I’ll See You Yesterday – Season 3 Episode 1

None of us will ever get to hear the end of our personal story for our stories will go on long after we’ve gone. Where do our stories start? Where do they stop? Maybe the tales that we tell and the lives we lead don’t start and therefore never stop. Where one thing begins another ends and visa-versa. The present is simply the future dreaming and the past is a shadow of what was. Perhaps all of these concepts, past, present, future are only echos forever repeating through the corridors of a single place called Time.

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  1. Michael Edwards-Ronning

    What a mind-boggling episode! I wonder if time flows like a river and we may access dates by climbing onto the riverbank and jumping back in? Or if the man could remain in the river and move back and forth? I cannot imagine how he was able to go back and encounter you: it is a stunning account.

  2. michelle thompson

    Every episode you have done is good but, this one was one of those truly unnerving ones. I’m sure you are also familiar with the Stargate Project in which the U.S. government experimented heavily remote viewing during the cold war. I’m still skeptical but not at all dismissing of any of this stuff. Great episode, John!

  3. Mary Copus

    I only just discovered this podcast but I can’t wait for more episodes!
    All the stories are so interesting so thank you for sharing!

  4. Jo Browning

    Excellent! Please post more!

  5. Jilly Bean Jackson

    I want to start at the beginning. .but which one? This one? The last one? The first one on this planet or the last one before I got here? I am being forced to simply open the blank book and place my finger on the page and just…simply…begin….

  6. Dear John E.L. Tenney,

    I found you while randomly listening to the Euphomet Podcast. I found your perspective refreshing and your demeanor positive and open minded. I’ve just listened to all of Realm of the Weird. I think it’s wonderful. I can’t help but wonder why the episodes are so short (even though they are, as you’ve intended, I’m sure, appropriately impactful), and why they’re aren’t many many more of them?

    At any rate, I highly enjoy them. Keep up the fantastic work, and I’ll definitely be looking into the other mediums where your work can be found.


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