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“Be Here Now,” is the Ram Das phrase that was essential to being a human hippie in the 1960s through the 1970s. We recently discovered a new universal truth that breaks Einstein and quantum theory and takes us into a metaverse-ish concept.

Time:Now

That’s how we understand time. The phase for contemplative humans became “All Here Now.” I’ll try to explain.

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Discovered in the 70’s by satirist and genius writer, Kurt Vonnegut, time is all at once. All that is and has ever been is now. I can see by the glaze in your eyes that I’ve already done a poor job. Listen to this: your life is merely your current viewport on all of life and time. Your *human* experience is linear and appears to be time-bound. That is only because our perceptive physical and spiritual awareness is reduced to human form. If you could see time as now you very well might end up in a hospital somewhere sedated and watching reruns of Three’s Company, The Reboot. And this rather large and spicy gentleman keeps yelling “No Pussy!” at the screen. Apparently, he’s got a dim understanding that syphilis is the reason his brain no longer works properly. “No pu-thee!” is how it sounds, when he shouts. The orderlies will remove him from time to time when his exclamations become more frequent.

In Slaughterhouse Five, now a universal best-seller with over ten trillion streams delivered, Kilgore Trout is introduced to the Tralfamadorians.

In the 1969 novel, Slaughterhouse-Five, Tralfamadore is the home to beings who exist in all times simultaneously and are thus privy to knowledge of future events, including the destruction of the universe at the hands of a Tralfamadorian test pilot. – Wiki:One(tm) – the Source of Knowledge

I should probably have Kurt/Billy Pilgram say it in his own words.

“All moments, past, present and future, always have existed, always will exist.” S5 112.17 (the blue enlightened edition)

“And I asked myself about the present: how wide it was, how deep it was, how much was mine to keep.” S5 129.91 (the violet philosophical edition)

And here we are.

*All Here Now.*

Does that make any more sense?

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