The Infinite Worlds of Creation

09/03/2013

According to the Bible, God created the universe in six days.  However, until recently nobody has ever bothered to explain that he actually created an infinite number of worlds, only one of which is the physical universe that we are aware of.   However, our perception of our existence is distorted by the fact that our physical senses cannot perceive beyond this universe and, for that matter, cannot even observe much of what exists in our own world.

While religion has been slow in coming to this realization, science has not.  Its Multiverse Theory has some interesting twists to it though.  According to Michael Talbot, author of The Holographic Universe, “Our reality is an expression of a deeper order of existence that exists beyond space and time.”  Religion would call this deeper order of existence “heaven”.  The difference between religion and science on this point is that, in religion, heaven is a place that you might go to after you die whereas, in science, your true reality is in heaven and your existence in this world is only a projection from that heaven.  Note: We live in what is seemingly a solid world and yet an atom, which is 99.9% empty space, somehow holds it all together.

Another twist resulting from Multiverse Theory is that you will continue to exist in heaven even after you cease to exist in this world.  The conversion of energy into matter (from heaven to our world) and the return of matter back to energy (dying and going to heaven) is what I refer to as The Circle of Life.  It’s a continuous regeneration of Creation that has no beginning and no end.

King Solomon believed that there was nothing new under the sun.  That belief can now be correctly understood under Multiverse Theory.  Everything that will ever exist currently exists (outside of our physical universe) in a field of infinite possibilities.  All thoughts, ideas and concepts are not unique.  We do not create them, we simply rediscover them by attracting them into this world (through the Law of Attraction).  For example, Paul McCartney once said that he never composed a song.  Rather, the music just came to him (he heard it in his head).

The deeper scientists probe into the quantum world the more they find organized information, in other words Intelligent Design.  The implication of Multiverse Theory is that we exist in a virtual reality matrix where our brains process this information. Accordingly, everything that we see and experience is a world of information that occurs in the mind.  As the Bhagavad Gita says, “The transmigration of life takes place in one’s own mind.  For what a man thinks, he becomes. This is the mystery of eternity.”

So the mystics were right after all.  Our universe is a world of consciousness which is the fundamental reality of all existence.  Consequently, physical reality is but a projection of our consciousness.  In other words, the cosmos is simply a figment of our imagination!

 “Life is only a dream and we are the imagination of ourselves.”

  – Bill Hicks

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6 Responses to “The Infinite Worlds of Creation”

  1. violetwisp said

    Dare I ask, does this information come to you in the form of a personal revelation? Or did you work it out by reading stuff?

    • chicagoja said

      It does start with personal revelations (think St. Paul or even Einstein with his Theory of Relativity). Often, I have limited knowledge about the revelation so I have to research it to see if it’s true and, if so, what it means. I call this process psychic research.

      • violetwisp said

        If we look through history, what proportion of people who receive personal revelations are seeing some sort of ‘truth’, and what proportion are delusional? I’m sure we can exclude scientific theories that have subsequently been validated by third parties. I mean, we have Paul, who elaborated significantly on the words of Jesus, without ever having met him; we have Mohammed; we have Joseph Smith – to name but a few of the most famous. For such a clearly analytical mind, you’re putting faith in a system of revelation that has shown it can only be right once – and it happens to, I would guess, millions of people or more (given that I know people who believe they have experiences particular personal revelations that contradict the majority understanding).

      • chicagoja said

        Very true. As a bit of background, I’m a former military officer and business executive who is typically a very analytical, left brain person and who also happens to be very skeptical of the “paranormal”. I had a number of experiences (synchronicities) in my life that defied normal explanation, after which I became more of a right brain person. This, as I have been told, should never happen to anyone. At first, because of my extreme skepticism, I didn’t believe that what was happening to me was valid, however future events always proved them to be true. Even my very logical brain had no choice but to admit that there were forces in play that I could not understand, forces that could control and manipulate reality. Not being a religious person, I did not look at these events as miracles or divine revelations but instead I looked for a logical explanation which I believe I have found. It’s called hyper-communication and I have written a couple of articles about it. As I said, these revelations always turn out to be true so it doesn’t matter what my personal belief system about them is, or were. Like a psychic or a prophet, I have learned to embrace this “gift” and try to share it with others. By the way, it’s been revealed to me that Paul didn’t have a vision of Jesus. Rather, he actually knew Jesus so when he spoke of Jesus’ teachings, he had first-hand knowledge. The story of his vision was simply a ploy, albeit one of mystical proportion.

  2. The old philosophers wondered if it could be proved that the world we experience is real, or whether it is all a dream that we are having.

    The surprising solution to this paradox is that it does not matter which is true.

    If it is a dream, then it is following rules that match what we believe to be real. If it is real, then it is following the same rules.

    If you could step of the dream, make changes, then step back in, it would make a difference.

    But since the dream is the only reality we can know, then we might as well assume it is real. Nothing can change, because the dream must constantly prove to us it is not a dream.

    Therefore the issue is irrelevant, and we may as well assume reality is real.

    Hmmm. There should be a koan in there someplace.

    • chicagoja said

      Marvin:

      Thanks for commenting. Of course, the dream is real and life is life regardless of its form. However, man should not go blindly into the night.

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