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How So? There Is No Such Thing As NOW?!!

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 23, 2000 05:25:16 UTC

You wrote:
"The light we see is the light that is visual to us as of now?"


How so? there is no such thing as NOW as we know it... Everything we see or hear or do is "THEN" not "NOW".

Only ONE with the ability(s) to transport the self (not necessarily their physical bodies if applicable) beyond "future-past" and in to the FUTURE can speak of "NOW" and "THEN" and "FORE". One specific entity with special power(s), theoretically and believably is able to travel where light(s) is/are about to reach and travel from the same or from bygone "future-past" and from the "future-present" to the place where the light is to reach and be there or in all the places, where the light may reach, all at one time!! This is where we begin to tie in some facts about BlackHoles and WhiteHoles and what role they play in Time travel for our (mankind's)benefit. These phenomena are made for US!!! not for some joke or stunt or for magic or for some occasion of study!!! They do have a purpose as we see purpose in everything around us even if some observe the purposes in a shallow way!!!

Best Regards
Jisbond


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