Something weird and wacky has happened and may still be happening. It’s all something that I am struggling to explain to myself. I’m not sure what it means yet, but people’s Bibles have changed. The words have changed. The Bibles don’t have the exact words in them that were in those very same physical books that we have owned for decades. This includes my own Bible that I have owned since 1970. The Lord’s Prayer is different. (Matthew 6:9-13) The lamb is lying down with a different animal. (Isaiah 11:6 and again in Isaiah 65:25) I am a seminary graduate, and I went to church just about every Sunday growing up. I studied these words rather closely and many times. How is it possible that my own books on my own shelves have changed?
Perhaps all of this is a fulfillment of Isaiah 65:17, where it says, and I had marked it: “For, behold, I create new heavens and a new earth: and the former shall not be remembered, nor come into mind.” This would suggest that if we wish to examine a particular anomaly, it is necessary to do so immediately because eventually any memory of it will fade and disappear. At the time the videos below were made, all known copies of King James Bibles have the “new” wording. Evidence of the alternate wordings was still being found in some concordances and other documents that referred to the King James Bible; but in time, that may no longer be true.
These videos were the first places I learned of this shift. I don’t necessarily agree with these people on other points or the causes of the phenomenon. You can check them out if you wish to, but the tone of them is not where I want to go with them.
So what animal did the lamb lie down with in the other timeline? It was a lion. As for the Lord’s Prayer, the verse about debts was previously about trespasses.
I received an email that throws an interesting spin on the matter. Someone had asked Yahoo! Answers when the Lord’s Prayer had changed. According to one answer, the wording had changed from debts to trespasses back in the 1960s. The person answering the question recalled having memorized the prayer already and then being told that they had to change what they had memorized. The reason for the change was because the IRS had requested it. This was because they no longer wanted debtors to be allowed to be forgiven. If this is the case, then the recent change from trespasses to debts would be a correction of that anomaly. And, of course, we must consider this theory to be exactly that. This is not an explanation but rather a theory that needs further investigation. It still boggles my mind that this could have propagated to all extant Bibles already in the personal possession of the population.
Apparently, there has been some controversy before over whether it was a lion or a wolf, as cited in this article.
So how might this have happened, you might ask? I’ve seen it said multiple times that if one can imagine something, there’s a reality where it actually occurs. It might be helpful to look at Science Fiction for some answers. The show Sliders aired from 1995 to 2000. It portrayed a group of adventurers experimenting with a device that allowed them to explore the multiverse. Some episodes portrayed a parallel universe resulting from a change in outcome of events. The plots explored how reality might be different, given those new outcomes. Now, if we can imagine that there actually are sliders operating in this universe, then it would not be so far-fetched that one of them could go back in time and prevent the Vatican from acting on the request of the IRS, thereby avoiding the change in Bibles that so many of us became familiar with. A few people might remember that the Bible was different, but many would not be aware at all.
I had a discussion with someone about how this might work. It was thought that it was necessary to enter into someone whose life one had lived before. In other words, the process requires the reentering and reliving, in whole or in part, complete with all of the pains and passions, one of one’s own past lives. Another fictional work describes how this might occur. The third book in the quintet by Madeleine L’Engle, A Swiftly Tilting Planet, hints at a meditative type method that could allow one to go back in time and have some kind of influence on the outcome of a situation. For the most part, to minimize extraneous impacts, the one entering into the past life as a slider would simply observe that life until the critical moment arrived to make the required change.
There are a few nonfiction books I know that document experiences with the multiverse. The first I would like to tell you about is Traveling To Parallel Universes by Trish LaSage. This book is full of anecdotal stories, including her own, of people’s experiences with timeline jumps. One case was so extreme that the person discovered she had a different job and a different mate. For another person, timeline jumps occurred with such extreme frequency that the person could not be sure of their history from one day to the next. Usually, the new timeline becomes the new normal. Having myself discovered on at least one occasion that my own history was not what I thought, I now have a more compassionate view when my memory of events differs from someone else’s. It is actually possible that we are both right.
Another book, Quantum Jumps: An Extraordinary Science of Happiness and Prosperity by Cynthia Sue Larson, explains a theory of how we might change timelines. Simply put, we decide for something else.
But to get the best idea of what timelines could possibly be, I recommend Conversations with Nostradamus by Dolores Cannon. In this book, Nostradamus himself describes to Dolores Cannon via conversation through past life regression how he saw timelines when he scryed them with a magic mirror that had been given to him. He told how his attention would be drawn to tangles in the timelines to see what might cause them. He also unravels the mysteries of what those cryptic quatrains of his actually mean. It is worth noting that when clients undergo past life regressions utilizing Dolores Cannon’s techniques, healing often occurs, possibly in both the current life and in the past life.
In the last week, I found a book that lays out rather well another way one might influence at least one’s future timeline: Dissolve The Problem: by Shifting Physical Reality by Richard Dotts. This book lays out a three-step process: acknowledgement of the way things are now, imagining an alternate reality in which the desired thing is true, and staying in the imagination of that reality as long as possible. The process appears to be Law of Attraction on steroids.
On another interesting note, I felt it necessary to re-read the book by Madeleine L’Engle, A Wrinkle in Time last week. Now I see why! The concept of the method is somewhat similar to what was seen in the movie Inception. I am doing some looking around to see if there might be a connection between timeline jumping and past life regression, but I have not found a clear link yet.
I have another theory about the Bible changes. This came while listening to an interview by Tom Evans, Talking Temporally with Anne Jirsch. It starts to get very interesting around minute 40. The Bible changes could be a signalling device from our descendants in the future. They want to get our attention because they need us to make changes. You can find out more about Anne Jirsch here. She has posted some processes for connecting with our future selves here.
It seems that more and more people are noticing these timeline jumps, as mentioned in the article by Zen Gardener, Boldly Engaging the Ongoing Adventure. The linked articles within this article are worth reading as well. I like his take on the phenomenon. He reminds us that at least some of us asked for this experience when we asked to go into higher dimensions. He invites us to consider it an adventure to live in the new paradigm of multidimensionality.