And remember, I'm not just coming up with something I've invented. I've taken into account what Christ supposedly said in the Thomas Gospel about the beginning and end being in the same place, Rupert Sheldrake's hypothesis that instinct may not really be inborn instinct at all, but memory.
I've also made some worldly tests, such as noting my concept of time on frequent trips to certain destinations such as Tijuana, Las Vegas, Yuma, Az, etc. It seems that the return trip always seem shorter. This has led me to think that the acceleratedr concept time on the return trip indicates that I've been measuring it from my point of origin and not from the point of departure on the return trip. I've noticed also that the idea that the return trip seems shorter does not even occur when I go to and return from places I hardly ever visit. Therefore, that has led me to conclude that the return to the source is something that I somehow "remember."