Originally posted by unitedeufope
reply to post by BlowinSmoke
If life didn't exist elsewhere we wouldn't be here, we didn't come from nothing, someone or something had to seed us. It could well have come from
this new discovered planet, it could be our original home and we were just sent here many years ago to colonize earth!
Great insight unitedeufope. This view lends itself to the grok of holonomic thinking. It is the food of visionaries.
Einstein once stated, "matter does not exist -- ALL is energy."
ALL energy carries and conveys information
All "science" (gnosis) is nothing but gradually learning to detect
What "correct" means is also open to disagreement and interpretation -- and that is how truly creative scientists operate apart from the
unscientific rigid dogmas which have plagued materialist/realist/reductionist science which approaches nature by violently smashing her into tiny
pieces and then trying to figure out how those pieces fit together in the first place and how to understand their function. Duh?
That's how very self-limited "science" operates -- but many are now seeing way beyond that old (dead) paradigm.
Many ideas which have been accepted as a consensus (or the "Standard Model") have now been completely overturned. A good example of this is the
nature of consciousness -- which at one time was considered to be nothing but a "mysterious artifact" of physical matter.
However -- we 3D beings on planet earth have a very very limited capability of detecting energy. Our instruments -- even the finest instruments are
limited to a very very narrow spectrum of frequencies. Whatever we see through our telescopes or microscopes (or is indicated by our field detectors)
is very narrow and is limited to the 3D realm -- in which our entire being now resides.
That means -- our conscious awareness is very
limited and not aware of anything but a very tiny portion of the vast overall Universal Spectrum.
Even our senses have cognition in a very small range of frequencies.
This makes the 3D "discovery" of very earthlike planets even MORE significant. Why? Because our narrow band of energy is manifested way way "out
Or -- is it really "way way out there?"
Perhaps it is a parallel world in which an unknown portion of us is already living?
Are we seeing OURSELVES? Are we seeing ourselves perhaps from a new angle -- a new and different perspective?
Does this parallel world contain the same dysfunctions -- violence -- self-destruction -- rigid control paradigm as our present suicidal world which
often appears to be willfully flushing itself down the toilet in an escalating downward spiral?
Or -- is it the world of the persistent visionaries among us who are creating a new earth which outwardly expresses as a fully interactive and
interconnected Galactic Civilization -- where peace on earth and goodwill toward men is the normal
Just some food for thought.