Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is?

Night before last, when I was trying to come up with a topic for a quasi-theory for last night’s show, I whined in a message to the Reverend Jeff that I was drawing a blank on said topic. He suggested doing one on time travel. I replied that I didn’t believe in time. This, despite the evidence of my hair turning white. He then gave me time to come up with a topic by moving the show to Thursday night, although it was not moved simply to accommodate me.

Why do I not believe in time? It’s because whenever I look, it is always now. I think we think time is real only because we look at time through the wrong end of the telescope of consciousness, so to speak, so to speak metaphysically.

Physics says the universe has four sensible: dimensions, up and down, sideways, front and behind, and time. The number of necessary dimensions to account for everything below the atomic level are open to some debate, but 10 or 11 are broadly agreed on. But the now doesn’t really show up as one of them, as far as I can tell, but it is there as an assumption.

The old metaphysics of the ancient world took the now as the eternal basis for everything else. I will briefly discuss the Hindu version of this, one, because I consider myself a Hindu, philosophically, and two, because they are still alive and can explain it. I will leave the Sanskrit terms out of it.

What do I mean by the eternal now? It is that in which the past, present, and future appear to occur. It is that in which all individual discrete things exist. It is consciousness itself, before the objective universe pops up. It is the ocean of all consciousness, unconditioned pure beingness. There is no time as such. Time is a limitation that consciousness imposes on itself, so that limited creation can appear.

There are five of these self-imposed limitations. They are time, space, limited power, limited knowing, and desire, desire for limited, objectified experience. These five limitations make an infinite number of limited beings within the ocean of all consciousness, beings which include all the gods and goddesses, all the universes, galaxies, planets, us, all the what all there is, has been and will be, anything which is perceived as an individual object, is the result of those five limitations.

The five limitations make us look through the wrong end of the telescope of our consciousness. They are the telescope of our consciousness. Reverse the telescope and you begin to see the now. The now is very quasi.

Woo Squatches know all of this, of course, which is why we must habituate them and learn to use those portals and mind speak with them. The ancient aliens taught them everything.

First shared on the Squatcher’s Lounge Podcast:

 

3 thoughts on “Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is?

  1. melanielopez0214

    Yes I do we as a world are witnessing something a bit scary or complicated from a non faith scientific view. It’s Age of Aquarious and we have entered into this already. The horizon is gliming we are getting a glimpse of light. It’s light something pulling us out of the black hole. Some the world will wake up and if not prepared it will come as a shock.

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    1. bhaidin1 Post author

      Melanie–
      Have you read any of my poetry on the poetry tab at the top of my blog? Most of them are mine.
      Thanks for reading my blog. Most of the front page posts are intended to be a bit silly, with a bit of what I really think thrown in.

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  2. melanielopez0214

    Time. The Bible is still in time once completely fulfilled time will ceast to excist as in a sense of we are waiting for this or that to occur. I can honestly in the spirit realm say it’s finished I understand the Bible I’m writing about I’m paralyzed abit though it’s a solo mission I’m hurt IV checked out drawen close to God waiting for heaven. I can’t comprehend the evil. I’m bringing it to life once it’s over in the fkesh we must record and cemet it’s value it’s law and a clear understanding tried and true as to why it’s alive and it’s the standard of truth. I not a holy roller. But my story is a long one of suffering. My biggest battle was watching the world steal my book of life story and banking on it leaving me for dead.

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