Chronology (a State Of Time)


Time is all around us.  Where ever we turn, we see time.  We can’t seem to get away from time.  You even hear time when people utters, “Time flies so fast,” or, “Time heals all wombs,” or, “What time is it?”  We see it, hear it, build it, schedule our lives around it, and make plans in accordance to it.  However, if it weren’t for clocks, watches and calendars, it couldn’t be found literally.  If we remove all the created gadgets that’s connoted with time, we would not see it:  In other words, time is not a precondition substance the way that nature is before our coming into existence.  Hence, time comes after us; after our own creations: from the idealistic concepts within our minds, in order to make sense of all the related transient creations—including us.  The fact that the concept of creation exists for us all and everything else, is an indication that every creation and creature is a product of commencement (i.e., we are a sole product/race of beginners), to then imminently end in time:  Thus proving that our source of origin is of transient existence.  Therefore, if indeed time were a universal precondition energy, it would solely govern every single thing with a beginning—every single creation.  As a matter of fact, the following computation would be just (e.g., Beginning + Creation – Ending = Time).  Hence, all products of “time” is then everlasting transient in everlasting time itself.

The odd thing about this whole concept of time, is that my mind simply cannot experience it.  Mine eyes can see the manifestation of time gadgets, but my being can’t seem to correlate with it:  Simply put, the idea, concept and actuation of time is utterly devoid in my mind.  Because my mind is barren of time, my being had to select a substantial substitute to help IT prepare IT with life and determinations, in an organizational approach and fashion.  So instead of using time to make sense of my transient existence, occurrences and experiences, my being instead uses space.  Depending upon the condition, the occurrence and the happening at hand, my being breaks that space in multiple and sequence of expanded/extended span(s).  In order to get a better understanding of my timeless awareness and experiences, you can click on the following link article at, “Spatian.”

It is then within my reason and logic that if indeed the concept of time was truly a universal precondition element, my being too would then have been conditioned with such chronological skill and function: but the fact that my mind is sterile of time, it proves to my being that time is then really a perception that’s understood as a supposition; especially, when a group of people can experience time in multiple different paces at “one-time” in the same occupied space.  Hence, time is then an intimate self-thesis approach, that posits in reflection, connection and understanding to all that which is transient.

The concept of time comes from the Old English word tima; which means, a “limited space of time:” therefore, meaning that a certain extended measure of space is used in a form that’s limited as a temporal passage:  And this inserted temporal passage, in the infinite space, is then termed as “time.”  In this concept, the infinite formless space now has multiple encompassed formations that are transient:  In other words, the infinite space that is formless (uncreated), and without a beginning, now retains circumscribed gravitational formations that are finite and temporary (with everlasting continuous new cycles of beginnings and endings).  In this fashion (and if time were to be an actual substance), time itself then goes on as everlasting time in the everlasting existence of space.  Therefore, if space itself was not without a beginning, time itself would not then begin; for time itself cannot begin in time if it has no space to begin in.

With all this in mind, we need to then ask ourselves, what actually is time?  Is it a law of physics?  Is it a force of the universe that ordains occurrences and events?  Dose it determines futuristic outcomes?  Are the past, present and future in constant simultaneous existence?  And finally, is time a reality, or just a state of mind?  All these questions will be answered with so much clarity, in the following distinctive categorized paragraphs.

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This kind of personal time (i.e., self-intimate with time) is subjective with a figurative application and disposition that only capacitates one to make some changes, or personally evolve, individually with time:  Becoming therefore, time itself in the psyche.  In this personal fashion, one is able to hold dear and put values with one’s own time; intimately integrating one’s own past, present and future as a whole, harmoniously.  This is why my being terms this kind of chronological state as, “Individual Time.”  A time discriminate isolated, and a time that can only belong and be experienced exclusively to one person (e.g., because every singular time is unique, there are no two alike); and therefore, becoming and connecting very intimately with it.  Almost anything goes in this kind of chronological state of mind; hence the term “Time-Oddity” for this paragraph:  For in one’s own private space (alone time), this kind of time can be or become anything one would want it to be.

Personal chronology can be very confusing; especially, if one thinks he/she can share it with another individual, intimately or platonically.  The fact is, such a distinctive time really can’t be shared, not even on a mutual basis; because as mentioned before, no two personal times are alike.  If an individual insists to share such a time, things may become surreal to one of the two parties, or both; and time then becomes purely collectively illusive as a quasi, because such a time can only be whole as individually.  The moment one tries to part one’s own personal time with somebody else (even if it’s parted with the best of intimate intentions), it ceases entirely, because its whole meaning and purpose is thoroughly altered.  In order to avoid this kind of illusion and confusion, what one needs to do is make a separate new time that solely belongs to the two individuals, monogamously: becoming therefore, a new form of “Individual Time:” in whereas the term individual in this new dual time formation takes on a different meaning, which is, “unable to divide.”  In this way, a sole personal time is still achieved for two separate individuals, sharing a different kind of “Individual Time” together.  Any other time that one encounters with other individuals can still be termed differently, even without sharing one’s own personal time; depending of course, who is the individual(s) one is visiting (e.g., family time; friends time; congregational time; community time; etc.).

As odd as this is, coming from a spatian person as such is my being, IT can still notice (as an outside observer) that personal time should be cherished like one’s own treasure(s):  It should be appreciated, cared for, and without abusing it; because what one puts into his/her own personal time, is exactly what one gets back from it.  Your personal time becomes what you make it to be:  And sacrificing it will only leave you entirely without it; without you.

Personal time is crucial for a sole individual as opposed to dual/collective individuality.  One can positively take advantage of it by means of self-reflecting in meditation.  Taking out time for one-self is the best way one can access personal-time directly: to then contemplate on constructive changes, psychological evolution, and develop gradual inspiring dispositions.

Personal time is a self-consummated pact, and it must not be confused with a dual whole or collective whole with other individuals, for there is no such a state in a singular whole; they’re all totally different, one from each other.  If and when their demarcations are not clarified, time then becomes confusing (sort of mysterious), and out-of-order for an individual’s experiences of mental personal chronology.  The application, disposition and understanding of personal time is an exclusive singular matter (and it must be remembered and kept as such).  The reality of it all is that anything that is shared is fractional, and never personal.  The appropriate term for two people seemingly sharing their personal times with each other (even if it’s for a one-night stand; or just becoming friends with benefits) is still then not personal, but only private.  “Private time,” or, “intimate time,” would then be most appropriate when one’s own personal time is set aside for a very transient intimate setting with another (unless it becomes with prejudice: monogamously), but still, never solely personal, just dually private.

So cherish your personal time (your “Time-Oddity”) with your-self, and make it whatever it is that you want to make of it (as long as it is within constructive metaphors if not within logical measures: and as long as you don’t allow it to become illusive, and far away from you).  So while you’re at it, caress it, absorb it, and make love to it; but above all, become one with it: for that is the way and the language of The-Self (the-Ego/the “I”) itself.

