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Incredible! Car Photographed 100 Years Before Produced & Other Cases of 'Time Slip'!

According to great scientists such as Albert Einstein, time is not as stable as most of us think. A...

According to great scientists such as Albert Einstein, time is not as stable as most of us think. As humans we’re adjusted to time and our evolution has established tricks to allow our conscious minds to deal with it but in reality it’s a slippery concept. 

Time slips occur when a current time (now) interlaces with a previous time (then) and can be experienced by the person from the more recent time. However, the event is usually unnoticed by the people from the earlier time. What is the evidence for this phenomenon?

Well, plenty if you know where to look. In fact it's so common that we've even built it into the English language. We’ll explain. When a time slip occurs people in both realities are able to experience the alternative reality.
Still, according to most accounts, this usually lasts for only a few seconds and the human brain does its best to filter out these anomalies. This has given rise to expressions such as “I could have sworn that I've just seen” or “my eyes must be playing tricks on me” or even “you won’t believe what I just saw”. Over the years people have claimed that they've seen old airplanes parked in fields that were once airports or roman soldiers marching down their road. 

In almost all cases the person experiencing the time slip blinks, looks again and is startled to find that whatever they saw has now vanished. However, photography has captured these anomalies from the time that the camera was first invented. In fact, the longer exposure times of early cameras have revealed more than the modern “instant” versions do but there are still oddities such as the image captured on Google Earth that clearly shows a World War Two bomber flying over Britain. Is this a time slip or just the folks at Google having a laugh?  Perhaps it’s a reconstruction from an air show?

Not all time slips are brief and there have been occasions when people have entered a room and been startled to find that they are in a completely different time. One case was recorded by Mr Archie “Racer” Carmichael who was driving from Birmingham to London in 1953 when he stopped for a drink in a Cotswold village near Borton-on-the-Water.

He parked his Austin-Healy 100/4 outside the local pub and entered for a drink. He was shocked when the he found the people inside the bar looked as if they were from an earlier century. His attempts to communicate were ignored and after a few minutes the scene dissolved and Archie found himself being asked if he was alright by a worried looking barman. It seems that he thought he had seen ghosts but was probably experiencing a time slip.

Alexander: About 15+ years ago, I was reading all the - so called - paranormal magazines that I could get my hands on. Together with a friend we've had a pretty impressive collection of magazines and newspapers dealing with mysteries, UFOs, ghosts, etc.I've read tens of stories about 'time-travelers'. I remember two in particular, but unfortunately without names or traceable details, and of course, I cannot guarantee their authenticity..

A man drove with his wife and daughter to a nearby postal office, with the intention to send a postcard to someone. The husband parked the car and while he was walking down the street towards the postal office, his wife and daughter witnessed him disappearing and reappearing about five minutes later.

The man was convinced that he traveled about 100 years back in time. Instead of the postal office, there was a stationery (paper shop). He even came back with few sheets of 'waxed' paper, the common writing paper of those times.

The second story is about 2 students who enjoyed spending time in a cemetery, studying Latin writings from ancient graves and other interesting monuments found there.

One day, while they were translating a text from inside a crypt, one of them disappeared in front of the other one's eyes. The second student looked for his friend in vain; later, he ran to the police and told them that his friend simply disappeared. The policemen did not believe him and thought that he murdered his friend and hid his body somewhere in the cemetery. So they went there looking for the missing student or signs of his murder. They found nothing, and because there was no proof to support the murder theory, the young man was not arrested.

Some time later, the student decided to go and take another look at the crypt where his friend vanished and while he was looking around he found a writing underneath the one they were studying. It was from his friend, who traveled back in time and was not able to come back.

Of course, the student ran to the police once again and just like the first time they did not believed him. They thought that he was the one who wrote the message, in order to support his theory. But the writing looked to be ancient, which puzzled the policemen even more. So they asked a specialist to come and date the writing, and the results were bone chilling. The student was telling the truth.


Further, I will share with you three of the more notorious cases of 'time slips'.

