Quantum Exercise: Changing “Christmas Past”

The perennial Charles Dickens story, A Christmas Carol, tells the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, the greedy business-partner and cold-hearted employer who changes his outlook on life after a visit by four ghosts: the ghost of his kindred-spirit business partner, the Ghost of Christmas Past, the Ghost of Christmas Present, and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. According to experiments conducted by some experimental physicists, Scrooge could have gone further and used certain protocols to change even the nasty “Christmas past.” 

Their past-alteration experiments conform to the rigors of scientific method, and the qualifications of the experimenters are not in question. So, how do we account for the apparent ability to use focused intent—willpower—in the present to alter outcomes that have already occurred? Are test subjects actually changing the past? PluribusOne™ has explored this intriguing possibility and concluded that the answer is: Yes, and No. 

Yes, such experiments do produce good evidence that the past can be changed. But, No, that is not a correct interpretation of those compelling results. How can both answers be correct? Because it is not the past within a continuum that changes; it is the experience of the past that changes as a result of the conscious intention that the past be something other than the past that has been experienced. How, then, can a person—and one not suffering from Multiple Personality Disorder—experience, in effect, two or more “pasts” that can be evidenced scientifically? If nothing is impossible, how is retrocausality possible? 

Contrary to existing quantum physics-based theories, the past never changes—nor is there a need.  In the infinitude of Omniverse, all possibilities exist, all possible pasts, presents, and futures. From the standpoint of the highest structures of Consciousness, the foundational dimensions of Omniverse, Time is a construct just as Space is a construct. From the perspective of Source Energy Awareness (SEA), nothing is moving or changing—everything simply IS. 

When a person uses focused intent s/he is making a connection with Consciousness at the point where it becomes Time, at the point where thought prepares to take shape as substance. Think of the first dimension of Time as a constantly spinning channel selector on an old-style television set, except that the number of channels is endless and each one represents a separate universe. We can select and follow any particular path of cause-and-effect experience. We can also—by focusing on a particular desire—shift our conscious experience to a different universe where that desire fits into a different causal flow. In fact, we do it “all the time.”

Omniverse is a rational construct; each parallel universe within it is a rational construct. The effect of making abrupt “lane changes” can, however, create cognitive effects that make it appear that the universe is irrational. The apparent irrationality is due to the overlay of memories—the memory of a cause from one universe that does not logically precipitate expected effects in another. Overlaid memories are temporary, sometimes momentary, but they can be retained for long periods by repetitively recalling them. 

Somewhere and some-when, every day is, was, and will be a perfect holiday. As singer-songwriter John Lennon said it: “Reality leaves a lot to the imagination.” Imagine that.

[See also our related posts: “A Real Dream,” “Castle Keep to Kingdom Come,” and “Multidimensionality and Turbulence Theory,” among others.]

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