Time Vector Codes

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Are Time Codes which manifest coordinate locations in dimensional spaces in timelines... (time vectors) ...[1]

Time Vectors hold Fire Codes

The upcoming Gemini influence and other cosmological arrangements around this June's Summer Solstice are projecting a deep process of saturation of primary Aurora color coding through the Krystal Kaleidoscope. The Aurora Rays are Plasma Waves patterns building layers of kaleidoscopic color coded shields which geometrically intersect with the Aurora time continuum. The Aurora time continuum is accessed within multiple time vectors located in the Trans-time fields. Time Vectors are time codes which relate to fire codes or fire letters which are directly a part of activating planetary and human DNA. Through the activation of fire codes in DNA one shifts timelines, one can bypass timelines, one can eliminate destructive timelines and one may remember or view cellular memories in other timelines.When one is observing cellular memories from another timeline, it allows participation with the choices made that had impacted the past, present or future, through changing or clearing those memories that were made in those Timelines. This is referred to as "rehabilitation of the timeline" which is made through the repair of genetic damage that was caused by the time vector code that holds the historical record of those accumulated cellular memories.[2]

Fire Letters

Each DNA strand corresponds to a Fire Letter or Fire Code built upon electromagnetic impulses of sound arranged in patterned sequences. Each Fire Letter corresponds to a dimensional frequency band of consciousness in the Universal Tree of Life or the 12 Tree Grid. Collectively all the Fire Letter Code sequences correspond to the 12 DNA strand matrix which is the original genetic construction code of the human species.

References

  1. Masculine Body Reconstruction October 2012 Newsletter
  2. Krystal Kaleidoscope June 2102 Newsletter



See Also:

Vector Code


Term first found in HGS Manual: Page 193