The Victor Goddard Time-Slip Case

Victor Goddard, who is known in Great Britain as the father of the Royal Air Force, evidently had an experience with a time slip. This man was known to be a genuine gentleman and as honest as they come, yet in 1935 he experienced a phenomena that he was unable to explain. 

"In 1935, Air Marshal Sir Victor Goddard of the British Royal Air Force had a harrowing experience in his Hawker Hart biplane. Goddard was a Wing Commander at the time and while on a flight from Edinburgh, Scotland to his home base in Andover, England, he decided to fly over an abandoned airfield at Drem, not far from Edinburgh. The useless airfield was overgrown with foliage, the hangars were falling apart and cows grazed where planes were once parked. Goddard then continued his flight to Andover, but encountered a bizarre storm. In the high winds of the storm's strange brown-yellow clouds, he lost control of his plane, which began to spiral toward the ground.

Narrowly averting a crash, Goddard found that his plane was heading back toward Drem. As he approached the old airfield, the storm suddenly vanished and Goddard's plane was now flying in brilliant sunshine. This time, as he flew over the Drem airfield, it looked completely different. The hangars looked like new. There were four airplanes on the ground: three were familiar biplanes, but painted in an unfamiliar yellow; the fourth was a monoplane, which the RAF had none of in 1935. The mechanics were dressed in blue overalls, which Goddard thought odd since all RAF mechanics dressed in brown overalls.

Strange, too, that none of the mechanics seemed to notice him fly over. Leaving the area, he again encountered the storm, but managed to make his way back to Andover. It wasn't until 1939 that that the RAF began to paint their planes yellow, enlisted a monoplane of the type that Goddard saw, and the mechanics uniforms were switched to blue."

Goddard somehow flew four years into the future and then returned to his own time in a matter of hours. What make this story really strange is that 16 years earlier, Goddard had another paranormal event in his life.
This photo was taken in 1919 and was published in 1975 by Sir Victor Goddard. The photo is a group portrait of Goddard's squadron, which had served in World War I aboard the HMS Daedalus. An extra ghostly face appears in the photo. In back of the airman positioned on the top row, fourth from the left, can be seen the face of another man.

It is said to be the face of Freddy Jackson, an air mechanic who had been accidentally killed by an airplane propeller two days earlier. His funeral had taken place on the day this photograph was snapped. Members of the squadron easily recognized the face as Jackson's. It has been suggested that Jackson, unaware of his death, decided to show up for the group photo.

'The Time Traveler' Picture

An intriguing photograph from the 1940s showing a man in modern clothing has been doing the rounds on the web. The photograph shows a crowd of people at the reopening of the South Fork Bridge in British Columbia, one of the people there however is wearing shades, a modern looking top and has a portable camera.
The man with what appears to be very modern sunglasses seems to be wearing a stamped T-shirt with a nice sweater, all the while holding a portable compact camera!

Charlie Chaplin's 'Time Traveler Talking on a Mobile Phone'

Filmmaker George Clarke from Belfast thinks he’s come across something quite interesting — a time traveler talking on a cell phone in 1928. The filmmaker shows the evidence in a YouTube video, taken from footage on a DVD of the premiere of Charlie Chaplin’s The Circus at Graumann’s Chinese Theatre in 1928, and it seems everyone is talking about it! In the video, it looks like a woman is walking along the street at the premiere, with her hand held up to her ear as if she’s talking into a phone. But of course, there were no mobile phones in 1928.
Here is George Clarke's Video:

Of course, the question is: "could the lady use a mobile phone in 1928 even if she had one?" And the answer is no, not without a mobile phone relay. But we can clearly see her talking into the device. So what if she was not a time traveler, but instead she was experiencing a 'time slip'?

In the previous case of Mr Archie “Racer” Carmichael, he was able to see everyone in the pub, but no one could see him. The same happened to Victor Goddard while he was flying over the airport. The mechanics were not able to see him, even though he clearly saw them while flying over their heads.

Basically, those experiencing a 'time slip' are probably 'not there' for the human eye. Those from the 'right time' cannot decode the frequency of the 'time traveler'. It's like having a TV, but not having the antenna plugged in. Even though hundreds of TV stations are broadcasting their signal, one is not able to decode a channel without the proper decoding tool. Our bodies are decoders for this reality, and we are tuned into it. That's why we are not able to see/experience other dimensions.

