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Guide to John Titor

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A Beginner’s Guide to John Titor

I am writing this blog with the assumption that you know the basic story of John Titor. You can read my John Titor summary in my interview with Temporal Recon.  Instead of re-telling the story and in an attempt to educate or enlighten the public, I would like to post some basic and somewhat random information about John Titor that is based on my own research and my conversations with my mentor. Some of the information will most likely be disputed, and that is absolutely fine. These are simply my own conclusions and as a free spirit, you are encouraged to decide for yourself. Now, on to the fun.

1. I recommend reading Conviction of a Time Traveler. The author has summarized and analyzed the John Titor posts and the book is a great starting point.

2. Study the Multiple Timeline Theory. Multiple timelines are a tricky subject and even I get caught in a web once in a while. Remember that it is theorized that you create a new universe each time you time travel. Multiple universes have been scientifically proven to exist.  You can read about it by clicking here.

3. John Titor most likely represents an entire team of people. Different grammar styles exist in the Titor posts because different people wrote them. This does not mean that John Titor is a hoax, but rather, a team of people were or are still are involved.

4. There is a possibilty that the story Titor posted may not be 100% true or literal. For example, nobody, except for a few select people of course, knows if “Kay” is really his mother or if “he” really sold oranges in his future. Think about the possibility of this information referring to something completely different. Does the story contain hidden messages to other time travelers? Is the story a warning meant for someone specific or even for people who may figure it out? Did the story even lend a totally different purpose that only the 177th knows about? These are questions to ponder.

5. Contrary to popular belief, almost all of Titor’s “predictions” have come true. Predictions alone are not sufficient evidence to determine if someone is or is not a time traveler, however. Here is a good example of why. Let’s pretend, for the sake of conversation, that I am a time traveler. I, personally, do not like sports. I don’t follow sports and I know very little about teams, scores, etc. Why, then, would I know the score of football game? If I do not pay attention to that information now, why would I do it when I time traveled? On a similar note, how would I know the winning lottery numbers on a particular date for every state? Is it logical to assume that time travelers go around collecting this information simply to prove to people they encounter that they are real? Do you really think they keep a personal database for justification purposes? I’m doubting it.

6. A time traveler is not a super hero. John Titor was on a specific mission. I am doubting his boss told him to stop the Kennedy Assassination or to prevent 911. The mutliple timeline theory would make this somewhat impossible, anyway. He would only be able to change the current time line, not all of them, and apparently not even his own original time line. This is precisely why he could meet himself without ramifications. Please note: I have my own theories about multiple timelines, but this is the information that was taught to me. Feel free to think outside the box and explore other possibilities.

7. Stalking and harrassing people you believe to be involved with the John Titor story will get you this many answers: ZERO. There is so much information available to you if you would simply read and think. Leave people alone. Some individuals involved really don’t know much more than you do.

8. Read the book Alas, Babylon by Pat Frank. There are some similarities between the John Titor story and this book. Think about the implications. Is the information similar for a reason, perhaps to draw attention? Was the writing of this book influenced in any way? Think outside the box.

9.  There are many John Titor impostors.  Use common sense.  A time traveler isn’t going to sell hats and t-shirts.  In fact, he will only make himself known if it is part of his mission.

I will continue to update this blog as thoughts cross my mind.  It will be an ongoing assignment.  So, come back often to check.


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