Life as we know it

The Ethics of a Time Traveler

Reality is more convoluted than a Delores Cannon book suggests. Earth bound citizens might as well be on 2 dimensional plane of existence? 3D life will be a quantum leap.

John Ege
8 min readFeb 22, 2024

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H.G. Wells, the Time Machine may have introduced modernity to the concept of a technological way to move through the 4th dimension, but that scientific venture necessarily invokes a philosophy and ethic that must be seriously weighed. Should humanity, or any other agent or agency, human or otherwise, have the ability to time travel, the ethical weight of any decision becomes the highest regard. If a single butterfly can affect the weather anywhere on Earth by the mere flapping or not flapping of a wing, then once a butterfly slips the bounds of the continuity trap of its life it changes the universe.

The Continuity Trap might be a thing. The Mandela Effect is evidence we can escape the trap. Reality will look very different from the perspective of a time traveler.

If Remote Viewing is real, becoming a time traveler is as easy as learning the technique. If Remote Influencing is real, then the US Government hiding and denying the possibility of technological or psychological abilities that we could all easily…

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John Ege

LPC-S, Assistent State Director for MUFON, TX, and father of 1... Discovering the Unseen through Art, Word, Thought, and Mystery.