A 'time slip' is actually the capability of 'tuning into another frequency', not a physical 'time travel'. Just like tuning into a radio station.

The majority of Earth's population accepts the theory (100% fact, in my opinion) that we have so called "souls" attached to our physical bodies. So why can't we see them? Because our souls are connected to our bodies from another dimension, one we cannot decode. We are "driving" these vehicles called human bodies from another dimension. We are both here and there, experiencing "present" in two different dimensions, from two different perspectives.

Knowing this, an interesting question arises: "can a photo camera record things that we are not able to?" Apparently, in certain occasions it is possible to take pictures of beings from other dimensions. I remember seeing countless pictures of "ghosts" of dead people, just like Freddy Jackson's ghost appeared in the group photo from 1919. Just because we are not able to explain something, it doesn't mean that it's not possible.

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  1. Yah, interesting. Have you seen the 'Charlie Chaplin' Mann's Chinese theate footage of the old woman with the mobile phone? Serarch it if not, it's a funny one.

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  2. Mr Time Travelers ear shadow is in the wrong location. Others facing the same way with no head or background obstructions have no ear shadow. Even the reflection back in his eyes from the his own sunglasses is low and VERY bright.

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  3. Anonymous I can see how you could come to your conclusion but the ear shadow could of been cast by a number of objects that are not in the photo and he is a bit taller than most in photo so that would explain why others did not have a shadow castes on them in that way or the object casting the shadow was thin and only he was in the shadow. Not saying its fake or not just saying you don't have all the info needed to prove ether way.

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  4. I wrote a short story inspired by the Charlie Chaplin story. I is published on Bukisa.com Called 'Time Travellers Review'. It is based upon a true story told me by an Irish friend. You can find it under Shanti North.

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  5. its actually the same. i assume your looking at the man in the front then the modern man. the modern man is indeed shorter and at a slightly different angle. just enough so to make it look like he has NO ear shadow, verses the modern man who does.
    on a side note, i have to thank the author for this. i can read occasionally the signal from other demensions, or times... it gives me a start every time... but its nice to know im not the only one who could possibly catch it.

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  6. "Freddy" appears to just be an anomaly in the splotchy background. It's called pareidolia.

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  7. It's an ear trumpet i.e. a hearing aid that was common to that era. They were probably using it to listen to the director to get instructions for the shot. Since there is no sound talking wouldn't matter.

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  8. or some sort of microphone hidden in this sleeve connected to a recording device?

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  9. Pareidolia: a psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant.

    So 'pareidolia' it's just a color trick resembling something you already know. While Freddy's face is clearly visible and the people knew him.

    If you see your dead friend behind you in a photo and you still say it's an image trick then you are too deep indoctrinated.

    @nickmasino: this promoted theory is acceptable until you see her talking into that device. Of course, it's more plausible to be a device from that time.

    But please remember that 'time slip' is different than 'time travel'. If the camera caught a 'time slip', then the women was walking on the same boulevard, but in a different period of time. If the theory is right, the camera caught an image from the future.

    Like Albert Einstein said: "Time is not at all what it seems to be. It is not flowing in one direction, and the future exists simultaneously with the past."

    Here, where I'm sitting right now, the past and the future co-exist with the present.

    Because we don't have the true knowledge behind this subject, all we can do is speculate. Your ideas are -of course- just as good as mine, or the next ones.

    Peace to all!

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  10. The first pic, with the Porsche and horses, is either on a movie set or shopped in- can't tell in low-res. "Freddy" looks like he turned his head for a moment during the long exposure. Ever see an old photo where their eyes look eerily closed and open? -That's because they were blinking. And the guy in the last pic isn't wearing modern sunglasses. They look very old and judging by the sides they're doctor-issue. His head is lit from behind, just like everyone else. He's got his head turned so the shadow from his ear is longer than everyone else'. The big M on his shirt with the thick sweater makes him look like the average 1920-30s college student. Don't be so naive.

