In the days of uncertainty, Time Temple offers answers.
But first things first...
THREE KEY QUESTIONS.
The world is changing rapidly. Where do we go from here? There are seemingly no clear answers... little understanding of what is happening and
where it's all leading. Talks about building a better future are not all that meaningful without understanding the past, and answering three
key questions in the field of:
Physics: is the existence of negative mass (or weight) possible? (In relation to General Relativity.)
Metaphysics: does Kabbalah represent divine creation? (In relation to quantum physics.)
Religion: were Jesus and Mary Magdalene married and had children? (In relation to theology.)
WHY THESE THREE QUESTIONS?
Because the answers to these questions allow us to find the "missing link" that connects the past with the future,
science with religion, mind with matter, influencing the entire socio-political, economic and educational system, and, as a result,
solve some of the most difficult issues of life.
As a whole, with the help of a "decryption key" left at the entrance to the Talpiot Tomb, Time Temple
provides hints to answer the aforementioned questions, opens up new perspectives in solving some of the world's greatest mysteries,
and unravels the secrets of the Book of Revelation (often called the Apocalypse), in which, as strange as it may sound, the mysterious
architectural design of Pokrovsky Cathedral in Moscow, Russia, along with the geometric blueprint
of the Great Pyramid and Hindu Shri Yantra, play a major role.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Over half a million people who have seen the Time Temple video-series (such as the Time Temple: Giza Alignment Code, below)
in the past decade, have perhaps been wondering: what does it all mean?
"In that day there will be an altar to the Lord in the heart of Egypt, and a monument to the Lord at its border.
It will be a sign and witness to the Lord Almighty in the land of Egypt." - Isaiah 19:19-20
These silent videos presented a glimpse of a grander mosaic - a mosaic perhaps most of us are trying to examine and understand,
whether as scientists or spiritualists, or something in-between. We can seek/find our answers via a variety of routes; after all:
"As there are teachers because of children, there is the universe because of life."
But who are the teachers, the children? What links them? What separates them?
Searching for answers - how mind and matter, substance and attribute, potentiality and actuality, are related - may take ages,
as each relationship is unique, and constantly evolving into something new. Yet, there's also something that always remains the
same - the trigger of these relationships.
There is a set of rules and keys, encoded into the ancient monuments, such as the Great Pyramid, and symbols,
such as Shri Yantra,
made by the teachers to be discovered by the children at a due time: when grown up.
The keys are designed to "unlock (or trigger the openings of) hidden doors" between the outer world and the inner
self - the conscious and the subconscious, the constant and the variable - realities of life in circulation.
These keys were left not because the children may want to know more... but because they may want to change. (Although, they will also know more.)
Understanding the past, offers us the key to the future.
On December 21, 2020, a new book was released, titled Time Temple: Mystery of the Talpiot Tomb Family Symbol.
Challenging mainstream assumptions, it shows the relationships between the inner and outer, mind and matter, religion and science,
in a way never done before. The findings presented in the book also contain never-before-published information about
a "prophecy laid in stone" - the now "unlocked" Great Pyramid - unraveling the secrets of the Book of Revelation,
the "hidden knowledge" of Kabbalah, and the matrix of the Universe itself.
As discovered, the "master key" - just one, made to open all doors - is encrypted at the entrance of the Talpiot Tomb.
This same key may also "unlock" one of the greatest puzzles in contemporary science: why there are seemingly two sets of rules,
one for quantum physics and electromagnetism, and another for general relativity.
Given that, the content of the three-part book may also be described as follows: if to consider S. Hawking's bestseller,
A Brief History of Time, a "red pill" in terms of physics, Time Temple could be considered as a "red pill on steroids",
as it expands beyond physics into the metaphysical structure of space-time - particularly negative mass and time - drawing parallels
to better conceptualize the fabric of our Universe.