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I have several questions for our esteemed time travelers.

 

1. What was Stonehenge originally built for and what activities have you observed in its days of creation?

 

2. Did Jesus move the rock in front of his tomb, and walk out ?

 

3. How did the Eygptians move the heavy slabs of stone into place for their strutures? And when the Pyramids in Giza were built, was the Sphinx already there?

 

These are just a few of my questions that you should be able to answer. As a time traveler, it would seem that you would have answered these mysteries. Thank-You for your Time!

 

 

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I have several questions for our esteemed time travelers.

 

1. What was Stonehenge originally built for and what activities have you observed in its days of creation?..Ans, Has to dio with both Druiditry and why Rainman showers with his cloths on.

 

2. Did Jesus move the rock in front of his tomb, and walk out ?

 

See book The Pleiadean Mission by Randolph Winters

 

3. How did the Eygptians move the heavy slabs of stone into place for their strutures? And when the Pyramids in Giza were built, was the Sphinx already there?

 

These are just a few of my questions that you should be able to answer. As a time traveler, it would seem that you would have answered these mysteries. Thank-You for your Time!

 

 

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Thanks for all your input folks. I posed the above questions to those who are claiming to be Time Travellers in this forum. We all have our own theories as to the whys and where-fores of all these ancient mysteries, but I was hoping that our esteemed time travellers would know.

 

This is a result of wondering what I would do if I was successful with the construction of a temporal craft. I already mentioned a trip to the library at Alexandrea as a definite. Since, I haven't yet created a temporal craft, I figured it would be interesting to hear from a "Real" Temporal Traveller.

 

I would love to find out what the answers are to those questions, and many more. As far as when and who really built the pyramids..well..a time traveller should know the answer to that one.

 

And as far as no possible way to travel back in time, I would think that if your craft is capable of seperating itself from time and space, that it may be able to be taken any place along the spectrum of existence, whether back or forward.

 

 

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...the Sphinx was built in the earlier years of the Egyptian Empire.

Of course. RainmanTime and myself were ( going to be ) successful with the construct of our Merkaba. We gathered together a team that consisted of a variety of experts for different purposes.

 

Each individual expert will be responsible for projects concerning ancient construction techniques, religious foundations, etc...

 

We travel back to the beginning of mankinds formation and establish guidelines that led to the history we know of today, as well as many historical events unknown or lost through-out the centuries.

 

So, indeed, the Sphinx was constructed before the Egyptian Empire. It was sort of a test before moving onto other projects in the area. You can even see the first attempts at educating the builders of the pyramids further to the south. This was our pyramid building class area.

 

 

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And as far as no possible way to travel back in time, I would think that if your craft is capable of seperating itself from time and space, that it may be able to be taken any place along the spectrum of existence, whether back or forward.

Yes, but that depends on whether or not it is possible to separate the timecraft from the time; if you can, as you say, you could easily travel to any point in time of your choice.

 

If you can't, then you might very well be stuck, as the old Star Trek song goes, "always going forward, 'cos we can't find reverse!" :D

 

Personally, I don't think separation from spacetime is possible, so I'd tend to go with the second outcome.

 

As for time travellers knowing all about humanity's past, if I were a time traveller I would want to explore the future, not the past - and by that, I mean the DEEP future (millions of years or more ahead). :)

 

 

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KoopaCooper,

 

Seperation of a craft from time and space is the basis of the Merkaba that has been mentioned in other posts. These posts were written last year, so I am sure those threads are far down the list of topics.

 

The specific combination of light frequencies and sound will create a rift in time and space, if our research is correct. Of course, you know I was kidding around about what I stated regarding RainmanTime and Myself. I would not like to think of myself having been a contributer to the mess of what our history has been to date.

 

I would like to travel into the past, a romp in some of the ancient libraries, such as the Library of Alexandria, would be fantastic. Of course, being unable to read the scrolls, may present a problem. I certainly would take some equipment to scan the material and translate upon return to my era.

 

Or perhaps, if one was able to arrive at an exact time and date, to make off with as many scrolls as possible while the library was being destroyed. Imagine the literary treasures that could be returned to be read once more.

 

I believe that RainmanTime and myself, as well one other poster in TTI, were getting close to the success of creating a Merkaba. I was warned off of our project by someone very knowledgeable with ancient writings, and the material about the Merkaba. He told me flat out that we were doing something similar to " storming the gates of Heaven ". This he said, would not be allowed nor go unpunished if the individual was not spiritually/mentally prepared if successful.

 

I now believe his warning to be valid, since I was experimenting with various elements of color, sound and vibration, and felt I was getting close to a major breakthrough. It wasnt long before ( to say with definite theological conitations ) "All HELL broke loose"!

 

It has been months to recover from the events that resulted in complete chaos, confusion and definite darkness. Just as God had done to the builders of the Tower of Babel. Fortunately, I have recovered, but am still a tad wary of messing with Gods handy work.

 

 

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Here is the deal. There is no possible way to travel back in time. I mean think about it, we would all-ready know. The only logical time travel is forward.

i totally agree with you mate its that simple. Travelling back in time provides opportunity for paradox; anything that can cause paradox (other than verbal/syntax ARTIFICAL paradoxes) like the grandfather paradox, things that have infinite loops (which cannot exist because time, although infinite in length, it is LINEAR and therefore no aspect of time can be involved in endless WhileWend loops, or circular refrences, without causing paradox) are logically impossible, and therefore impossible to apply. Its not a question of technology or causality or chrono-ethics, but LOGIC.

 

 

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