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The Chronovisor: A device used by the Vatican to look into the future and past
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RE: The Chronovisor: A device used by the Vatican to look into the future and past
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2019 04:12 PM)
Cant you tell this doc is a spoof the commenters acting?

I think this is a 'Mockumentary'. Naughty

I don't think Einstein, ever really took her very seriously. Naughty

She never existed, the mockumentary is 100% fiction and acting.
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03-14-2019 06:33 PM

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Didnt help them much with loads of preists getting caught for their Pedorist
noncing escapades...

The vatican needs an airstrike to kill it.

Everything I've ever told you, including this, is a lie.
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Interesting that you post about this as I ra couple years ago I read about this and also watched a YouTube video plus was thinking about this device last week or so. I do believe it exists and that the Vatican is keeping it from the world, maybe one day they'll sell it to a government but idk in the vid it said one of the bishops witnessed the crusifixtion, which must have blown his mind 'if true'

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Pastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher Columbus

Sometime in the future, humanity invents a series of machines which allow them to view events in their past. Tagiri is a researcher at Pastwatch, the organization in charge of these machines. Her special interest is in the colonization of the Caribbean and the life of Christopher Columbus. One day she accidentally discovers that the machines may be used to send information backwards in time. Unsure about what to do with this knowledge she is nonetheless put in charge of a project to explore it along with her husband Hassan. They are eventually joined by their daughter Diko. Sometime in the future, humanity invents a series of machines which allow them to view events in their past. Tagiri is a researcher at Pastwatch, the organization in charge of these machines. Her special interest is in the colonization of the Caribbean and the life of Christopher Columbus. One day she accidentally discovers that the machines may be used to send information backwards in time. Unsure about what to do with this knowledge she is nonetheless put in charge of a project to explore it along with her husband Hassan. They are eventually joined by their daughter Diko.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pastwatch:...Pastwatch:
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Garfield  Wrote: (03-14-2019 07:20 AM)
its bunk unless it foresaw drastic Magnesium depletion and people running to the doctor for pills for what MAGNESIUM cures.

Don't forget what Magnesium in high doses causes: the trots.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2019 03:56 AM)
All you have to do is listen to rock songs. They tell you what's going to happen.

^^^^ Wisdom.
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What bullsh*t, if they could, dummy dad would never have said "Jesus failed on the cross as a human". The pope is simply an idiot and not of Christ, seemingly.
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SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (03-14-2019 03:58 AM)



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTAEeu6c...e=youtu.be

Scream1

"Furthermore, Fastnet Film’s ‘The Chronoscope’ scooped the Best Experimental Film title at the event with the festival's CEO George T. Marshall describing it as ”a brilliant film and original work that illustrates the creative genius of director, Andrew Legge. This is a filmmaker whom we expect to be hearing more from in the future.” Funded under the Wicklow County Council’s Per Cent scheme, the short tells the story of female inventor Charlotte Keppel who is kidnapped by the Third Reich after she invents a camera with the power to see into the past. Narrated by Jeremy Irons (The Merchant of Venice) and starring Serena Brabazon (The Tudors) the film was produced by Morgan Bushe and Ben Keenan."
http://www.iftn.ie/news/?act1=record&onl...ws&force=1

I doubt that anyone has invented this device, but who knows?
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2019 10:28 PM)
Pastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher Columbus

Sometime in the future, humanity invents a series of machines which allow them to view events in their past. Tagiri is a researcher at Pastwatch, the organization in charge of these machines. Her special interest is in the colonization of the Caribbean and the life of Christopher Columbus. One day she accidentally discovers that the machines may be used to send information backwards in time. Unsure about what to do with this knowledge she is nonetheless put in charge of a project to explore it along with her husband Hassan. They are eventually joined by their daughter Diko. Sometime in the future, humanity invents a series of machines which allow them to view events in their past. Tagiri is a researcher at Pastwatch, the organization in charge of these machines. Her special interest is in the colonization of the Caribbean and the life of Christopher Columbus. One day she accidentally discovers that the machines may be used to send information backwards in time. Unsure about what to do with this knowledge she is nonetheless put in charge of a project to explore it along with her husband Hassan. They are eventually joined by their daughter Diko.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pastwatch:...Pastwatch:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pastwatch:...r_Columbus

"Pastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher Columbus (1996) is the first science fiction novel in a proposed Pastwatch series by Orson Scott Card. The book's focus is the life and activities of explorer, Christopher Columbus. Much of the action deals with a group of scientists from the future who travel back to the 15th century in order to change the pattern of European contact with the Americas. These alternate with chapters describing Columbus' career and his efforts to obtain backing to his project of travelling across the ocean - much of which can be considered as simple historical fiction."

