Time as you think of it does not exist, yet
in your terms, time’s true nature could be understood if the basic
nature of the atom was ever made known to you.
In one way, an atom could be compared to a microsecond.
It seems as if an atom “exists” steadily for a certain amount of time.
Instead it phases in and out, so to speak.
It fluctuates in a highly predictable pattern and rhythm.
It can be perceived within your system only at certain points in this
fluctuation, so it seems to scientists that the atom is steadily
They are not aware of any gaps of absence as far as the atom is
In those periods of nonphysical projection, the off periods of
fluctuation, the atoms “appear” in another system of reality.
In that system they are perceived in what are “on” points of
fluctuation, and in that system also then the atoms (seem to) appear
The SETH MATERIAL