Timeshift: Did Reality Reset After 911?
Many thousands of people feel something happened to the timeline after 911. They sense the world embarked upon a path it was not meant to travel. Did the global shock wave of the terrorist attacks affect the mass consciousness? Did it cause a discernable rift in the timeline and set the world spinning onto a dangerous new path?
Reality may have been pushed into another timeline affecting the future and changing some of the recent past. Ongoing research and anecdotal evidence seems to support the possibility that reality did reset. And no matter how mad it seems, humanity may have been thrust into a different reality with no possibility of ever finding the way back home…
A poster on the Above Top Secret (ATS) forum raised an issue that has been bothering many people. Some who are uneasy about what’s happened do not speak up for fear of being labeled kooks, or even thought to be mentally ill. But many people are experiencing the same reality shift and when discussing it among friends or family members discover that others also remember distinct details of a subtlely different past.
The poster, “tpg65,” posted this about timeslips and timeshifts:
With all the recent threads regarding timeslips or timeline changes and literally hundreds of ATS members reporting anomalies with time, I think it is about time that the subject be given some serious study.
Here are some of the most common anomalies reported by ATS members.
1) Celebrities who were once dead but are now alive.
2) Changes in recent historical events.
3) Changes in movies, books, etc.
4) Changes in the location of or sudden appearance of buildings, roads, etc.
5) Changes in location of landmasses.
Think back on certain events where the details are indelibly embedded in the mind. Compare notes with others. Some will recall (often with astonishment) the exact same details while others have no recollection of such an event.
How can this be?
Research into the holistic mind of cognitive consciousness is revealing that the mind is not merely inter-dimensional and inter-spatial, but also multi-universal. The mind is contained in a biochemical computer, but operates at the quantum level. [See: The quantum brain, parallel worlds and time shifts]
Physics experiments have shown that the quanta, the underlying foundation of existence and reality, affects the mind. That is remarkable, but even more astounding is the mind affects the quanta and affects the information the quanta carries.
In effect, the universe downloads into aware minds and the mind uploads into reality, affecting the very nature of the multiverse in significant but unknown ways.
The mind is also anchored to this universe. But when an incident occurs where that anchor is unseated, that mind may slip into another reality, another multiverse, before the anchor is seated again. Some may recall parts of the old reality, like vestiges of a previous imprint, while others have no recollection of what was at all.
That is a multiverse jump. It’s not a timeshift or a timeslip; it’s a universe shift traveling along quantum entanglement.
Recent experiments have shown that quantum entanglement might even jump across the so-called “time barrier.” [See: Quantum entanglement might cross ‘time barrier’]
Remarkable experiments were conducted by the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) lab from 1979 until 2007. The work stirred up huge controversy in the field of human consciousness.
Using a random number generator, the scientists tracked what they identified as a “group consciousness.” The data, harvested by Random Event Generators (REG) and charted on graphs, had a tendency to spike just before an incident occurred that had worldwide impact on the psyches of the global population.
PEAR strived to achieve what the researchers called “a state of resonance” and they claimed the data presented “a consistent empirical indication in the presence of groups of people engaged in shared cognitive or emotional activity” [Field REG II: Consciousness field effects: Replications and explorations, Journal of Scientific Exploration]