Hello and welcome back to IlluminatiWatcher.com! I was recently on the BLACKOUT Radio show (a monthly recurring spot as the in-house conspiracy guy) and we went into the ideas that Donald Trump may be a time traveller.
The basic premise is as follows:
Theorists have concocted a theory that Donald Trump is a time traveller who is putting America on the path to salvation because of his secret knowledge of the future.
Let’s dissect it a bit…
The Full Story
From an August 2016 4chan post:
Dr. John & Tesla: Time Travel Technology
FBI seized Nikola Tesla’s property (under an “Alien Property” claim even though he was American). The FBI called MIT for help in understanding Tesla’s work so a professor named Dr. John Trump came in to look through his notes and equipment. *He was, in fact, Donald’s uncle and yes, the FBI had John go through Tesla’s stuff:
Trump was involved in radar research for the Allies in the Second World War, and in 1943 the F.B.I. had enough faith in his technical ability and his discretion to call him in when Nikola Tesla died in his room at the New Yorker Hotel, in Manhattan, raising the question of whether enemy agents might have had a chance to learn some of his secrets before the body was found. (One fear was that Tesla was working on a “death ray.”) As Margaret Cheney and Robert Uth recount in “Tesla, Master of Lightning,” Professor Trump examined Tesla’s papers and equipment, and, in a written report, told the F.B.I. not to worry: Tesla’s “thoughts and efforts during at least the past 15 years were primarily of a speculative, philosophical, and somewhat promotional character,” but “did not include new, sound, workable principles or methods for realizing such results.” Professor Trump may have neglected to make that sort of distinction clear to his nephew.
Trump denied finding anything of value:
[Tesla’s] thoughts and efforts during at least the past 15 years were primarily of a speculative, philosophical, and somewhat promotional character often concerned with the production and wireless transmission of power; but did not include new, sound, workable principles or methods for realizing such results. -Dr. Trump
The theory is that John Trump saw that there were notes about time travel (since Tesla was studying this in his later years). Instead of giving the info to the FBI, John allegedly gave it to his nephew, Donald. These were notes on time travel such that when technology caught up with the theory; he could use it (John died in 1985).
North Korea: Nuclear Prophesy
If Trump could time travel, then the theory is that he has come back from the future to save us all from a nuclear holocaust (which we’ll discuss shortly with the John Titor stuff).
What’s curious here is that Donald Trump told Anderson Cooper in March 2016 that it was only a matter of “time” (emphasis on “time“) before North Korea has nuclear weapons. This is interesting because he has such a vitriol attitude towards the country (and various ill-spirited tweets basically provoking a nuclear battle with this country):
COOPER: So if you said, Japan, yes, it’s fine, you get nuclear weapons, South Korea, you as well, and Saudi Arabia says we want them, too?
TRUMP: Can I be honest with you? It’s going to happen, anyway. It’s going to happen anyway. It’s only a question of time. They’re going to start having them or we have to get rid of them entirely.
But you have so many countries already, China, Pakistan, you have so many countries, Russia, you have so many countries right now that have them.
Now, wouldn’t you rather in a certain sense have Japan have nuclear weapons when North Korea has nuclear weapons? And they do have them. They absolutely have them. They can’t – they have no carrier system yet but they will very soon.
Wouldn’t you rather have Japan, perhaps, they’re over there, they’re very close, they’re very fearful of North Korea, and we’re supposed to protect.
Donald Trump is John Titor
Donald used pseudonyms (a well established fact), including “John Miller.” What’s more controversial is a claim that he also used the alias of “John Titor.” I couldn’t validate the “Titor” claim as of this writing, but here is where the theory takes a bold turn into speculation:
John Titor is a well-documented person who claimed to be a time traveller.
Sidebar: Who is John Titor?
This is a man who went online in 2000 claiming to be a military soldier from the future (2036). He made several claims about the future, including one that featured a 2004 civil war in the U.S. followed up by nuclear war from Russia in 2015, killing three million people.
Obviously these assertions were disproved and in 2009 the men behind “John Titor” revealed themselves as Larry and John Haber.
So who is John Titor? An online hoax.
Ingersoll Lockwood’s Books
Now, let’s go back in time (no pun intended) to the late 1800’s. An author named Ingersoll Lockwood wrote a few science-fiction fantasy novels. The first one of relevance is called Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey and it was published in 1893. The second one was titled 1900: or, The Last President.
The astute reader can surely see the connections forming, as we see the name in the title of the first book as being identical to the name of one of Donald Trump’s sons; Barron Trump. In the novel, it is used as a title, meaning he is a baron and his actual name in the novel is Wilhelm Heinrich Sebastian Von Troomp.
This Baron Trump character is a young boy who lives in Castle Trump that travels to Russia (of all places) to find the portal to another dimension. When he gets there he follows the instructions provided by a man named “Don” (although “Don” is used as a Spanish reference for “Mr.” or “Sir” when we find the full name is Don Constantino Bartolomeo Strepholofidgeguaneriusfum).
In 1900: or, The Last President, Lockwood depicts New York City in November with an election gone awry as an “outsider” wins the U.S. Presidential election. The book even has a reference to Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue on page 5:
“The Fifth Avenue Hotel will be the first to feel the fury of the mob.”
This second book details the story of an uprising of Americans who deny the results of the Presidential election.
How does it all come together?
The cult of Trump “kekkers” on 4chan get off on claiming he is some sort of supernatural god in order to troll the masses. In this latest round of conjecture they believe that Trump was given Nikola Tesla’s secret plans for time travel from his uncle in 1985. At some point after 1985, Trump travelled to the future and saw the destruction of our world via terrorism. He came back with enough money to run for President, and is now going to save humanity with his advanced knowledge. The books written by Ingersoll Lockwood are predictive programming of Trump’s ascent to power with clues such as “Baron” Trump, political unrest, and Russian time machines.
While there are some similarities of interest here, the only tangible piece of evidence I’d consider is the Mandela Effect. This is related to the idea of mind connected to matter- a classic tale of occult religion. The connections of the cosmos to the mind is practiced by ceremonial magicians or witches using the Hermetic axiom “As Above So Below.”
We’ve seen this concept depicted on shows like Get Out and Stranger Things.
If you’re interested in more in this line of thinking- check out my article on Donald Trump & Meme Magick:
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