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The Multiversal Messiah and God from the future.

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posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 04:22 PM
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The quantum physicists say that anything that ever could happen or will happen, HAS happened in other realities and that we exist in more than one place at more than one time in more than one state of mind.

What this means is that there are duplicates of ourselves throughout the different infinite probabilities of alternative timelines or parallel universes.

Therefore, it may be possibly that one universe, or timeline, could be called the golden probability.
in this golden probability reality there is a chance that time travel was discovered within the history of said universe.

What that may mean is that God may have created himself from the future, and all other alternative timelines or universes have branched out of the golden probability at every quantum event. which means when god created reality , he created all other realities as well.

The multiversal messiah is what one would call Schrodinger's cat, where he is dead and alive at the same time in different realities, or that his death was a quantum event that caused the creation of an alternative timeline. In essence, God would be the Messiah from the future.

Imagine an Average person living today who had faced death and realized that he was like Schrodinger's cat, and himself from the future was God, as well as knowing he exists in alternative realities at the same time. Truly, this person would not fear death at all.

If you've read the whole bible and have a full understanding of modern science this may sound like ultimate truth.


edit on 25-7-2015 by Belcastro because: spelling




posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 05:05 PM
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a reply to: Belcastro

A more interesting concept to me would include quantum entanglement.

What if we all live each life possible on as many strings as necessary. Each person experiences the role of Messiah on One string, then when all strings collapse our conscious remains.

Then the entangled ME across all strings comes together as a unified whole experience.


edit on 25-7-2015 by Isurrender73 because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 05:10 PM
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originally posted by: Isurrender73
a reply to: Belcastro

A more interesting concept to me would include quantum entanglement.

What if we all live each life possible on as many strings as necessary. Each person experiences the role of Messiah on One string, then when all strings collapse our conscious remains.

Then the entangled ME across all strings comes together as a unified whole experience.


I personally believe that dreams are other realities and that when you dream is exactly what you describe.
Being quantum entangled to yourself in other realities.



posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 05:17 PM
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I personally believe that dreams are other realities and that when you dream is exactly what you describe. Being quantum entangled to yourself in other realities.
a reply to: Belcastro
I believe the same. When you go to bed angry or upset, your consciousness travels to other realities to find answers for you. That's why we feel better the next morning. We're multidimensional, it's what we do.



posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 05:26 PM
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originally posted by: Belcastro
The quantum physicists say that anything that ever could happen or will happen, HAS happened in other realities

No they don't.
There is a theoretical model that branches all possible events into all possible end state, essentially building a map of all possible permutations of the universe. Claiming that these exist, completely defies the logic in our world and destroys that thought as quickly as it came up.
One permutation would be that the whole world is completely identical to ours, except that all manufactured shoes would only fit the left foot. This does not happen in an otherwise rational world.



What this means is that there are duplicates of ourselves throughout the different infinite probabilities of alternative timelines or parallel universes.

No, it doesn't.



Therefore, [...]

Therefore, it is completely nonsensical to derive (speculate, rather) anything from it.



What that may mean is that God may have created himself from the future, and all other alternative timelines or universes have branched out of the golden probability at every quantum event. which means when god created reality , he created all other realities as well.

No.



The multiversal messiah is what one would call Schrodinger's cat, where he is dead and alive at the same time in different realities, or that his death was a quantum event that caused the creation of an alternative timeline. In essence, God would be the Messiah from the future.

No.



Imagine an Average person living today who had faced death and realized that he was like Schrodinger's cat, and himself from the future was God, as well as knowing he exists in alternative realities at the same time. Truly, this person would not fear death at all.

This makes even less sense. Why would a copy make someone less interested about one's own life?



If you've read the whole bible and have a full understanding of modern science this may sound like ultimate truth.

The bible is of little use anywhere else than in getting a better grasp of the origins of our civilization.
Having a somewhat of a grasp of modern science would make this sound like the ultimate baloney.



posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 05:39 PM
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a reply to: Belcastro

In multiverse theory, the act of going back in time or splitting timelines creates a whole other universe. And only within that universe and all others branching off after that point would the ramifications be felt. All preceding universes however would not be affected because the ripples are a forward event. Therefore no one could save every universe. There would only be one optimal universe...and all others would perish as chance dictates. But then, it was already understood that only the few would be worthy. Nothing like a multiversal game of dice to separate the wheat from the chaff.



posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 05:44 PM
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a reply to: Belcastro

I like that theory. Unfortunately I don't remember many of my dreams.



posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 05:53 PM
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originally posted by: Nevertheless

originally posted by: Belcastro
The quantum physicists say that anything that ever could happen or will happen, HAS happened in other realities

No they don't.
There is a theoretical model that branches all possible events into all possible end state, essentially building a map of all possible permutations of the universe. Claiming that these exist, completely defies the logic in our world and destroys that thought as quickly as it came up.
One permutation would be that the whole world is completely identical to ours, except that all manufactured shoes would only fit the left foot. This does not happen in an otherwise rational world.



