posted on Jan, 26 2011 @ 12:57 AM
First, I want to address those questioning the definition of "real" in this thread. To be clear, it's not about, not feeling pain or the ability to
do inhumane performances. The idea is that we are not the original. We could be the shadows or hologram (whatever you'd like to call it) of the 4th
dimension being projected from the horizon of a black hole.Thats the most abundant question/misunderstanding lol.
Originally posted by Odessy
you know, I've wondered this, about our observations creating the world around us. But then, what about blind people? Does the world create
itself around their touch, or has someone projected the world for them?
The entire world is projected from the horizon of a black hole. Don't get me wrong, I'm not by no means an expert and I can not speak for anyone.
Everything in Quantum Mechanics is a theory based on events and nothing more. Nothing is really written in stone except questions. So the idea, is
that an observer can change the reaction of particles just be observation, so if there is a cup in the blind man's house the particles are spread out
in empty space until he touches it, or until someone looks at it, or any other form of observation.
Originally posted by Echtelion
Actually Mizzijr, the best clues about the non-existent character of this existence is not exactly dreams, but rather these "dream within
dream" experiences, which are for real. When you wake up within a dream, you get this impression of being back to a "more real" reality, that then
proves to be another illusion. It gets to the notion that we actually DO live these other planes of existence, and some of our dreams are actually our
temporary awareness of these. I'm referring to these very immersive dreams where the dream world seems to be almost as real as here.
The other phenomenon is déjà-vu, which feel like two planes of reality being superposed one on the other, and that could be an indication that other
dimensions are being generated, or perhaps they "reach" together, for a very short time. There are of course other theories to explain this
phenomenon, but this one is to consider seriously.
I practice lucid dreaming, and I know how that is. I'm not really sure what to think of it in terms of Quantum, the experience is very mind boggling
especially the first time. Then I've also had dreams within dreams, also very tricky.
Deja-vu is something I'm not sure if I've experienced. But it does sound like something worth studying. Thanks for the posts.
Originally posted by xM0J0xJ0J0x
Does anyone know anything about 13 angels?
Sorry, I have not heard. I will take a look though.