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This kind of collective concrete time (e.g., calendars, watches, and clocks) is objective, a common law, a literal manifestation, that constructs and organizes our world(s), so that as a collective social consciousness, together we can fashion and maintain our institution of families, neighbors, religions, jobs and communities in an orderly and conventional manner.  Even though collective time may seem concrete, it is nevertheless, cynreality and not just reality.

Collective time is sort of an illusion; an illusion, not in the sense that it isn’t real, but in the sense that it isn’t really what it seems to be.  You see many wrist watches on others, or big public square clocks that ticktock outside, with the understanding of their concepts of hours, minutes and seconds; and then, there are also your solar and lunar calendars (some with astrological birth assignment dates) that are applicable with the concepts of years, months, weeks, days, and some with astrological reading insertions:  It is then to no wonder that people actually believe that time in of itself is an actual substance and energy that governs all the outcomes of imminent futures.  In accordance to time connoted gadgets, people are able to collectively get up to go to work; have their children go to school if they have any; maybe do some volunteering work for communities in need; perhaps participating in preaching certain religious/biblical good news to public bystanders; some maybe will do domestic chores in their houses if they have the time to do so; or even go shopping:  But no matter what everyone is doing, depending in which region of the earth people live in, most are up (if not in the same hour, but in the same date and week.  Whether some people are going to sleep while others are getting up simultaneously (within the same time region), most would agree on the hour and minutes they see with their clocks/watches.  This is when time becomes somehow mutually balanced:  In this fashion, most people are concertedly experiencing time with some equilibrium mental state.  Hence, for this very timed conjoint application, many will stipulate in unison that time is after all, an actuality.

The fact remains, though, that “Time-Equality” is still not global, but only regional.  There is a great amount of multiple collective times all over the-Worlds, so that in all realty, “Time-Equality” is still a state of collective regional minds.  No matter how concrete time may look with all the chronological gadgets in all of the-Worlds, it still doesn’t make it real separate from its concept.  Conceptual time in unison does not make actual time.

Nevertheless, in large local community settings, collective time is still very useful to set up appointments and community events, to establish employment and public transportation hours, to educate in schools, and to keep track of historical events; and yes, even to determine worship hours in churches, shrines and templesall in perfect unison (at least in thought).  The problem, however, with collective timing is that it becomes too socially steep, that it permeates as a true reality (it becomes so real when it isn’t):  Too real, that even physicists claim that time in of itself is a law of physics, relative with space, in order to somehow make any chronological sense with the universe in accordance with Einstein’s general and special relativity.  No matter how concrete and mutually substantiated collective timing may seem, time in of itself is still just a state of mind, a concept; an idea that’s put into practice: and made applicable for many to be disposed in accordance to unison chronology.

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This kind of physiological time (e.g., an inborn biological clock that controls creatures on regular timing cycles) is empirical; an observational conjecture that seem factual.  Many physicists and scientists uses this speculation to support their position that time is, after all, real and relative to life as well.  But terming innate physiological mechanisms that automatically function nature and creatures in a seemingly chronological fashion, doesn’t make time inherently and biologically true:  It’s just the same as in the personification with animals, that does not really prove them as persons.  Even if we, as human species, were not here and only the animals were to exist, even in the total absence of human chronological concepts, the animals’ organisms would still automatically function in the same way.  In other words, we as the human species and all other animating and inanimate species, function as automatons: all on their own, independently of time.  Our souls (that is, our literal animating physical bodies: and not referring to the belief of the metaphorical intangible soul) are structured to function as autonomous from any kind of chronological conceptual influences.  If you eradicate entirely the concept of time, and its mental actuated influences, my being guarantees that everything will function as usual, automatically.

The famous global idea of a “biological-clock” is not necessarily so, but perhaps, only in symbolical application.  Such a clock is just a mental perception of the ego’s reflection, that’s trying to make sense in connection with one’s own automatic bio-functions; that repeats in almost equalized computational cycles.  In all reality then, a female’s menstrual cycle is not timely, but instead biologically arranged to function routinely, automatically (e.g., just like computers that are programmed to automatically respond to certain inputs:  Likewise, our animating physical souls are nervy-programmed to respond to certain environmental impacts, and influences from other individuals).  Nevertheless, a human conditional female has the right to figuratively refer to her menstrual cycles as her “biological clock.”  But if my soul was conditionally inborn as female gender, then my psyche-being, as a spatian, would have probably refer my menstrual cycles as my routine fertilization.

The functions of every single organism and microorganism, of every physiological and biological make ups, are automatically disposed by their own arranged physio and bio constructs; but definitely, not by time.  So as it stands, timing biologically does not prove real a biological clock.

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This kind of coexisting multiple properties of “space-time” (e.g., the simultaneous space-time properties of a past, of a present and of a future) is purely transcendental.  An unconditional psyche experience of a geometric three-dimensional times, that are simultaneously relative to specific parallel time-space(s):  And therefore, allowing brainstorming and approximations to make sense of one’s own experiences within their own perceived chronological existences; that is, in relation to seemingly continuing time-sequences (interval, and or closure).  This kind of simultaneous time structures helps one to deliberate mysterious problematic events and situations in their chronological proximity: that is, to explain the unexplained, and to suppose solutions to unknown reasons as to why certain things happen the way that they do:  Hence the explanation, that everything happens for a reason.  For example, if one is discouraged of one’s own past, one may look up a medium, to look into or discuss predetermined outcomes of one’s own future, so that in one’s own present stage, he/she can try to alter certain decisions to enforce changes against fate for a better future.  This kind of multiple dimensional time structure gives an individual the capacity to ordain and control certain events and situations in an organized interval/closure sequences.  It is also popularly known that humans can psychologically evolve to become better people from their pasts, right through their presents, and on into their futures: exclaiming that who they were in their pasts, has changed in their presents, to eventually become better (or even entirely different) in their futures.

The disadvantage of possessing multiple dimensional times is that a human person can only possess transient interval personages, in whereas one’s own identity is imminent to change and not remain impervious throughout all continuous time sequences (e.g., a mother becomes a teacher during employment hours; she then may become a preacher during religious congregational hours; and perhaps she may become a counselor during voluntary community hours; she then returns to become a mother again during every afternoon and evening family hours—thus time enforcing this mother to change in between transient-personages in a “timely” basis); therefore, compelling imminent identity changes upon any time minded individual—resulting in that individuality is then vulnerable to time—never impenetrable.  With 3 dimensional timing, every single existing thing, animal and human, are all transient within their status of existences; even the universe itself is known to be transient in its own existence:  And even a god, or the God of the bible, are also deemed temporal as well.  In multiform timing, nothing in itself can exist as everlastingly; however, the transitional and transient cycles themselves are perpetual (e.g., for every beginning that begins within time, must also end within time).  Hence, the only thing that simultaneous timing proves, is that such a time itself is “everlasting time” (i.e., nothing in of itself can actually exist as forever in “everlasting time,” except, for time itself: so that everything in everlasting time begins and ends forever).

