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I wonder about your reference to budding off at death. That period between death and waking up is difficult to explore.
The Fae obviously want something to be known but are not going to tell me directly. I would stay away from old Egypt if I have the choice too.
originally posted by: MagnificatMafia
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear
I like the description of the occult as yet-to-be discovered laws of physics. I hate the term "inter-dimensional" because of the sloppy language, but that seems to be the closest to what your interpretation of UFOs is (I may be wrong, its just the way I'm currenty interpreting your posts).
Considering your BTUFO experience, do you think that the UFO/faerie/dwarf manifested in the three (four?)-dimensional spacetime that makes up our reality?
originally posted by: IgnorantGod
a reply to: NobodySpecial268
Now, now, I enjoy that question, since it goes inline with what I've read recently. So it gives me the opportunity to test those thoughts.
To speak about in between we inevitably have to speak about boundaries. At first glance, there is an apparent clear-cut difference between water in its liquid form and its solid form. But the more we'll approach the boundaries between the two closely, the more blurry it'll become.
I'll represent it in mathematical terms, because I find it easier to illustrate. If we take liquid water as 0 and solid water as 1. Again, at first glance, there's a definite separation between 0 and 1. However, there's in fact infinity in between them. Sure, you can put a separation between the two by, let's say, defining the half, in this case 0.5; yet you end up with two infinity instead of one.
Ergo, we didn't "get rid" of infinity by specifying the half, we merely "moved it away". And by applying that extensively, you end up with the conclusion that you can have an infinity of infinities in between. Which means that in each of these in between, you have the potential of a whole universe.
One observation is that humans are not the only shells. If humans were not here, probably little would change for the Fae. The thought arises; "Human shells are convenient."
As I said, it APPEARS that at least the indigenous 'fae' formed from our 'soul/shell refuse'. I know that tethering is still very important. I don't know if all Fae must tether; and tethering to other animals doesn't seem to be nearly as efficient. (familiars anyone?) Given the time differential between 'fae time' and 'our time' it's hard to say what they have accomplished. Just determining (tentatively) that the 'fae' had evolved/sprung from our 'soul refuse' took me something like 30 years!
Now... "UFOs" certainly SEEM to revolve around the Fae, hell my Black Triangle UFO turned into a wedge of cheese for a moment. That sounds pretty Fae to me. Have the 'Fae' learned to solidify imagination into solid-ish matter via the Higgs Boson? Maybe. I mean we are, in a manner of speaking "light" made solid via the Higgs Boson.. oh yes, I know about quarks and the standard model of physics and what not, but e=mc2 all day long and twice on Sunday. I don't care what form elementary particles take.. it's all energy in a Higgs (and QED) field. That might be all the answer we need for UFOs... 'Fae' who mastered the Higgs Boson and reconciled Classical Physics and QM. It needn't even be with technology.. it might be like breathing for them... I mean.. look.. 'the universe' grew us from almost nothing.. it took 13.8 billion years.. but here we are.. no technology (necessarily) required. Maybe in 100,000 years we will be able to I Dream of Genie blink and do Fae tricks.. who knows? OR use 'technology' and then it gets microminiaturized.. and then implanted.. and you STILL become I Dream of Genie.