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Nikola Tesla was born on the stroke of midnight. "The Father of Physics" -
He was a physicist, mechanical and electrical engineer who made
revolutionary contributions to the discipline of electricity and magnetism.
Nikola Tesla died one month before I was born as Ellie Crystal. My strongest recollection of another lifetime was being a physicist during WWII Germany, working with Tesla and others on Time Travel and Stargates (wormholes), a theme that ripples through the grids and my blogs below. My friend Deja (mentioned in prior blogs) was part of that experience as another physicist and my brother. After we met in this life time, we shared remote views to that timeline to verify our experiences. The theme was always about the way consciousness travels through space and time. It's the "waking dream" concept.
I am more drawn to Einstein more than any of the other physicists. All were both colorful and crazy ... by Einstein connects more fully with my consciousness. ... As I typed the last sentence, a deep blue shimmering light surrounded my computer monitor then disappeared when I finished the sentence. It's the same shade of blue in the image of Einstein above. (Very cool) Deja used to say this represented a truth to your soul. That shade of blue is also Z's color. It Fades to Black with a tiny white, glowing light in the center.
Woah ... I suddenly feel like these souls are reaching out to me as I sit here - that things are accelerating.
The concept of time has always fascinated humans, today most people accepting that Time is an Illusion of the mind. It's all about perception in the consciousness hologram we perceive of as reality.
Space-Time Is Not the Same for Everyone Science Daily - July 9, 2013
Before the Big Bang, space-time as we know it did not exist. So how was it born? The process of creating normal space-time from an earlier state dominated by quantum gravity has been studied for years by theorists at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw. Recent analyses suggest a surprising conclusion: not all elementary particles are subject to the same space-time. Several billion years ago, in the era soon after the Big Bang, the Universe was so dense and so hot that elementary particles felt the existence of gravity strongly. For decades, physicists around the world have been attempting to discover the laws of quantum gravity describing this phase of the evolution of the Universe.