I have this really weird friend who is a professor of Trigonometry.
A few years ago he discovered some ancient esoteric teaching that once you tune your mind for something, you’ll see this everywhere.
So he purposely started to tune his mind for trigonometry, and he did find it everywhere.
One of the interesting discoveries of Copernicus was the relative rations of the orbital diameter of all the planets.
For example, if Earth is one, then Mars is about one and a half, and Venus is about half.
But he figured all these out within about a 5% error margin compared to today’s much more accurate measurements.
Killing The Future
A very small and very powerful company has created a rifle scope that can allow for future assassinations.
It’s not so easy though, because for the scope to work, you have to actually find a place in the future when you know they’ll be.
Once you’ve got them, you simply fire the shot, and as soon as the bullet leaves the rifle, it disappears into some kind of frozen time continuum.
They’ve recently discovered a very, very interesting calendar on an island in the Mediterranean.
It’s from civilization that existed several centuries, or perhaps several thousand years before the Greeks.
And if the inscriptions are correctly understood, it’s a circular calendar.
Which means the invented a way to keep time looping, while the outside world was experiencing time linearly.
And it seems to suggest that they were capable of bringing outside information and knowledge to inside this time loop.
But they aren’t sure, since carbon dating of the calendar itself is giving some extremely strange readings that they’ve been able to interpret yet.
Of course, some believe this could have been the city of Atlantis that Plato wrote about.
And they may even still exist inside their time bubble.
Where’d That Bullet Come From?
When the person shows up at the place and time, the bullet will pop out of nowhere.
Another interesting discovery from way back in the day was how the ancient Greeks figured out the circumference of the Earth.
They did this by measuring the lengths of shadows at noon, during Spring Equinox, but on two different places on the Earth.
That and some basic geometry were all that they needed.
This guy is a riot at parties.
People make a game of it.
To ask him various questions and try to follow his answers as he explains them in terms of sines and cosines.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.