It is almost globally accepted that the scheme of a past is what determines the outcome of the scheme of a future:  However, reversely to some, it is believed that a predetermined scheme of a future is what really determines the outcome of the scheme of a past: and that the scheme of a present is a transitional juncture that is determined by both the schemes of a past and of a future.  If such schemes were to really exist as absolutes, we would definitely not have a say at all within our lifespans, in the schemes of chronology:  And the capacity for humans to then possess the disposition of volition would be for naught (and a lie).  Hence, it is logical to conclude that the simultaneous three-dimensional times are purely transcendental (a superlative idea that’s only transcending in thought, understanding and disposition).

If scientists and physicists were to even idealize an empirical method of 3 dimensional time thesis, that allows them to speculate some sense with themselves in relation to space, creation and life, such proposed conjecture will only remain as pragmatic—no matter how surrendering such approach and position may read, sound and be agreed with.

Words like moment and now, are also part of simultaneous multi-times scheme, because, such words indicate a brief period (or in the immediate future) of time:  That even if a spatian person, as such is my being, is mentally timeless, one would still have to use words like “moment” to solely help others (who are time minded) understand them-selves in their own scheme of times.  But words like “now” is not necessarily solely connoted with multi-dimensional time schemes:  Even a spatian person can use words like “now” in congruent with space (e.g., as this instant in space/span).  If you, a mental chronological individual, could entirely eradicate any transcending multi-time scheme from your mind, you might realize that your entire outlook in life and with others, not only changes, but becomes foreign:  And words like moment, tomorrow, yesterday, today, week and year now ceases from its truth, power and governing position; and starts to then become superficial (just a mental magnitude) from its former multi-dimensional times scheme of the cosmos.

Because the transcending idea of a three-dimensional time is being applied so literally in the-World(s) today, that is, as in conditional timing (e.g., such as with clocks, watches, calendars, etc.), the transcending time is then instead descending from its mental ascension: reducing its unconditional time status to an apparent and cosmetic condition.  The matter of the fact is, that just because the concept of time has been somehow produced and manufactured in a seemingly cynreality, it doesn’t mean that it’s going to function as the same from its unconditional mental state, to its now conditional physical status.  A clock and a calendar (or any other sophisticated chronological gadget) cannot help one to literally travel back to one’s own past, or forward into one’s own future, just as if one would be taking a public transportation to reach B from A in a matter of two hours.  To suggest that mental unconditional time can be applied just as the same in physical conditional time, will only cause people to apply time elusively, and illusively:  In other words, when a physicist exclaim that the earth is “now” being bombarded with remnants from the empirical Big-Bang, of some 14 billion years ago in the distant past, that indeed is entirely illusive; because a distance in space does not determine time itself (nor does time itself determines spaced distances); but only the unformed space measured in between the objects themselves is what determines the distance itself: so that, no matter how great the distance is, the objects at each end do not exist in different chronological states, but only in different span of formation states (e.g., the formation states of the planets, moons, stars, etc.).  However, to still help chronological state of mind individuals understand actual unconditional distances in the cosmos, we can actually use our earthly conditional time-table as the bedrock comparison for all other objects in the universe (e.g., like the way it’s used to determine how long is one day in the planet Venus, in comparison to how long is one day in our planet Earth), instead of using the simultaneous 3 dimensional times table in determining distances:  This way, we can avoid creating the illusion that somewhere far away in space from us, the past literally still exists, and that we are in an area of the cosmos where the present or future will always literally exist in.

No matter how great the unformed distance may be between two formed objects in the cosmos of things, each point at each end would not differentiate at all in chronological states: no matter how far the conditional objects may be from each other, or how long the unconditional distance may be.  Mathematical measurements and calculations is what really determine actual distances in space, and not conceptual chronological measurements and calculations; at least, not in actuality even though it does seem to make some sense in the field of astronomical applications.  Nevertheless, just because it works for now, that doesn’t mean it’ll actually work in the long run (e.g., cars running on carbon dioxide exhausts was a great idea that worked for “now,” then:  However, in the long run, those cars contribute to greenhouse effect/global warming).

When a transcending (unconditional) idea is applied as a literal physical manifestation (as conditional), the now excelled concept that’s turned seemingly real will only descend from its ascension in the long run.  In other words, in the long run, man’s time will fail man as a concrete objective.

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This kind of paced sense of time (e.g., a rated sense of speed in time) gives the mental experience that in various occasions (separately alone, or simultaneously together with others), time is either accelerating or decelerating.  It seems that when people are at their most impatient moment, the rate of time slows down very much:  But when things become too busy, or that things are just about becoming way too fun, the rate of time is then very fast.  Nevertheless, the acknowledgement that the concept of time of many individuals, having various speeds in one single “momentum” in their mental awareness and experiences, is enough to logically conclude that the pace of time is after all partisan, singularly or collectively.

There are even some scientists and physicists exclaiming that time in our universe varies from place to place (e.g., there is a scientific hypothesis, that depending where a person may be at in the universe, gravity may control the velocity of time for a specific individual, so that if an astronaut is in planet X, where the gravity is five times stronger than planet Earth, time will slow down in Planet X for that particular astronaut, aging him/her at a slower rate; while simultaneously, time is running faster in planet Earth, where its inhabitants are aging at a faster rate), where the gravity is five times less than planet X:  This hypothesis is just one example in how the imagination of variable paces are attributed to chronology concept.  The fact that 10 people can experience the speed of time in ten different ways, in one room, and at one same momentum, substantiate that the speed of time is purely subjective, not objective; and therefore, justifies that the concept of time is actually without a single velocity, and with no acceleration whatsoever (i.e., time itself cannot change speeds in of itself, because time in of itself is without impetus; without power).  Time itself does not move, nor can it move anything else within time; and therefore, cannot determine acceleration/deceleration in velocity.  However, the people them-selves, who are mentally disposed with the concept of time, can determine the fast or slow motion within their own partisan time (e.g., if one is driving fast in a car because one is late to work, one can feel as though he/she is racing against the fast-paced time; and therefore, without really realizing it, it is the individual instead that determines the speed in one’s own partial time, and not time itself).  So depending of what a chronological minded individual is experiencing, in connection with the animating speed that one is reflecting in, and with what’s happening in one’s own environment, it is the individual instead that capacitates one’s own partisan time with speed.

The velocity of actual accelerations and deceleration are solely determined by automaton impacts, or by intentional ignition of predetermined speed that’s needed:  But all mental concepts in of themselves are really utterly without power:  It is solely our physiological and physical dimensions that determine actual conditional speed, and not the unconditional concept of time-speed in of itself.  Time in of itself can’t even stop itself, because time in of itself can’t even move itself to begin with.  All in all, time (as a thing-in-itself) is not a force; and therefore, without thrusts and breaks:  And anything that doesn’t have or isn’t made of an actual force, cannot and will not impact, or influence, any sort and degree of motion.  All sorts of assessed concepts in of themselves, are motionless by themselves, until we assign them with determined speeds through the access of our physical dimensions.  First, we assess the concepts before we assign them with impetus, through our physical access:  All of course, in accordance to logic and reason; but most of all, in accordance of foreknowledge and wisdom.

