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Last nights C2C show talked about Time and Time Travel by Dr. David Anderson.

Fascinating... he claims that he developed equipment that allows him to travel through time. forward and backward.

He states: "We do not see space, time and the universe the way they are, we see space, time and the universe the way we are." ~David Lewis Anderson

Exactly! That's what I was talking about last week.

"Next" may very well be "minimumly effective", like Ed says.

If that's the case, when using "next" as a cue qualifier, in ARV sessions that "nail" the target but seemed to be wrong, may have been perfectly correct, but not on the target the viewer thought...

Mon Feb 01, 2010 5:43 pm
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Hello, Alex
I also listened to that program. It was very interesting and has prompted many questions for me.

Since then I have been very curious about the context of the Matrix and how it possibly relates to time.

I have these questions, if you could take a moment to consider, please:
What exactly is the context of Matrix (I don't mean the properties, or the information it can deliver) but, for instance, is the Matrix a collection of everyone's thoughts?

If one holds the belief that time doesn't really exist, that it was created as a construct to experience life, how does the Matrix relate? Is it conscious?

My thinking is :
If man can create an instrument (or possibly use his/her mind) to "bend" time, then would it be considered "mind over matter"? If so, then how would that affect the Matrix?

Thank you very much for your consideration and your TIME...

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Tue Feb 02, 2010 4:41 pm
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sorry I don't know what the "matrix" is.... I don't know that anyone knows.. It just works...Alex

Tue Feb 02, 2010 7:32 pm
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Ed Dames wrote:
Next is cue qualifier, not a cue. It is 100% effective against gross physical events, but minimumly to partially effective vs. epiphenomenal ones.

Can anyone think of an example of a cue with a qualified epiphenomenal event?

I understand this is something to be avoided when building a cue. However I've read a few definitions of the word and I'm still having difficulty understanding how this situation might arise when building a cue.


: a secondary phenomenon accompanying another and caused by it; specifically : a secondary mental phenomenon that is caused by and accompanies a physical phenomenon but has no causal influence itself


Mon Sep 20, 2010 7:17 am
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Post Re: Direction of Time...
Edwin: Let me take a (possibly bad) stab at this with an example:

Steve Fawcett / precise location
Jimmy Hoffa / precise location

As their body parts are not physically in one location but strewn about over a wide area, you will get many different target sites, all precise.

The problem isn't the cue qualifier, it indeed works, however this particular application yields not the answer you were looking for.

Thus you will not be able to use geofix to hone in on a singular point of location because there is not a singular point.

I have another hypothesis on the time thing but that will have to wait....

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Wed Oct 20, 2010 5:20 pm
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I would put my two cents in as...time is only relavent on earth. It seems to only matter to us humans. Past or present is just a notch in eternity; now try to RV that!!!

Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:57 pm
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Ed stated:
Next is cue qualifier, not a cue. It is 100% effective against gross physical events, but minimumly to partially effective vs. epiphenomenal ones.

I have looked up epiphenomenal also and am still unclear as to what kind of event would be a epiphenomenal.

Does anyone know for sure what Ed meant here?

What would be an example of an epiphenomenal event?

Tue Feb 01, 2011 5:37 am
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Lightning, carcinomas, road rage, the birth of Dan Ellis, ad infinitum.

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