Parallel worlds or parallel universes
Much is being rediscovered in the last days of this current time cycle. Even if we don’t dare to name it, there is a universal feeling of something impending on the world stage. The Inca believe that the doorways between the worlds are opening holes in time that we can step through and beyond, to where we can explore our nascent human capabilities. Many now stat to consider that we can craft new physical bodies that age differently, that heal differently, and that die differently. I like to hold on to a vision that we all can create a world where our children live in peace. That we can all bring balance and beauty to the Earth.
Parallel worlds or parallel universes or multiple universes or alternate universes—they’re all words used to embrace not just our universe but a spectrum of others that may be out there.
Could it be that all we experience is nothing but a holographic projection of processes taking place in the creative energy fields that surround us?
We can pinch ourselves, and what we feel will be real, but does it mirror a parallel process taking place in a different, distant reality?
Plato imagined our perceptions to be but a faint inkling of a far richer reality that flickers beyond reach.
During the years from 1995 until today I have been mostly influenced by the book: the 12 planets speak by Carl van Vlierden , a fellow countryman who lived in Durban at the same time I was.
I read this book a few months after my voice experience in the seventies. At first I had difficulty believing it all, but over the following years more and more information has come to light that seems to suggest that what Carl Von Vlierden wrote about could be the truth.
That perhaps our evolutions are in fact parallel. Another possibility may be that some of us are descended from the remnants of their culture here on Earth, like Liesbeth who appears in all my novels as a walk-in. Maybe they even influenced the development of some institutions in our world, or we in theirs.
When I finally realized that I needed to tell the story of Carl Von Vlierden through a work of fiction, it was only in this 5th novel about Parallel worlds that my very first character Liesbeth is truly addressed.
If this phenomenon is a creation of the mind, then on what level, and why are so many different individuals in so many countries communicating in so many languages perceiving such very similar scenes and events and describing similar contacts?
Even the Egyptians record stories of the “Star Walkers” individuals who travelled “beyond the Great Eye of Orion” and returned to walk like gods amongst men.
Are we under threat today?
Are there unseen realms we are not aware of?
- Are there any Parallel Worlds? (nadinemay.com)
- Parallel Worlds exist and will soon be testable, expert says (ieet.org)
- Ascending from ‘Program Earth’ towards a Parallel Reality (nadinemay.com)
- Notes from the Universe (A Love Letter) (cardusf.wordpress.com)
- Just Gimme a Little More (allanahbyrne.wordpress.com)
- The Universe and Its Many Faces (robertsaundersjr.wordpress.com)
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Thanks for your comment. Yes and no. We are all trapped in the HUMAN game. visit this site: holographic-disclosure.com and you might find that interesting