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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Multiverse Resonator

Basically the Multiverse Resonator is an HDR unit with a copper metal pyramid on top based on the Giza pyramid in Egypt. This unit has six dials instead of two, but the design is similar. Now, according to Steven Gibbs, the Multiverse Resonator does not need a vortex to work. This is because the pyramid generates its own rotating vortex allowing you to time travel without the use of an natural grid point. In other words, an artificial grid point is built into the design, and frees you from having to locate a grid point vortex.

Steven Gibbs says that this is dangerous because without a natural vortex you can get stuck on the other side when doing physical time travel. Therefore he does not sell the MVR, but only the HDR.