Kenneth Schmitt #ufo #magick #dunning-kruger

We have heard about a new form of time, called crystalline time. What is it, how does it affect us and how do we realize it? In Euclidian geometry, time is independent of space, but in in crystalline time, space and time are connected equally. In 2012 physicists theorized that we can create time crystals, and in 2018 they were successful. These are four-, five- or six-dimensional experiences with three dimensions in space and one, two or three dimensions in time. Like physical crystals, time crystals have a repeating structure, but it can change over time without affecting the laws of nature. It needs no energy input to function.

Like living in a time crystal, our experience is becoming more than three-dimensional in hyperbolic geometry. We all can share awareness of the present moment, while keeping our physical presence wherever we are. This present moment can translate into any present moment, without changing our physical location. We can change our time coordinates without changing our space coordinates. We can be present in awareness at any imagined moment, while also being present in our current space, and we can also stay in our present moment, while translating into a different space. It is a method of time travel without affecting the laws of thermodynamics.

With the positive, high-frequency neutrinos that are enveloping and interpenetrating our physical presence, we can move into crystalline time, in which the molecules of our bodies are translated into a symmetrical arrangement and can be translated in time without affecting the laws of nature. We are becoming crystalline through the rearrangement of the molecules of our bodies, enabling us to move in translation of time without affecting the functioning of our bodies, except that we become ageless. Our constituent parts become hyper-radiant, like super-conductors, providing a crystalline presence that draws other entities into alignment with us.



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