Jesus Christ: Time Traveler?

It’s an intriguing speculation: was Jesus Christ of Nazareth actually a time traveler? At first blush, the question may seem preposterous. Jesus is recognized as the Son of God by millions, a great prophet by others, and even an extraterrestrial by a few. Of course, if Jesus was, and is, the Son of God, then He would most certainly be an extraterrestrial, which after all only means not of this planet. Researchers who promote the hypothesis that Jesus is a time traveler who appears and disappears across the centuries point to specific examples in the Old Testament and the New Testament to support their assertions.

Those that theorize Jesus was a time traveler often refer to sections of the bible that do appear to offer intriguing glimpses that the extraordinary being called Jesus of Nazareth was not only a transcendental being, but also has the ability to cross the time stream as easily as a human might cross a tiny brook.

Many of those same researchers also point to the time travel refrences of Jesus claiming He appeared to Abraham with two companion travelers, took John the Beloved on a voyage to the future and even gave him a brief glimpse at the timeless eternity that encompasses all creation.

From Dialogues with Trypho, Chapter 56:

“Then I replied, ‘Reverting to the Scriptures, I shall endeavour to persuade you, that He who is said to have appeared to Abraham, and to Jacob, and to Moses, and who is called God, is distinct from Him who made all things, numerically, I mean, not [distinct] in will. For I affirm that He has never at any time done anything which He who made the world—above whom there is no other God—has not wished Him both to do and to engage Himself with.’

“If Christ could appear to people in the future like St. Faustina, could he not appear to people in the past, such as Adam, Abraham, and Moses?”

In the Catholic Forums the question was raised about the time traveling escapades of Christ.

Referring to Dr. Frank Tipler’s book, The Physics of Christianity, that promotes the idea Jesus transcends all time and space, the poster cites Tipler (the physicist who also wrote The Physics of Immortality) who claims that:

1. Jesus walked into the Garden of Eden seeking Adam. “When they heard the sound of the Lord (Jesus) God moving about in the garden at the breezy time of the day, the man and his wife hid themselves from the Lord God among the trees of the garden.” [Genesis 3:8]

2. Jesus conversed with Moses face-to-face. Exodus 33:9-11: “As Moses entered the tent, the column of cloud would come down and stand at its entrance while the Lord (Jesus) spoke with Moses. On seeing the column of cloud stand at the entrance of the tent, all the people would rise and worship at the entrance of their own tents. The Lord used to speak to Moses face-to-face, as one man speaks to another. Moses would then return to the camp, but his young assistant, Joshua, son of Nun, would not move out of the tent.”

Tipler has a history of investigation into the possible technology of time travel. Tipler is a proponent of the Omega Point Theory developed by Teilhard in The Future of Man and he also once postulated that gigantic rotating cylinders in space could warp spacetime enough to create a time warp effectively making it a time machine.

Another biblical section about time that’s often quoted is Joshua: 10:13 that reads: “And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies. Is not this written in the book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day.”

Did the Earth’s rotation truly stop? Considering the affect a cessastion of rotation would have had on the planet from the core outwards, it’s very unlikely the Earth stopped spinning. But, some argue, time could have been slowed to a virtual stop.

The Portals of Time reveals travels through time, perhaps even different universes. Time travel to see Jesus and temporal flight by Jesus is related by the shakti.

“After the usual exchange of greetings he asked if She could show him exactly how the Resurrection of Lord Jesus took place. On Earth Shri Mataji claimed that it is possible as “everything that was in the past since creation resides dormant in the Collective Subconscious.”

“‘If Shri Jesus did actually resurrect His physical body into the Spirit, then this supreme feat would still be accessible through the portals of the Time Dimension.’

“Suddenly a dazzling ray of Light shone diagonally from the heavens, onto the tomb of Shri Jesus. As they continued sitting in the meditative positions Shri Jesus emerged through the rock tomb in deep meditation.”

The “light” transported Jesus through time and space to another universe that humans through the millennia have refered to by various names: Heaven, Paradise, Valhalla, Olympus…

Time travel, the superuniverse and the superquanta

The afterlife, what some call another dimension, may actually be a superuniverse that encompases all the multiverses that are infinitely being created like soap bubbles in a swirling cosmic bubble bath.

This superuniverse is the domain of the Creator and is a place where all the Masters of the multiverse congregate.

It may also be a spiritual ‘Grand Central Station’ that is the crossroad to the infinite universes that exist in the ever expanding creation of everything that is: a super cosmic all.

The Masters battle entropy symbolized by the Devil

The ultimate good is order, and the ultimate evil chaos. The struggle if creation is awareness pitted against entropy, a natural tension the Creator made to add dynamism to existence.

Each universe has its own dimension that can overlap with other universes in the multiverse and all are tied into the holographic consciousness of sentient beings that have awareness. Because of the structure of existence and reality, the perception of time travels faster or slower in various dimensions. Each multiverse also has particles that are part of the quanta strung together like looped strings. The particles vibrate at slightly different frequencies in each universe and no universe exists that vibrates at the same rate.

Spiritual masters, be they humans or some other advanced lifeform, have what appears (to ordinary mortals) supernatural abilities.

Yet God is not really supernatural because all the natural laws extend from the Creator and all of existence is a part of the Creator.

Traveling through time and space has been demonstrated by many adepts on Earth, and is no doubt also done by many alien races throughout the multiverse.

Physically traveling through time and space is merely a matter of cognitive awareness and resetting the perception to adapt to a different rate of vibration permeating the super quanta that underlies and connects all of existence.


Quantum machines may someday bridge the universes

Someday in the future, technology may catch up to the abilities of the Masters and permit even non-adept mortals to use quantum machines like interdimensional bridges spanning the unimaginable gulfs between universes.

Once the technique has been learned and practiced, according to the masters, stepping outside the stream of time in any multiverse and re-entering it at another point is as simple as crossing a street.

This technique is also the basis for retrocausality and precognition. Everything thought of as paranormal are merely physical principles of the natural laws governing the multiverse. By the same token, what is thought of as extrasensory perception is utilizing the mind’s natural connection to the quanta, which in turn is connected to the fundamental natural laws that govern everything, and are also tethered to the Creator

So, yes, Jesus Christ is a time traveler. He is also a traveler through dimensions and universes. And when time can be transversed at will and intersected and interacted with at any point in any era, time becomes a labrynth of ever-changing possibilities and everything in the end is reduced to beauty, knowledge, order and love.

Yet is it truly surprising that everything leads to beauty, knowledge, order and love? After all, that is the definition of God.