Never ever assume that concepts in of themselves are capacitated with actual power (totally independent of physical accession) just because one can imagine them as such in their minds (e.g., imaginations of telekinesis: psychokinesis: telepathy: sixth sensory: third eye: etc.).  Although very influential, the-Mind in of itself is powerless (without actual energy): it is then only through our physical access that we can attribute our mental concepts with actual power and speed.  If it were true that mind power is actual (independent of physical accession), then it would not have been unseen to us at all, not even if it were invisible (because we would have then somehow sensed its structure of energy, and its intensity).  But since our great minds are without literal objective power, they remain immaterial (unseen) to us.  Indeed, even power can be invisible, but never immaterial.  In other words, material can also be invisible: but material can never be immaterial.

Conceptual power does not make actual power.

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This kind of chronological navigation (e.g., time travel) provides a personified sentient experience that one is voyaging through a multi-dimensional time scheme (i.e., traveling with personal assigned events through one’s past, present and future: and possibly in reverse with a “time machine,” as many have imagined for).  In chronological odyssey, an individual also senses and experiences that time is somehow set up to provide unique and distinct occurrences to particulates, suggesting that time-odyssey itself has, not so much preordained time, but that it somehow has intentionally developed particular voyages and settings to teach certain individuals a life lesson learned; or to obtain achievement(s) involving one-self, or with others as well: believing as though if time itself is capable of choosing specific and distinct journeys based on a much-needed gradual basis, individually or collectively.  In this kind of fashion, one begins to personify time, hovering over one like a guardian angel.  Some have even outwardly testified that “Time knows best.”  Some have even gone to the extent of referring time as the universe itself, suggesting then that the universe is time sentient, capacitated with will and intent, in a timely fashion.

There are some scientists (if not all) suggesting that “time travel” is possible, but to a certain extent.  For example, a well-known deceased theoretical physicist, by the name of Albert Einstein, who lived a lifespan from 1879 to 1955, developed the theory of general relativity (e.g., the theory that an acceleration is the same as its gravitational frame: in other words, firstly, that space and time are both actually different aspects of the same thing (space-time); and secondly, that space-time can be curved in various speeds depending on specific curves of a gravitational frame itself: but in addition to bending space-time itself, a frame of gravity can also bend light, radio waves, and all kinds of other substances or forces; but it cannot alter the speed of light itself), this very theory is one of the two pillars of modern physics.  And then there is also Einstein’s developed theory of special relativity (e.g., the theory that the speed of light is constant in all referential frames: in other words, the things that move at the speed of light will always move at that same pace even if it seems different in comparison to one’s own frame of pace; so that no matter how fast or slow you’re moving, it’s always the same for the speed of light): this theory is very hard for many to conceive, because this one is in contrast to what timed individuals experience personally in their everyday lives.  This theory, just like in general relativity, also suggests how certain specific things that occur in space-time, can even look different to certain people in each different specific places, or even moving at different speeds as well; except, for things that move in the speed of light.

From those two theoretical innovating seeds that Einstein has planted, there are now many great imaginative scientists suggesting that special relativity may indeed bring about surprises in regards to how you move through space-time; especially, when your speed is relative to other objects that is as close as to the speed of light:  That a space object traveling close to the speed of light, with you relatively inside of it, time will actually go slower for you than for the people you leave behind: and that you won’t notice this effect until you return to those people left behind (e.g., say that you were 20 years old when you left planet Earth in a spaceship, and you’ve been traveling at about 99% of the speed of light—which is faster than anyone can achieve now—and celebrated only five birthdays during your space odyssey:  When you get back home at the age of 25, you will find out that all of your friends and families, that were about your same age when you left, are now 70 years old, retired, and enjoying their grandchildren, if any.  This possible surprising discovery can happen because time has passed more slowly for you in that very speedy acceleration, in which has caused you to experience only five years of your lifespan, while your classmates on Earth have experienced about almost 50 years of their lifespans.  So the faster you move through space-time, the slower time is, and thus the slower you age:  But the slower you move through space-time, the faster time is, and thus the faster you age).  So, if your space odyssey began today in nearly the speed of light, in the year of 2016, it would then only take you just 5 years to travel to the year of 2066; but as for your friends and families, it would instead take them 50 years to get to 2066:  Thus, in a sense, this means that you have been journeying through space-time in “time travel” framework, and not so much in actual “space travel.”

Be that as it may, in regards to Einstein’s general relativity, the difference in this time travel theory can also occur for objects and not just for people, to either move or deteriorate at decreased speeds in relative to space, depending upon specific frames of gravity, that is.  This is what then determines that the passing speed of time itself is retarded by objects with their gravitational field frames, then for other objects that are afar from such intense gravity frames.  So, for example, that means that time travel near a very intensified gravitational field, of an empirical black hole, would pass at a very slow-paced in contrast to the time travel near the less intensified gravitational field of our Earth:  Hence, in accordant to Einstein’s both relativity theories, all kinds of other space and time distortions near various gravitational fields do differentiate after all with time travel, so that the intensity of a gravity itself is what then instead determines the speed in time traveling, and not so much time itself.

Other highly imaginative scientists suggest that there could also be unknown distortions occurring and reoccurring in space-time, and that because of such possible existing phenomenon, it can give them the possibility to think of ways a time machine could work for us through such possible unknown conditional deformities.  Some of those ingenious scientists are inclined to the idea of “worm holes,” which they suggest that those holes may provide shortcuts through space-time, and thus shortened time travel immensely.  This (and other ideas alike) are fantastical and wonderfully interesting for many:  But those very self-encouraging scientists, along with their admirers too, don’t know at this point whether they (the wormholes) are possibly real as objects.  Nevertheless, these assisting scientists are still exclaiming that those idealistic suppositions are based on good and solid science.  However, according to some realist scientists, a supposedly real-time traveler, that may be traveling in accordance to what is real-time travel, in real science, exclaim that there is no way such a traveler can go back into time, at least not back to a point before a time machine was ever built.  These realist scientists, in real science, are then fully confident that time travel is solely possible into the future, at least at the starting point in whereas a time machine fully began.  That, however, would require a development of very advanced sophisticated technology to acquire such a defeat; and of course, also with a complex requirement that works very surprisingly well from a very paradox computation.

If real science is to achieve such a defeat, according to some of those realist scientists them-selves, time minded individuals could then travel 10,000 years into the future and age only by one year during such a journey; that is, through space-time shortcuts.  However, in a realistic view and sound logic, such a trip would consume an extraordinaire and immense amount of energy, not to mention the enormity of energy needed just to start the thrust.  Further, time travel to the past would be way more difficult even if a time traveler could travel back where a time machine first began; only because, this kind of reversed time traveling method is not at all yet understood as a real science.  All in all, scientists and engineers who just plan to operate some ordinary regular space missions, must do account for the time distortions that occur because of both Einstein’s general and special relativity theories.  Even though these scientific relativity effects are far too small to matter in most everyday human affairs, it is, however, very imperative for many scientists to know them anyway:  Because for one thing, these effects that help them conceive those very tiny fractions of a second, is of utmost importance to make a spaceship run precisely, and that’s just to make it run well inside our solar system (so just imagine what it would take to make a spaceship run precisely outside of our solar system).  Hence, it can be understood as to why some exceptional time minded scientists, along with their admirers, truly appreciate Einstein’s theories very much.

