Dear friends..

this question popped in my mind while watching "ancient aliens" on history channel. it said that the great "ALBERT EINSTEIN", used to travel through these time portals in order to get info for his upcoming inventions and discoveries. he used to travel through these time portals into the parallel universe where his invention was already made.

ok..let me give you all, a little more info about time portals..

""Time portals are doorways in time, employed in various fiction genres, especially science fiction and fantasy, to transport characters to the past or future.

They differ from time machines in being a permanent or semi-permanent fixture linking specific points in time, and thus are an especially useful plot device when the plot involves characters moving many times back and forth.

In the 1967 Star Trek episode "The City on the Edge of Forever", a temporarily deranged Dr. Leonard McCoy runs into a time portal, an ancient sentient stone-like ring which calls itself the Guardian of Forever, and is transported back to 1930's Depression-era Earth and history is changed as shown when the Enterprise disappears from orbit. Captain James T. Kirk and Mr. Spock follow through the time portal to set things right." so,these were few examples of it.

so, do these time portals actually exists ?

and if they do exist then, how can one travel through it?

have any of you ever, traveled through time portal? if yes..,then what techniques you used to do this?

waiting for the answers..thank you! thank you ! thank you :))

love,light and blessings ur way..

supergirl :))

asked 28 Jun '13, 05:52

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Darryl Anka ( Bashar) was a special effects designer in science fiction films such as star trek

(28 Jun '13, 06:33) jaz

@jaz -thts great

(28 Jun '13, 07:43) supergirl
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I was getting ready to say Einstein was a scientist not an inventor. But just to be sure I looked it up, he did actually invent a few things.

The Einstein refrigerator is very interesting, and there is a man in Oxford trying to revive it as marketable. No moving parts and no electricity, since it only needs a heat source I imagine it could be hooked up to a gas line like my stove. Quite interesting, he and a student of his invented it together.

Now for the time portholes I have heard of the areas where the lay lines meet, are used as these portholes. People meditate there and sometimes have experiences there of the past. Also I have read of frequency generators used in these locations to induce this time porthole to open. I need to look for you a link, unfortunately the IGOAS (International Guild Of Advanced Sciences) does not exist anyone. I used to be a member and receive their cataloge.

I found Gibbs!

There is a story of a cleaning woman in Gettysburg that took an elevator down to the basement of a building. When the doors opened she was back in time at the Civil War. There were lots of soldiers suffering and being operated on while screaming in pain. She did not get out but passed the button and went back up. When she finely got up the nerve to go back down it was present time to her an empty basement.


answered 28 Jun '13, 10:39

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Wade Casaldi

edited 28 Jun '13, 11:00

interesting story..,thanks for sharing.., the link is pretty interesting..HDR..

(29 Jun '13, 01:23) supergirl

Gibbs was big in the IGOAS. Time travel, and anti -gravity.

(29 Jun '13, 10:14) Wade Casaldi

But if you do travel through time, be aware something like this can happen to you!

This is a tribute to Emit Varlet, the inventor of Time Travel who died this time last year at the age of negative 137. You will be missed! Actually, you won’t be missed because of that whole time space continuum vortex thing that warps alternate universes when someone bends time, but the sentiment is still there.

Emit Varlet


answered 05 Dec '13, 12:05

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@supergirl what Einstein was doing is using is water to reflect on question and find how things relate to each other. what every one here on earth can do to different degree when they are not focusing only on the outside. when there is to much darkness people cannot see the water reflection properly. people that meditate with open eyes do this when they make thine eyes single.

Einstein was reflecting about the light. so of course it was easy for him to achieve good result since in the light there is no darkness.

if you cannot see it outside look at your self in a mirror the reflection of the light on the mirror is reflected back to you and you can see your self. turn of the light and look at your self in the mirror do you see your self as good as before?

all of this is also written in the bible. for those that have eyes to see and ears to hear.

Let there be light, be the light that you can be, experience and enjoy.


answered 05 Dec '13, 12:25

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white tiger

edited 05 Dec '13, 12:31

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