Thank you for further proving my point!!
Its all about relativity, which is an amazing thing.
So- the cells that live in my body have their little universe, and that is my body. Relative to Earth, and the celestial bodies that I can only see,
those cells have a relatively small universe.
My universe, that which I am actively involved with, the universe that I interact with by viewing from my porch, is much bigger than that of my
The REST of the universe, the parts I cannot see, or have never heard of, and the parts of it I may never heard of, is the portion of the universe
that sees me as an atom in relation.
Math is important here. How far away is a parallel universe to us? In theory, it could be the paranormal universe, or the state of death, the universe
that cameras can somehow see, but the average human cannot. The pictures of spirits and the like... in a different type of dimension than we are in,
2D or of some sort of energy field that helps spirits to turn lights and appliances on and off, but still in the same ACTUAL universe as we live.
So the trick is finding the math to create openings to that sort of dimension, or parallel, in order to further study the universe.
I dont want to get into the semantics here, but it seems that we are only arguing semantics. I dont care if a parallel universe is viewed as a
"different" universe, I suppose, in theory, it is. My whole standpoint is that a parallel universe could be in the same exact place as you are
standing or sitting, not in a different PORTION of the universe.
Or not, I dont know!
I believe that Heaven and Hell exist on Planet Earth, and they could very well be universes parallel to each other, if you want to see it that way,
but I dont think that theres a different place(as far as quadrants go and all that out there in space- location lingo) that spirits go to after their
lives end here, unless you want to count another sort of energy field here on Earth.
All in all, I DO believe in parallel universes, as far as the semantics go, but not in separate locations for those universes. So I believe there is
one singular universe, and different types of energy in singular locations throughout the universe, which we call parallel, or multi.
Does any of that make sense? There are billions of different types of life forms, species, if you will, on Earth. People see ghosts all the time.
Things live in water here, and survive even if they are single celled organisms.
There has to be different forms of energy all around us, and I think its a matter of logic and math to figure out what they are.