The Ultimate Time Machine: A Remote Viewer’s Perception of Time, and Predictions for the New Millennium
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Joseph McMoneagle is an extraordinary remote viewer, a "psychic spy," whose experiences have given him a special insight into the nature of time and human perception. For more than seventeen years, he was a researcher and remote viewer for the top-secret Army project STARGATE. For years after that, he journeyed through time while working in a consciousness-development lab with out-of-body experience pioneer Robert A. Monroe.
McMoneagle explores the questions that philosophers have for centuries debated: Does time really exist? Do our actions today really affect our future? Can we change the past? Do we slip between alternate realities? In The Ultimate Time Machine, McMoneagle delivers new insights into these mysteries, including:
- First-hand information--including transcripts from lab sessions--on the origins of humanity, the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, and the building of the Egyptian pyramids.
- Provocative suggestions about the nature of time, creation, and a constantly changing past.
- A detailed picture of our immediate future through the year 2075.
- More than 150 very explicit predictions on world population, aging, religious fragmentation, lifestyle changes, technological developments, and dozens of major changes to laws, customs and practices--all within a positive and constructive framework.
- A vision of the year 3000, comprising a test of what the author calls the "Verne Effect"--our ability to create and manipulate our future.
colleague, geologist James Harrell of the University of Toledo in Ohio. Not only is the road earlier than we thought possible, we didn't even think they built roads. The researchers made an additional discovery in the quarry at the northern end of the road, the first evidence that the Egyptians used rock saws for cutting the basalt into blocks. This is the oldest example of saws being used for cutting stone, said archaeologist James K. Hoffmeier of Wheaton College in Illinois. That's two
all that can be known about it. But to set the record straight, here are some things we do know. Protocols Many people don't understand what the word "protocol" means. In spite of the fact that remote viewing should always be performed within an accepted scientific protocol, there are those who call themselves remote viewers even though they don't have a clue what a protocol is. According to Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Tenth Edition, a protocol is a "detailed plan of a
supplying those states with minimal drinking water supplies. By 2055, the North and South American continents will be crisscrossed with a significant number of fresh water supply pipelines, all running north and south. Also as a result of weather changes, hurricanes will become much more frequent and much more deadly. By 2025, the United States will be averaging twenty-five to thirty hurricanes a year. At least two of these will be killer storms. People will begin to abandon island living in the
viewer's perceptions and taint the process, causing them to give you what you want to hear. The only way you could process this target properly would be to place it within a target pool that has no large component of other targets of a similar nature. This means there could not be a lot of other asteroids, comets, planets, or UFOs within the target pool. The target pool would also have to be large enough to preclude any possible guessing on the part of an individual remote viewer. Targets would
matter. Teams of explorers have been literally "lost in space." The discovery and development of this new technology has opened a new chapter in human culture and evolution, which actually began as far back as our own time—the twenty-first century. But the history books of the future will tell us that because of our primitive and less-than-desirable behavior traits, no one wanted any formal contact with us beyond an acknowledgement of our existence. So formal contact did not take place until