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  • Jahnets
    I don t believe it began with a sigularity. I believe there was the chaos of many and one broke out for some peace and quiet. When that one broke out, suddenly
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 3, 2006
      I don't believe it began with a sigularity. I believe there was the chaos of
      many and one broke out for some peace and quiet. When that one broke out,
      suddenly their thoughts were the only thoughts in their area and so took
      shape... Just like there are so many thoughts going on, on earth that there
      is chaos.

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      Subject: [ufodiscussion] The OBE As Dimensional Translocation

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      The Out-of-Body Experience as Dimensional Translocation
      Jim DeKorne looks at the scientific theories that ‘prove’ the existence of
      other dimensions – strange worlds inhabited by alien life forms.
      "Pause for a moment and try to imagine four-dimensional space. It is
      right next to you, but in a direction you can't point to. No matter how well
      hidden you may be, a four-dimensional creature can see you perfectly well,
      inside and outside". -- Rudy Rucker, The Fourth Dimension
      "How might these beings be even dimly aware of our presence, if we
      normally don't have an inkling of theirs? Once more, we're treading on
      extraordinarily thin ice by even thinking about explanations for this
      phenomenon. The mere need to attempt an understanding shows us how far
      afield our thinking has come". -- Rick Strassman, M.D., DMT, The Spirit
      "If these men are correct, then physics is the study of the structure of
      consciousness". -- Gary Zukav, The Dancing Wu Li Masters
      Consensus reality in the "real world" is founded upon corporeal entities
      beholding three-dimensional space. When out-of-body explorers or UFO
      abductees claim that they passed through solid walls during their
      experiences, they are contradicting perhaps the most fundamental perceptions
      of human observers.
      Scientism condemns such assertions as either fraudulent or hallucinatory
      because if they were accepted as legitimate, our entire conception of
      reality would collapse - an appalling prospect, challenging the credibility
      of all self-appointed official observers. Nevertheless, when faced with such
      an abundance of anomalous data any fearless spectator might suggest that our
      concepts of dimensional location need to be re-evaluated and clarified.
      At its simplest, the experience of three-dimensional space is the
      awareness of three perpendicular axes: North-South, East-West and Up-Down
      (e.g., a cube). Two-dimensional space (a flat plane) contains only two of
      these axes, and one-dimensional space consists of only one axis - a single
      Time is also a dimension, though not a spatial one; however, it is a
      necessary extension to our awareness of space, and so we normally describe
      our reality as three dimensions of space, plus one dimension of time - the
      so-called "four-dimensional space-time continuum." Even small children can
      understand this because we spend all our lives living within its confines:
      it's an experience so commonplace and taken-for-granted that we never really
      think about it. (It is, after all, our consensus reality).

      From Descarte's Traite de l'Homme (1667). The pear-shaped image
      inside the head (labelled "H") is the pineal gland which Descartes
      hypothesised was the gateway to the soul.
      Four-dimensional space, on the other hand, though mathematically
      describable, is a concept virtually impossible to visualise. That's because
      progression from one spatial dimension to another follows a logical sequence
      of perpendicular extension: a plane is merely the extension of a line in a
      direction at right-angles ("perpendicular") to that line's axis; a cube is
      created when a plane is extended at right-angles to that plane's axis. This
      is easy enough to portray as long as we're dealing with three dimensions or
      lower, but in what perpendicular direction would a cube have to move to
      create four-dimensional space? Even if you know the secret, the mind boggles
      and goes into spasms while trying to visualise it.
      The reason for this is because we are multi-dimensional entities
      "serving time" in a three-dimensional spatial prison and brainwashed into
      believing it's a life sentence without parole or any hope of escape.
      To switch metaphors, consider for a moment a Zen Koan - an existential
      test of your ability to transcend your perceptual situation:
      You are standing on a spot where (judging by the rumbling sounds and
      trembling beneath your feet), a volcano the size of Krakatoa is just about
      to erupt. Immediately above your head an enormous fireball, a meteor as big
      as Manhattan, is only seconds away from crashing exactly where you're
      standing. A few metres to your front, a tidal wave (over a kilometre high!)
      is cresting and about to break. Six metres behind you (at Ground Zero), a
      hydrogen bomb test is in its final few seconds of countdown; to your
      immediate right, the entire Nazi army from World War II is bearing down upon
      you with distinctly murderous intentions. And finally, coming up fast on the
      left, a charging herd of ten thousand enraged bull elephants is about to
      stomp you into the dirt.
