TIME AND TRANSCENDENCE
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
One of the weirder aspects of quantum mechanics could be explained by an equally weird idea in that causation can run backwards in time as well as forwards.
What Einstein called “spooky” action at a distance could theoretically be evidence of retro causality, which is the particle equivalent of you getting a stomach ache today thanks to tomorrow’s bad lunch.
A pair of physicists from the US and Canada took a closer look at some basic assumptions in quantum theory and decided unless we discovered time necessarily ran one way, measurements made to a particle could echo back in time as well as forward.
We all know quantum mechanics is weird. And part of that weirdness comes down to the fact that at a fundamental level, particles don’t act like solid billiard balls rolling down a table, but rather like a blurry cloud of possibilities shifting around the room.
This blurry cloud comes into sharp focus when we try to measure particles, meaning we can only ever see a white ball hitting a black one into the corner pocket, and never countless white balls hitting black balls into every pocket.
There is an argument among physicists over whether that cloud of maybes represents something real, or if it’s just a convenient representation.
In the realm of fringe analytics there are a whole lot of maybes and coincidences that should never be ignored – even when they sound outrageous.
A recently rediscovered audio file from the year 1945 perfectly described our recent times. The stunning 2 and a half minute radio broadcast stated that by 2045, man would reach other heavenly bodies including Mars. The man also predicted the use of gadgets like smart watches and CCTV cameras.
The broadcast is not dated and ApexTV claims that the broadcast came from England. The broadcast was probably aired right after World War II and at the early days of the atomic age. The disturbing part of the man’s announcement is the erosion or dissolution of the right to privacy.
The man on the tape could have made a lucky guess but I am a sucker for time travel and prophecy, especially when it has that paranormal vibe to it and how it leads you down roads that are further beyond.
In modern conspiracy theory, there is this notion of predictive programming. We talk about this all the time as it seems to be a pervasive way to approximate or otherwise forestructure the future in some way.
It is proposed through what is called, Revelation of the Method, that we are warned or are being prepared to accept certain ideas, memes or ideology. We see in film and TV shows many things that eventually come to pass and when they do we wonder about the theory of retrocausality and real time travel.
Time travel is a fantastical concept that most would consider the stuff of science-fiction. While the idea that someone can journey through time and change the course of history is terrifyingly tantalizing, it’s simply just not thought to be possible.
But what if it is –and what of there have been those with insight that have been able to see the future or have come from the future to let us know through science fiction that time travel is possible and that it has happened from time to time – or time after time.
As you well may know, when I am finished with my radio show, I stay up late and watch some mindless TV. Summer TV watching is pretty dull, and so I am glad that I have a subscription to Netflix and various movies I can watch.
For some reason I decided to watch a George Clooney film called, Tomorrowland.
There was a part of the film that I forgot even existed and that was a part that discussed a secret society called Plus Ultra.
According to the fictional history created for the film, Gustave Eiffel met Jules Verne and Thomas Edison at his Tower apartment to start a secret society of optimists. Plus Ultra was founded at the 1889 World’s Fair in Paris, France. The organization’s purpose is to create, moderate and expand upon new scientific advancements for humanity. Key members of Plus Ultra included Ray Bradbury, Amelia Earhart, Mark Twain, Nikola Tesla, and other key scientific figures. Walt Disney was also a member of Plus Ultra.
Can it be this so-called “fiction” has some truth to it?
Further, we learn that according to this detailed fiction that the Tomorrowland ’59 expansion at Disneyland was actually about training future society members for the journey to an alternate-universe, having been found (or developed) by Plus Ultra. The blueprints for the expansion held key technologies that enabled the journey, including Supra Transport.
Key VIPs who were encouraged to join Plus Ultra were given a special VIP audio tour of World’s Fair attractions, such as Ford’s Magic Skyway, and It’s a Small World. For those that couldn’t attend the fair, a double-grooved LP was given with the details.
Walt Disney’s, It’s a Small World attraction at the Pepsi-Cola Pavilion at the 1964 New York World’s Fair contained a portal to Tomorrowland.
