OK - to put it a different way:

We have a mass. Around this mass is a gravity field that decreases in energy via the inverse square law with distance.

Looking at radius 1,2,3,4,5 of open space gravity field around this mass... We put clocks at radius 1,2,3,4,5 and all these clock's are subject to gravity potential energy that will be escalating by degree from radius 1 through to radius 5.

Take the clocks away from these radius... We are now looking at radius 1,2,3,4,5 as an open space gravity field because we are minus the clocks.

The proposed inverted gravitational time dilation is a measure of what time is doing for the locations of radius 1,2,3,4,5 minus the clocks, and will follow the decreasing energy of the gravity field surrounding the mass decreasing via the inverse square law with the distance of radius 1,2,3,4,5...

ie: the proposed inverted gravitational time dilation...

(Less energy = decreased rate of time. ie: inverted time theory)

Looking at what's happening in this situation from radius 5,4,3,2,1 of the open space gravity field, the energy of the gravity field is increasing in energy via...hmmm, the inverse square law reversed* from radius 5 through to 1...

ie: inverted gravitational time dilation...

(More energy = increased rate of time. ie: inverted time theory)

((*is that the cubing law? ...and please do answer, its how I learn))

Put the clocks back at radius 1,2,3,4,5, and potential energy is now a factor that increases the energy of the clock by degrees from radius 1 through to 5...

ie: GR gravitational time dilation...

(More energy = increased rate of time. ie: inverted time theory)

Looking at the situation from radius 5,4,3,2,1, the factor of gravity potential energy decreases for the clock from radius 5 through to 1...

ie: GR gravitational time dilation...

(Less energy = decreased rate of time. ie: inverted time theory)