Time Travel With Remote Viewing (Part II)
There’s a difference between remote viewing and mind projection. With remote viewing you see the screen so the view is independent from your being on location whereas if you enter the screen with your mind then you are starting the process of surrounding yourself within the scenes. You can begin the process with the screen viewer and then expand it by surrounding yourself with the scene by taking the next step and projecting into the scene with your mind. That’s the two ways you can see the past.
If you astral project you can’t enter the past without passing through the time barrier. If you did that you might alter a change in the past history whereas you can’t with remote viewing or mind projecting. If you only remote view – then it’s like viewing your computer screen – only larger in the view. Your mind projects the view by honing into the past event. To enter it you must then expand the mind projection to be within the scene. That’s how things are viewed at the Great Hall of Records. The screen used for remote viewing is an extension available to every intelligent creation. All minds are interconnected to that screen. To “enter it” – that being the scene of event – doesn’t mean you are astral projecting. The scene is actually around you like when you practiced mind projection in the Cave – you’re not physically-celestially there.
Can you enter the Sacred garden after the humans were banished from it? Do you think the Cherubs of that era will sense your presence? It’s impossible to enter the Garden of Eden after sin took place even if you remote view or mind project. Yahweh’s Command to not enter carries over in all things. If you did, the viewing or mind projection would be terminated. What about viewing the scenes up to and during the Global Flood? Imagine walking under water and watching both humans and the Nephilim drowning – that is a powerfully emotional experience….