Top 10 PEOPLE Who Claimed to Be TIME TRAVELERS

Top 10 People Who Claimed to Be Time Travelers 10. Father Pellegrino Ernetti In 1992, Father Ernetti claimed that he, a
French Theologian named Francois Brune, and twelve famous scientists had, during the 1950s,
invented a machine called the “Chronovisor,” which would revolutionize the study of history
forever. Of course, the Chronovisor isn’t an actual
time machine, because that would be silly; it was more like a time window. The device allowed anyone using it to look
anywhere into the past, and watch whatever events they desired. Ernetti described speeches by Napoleon, scenes
from ancient Rome, and a performance of “Thyestes,” a supposed lost play by Quintus Ennius. Also: the Crucifixion of Jesus. Seems to be taking it rather well, actually. It’s about this time you’ll notice that
we have no images of the Chronovisor (also it’s sixty years later and you’re pretty
sure that you would have heard of this by now). That’s because Ernetti never actually let
anyone see his device. Also, those scientists? All but two were anonymous, and those two
were dead at the time it was announced. Oh, and there’s also the little fact that
Ernetti admitted on his death bed that he had written the play and faked the image of
Christ…while still insisting that the Chronovisor worked. But you’re not allowed to see it. 9. Billy Meier Billy Meier’s interaction with aliens began
in 1942 when he was only five years old. A Pleiadian by the name of Sfath came to him
as a father figure, guiding him through life for eleven years before he died and was replaced
by a woman named Asket. She too stayed with him for eleven years,
before finally departing and giving Meier an eleven-year break from this kind of nonsense. Then, on January 28th 1975, Meier met Semjase,
the granddaughter of Sfath, and — wait, do you want us to back up? Meier’s friends come from both far away
(the Plejares star system) and the future — one fraction of a second in the future,
from an alternate timeline in a parallel dimension. He also has only one arm, because of a bus
crash. Yeah, that one came out of nowhere, didn’t
it? Meier has warned of an impending World War
III several times — it was supposed to start in November of 2006, 2008, 2010, and 2011,
and now just two years after four world leaders die within seven days of each other. Of course, this won’t happen if we “finally
gain mastery over (our) reason and change (our) behavior.” In other words, it won’t happen if it doesn’t
happen, but if it does it totally will, so watch out. Anyway, after hanging out with Asket for a
while, she decided it was time to take Meier back to meet Jmmanuel — who is, in fact,
Jesus. They hung out for four days and talked about
how much people have evolved in the past 2,000 years. 8. Jacques Vallee Dr. Vallee is a french scientist and advocate
of the Interdimensional Hypothesis, which states that UFOs are actually visitors from
other realities, or times, other than our own. He claims that what we now call UFOs are simply
the contemporary manifestation of something that has occurred throughout human history
— what we once would have called a sign from God, we now call a UFO. Unlike other people on this list, Jacques
does not claim to have traveled through time, but he has been witness to UFOs and therefore
believes to have interacted with travelers from another dimension or time. In 1979, he was brought on as a consultant
for the film Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and even encouraged Steven Spielberg
to make the film about interdimensional beings instead of aliens, but Spielberg thought that
wouldn’t be as interesting to audiences. 7. Charlotte Anne Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain Charlotte Anne Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain
were two women who experienced what would come to be call the Ghosts of Petit Trianon. In August of 1901, while visiting the palace
of Versailles, both women claim to have slipped over two hundred years into the past to 1792. They crossed a bridge and wandered through
the Palace, and even saw Marie Antoinette and the Comte de Vaudreuil, before retiring
to Jourdain’s apartment. When they returned the next day, the bridge
they thought they had crossed was gone. They first assumed they had stumbled into
a private party or some other event they weren’t supposed to be attending, but their research
uncovered nothing of the sort. Finally, they realized what they had done,
and published their story, creatively titled An Adventure. 6. John Titor John Titor was an anonymous forum goer, posting
on several bulletin boards in 2000 and 2001, who claimed to be from the year 2036. He said he had traveled back to 1975 to get
an IBM computer needed to debug a computer in 2036 (for some reason), but was making
a personal stop in 2000 to visit his families and take pictures. He offered no explanation as to why he had