      Koan: In what direction lies escape? (Hint: it's the only
      "perpendicular" direction available to you, and given the above
      circumstances you are about to take it whether you want to or not!)
      There are other ways of visualising this: consider the "black hole" or
      "singularity." A black hole is created when a largeish star (about 50 times
      bigger than our sun) consumes all its nuclear fuel and implodes into its own
      intense gravity. Anything, including light, approaching within a given
      critical distance of a black hole is sucked into its whirlpool, never to be
      seen again. Physicists postulate that such imploding singularities depart
      from our own space-time to create new parallel-universe/space-time
      dimensions. (The connections between them constitute the familiar "worm
      holes" so necessary for Captain Kirk's navigation of the Starship Enterprise
      .) What appears to us as a black hole implosion in this universe becomes a
      "white hole" explosion somewhere else - creating a whole new universe, a
      whole new dimensional reality:
      "Relativists realized that there is nothing to stop the material that
      falls into a singularity in our three dimensions of space and one of time
      from being shunted through a kind of space-time warp and emerging as an
      expanding singularity in another set of dimensions - another space-time.
      Mathematically, this 'new' space-time is represented by a set of four
      dimensions, just like our own, but with all the dimensions at right angles
      to all the familiar dimensions of our own space-time. Every singularity, on
      this picture, has its own set of space-time dimensions, forming a bubble
      universe within the framework of some 'super' space-time, which we can refer
      to simply as 'superspace'." 1
      Notice that the rule of perpendicular extension is maintained in the
      creation of these new universes and that any observers within them would
      perceive an analogy of our own familiar four-dimensional space-time
      continuum. (Should they be practitioners of Scientism, let us forgive them
      for believing that theirs is the only reality that exists!)
      Now imagine that you are standing outside on a clear summer's night -
      all the stars above the horizon are visible to your sight. Assume (for the
      purpose of illustration) that the hypothetical XYZ-123 galaxy (one-hundred
      million light years from Earth) is shining brightly. The photons (waves or
      particles, take your pick) which were emitted from the XYZ-123 galaxy during
      earth's dinosaur days, are just now arriving on our planet; they implode
      through the pupils of your eyes to explode within your brain: "Ah-ha - yes,
      there it is! Just above Orion, the familiar old XYZ-123 galaxy," says your
      Koan: Where do these photons (after their exhausting one-hundred million
      year journey through interstellar space) go upon entering your own personal
      black holes (eye-pupils)? The radiation from an entire galaxy registers on
      your brain, is interpreted by your mind, and then what? And then where?
      Surely those photons can't just "wink out" after going to all that trouble
      to get here! Can they?
