What can be associated with this?
An out-of-body experience (OBE or sometimes OOBE), is an experience that typically involves a sensation of floating outside of one's body and, in
some cases, perceiving one's physical body from a place outside one's body
Albert Einsteins the the Theory of Relativity, proof of the soul or inner being:
Albert Einstein (1870-1955) in his watershed publication, Relativity: the Special and General Theory (1918), described all existance as energy,
although it takes many forms. According to the theory of relatvity all matter, from people and plants to tables and chairs, is comprised of energy
structures- atoms, molecules, and electrons- that vibrate at different frequencies. The energy of matter that forms an object we consider solid, such
as this book, vibrates so slowly that we are able to physically percieve its matter. The energy of matter we cannot see such as the air we breathe,
vibrates very fast .
Many people have stated that they feel vibrations when they are about to go to sleep. The bed shakes, vibrations in the ears causing pain and many
other types. The questions is what is it?
What is shaking?
Chances are its the inner person. Otherwise known as the soul. The soul is probably leaving the body. The only way to leave the body is through
vibrations or shaking.
Why does the soul need to vibrate or shake?
According to Einsteins Theory of Relativity:
The energy of matter that forms an object we consider solid, such as this book, vibrates so slowly that we are able to physically percieve its
matter. The energy of matter we cannot see such as the air we breathe, vibrates very fast
Since the spirit is matter as well as everything else in the physical world. The spirit is very fast matter, it is made up that way. The only way for
it to leave would be through vibrating so fast that it becomes light and allows for movement and since it is very fast matter we cannot see it. So of
course you would have to vibrate to leave your body.
Where does the soul go?
Now when you leave your body, chances are you either
A) Go to a different Dimension
B) Roam this plane (the earthly plane).
The problem is that once you leave your body you cannot in anyway influence either plane. You can only Observe, nothing else. Now in going to a
different dimension, you are entering a place that is the same, but slightly different in one key aspect or another. Unlike the earthly plane, in
which the body just floats around and observes the present earth, this is not a different dimension.
In entering a different dimension. Things come in and things go out. The most common thing or the most common symptom of both A and B is, Déjà
is the experience of feeling sure that one has witnessed or experienced a new situation previously (an individual feels as though an event has
already happened or has happened in the near past), although the exact circumstances of the previous encounter are uncertain
Now you maybe wondering what goes in and what comes out?
In the process of traveling to another dimension, an equal and opposite reaction must occur. So when you open a portal to another dimension, you
inevitably open another portal somewhere else.
Whenever a particle A exerts a force on another particle B, B simultaneously exerts a force on A with the same magnitude in the opposite
direction. The strong form of the law further postulates that these two forces act along the same line. This law is often simplified into the
sentence, "To every action there is an equal and opposite reaction."
In the process of traveling a portal must open somewhere else. This makes people disappear and could be the reason why some many things vanish for no
reason. But what comes in? That is very interesting and a question that I cannot answer, but only speculate about.
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a persistent one," according to the late Albert Einstein. But, "if everything is an illusion and nothing
exists," humorist Woody Allen has observed, "I definitely overpaid for my carpet."
Physicists who work with a concept called string theory envision our universe as an eerie place with at least nine spatial dimensions, six of them
hidden from us, perhaps curled up in some way so they are undetectable. The big question is why we experience the universe in only three spatial
dimensions instead of four, or six, or nine.
Alternate realities or parallel universes for anyone who has never heard of these concepts before are another reality that seems to run parallel
to the reality you currently live in. The idea of an alternative reality to the reality you are currently living in would exist if you made a
different choice somewhere during the course of your life. Of course we are making choices constantly, all day and every day of our lives so the idea
of alternate realities would seem to suggest there could be literally billions or an almost infinite number of possible alternate realities or
parallel universes. A parallel universe is basically just another name for an alternate reality.
Parallel universes aren’t just the stuff of sci-fi, according to a mathematical discovery by Oxford scientists. The breakthrough is being
described as "one of the most important developments in the history of science".
The multiverse (or meta-universe (metaverse)) is the hypothetical set of multiple possible universes (including our universe) that together
comprise all of reality. The different universes within the multiverse are sometimes called parallel universes. The structure of the multiverse, the
nature of each universe within it and the relationship between the various constituent universes, depend on the specific multiverse hypothesis
String theory is of interest to many physicists because it requires new mathematical and physical ideas to mesh together its very different
mathematical formulations. One of the most inclusive of these is the 11-dimensional M-theory, and in the M-theory way of thinking, string theory
requires spacetime to have eleven dimensions, as opposed to the usual three space and one time. The original string theories from the 1980s
describe special cases of M-theory where the eleventh dimension is a very small circle or a line, and if these formulations are considered as
fundamental, then string theory requires ten dimensions. But the theory also describes universes like ours, with four observable spacetime dimensions,
as well as universes with up to 10 flat space dimensions, and also cases where the position in some of the dimensions is not described by a real
number, but by completely different type of mathematical quantity. So the notion of space-time dimension is not a fixed thing in string theory: it is
best thought of as different in different circumstances
Hope it was enjoyable and thank you readers!
[edit on May 17th 2009 by TheMythLives]
[edit on May 17th 2009 by TheMythLives]