The timestream is a metaphorical conception of time as a stream, a flowing body of water. This conception has been widely used in mythology and in fiction. This analogy is useful in several ways:

  • Streams only flow one way. Time only moves forward.
  • Streams flow constantly. Time never stops.
  • People can stand in a stream, but will be pulled along by it. People exist within time, but move with it.
  • Some physicists and science fiction writers have speculated that time is branching. Streams can also diverge.






The work of William O'Neil and George Meek. Pioneers in obtaining Two way Communication by electonic means.

'In 1980, William O'Neil constructed an electronic audio device called "The Spiricom". O'Neil claimed the device was built to specifications which he received psychically from George Mueller, a scientist who had died six years previously'



Voices of Timestream 

A Detail of events that occured with ITC experimenter 'Anabela Cardoso' and her contact through DRV (Direct Radio Voice) in which two way conversations with spirit entities were achieved.



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