As amazing as time-traveling may read and sound, we should grasp the reality that time itself is still just a state of full and utter apperception, so that we can still take a strong grasp on actualities when such fantastical time traveling theories are discussed and suggested.  In regards to epitomized assigned events in time-odyssey, it must be remembered that time in of itself is not a substance of force and intelligence that acts, codes, orders, charges, measures and causes all creations to come forth with meaning and purpose.  And it must be noticed that even though the nurturing concept of time can only be learned in the-Mind from external sources, it does not mean, however, that such an understanding and disposition is a distinct capacity for all minds.  Time is then learnt; not innately instinctive.

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This kind of time aging (e.g., temporal lifetime) provides a mental actuation that time itself is somehow responsible in determining, not just the aging process, but also the pace of deterioration for all created powers, objects and life (that is, for powers, things and life with a beginning).  This is evident by the fact that many chronological minded individuals celebrate birthdays, keeping up with milestones that supposedly time itself provides for them, to help birthday individuals contemplate in what they have achieved up to that milestone, thus far:  Also, it is evident by the use of several popular global time-phrases; such as, the new millennium, that old generation, this era of freedom, a century of a lifetime, and, an eon ago.  And then there is the dating period method of days, weeks, months and years that many people feel that their lifetime of age process is determined by.  With such a chronological outline being so globally permeated as a truth, it is to no wonder why anyone who is chronologically sentient can think, feel and experience the concept of time as a literal reality; in which for them, time itself determines both the speed and the age process of bio-deterioration (this is very evident as described in the Odyssey Time paragraph of this article, when referring to the speed of aging in time traveling in relation to both living and non-living objects).

Commercial industries take advantage and add to the illusion when selling products that can turn back the hands of time (e.g., selling “secret” beauty products that can reverse time to rid of wrinkles):  You even have merchandising markets taking the opportunity of introducing new clothing styles, by referring the old ones as outdated, or, out-of-date.  Even objects are referred as time-aging when they’re described as antiques, relics, and/or archaic:  Entertainment and music too are referred with time-aging (e.g., the 70’s was the global decade of disco genre).

So it seems that the global collective chrono-consciousness understands that time itself contributes to the tempo of aging process; that both age and time is understood and actuated as such.  But the actuality of time contributing and assisting with the deterioration of all creations is just a figurative study; a metaphorical perception; turned into a specified dual contiguity, imminently: that according to Einstein’s relativity theories, it is a dual that is one in the same with space.  Even in modern cosmology, it is suggested that time itself has a beginning as well: that time itself was created by the pragmatics of the big bang—with an essential element of space; suggesting also then that space itself was created.

Realizing that time itself is nothing more but a mental idea, the matter of the fact is, we all age with or without time:  Time does not contribute to the speed and measures of aging (for if somehow it were possible that one can subtract time from his/her own mind, one would still deteriorate at the same pace; no different).  The speed of aging really depends upon a clean organic chemically free diet, an unpolluted atmosphere, and filtered clean hydration liquids:  The more we pollute our atmospheres and our consumption of foods and waters, the faster our coming generations will, not just deteriorate faster in aging, but quickly degenerate in generation as well (and that, my reader, time itself does not determine).  Time does not aid to anything or anyone either; it is the people them-selves that figuratively personify time with the capacity to contribute and assist in every existing creation, with both life and objects, and with every alpha and omega.  In all reality, it has always been and still is timeless:  Because when the end of time should ever arrive in our concepts and sentience, nothing else will end with that concept except for the concept itself: and everything else will remain coming and going, even after the end of time.

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This kind of preordained or foreordained chronological state of mind (e.g., fate), enables one to understand that life and all creations are precondition for explicit circumstances and consequences—without coincidences and accidental impacts of events, occurrences and the happenings: and that every single thing that happens, happens for a reason.  This is very evident by an enormous amount of people who have the figurative faith in seeking omens, seers, mediums and fortune tellers.

In seeking a gifted clairvoyant, many prefer to believe in a preordained reading, with the hope in finding out what they can do now to better their future if needed, by applying enforced changes against fate:  On the other hand, others prefer to believe in a foreordained reading, with the hope in finding out the meaning of their past and present by finding out their fate for the future; in this way, they can make sense of things now, and not necessarily enforced changes for their futures, but to just simply understand what must be, or what is meant to be.  But the paradox in any oracle reading, if it were true, is that one is supposedly already be preordained to seek a seer to enforce preordained changes; in this way, the one who is seeking a fortune-teller is only led to believe that such a seeker is in control of such pursue and investigation; when in fact, it is really fate itself that has a seeker believing that one is willfully enforcing changes against destiny itself.  In this way, fate assures that one cannot and will not override fate itself; and therefore, fate then remains fateful to itself.

Many people would suggest that the word destiny comes from a fable Latin goddess of ancient Rome, named Moira; later then, named as Destiny:  However, that is false:  There is no prove of such female deity except for the name itself: not even the mythological Greek goddess Aisa/Asia (that seems it was purposely confused with the name Moira) comes close to being attributed to preordained, or foreordained time.  The fact remains that the etymology of the word destiny is really of the Latin word destine (way before Rome), that has no connotation with a mythological fateful entity whatsoever, and it simply means, “to make firm/to establish firmly.”  So what really connoted the word destine with destiny?

In Greek mythology, there were these three fable titan sisters that went by the group name, “The Fates:” then later, they were termed as, “The Destinies:” and they were known to be contributors in assisting with preconditioning time, events and occurrences.  Their names were Klotho, Lachesis and Atropos.  Klotho was known to have spun the thread of life (time); Lachesis was known to have determined the length of the thread; and Atropos was known to have cut the thread when the proper time has come for death.  Atropos was known to be the smallest of the three, but she was the eldest and superior to her sisters; that is why her name “Atropos” was fitting, because it means, “She who cannot be turned;” and thus fate begat, and destiny arose as a collective social consciousness.

It seems that if it were true, that the origins of fate and destiny had stemmed from mythological inception, it would then be even more obvious that the mystical aesthetic skills of clairvoyance, premonition, omen and fortune-telling would be even more so superstitious; because the only thing that fable can beget is fable itself:  Hence, if the mythical source were true, it would not have made destiny any truer, except in becoming more fictitious, if anything else.  Many individuals will take offense to this paragraph’s summation concerning time and destiny (some individuals are quite comfortable with believing in preordained and foreordained futures and pasts):  Some will even argue that if fate and destiny were not literal, what then could explain and account for the 100% accurate fulfillment of the biblical divine prophesies?  That if time in of itself was not real, why then did the biblical God has prophesied through ‘His’ prophets, concerning fate, destiny and time?  The answer to these questions will be logically justified in the next Time-Prophecy paragraph.

