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No - mass is the cause of g-field, and the g field is the cause of gravitational time dilation, these being of 2 differing types of opposing directions in my model.

Where-as the hypothetical third time dilation of open space is then the physical cause for the acceleration or deceleration of gravity.

It's important to understand what it is that a person, or indeed current theory itself is saying before going off and making statements as you have above.

It would appear that you are not making any distinction between sequential time and time dilation.

According to GR sequential time has the possibility of flowing in 2 directions. Forward and backward.This is the case because in GR differing coordinates are inherent with differing rates of time.

GR time dilation can be thought to be directional because it decreases the length of a second at increasing h from M, and increases the length of a second at decreasing h from M.

When I describe the hypothetical third time dilation of my model as being counter directional to GR time dilation, all this means is that this third time dilation increases the length of a second at increasing h from M, and decreases the length of a second at decreasing h from M.

This hypothetical third time dilation will not be measured by a clock as it is inherent to open space only, and the idea of its addition in my model is to give a physical cause to the accelerative force of gravity.

Yes - you are correct. My model is not described via conventional relativity... What of it?

I'm not the only person on the planet who has altered relativity in order to make differing description of observation....What's your problem?