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Do we wake up in a different/alternate universe every morning?

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posted on Mar, 28 2010 @ 03:18 AM
I think its possible, but the other universe wouldnt be slightly different, it could be totality different

but the problem is that, lets say you go to another body when you wake up, you just wouldnt know your past, so you would think you experienced your whole life as that person, animal ...

but your "theory" says that we would still be in the same body ... maybe, but imagine you go to a universe when you are dead or dont exist, so, you would be just energy or part of the nature ... so

I think that we dont change universe every morning ... and if you say we could, I dont think we would need to be asleep, but I just find it so hard to think about this subject, because this is more than fringe ...

posted on Mar, 28 2010 @ 09:35 AM

Originally posted by Faiol
because this is more than fringe ...

A person can go mad thinking about this too much.

Seriously, it's good that this topic is brought up. There is probably something to this than meets the eye.

[edit on 28-3-2010 by sphinx551]

posted on Apr, 4 2010 @ 02:24 AM
reply to post by sphinx551

I wish that I had noticed this post earlier. I had to sign up, just to reply. It seems possible that we could awaken to other realities for various reasons.

I often wondered if something similar happened to me years ago, in the events following 6/27/97 - 7/7/97. I left Colorado to visit my sister in Texas. I traveled by plane. After returning, everything seemed normal. However, as time passed everything seemed strange in some way and far less positive than before I had left. This is a trend that continued up until the present and I can't help but think that there may be something to it.

Also, I've had dreams that made me think that they may be alternate realities. Not to say that all dreams are.

When I was 9 years old, in 1986, I dreampt that I was talking to some other kids. I realized that I was dreaming and told them that I was real and that they were not. They argued that it was impossible. I said that I could prove it to them. If they would hold onto my hands as I woke up, I could try to bring them into the real world. They agreed. When I woke up I fell out of bed and rolled halfway across my bedroom, as if I were pulling on something and lost my grip.

Years later, in 2003, I dreampt that I visited someone at a house that they used to live at. The strange thing about that dream, is that everyone used horses (and carts) as transportation instead of cars. This occured even at Fitzsimmons which was an Army medical center, which had in reality been converted to a "civilian" medical center some time ago.

Then there was another dream in which it was implied that some kind of major problems had happened in the world. I worked at a place which was like a warehouse and a bunker and only a select few people were able to buy goods from the store the warehouse supplied.

It seemed really strange and maybe it was nothing, as they all may be. But maybe there is something to this.

I hope someone reads this and would really like to hear any opinions.

posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 11:52 PM
I think it is possible, but there is no way to know if one changes universes, because we have no universe to compare the universe we currently perceive to, because we only know what we have and continue to perceive.

p.s. for the record i definitely believe this is possible.

[edit on 12-4-2010 by FludBlake]

posted on Apr, 15 2012 @ 09:08 PM
Today I'm noticing strange things. For instance I read that Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie were engaged now. I remember them being married for years. I thought maybe they were considered unofficially married so people just called them married. I thought maybe that was it. Then when I went to do my laundry, I remember tossing something on the floor the other day and thought, I'll just pick it up when I do my laundry during the weekend. The clothes were not where I put them by accident. Hopefully if I switched into a parallel universe, I don't notice anything bad. I drank a pretty good amount last night and didn't even have the slightest hangover. Strange I thought. I drank some draft beer so maybe it was watered down.

If you told me I woke up in a parallel universe this morning, I might believe you. I'm wondering what else I will find different from what I remember.

I remember some threads on here about switching universes but did not find them right away. I'm sure they are there somewhere.
edit on 15/4/12 by orionthehunter because: (no reason given)

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 11:10 PM
reply to post by ZeroKnowledge

Breathing is simple, but done right the results can be unimaginable, definately access to alternate dimensions of some sort. I also think dreams are extremely likely to be a product of the astral plane, perhaps in another dimension.

