What are timelines and why do some predicted events come and go without the anticipated event ever happening?
What is a Timeline?
A timeline is a chronological point within time and space that is relevant to this planet. For example, a list of inventions in chronological order since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution could be shown on a timeline.
Time is linear and is only relevant to this planet. A day on Earth is calculated by the amount of time it takes for our planet to fully rotate on its axis. A day on Mars is similar, but different because it takes Mars approximately 28 hours to revolve on its axis as it revolves around the sun, proving that time (as we know it) is only relevant to this planet. When we cross over to the other side, time, as we know it, no longer exists.
3 Reasons Why Timelines Change
1. Free Will – I was talking with a friend of mine who is amazingly reliable with messages from beyond. He stated that one of the biggest regrets of the Anunnaki is allowing us to have free will. Other spiritual master will tell you the same thing… not all planets and star families have free will. Earth is one of the few planets whose inhabitants have free will.
Free will allows us to change perceived or anticipated timelines. For example, several false flag events were averted through whistleblowers once the false flag was exposed to the general public. Anexample could be found here: Ex-CIA Agent: Obama Planned Massive False Flag Attack On America
Because we, the people, do not (in general) seem to challenge most laws that work against humanity’s best interests, we are in essence agreeing with them and giving up our free will in exchange for perceived safety and security.
This is why “love and light” is not enough when it comes to creating change or changing timelines. A good example of this would be the massive movement against GMO’s in the United States as Americans are finally seeing a growing movement toward GMO labeling and in time, the eventual elimination of GMO’s.
Benjamin Franklin once said, “He who gives up freedom for safety deserves neither.” The same could be said of free will.
2. We control our own destiny. The last page on the Lost Book of Nostradamus is blank, showing us that we control our own destiny. In other words, it is our own free will that will determine how the story plays out.