In reality, Disney had a secret place near the Pirates of the Caribbean Ride at his theme park called Club 33. As a private club, 33 is not accessible to the public, and it’s for exclusive use of its members and is the only location at Disneyland serving alcohol.
To enter Club 33, a guest must press a buzzer on an intercom concealed by a hidden panel in the doorway.
As a youth, Walt Disney had been a member of the Masonic Demolay Society and so many believe that the 33 is related to the 33rd degree of Scottish Rite Masonry.
So a fictional secret society that has a dimensional secret breakaway civilization called Plus Ultra rings a few conspiracy theory bells.
Plus Ultra is Latin for “Further Beyond.”
Now, I need for you to remember the words Plus Ultra because they will be the two words that will connect the dots in this journey of Phenomenology.
When I was young I was most impressed with the film ‘Time after Time’ which was a fictional account of H.G. Wells displaying a prototype Time Machine in the 1800’s. At a dinner party a man who is secretly Jack the Ripper actually uses the machine to go ahead into the future. Wells uses the machine to find Jack the Ripper in the future. A replica of the machine is displayed in a museum located in San Francisco. The film does a great job in trying to convince the audience that H.G. Wells was a time traveler.
The film ends with a caption that reads:
“H.G. Wells married Amy Catherine Robbins, who died in 1927. As a writer, he anticipated Socialism, global war, space travel, and Women’s Liberation. He died in 1946.”
H.G. Wells also claimed that as a Fabian Socialist, he was part of the open conspiracy to establish a future World Order.
He wrote a book published in 1940 entitled, The New World Order. The book addressed the ideal of a world without war in which law and order emanated from a globalist government with a charismatic leader.
Prior to that book, Wells wrote, “The Shape of Things to Come “ an eerily prophetic book as it gave the world a dose of predictive programming with a story dealing with new technologies, a world war predicted to start in 1940, and the world brought into a new order by a criminal dictator who fortifies the war machine. The plot actually approximated the arrival of the Nazis and World War II.
He wrote in several of his books that the mission of the shadow government was to create a New World Order that would replace world religion and world government. He stated that it all would be replaced by collectivism. He stated that collectivism would kill religion by replacing it as the new religion and philosophy.
Wells certainly was a visionary. Whether or not he was a Time Traveler is a compelling argument.
History and theory has demonstrated that Wells had an American counterpart who was none other than Nikolai Tesla.
Nikola Tesla is considered one of the most innovative and mysterious men who ever lived. Tesla’s inventions went far beyond electricity. He made groundbreaking discoveries such as wireless radio communications, turbine engines, and helicopters (although it was Da Vinci who first had the idea.) He was also the inventor of fluorescent and neon lights, torpedoes and the X-ray among other innovations.
By the time of his death, Tesla held nearly 700 worldwide patents.
A few days after Tesla died on January 8th, 1943, his possessions were seized by officials from the amazingly-named government Office of Alien Property. About 3 weeks after that, all of Tesla’s things and documents were given a thorough examination by a group of FBI agents that included none other than John G. Trump, the uncle of President Trump.
Trump’s uncle was, by all accounts, a very accomplished and intelligent man, an M.I.T. Professor of Engineering, who helped design X-ray machines for cancer patients and did radar research work for the army during World War II.
John G. Trump’s analysis of Tesla’s papers concluded that:
Tesla’s “thoughts and efforts during at least the past 15 years were primarily of a speculative, philosophical, and somewhat promotional character,” but “did not include new, sound, workable principles or methods for realizing such results.”
Donald Trump once referred to his Uncle, invoking John Trump’s intelligence as a sort of voucher for his own genetic and historical pedigree.
Trump said in one interview, according to the New Yorker magazine that “My uncle used to tell me about nuclear before nuclear was nuclear.”
This would likely be referring to hydrogen bombs rather than the first nuclear bombs as Trump was born in 1946, after the Atomic Age was already upon us.