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This kind of prognosticated state of mind (foreknowing outcomes for a time frame period, based on current knowledge and wisdom: not necessarily experience) is easily mystified with preordained/foreordained time concerning fate and destiny; hence, the reason a prophecy is considered to be one with premonition, omen, fortune-telling, clairvoyance and astrology.  But prognosticating an outcome of a situation, in a time frame, is really not one in the same with predicting the future itself.  When a prophet prophesizes a prophecy, the prophet does not speak of his own words (or of his own clairvoyant skills), but entirely that of his God’s sayings: which by means, the prophecy is then based solely on God’s prognosis.  In other words, a prophet’s God will prognosticate an outcome in the future based on present conditions and situations, as well as signs (e.g., the same with our medical doctors, having the foreknowledge of what will happen to a drunkard in the future if one presently keeps on drinking addictively:  In this situation, the doctor is not a fortune-teller who is predicting future events for the drunkard; instead, he’s a professional medical physician with the foreknowledge of what happens to addictive drunkards if they don’t stop getting drunk—it’s then pretty much the same when God all foreknew what will happen to mankind based on the current conditions of Adam’s sin, then).  The biblical God is known to be all knowing, but also all foreknowing, of what will happen to mankind’s outcome within a time frame, based on their current courses, conditions and situations: e.g., when either Thomas Edison, Joseph Swan, or Hiram Maxim created the first incandescent light bulb (whoever may have been the creator of it), neither of them had any idea at first that just one of those light bulb will consume about 714 pounds of coal per year.  At first, such an invention may have seem like one of the greatest idea ever, but without foreknowing about our environmental issues with our gaseous nature, in regards to the billions of light bulbs now lit per year, and cars running, airplanes flying, factories burning carbon into the air through their chimneys, and thousands of other venting carbon gadgets and places emitting soot into our natural atmosphere, is the cause of the greenhouse effect (or global warming) in our earth—unbalancing the elements of nature; and therefore, causing great natural catastrophes because the earth is only trying to cool itself back to normal:  If such great inventors would have had the foreknowledge of what would happen to nature in the long run, due to their inventions, they would’ve found other safe measures to invent their creations.  It’s to no wonder that the biblical prophets were able to prognosticate natural catastrophes in the future with 100% accuracy; especially, at the time frame when the end of this wicked world is nigh.  The God of the bible, with this particular prophecy of increased natural disasters, was then able to prognosticate the outcomes with a certain generation (the generation that would finally reap what their long ago inventors sewed—this would be the particulate generation that determines the time frame of reaping the outcomes, and not time itself:  Just like a doctor that can prognosticate a particular time frame for a drunkard to start experiencing organ deterioration).  And because of God’s divine capacity of all foreknowing everything and everyone that exists, the biblical God was also able to prognosticate when the outcomes of human behaviors would increase with greed, extreme egoism, rebellion, disobedience, crime, haughtiness, betrayal, etc.:  And even an increase of war one after another (Matthew 24:8, 3, 7; Luke 21:10, 11; 2nd Timothy 3:1-5).  This biblical God even all foreknew that mankind is not created to direct his own steps successfully, not without ‘His’ divine guidance (Jeremiah 10:23):  Therefore, it was clearly all foreknown by God that mankind could never be successful in regulating themselves without ‘His’ divine rulership: that it was all along a vain attempt for mankind to be independent of God’s accurate knowledge and rule (but that it had to necessarily be done, so that man and all the angels can see for themselves the outcomes of man, instead of just being told and take God’s words for it):  Hence the reason, that the bible’s prophecies are all accurate.  Therefore, prophets prognosticate outcomes based solely on divine foreknowledge of all things and all people.  Nevertheless, some may still to differ and suggest that this resolution of mine doesn’t explain the specific personal details of certain prophecies (e.g., prophetic names that are foretold for certain specific persons not yet existing: or the prophetic distinct details as to what has occurred during Jesus’ death sentenced on a stake; or to some, on his crucifix:  Down to the very last detail).

Before those disputes are taken into account, we need to first know the root of the word itself.  The etymology of the word prophecy, with a ‘c,’ not with an ‘s,’ comes from the Latin word, prophetia, which means the “gift of interpreting the will of the gods.”  It must be understood that this meaning was adopted when the people (the-Israel) of God began to associate themselves with foreigners (along with their foreign gods), and mixed themselves in the foreign worship of idolatry.  The foreigners then began to become acquainted with the Hebrew concept of “navi” (in Arabic, the spelling is “nabi”), a word spelled out as “prophet” in translation, not in interpretation: in which, it takes a different meaning than that of the Latin source (which is, by the way, the true origin of its root).

The Hebrew word ‘navi’ literally means, “fruit of the lips.”  This is crucial, because it means that whatever words and sayings are coming out of the lips of a ‘navi’ (a prophet) of God, it will become “fruitful” (in fruition); in other words, it will happen in accordance to God’s truths and righteousness.  This kind of prophecy intentionally stresses out something more in particular than just being all foreknowing:  It stresses out that the will of the biblical God is above any other will in the earth, as well as in the heavens above:  In other words, no matter what man may intent to do in their future’s plans, the God of the bible will supersede their plans if ‘He’ has to, to demonstrate that whatever that God says ‘He’ will do, ‘His’ words will not return to ‘Him’ without results):  Thus demonstrating that in the end, it will be the biblical God’s will that will triumph: even above powerful manipulating satanic and demonic will.

In this fashion of prophesying, with the combination of being All Foreknowing and All Powerful, the God of the bible is able to cause its prophets to prognosticate 100% accurate with the outcomes of man in their future—So accurate that this God knows in advance of how certain people will react to certain specific situations: and will also make sure that nothing will interrupt those certain details; neither by man, nor by satanic and demonic interferences if it’s part of ‘His’ prophesies.  This God will even divinely intervene with naming certain specific individuals, that’s in accordance to the prophecies that were mentioned long ago (and it’s not that this God is manipulating situations with naming specific individuals, but only demonstrating that ‘He’ itself is in control of his own words).  And because this God has the all foreknowing of our DNA structures, ‘He’ himself is able to prognosticate way in advance of how certain individuals will be, will become, will do, will say, will behave and will respond to general impacts and influences in the future (down to the very finest detail).

Being therefore All Foreknowing, as opposed to our current genuine professionals just being foreknowing, this God is able to give way better advanced prognosis than any of our today’s professional doctors, physicians, psychoanalysts, politicians, scientists, physicists, astrologers, astronomers, philosophers and socialists—no matter how far an outcome may be within a time framework, ‘His’ prognosis will never miss.  As you can see, this is not at all foretelling the future, as is the case with the foreign gods when applying the Latin word prophetia:  This is simply prognosticating man’s outcomes as the result of their deeds, in a prognosis time framework(s).  In certain prophesies that were prophesied through the chosen biblical Hebrew nevi’im (prophets), God was, and still is, not foretelling the future—God is making the future instead.  And that, my dear reader, is not divination.