Seems like people on a conspiracy forum with much of the world's available knowledge at their fingertips could do a little research to source material.

NHOB
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Now after I have criticized some of you, I will say this: One night I ask myself over and over if we could see the future in a dream. I dreamed a very vivid dream of a series of events that was short but had certain elements that would not be thought (if they were to happen) to easily be caused just by coincidence.

Right after I awoke, I went out and walked to the main road and the exact memorable and specific, "to the tee", series of events with the exact same characters and exact words and all other elements immediately occurred. I deduced from this happening that: yes, we could sometimes tell the future in a dream. Well, I could, anyway. I don't know about the rest of you.

Added this little story so you don't think I am always a sterile realist.

-- NHOB
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Treebeard  Wrote: (03-14-2019 04:40 PM)
I am much less confident of the existence of a surviving or ever-produced Chronovisor than I am disposed to believe concerning the EVP recording. Still, since Fr. Brune knew Fr. Ernetti personally, we cannot totally dismiss it. I also reviewed the Unmuseum article about this, and have thought of reasons why the two "debunks" contained therein are not really debunks.
http://www.unmuseum.org/chronovisor.htm
https://www.quora.com/Who-was-Father-Ern...me-machine

https://www.amazon.com/Father-Ernettis-C...1892138026

http://whitecrowbooks.com/books/page/ele...s_tell_us/

"EVP voices, as we record them today, arose spontaneously and almost simultaneously in the 1950s in Italy, Sweden and the USA. Father Dr François Brune, a French theologian and renowned psychical researcher, reports in his best-seller Les Morts Nous Parlent (1988) that on the 17th of September 1952, two very eminent Catholic priests and academics, Fathers Drs Agostino Gemelli (a medical doctor and nuclear physicist) and Pellegrino Ernetti (a Benedictine from the famous Abbey of Saint Giorgio Maggiore in Venice) while working with Gregorian chants at the Experimental Laboratory of Physics of the Catholic University of Milan, recognized in one of the recordings the voice of Gemelli’s father who reportedly addressed his son personally.

Taken aback by the occurrence, the two priests decided to bring the matter to the attention of Pope Pius XII. Amazingly, the Pope had a very positive reaction and reassured them on the nature of the occurrence, declaring, for the peace of mind of the two highly bewildered and concerned priests: “Do not worry Fathers! Your experience has nothing to do with Spiritism, for tape recorders cannot be influenced. It can even mark the beginning of a new scientific study to confirm the faith in the Afterlife” (Brune, 1993)."

http://www.victorzammit.com/articles/brune.htm




The Vatican announced on March 4th that it will open the archives of Pius XII
for the first time ever to the public in one year's time.
The Secrets That Might Be Hiding in the Vatican’s Archives
After decades of controversy, Pope Francis has announced that he will open the records of Pius XII’s papacy to researchers—along with other restricted Church holdings.
https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archiv...ii/584080/

Now, if only we could get them to open the Smithsonian archives and finds to the public and research.
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The Vatican, to this day, has not released the actual account of The Third Secret of Fatama, which occurred on May 13, 1917 when three children claimed to have been visited by high dimensional ET's and were told to share important information to the world. The Vatican would not allow it.

The Vatican is just another agency that keeps secrets from the public. The Vatican cannot be trusted.
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wickedwitch3.0  Wrote: (03-14-2019 03:49 AM)
https://www.ancient-code.com/chronovisor...ture-past/

According to numerous reports and stories that have been published through the years, among the many alleged secrets the Vatican has, there is a device called the Chronovisor. The device enables its user to observe future as well as past events. Many believe this device is one of the greatest guarded secrets humanity has ever had.

Some even believe it is a crucial ‘tool’ which has allowed the Vatican to preserve its influence and power through the years.

Ever since H. G. Wells composed his novel ‘The Time Machine’ many people have been left fascinated by the idea of time travel. Even Theoretical Physics dreams of the possibility of making it work one day. Everything related to time travel today is related to science fiction, or so it seems at least. Interestingly, on May 2, 1972, an Italian newspaper shocked the world when they published an article with a provoking headline: A machine that photographs the past has finally been invented.

No one can see in the future except God.
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