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An Excerpt from the Upcoming Update to Conviction of a Time Traveler

I have decided to provide a small excerpt from the COATT update currently in the works.  I have known of what you’re about to read for several years and I am excited to share it with you now.

I wish for this excerpt to represent to you what it does to me as well: that this is but a small portion of a much larger picture. My research has taken me in undreamt of directions and trust me when I tell you that I am meeting with a great deal of success in my attempt to draw the larger picture. The update that is coming will be expansive.  

The excerpt I have chosen to share with you today deals with the John Titor (aka TimeTravel_0) narrative. I chose this part of my research to share because it is always best to start a journey from a known and familiar point to orient ourselves towards unknown horizons. Yes, there are other minor updates that will also appear in the COATT update, but the book currently in the works now is less an update than a wholly new work altogether.

It is my sincere hope that this small excerpt might inspire you to join me and share the journey towards understanding the reality we inhabit together.


COATT Update Excerpt


Peering into the Rabbit Hole

Of Predictions and the Multi-Verse… An Open Letter


rsz_time-is-ticking-awayToday, I received a comment on the COATT blog (provided below) which I felt merited a more robust response than might be possible in a small comment box. Similarly, I would like to afford the author’s question and my response a wider audience since I am sure that there are a great many in the Titor-verse who have similar questions or assumptions. 

Consider this a sneak peek into the depth and quality of analysis that will be available in the update to Conviction of a Time Traveler.  Enjoy…  Continue reading

A Spider’s Roadmap

spider-webSurely the strands that exist within the TimeTravel_0 narrative, as they connect to external events and circumstances, are numerous and complex. But if we pay attention we may learn that there is an underlying order to the red chaos of seeming randomness.

Instead of a jumbled and tangled nest like a mass of hastily collected Christmas lights or jumble of yarn, the order only becomes apparent with close study.

As a spider navigates his web, does he require a map to move from connection to connection? Or does he innately know and understand his creation?

We may never know, but perhaps we might attempt to recreate his web so as to understand the spider?


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Temporal Recon

Hope from the Cheap Seats

cd250-explorerIn recent days, I happened upon an online post from a user named “dh1” that I felt was refreshing and merited comment here. Because his comments mirror my own longstanding stance on a variety of topics, namely how to investigate the Question and come to defensible conclusions thereof, I felt it was important to get the word out about his insight, ya know?

I have provided some of his more salient points below with my comments. Perhaps you can consider this a small glimpse or preview into COATT II.  Enjoy

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Why is the John Titor Story Relevant?

follow-the-breadcrumbsAn independent filmmaker asked me some weeks ago this question.  This is my answer.

As of this writing (January 2017), the John Titor/TimeTravel_0 story has been with us for 17 years (and arguably much longer).  And, putting it mildly, the discussions surrounding those 17-year old posts continue with almost unabated momentum.

Why? Why do the posts of an anonymous person(s) of nearly two decades old continue to garner such discussion and passion?

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The High Diver

diverOver the years, there have been many online discussions concerning TimeTravel_0 and they typically fall into the following general categories:

  • Was John Titor real?
  • Which predictions did he get right/wrong?
  • Who was John Titor?

These three questions have been asked, in a variety of forms and in a variety of formats, for nearly 20 years now (My God, has it been that long?). Thus far, I have seen scant evidence that the online discussion has progressed beyond these three basic questions and, in recent weeks, I have been reminded of this. I am extremely encouraged that the conversation is happening at all, but the stagnation and lack of forward progress beyond these three, very basic and very boring, questions is depressing. Have we really not progressed beyond them? Are you not bored?

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