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Beyond the Year 3000

Beyond the Year 3000

Tonight's guest, Dr. Bruce Goldberg, has collected case studies of people who say they were visited by time travelers from 1,000 to 3,000 years in our future. Pioneering out-of-body explorer, the late Robert Monroe, wrote of traveling to Earth, at a time beyond the year 3,000 in his book Far Journeys(1).

While out of body, he was escorted by an INSPEC (intelligent species) and at first they viewed the planet from space. "Around the earth was a single flat ring, much like the ones around Saturn, and it was radiating and sparkling...from its own internal source," wrote Monroe. As they flew in closer, he noted there were no visible planes, ships, or people. However, there was a lush growth of trees and plants, some types of which he had never seen before.

Monroe was told that the planet was occupied by far less people and those that were here were "H-plus" (humans-plus: indicating modifications from those of our present time). After they "landed," he encountered two INSPEC appearing as a man and woman. They said they stored the bodies they were wearing under a tree, and protected them with "reball," a resonant energy balloon. Monroe learned that though they were in the area formerly known as Virginia, the United States no longer existed. "Exactly what year is it?" he asked the couple. Time? "They gave up that kind of measuring somewhere after they reached the 3000 mark. Didn't need it anymore," he was told.

--L.L.(2)

1. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0385231822/ctoc
2. http://archive.coasttocoastam.com/info/about_lex.html

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