drawn into the ...
"Born and raised in California, Peter Moon is primarily known for his investigation of space-time projects. These concern projects in the past, present and future that control both time and perception of time. An avid reader as a young man, he studied
creative writing and literature and was particularly interested in both the scientific extrapolations of science fiction as well as the high adventure that it provided. His interest in Eastern Religion and Western Occultism clminated in a unique
career and association that centered around the private concerns of L. Ron Hubbard, a renown science fiction writer who was an accomplished occultist but is also known as the controversial founder of Dianetics and Scientology. Peter went out on
his own in 1983 and moved to Long Island where his unique background enabled him to forge an association with scientist Preston Nichols, one of the world’s foremost experts in the world on electromagnetic phenomena who had been involved in strange
experiments at the Montauk Air Force Station on Long Island which included the manipulation of time. Their collaboration in writing “The Montauk Projct: Experiments in Time” and its subsequent sequels have now reached legendary proportions. Peter’s
work caught the attention of time control scientist, Dr. David Anderson of the Time Travel Research Center on Long Island (now reincorporated as the Anderson Institute in New Mexico), who invited him to Romania and paved the way for him to investigate
other space-time projects as discussed in the Transylvania Series, one of which includes what has been called the most amazing archeological artifact in the history of Mankind, a chamber that contains a holographic record of the Earth’s history
as well as holographic readouts of human DNA and also other species. Peter has just released a new series of videos “Time Travel Theory Explained” which explains in simple language the actual scientific principles demonstrating that time travel
is within the boundaries of ordinary mathematics and physics." Peter Moon has also launched the Time Travel Educationwebsite. AOAS recommend that you visit his website to
learn more about the time reactor patent. From the website: "This month is the Silver Anniversary of the publication of The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time. When the manuscript for The Montauk Project" was being written in 1991, there were
many naysayers, both from local people as well as VIPs who decried the topic. Major media turned a cold should when the book was released, refusing and even going out of their way to either avoid the topic, cancelling bookings or otherwise trying
to inhibit the success of the publication. After 25 years, the tide has turned. Stephen Hawking, who is known for being forced to change his position several times on the topic, is now "on board with it" according to a History Channel program.
The hottest show on Netflix, "Stranger Things" is based upon the Montauk Project, the authors even insisting it should be called "Montauk" (the original title of the show that was changed in an attempt to avoid paying royalties of any kind). There
is now a documentary in the work (in final stages of editing" entitled "Secrets of Montauk" that will soon be released on the History Channel. In order to demonstrate the validity of the subject of time travel, I gave them a copy of Dr. Anderson's
patent application for the Time Reactor. Here is a short video which also directs you to where you can download the patent itself."
Theory of Elementary Waves. The broadest sciences of the natural and human worlds are full systems of thought. They unify a multitude of layers of complex, interrelated phenomena; they are world-views. In the humanities this means a system
of understanding ourselves and our own existence: our minds, our values and purposes, our art, our societies and politics. We have economics, literature, history, anthropology, political science, and much more. Ultimately this entails a system
of philosophy. Correspondingly, in the natural sciences this means a system of physics — as Newton profoundly put it, the system of the world.
Traveling Through Time What is time? Is time travel possible? For centuries, these questions have intrigued mystics, philosophers, and scientists, and the subject of time has been central to the world's many diverse religions and cultures.
Here, futurist Clifford Pickover looks at the history of the baffling concept of time and explains why we shouldn't discount the possibility of traveling through it.
Images Proof? Is time travel possible? Is there any proof? These are complicated questions. Some would say time travel isn’t possible. Others would look to science, and find that yes, it is — but only under certain conditions. An infinite
amount of energy. Speeds faster than light. Spaceships circling the drain of a black hole. And only ever forwards — travel to the past is out of the question!
A MARK IN TIME At christ's birth the three wise men brought gold Frankincense and Mirr as gifts. Do you know why two brought incense and one brought gold? Frankincense and Mirr were the same incenses that Jesus was wrapped in after he
died. The gold was way out of place to some one at that time, but no one today questions it because these days (2,000+ years later) it would be normal. This is roughly the first point in time where giving money to the parents as a gift at
a baby shower wouldn't be taken as an insult by the father. No one of that time frame would have done it, let alone have helped take care of another man's child whether financially or as a father. Exceptions only being made if it's father
died a very honorable death in servitude to the king, or maybe a very wealthy man.
Faster than light When Albert Einstein first predicted that light travels the same speed everywhere in our Universe, he essentially stamped a speed limit on it: 299,792 kilometres per second (186,282 miles per second) - fast enough to
circle the entire Earth eight times every second. But that's not the whole story. In fact, it's just the beginning. Before Einstein, mass - the atoms that make up you, me, and everything we see - and energy were treated as separate entities.
But in 1905, Einstein forever changed the way physicists view the Universe.
Space and Time Warps This lecture is the intellectual property of Professor S.W.Hawking. You may not reproduce, edit, translate, distribute, publish or host this document in any way with out the permission of Professor Hawking. Note that
there may be incorrect spellings, punctuation and/or grammar in this document. This is to allow correct pronunciation and timing by a speech synthesiser. In science fiction, space and time warps are a commonplace. They are used for rapid journeys
around the galaxy, or for travel through time. But today's science fiction, is often tomorrow's science fact. So what are the chances for space and time warps.
Space-Time When giving the coordinates for a location, most people provide the latitude, longitude and perhaps altitude. But there is a fourth dimension often neglected: time. The combination of the physical coordinates with the temporal
element creates a concept known as space-time, a background for all events in the universe.
Titor, Trump As Donald Trump prepares for his inauguration as president, the theories of his supposed connection to a thrill-junkie time traveller have resurfaced. Many are convinced that a man called John Titor time travelled from the
year 2036 to 2000 to warn the world of an impending nuclear war at the hands of ISIS. Appearing only in online forums 16 years ago, nobody knew the identity of the man who vanished without a trace – but some are now certain that this man was
none-other than president-elect Donald Trump. Conspiracy theorists now believe that billionaire tycoon Donald Trump is poised to use the highest position on the planet to stop the impending nuclear war with ISIS terror-nuts.
Real Life Time TravelThe hype surrounding Netflix's Stranger Things is proving harder to kill than that creepy Demogorgon monster, and it's only going to grow now that Season 2 has officially been announced. The fan frenzy is a testament
to the megahit's intricately layered details. While we've gone deep on many aspects of our favorite show from this summer, one element of the series' backstory bears closer examination: a real-life government experiment that inspired Stranger
Things, known among paranormal buffs as the "Montauk Project."
TIME-TRAVEL: FUN FACTS AND THEORIES. This book will tell you about Space and Time and it will explain vital terms in a simple yet factual way that does not blind the reader with science. It will tell you about the vitally important topics
TIME-TRAVELER'S WIFE by Audrey Niffenegger. A funny, often poignant tale of boy meets girl with a twist: what if one of them couldn't stop slipping in and out of time? Highly original and imaginative, this debut novel raises questions about
MARKING TIME Seventeen-year-old tagger Saira Elian can handle anything... a mother who mysteriously disappears, a stranger who stalks her around London, and even the noble English Grandmother who kicked Saira and her mother out of ...
OUTLANDER by Diana Gabaldon The year is 1945. Claire Randall, a former combat nurse, is just back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second honeymoon when she walks through a standing stone in one of the ancient circles ...'
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