Quantum Theory Predicts That The Future Could Be Influencing The Past
Since I'm an evil person hired by the CIA and the little big-headed green dudes from planet Cetelem, I've decided to give you a helluva migraine and mess up with your ego with the mind-blowing article below. Seriously, it was such a pain in the mind to translate into French but it turned into some kind of ectasy when I finally managed to shut up my mind to embrace the whole thing from a different level of awareness and... wow! I know, it all sounds very abstract, but we're bound to go in circles when trying to explain something our mind hasn't been programmed to understand, besides with our ego being upset by such a complete upheaval in its reference points and will be prompt to censor and disagree with. Please, do not consider my words as some kind of demonstration of “superiority” (judgment = ego), but rather as a lame and hazardous attempt to trigger some awareness in those open to receive it. If you don't, it won't be because you're stupid or insufficiently educated (do I have a PhD in astrophysics?) but simply because you're not ready yet. It will come in due time. Let's stop testing our smarts against each others.
In my own experience, the whole idea of time-travelling has always triggered some rejection in me, referring to scifi movies too far-fetched in my opinion, which somehow had a reassuring effect in that it provides a false sense of relief as if there was no way such things could ever happen in our reality. However, as far as I can remember, but with strong mental repression (it's funny how easy event memory can fade completely whereas what I would call “quantum memory” — for lack of proper word — persists even through collective amnesia), I have always “known”. Except, you see people who “know” not only upset other people's egos but are considered a threat to the status quo. So you convince everyone that whatever deviates from the norm is to be regarded is madness and sometimes you even manage to convince those who think otherwise that they are actually crazy by harassing, medicating or lobotomising them. When it fails to work because they're growing in numbers and consistence, providing admissible evidence (let's reflect on what or who makes evidence admissible), you point them as evil manipulators, conspiracy theorists, fake-newsers, pseudo-scientifics, quacks... Propaganda propaganda. Never mind, it's time to make up your minds and whether or not you're being misled, either way you will have to bear the consequences of your choice. And should you choose not to choose, to remain “neutral”, it's still a choice known as denial. Denial is refusing to use your power of discernment.
In this sense, the article below as you should perceive if you cannot fully grasp it with your mind, offers exciting prospects in regard to our creative power hence our responsibility. We have the ability to change our timelines. Incidentally, a couple of months ago I came across an article explaining how changes in our timelines resulted sometimes in deep-seated memories being invalidated by new encoded timelines. Unfortunately I lost the link which is a piy as it provided a good complement to the one below while being equally upsetting to our poor minds.
In the meantime, don't pressure yourself too much, try read through this piece and it should eventually sink in somehow. At the right time, you'll have some kind of epiphay and think “yes, of course, that is... wow!”
Physicist and Nobel laureate Richard Feynman once said, “We choose to examine a phenomenon which is impossible, absolutely impossible, to explain in any classical way, and which has in it the heart of quantum mechanics. In reality, it contains the only mystery.”
And it’s true. Multiple theories, such as quantum entanglement, have exited the theoretical realm and been confirmed within the mainstream. Even browsing through some previously classified documents in the CIA’s electronic reading room, you can see how Black Budget science confirmed some of these topics decades ago, yet we never heard about it through the mainstream. Here is a prime example of a document on quantum entanglement. From this document we can see that its existence was confirmed decades ago.
What’s also interesting about that document is that it discusses telepathy, a phenomenon directly related to and made possible by discoveries within quantum physics. “Parapsychology” pr “Psi” and quantum physics go hand in hand.
Now, a recent paper, published in Proceedings of The Royal Society A, supports the argument that quantum theory must be “retrocausal,”or that an effect can occur before its cause.
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