If prophesies were one in the same with foretelling futures, destinies and fates (as is the case with fortune tellers, omens, seers and astrologers), that would then only demonstrate that the God of the bible is not in control, but that time instead is.  And eventually, that God would then be found guilty of divination: the very thing ‘He’ warns against, and hates against as well.  Foretelling the future (divination) of any kind, is still a divine felony against those who are guilty of practicing such a thing; and therefore, punishable by death upon the day of God’s fury (Deuteronomy 18:10; Leviticus 20:27):  Further, any biblical prophecy that is being termed, applied and practiced as one in the same as divination, is not supported as such from the biblical God (Jeremiah 14:14).  Hence, God does not read the future, because there is no actual literal future to read, except in the-Mind.  Perhaps this is just one of the reasons as to why any form of divination, through the practice of all kinds of mediums available, is such a felony against God; because since time itself is not a literal manifestation as a cosmological force and law, it is all then a big lie if it’s foretold as such.

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This kind of “everlasting time” endurance is a very confusing impression (many even confuse this idea that something, or someone, can possibly be everlasting in of itself).  As mentioned in the Time-Contiguity paragraph above, the only thing that is everlasting-time is time itself.  But why is that?

If time were a literal invisible cosmological energy, everything then within time begins and ends except for time in of itself, because that is how time itself is determined by those very existing transient cycles (e.g., without a beginning, time would not be time itself: and everything that begins within time must also end within time, or time would still not be time itself:  When something and someone is timed, as a thing-in-itself, that something and someone is transient their making; if not, then that something and someone is not of time origin):  Hence, the only thing that determines what time itself is, is the dual cycle conditions of the alpha and the omega passages (visibly and invisibly).

If you’re a product of a beginning, then you’re a product of time; and therefore, you must end in time because you are conditioned to begin and end (which is all part of the cycle of everlasting time).  So no one, absolutely no one, and nothing either, can be “everlasting time” in of itself.  To make it simpler, anyone or anything that is a product of a creation (a beginning), you or the thing created cannot and will not be everlasting time in of itself, because you and the thing created are timed in existence (i.e., you simply cannot be everlasting time in of your-self, when it is within time itself that you’re conditioned as a timely/briefly duration).  Everything then will continue to everlastingly come and go briefly, as usual in “everlasting time.”  But some people prefer to differ and dispute, “If indeed it is true that only time itself can be everlasting time, how do you then recall the biblical God when referring ‘Himself’ existing as everlasting time; and as to times and times indefinite?”

The reason for the confusion in biblical divine timing, is because the one that refers itself as time-everlasting, is really Jesus; and not his Father, God Almighty.  In the bible, Jesus conditions himself as the alpha and the omega when referring his return to the earth (Revelation 22:13): and God Almighty conditions ‘Himself’ as the One who is without a beginning and an ending; and therefore, ‘He’ would then be the One to preserve Jesus as priest of all everlasting times (Hebrews 7:3).  The confusion stems from the religious faith of the Holy Trinity; in whereas God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit are but one:  And therefore conditioning the Creator, who is always conditioned as the One without a beginning and an ending, to also simultaneously be conditioned as the One with a beginning and the ending: hence, mystifying (confusing) and making the God of the bible as complex: therefore, becoming a mystery that works in mysterious ways.  Whatever beliefs people may hold, and no matter how genuine their faiths may be in all their heartfelt honesty and sincerity, something that has always been conditioned without a beginning cannot be conditioned to begin; and something that has always been conditioned without an ending cannot be conditioned to end (i.e., if you have no beginning, you simply cannot end).  It is either one or the other; unless, one conditions the biblical God into a mystery formation, because only within such a confusing faith, can this kind of belief be accepted—without it really ever being grasped within logic and reason.  This is the only way the Holy Trinity can be relished—there is no other way.

To finally now make things clear, because the biblical God is conditioned without a beginning and an ending, God itself is then an everlasting existence, and not an everlasting time.  The reason then that the biblical Jesus conditions himself as everlasting time, is because his Father (Jehovah: Yahowah: Yahweh) can preserve him as such through God’s condition of everlasting existence.  So if anything or anyone is to survive or exist as everlastingly in everlasting-time, a timeless power (a condition that’s beyond time condition) is needed in order to preserve anyone or anything forever in time.  Therefore, everlasting time is not one in the same as everlasting existence: they’re both very distinct; very different from each other (like the differences between light and darkness).  Hence, Jesus is conditioned as everlasting-time, with and through the sustenance condition of everlasting-existence of his Father, God Almighty.

Indeed, and again, the only thing that’s everlasting-time is time itself: that is, if time itself was an actual cosmological force.  But within all reason and wisdom, in order to explain transient existences in relation to everybody and everything that exist as such, time is a great concept for many minded chronological persons.

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This kind of godlike timing can also be complicated to grasp.  In accordance to a biblical account in 2nd Peter 3:8, it indicates, “…But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day…” (New International Version Bible).  In other words, a day of the biblical Lord is equal to a thousand years in man’s time; but of course, that does depend upon which Lord that scriptural passage is referring to.  When Adam and Eve were forewarned not to eat of the forbidden fruit, they were told that if they did, they would surely die on that day.  Eventually, they did eat of the forbidden fruit, from the tree of the knowledge of good and bad; however, they did not die on that day (man’s day).  Instead, Adam died at the age of 930 years old (Genesis 5:5); in other words, Adam did die on that day that God said he would die (in God’s one day), that is.  So before Adam almost completed a total existence of 1,000 years, he died just 70 years short of one day of God:  So he did die in that day he ate of the forbidden fruit: and thus, God kept true to ‘His’ words, after all.  But how can a God without a beginning and an end, who is then utterly devoid of time in ‘His’ personal existence, have a time-table if ‘He’ is beyond time itself?

In the biblical passage of Genesis 1:26, it indicates, “…Then God said, ‘Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness…’” (New International Version).  Notice that this passage indicates, that other than God itself, someone else was creating with ‘Him’ by using words like “us” once, and “our” twice.  In the Hebrew Dead Sea Scrolls (where the translation of the Old Testament originally comes from), the passage for the word “us” in Genesis 1:26 uses the term elohim, which is plural for gods.  With that in mind, in the scriptural passage of John 3:16, it indicates, “…For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life…” (New American Standard Bible).  According to the Greek Septuagint (where the translation of the New Testament originally comes from), the term “only begotten” indicates the concept of something that is “one and only,” or, “unique;” like no other.  Therefore, in the condition that Jesus is the only-begotten creation of all creations, is an indication that his creation is “without equal;” and therefore, created solely by God itself.  That means, that every other creation that began on after the first creation of the “only begotten,” were then simply always created by “us” (elohim)—both by God itself and the god, Jesus—Michael then: together).

