09-07-2009, 12:38 PM

TIME

http://www.llresearch.org/transcript...1973_0800.aspx

Time, my friends, is in your mind. There is only now, and there is only here. The reason that there appears to be a reciprocal nature between space and time in your world is because your world is, shall we say, designed to produce this illusion. It is an illusion necessary for certain catalytic actions that you enjoy in your present state for the purpose of your continued spiritual growth and evolution.

I will leave you now. I am Hatonn. I leave you, my friends, in the love and the light of the One Who is All. Adonai. Adonai vasu borragus.

I am Oxal. I am with this instrument. I have been called for the purpose of speaking to you on the nature and reality of time. Time is a field, like unto your electric field, your magnetic field. But what is a field, my friends? A field is an effect. A field is in your minds. A field has different effects at different distances. So does time. As you have recently stated, time and space are dependent, one upon another. It has also been stated that they are totally independent, and have no relationship. Both of these statements are true. It simply depends on your point of view. The people of your planet at present do not appreciate the number of dimensions that are available for one to experience the creation. All of these dimensions are made up of a single place and a single time, and, for that matter, a single dimension, which has no dimension. But it is necessary to go from where you are to where you will be.

Therefore, we shall speak of time as you know it and try to lead you to that place where you will know it.

Time is a field. It is space-dependent. Space is a field and is time-dependent. For this reason you recognize a reciprocal nature. The relationship between the two is the third power [of] displacement in either. This may be recognized by a simple equation or formula. There are three dimensions: therefore, the numeral “3” is used, both as a power and as a constant. T3 divided by 3 is equal to S3. S3 divided by 3 is equal to T.

Your present constant, that which you call the velocity of light, is the basic speed of the field. The permeability of that which you know as matter is dependent upon this constant. In other words, my friends, the densities of which your world is composed, and the densities of the other planes of existence as you know them, are time-dependent. Their permeability is a function of apparent speed.

Space may be thought of as linear, if time is thought of as volumetric. Or you may reverse the process, as you do within your limitation, and consider space volumetric and time linear. Either is true. And either may be perceived to be true, depending upon the limitations of your thought. It is possible to move linearly in space and volumetrically in time, all with the same movement. You can be aware of what you call the past, the present, and the future, simultaneously.

I am Oxal. I will leave you at this time. Adonai vasu borragus. It has been a great privilege. Peace be with you.

A long time ago I wrote the following notes/article to understand Oxal's words. Although time is an illusion we do in practice exist in 6 different dimensions.

Though time is an illusion, it's still quite complex and sparked some interest for me.

I hope these notes may spark some thought and discussion regarding space/time time/space and it's influence upon us.

[[

I write this to try to fundamentally understand what Oxal speaks of.

(Elementary math: In arithmetic and algebra, the cube of a number n is its third power — the result of multiplying it by itself three times. n³ = n × n × n.)

From the text we gather:

T3 / 3 = S3 Time in 3 dimensions has the relation = Space in 3 dimensions

S3 / 3 = T Space in 3 dimensions has the relation = Time in 1 dimension

This does not make sense. It might either be a typo (from L/L Research) or not, as: "The relationship between the two is the third power [of] displacement in either."

May it be?:

T3 / 3 = S Time in 3 dimensions has the relation = Space in 1 dimension. This is another reality, Time/Space

S3 / 3 = T Space in 3 dimensions has the relation = Time in 1 dimension. This is our 'physical' reality, Space/Time

Please correct me if I'm wrong at the Time/Space | Space/Time definitions.

My subjective conclusions of time-dimensions:

Time is here projected upon 1-dimensional space, since that is the only way I can understand time, and the way Time/Space must be defined.

Space/Time is defined by time, we can move around in our 'physical' reality but all changes takes linear time.

Time/Space is defined by space, we can move around in 'time' but it's made up by the frozen moments of the 'physical'.

I say 'physical' because there are no real physical objects, only signals translated by our minds.

While moving inside time-dimensions you may not influence the physical world [space] only perceive, it seems.

T1 = Time is X. 'Time' is= linear, as in our currently perceived world. An arbitrary X can be picked from [all time divided by infinity]: every physical moment frozen. You exist subjectively in X and may only move forward or backward or standing still in the linear 'time'. In our current reality we seem to move forward.

Thus you cannot really perceive true time as it really exists [only from memory]. This you can do in:

T2 = Relative Viewpoint is Y and 'time' is X. Time is actively perceived as linear from an arbitrary viewpoint. Your perception of time is altered depending on Y's relation to X.

You may perceive an infinite amount of X from an infinite amount of Y. You may now exist in Y while observing X, but you may only exist in 1 Y at the same time (alike to T1 being limited to 1 X at the same time).

Thus you can perceive all 'time' subjectively.

T3 = Relative Viewpoints are Y, Z and 'time' is X. Time is actively perceived as linear from two arbitrary points, id est may be perceived as backward and forward simultaneously = You exist in all time simultaneously. You may perceive an infinite amount of Y relating to an infinite amount of X. You may now exist in Z observing Y observing X.

Thus you can perceive all 'time' objectively since you can see all subjective variations of Y.

I do not know what Z is, or what happens when you alter the viewpoint of Z.

This would require a 4th dimension. I cannot understand a 4th dimension.

As from the T1 definition: 1-dimensional space is the essence of 1 point of all physical moments frozen. They are infinite in every moment that space exists.

As from the T2 definition: "Y" here becomes something able to understand these "essence of physical moments frozen". You can see it from different viewpoints, you see can see how all time affects 1 reference point.

As from the T3 definition: "Z" here is something to understand that there exists more than 1 reference point simultaneously, you see ALL the "essence of physical moments frozen" from ALL ways. Here you understand True time.