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    1. don't be so quick to swallow convention, or you might drown in your own ignorance.



      ^ true story.

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    2. sorry, but hes right. this stuff on this site has all been explained away very thouroughly

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    3. The porsche in the first picture is totally photoshopped. Thanks google for the reverse image search! https://www.google.com/search?tbs=sbi:AMhZZis8v9YjFBBiAEYteJrNRLmhBcnOmIcGBFz6tJPi4hoSdpI3eDv78rqn06OLCSeTIh4l-qcHr3KpvGRkSd3EZe94MCCTMgEHZjwnd8EOnUcdsBwrRMMKMG_1wUujZDqCBc22OIk_1skOJZTJAVRlHUMW86x-_1JVGdN0btPhOAI1n_1c8mYLIulJMI-Lve_1_1RYJWs6RGG3bqzCAhfdeD8yPz4hfN3ESUZS9q3K6TdQqD-w5yf_1PsxY9W5lJmOYENVoUbtvv6Fsev5S_1VnjPbsRcrLEEmJpkqxnrn56m532mOu-05W5yFE2G3XU_13FqRx9DM-KEfhh_1b1ua1v37BD68v9jB22UrmRi6rRg-FuS6ctPYJU10nZBqw768Qd2BM7JYmi2WLWEZECgXUuJRnUoLID7Qwta4qFl9N0hCrvXkEBiCJs0c8yfun19_1tBVF16sPceVD8cJElHA9OVThadrcSCMST9CLU4uqp1Ls5LjhwZwnU931H09IxdRyq-Be7cjUf0oLUxauHVhOYCvnIS6Y3wk7ElPrY3bD19ZsfMMxmu4Odkqk_1Cs5NmLqjgiwd9TB8lzJ99tTIHnWhcnWYc0uE6GHGfnh1eyHF2vP-73C3CnbN0wlzuMobwtjXoHDfykv4Ybu7mvsVLKkoR1lVWUAm5qOxcS4M8yYqoeq_1En4SnVOwbtj07bm7GEPM0fNSe2UNuRNtaBMvBVQEx7rHCZUXbeFMfajawzWzkrPqnRAQ0IV2suH3N47eru_1DuoiEqoNRVRuXexXHCkKuOqUPy2IcKLO_1Py_1CkkHiaIBhtkpsCRjU7kKgOAPUEKUxhQRZ_1t1kM8mGNEX5kIzB6xYId63BXrfspGaCr3o2XHKjb-bSXBtdF7Zaxw-s1sBFHvHNBjhfby5GZ4kgz05rMimRFJ-OODQdo1HErf73RDIOC3NTjS5vx8ah13-om27wPfE_1gbhF7n-g6jqS5fB5ix0Ia-ql1w7Yd9fxohnQQtiUV70AVYZJURINrOLlmi-S6HE237fT7J0Ja1347JDgCUS5mXnZnPDQkuy-aajixK9nwNxLgfay68Twja9ktE_1FkFXeXKVuTZrms1_1lEvDEnD5p6o10XHtvojBI0UmCP4Wgp4zJcxSuYN7arY6gxtt2pYi52v5Efe6CxSPGrr3WFnOY6VcZYboCOVHFjD5qKm_1D-RFxmKz45V0YpvwQK8A9pr0ih8P7QyHX36-Wi6D56Lp69jlqF_1IToMMhfbSGcj0UVAdx0kltz7P8lrk1rE0XvIe_1fIGiKbaFJ1lrfzj4spKRTbhnVRNry5gKIcLh8ZZwzmcrdkeRBKBFltrx72J4LbVzFoeFUyHQfVscI

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  11. http://www.ufocasebook.com/1964solwayfirth.html

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  12. Regarding the woman speaking on a hand held device, I don't think it's inconceivable that the device she is using could be a form of walkie talkie. Localized communication devices are still heavily used on movie sets. And although the following article states the technology was developed from 1934, that isn't too far off from the date of this film and it wouldn't surprise me if those types of devices already existed, especially on a movie set, even if the general public wasn't yet aware of them.

