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The Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics (MWI), proposed in the 1957 dissertation of Princeton University student, Hugh Everett says that macroscopic “reality” is as probabilistic as subatomic particles are and that it is continuously branching off into parallel universes. Several variations of this theory have since been proposed and a poll of 72 leading cosmologists conducted in 1995 found that 58% thought the MWI is true.

The MWI would support the claims in these mind-tickling stories of self-described time-travelers John Titor, Andrew Carlssin, Sir Victor Goddard, Anne Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain, detailed here.

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  • There appears to be repeatable observational evidence to unlock answers to multiple forms of time travel. Practitioners of past life regression hypnosis sometime witness verifiable, client soul travel, even to the point of observing clients speaking with alternative time inhabitants where verifiable information is sometimes innocently exchanged across hundreds of years. It is what it is.

  • I find it interesting that mainstream science typically denies the presence of a connected soul or shared energy among living things, especially among humans. Forward thinking ones may dally around the edges of possibility from time to time to gain funding for theories but basically the mainstream holds to 3-D hard reality working off the closed concept that humans have neurological containment. Humans are their brains. Yet, when the women mentioned in this video see and experience the same things, enough to write a book about those experiences, they have a “shared delusion” because time slips/windows are not real. (ah-ha–Right.)

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