Evidence that our ancestors knew how to travel in time.

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The great physicist and visionary of the 19th century, Nikola Tesla, was obsessed with time travel. He worked on a time machine and supposedly succeeded, declaring, “I was able to see the past, the present, and the future at the same time.” If we look at history, we will find numerous texts that can be interpreted as evidence of time travel. When Albert Einstein published his theory of relativity in 1905, it generated an echo in the scientific community, opening the page for many questions such as: “Is time travel a possibility?”

In the Bible, the prophet Jeremiah was sitting together with some of his friends, and there was a boy. His name was Abimelech, and Jeremiah said to Abimelech: Come out of Jerusalem, there is a hill, and gather some figs for us. The boy went out and picked fresh figs. Suddenly, Abimelech hears a noise, feels a wind in the air, and is unconscious. After a while, he wakes up, and saw that it was almost night. So when he returns to the city he sees that it is full of strange soldiers. And he says: ‘What’s going on here? Where are Jeremías and all the others? ’ And an old man responds: “That was 62 years ago.” This is a time travel story written in the Bible.

If you look at the Mahabharata, written in the 8th century B.C., King Raivata is described as traveling to the heavens to meet the creator god Brahma, only to return to Earth hundreds of years in the future. In Japan, the legend of Urashima Taro describes the story of a fisherman’s visit to the protector god of the sea – Ryūjin in an underwater palace for what seemed like only three days. When he returns to his fishing village, he finds that 300 years have passed since he left

Ancient scholars say that the first man, Adam, saw the future. A Jewish commentary on Torah, from the first five books of the Bible, states that God gave Adam the opportunity to look to the future. These sages claim, that in the moments that followed his sin, Adam was allowed to see the pages of future history, to see the One who would be fit to act as leader, who would bring the world back to the state of perfection that God tried in the beginning.

Adam was condemned to die the day he sinned. Scripture says that he was 130 years old when Seth was born and lived another 800 years after that. He died at the age of 930 years. He had 70 years to complete his full day. Peter 3: 8 tells us: “But, beloved, do not ignore this: that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.” Which implies that one day according to God’s perspective, may well be a thousand years.

According to Jewish scholars, Adam was able to look to the future and see that David was destined to carry out the purpose God had assigned him, although he also apparently observed that he would live only for a short period of time. They declare that Adam then gave David the 70 years of his own life so that he could carry out his mission …