    Excerpt from wikipedia article on 'walkie talkie'
    "Radio engineer Alfred J. Gross also worked on the early technology behind the walkie-talkie between 1934 and 1941, and is sometimes credited with inventing it. Gross had developed and tested a small portable high-frequency radio with two-way communications features which he dubbed a "walkie-talkie". The device caught the attention of the U.S. Office of Strategic Services (now the Central Intelligence Agency), which recruited him to develop the Joan-Eleanor system, a two-way, air-to-ground radio system for covert use by troops behind enemy lines during World War II."

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  13. yo Charlie Chaplin was a visionary. I'm sure they made the scene just to show that ANYTHING was possible at a Charlie Chaplin Circus! WHAAAT?!? A woman talking on a mobile telephone? How preposterous!

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  14. I fail to understand why one can't leave things with uncertainty.

    The Time-Traveler photo: Everyone says that this guy is wearing a sports jersey. I just watched a video on Youtube showing several pictures of "the exact shirt" this guy is wearing... but it doesn't. The man in the photo as a dark M, or something similar, over a lighter color, not just the letter M, which is a little complicated of a shirt design if you ask me.

    And as for the woman in the Chaplin video, this was not a scene from the film, as is pointed out in the video and in the text. This is footage from the site of the premiere. Could the action in the shot still be staged? Yes, but would they go through the trouble of using a walkie talkie to show people walking in front of a theater?

    Maybe time-slips/travelers are not the answer, but none of the explanations from the "rational" or non-"naive" points of view seem to be very accurate.

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  15. See how it works -

    www.justice-publications.com/Universe.htm

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  16. In period dress and talking on a mobile, don't think so. The question you have to ask is who is she talking to

    Mobile phones did not get that small to when? About late 90's, I think. So she would have to be from that time frame or later. As her clothing suits the time frame of the film she cant have just time slipped for a few minutes, so unless 2 people with mobiles and a transponder tower (with power supply) time slipped for a couple of days there has to be a different explanation to what she is doing - in my opinion.

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  17. @Alexander Light, in regards to the picture shown by strawspace555:
    The 'real' picture with the car in has been cropped. Where the car in the picture is is higher than you think, it is not in front of the tainted floor, it is in fact above. The ground on which the car is on looks the same as the rest, not photoshopped. The car, however, is an obvious fake. It doesn't even have a shadow, which if you look at the lighting of the rest of the scene, it should.

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  18. The car photo is a fake. A simple search using TINEYE came up with the original photo:

    http://www.theequinest.com/images/old-bw.jpg

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  19. I am curious what you wrote in your search box. What's the picture's name?

    It's highly probable that the photo is fake, but if photoshop can be used for adding a car in a picture, it can also be used to remove one...isn't it?

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  20. Well the picture with the car is a dam good fake.
    A car in those days would draw a crowd, and not one eye is on the car, otherwise I would have been fooled. Unless the car was only seen by the camera but then it would have made the news anyway.

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    1. that was the point of "time slip" just like no one saw or heard the guy in the pub, no one would see the car, however i'm convinced it's likely a fake anyways.

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  21. i dont think 100% of people on earth believe in "souls"... in my opinion, anyone with a crude background in evolutionary biology can understand exactly why we have the sensation of consciousness and contemplative thought, and that it has nothing to do with any sort of supernatural soul, only a 'fact-checker' for our instinct... furthermore its definitely not a solely-human feeling. the assertion that everyone believes in souls is a little bit of an unnecessary and religious addendum to this article...

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    1. he didn't say 100% of people believed in souls he says he believes souls are 100% fact in his opinion.

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  22. @Conrad: There's nothing religious about this article.

    After combining our true history with logic, knowledge and spirituality, one cannot ignore the existence of a spiritual body.

    Regarding my articles and the way I write, I will always 'plait' physicality with spirituality because I know the truth. Open your heart and you will know it too.

