The Hidden Battlefield

In 2010, my book Conviction of a Time Traveler made the case that the posts by TimeTravel_0 (aka, “John Titor”) were made by a real time traveler(s). Since that time, my understanding has matured and morphed substantially, but the underlying premise remains: Time Travel is real and was in evidence in 2000/2001. Have you considered the possibility that “John Titor” had never physically traveled through time at all?

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Who Mans the Tiller?

qA close, personal friend and I were corresponding recently about the anonymous poster QAnon and a question she asked prompted this essay.

As a side note, please understand that I largely use the example of the John Titor posts below (aka TimeTravel_0) simply because he is the example most readers are familiar with. It by no means should imply that this is the only ‘time traveler’ out there visiting our time.


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The Scope

As many of you know my curiosity has not abated since I published Conviction of a Time Traveler, but it has taken a decidedly different tack than even I expected. bttfPart and parcel to the new and unexpected directions my curiosity has taken me, the bounds by which I can label these discoveries has overflowed from the usual stories of fantastical machines or thoughts of bearing personal witness to history.

So, I write this essay in the hopes of conveying to you, dear reader, a taste of the scope of what I have discovered.  If we are to understand the Question more fully and explore those unseen gears that turn behind the scenes we must push beyond the simple; push beyond the easily understood “man and time machine” story.

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Grinding Wheel

This essay is a review of an observation I made in 2011 and explored with a Friend (HJ) back in 2011. This Friend helped me ‘polish’ this observation and I am forever thankful for the service he provided, both seen and unseen.

I have decided it might be time to release these ideas now.

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The Ultimate Observer

Self-deceptionAn interesting sociological aspect of the ‘time travel’ phenomenon is how people react to it.  When a given claimant makes his first appearance online, a variety of reactions are exhibited. Setting aside for a moment the authenticity of the claim, I have observed that sometimes one can learn quite a bit about our own condition simply by dispassionately observing how people react to the claimant himself.

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