AnnH

Future Life POF with Geraldine

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In my last Personal Open Forum Question I asked about a future life. Michael's response was exciting and delightful. It's not just about a possible future I share with Geraldine, but about the tremendous and amazing work she and Troy have done. It makes me think about what I can do in my retirement (if I can retire ever). I have had visions of a bunch of Michael students in a library like place sorting through the material. When Eric M and I were collating it to present it to Geraldine at Geraldinapalooza in Seattle, I think we were both struck by the enormity of the material: Not just in amount but in scope.

 

There is no way at this point we can validate this material. But I do get the intuitive twanging of truth. That there is more in our philosophy than we have dreamt of. This could be a retirement project for me. I have had visions of a few Michael students sorting through, organizing, and debating this material in this lifetime.

 

Troy, I do not think you know what you and G accomplished. It's a book, dammit.

 

Here's my portion of the POF,

 

MEntity: A future life of interest may be "your" life in 2138 as a museum curator for "corrected history." By this time a great deal has been uncovered and recovered regarding ancient civilizations thought to have been mythical, such as Atlantis and Lemuria, and science has advanced to show a more accurate timeline of human evolution. You work with the fragment you know as Geraldine in making this as accessible as possible.
 

AnnH: That is so wonderful.

 

MEntity: The book she wrote with Troy is on display.

 

AnnH: Book on what?

 

MEntity: The Human Timeline

 

AnnH: That is a book, isn't it?

 

AnnH: Do I have an agreement to carry that on?

 

MEntity: In your time frame it is in initial stages, but it becomes part of her legacy and it reaches her hands again in "the future."

 

AnnH: I guess my question is; Do I have an agreement in this lifetime to ask more questions on that subject?

 

MEntity: You share in Agreements to help correct historic assumptions. In our look to a "future life" from this point, it would appear you have done so in the way we describe, but there are many variations.

 

AnnH: I guess my question is; Do I have an agreement in this lifetime to ask more questions on that subject?

 

MEntity: You share in Agreements to help correct historic assumptions. In our look to a "future life" from this point, it would appear you have done so in the way we describe, but there are many variations.

 

MEntity: Yes, you have Agreements, but not obligations. As the stages are reached for a return to work on this with us, many students will likely engage with us and with Troy in support of its fulfillment.

 

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Does this mean our timeline of parallels here makes this book in the future?

Or "was" it made in an alternate parallel where G didn't die of cancer?

 

Makes me interested to ask how I fit into this future puzzle, with all the summaries of the OLs...

Hmmm...

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Thank you Ann. From the first time I laid my eyes on the Human Timeline Project, I knew the world had to know it too.

I'm so proud of you guys :-) 

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Kurtis, I have no idea. I just asked about a future life. It's probably on the closest parallel to this one,

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10 hours ago, AnnH said:

Troy, I do not think you know what you and G accomplished. It's a book, dammit.

 

This is absolutely fantastic!!! Also - gives hope :)

Thanks for posting Ann!

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I got an upwelling of years when I read that Geraldine and Troy's book is completed and displayed in that future life. A combination of kind of second hand pride and missing being able to discuss those vast subjects with her (for the time being).

 

The Project is not just a passing interest for me. If I could afford it I would be pursuing all sorts of avenues of investigation. I would love to be able to participate in some way in future. This life or next!

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50 minutes ago, AnnH said:

Kurtis, I have no idea. I just asked about a future life. It's probably on the closest parallel to this one,

Nevertheless it's cool to see how what we do in life carries over to the next. :)

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