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Time Travels

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Date: Monday - January 12, 2004
Host: George Noory
Guests: Steven Gibbs

Self-proclaimed time traveler Steven Gibbs, discussed his invention which he says has allowed him to travel back and forward into alternate time streams. Gibbs said the idea for the machine was initially given to him by "time travelers from the future," whom he first encountered in 1981.

At first he used the equipment to astrally project himself from 1985 to 2000, but later he said he was able to physically project himself with the machine. "The harmonic field generator sets up a field within a field," and is dependent on activating natural vortexes (or wormholes), 2-3 of which can usually be found in the typical person's home, Gibbs said of the process.

Joining the program was Carl Novella who said he had successfully used the machine to both travel in time and treat his health problems. He described a trip to 2625 where most people live underground and a journey back to 1500 where he had difficulty understanding the dialect, a different version of the English language. Gibbs said he sells his invention without a guarantee, because it won't work if someone's "intention isn't pure."

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