Trump also recalled to the Times how his uncle “would tell him many years ago about the power of weapons someday, that the destructive force of these weapons would be so massive, that it’s going to be a scary world.” Trump often sites his uncle’s genius as a way to solidify a pedigree of intelligence handed down generation after generation.
The question that has been raised is what exactly did Donald Trump’s uncle find in the papers that were confiscated in 1943?
On March 13th, 1895 a reporter filed a story about how he came upon Tesla at a café all shaken. The reporter claimed that Tesla told him that during one of his experiments he was struck by a powerful magnetic charge and that he was able to see into the past present and future.
He claimed that he was in an energy filed experiencing this simultaneously – he could not leave until an assistant came in and turned off the current.
Now, at the same time as this experiment was happening there was a writer who lived in the same era named Ingersol Lockwood.
Lockwood is the author of many books but one that has raised some eyebrows is a book entitled, “Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey” and another called “1900: or, The Last President.”
Both of the books are archived by the Library of Congress and can be read in full on Archive.org. Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey was published in 1893 and 1900: or, The Last President came out a few years later. According to the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, Lockwood penned at least one other book about the Baron Trump character, The Travels and Adventures of Little Baron Trump and His Wonderful Dog Bulgar, which was published in 1890.
A July 2017 article in Newsweek noted several weird coincidences in the book, such a Baron’s trips to Russia, a character named “Don,” and a “Fifth Avenue Hotel” in New York City, where Trump Tower currently stands.
I would say that they are pretty basic and bizarre coincidences to the names and circumstances with our current President.
The main character’s name is the same as President Donald Trump’s son, albeit spelled differently. Trump’s adventures begin in Russia, and are guided thanks to directions provided by “the master of all masters,” a man named “Don.”
Before leaving for his voyage through the unknown, Trump is told of his family’s motto: “The pathway to glory is strewn with pitfalls and dangers.”
But by Lockwood’s third novel, The Last President, things become even more eerily linked to the present day. The story begins with a scene from a panicked New York City in early November, describing a “state of uproar” after the election of an enormously opposed outsider candidate.
“The entire East Side is in a state of uproar,” police officers shouted through the streets, warning city folk to stay indoors for the night. “Mobs of vast size are organizing under the lead of anarchists and socialists, and threaten to plunder and despoil the houses of the rich who have wronged and oppressed them for so many years.”
“The Fifth Avenue Hotel will be the first to feel the fury of the mob,” the novel continues, citing an address in New York City where Trump Tower now stands. “Would the troops be there in time to save it?”
By the way Trump Tower is located on 725 5th Ave, in New York.
This has made a number of people question about whether or not John Trump may have secretly stolen secret documents revealing Tesla’s time travel experiments.
Now of course this all sounds like fiction; however, the truth seems to be stranger than any fiction and paints a picture of a President that may have some knowledge about temporal transcendence.
Now let me take you back to that Disney movie called, Tomorrowland and that fictional secret society called Plus Ultra.
According to the film Plus Ultra comprised of the greatest minds throughout history.
PLUS ULTRA was founded by Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison, Gustave Eiffel, and H.G. Wells in a legendary meeting at the top of the Eiffel Tower during the 1889 “Exposition Universelle” World’s Fair.
All of the men in this so-called fictional secret society were time travelers. They abandoned this world only to return again in different forms.
However, where the fiction ends is where truth can be told.
Mara Lago is a Florida resort that has been considered the second home to President Trump. It used to be that Camp David was the retreat for all Presidents, but of course Trump and his family go there and he has also hosted other world leaders at the resort.
It is there that Donald Trump is called the King.
Plus Ultra is actually inscribed on many of the tiles located at The Mara Lago resort in Florida.
Plus Ultra means Further Beyond and was also inscribed as a warning on the Pillars of Hercules at the Strait of Gibraltar, which marked the edge of the known world. Meaning whatever is beyond is unknown and lost in time.
Coincidentally, it was reported that a recent video has turned up where Stanley Kubrick director of “2001: A Space Odyssey” describes to another filmmaker the meaning of the ending scene in the film.
