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Time travel question -- what a mind trip

 
Honest Joe
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I'd go back to the late 80's. Buy stock in Walmart, Apple, and leave instructions to buy stock in Microsoft, Google, etc.

Then I would leave myself a letter to be delivered on Aug 20th, 2010, it would explain the timeline i came from, and why I needed to make a few minor changes in the next few days to avoid huge consequenses a few days later.

I've always been a generous person, and this would allow me to help those in my life who have helped me, help those less fortunate (i.e. the homeless), avoid an accident that took place a few days after the above referanced date that has had and will have long lasting health implications.
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Time travel, teleporting and secret black ops

[link to www.youtube.com]


 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


This is an excellent 3 hour interview and also goes into how President Obama was part of the time travel program and the mars off=world missions. Well worth listening too.

Try this link if the others sited here don't work. [link to www.lisamharrison.com]
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With so much detail it is very compelling and hard to ignore. Amazing.
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I need to go back and fix somthing. Since time travel isn't real I have to live with it.
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Consider settling it within you. Forgive yourself now, as the event is in the past -- and you learned from it, right?

Or forgive that part of you which represents another person -- should that be the case. Resolve it within yourself and you may see some positive changes in your future.

Time is a notion. An idea. A perception. What is real is now. You can decide how you act now based on what you have experienced in the past, or what you think will happen in the future.

Your greatest power is choice today, and each day.
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I'd go back to the late 80's. Buy stock in Walmart, Apple, and leave instructions to buy stock in Microsoft, Google, etc.

Then I would leave myself a letter to be delivered on Aug 20th, 2010, it would explain the timeline i came from, and why I needed to make a few minor changes in the next few days to avoid huge consequenses a few days later.

I've always been a generous person, and this would allow me to help those in my life who have helped me, help those less fortunate (i.e. the homeless), avoid an accident that took place a few days after the above referanced date that has had and will have long lasting health implications.
 Quoting: Honest Joe 1491988


Thanks for sharing!
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I would see if the fall of atlantis was a real event so I guess It would be about 300,000 yrs ago. I would see the mentality of the people so we do not do the same....
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july 1972

she was tall and sender, blue eyes, honey blonde hair,and a sprinkling of freckles across the bridge of her nose.

the moody blues playing on the 8 track player in my best friend's van

non deadly weed

canoe trips on the back of the mighty allegheny,

nights beside the campfire beholding the stars glimpsed through the canopy of birch leaves

i am happy and content these days....

still a vacation to those days could be nice.
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july 1972

she was tall and sender, blue eyes, honey blonde hair,and a sprinkling of freckles across the bridge of her nose.

the moody blues playing on the 8 track player in my best friend's van

non deadly weed

canoe trips on the back of the mighty allegheny,

nights beside the campfire beholding the stars glimpsed through the canopy of birch leaves

i am happy and content these days....

still a vacation to those days could be nice.
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Sounds like you just took one!
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I would see if the fall of atlantis was a real event so I guess It would be about 300,000 yrs ago. I would see the mentality of the people so we do not do the same....
 Quoting: lucifer 21435704


"Atlantis is a legendary island first mentioned in Plato's dialogues Timaeus and Critias, written about 360 BC. According to Plato, Atlantis was a naval power lying "in front of the Pillars of Hercules" that conquered many parts of Western Europe and Africa 9,000 years before the time of Solon, or approximately 9600 BC. After a failed attempt to invade Athens, Atlantis sank into the ocean "in a single day and night of misfortune"."

"Theosophists believe the civilization of Atlantis reached its peak between 1,000,000 and 900,000 years ago but destroyed itself through internal warfare brought about by the inhabitants' dangerous use of magical powers."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

I think the dark cabal or world elite might be guilty of "dangerous use of magical powers" today.
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hmmmm

id prolly go back to just before my gandma passed away and tell her I love her
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smile_hear

I think if you go inside and do that now she would get the message. See what she says. You know what she would say.
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Well, I'd say I'd go back to August of 1997 and tell myself not to make the mistake of getting back together with the man I got back together with, but I'm pretty sure I already did that (I definitely got the screamin' message then not to do it), and I didn't listen then, so going back again and reliving the insight without listening, again, only to be sitting here today writing this post...well, it's all a pretty circutous mind-fuck.

Lol, did that make sense?

Hard lesson learned, can't take it back, so I live with it...oh, but not him. He's out of my life by five years now.

