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The concrete, scientific mind is now contacting the abstract realms of thought, but is in need of the guiding light of the intuition to reveal a simplified, more synthetic view of the universe as an organism with a set and stable form and constitution.. ~ The Electric Bridge, Lucis Trust
24:04 "Alice Bailey tells us: Time and Space are but states of consciousness.." ~ The Electric Bridge, Lucis Trust
originally posted by: SecularOpinionz
time travel only works in virtual 3d worlds
I just have a very difficult time swallowing this interpretation...
Bifrost (pronounced roughly “BEEF-roast;” Old Norse Bifröst) is the rainbow bridge that connects Asgard, the world of the Aesir tribe of gods, with Midgard, the world of humanity.
The etymology of the word is uncertain. The original form of the name seems to be Bilröst, which suggests a meaning along the lines of “the fleetingly glimpsed rainbow.” If Bifröst is correct, however, the meaning would be something akin to “the shaking or trembling rainbow.” In either case, the word points to the ephemeral and fragile nature of the bridge.
All rainbows, of course, are “fleeting.” In the pre-Christian Germanic worldview, the invisible, religious modality of existence doesn’t lie in a realm of absolute remove from the material world, as in monotheistic religions. Rather, it lies within or behind the everyday, material world. (See Myth, Pantheism, and Animism.) The mythological image of Bifrost expresses the existential meaning that the rainbow carries in this perspective, and, accordingly, Bifrost lies behind and within any and every visible rainbow, each of which is a transitory and quaking bridge between the sky and the earth, between Asgard and Midgard.
originally posted by: eastendkid
"Alice Bailey tells us: Time and Space are but states of consciousness.." ~ The Electric Bridge, Lucis Trust