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3/7/11 8:14 PM
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 John of Patmos was given the gift of time travel, was he not?

He wasn't just given the vision of the end times but actually participated. He measured the temple that has not yet been built etc.

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3/8/11 6:46 PM
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 I don't really see no viable proof that he actually was seeing this in person, but more towards as a vision.

But anythings possible.

3/8/11 8:51 PM
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Robert Wynne -  I don't really see no viable proof that he actually was seeing this in person,

He actively participated. Wouldn't that suggest more than just a vision?
 
3/9/11 10:16 AM
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you can participate in visions as well...like you would participate in a dream, but its not physically happening imo
3/9/11 7:37 PM
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 ^agreed........a person can participate in a physical way also with meditation.



12/18/11 11:59 PM
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Check out Astral Projection. Very interesting and could be the explanation for "time travel" and being able to participate in visions without having to physically be there.
12/29/11 10:29 PM
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Haha, true! Phone Post
1/14/12 12:06 PM
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 This is a common literary device used in apocalyptic literature. Im sorry to tell you that Revelations is one of many types of 'books' written not about the literal future but the story of good vs evil and that those under persecution would eventually triumph. Evangelica Christians have been mislead. Even Eusebius explains this in his church history.
1/14/12 2:19 PM
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One of the traditional views of John's experiences in Revelation is that he was given a brief glimpse of reality that is that of God and the Saints - that he experienced time not from the perspective of a human who exists at a single point on the timeline and can only look back at the past, but was able to experience past, present, and future simultaneously from a perspective outside the timelne, as we all will at the Eschaton. I don't know if such a proleptic experience of reality would qualify as "time travel" though.

Besides, if you want proof of time travel, you can look at this photographic proof of a hipster slacker who travelled back in time:

http://forgetomori.com/2010/fortean/time-traveler-caught-in-museum-photo/

Or this woman using a cell phone in 1928:

http://www.boingboing.net/2010/10/28/cell-phone-using-tim.html

Or this 1950s teacher who predicted the score of a world series game:

http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/blog/big_league_stew/post/Vintage-Tube-Time-travel-proof-50s-teacher-kn?urn=mlb-281654


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