OP, This is a neat question, and theoretically it could be possible given that we are constantly expanding, the universe as a whole. I don't think quite that fast though. This kind of reminds me of holographic reality theory. Anyway, star for you, thanks for your thoughts


posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 12:03 AM
The whole idea of alternate universes, alternate realities or alternate timelines that are created as a result of a persons decisions is an extremely narcissistic viewpoint, as you are essentially saying there is a "multiverse" that revolves around you, and your decisions.
If there are multiple realities, or shall we say "realms" or universes, an individuals free will is only one part of what may or may not influence thier existence.
What you are possibly asking is if it is possible for your conciousness to trade places with the conciousness of your counterpart from another reality, and if so that might be triggered by sleeping, or more precisely dreaming. I can not answer that question except to say there are times even when you are awake that you feel you are somewhere else that is "unreal". Call it a daydream if you will. Are you actually in another version of reality that "feels off" because it is, or are you just perceiving something that another version of you once experienced, is experiencing or will experience, in another "universe"? That might explain why sometimes our dreams "come true", but not exactly how we perceived them to, or why we remember things we dreamed, and put it down to déjà vu.

There is one problem with this whole concept, and that is simply that reality does not revolve around you, or me - and there are other things or people that shape reality. This is one of the dangers in discussing your dreams. Sometimes people with unscrupulous motives will attempt to thwarte your dreams or worse, fake them.

This happens a lot in religious environments, where churches for example will attempt to create reality they have no business meddling with, in order to attribute the outcome to thier version of "God". Why do this? Primarily to swell thier membership and thus thier donor bases. I am not saying that there is no God, rather that there is a huge problem these churches create for themselves when they take it upon themselves to simulate His activities. If he does exist, God most probably does allow people to perceive these alternate realities in the same way He does, however when we get involved in pretending that another reality is this reality, it is simply not our place to do that.

For the record, I believe He does exist, and that there is a multiverse, which He is both the creator and master of. If we do cross between them from time to time, it's because it's something He allows us to do, for reasons only He can explain. What we do with that information is up to us, assuming we don't try to impose that on our reality. To do that would be to be playing God, which we do to our peril. But that is just my view, as it is the only way I can reconcile dreams I have had that turned out different in my reality.
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posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 01:13 PM
reply to post by sphinx551

Hey sphinx,
Did you happen to notice the recent thread about the guy in 1950's tokyo?
He arrived at tokyo airport, complete with his passport, previously stamped several times by tokyo airport staff, having visited there several times before, but.... they had no record of his COUNTRY ever having existed!
The guy spoke several languages including Japanese and French, and claimed his country was beside France/Spain, so they showed him a map, and he indicated the area where Andorra now is. He was confused as to what "Andorra" was, as he'd never heard of it, and was upset that his own country was not even on the map.
The guy apparently then disappeared from his hotel room???
Heres the link to the ATS thread

Fascinating stuff!


posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 06:24 AM
I saw a girl last night that I know for sure had breast implants back a few months ago. Last night I saw no evidence whatsoever. When I get a chance I'm going to ask her. Well maybe I'll ask first if she has a twin. If she doesn't I'll really start believing I switched into an alternate Earth. Now I'm wondering what else will be different. I may not notice. I'm hoping there is a logical explanation or I just didn't see her good. Starting to believe I switched into an alternate reality would make me crazy to anyone I told that to.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 06:30 AM

Originally posted by muzzleflash
Hahaha , I Wish!!!

But sadly this Universe I woke up to today, seems to be the same crappy one I was in yesterday.

You know, the one with Bill Collectors, Taxes, and Gov't?

Yeah, thats the one. The stench is unmistakable.

I wish that I woke up in a new universe tomorrow, where I wake up to having my bills paid.

