A long time ago, or far off in the future…hahaha, time is funny like that.
Time is nowhere as immutable as we tends to think. As we manifest our world around us, typically without thought, we also are host to “the passage of time”. But Time itself is simply another construct of our godly selves.
Try this as an expirement. Find a clock that uses a second hand. simply stare at the second hand, then, after a few moments, look away.
Look right back at the second hand, and you will see it take a few moments to move again.
Modern day psychologists write this off as a trick of the mind, an optical illusion that the brain plays as we are getting our senses. However, as with everything in the occult, the surface is just the crust,.
In The Book of Azazel, Azazel says that we are manifesting our reality at all times, nothing exists until we perceive it. The only reason things stay the same is that the unawakened Gods around us reinforce the illusion of our world.
Time can be visualized as an old rope, running behind the veils. It has knots, loose threads, and abraded areas that you can grab onto. If you grab one, you can cause your perception of time to slow, or even stop if you are deep enough in meditation. You can also move along on that rope, and speed things up as needed.
This is just something I felt like typing out.
The Light Moves Forward