The “Real” Time Machine

By on December 29, 2012 // Time Travel // 5 Comments

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The Real Time Machine

This is a Hyper Dimensional Resonator, also known as an HDR. Invented in 1985, this device is said to manipulate time and space, allowing its user to embark on strange out-of-body experiences (OBEs).


Oh, but the HDR possesses many other unique qualities, as well.

It may produce fog, or rain. It may change the way your mind functions, and how you perceive the universe. And, most intriguingly of all, if you successfully locate an interdimensional gateway, or vortex (at just the right time, of course), you can even use the device to astrally travel through time.

Yes, you heard right: it is a time machine.

It also may or may not attract cats.

How Does It “Work?”

It’s simple, really.

The user must first place a quartz crystal into the “witness well,” which augments the frequency of the HDR, thus allowing time travel to occur. Then, the user must rub the rubbing plate while concentrating on the time and place he or she would like to travel.

When turned on, a Tensor coil within the Hyper Dimensional Resonator produces scalar waves that warp time around the device, generating an electromagnetic field and disrupting the usual flow of time. And off you go.

Like I said, simple.

Given the relative simplicity of the hardware, many have also attempted to build HDRs at home. That’s right: you, too, can unlock the power of time travel by soldering six rectifier diodes in a circle inside a box that looks about as complicated as an Atari 2600.

Has Anyone Traveled Through Time With It?

Many claim to have successfully traveled through time using an HDR, yes. Others have reported bizarre OBEs and other phenomena.

In 2004, one brave soul in particular risked his life in an unsuccessful attempt to voyage back to the year 1982.

Here is the shocking footage, caught on camera:

So be careful out there, fellow chrononauts!

And don’t forget the crystals!

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About the Author

Rob Schwarz is a writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. He manages Stranger Dimensions in between changing aquarium filters and reading bad novels about mermaids.

  • Wingy

    what was it that sold me on this? was it the wishing well that magically reads your mind and knows how to bend time and space to get you to a desired point? no. was it the 3 toggle switches with no defined purpose? no. was it the 2- first one and second on- potentiometers? no. was it that it took him over 2 minutes to actual get the device open? no. I was sold on the creepy long fingernails and how confidently and articulately this fine individual spoke. I’ll take 5.

  • Andre

    I think he could have opened it quicker if he used his fingernails instead of the screwdriver.

    • Rob

      I’ve heard fingernails can interfere with the delicate nature of the space-time continuum. Better safe than sorry.

  • Nancy King

    I was able to “time travel” a few years back, and I didn’t even need a machine! Here’s how it happened: I used the NovaDreamer, Kelly Howell’s ecstacy CD, Oxybliss peace CD, dick sutphen’s PK CD, and steven laberge’s lucid dreaming CD, almost all at the same time.
    I’m not sure what kind of travel it was, though, it seemed like a few seconds. I “revisited” my kindergarten teacher’s farm. I felt like I was wearing my 5-year-old body as a Halloween costume! I could feel the cold air on my face (it was springtime), see the trees, animals, and smell the farm smells. A certain sound transported me back there, but I can’t remember now what it was.

    • SparkleJumpropeQueen

      thats not time travel. Thats a dream. I’ve had one like that, where it feels real. But its not.