stopped at 2000, but did offer several predictions about the future. For example, a second American Civil War started
in 2005, and 2015 saw the US getting the Hell nuked out of it by Russia. So you know, watch out for that…and if you’re
reading this after 2015, I’m sorry for being so flippant about the fact that we got nuked
by Russia. 5. Bob White/Tim Jones Back in 2003, hundreds of people around the
internet started getting e-mails from someone who claimed to need an “AMD Dimensional
Warp Generator module containing the GRC79 Induction Motor,” as well as some other…stuff. He had some links that went to websites, and
was offering $5,000. He was friendly, engaged in conversation,
and even offered to explain some of the mechanics of his time travel and teleportation devices. Eventually, someone offered him the warp generator,
and was even given a time and place to meet them with the goods (the corner of Cummings
Ave. and Village Street in Woburn, Massachusetts at 3:00 PM on July 28th, 2003). A few people went and waited, but there’s
no record of anything out of the ordinary happening. Hopefully, Bob/Tim got home. Or, failing that, is resting comfortably in
a mental hospital. 4. Air Marshall Sir Victor Goddard Though best known as the guy who managed to
avoid death due to a crazy dream his friend had, Air Marshall Sir Victor Goddard had at
least one other crazy adventure during his time in the Royal Air Force. In 1935, Goddard was flying over an abandoned
airfield in Drem near Edinburgh, when he encountered a weird storm. The turbulence almost caused him to crash,
but he regained control of his plane and quickly flew out of the storm. At this point he discovered that, beneath
him, Drem looked completely different: its hangers were new and refurbished, there were
strange looking planes, and the uniforms of the mechanics were blue instead of brown. Goddard told some of his fellow officers about
his experience, but when they didn’t believe it he decided to keep quiet. Four years later, the RAF started using the
planes Goddard thought he had seen, and switched their uniform color to blue. It wasn’t until the 60’s that Goddard
decided to write his whole experience down. There’s no tell if Goddard made the story
up, suffered a coincidental hallucination or really traveled through time, but his experience
is eerily similar to… 3. J. Bernard Hutton and Joachim Brandt In 1932, two German newspaper reporters named
J. Bernard Hutton and Joachim Brandt were hired to do a story on the Hamburg-Altona
Shipyards. During their tour of the site, they, like
Moberly, Bourdain and Goddard, suddenly had shared hallucinations of bombs exploding all
around them, and anti-aircraft gunfire. They drove away in a panic. Eleven years later, the exact same thing happened
— only for real. 2. Doctor Ronald Mallett Yes, that’s an actual PhD this guy has. Ronald Mallett is a professor of Physics at
Connecticut University, and one of the few scientists who admits to believing time travel
is possible. His passion for this study comes from two
men: his father, who inspired him to pursue science, and Einstein — both of whom died
the same year. Using equations based on Einstein’s relativity
theories, Mallett has come up with several experiments involving neutrons and circulating
light beams and, possibly, time travel. He says that, if he got his experiments funded,
he could have answers within a decade. For just $250,000 (which is… surprisingly
cheap, all things considered), Dr. Mallett says that he could get results. And this isn’t just crackpot nonsense; his
ideas are published in peer reviewed journals. 1. Dr. Stephen Frickin’ Hawking Yes, that Stephen Hawking. Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts,
Lifetime member of the pontifical Academy of Science, recipient of the Presidential
Medal of Freedom, Simpsons guest star, and guy who says time travel is totally possible. The idea is that nothing is perfect: no matter
how smooth or flat something is, if you look close enough at it you will find “crevices,
wrinkles and voids”. This is true for things in the first three
dimensions, and could be true for time as well. Non-hypothetical evidence is observed every
day with our GPS satellites. Hardwired into each one is an intensely precise
clock, but every single one of those clocks gains exactly a third of a billionth of a
second every day — but only once the satellites are launched. This is because “time travels faster in
space than it does down below.” Which means, that if we went to a black hole
in the center of our solar system, we could slow the travel into the future aboard that
ship by half. Adding to the possibilities, if we found a
way to travel at 99 percent the speed of light, a single day could be a whole year of time
on Earth.

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