[Editor's Note: The 'multi-universe' is based upon the idea that there are simultaneous and multiple levels of existence occupying the same space, but in a slightly different frequency band. Therefore, we can only see, hear, or experience those events that are "vibrating" within our frequency range, but we are unaware that other "people" are experiencing another reality within their frequency band-but in the same location. If you read the "Seth" books channelled by Jane Roberts, she talks about this 'Unknown Reality' at length. ...Ken].
By David Brandt<firstname.lastname@example.org>
October 4, 20078
September 30, 2007
The multi verse 'theory' is true, but far too complex to go into detail
on. So many stories are based on paradoxical events by time-travel into
the past. If there were one timeline 'universe', anyone with the
technology to affect events on that timeline would be doing so, creating
extreme chaos (something we have in ample supply). This is why I've
made brief references to timelines in what I've written.
We have more
than enough to deal with on this timeline without concerning ourselves
about other ones--and this is the only one we should be concerned with.
I have observed this from a point of timelessness, having access to so
much knowledge that it makes the internet less then microscopic. And from
that point, I labeled my experience here as 'profoundly simple'.
here, it is extremely complex--most of us have difficulty with the
concept of time, as we are viewing it from a finite reference point. At
one time it gave me 'headaches' attempting to figure it out (not
literally, but intellectually difficult). After my experiential events,
I don't even think about it because I have an understanding of it.
Explaining it is far more difficult.
It is the way it is because it can
be no other way, we would not gain the benefit of experience without
accepting this particular limitation. Although I have read that some
scientists at Oxford have proven this mathematically, it makes not one
bit of difference to me, nor should it to anyone else except as a matter
of curiosity. Affecting one particular timeline without 'branching off' into another has been a longtime goal, but one which cannot be realized
as there are rules built into 3rd density experience (it is a
safeguard). There are far more important aspects of life to focus
on-such as our purpose, which is, ultimately, spiritual advancement.
This encompasses many aspects of life which don't need an explanation.
October 04, 2007
Now there's actually debate that the multi verse proves the
non-existence of God. If anything, the evidence for this, for the order
and design--and from my observation complexity is evidence to the
Even at the most basic level, simple observation demonstrates
that 'chance', etc. is not what is occurring here, but instead purpose.
Purpose is evidence of intelligence, and even the ability to conceive of
ideas having to do with time and space is evidence of intelligent
design. There are no accidents or coincidences, and the fallacy of
using a concept requiring intelligence to arrive at as proof that
intelligence doesn't exist is self-defeating.
Although I emphasize that
giving these concepts thought as a matter of curiousity is good, it is
by no means a priority in our lives--but I am amazed at the circular
logic. "I am intelligent enough to ask these questions, but there is no
intelligence in the design that gave me this ability" is so
contradictory as to be...well, I am a person that was this way for many
years until the sheer number and severity of events experienced caused
Atheism is a gateway as well, and one usually arrived at
from the rejection of religious dogma and issues of idealism. Although
I can observe the flaws, I will never attempt to challenge the belief
system, which is based on disbelief--as per the law of allowance. Each
of us has their path, and I base my views of others on their actions. I
have observed attempts at forcing beliefs on others which both religion
and organizations such a CSICOP have done. The bottom line is that this
is still about experience, and none of us have the answers for others,
just our perspective based on our own observations and experience.
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