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http://www.llresearch.org/transcript...1973_0800.aspx

Time, my friends, is in your mind. There is only now, and there is only here. The reason that there appears to be a reciprocal nature between space and time in your world is because your world is, shall we say, designed to produce this illusion. It is an illusion necessary for certain catalytic actions that you enjoy in your present state for the purpose of your continued spiritual growth and evolution.

I will leave you now. I am Hatonn. I leave you, my friends, in the love and the light of the One Who is All. Adonai. Adonai vasu borragus.

I am Oxal. I am with this instrument. I have been called for the purpose of speaking to you on the nature and reality of time. Time is a field, like unto your electric field, your magnetic field. But what is a field, my friends? A field is an effect. A field is in your minds. A field has different effects at different distances. So does time. As you have recently stated, time and space are dependent, one upon another. It has also been stated that they are totally independent, and have no relationship. Both of these statements are true. It simply depends on your point of view. The people of your planet at present do not appreciate the number of dimensions that are available for one to experience the creation. All of these dimensions are made up of a single place and a single time, and, for that matter, a single dimension, which has no dimension. But it is necessary to go from where you are to where you will be.

Therefore, we shall speak of time as you know it and try to lead you to that place where you will know it.

Time is a field. It is space-dependent. Space is a field and is time-dependent. For this reason you recognize a reciprocal nature. The relationship between the two is the third power [of] displacement in either. This may be recognized by a simple equation or formula. There are three dimensions: therefore, the numeral “3” is used, both as a power and as a constant. T3 divided by 3 is equal to S3. S3 divided by 3 is equal to T.

Your present constant, that which you call the velocity of light, is the basic speed of the field. The permeability of that which you know as matter is dependent upon this constant. In other words, my friends, the densities of which your world is composed, and the densities of the other planes of existence as you know them, are time-dependent. Their permeability is a function of apparent speed.

Space may be thought of as linear, if time is thought of as volumetric. Or you may reverse the process, as you do within your limitation, and consider space volumetric and time linear. Either is true. And either may be perceived to be true, depending upon the limitations of your thought. It is possible to move linearly in space and volumetrically in time, all with the same movement. You can be aware of what you call the past, the present, and the future, simultaneously.

I am Oxal. I will leave you at this time. Adonai vasu borragus. It has been a great privilege. Peace be with you.

A long time ago I wrote the following notes/article to understand Oxal's words. Although time is an illusion we do in practice exist in 6 different dimensions.

Though time is an illusion, it's still quite complex and sparked some interest for me.

I hope these notes may spark some thought and discussion regarding space/time time/space and it's influence upon us.

[[

I write this to try to fundamentally understand what Oxal speaks of.

(Elementary math: In arithmetic and algebra, the cube of a number n is its third power — the result of multiplying it by itself three times. n³ = n × n × n.)

From the text we gather:

T3 / 3 = S3 Time in 3 dimensions has the relation = Space in 3 dimensions

S3 / 3 = T Space in 3 dimensions has the relation = Time in 1 dimension

This does not make sense. It might either be a typo (from L/L Research) or not, as: "The relationship between the two is the third power [of] displacement in either."

May it be?:

T3 / 3 = S Time in 3 dimensions has the relation = Space in 1 dimension. This is another reality, Time/Space

S3 / 3 = T Space in 3 dimensions has the relation = Time in 1 dimension. This is our 'physical' reality, Space/Time

Please correct me if I'm wrong at the Time/Space | Space/Time definitions.

My subjective conclusions of time-dimensions:

Time is here projected upon 1-dimensional space, since that is the only way I can understand time, and the way Time/Space must be defined.

Space/Time is defined by time, we can move around in our 'physical' reality but all changes takes linear time.

Time/Space is defined by space, we can move around in 'time' but it's made up by the frozen moments of the 'physical'.

I say 'physical' because there are no real physical objects, only signals translated by our minds.

While moving inside time-dimensions you may not influence the physical world [space] only perceive, it seems.

T1 = Time is X. 'Time' is= linear, as in our currently perceived world. An arbitrary X can be picked from [all time divided by infinity]: every physical moment frozen. You exist subjectively in X and may only move forward or backward or standing still in the linear 'time'. In our current reality we seem to move forward.

Thus you cannot really perceive true time as it really exists [only from memory]. This you can do in:

T2 = Relative Viewpoint is Y and 'time' is X. Time is actively perceived as linear from an arbitrary viewpoint. Your perception of time is altered depending on Y's relation to X.

You may perceive an infinite amount of X from an infinite amount of Y. You may now exist in Y while observing X, but you may only exist in 1 Y at the same time (alike to T1 being limited to 1 X at the same time).

Thus you can perceive all 'time' subjectively.

T3 = Relative Viewpoints are Y, Z and 'time' is X. Time is actively perceived as linear from two arbitrary points, id est may be perceived as backward and forward simultaneously = You exist in all time simultaneously. You may perceive an infinite amount of Y relating to an infinite amount of X. You may now exist in Z observing Y observing X.

Thus you can perceive all 'time' objectively since you can see all subjective variations of Y.

I do not know what Z is, or what happens when you alter the viewpoint of Z.

This would require a 4th dimension. I cannot understand a 4th dimension.

As from the T1 definition: 1-dimensional space is the essence of 1 point of all physical moments frozen. They are infinite in every moment that space exists.

As from the T2 definition: "Y" here becomes something able to understand these "essence of physical moments frozen". You can see it from different viewpoints, you see can see how all time affects 1 reference point.

As from the T3 definition: "Z" here is something to understand that there exists more than 1 reference point simultaneously, you see ALL the "essence of physical moments frozen" from ALL ways. Here you understand True time.

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