Thanks, Coach–I’ll also post a separate gifting request, as promised. It’s very very nice to get direct reports from psychics into the record.
Weak, sometimes temporary separations between worlds/timelines are not uncommon and I wonder if an increase in these experiences indicates a trend relative to our group effforts. I think a lot of time loss experiences can be understood in the context of the omnipresent arschwartze agencies (CIA, NSA, MI5/6, etc.) taking people out of time on a routine basis to exploit them. Alien abductions might account for less of these, though gaining time is surely someting less offensive.
I knew a reputable woman in Maine, years before we got started with orgonite, who told me that when she and her sister were kids their mother warned them to stay away from a certain vacant, undeveloped area on the edge of town but didn’t explain why. They took a shortcut home through this area and found themselves among dinosaurs and strange plants but managed to get back out. When they told their mom about it she became furious because she had apparently also experienced that, so warned them away [Image Can Not Be Found] No wonder STeven King is from Maine, eh?
Don Bradley told Carol and I that the first gifting he did toward Ventura County was along the Ventura Highway, which was the first freeway built in LA. For a space of time he saw some flowering bushes in the median strip that hadn’t been there since the 1930s, then he went thru some sort of barrier and got back into the present. He told us that he was worried that he’d get stuck in the 1930s and felt a lot of relief when he popped back to the present. That was in 2002, I think.
I’m going to keep posting the time-bizarrities in this thread, including the following that I just received:
Greetings Don and Carol
I was just reading your ‘time wobble’ posts, and thought you might want to hear about this one:… a couple of weeks before Christmas this year, a friend and I stopped by a large mall, entering directly into a J.C. Penny store. Immediately inside the entrance was a very busy checkout counter with 2 employees and a line of 4-5 people waiting. We were only in the store about 5 minutes, and we exited the same door we came in ……. except, when we started back out, the formerly busy checkout was deserted! In fact , it wasn’t even available for use, as the store was in the midst of renovations and this counter clearly was not ‘finished’.
Now we both agreed and observed the same thing. Also, this was the only outside entrance to this store, so it could not have been a case of ‘mistaken identity’ as to which door we used. My intuition tells me that we entered and left this store on different time lines, or we somehow ‘slipped’ into an alternate reality for a few minutes. Probably the strangest thing I have ever personally witnessed! well, except for the murder attempt (by auto accident, of course) on us a few months ago, but that is another story!
Sorry for the long email! Hope you and yours are well!