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Desislava Tomova

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The machine that takes us now to the future, now to the past, exists, , owing to a few eccentric and of course brilliant scientists. Theories and evidence by Desislava Tomova

What do we mean by "time"?

The definition goes, "Time is a continuous change of phenomena and matter states – irreversible and at a regular pace, it proceeds from the past to the future". However, is this enough, considering the evolution of knowledge in recent years? Rather not...

During the 20th century, Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity served as a cornerstone in the explanation of many physical phenomena. Kurt Godel, a colleague of Albert Einstein’s, used it to arrive at the idea of time travel and prove the theoretical possibility of returning to the past.

However, our reality which brims with miraculous phenomena and statistics cannot be explained unambiguously. The number of sceptics in the world of science is always growing. This does not imply denial but expansion and creation of a new theory aimed at justifying other states and phenomena occurring under supergravity and faster-than-light velocities, demonstrating multidimensional states, and inevitably leading to concepts such as "dark matter", "hyperspace", "thin energies", etc.

Let us look ... back in time

The year is 1943, the month, August. According to news in the press, the US Navy carry out an experiment in Philadelphia named "Project Rainbow" using the U.S.S. Eldridge destroyer. The experiment is based on Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein’s research. The idea is to make the ship invisible to radars. The vessel becomes enshrouded in a mystical green glow and not only turns invisible but also briefly appears in another, quite distant place. It moves from Philadelphia to the Norfolk Naval Base.

Curious and mysterious things happen to its crew as well: some crew members appear 40 years after their disappearance, not in Philadelphia but on Long Island. In the 1950s and 1960s, Italian priest and theologian Alfredo Ernetti studied ancient music and in his attempts to restore lost parts of old musical pieces, decided to use the Pythagoras-old statement that each study played and speech given are recorded as information in a certain field whch was later called "akashic records" by esoteric writers and "information matrix" by scientists. It has been recorded that Father Ernetti succeeded in building a time machine and using it to a certain extent. Wernher von Braun, a renowned rocket constructor and scientist, has been mentioned as his collaborator. Over a period of 40 years, a total of twelve scientists participated in the various phases of the experiment. The machine was named Chronovisor. In the 1970s, the experiments gradually ceased. It seems unlikely that the Vatican "silenced" Ernetti. According to American writer.Baird Spalding, Ernetti’s device was built and actively used.

Kozyrev’s mirrors

The research and experiments carried out by the professor in the Pulkovo Observatory went beyond purely theoretical conclusions and analysis. Kozyrev developed a complete and original theory of time, considering it not as a mathematical quantity (a scalar) but as being closely related to the physical system and in particular to matter, since space has physical properties besides its geometric ones. According to Kozyrev, time is energy capable of concentrating (shrinking) or dispersing (extending). He was actually able to achieve the time shrinking effect. His experiment with mirrors built as cylindric spirals, with people inside, had remained unfathomable even to this day. Volunteers who subjected themselves to Kozyrev’s mirrors were recorded to have had various anomalous psycho-physical sensations. They sensed "going out of their own bodies", fits of telekinesis, telepathy and even conveying thoughts from a distance. One of the goals was to study and train human abilities for clairvoyance, predicting future events, delving into past ones. According to the data gathered, these abilities increased sharply while staying inside the experimental set-up. Kozyrev explained the phenomena thus, "Inside the mirror rooms, time density changes, which sharpens extrasensory perception". People who spent a few hours inside the set-up started feeling like participants in long-gone historical events and saw familiar and completely unfamiliar happenings as if on a screen. The workings of the interaction between the mirrors, time and human consciousness are yet to be studied, and it is still impossible to say whether participants in the experiment get transported to the actual events of the past or this is a reflection of these events (a chronomirage) coming to us in the present.

The Kailash Time Machine

A far more grandiose effect than Kozyrev’s mirrors has been investigated by Russian scientist and remarkable ophthalmologist Ernest Muldashev and described in his publication "In Search of the City of Gods". In 1999, a group of scientists came across the largest formation of pyramids ever, situated in Tibet on the sacred Kailash Mount. The travellers beheld unsuspected and mysterious sights. They counted over 100 pyramids and various monuments encircling a central pyramid 6714 m tall. Against the pyramids, one could see stone structures with concave or flat surfaces which resemble stone mirrors. The scientists had reasons to believe that the enormous stone "mirrors" exerted some effect on the characteristics of time. Professor Muldashev, head of the expedition, gave an interview about the wonder of the millennium called Tibetan pyramids. A rigorous mathematical regularity links them to the Egyptian and Mexican pyramids as well as Easter Island, Stonehenge and the North Pole.

