posted on Jul, 19 2008 @ 06:17 PM
I would like to take this opportunity to offer a theory in brief for those in the scientific community and others to consider. This theory, if indeed
it were true, would have a direct bearing on man’s (and other beings?) understanding of, and preparations for, what some believe will be a “change
in the cosmic climate” taking place now or in the relatively near future. I offer this point of view based on my understanding that the universe is
very profound and multi-dimensional in structure, its celestial bodies exist in relation to one another, and that the universe itself undergoes
processes of evolutionary change. I do not claim to be an expert or even a student in the field of astrophysics or in any other field of science for
that matter, and quite frankly, my background from the perspective of contemporary science would be considered more philosophical or spiritual in
nature. So you may consider this a disclaimer.
However, let me begin by suggesting that we human beings live in a particular physical dimension of time-space that is delimited at the microcosmic
level by molecules and delimited at the macrocosmic level by stars and other celestial bodies. The space or distance between these “particles”
appears to be very vast to us, and by and large this is the space we have always been living in, have been traveling in and have been exploring. At
this “level” of existence, there also exist other complex structures of dimensions of time-space in parallel such that manifestations of the
reality that we live in and its scenes are also reflected in these other dimensions. For example, throughout a certain range of dimensions the reality
of our world would exist in its near-present state, past state and future state, as these are parallel time-space dimensions. Within the concept of
time travel, the theory is that a person or object makes a jump from one parallel dimension of time-space to another.
So when I use the term “multi-dimensional cosmic change,” I am in fact referring to a shift, an evolution, or otherwise a change in physical state
that affects not only the physical dimension in which we live, but entire spans of parallel dimensions, entire groups of complex interconnected
dimensions, and/or the reality in numerous dimensions both within and beyond our knowledge.
First Implication: Not A Common Changing of the Age
Many scientists believe that human civilizations have existed on earth during different periods of history that predate our modern mankind. Remnants
of “pre-historic” cultures have been found on nearly all of the major continents and, in some cases, below the oceans. Some people thus believe
that catastrophic or cataclysmic events all but wiped out these ancient civilizations, leaving a small number of survivors in different regions who
then gave rise to civilization again. Some speculate that the earth’s continental plates shifted, others believe there were earthquakes or floods,
others suggest that another celestial object collided with the earth causing the extinction of living beings. However it happened, some archeologists
believe that these cataclysmic changes took place on multiple occasions, perhaps even in cycles, as evidenced by these civilizations’ remains.
However, even if catastrophic/cataclysmic changes did take place in ancient history, they would not inherently need to be changes that also occurred
beyond our physical dimension. The molecular structure of this dimension and of human beings would not necessarily be altered with the changing of the
age. Human beings who survived the transition period from one age to the next would live in their normal state just as before, and a similar
civilization would start anew.
[edit on 19-7-2008 by HaveYouConsidered?]