Tuesday, June 17, 2014

India Time Control Technology Programs Largest in the World

I always love to discover things that highlight India for what it really is, a sleeping giant that's flown under our radar while common western stereotypes portrayed it as the land of the poor who dance in frilly, bright-colored costumes. If I've said it once, I'll say it again. India is not a minority culture, nor is it truly a poor, broken-down country. Stop watching those blasted starving children ads on TV. They lie. 

"Time Control Technology" is the fancy name for time travel and before I lose you, no I'm not going to tell you that India can send you back in time to when Jesus walked the Earth so all of your questions can finally be answered. As with most things commercialized, it's not that romantic or dramatic.

Time control involves using one of several methods to literally control time, thus either slowing it down or speeding it up. Yes, this IS possible and apparently has been for quite some time. The experiments they've done have completely destroyed lives. Some of the quotes I ran across in my research showed that people who had participated had their perspective of reality altered to such a degree they could no longer function the same in life.

What did they see? Some reported stunning, spiritual experiences. Others say that they now saw reality as they knew it before the experiment as being false, that it was only a small fraction of what was really going on in this world. Most said they didn't know how to process all they had seen while traveling through time.

What can time control technology actually do? Well in one method time is sped up to close to the speed of light while the person experiencing it is not. Thus they are propelled into the future.

I find it inherently fascinating that India has the largest time control technology research program in the world. Let that sink in. No one pictures Indians as being the geeky Star Trek following guru's of the East. Short of Raj on Big Bang Theory, we don't tend to group India into the forefront of developing fringe technology. Even considering Raj, and knowing how academically astute Indians can be, I doubt any of you have thought of a movie like TimeCop being remade (not dubbed) in Hindi.

It's that kind of thinking that sets us back right? India is the perfect country to lead this research. With their historical and religious beliefs that thrive in India, who could be better at it? After all, Indians tend to respect how the world views them which is radically different than most western countries taking the world for how they view it. Indians are very aware of things like karma (which means actions and not revenge) and the evil eye. Their balance with the world is much stronger than many other countries.

Of course, I can only give you so much info because all of this is still top secret to the respective governments but I would love to hear your thoughts on this. Meanwhile, here's some links to get your neurons excited. But before you go, if you could time travel to any point in time, where would you go and why?

The Anderson Institute: The Secret Truth about Time Travel

NewsBlaze: You Can Turn Back Time


  1. If were to go to one particular period of time in Indian history, I would have gone to the time when some wise men were trying to turn the occupation based caste system into a birth based system. I would have told them, that they are creating a recipe of disaster. Soon the all knowledge would be confined to a particular caste and lost to mankind forever. The caste system made the Indian society inward looking and cut off its links with the rest of the world. I think, I am not sure, leaving the shores of India was considered unholy. While Alexander, Taimur, Ghengiz Khan created havoc in Asia and Europe, we remained blissfully unaware of it. We never made any efforts upgrade our military technology and battle tactics and eventually fell prey to them. Time and again Indians failed to gauge the danger be it greeks, muslims or british, which only comes when you don't know about the outside world. The Indian merchants and gurus did travel to different parts of the world for trade and spiritual quests and brought news, but the caste system made it difficult to assimilate these lessons and allow the society to prepare the society for any eventuality.

    Coming to time, The ancient Indians did have a clear idea of time. The age of the earth was divided into four yugas of epochs each with different time frames of few billion years and characteristics which show the gradual evolution of human kind. It actually gives a definite time line to the earth which by far come closest to the way scientists have defined the different time period of earth.



  2. Have you seen the movie 'Looper'?

    "Looper is a 2012 American science fiction action thriller film written and directed by Rian Johnson and starring Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Emily Blunt. In the film, time travel is invented by the year 2074 and, though immediately outlawed, is used by criminal organizations to send those they want killed into the past where they are killed by "loopers", assassins paid with silver bars strapped to their targets. Joe, a looper, encounters himself when his older self is sent back in time to be killed."

    Very interesting plot, I never thought about the potential criminal misuses of time travel.

  3. Yeah, I liked that movie. I can imagine something like this could/would happen. There's always the potential for misuse.

  4. That sounds pretty amazing.. science is always blowing my mind! I had no idea altering time was more of a reality than fiction. I think I would go back in time and appreciate any loved ones that have passed even more.

  5. This is really interesting- thanks for sharing! :)

  6. Sarah Freeman DodsonJune 17, 2014 at 3:43 PM

    This is going to sound sappy, but I would like to travel back to my wedding date or maybe a few months before. It is crazy how fast everything flies by. I would like to experience it again, but less stressed.

  7. I was a bit surprised too. Not just at how far we've advanced in this science but in how it's conducted and peoples reactions to it. I think I would like some extra time with some loved ones as well.

  8. That's very sweet. It would be nice to go back and watch my wedding again.

  9. A lot of knowledge has been lost to mankind because of hierarchical systems. There's always some jerk who thinks his money and power make him better than others that pulls some crap like that. In the end, we all suffer because of the arrogance of a few in power. It's disturbing but it's a trend that continues even today. If you could go back and implement that change though, think of how different the entire world could be. That might just be a very interesting change.

  10. The most famous tale of time travel comes from Mahabharata. It describes the story of the time travel of the Kind Kakudumi to Brahama Loka (abode of Lord Brahma, the creator the universe. The time difference that the story talks about between time on earth and some other planet is true, because scientists have found that the duration to a day on earth is different from a day in some other planet like Mars, Pluto etc.

  11. Motivating MommyJune 18, 2014 at 3:37 PM

    This is very interesting. I don't know if I would go back in time. I want to go to the future however.

  12. I think that is very interesting that they have that in India. Time used to confuse me such as time zones, then AD and BC and then gregorian time and mayan time... but if you stand still and look at the stars you are actually looking at the past and that is just mind blowing itself. If I could time travel I would travel back to the missing link era and discover the first human when it was fully evolved.. love this post.

  13. That is interesting. Time travel would be cool, but I think it would be opening a can of worms!

  14. There are way too many calendars currently functioning in our world, it would be mind boggling to try to keep up. I would love to see early man as well. It would be fascinating to learn what he looked like, if some of the stories in religious history are real or parables, etc. That would be fascinating.

  15. I can see a lot of potential problems with time travel as well. I think if it ever becomes a mainstream possibility, there will need to be some regulation.