On Going Back in Time and on Speaking with the Jinn . by Alice B. Clagett

Published on 15 November 2016

Dear Ones,

The nature of reality is not as you think it is. It is infinitely plastic, regenerative, and intelligent.

Going back in time does not mean moving into an alternate Universe.

I, in all possible universes, am still I. I am all these. Like the photon, I can disappear from here, and be there … which is nowhere at all that is here.

Because that which is I has no mass, no movement. I Am pure Awareness. There is no drag, and no remainder. No remembering, no forgetting.

I can loop my timeline too; nor shall I encounter another I, 10 years ago. There is only I, none other, nor then, nor yet to be.

This is my play, my pastime, my diversion, my child’s delight in the playground of God’s joy.

The jinn say:
Thou shalt not trespass.
These are the rules of time and space.
This, the central coil of the joy you have as human,
This is wind, and spin, and spiral,
Those, your lowest wheels or chakrams,
Those are ours.

I say: But why? Why spin? Why own
Our Earthly joys and sorrows?

They say: This is the work
We have agreed on:
Ride we the whirlwind, vortex, spiral,
Eye of tornado, ocean whirlpool,
Fall from grace, rush of rising.

Through us, by us,
Thou shalt know Him.

–from Link: “On Going Back in Time and on Speaking with the Jinn,” by Alice B. Clagett, published on 15 November 2016 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-6pP ..

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Alice B. Clagett

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