According to Kozyrev, time is energy capable of being concentrated (shrunk) or dispersed (extended). His experiments demonstrate the time shrinking effect. We may therefore assume that the "stone mirrors" in Tibet have the same property. This is a possible explanation for the peculiar death of the four climbers who somehow grew old within a year. They may have experienced the effect of the "mirrors". We must also mention that according to many scientists, the pyramids are capable of concentrating "thinner" types of energy, and combined with the "mirrors of time", they may exert a strong influence on the space-time continuum – that is why the Kailash complex has been called a "time machine".

Unfortunately, contemporary science is only now beginning to realise that such energies exist and does not yet have the tools and devices to study them. We can only say that the ones who built the Kailash mirror pyramidal complex were aware of the laws of time and thin energies and capable of controlling them. These energies are probably "formotropic", that is, they depend on the shape of the structure.

Can we screen the passage of time?

Kozyrev responds positively. The time-registering system can be insulated from the processes around. All sorts of solid substances can be used as screens – metal plates, glass, ceramics. While he explored time screening, he used a very thin glass plate covered by fine aluminum dust in one of his experiments. Such a thin screen cannot cause absorption, yet it did decrease the time passage effects almost twice. It turned out that besides absorption, there can also be time reflection, the aluminum plate acting as the reflector. What would happen if instead of an aluminum plate, we place a concave mirror? It appears that the mirror may collect and concentrate the time effect in its focal point. In other words, we may obtain a "time telescope", a potentially irreplaceable aid in the exploration of close and distant worlds in space.

Research Institute of the Parallel World

It dated back to the time of Stalin and was linked to the names of prominent scientists, including Kurchatov. Lavrentiy Beria liquidated the institute, along with dozens of its leading scientists. It was relaunched in 1987 on the Anjou Islands near Novosibirsk, but on 30 August 1989 its activities came to an abrupt end. An extraordinarily powerful explosion destroyed not only the 780-ton experimental module but also the 2 sq. km archipelago. According to one explanation, the module with three experimenters inside clashed into a huge object – probably an asteroid, in a parallel world or on their way to one. This is also how they lost their propulsion system which probably remained in the parallel world.

Vadim Chernobrov’s experiments

In the late 1980’s, the Russian scientist used electromagnetic pumps to change slightly the passage of time, achieving a slowdown of 1.5 seconds after a one-hour exposure. His book The Secrets of Time was published in 1999, and in 2001, he created another "time machine" model and performed an experiment in the vicinity of Volgograd. Using oscillators with a symmetric crystal, he slowed time inside the experimental field of his machine down to 10 percent of its normal speed. People who spent time inside the field felt funny – as if they had moved to another world. For them, life passed simultaneously here and "there", as if space were unfolding.

The questions waiting for an answer

There are many of them: can time run reversely, is its passage constant, are there time quanta, is there anti-time, is the time machine possible at all... Their answers would imply that we live in a world where the future and the past are empty words, encountering each other only within human and all living beings.

A galactic hitchhiker

For Vadim Chernobrov, the time machine is also a ... vehicle. The Russian scientist leads a group of researchers calling themselves Kosmopoisk, who have been trying to discover the remnants of Noah’s Arc – so far unsuccessfully!

Their most recent expedition took them to the coast of Gelendzhik, a Turkish Black Sea resort. Comparison of Biblical evidence has convinced Chernobrov that this is the place where he should begin the new quest for any surviving parts of the vessel that let man and the animals survive the Deluge.

The Russian is also famous for his encyclopedia of mysterious sites in his country, but it was the publication of the two books Time Machine and The Mysteries of Time in the 1990s that made him really popular. If he manages to unravel those secrets, he would resolve a host of other questions. This is why he experiments so intensely. Curiously, one of his devices aiming to "slow down" time draws its power from an ... accumulator.

'Usuri' magazine 56 (10/2008)