posted on Feb, 9 2009 @ 05:13 PM
One possibility of many is this:
You are the only conscious being in the entire universe.
That means I am the only conscious entity in my world. You are the only conscious entity in your world. Reality exists via the coalescing of parallel
worlds. These realms exist in an overlay fashion, where most remain unseen yet take up the same physical space.
Another possibility that we are all conscious entities comprising a collective within the same universe. Parallel universes would then we comprised of
varying yet similar collectives.
Reality could be anything, but I'm certain that there are other dimensions and parallel realities.
As for the purpose, I think our universe and each subsequent parallel reality exist to provide valuable information to the god-mind. I think God is in
the same predicament we find ourselves in -- the pursuit of true self awareness. This driving force could be running all these universes as one
mammoth distributed computing project, where each life lived, each cycle played out entirely, each universe's expanse and collapse all provide
information back to the god-mind in order to build God's own concept of self.
We think we are self aware, yet we are confused by our own essence. A brain that can study itself boggles the mind, literally - it's like an
inescapable feedback loop we exist in. We have no idea where we come from. We have no idea where we're going. We have no idea what our purpose is
here, and yet we say we are conscious beings. We are in fact only conscious of the fact that we still have no idea who we really are. We spend our
lives trying to figure this out. And how do we try and learn this? Through experience. And that could very well be what the god-mind is doing, gaining
information through our experiences -- and if we're all part of the universal mind (which we most certainly are) then we contribute directly to this
pursuit with our every thought and breath.
Hologram, simulation, program...individual parallel worlds, collective parallel worlds, or both -- whatever the case may be, it all seems to be based
on the necessity for the collection of knowledge and information, which in turn leads to the true self awareness that we're all a part of.
[edit on 9/2/09 by Evasius]