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666-relationship to recent modern day history

Updated on September 23, 2009

Have you ever wondered about the mark of the beast in the new testament?

It seems that it was meant to be a message concerning todays headlines in the news for at least the last century.

The odds of this alpha-numerical sequence of letters, words and phrases being by chance is astronimically high.

It is an indication that there is an intellegent force at work ,that knows the future as well as the past

Could there be time travelers,or a time machine that exists that would allow such knowledge to be available for such an improbable set of informative meassages?

I've heard of the Akashic records which are supposed to be an automatic record of everything done by everyone at anytime. Could this have some connecton to the biblical reference to the book of the living that is supposed to be opened at the end of time? Only time will tell.

Though it does beg the question ,can the past and the future be changed?

Obiously the only way to change the past ,is to go back to the past .

Therefore the person who goes back to the past,assuming it is the past from his timeline as there is a theory that says that there are an infinite number of timelines.So going back to one particular timeline would seem unlikely unless it could be tuned in  like a radio station is tuned in.Although even radiostations signals have harmonics to deal with.which have several frequency variations to deal with.So to perfectly tune in to onely one must be a matter of trial and error.

Perhaps changing one timeline could change all the others to some extent,but to what extent who knows?   


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      Tony McGregor 

      9 years ago from South Africa

      I must confess I'm not much into this kind of speculation - does it really do us any good to ask these questions?

      As for changing the past, that is clearly not possible I believe, though what can change is the way we see the past - because that depends on our attitude.

      thanks for sharing a fascinating series of questions.

      Love and peace


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      9 years ago from Windermere, FL

      Someonewhoknows, it's an interesting question, but I just don't know about these things. Maybe someone has a good Biblical definition or answer and we can all learn.

      Don White


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