As Gordon and I explained in a previous post, we will be sharing here on the blog 99 items from the book Revelation Antarctica. This is a book meant to stir your imagination and provoke your intuition with plenty of rich images. This book exposes you to content that has been hidden in plain sight and ridicularised by many. As we embark in a new era, I believe we need to make room to get at least acquainted with certain topics such as mediumship and reincarnation. Today I’m sharing item 13 and 13+.
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Speculative Quantum Interpretations
You have certainly heard of Quantum Mechanics (QM). One of the many attempted explanations to be found on the internet states the following:QM is the body of scientific laws that describe the wacky behaviour of photons, electrons and the other particles that make up the universe. It is the branch of physics relating to the very small.
Digging deeper leads to irrefutable proof that vast numbers of parallel universes are a reality, all operating on different frequencies and interacting with each other.
This implies everything can be – and is – possible, all at once.
Meaning that in some universes, ETs did NOT build our moon, while in another* the Cathars and their Gnostic teachings prevailed over Catholic genocide in the Middle Ages. Allowing them to continue believing in reincarnation and refusing to recognise Jesus as the Son of God.
*In that particular dimension, the extensive Cathar communities in the south of France would NOT have been besieged, their members would NOT have been burned at the stake and their majestic castles torn down. Just imagine how different history might have been then…
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Speculative Quantum Interpretations
For most people, Quantum Mechanics (QM) is the convoluted, out on a limb branch of physics suggesting parallel universes really do exist. They are accompanied by several theories as to how they can interact with one another. A phenomenon scientists are very keen to observe, but have yet to discover how this can be achieved.
Professor Howard Wiseman, a physicist at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, working with Dr Michael Hall (also from Griffith University) and Davis mathematician Dr Dirk-Andre Deckert, published their “Many Interacting Worlds” (MIW) theory in the December 2016 issue of the Physical Review X Journal. This unequivocally asserts other universes are a reality; there are vast numbers of them coexisting in the same place, but at different frequencies – and they are able to interact with each other.
Professor Wiseman reminds us the notion of parallel universes in quantum mechanics has been around since 1957 and is now well known for its ‘Multiple Worlds’ concepts. This posits that each universe divides into a clutch of new universes every time someone makes a quantum measurement, therefore allowing for the existence of an infinite number of variants. These, in turn, enable anything to occur at various points along our illusory “timeline” simultaneously so everything can be – and is – possible, all at once. Meaning in some universes ETs built the moon, while in others the Cathars and their Gnostic teachings prevailed over Catholic tyranny in the Middle Ages to shape a very different present day.
“Critics do, however, question the reality of these other universes, since they do not influence our universe at all,” Professor Wiseman adds. On this score, the Griffith University ‘MIW‘ approach is completely different and built around three main points:
– The universe we live in is just one of a “vast“ number of worlds, some “almost identical to our own”, but most “very different”.
– All of the worlds are “equally real”, existing continuously through time with precisely defined properties.
– Quantum phenomena arise from “a universal force of repulsion between similar worlds, which tends to make them more dissimilar”.
“All quantum effects arise from, and only from, interaction between worlds,” the physicists explain in their abstract.
Dr Hall also states this radical new theory may even create the extraordinary possibility of actually testing for the existence of parallel worlds.
He explains, “The beauty of our approach is, if there is just one world, our theory reduces to Newtonian mechanics. But if there are a gigantic number of worlds, it reproduces quantum mechanics. While in between, we can predict something that is neither Newton’s theory nor quantum theory. We also believe, by providing a new mental picture of quantum effects, we will be able to plan experiments to test and exploit quantum phenomena.”
American theoretical physicist Richard Feynman once noted: “I think I can safely say nobody really understands quantum mechanics.” Even the MIW group admits their theory only “pushes the envelope“.
“Any explanation of quantum phenomena is going to be weird, and standard quantum mechanics can’t really offer any explanation at all; it just makes predictions for laboratory experiments,” Wiseman told the Huffington Post. “Our new explanation is that there are ordinary (non-quantum) parallel worlds which interact in a particularly subtle way.”
When asked if the theory suggests humans might someday be able to connect with other universes, Wiseman replied, “It’s not part of our theory, but the idea of human interactions with other universes is no longer pure fantasy.”
Feelings among others in the QM field range from scepticism to excitement, the HP reported. Thus, there can be no consensus as to whether “many interacting worlds” really do exist or not.
“There are some who are completely happy with their own interpretations of QM, and we are unlikely to change their minds,” Wiseman observes. “But I think there are many who do not accept any of the current interpretations, and it is those who will probably be most interested in our approach. I hope some of them will join us so we can start working together on this soon because there are so many questions to answer.”
My biggest learning goal has been to understand human consciousness and I do believe quantum physics can make a huge contribution on that matter. I once discussed this subject with a physicist and I had a hard time making my point on the power of quantum mechanics to understand not just human consciousness but God and the experience of being a Creator in the Universe. The discussion didn’t move any of us forward in our own understanding but it made me wonder. How can we unite different aspects of physics? Is it possible to draw a unified theory of consciousness as a result of that? And can paranormal phenomena be understood through such theory? Too many questions to explore and dig deeper. I would like to add that item 13 mentions the Cathars and I heard about them once again today. They are said to be reincarnated on Earth right now to move us towards a heart-centered way of living.