    Only the truth can set us free!
    ~Namaste~

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    1. Logic would seem do dictate exactly the opposite, as nothing spiritual has EVER been found or proven to be existent. Even then, just because you believe something absolutely does NOT mean everyone else does. I for one, do not, as you may have ascertained. Lastly, while you may not have been trying to insert religion into the article, saying things like that leave me with the same impression that Conrad was getting. Also, what do you mean by "true history" and "spirituality." Neither of these is relevant to your statement, the second because saying spirituality proves spirituality is just a stupid thing to put all of your faith in. I notice now that this article is very old, but if anyone ever returns to it, I hope I have done Conrad a favor.

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  23. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8E4a4CdX6R8

    This is a world of limitless potential.. Everything is fluid, everything is possible! If people can astral travel, then why not time travel?

    Love and Light dearest ones :)

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  24. Very interesting at the very least. Thank you for sharing.

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  25. How most people in this world cant see the truth that we are programmed to think the way we do has me stuffed, the controlling elite look like they have won with posts like these above, no wonder earths vibration is so low... Henry (Ningishzidda)

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  26. Here's my theory about the old woman.

    Its not a phone, its not an ear trumpet. Here is what I think is happening in the shot.

    The old man in front of the women is most likely the husband.

    Either an earring or a hairpin has become undone and she's trying to fix it. However, its hard to do so while walking. She's most likely speaking to her husband in front of her to let him know that "hang on, my earring is coming out or" "wait for me, my hairpin is falling out"

    she then decides to stop walking to allow herself to fix whatever is bothering her on the side of her face. You can see her flex her hand as if she's manipulating something.

    A much more reasonable explanation then time travel.

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  27. @conrad - i have had a background in biology, but i have also had a background in quantum physics. One of the first things i learned in that class is how it is possible to walk through walls based off of the positions of electrons (but we can't purposely do it, of course, haha). Biological fact and how we got here is important to me. However, based off of science, it is also extremely plausible that there are other dimensions we can not see. And yes, i do not think that 100 percent of people believe in souls. My point is that, either way, it is still possible.

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  28. If you look at the related videos in the youtube page of the charlie chaplin video, you will come to realize that it is a hearing-impaired device that had already been invented in their time. so, yes, she is talking into a mobile device, but it's meant for the hearing-impaired or something like that. It's a Siemens Hearing Aid from 1924...i think this film was shot in 1928? so, not a time anomaly much as we want it to be :)

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  29. That "Woman" has very large feet and huge hands!

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  30. you can see the reflection of the horse in the car, if it is a fake it is very detailed, if it is staged it must be for something very elaborate

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  31. Fascinating subject -- even if the car photo at the top if faked, the Chaplin video shows a woman with a hearing aide device (if so, that's very disappointing), and the photo of the out-of-time man is...? I don't know. I'd like to believe that it's not photoshopped or, like the video, someone who's actually from that time period.

    Sorry, I can't understand what point Annonymous on April 15 at 12:51 is trying to make:

    "The Time-Traveler photo: Everyone says that this guy is wearing a sports jersey. I just watched a video on Youtube showing several pictures of "the exact shirt" this guy is wearing... but it doesn't.

    (Doesn't what?)

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  32. There is the web page containing the original photography of the horse and the car.

    http://www.theequinest.com/old-horse-photographs/

    and here again

    http://afflictor.com/2011/02/10/final-new-york-city-horse-drawn-carriage-1917/

    Tineye is a image-based search engine, you put in image url or file and it give you web similar picture. Mainly use to search for original file or bigger and better version of one picture. It was used to find the first webpage.

    The second one comes from Google image search, same principle as tineye except different search algorythm and different result.

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  33. Very cool find, thanks for sharing. Thanks for Tineye.com as well! ~Peace~

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  34. the guy in the picture was wearing a mechanics tee shirt and a ratty wool sweater.His sunglasses were welders glasses I once had a pair.He is holding a cheap box camera!he is poor not stylish or coming from work

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    1. I thought the same thing about the man's sweater....that it is worn and threadbare, not at all "nice" as described. Also, the camera looks very old too, with a long lense...not a modern "compact" camera.

      I'm curious if anyone has considered that some of the time traveler's could have been under the influence of belladona, particularly in the case of the two students in the cemetery. Belladona produces hallucinations that cause breaks in time...one minute someone is there...the next they are gone.