Otherwise, I actually have no desire to go back to any time in history and, although going to a future date is totally intriguing, I can't make up my mind about what the best date to choose in the future would be...lol, what if I was off by one day, that one day I missed was the most pivotal of all time?


I hope I didn't hurt your brain with my post, lovey!


blwkss
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Well, I'd say I'd go back to August of 1997 and tell myself not to make the mistake of getting back together with the man I got back together with, but I'm pretty sure I already did that (I definitely got the screamin' message then not to do it), and I didn't listen then, so going back again and reliving the insight without listening, again, only to be sitting here today writing this post...well, it's all a pretty circutous mind-fuck.

Lol, did that make sense?

Hard lesson learned, can't take it back, so I live with it...oh, but not him. He's out of my life by five years now.

Otherwise, I actually have no desire to go back to any time in history and, although going to a future date is totally intriguing, I can't make up my mind about what the best date to choose in the future would be...lol, what if I was off by one day, that one day I missed was the most pivotal of all time?


I hope I didn't hurt your brain with my post, lovey!


blwkss
 Quoting: cosmicgypsy


"What doesn't kill you makes you stronger"
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I would go back home.
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I would go back home.
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Where are you from?
cosmicgypsy

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Well, I'd say I'd go back to August of 1997 and tell myself not to make the mistake of getting back together with the man I got back together with, but I'm pretty sure I already did that (I definitely got the screamin' message then not to do it), and I didn't listen then, so going back again and reliving the insight without listening, again, only to be sitting here today writing this post...well, it's all a pretty circutous mind-fuck.

Lol, did that make sense?

Hard lesson learned, can't take it back, so I live with it...oh, but not him. He's out of my life by five years now.

Otherwise, I actually have no desire to go back to any time in history and, although going to a future date is totally intriguing, I can't make up my mind about what the best date to choose in the future would be...lol, what if I was off by one day, that one day I missed was the most pivotal of all time?


I hope I didn't hurt your brain with my post, lovey!


blwkss
 Quoting: cosmicgypsy


"What doesn't kill you makes you stronger"
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker



Of all the things you could've said...gawd, I just really dislike that saying. Phft, and in this case it's most likely that it's not true or applicable...harhar, unless you're not talking about me, and it's a reference to yourself after reading my post.

lolsign

At any rate, I enjoyed thinking about it all. Not all of the nine years with him was insufferable. There were some good times.

I especially enjoyed thinking about going into the future.

But, ya know what? At the end of all my thinking I realized that there's no day like today, eh?

I got to help someone out and put a smile on their face, so today was a good day, and I was exactly in the right place at the right time, where I was needed and meant to be.
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Go back to the 1880s and try to talk some sense into Wilhelm II.
He was the single most responsible person for World War part I and part II.
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Hatred is a cancer upon the world.
It rots the mind and blackens the heart.


Hi! My name is Halcyon Dayz and I'm addicted to morans.
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Well, I'd say I'd go back to August of 1997 and tell myself not to make the mistake of getting back together with the man I got back together with, but I'm pretty sure I already did that (I definitely got the screamin' message then not to do it), and I didn't listen then, so going back again and reliving the insight without listening, again, only to be sitting here today writing this post...well, it's all a pretty circutous mind-fuck.

Lol, did that make sense?

Hard lesson learned, can't take it back, so I live with it...oh, but not him. He's out of my life by five years now.

Otherwise, I actually have no desire to go back to any time in history and, although going to a future date is totally intriguing, I can't make up my mind about what the best date to choose in the future would be...lol, what if I was off by one day, that one day I missed was the most pivotal of all time?


I hope I didn't hurt your brain with my post, lovey!


blwkss
 Quoting: cosmicgypsy


"What doesn't kill you makes you stronger"
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker



Of all the things you could've said...gawd, I just really dislike that saying. Phft, and in this case it's most likely that it's not true or applicable...harhar, unless you're not talking about me, and it's a reference to yourself after reading my post.

lolsign

At any rate, I enjoyed thinking about it all. Not all of the nine years with him was insufferable. There were some good times.

I especially enjoyed thinking about going into the future.

But, ya know what? At the end of all my thinking I realized that there's no day like today, eh?

