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.

“Everything is Dual; everything has poles; everything has its pair of opposites; like and unlike are the same; opposites are identical in nature, but different in degree; extremes meet; all truths are but half-truths; all paradoxes may be reconciled.

The Kybalion: Chapter X: Polarity

The person who wrote the before-mentioned quote is dealing with subjective reality, relative truth. When dealing with timelines and fundamental outcomes his opinion, his subjectivity is irrelevant.

Bill Wood with Lisa Harrison“, Feb 9, 2012. Lisa M. Harrison. Online interview. At 34:09 Bill Wood discusses timelines and how they were perceived by Project Looking Glass. Accessed Jan. 31, 2022.

Stephan Popiotek“, June 12, 2014. Super Soldier Talk. Online interview. At 1:09:03 Stephan Popiotek discusses timetravel and influencing past timelines to change the current timeline. Accessed Jan. 31, 2022.

Consciousness-Assisted Technology of Extraterrestrials“, May 20, 2022. Gaia. Online interview. At 8:55 Dr. Steven Greer discusses assisted viewing technology. Accessed May 20, 2022.

Chapter X: Polarity“, 2022. The Kybalion Resource Page. Accessed May 19, 2022.

James Rink – Temporal Civil War“, February 18, 2023. Super Soldier Talk. Online interview. General discussion about ‘Project Looking Glass’, teleportation and influencing other timelines. Accessed May 26, 2023.

also see “Timeline Convergence“.