1st Anon & 2nd Anon #crackpot #god-complex #magick boards.4channel.org

(1st Anon)
I once traveled back in time 4 years by meditating, then doing a tiny bit of DMT and just focusing really hard on it. There were side effects. Do you keep the short term memory from the future you or the past you? They are both accessible in a way, but they cannot coincide with eachother. I ended up repressing all memories from future-me after a few days, but sometimes they will bubble up to the surface. Moreso recently, I think I'm almost at the point where I did it last time.

The implications of being able to do this are fascinating to say the least. What else can I do?

so what happened to "you" from the Original timeline that you left behind??? whats the Soulless body left behind there Up to

That timeline doesn't exist anymore. The consciousness from that timeline is riding piggyback in my subconscious right now. I have to repress it if I want to stay sane.

(2nd Anon)
ok basically, all time exists at once, same with parallel worlds and stuff. it's all based on vibrations/frequencies in the same space, so as you "travel" through time your frequency is also changing. by channeling the frequency you were at in the past you can go back in a sense. you can go way beyond time travel or reality hopping (they're pretty related) but be careful because these spaces that are in other frequencies are beyond comprehension and all overlap each other in a way (even ours). machine elves can travel freely between them all, and nefarious entities live between certain ones and try to find "cracks" in ones conscious beings occupy (what we call demons)

the world's not physical at all btw. be careful about going back too often, you won't know which to latch onto and can occupy many parallel worlds at once and lose track of which one you're in. stuff like deja vu is like that, it's when two parallel worlds line up. and delusional paranoia is when many are intersecting



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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