There is something "in the air" these days and many people are feeling it. Countless people everywhere felt it months before 9/11. Now that feeling is back. A better understanding of this feeling may eventually provide warning about an upcoming explosive event in our future. For some readers this entire article will be a bit "out there." But that is just the nature of this subject. There is some repetition in this article to help the reader understand this intangible subject.
To explore this, let's first look at a few things which function
outside our 3D reality:
1. Thinking works without requiring physical form. While the brain
itself has physical form, It is based on electrical signals taking place
at the quantum level (a simple overview.)
2. Computers function by using electrical charges. A can opener
exists and operates under the laws of 3D reality. A computer is subject
to the laws of 3D reality for it to exist, just as our bodies are. However
- what goes on INSIDE a computer at the chip level happens outside of
time. Computation, processing and memory storage all take place at the
3. Any electrical device or object, even a simple flashlight, operates
at the quantum level.
Item (1) above is what we are concerned with. Shock to the population
caused by explosive, public destruction like the Boston Marathon event
or 9/11/2001 event sends out ripples forwards and backwards in time equal
amounts. After terrible public events occur everyone feels sorrow, fear
and even terror for quite some time. Strong emotions like fear and terror
generate waves of negative energy. These waves may be able to travel through
time outside of normal 3D space (more on this later.)
It may be possible to quantify the uneasy feeling people experience.
Quantifying the uneasy feeling is something we are still working on. Actual
amount of time in days, weeks or months can vary based on various factors.
Severity of negative energy rippled backward in time from a public
explosive event may be affected by:
a. Proportionate to the magnitude of a future event - i.e., size
of the explosion(s)
b. Number of casualties caused by a future event
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