Expert in hypnosis and time travel, Dr. Bruce Goldberg discussed visiting parallel universes, teleportation, and time travel. Research at Stanford University regarding inflation theory supports the idea of parallel universes, he reported. Such alternative worlds are physically the same as ours, but contain different event streams, he suggested. For instance, in one parallel realm he learned of, Robert Kennedy wasn't assassinated and went on to win the presidential election in 1968.
Time travel, which he said won't be discovered until around 3050, takes people to parallel worlds rather than their own, Goldberg explained. ET craft, he detailed, have the ability to travel to parallel universes as well as bend the space/time continuum. Some alien abduction cases actually involve time travel, he added.
Goldberg shared a method in which people can develop a kind of time travel into their own future: During a meditative state, think of an upcoming situation, then visualize five doors in front of you, each with a different outcome. Review how each outcome will unfold, and then choose the door that best meets your goal.
He also presented teleportation case histories, noting that the sensations a person experiences when they are teleported are more physical than in an OBE.
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