No matter how All Knowing and All Foreknowing the God of the bible is, ‘He’ will never personally understand what is like to be and experience a beginning (i.e., of just simply being a creature).  So this God had to create something almost similar of ‘Himself,’ a god with a beginning (two beginnings if you also count the life of Jesus on earth), in order to continue further creations together; so that the God without beginning and end can be accompanied with a god of beginning, in whom eventually then became also a god of end when his life ended in the earth as Jesus.  Hence, that is why Jesus conditions himself as, “…the Alpha and the Omega…”  (Jesus is the only alpha god, because he is the first creation before all the other creations begat; and he is the only omega god, because he’s the sole god that was resurrected back into existence from his death, by the very biblical God itself—Acts 2:32:  So that Jesus is then the first and only god to have triumphed death—and any other god will just simply remain dead; e.g., since Satan is biblically known to be a cheruban actual and literal lesser godhe, as a lesser god, will not be resurrected back to life after his termination by God; nor will his demons, also: nor any other angels as well:  Hence, Jesus is then the only omega god; fittingly and justly).  This very first-born creation had to be created as a god, so that through this god, God itself can then justly deal with creations and creatures (beginners) through the personal understanding and experience of the god with a beginning: side by side, together.  If a god with a beginning was not first created before all the other creations were made, the biblical God itself would not have been a fair judge to us all, because we would not have had someone of great power (that’s similar to God in godlike powers) to always intercede for us as creatures; by someone who knows and personally experiences what is like to be created and be a creature in one’s own making, sentience and existence itself.  Without that first only-begotten creation, God itself would then unjustly had to deal with us directly (i.e., without an advocate-creature speaking in behalf of all creatures, it would have been unjust to us all if God, who can never personally experience ‘Himself’ as a creature, had to deal directly with us in a sole manner): for that, my reader, would have been biased (one-sided) in administering with us, personally.

It is then obvious, as indicated in 2nd Peter 3:8, that a day of God is but a thousand years to man, is only possibly known and determined through the only-begotten creation.  In other words, God itself, for the first time ever, was then able to obtain days for ‘Himself’ through ‘His’ only begotten son, Jesus: and that, my reader, is how the concept of time began: for before the creation of the only-begotten took place, the concept of time was unbeknownst to God itself, at least as an outside observer.  Hence, that is why the only-begotten creation is unique, because it is the first and only creation that has ever introduced the concept of time, for the first time.

The biblical fact remains, that since even God itself has learned a time-table through ‘His’ only-begotten god (son) creation, is proof enough that their time is utterly different from ours; therefore, proving that time itself is just a mental state of mind, in relation to the environments and surroundings one encounters with.  Therefore, time itself is not literal, nor objective: it is simply a concept used to reflect, connect, explain and understand transient creations, in transient sentience.

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A One-Way (or No-Way) Highway


Almost everyone seems to be under the impression that somehow, time itself can be reversed.  This illusion stems from the time-contiguity mental experience: where many who experiences the mental concept of a past, senses that many are somehow going back into time, or going back and forth in time:  Hence, the reason that most people would say, “If you want to be successful your future, you need to stop going back into your past,” or, “If you keep looking back into your past, you’re going to get stuck in there.”  These kinds of figurative expressions add to the illusion that time is somehow a two-way highway; when in fact, it’s really only a one-way highway.  The going back and forth in time is really an oddity, as explained in the “Time-Oddity,” and in the “Time-Contiguity” paragraphs above.  The going forwards and backwards into time is an internal intimate peculiarity that’s mentally experienced only by its beholder; but yet, still collectively understood when discussed and shared with others.

In reality, and again, if time were objective and concrete, the only two things that determine time itself is the dual conditional cycles of the “alpha” and the “omega” themselves.  No end can begin; but only begin can end.  The idea that one can literally time travel back and forth in time, is evident that time is after all an illusion:  Because if the past is always existing in its past, for a time traveler to then be able to arrive in the past; and the future is always existing in its future, for a time traveler to then able to arrive in the future; then nothing really begins, nor ends.

You simply can’t simultaneously exist now; and continue to exist in the past before, during and after your existence; to then continue to exist in the future before and after your death.  The more people are moving on into their future, eventually, the more the past too moves on along without your past (indeed, pasts do die too).  You either begin, or you just don’t exist at all:  But if you begin, you do exist briefly.

Since everything can only begin in time, nothing, absolutely nothing can end before beginning:  Everything in time goes one way only—it begins—and then it ends; perpetually, in everlasting-time.  Anything or anyone will never, never end to then begin again automatically; in other words, time cannot be reversed in any form or fashion (e.g., in time travel), for that wouldn’t be time at all; that would be something beyond it; something else; something, transcendent (unconditional).

Time can never be reversed or time itself would not be time.  The only way that something or someone can be undone, as a product of temporal condition, is to end it (but never in the reverse order that it begun); for there can be no reversed course of action in something that ended—or it didn’t end at all.

If by any means one’s own faith of choice is accurate and true, and one returns even after his/her own death in that faith, something then timeless (something beyond time) had to do that for him/her to make one without time from one’s own origin of time.  With this in mind, the transcendental (unconditional) belief of the immortality of the soul, that supposedly departs automatically after one’s own death (end), ceases to exist—because if it were so, that would then mean that one is not actually an origin of time (a beginning), and that one’s own form of creation—as a creature—is then all an illusion.  You’re either a creation, or not:  You either began or didn’t:  You’re either timed, or not?  Which is it?  Because you cannot and will not be both, simultaneously.  Either one is conditioned distinctively, as complete utter opposites; without any medium grounds for them.

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In Time Summation


Time, indeed and thought, is solely a concept.  And although time can only be learnt as a distinct capacity of the-Mind from external sources, it only means that it can be distinctively grasped in the mind, and not that time itself is a distinct inborn capacity of the-Mind.  It is important to take note that time is an apprehension learned as a nurturing concept: it has to be introduced in an upbringing manner, or it cannot be understood as an object when time itself is ambiguous in its idealistic existence.  Without the gradual proper time nurturing, an intimate development towards it will not be possible; therefore, in order for time to personally be grasped, it must be inculcated biasedly, before one is then thrust out into the big ambiguous pot of time.   Time is then not a predisposition that one is born with.

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The concept of time itself even has a beginning, it wasn’t always there; for if it were, time wouldn’t be time itself.  So how is it then that time can have a beginning without an ending, and everything else that has a beginning must have an ending…why is then time the exception?

If time indeed was a cosmic law that governs all the transient creations, it itself would have to be the exception of the rule to be the only thing that would have a beginning without an end:  Because if it didn’t, then nothing could perpetually birth and die for ever if time itself would die, for the end of time would then be the end of all beginnings and endings.  Time itself is then the first and only beginning without death: it has to be, or every new dual cycles of the alpha and the omega can’t continue forever.


[Article Posted by: Sabiazoth Alonso]

[Writing & Concept by: Sabiazoth Alonso]

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