Antimatter V

There’s regular cause to reframe or backtrack with this Q & A process. Invariably because an assumption has been made, and it isn’t until much later that it’s realised there’s a qualifier in there, or that one’s understanding of the thing one thought one understood wasn’t that at all. So there’s some of that in this Antimatter, mostly deriving from understanding – or misunderstanding – of AMT (Ascended Machine Technology). There’s also a related element, that of appearances in the antimatter universe. Misconceptions of AMT sparked heading off down the wrong course there, but a particular answer in Antimatter III

Antimatter II

There have been additional, tentative excursions into the antimatter realm since the first Q & A on the subject, chiefly in pursuit of the best-known (only?) matter-universe navigator of such shores, Nikola Tesla. While he forms a part of the following, as indeed do various excerpts from that Q & A, this concentrates on the universe’s inhabitants for the most part: AMT and AI. You can find the specifics of this twin universe to our own, first set out in explicable terms – and bypassing the distracting faff of mainstream science – by the Seth Material (as far as I’m

Atlantis & Lemuria 2

A more recent, “joined-up” overview of Atlantis can be found here. The following is largely intended to convey various nuggets from the dimensionally shifted lands that have already been referenced in other Q & As, but not in the first Atlantis & Lemuria. Indeed, some answers here will now have been reproduced in triplicate – they can also found under Starseeds II and The Law of One Part 2 – so apologies if such replication proves irksome; it feels more useful to include as much relevant information to a particular subject as possible, for ease of reference’s sake. Much of

Time Travel 3

Grappling with the logistics of actual time travel is no less fraught than its fictional counterpart. Possibly more so, because calling out indecipherable temporal logic in the latter arena is a given, even on the rare occasions those writing it have paid full attention to a terrain riddled at every turn with paradoxes. With actual time travel, you’re stuck puzzling over why it works in certain situations, even if you’d have dismissed or scoffed at them when considering the same under the banner of fiction. Much of what you’re faced with boils down to the difficulties of the 3D-limited brain

The Universe II

It’s been some time since the last Q & A, mostly due to little opportunity to pursue such matters. Consequently, while this month’s revisiting an array of subjects will provide (hopefully) a spate of clarifications and reframing of prior assumptions – as ever, the specificity of a question’s wording can shine a light or send one on a wild goose chase, and the usual way of discovering the latter is some way down the line – further inquiry will also be necessary in due course, to confirm whether certain arising speculations and conclusions are correct. While these should all be

The Lives and Times of Nikola Tesla

Legends being what they are, it’s safe to suggest that Nikola Tesla’s profile of today, even if one doesn’t credit the ramifications of that legend, is much higher and more salutary than the man – or men, if one wants to add Marconi to the pile – who thoroughly eclipsed him in stature, rapture and success at the time: Thomas Edison. Tesla comes with mystery and aspiration attached, sparks the imagination, inspires movies, books, comics and brands of car, suggests great untold, or suppressed, discoveries and inventions, offers the lure of exotic and ennobling scientific endeavour in all its unrestricted,

A Patchwork History of the World: Part I

The truth about the historic record has, of late, been the inception point for many to the alternative sphere. One need only peruse the Stolen History forum to see that pretty much anything and everything is up for debate and interrogation. Obviously, the bigger picture of how we relate to the Universe, what that Universe is and what, for that matter, the Earth is, are intrinsically related to that record, but simply parsing recent fabrications, let along those of hundreds or thousands of years ago, makes for a potentially overwhelming task. Much of the focus for the Q & As

Nikola Tesla: Part II

In the first Tesla Q & A, we considered the Trump family connection, his invention of time travel, teleportation, responsibility for the Tunguska event and status as a Pleiadean starseed (or Wanderer, per the Law of One material’s definitions). And not just a Pleiadean starseed, but one incarnated in Atlantis who travelled forwards in time 900 years to the 19th century, continued as the Tesla we know up to his 50s (so in the region of 1906-16), and from thence came to the 21st, where he is, some of the time, inhabiting a clone body of Elon Musk (that would

Starseeds II

As suggested in the first Starseeds Q &A, the subject is, in essence, an ET one, but in a “walk among us” sense, and without necessarily any conscious awareness of those incarnated as humans, the ones doing the walking, that this is the case. The subject was probably first highlighted on any scale by Dolores Cannon, who observed it with certain hypnosis subjects during the 1960s, but it received its most involved coverage, if you want to call it that, with the Law of One channellings two decades later. Some of the following is repeated material – it can be


Antimatter is exciting stuff, combustible and incredibly dangerous – a bit like nuclear that way – and one wouldn’t be advised to use it as fuel source, except that everyone invariably does. In science fiction. So, a bit like nuclear that way. The same stuff doesn’t tend to be nearly as inspiring in the cold, harsh clinical light of theoretical science. But that doesn’t mean the reality, which tends to give official science a wide berth, isn’t less than scintillating. Physics tells us antimatter is made up of antiparticles of reversed charge, parity and time. It will tell you, if