DWQA QuestionsCategory: MetaphysicsA viewer asks: “Was Jesus’ healing of Lazarus retrocausal, involving time manipulation?”
Nicola Staff asked 4 months ago

Here we are running into complexities for which the language is not quite doing justice to the phenomena in question. You can, indeed, consider this a form of retrocausal healing in the sense an action in the future, after the passing of an individual, is summoning divine help to restore them to a former state of being in the living, and this is why someone can be brought back from the dead even when one would assume, in some cases, so much time has passed there would be severe deterioration of cells and tissues within the body, making this impossible or just too formidable a healing challenge, even for the divine to undo such damage. But that is not perceiving the possibility of skipping back through time to restore someone to life by projecting their former existence into the present and, in effect, healing the past retrocausally. So this was, indeed, a time manipulation of the energy of the being of Lazarus as well as the energies of Christ impinging and setting things in motion across time.