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Paradox of Time

The paradox of time (and timelines) is that when a negative event is created with a negative charge; unwittingly the opposite positive event is created as a possibility on the same density (of a particular dimension). These two extremes are inherit to polarity; which is of dualistic nature.

Therefore every outcome on a timeline will have two distinct choices which represent the outer spectrum of polarity; either positive or negative, with many less extreme choices and their resulting outcomes in between. There is always an opposite charged choice which is created to contrast a particular choice / event; when either choice is made, and there is no avoiding this basic principle in duality.

Bill Wood with Lisa Harrison” Feb 9, 2012. YouTube Interview.  At 34:09 Bill Wood discusses timelines and how they were perceived by Project Looking Glass.

Stephan Popiotek” June 12, 2014. Super Soldier Talk. At 1:09:03 Stephan Popiotek discusses timetravel and influencing past timelines to change the current timeline.