AMERICA: The Blog
AMERICA: The Blog
Oh, get over yourself! You know you're thinking it. Q just seems to know a little too much about X, Y and Z years before X, Y and Z actually happen. Hey! If the Simpsons can predict the future, why can't Q!?! LOL
We may as well talk about this because we're all thinking it: Q just seems to have the ability to know things before they happen. But is that possible!?!
If so, it should give us all an extra layer of calm and faith that "all will be well."
C'mon! Get your Conspiracy Theory on. It'll be fun. I promise.
Organic Time Travel
As I researched this article, it was natural for the line between simply viewing the future vs traveling into the future to become blurred. However, one detail about Time Travel became crystal clear: If someone goes all fame whore claiming to have time traveled, yeah, they probably have not.
Now that doesn't mean time travel doesn't exist. Quite the contrary!
Just today I heard a 1970s story about a gentleman who, like my Great-Grandfather Harold, was hit by lightning. My great-grandfather was horribly burned and then developed the cancer which eventually killed him. But the lucky gentleman in our story simply vanished.
After his family had frantically searched for him for sixty hours, he suddenly reappeared under a bush in his own garden, suffering from amnesia and wearing a different pair of trousers than the pair he was wearing when he disappeared.
Slowly his memory returned and he was able to retrace his steps during those missing sixty hours, only to discover that the doctor who treated him for shock and the trousers he was given to wear at the hospital were both from the 1950s.
That massive jolt of electricity had thrown him back twenty years in time.
Now that's what I'm talking about.
In another story, a man was toodling down a country road when a 1950s car with a lady in 1950s garb suddenly materialized out of thin air. She looked extremely confused as she stared at him before vanishing as quickly as she'd appeared.
I believe it's called a time shift. Time and space suffer a glitch. If it can happen organically in real life without outside interference just imagine what can happen if...
Tesla invented the first AC motor and if he'd had his way, you would all be getting your electrical energy for free through the air.
Tesla described how cell phone technology and television worked in 1926.
And he supposedly developed the "Death Ray" (particle beam weapon; directed energy weapon [DEW]) which our government obviously uses to explode enemy tanks in Iraq or selectively set fire to California, whichever serves their purpose at the moment.
But I digress.
In 1943 when Nikola Tesla passed away, the Office of Alien Property swooped in and stole everything...Tesla's notes, letters, diagrams, schematics, everything that should legally have gone to his nephew, Sava Kosanovic, the US government filched.
But they didn't have the knowledge to know what they had. The FBI needed someone techy-techy to go through all of Tesla's papers and report back to them supposedly to keep any weapon designs from falling into the wrong hands. After all, this was 1943 and World War II was in full swing.
And this is where things get really interesting.
They chose an MIT Electrical Engineering professor to review Tesla's papers. His name was Dr. John Trump.
That's right, President Donald John Trump's uncle was the first (and perhaps only) person to see all of Tesla's papers before they were classified and disappeared and he talked openly to his nephew about what he'd seen.
Do you have goosebumps yet? I do and we're just getting started!
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