I got to help someone out and put a smile on their face, so today was a good day, and I was exactly in the right place at the right time, where I was needed and meant to be.
 Quoting: cosmicgypsy


I was referring to when you said "Hard lesson learned, can't take it back, so I live with it..." and trying to say "there is no failure, only feedback" and that life is a school to learn from. Thanks! Enjoy each day... all we really have is the now.
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I would go back home.
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Where are you from?
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


I am from here, Earth grounded. Magnetically .
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I'd travel exactly one day into the future, and live the 24 hours.

When I return, it'd be like Groundhog's Day, I'd know what was about to happen and beat 'em to the chase.

I'd get all the answers on Jeopardy correct.
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I'd travel exactly one day into the future, and live the 24 hours.

When I return, it'd be like Groundhog's Day, I'd know what was about to happen and beat 'em to the chase.

I'd get all the answers on Jeopardy correct.
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5 stars *****

IMHO

Love that movie too.
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THREAD WARNING
Each person who reads this thread is required to share their thoughts in answering the question, even if brief, but as detailed as you like. If you do not follow this rule you will still gain some nice insights just asking yourself the questions. Of course your mandatory participation is totally optional.
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If I didn't need to know the exact date, I would travel to the day and night before the dinosaur killing asteroid hit Earth.
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I'd go back to when I was 13, and tell myself it's OK to be completely and utterly myself and that I'm an awesome kid.
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May 2nd, 1996. The day after I graduated high school. I'd sit down and have a nice, long talk with my past self, give him some ideas on a different path to take in life. Back before it was too late to make the right choices.
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Pay attention to your nightly dreams over the next few days. That part of you when you were 19 is inside you. Perceived as different or separate. Embrace the younger you and come together, mergw... align your energies toward a brighter future. It is never too late. Let regret fall naturally away, if appropriate.
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I like what you're doing here. So long as you're careful, it could be a really good thing.

Bravo!
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Oh, and i suppose if i knew everyone else would be fine, I'd go back to when i almost drowned in a pool when i was about 6 years old.

I was just floating there near the bottom of the pool calmly, I'm told, not moving. I couldn't float up you see. Nobody had told me to hold my breath or how to swim, and you can't breathe underwater so easy, so i sank.

Knowing what i know now, i could have made the world a better place for myself and others.

But i think all things happen for a reason.
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I'd go back to when I was 13, and tell myself it's OK to be completely and utterly myself and that I'm an awesome kid.
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Imagine that
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Well, I'd say I'd go back to August of 1997 and tell myself not to make the mistake of getting back together with the man I got back together with, but I'm pretty sure I already did that (I definitely got the screamin' message then not to do it), and I didn't listen then, so going back again and reliving the insight without listening, again, only to be sitting here today writing this post...well, it's all a pretty circutous mind-fuck.

Lol, did that make sense?

Hard lesson learned, can't take it back, so I live with it...oh, but not him. He's out of my life by five years now.

Otherwise, I actually have no desire to go back to any time in history and, although going to a future date is totally intriguing, I can't make up my mind about what the best date to choose in the future would be...lol, what if I was off by one day, that one day I missed was the most pivotal of all time?


I hope I didn't hurt your brain with my post, lovey!


blwkss
 Quoting: cosmicgypsy


"What doesn't kill you makes you stronger"
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker



Of all the things you could've said...gawd, I just really dislike that saying. Phft, and in this case it's most likely that it's not true or applicable...harhar, unless you're not talking about me, and it's a reference to yourself after reading my post.

lolsign

At any rate, I enjoyed thinking about it all. Not all of the nine years with him was insufferable. There were some good times.

I especially enjoyed thinking about going into the future.

But, ya know what? At the end of all my thinking I realized that there's no day like today, eh?

I got to help someone out and put a smile on their face, so today was a good day, and I was exactly in the right place at the right time, where I was needed and meant to be.
 Quoting: cosmicgypsy


Now that's a true miracle. Feels awesome, doesn't it.
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Oh, and i suppose if i knew everyone else would be fine, I'd go back to when i almost drowned in a pool when i was about 6 years old.

I was just floating there near the bottom of the pool calmly, I'm told, not moving. I couldn't float up you see. Nobody had told me to hold my breath or how to swim, and you can't breathe underwater so easy, so i sank.

Knowing what i know now, i could have made the world a better place for myself and others.

But i think all things happen for a reason.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25678281


So knowing what you know now can you make the world a better place for yourself and others? Or have you already begun that?
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EASY, I'd travel a few days in time so I can get the winning powerball lottery numbers...maybe wait until it goes up a few hundred million.

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