Thursday, April 2, 2020
Emerging Global Need to Understand Time Travel
The global COVID-19 pandemic has brought into very sharp focus the need for all people to become far more away of time and how it works. Most people treat time as if it is a product of their immediate sensory environment - as if time were like the air you breathe in your lungs or the light you see in the sky. Time is treated as an immediate, sensory element. This horrible pandemic has caught most of the world by surprise. However, in retrospect, looking at various statistical models and graphs, you can literally watch the planet as it slowly starts to catch on fire with this disease. The disease moves in a sequential, linear fashion through time as country by country has succumbed to its grip.
Most people think starfish are essentially inanimate creatures, like barnacles, that live at the bottom of the ocean. True, you may occasionally catch one ever-so-slowly moving the tip of one of its arms, but its movements are rare. They look like mere objects - inflexible exoskeletons. I once watched a video of a group of starfish in the ocean that had been dramatically sped up in terms of time. The film is astonishing. Suddenly the true character of starfish comes to light. They create homes, fight for territory, mate, hang around in pairs and groups, and move around with great speed. They interact like living creatures that we know and understand - WITHIN OUR OWN CONCEPTION OF TIME.
COVID-19 needs to be viewed like these starfish.
If we stop regarding time like an element of our immediate environment, and we begin to view it as a mutable perception of our environment, then we begin to be able to make valid predictions AHEAD of the immediate environmental sensations. I have been making public predictions on my website, www.theskepticalpsychic.com, for over a decade. I then try to match them up with real-time events to see if they were accurate or not. I gather these predictions from various personal sources like visions, dreams, trends, intuition and shreds of logic and reality.
Ultimately, the practice of making predictions allows you to voluntarily SPEED UP TIME. It allows the person making the prediction to see beyond the immediate reality. Why does humanity insist on only reacting at the very last minute to threats within its immediate zone of sensory perception? We, as a global species, have responded in this very poor fashion to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is not merely a question of ignoring issues in favor of making quicker profits or poor government oversight, it is a problem of trusting our innate ability to perceive beyond the normal boundaries of time.
To make my point a bit more clear, allow me to explain how I personally responded to this crisis.
In late November and early December, 2019, I remember I began tidying up all the loose ends in my life. I didn't know why. I've never done that before. I didn't question my desire to do so. It was just intuitive. I made all my necessary doctors appointments, both regular and also for all the various surgeries and dental procedures I could anticipate as being necessary within a year.
Starting in October, 2019, I told my husband we should sell our house. Nothing urgent. Just a feeling it was time to move. So we spent November, December, and January preparing to put the house on the market. We packed our stuff, reorganized our storage rooms, eliminated clutter, painted rooms, repaired plumbing and electrical issues, sold unwanted stuff, and so on.
I spoke, for the first time, with my grown children, at the Christmas dinner table on December 25, 2019, about my mortality and death. We shared lots of much deeper thoughts and emotions as a family than we had ever done before. I knew I would be turning 65 in March, 2020, so perhaps there was some underlying anxiety about officially becoming a senior citizen, but why focus on death?
On December 31, China confirmed it was treating dozens of cases of a new virus. The news unsettled me. Less than two weeks later, China announced the first known death associated with this new virus. On January 21, the first known case of COVID-19 was identified in a man in the State of Washington upon returning from China. Two days later, on January 23, China quickly initiated the large national quarantine in history.
I immediately started making several trips to the local grocery stores, office supply stores, home repair stores, and pharmacies, and began slowly stocking up on supplies. I was not hoarding. I did not grab more than my fair share of anything. But I began buying extra toilet paper (now a precious commodity only a couple of months later that no one can find), paper towels, laundry detergent, bleach, disinfectants, acetaminophen, dry foods like grains, and frozen foods. Every week I stocked up more. I anticipated needing a minimum of a two month supply of everything. I sent a "care package" to my son, a college student in Washington, DC, giving him a list of things to stock up on, and included a new thermometer, nut snacks, nitrile gloves, and a mask, since he is immunologically-challenged and was planning on flying for spring break to Miami in the first week of March - refusing to heed my advice and cancel it. I called my daughter in New York City, and told her stock up on supplies.
My point is - that by the third week in January I was preparing for what I KNEW would be a catastrophic pandemic in the United States within a month or so. It boggles my mind that few if any Americans seem to have figured out the impending disaster at the same time I, an ordinary citizen, figured it out. Today, I am living in the epicenter of the world's worst COVID-19 disaster area - New Jersey, just a half hour outside New York City. Everyone in New Jersey, with its population of 8.9 million people and the most densely populated of all of the 50 American states, was given a "Shelter-in-Place" mandate on March 21. I had been staying "sheltered" in my home and not going outside except three times for groceries FOR TWO MONTHS prior to this!
So, how did I know this?
First, logically-speaking, I had never seen a country - particularly one as large as China - quarantine a massive and economically valuable territory such as the Wuhan territory. To me, that was an instantaneous clue that something had gone horribly and secretly wrong. I am quite certain COVID-19 is a biological warfare weapon that was either experimentally or accidentally deployed. That seemed clear and obvious at that time.
Second, why quarantine unless the virus is so massively contagious that travel restrictions were the only possible way to contain it. That gave more clues: 1) there is no current treatment and 2) it will easily escape territorial boundaries and migrate around the world in very little time.
Three, our politicians encouraged Americans not to worry about the few isolated cases in Washington State. I knew this was the beginning of the American epidemic. It was obvious.
These "logical" clues were made by trending out what is obvious. They further cemented my purely "intuitive" sense of impending doom and disaster based on nothing rational at all but which was altering my decision-making.
My job is to see the future. My job is to "play" with time. I don't live 100 percent in the Present. My consciousness is always "trending" out and extending into the Future all realities of the Present Time. It is a little bit like having glasses to correct near-sightedness. What appears either non-existent or unidentifiable to others, appears to me with great certainty and clarity. It is a combination of intuition and logic. Trust is essential.
I was very moved when Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease and top adviser to President Trump, told people in March, that the Shelter-in-Place rules were essential because - I wish I had his exact words here - we are not dealing in normal Time. In other words, what we see today, in terms of the spread of the disease, is actually two weeks in the Past. Why? Because the COVID-19 virus has a 14 day lag time before symptoms begin to manifest. That means we can be walking around without any symptoms, infecting lots of other people and spreading the disease, without any consequences until two weeks later.
Essentially, Dr. Fauci was the first public official I have ever heard in my life, try to tell the American public about Time Travel.
I knew he was 100 percent correct. He had explained the time issue correctly. Our Present reality is actually our Past reality. We need to learn how to get nimble and quick when reacting to certain small clues in our Present which indicate we may be existing in a different time zone. Let this be an important lesson to all of us.