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  35. Time is a measurement invented by man and doesnt exsist. the only way to go back in time is to travel east to west the quicker the better!

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  36. It is not that the soul is attached to the body. The body envelops the soul, which, or who, is the conscious entity... our self, or anybody's self. Time may be a not easily understood phenomenon but the principle of action and reaction is a very solid foundational aspect of nature. As it relates to subtle reactions, it is known as karma. According to our karma we get a particular body - whether dog, cat, tree, mouse, or man. Getting out of the web created by our past actions is the business of this human life. These subjects are detailed in the Bhagavad Gita which Emerson, Thoreau, Gandhi and many other famous minds eulogized. Search by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in bookshops, libraries or on the internet; vedabase.com being one location.

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  37. While i find the theory interesting and thought provoking the "evidence" used to illustrate the point takes away from its potential credibility. This seems to be a problem with many truth seeking articles

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  38. I find this quite interesting, never heard of timeslips before, may explain some experiences I had as a child. Any good sites to go to to learn more? email me at dnzspecop@gmail.com

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  39. I’m not sure where you’re getting your information, but good topic. I needs to spend some time learning much more or understanding more. Thanks for wonderful information I was looking for this information for my mission.

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  40. The material on time is interesting. Yet the reasoning related to the image of the lady with the so-called phone is nebulous. She simply appears to be someone not wanting to be filmed.


    Cheers!

    JR

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  41. i had a time travel experience and the only evidence that i have is my own father having the exact same vision as i was having for about 10 seconds. so it was a night and we were driving towards a turn and then when we were about 50 meters away from reaching the turn I felt like the turn was moving away from us and the street being lengthened to the point that instead of getting closer to the turn we were actually getting far away from it. it lasted like 10 seconds and it ended. i thought i had a delusion but after like a minute i told my dad what i saw and he excitedly confirmed it saying he was having the exact same experience...
    it never happened again though :((((((

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  42. Whilst I do believe in this kind of phenomena, I don't think that these photo's are definitive proof of it. The "Car" picture smacks very much of Photoshop, and the "Mobile Phone Lady" is has many others have said, using some kind of hearing aid. The photo showing "Mr Sunglasses" doesn't strike me as odd at all, the only thing that stands out about him is that he looks quite scruffy compared to the other people with him. The military picture is interesting,I don't doubt Mr Goddard and the other members of his squadron when they say that they see their departed comrade in the picture, and the ghostly image isn't exactly the same as the "Live" airman, but, I'm more inclined to think that it's some kind of double-exposure. If I had been Mr Jackson, I would have stood somewhere where I could be fully seen and not half hidden behind someone else. It would be interesting to see a picture of Mr Jackson-taken whilst he was alive of course!- to compare to the image seen in the group photo.

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  43. Dr Who has a mobile that he can call from anywhere in universe or time!

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  44. Check the EXIF's their all Adobe PhotoShop'd. You can use Picasa from Google and check the properties and under Software: it'll say Adobe PhotoShop CS and that's when you know your looking at a fake.

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  45. The photo with a car is a fake. Can't understand why most of you can't see it. I don't see any horse reflections on the car's body, neither I see a shadow of the car. I see the car more grainy than the rest of the picture.

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  46. Also there is no reflections in the car's windows. Did they use a polarised lens filter back then? Doubt it. It's FAKE.

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  47. Many of these images relating to this article claiming rare phenomenon based on a black and white photo as evidence do not take into account how incredibly easy it is for an experienced digital photo editor to create such very realistic-looking fakes. All it takes is the right software program, some very good experience, and the necessary time to do the job right. It is even detectable in some of these cases where the person doing the editing "misinterpreted" contrast and shades without realizing the error, but it is not hard to see. I hate to be a buzz-kill for all the more gullible folks who enjoy a good fantasy now and then, but the people who are responsible for this website should be more careful what they post, unless they specifically claim with a disclaimer that many of the things on their website could be fakes (and they are!).

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  48. After article has been published, the owner of the Porsche get back in time and moved his car to somewhere else, see: http://www.theequinest.com/images/old-bw.jpg

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