I read with excitement the recent announcement that scientists
had demonstrated that the future can change the past (quantum entanglement
across time and space with protons). Sorry I don't have the link at
Let’s look at a concept called the focal point of awareness.
Our awareness is like a pointer moving across the fabric of time and
space. At the moment, the pointer is hovering over what we collectively
call the third dimensional universe in the 21st Century. Otherwise,
one of our other lifetimes would be our main focus at this time.
Is it possible to be simultaneously aware of all our parallel
lives, and to move our “pointer” from one to another at will? Are there,
perhaps, some beings living on this planet that are “not home” in their
earthly bodies, but out exploring their other selves? Maybe when we
“leave” our earthly body, we re-enter a body in another realm that was
left vacant while we explored Earth.
Did anyone see the movie "The Butterfly Effect?" It got
mixed reviews. I saw it a few days after the first time I read about
quantum entanglement, and it had quite an impact.
I've always felt it was not only possible, but inevitable
that we will change the past. Here's how I think it works: We don't go
back and change something and suddenly everything is different. Instead,
think of all time as a series of parallel possibilities/ probabilities
stretched across a fabric. When we change the past (using higher-density
techniques), we go to another time continuum, and as a result, we experience
a present and future unlike the one we started with. The one we started
with (this one) is still the same, but WE have shifted to a new one as
a result of our change. The new one now becomes our dominant reality experience.
This has already happened numerous times. Remember the prophecies
of 1982? California was going into the ocean, etc. By our collective
healing actions, we changed the prophecy and we have been on a different
time continuum ever since.
When we heal traumas from our childhood, it is as if they
never even happened because we enter a time continuum where they did
not occur, and we experience a future completely different from the
The trick is to change our location in the fabric of time
consciously and collectively so we can experience a beautiful and happy
Some Related Ideas
Quantum physics has allowed technology to evolve in fascinating
directions in recent years. We now have computers that can literally
work on the level of electrons.
There has been a lot of talk (and sci-fi movies) about machines
taking over humans. As a teacher of mathematics, I try to keep up with
some of the more advanced ideas in computers, artificial intelligence,
cybergenetics, etc. (although my own knowledge starts getting shaky
after intermediate calculus). I read "The Emperor's New Mind" by Roger
Penrose a while ago and was fascinated with his take on whether or not
machines would ever truly replace man. His argument was that mankind's
spirit (he didn't use that word of course) could never be completely made
artificially. In other words, no machine will ever have the intelligence
level of a sentient being, despite being able to calculate and reason
millions of times faster.
The Universal Spider-Web
The universe can be likened to a giant spider web of energy,
where everything affects everything else. Even the tiniest fluctuation
in the energy field sends reverberations throughout the creation. What
we see in the 3D world is the collective (composite) result of consciousness,
from the I AM (universal) level down to the amoeba (or even the individual
In another article, I stated that we are multidimensional
beings existing simultaneously in at least 12 dimensions or space-time continuums.
What we experience is the composite of where we direct our consciousness.
Right now, most of us are focused on 3D and 4D continuums, with a few
of us peeking into our 5D selves (or waking up to our 5D selves). It seems,
from our limited 3D perspective, that our higher selves are sleeping,
but I believe the opposite is true. Our 5D selves are awake and continuously
creating, while our lower selves are dreaming in a world of illusions.
The 3D world is nothing but a web of dancing quantum fluctuations,
which we direct into various shapes, sizes and configurations by the
actions of consciousness. The Uncertainty Principle essentially states
that the universe exists in a state of virtual flux consisting of waves
of energy, and that these waves only become particles when they are observed
by consciousness. This point is eloquently illustrated in the movie
“What the [bleep] Do We Know?” In this movie, one scene involves a basketball
player who is simultaneously all over the court until we turn around
and look at him, at which time he assumes a normal coordinate position
in time and space (in one corner of the court).
There are a couple of related points here. One is the idea
that there are realms outside of Universal Mind that operate according
to a different set of laws and principles. It may or may not be possible
to experience such realms, but I believe they exist. The other idea
is whether or not anything exists unless it is being perceived by an
observer of some sort – human, ET, angelic or otherwise. I am reminded
of the old Zen conundrum: “If a tree falls in the forest and nobody is
there to see it, did it really fall?” Some scientists take this idea to
the extreme, as in the example popularly known as “Schroedinger’s Cat.”
A cat is put into a chamber and an experiment is set up that essentially
proves that the cat is simultaneously alive and dead. Consult your favorite
physics library or the Internet for a detailed description of this famous
What about Responsibility?
At the beginning of this article, I mentioned that everything
we say, think, feel or do affects everything else in the Universe.
I think ultimately, my higher, or Universal Self, is responsible for
everything in the Universe, but there are infinite gradations or degrees
of responsibility. I am MORE responsible for my feelings about people
in my immediate world than I am about some far-off entities in the far
reaches of the galaxy. But as I said before, even the tiniest thought
or feeling reverberates throughout the Universe and affects everyone
and everything. The non-locality principle of quantum physics illustrates
this point. A particle is split into two parts. One part is placed in
a chamber, while the other part is put in a different chamber a long distance
from the first part (think light years apart). Then a force is applied
to the first particle that changes its composition. Instantaneously,
the change is registered in the second part light years away!
The logical assumption of this experiment is that we exist
in a higher dimension that supersedes the laws of time and space. A corollary
of this is that there is no such thing as separation. It is an illusion
confined to the third and fourth-dimensional continuums.
To sum up: Creation appears to remain in a kind of Bose-Einstein
condensate or virtual flux of neutral particles until acted upon by
consciousness--then it becomes polarized or metamorphic in nature (holographic?).
In other words, there is a medium upon which creation happens (like
a canvas upon which art is created). This canvas is the backdrop of virtual
flux or waves of energy. As soon as we observe this flux, we instantaneously
begin creating a world of particles, momentum and positionality.
A related idea is the concept of creation blinking on and
off at a very rapid rate. Quantum physics is proving this to be so.
Life is literally a fast-frame movie and we are the actors. Our problem
is that we get sooooo identified with our characters we forget we are
One of my pet theories is that universes come in pairs.
We have an “anti-universe” that complements our universe. This “anti-universe”
has laws opposite ours. Instead of entropy, we have “centropy”, or the
principle that states that it is easier to organize than disorganize matter.
In fact, if our universe is primarily matter, then this “anti-universe”
is primarily anti-matter. The visualization that comes with this theory
is that of an infinity symbol, where our universe is one side of the symbol
and the anti-universe is the other side. Where the lines cross is a
black hole in our universe and a white hole in the anti-universe. At
some future time, I will go into this theory in more depth, but the beauty
of this theory is that it upholds the law of conservation of energy, which
is, in my humble opinion, a higher law than the law of entropy.
I think there are multiple Universes, each with a conscious
source that extends itself to include all of its creation. Think of
each universe as a big ball with tentacles that spread out into the void.
Each tentacle is an individual soul, completely connected to the whole
and able to access any and all parts of it. Possibly the different balls
interact to make it even more interesting? Think of a deep sea adventure
filled with spiny sea urchins all floating and interacting with one another.
Okay, I’ve got your brain reeling by now. We’ll continue
this discussion at a later date.
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