The Mysteries Of Time As Revealed By President Donald Trump And Nikola Tesla
In mid March 1955, Albert Einstein, one of the mankind’s most revered theoretical physicists, learned of the death of his lifelong friend and collaborator Michele Besso—and in writing to Besso’s family to express his condolences, wrote these now famous words: “Now he has departed from this strange world a little ahead of me. That means nothing. People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.”
In Einstein’s letter to the Besso family, his reference to “people like us” was a description of those believing in “block time” (or “block universe”) whose theory is due to its description of space-time as an unchanging four-dimensional “block”, as opposed to the view of the world as a three-dimensional space modulated by the passage of time—and is, also, a philosophy of time called “Eternalism” that takes the view that all points in time are equally real, as opposed to the idea that only the present is real.
Being fascinated with the concepts of life, death and time after the death of his beloved mother, Tesla poured himself into research that gave him his first indication that space and time might be influenced by using a highly magnetic field—and who almost died, in March 1895, when he was accidently struck by 3.5 million volts of electricity—but who afterwards told a reporter from the New York Herald that when he was in contact with the resonance from that powerful electromagnetic charge, he “went out of his space and time window” and said that he had been able to “see the past, the present and the future at the very same time”.
On 7 January 1943, at the age of 86, and in the midst of World War II, Nikola Tesla died alone in Room 3327 of the New Yorker Hotel—and with fears being rampant that he had been working on a “Death Ray” to help the Allies win their war against the Nazis, the FBI immediately sealed off his room and called one of America’s greatest scientific minds of that time to examine and catalog all of his work—whose name was John G. Trump, and who, also, was the paternal uncle of President Donald J. Trump.
President Trump’s uncle John was an American electrical engineer, inventor, and physicist and recipient of US President Ronald Reagan’s National Medal of Science, was a member of the National Academy of Engineering noted for his developing rotational radiation therapy, and who, together with Robert J. Van de Graaff, developed one of the first million-volt X-ray generators—but whose knowledge and possessions of Nikola Tesla’s research into “time” explains one of the greatest mysterious confronting our world today—can information about our present be transferred to the past.
Known as “informational time anomalies” in intelligence community speak, numerous examples exist of peoples in the past obtaining and recording facts relating to future events—a few of the most famous examples being:
The novella Futility, written in 1898 by US writer Morgan Robertson, that described the largest ship of its day, called the Titan, as being “unsinkable”—but on its maiden voyage hit an iceberg and sunk costing the lives of thousands—and nearly exactly matched the events occurring 14 year later, in 1912, when the Titanic sank.
The X-Files television spinoff series Lone Gunman airing its pilot episode, on 4 March 2001, and having a storyline about planes being hijacked in order to crash them into the World Trade Center buildings in New York City as part of a US government plot—and that nearly exactly matched the events which occurred on 11 September 2001 (9/11).
A said to be former CIA operative named David Booth who, in early May 1979, had his “prediction” fully documented by the US government about an American Airlines jet crashing—and that was followed, on 25 May 1979, when an American Airlines jet crashed in Chicago becoming what remains today as the United States worst air disaster in history—and has since that time led many others to speculate that Booth was, or maybe still is, a part of the CIA’s highly secretive “team of clairvoyants” known to exist.
Fortune tellers, soothsayers, seers, prophets, you name it, have been scattered throughout all of human history—but it is only in our modern technological times that many of the world’s greatest scientific minds are beginning to come to an eerie conclusion that, indeed, information about present events are able to be transmitted to the past—that in the past only “selected” people were able to decode and record due to their genetics, but in the future could be done by Artificial Intelligence super computers.These “selected” people able to decode future “messages”, also, operate in great secrecy never divulging their methods choosing, instead, to “sprinkle” what they’ve discovered into popular texts—that in the past were mostly religious works, but in today’s world is being done through various mass media means.
Donald Trump bought John DeLorean’s New Jersey estate.
DeLorean’s personal finances took a toll in the wake of DMC’s collapse, and by 2000, he had no choice but to sell his 400+ acre estate in New Jersey. A certain presidential hopeful who should carry the toupee demographic bought it… and promptly turned it into a not-too-shabby golf club. As if this whole story could not get any stranger haha.
Donald Trumps Uncle John G. Trump – MIT Archived Interview.