Roflmfao, so true, I wish it could be as the OP stated and who really knows but my experience has been the same as yours. If it is possible, I must be the unluckiest person in this reality.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 06:32 AM
There is only one universe and you are it.
What you see is constantly changing but you as the seer of it is the only one constant.
You 'sleep' and other sights are seen (dreams). You 'wake' and this what you 'think' is real appears. You 'die' and then other images will appear.
The differing images will never stop appearing and disappearing but you will always be there before and after all images appear and disappear.
There has to be a screen before an image can appear.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 07:31 AM
reply to post by FlutterByte

Oh, please, let's not talk about un-existing narcissisistic attitude/beliefs in here, it is simply how it is. Our actions do count and our actions do change the whole world. Let's deal with it without mentioning that word...

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 07:56 AM

Originally posted by Zagari
reply to post by FlutterByte

Oh, please, let's not talk about un-existing narcissisistic attitude/beliefs in here, it is simply how it is. Our actions do count and our actions do change the whole world. Let's deal with it without mentioning that word...

That's your reply to an articulate post that shows the poster gave the subject some personal thought, instead of pasting, copying and regurgitating sundry opinions?

Personally I am much more bothered by the fact that incredibly silly stories about men in Tokyo are dragged into the conversation, without even questioning their origin (hint: it's a made up story).
No wonder this website has gone to the dogs.

On topic: who knows. I doubt it, to put it mildly, but nobody can be 100 % sure. And while it may be fun discussing it, it is by definition un-knowable, therefore discussion about it leads nowehere.

I must say I do like some of the posts, especially Manbird's.
And I am sorry that Mantis - who registered just to write about his/her experiences - never got any eplies.

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posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 08:18 AM
reply to post by manbird12000

Manbird - loved your post.

They way we see things is a very powerful thing.

The glass can either be half full or half empty. A rainy day can beautiful and we can turn everything into an opportunity.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 08:28 AM
Nice Topic.

I have wondered this myself and actually had a small thread called "The dreamer and the dreamed". I wondered they very same we wake up today in a reality but it is not the same one as yesterday and tomorrow's will probably be different as well?

I went through a period of some extraordinarily weird dreams that were so real's hard to say and not have people think I was looney...but...they were so real I found myself wondering which was the real and which was the dream. I literally checked my pants pockets in the morning to see which "real" I was in.

Fortunately, those dreams seem to have passed.

Great topic though....S&F
edit on 4/22/2012 by Damrod because: (no reason given)

posted on Oct, 15 2014 @ 05:47 PM
a reply to: manbird12000

I Totally agree with you, I too have being thinking in a way that is similar to yours but with less Information.
All i can say is once i finally figured it out my head cleared up and now i'm just Happy with everything that happens because i know that in the afterlife or other self image i am to be, I will end up being that of Everything I can be and cannot be.

posted on Oct, 15 2014 @ 05:51 PM
a reply to: FludBlake

You are on the right path...
When you do Notice your own Universe around you, you only remember that on the specific Universe your in.
IF you think about it. Its a save file like that of a computer that gets plugged in when you travel to that of another Universe.
Which ever Universe you appear in or realize your in, is that save you can remember Only.

posted on Oct, 15 2014 @ 05:54 PM
By me saying this, this is my own experience. I perceive my everyday life in each Universe i am awaken to. Each time i wake up the Day could be Good, Bad, Wacky, or whatever you want it to be or say. I just see this world changing all around me everyday and that is my proof as to this Waking up into another Universe.

posted on Oct, 24 2014 @ 02:53 AM
a reply to: sphinx551

Lets say that each individual is experiencing their own timeline, from their perspective, they live in their own reality, with a different series of events having taken place, if I am on a different timeline, when I look at somebody not in my timeline, I would be looking at an illusion, a "replica" of that person or the person that corresponds to my timeline. The person themselves experiencing a different version of myself as well. So we are all in multiple timelines, however, the one that we exist in is the one that we see from our perspective and likewise the one that they see from their perspective.

Possibly, timelines could overlap with each other as well, certain events the same between different timelines.

It is interesting to think about.

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posted on Oct, 24 2014 @ 04:21 AM
I go to a different one every night when I dream, some really strange places too, usually quite interesting, never dull at any rate.
Always in colour, sometimes with sound, mostly talk, never any music, but I'm not bothered with music when I'm awake anyway.

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