What this means is that there are duplicates of ourselves throughout the different infinite probabilities of alternative timelines or parallel universes.

No, it doesn't.



Therefore, [...]

Therefore, it is completely nonsensical to derive (speculate, rather) anything from it.



What that may mean is that God may have created himself from the future, and all other alternative timelines or universes have branched out of the golden probability at every quantum event. which means when god created reality , he created all other realities as well.

No.



The multiversal messiah is what one would call Schrodinger's cat, where he is dead and alive at the same time in different realities, or that his death was a quantum event that caused the creation of an alternative timeline. In essence, God would be the Messiah from the future.

No.



Imagine an Average person living today who had faced death and realized that he was like Schrodinger's cat, and himself from the future was God, as well as knowing he exists in alternative realities at the same time. Truly, this person would not fear death at all.

This makes even less sense. Why would a copy make someone less interested about one's own life?



If you've read the whole bible and have a full understanding of modern science this may sound like ultimate truth.

The bible is of little use anywhere else than in getting a better grasp of the origins of our civilization.
Having a somewhat of a grasp of modern science would make this sound like the ultimate baloney.




"An atom and its electrons are multiversal objects."
"we humans exist in more than one place in more than one time in more than one state of mind."



00:49:43 in which every possible quantum mechanical outcome for each and every atom in the universe

00:49:50 exists somewhere.

00:49:53 So an atom and its electron are multiversal objects.

00:49:58 And that multiversal object is

00:50:00 what quantum mechanics is describing.


- (Prof. David Deutsch, Oxford). We are ... and, and, eh... that's
right. And the same theory that says that the atoms exist in more than
one place in different universes, says that we humans also exist in
more than one place, and in more than one state of mind, and so forth,
in different universes.


edit on 25-7-2015 by Belcastro because: Ignorance Denied



posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 06:13 PM
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Personally, I think of "God" as more of a universal consciousness that we are all connected to, some more than others. The quantum theory that time would not exist if a consciousness was not there to observe it kind of backs that up. We are quarks, atoms, stardust, all one entity... together, perceiving time because that is what we do.



posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 06:18 PM
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originally posted by: AshFan
Personally, I think of "God" as more of a universal consciousness that we are all connected to, some more than others. The quantum theory that time would not exist if a consciousness was not there to observe it kind of backs that up. We are quarks, atoms, stardust, all one entity... together, perceiving time because that is what we do.


i believe that God is all things;
Jesus said the first will be last and the last will be first.

Jesus calls himself the alpha and omega. the beginning and the end, the FIRST and the LAST.
So i interpret that to mean he is everyone and everything.

but i also believe he exists as an entity.



posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 06:44 PM
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originally posted by: AshFan
Personally, I think of "God" as more of a universal consciousness that we are all connected to, some more than others. The quantum theory that time would not exist if a consciousness was not there to observe it kind of backs that up. We are quarks, atoms, stardust, all one entity... together, perceiving time because that is what we do.


if time did not exist without a conscious observer then how would anything exist unless someone witnessed the creation of reality.

In revelation there is the Amen, Called the faithful and true witness to the creation.

"To the angel of the church in Laodicea write: These are the words of the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the ruler of God's creation." thats the NIV version which many will probably say is a false interpretation but either way there is a witness to the creation in the bible

In the New American Standard Bible
"To the angel of the church in Laodicea write: The Amen, the faithful and true Witness, the Beginning of the creation of God, says this:"

which implies that god was created.



posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 11:07 PM
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THat's some heavy sh*t, Doc. I have pondered these very concepts since I was little. It reminds me of that film- the name of which eludes me now - but the main character is like a hit-man or something, but travels into alternate dimensions to kill other versions of himself to take their power; thus, he becomes 'the One,' or something. I need to get in touch with my succe$$ful & super-kissy alternate versions of myself from other dimensions and trade places for an extended while.



posted on Jul, 26 2015 @ 12:51 AM
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a reply to: Belcastro

When some theoreticalphysics is applied on the real world, weird consequences happen that simply are not possible.
But it makes good tv.



posted on Jul, 28 2015 @ 05:32 AM
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originally posted by: Belcastro


In revelation there is the Amen, Called the faithful and true witness to the creation.

In the New American Standard Bible
"To the angel of the church in Laodicea write: The Amen, the faithful and true Witness, the Beginning of the creation of God, says this:"

which implies that god was created.

I think they mean Creation is the creation of God ,
not the beginning of God
and Amen witnessed the event .

edit on 28-7-2015 by radarloveguy because: (no reason given)



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