In the video, you hear what is supposed to be Kubrick explaining the scene where the old man is laying in a bed in an old style room.
Kubrick allegedly is describing a very profound idea of an old man in a posh setting that realizes his time is up and he is then sent through time by god like entities that put him in a sort of holding area, which he describes as a fake French hotel room before they send him through time again.
Kubrick allegedly says : The idea was supposed to be that he is taken in by god-like entities, creatures of pure energy and intelligence with no shape or form. They put him in what I suppose you could describe as a human zoo to study him, and his whole life passes from that point on in that room. And he has no sense of time. It just seems to happen as it does in the film.
They choose this room, which is a very inaccurate replica of French architecture (deliberately so, inaccurate) because one was suggesting that they had some idea of something that he might think was pretty, but wasn’t quite sure.
Just as we’re not quite sure what do in zoos with animals to try to give them what we think is their natural environment.
Anyway, when they get finished with him, as happens in so many myths of all cultures in the world, he is transformed into some kind of super being and sent back to Earth, transformed and made into some sort of superman. We have to only guess what happens when he goes back. It is the pattern of a great deal of mythology, and that is what we were trying to suggest.
Was he trying to portray a story of an old man in a posh hotel waiting to be sent backward or forward in time to be a king or a great leader — would this be yet another metaphor that would indicate there may be a secret society of Plus Ultra?
Kubrick has always been a storm crow of sorts as his films have always tried to unveil secret machinations of the elite and their secret societies. His films range from exposing mind control to secret societal sex rings and criminality.
Did Kubrick know something about time travel and the idea for a real version of Plus Ultra?
In Jungian terminology, we may want to call out some of what can be termed acausality as the whole idea of synchronistic events is part of the hypothesis of assumption and intent of what the film was trying to reveal.
Acausality is defined as the ability to exist outside of causality, or the natural flow of manipulating cause and effect. In fact the films I mentioned could all be acausal manipulations or they all can be very vital revelations of the method.
While the idea is entertaining and bizarre , once again we can split the difference and make a good argument for apophenia, or patternicity — we also can see some strange acausality — it can be far more complex than any conspiracy theory.
Since the attacks of September 11th, there have been conspiracy theories of all kinds that have emerged that talk about “inside jobs” “complacency” and missing planes.
However, there is one theory that seldom is brought up in conspiracy circles and that is the idea that the attacks of 9/11 were part of a magic ritual that allowed time to virtually stop and loop in a virtual Mobius strip.
This is why collective memory is now flawed and the Mandela Effect is now a term used to describe this effect of fading timelines in a multiversity of various outcomes.
This could be why we seem to forget significant events or why we accept a narrative that produces no facts. It seems that in our minds, something has stopped one program of linear time and has inserted a new program in its place.
The National 9/11 Memorial and Museum opened to the public May 21st, 2014.
Inscribed on the walls of the memorial is a curious quote from Virgil’s “Aeneid.” The quote “No day shall erase you from the memory of time.”
Years before the 9/11 attacks on the United States, there were many people outside of the mainstream news that warned those who would listen what was going to happen. People tuned out. There were several TV shows and movies that predicted the Twin Towers destruction – it was as if there was an acausal echo from further beyond.
Time is one of those strange things that we take for granted.
With all of the talk about time travel, antimatter, electromagnetic vortices and opening doorways to allow beings to come through that we can train to carry out our wars, I worry that perhaps we are crossing these borders of time without a thought or care about what it does to the multiverse.
If there is a multiverse we can conclude that the quantum entanglement is probably not good for our world and that we are seeing the results of temporal tinkering as disastrous.
The idea of re-synchronizing or restructuring an era is not new. It is just that now in this epoch, we are seeing events that have literally stopped our progression. The collective consciousness of this planet has gone into full post traumatic shock. We are not moving forward in our evolution or our transcendence.
The future is altering the past and the rest is being observed by those who feel that they are not living in the same timeline as they did years before. Is it because time travel is real, or is it the result of future shock where trauma is manipulating our position in the known universe?