      "The matter [falling into a black hole] cannot escape back into the
      universe we know, yet if it does not disappear at a singularity it must pass
      into a region of spacetime that we do not know. Sometimes such unknown
      regions are called other universes, the effect of gravitational collapse
      being to establish a bridge or tunnel into these enigmatic 'parallel'
      worlds. The collapsing star, or whatever matter falls in after it, falls on
      through the tunnel and out into, presumably, a cosmos much like our own." 2
      Look at it another way: Imagine a point existing in some kind of
      pre-spatial "void" - the Tao, perhaps (whatever that is). Mathematically, a
      point has zero dimensions, but it exists anyway because consciousness
      defines it that way. A zero-dimensional point existing in "non-space"
      probably comes as close to "nothing" as we can imagine, but quantum
      cosmologists say that our universe was created out of just such a
      "singularity." They also tell us that nothing can take place without an
      "The universe is supposed to be everything that there is, and if all is
      quantized, including spacetime, what can collapse the cosmos into reality
      without invoking consciousness?" 3
      The implications of this concept are astounding! If the zero-dimensional
      point is all that exists, and if it "decides" to "extend itself" and become
      the universe, by the rules of quantum physics it can't be anything but
      Consciousness itself! Some might be tempted to define this Primordial
      Awareness as "God," but let's not, since Scientism insists (regardless of
      the implications of quantum theory), that the concept of "God" is
      unnecessary to explain the Cosmos. (Whether you regard this as a non
      sequitur or not depends on which belief system you use to define your
      Anyway, the rules of dimensional extension tell us that movement in any
      direction from a point is perpendicular, so one dimension (a line) is
      created if the point moves at all. Should it turn from there, two
      dimensional space is defined; and of course all it has to do next is make
      one more right- angle turn and we have three spatial dimensions. Should all
      of these movements happen simultaneously, we have a passable description of
      an explosion:
      "The evidence suggests that the Universe was born out of a singularity -
      a point of infinite density occupying zero volume - and that in the first
      split second the tiny seed containing all the mass and energy in the
      observable Universe went through a period of exponential expansion, known as
      inflation." 4
      This "inflation" is the Big Bang that became our universe - a point of
      infinite density occupying zero volume (a mind-numbing concept!) "explodes,"
      creating space, time, matter, energy, and anything else we haven't
      discovered yet. Unfortunately, when most people imagine the Big Bang they
      visualise it as a three-dimensional event, forgetting that all other
      possible dimensions must also be factored into the equation. Which is to
      say: the primordial point explodes (the Big Bang), but because this is a
      multi-dimensional affair, it is also imploding (the Big Whimper, perhaps),
      creating all of multidimensional space in one event. If our point is indeed
      conscious, as quantum theory demands, it follows that consciousness is a
      priori to any and all phenomena, and anything created by it is by definition
      part of it: hence everything that exists is in some way conscious, just as
      the Theosophists tell us. (More about them later.)
      Our point's simultaneous explosion/implosion would create a bare minimum
      of six spatial dimensions: three of space and three of hyperspace, and
      certainly many more than that. What would they look like "objectively?"
      Wouldn't dimensions created out of Consciousness have to be "Mind Stuff" -
      perhaps a Super Collective Unconscious at least as infinite as the physical
      universe? Out-of-body shamans do indeed describe Locale-II (hyperspace; see
      previous parts of this article) as a kind of Supermind, a realm where
      thought (consciousness) creates mass and energy out of itself:
      "Superseding all appears to be one prime law. Locale-II is a state of
      being where that which we label thought is the wellspring of existence. It
      is the vital creative force that produces energy, assembles 'matter' into
      form, and provides channels of perception and communication. I suspect that
      the very self or soul in Locale-II is no more than an organized vortex or
      warp in this fundamental. As you think, so you are." 5
      This empirical out-of-body observation is echoed in quantum theory,
      which of course is based upon solid, self-consistent, repeatable, scientific
      "To the naive realist the universe is a collection of objects. To the
      quantum physicist it is an inseparable web of vibrating energy patterns in
      which no one component has reality independently of the entirety; and
      included in the entirety is the observer... In the absence of an observation
      a quantum system will evolve in a certain way. When an observation is made,
      an entirely different type of change occurs. Just what produces this
      different behavior is not clear, but at least some physicists insist that it
      is explicitly caused by the mind itself." 6
      Physicists describe matter at the subatomic level as a "wave function,"
      and tell us that it is more "idea-like" (i.e. related to awareness) than it
      is "matter-like." In fact, at the subatomic level, there is no substantive
      physical world at all - it's just a vibrating dance of energy, or
      Consciousness, which must in some sense be the same thing! We can deduce
      this as follows:
      Einstein's famous E = MC squared equation demonstrates that matter and
      energy are two versions of a single phenomenon. Unfortunately, Einstein left
      himself (as observer) out of his equation. It might more accurately be
      written as: E = MC squared, divided by X - "X" symbolising consciousness
      (i.e., an observer) which is demanded by quantum theory for anything to
      exist. If this is at all accurate (and the implications of quantum physics
      seem to require it), then the lowest common denominator to which reality can
      be reduced is Consciousness itself.
      If Consciousness (what else?) created an infinity of four-dimensional
      space-time "bubble" universes, each of which is perpendicular to (i.e.
      "perceived by") that Consciousness, then Consciousness has to be the
      "Super-Space" surrounding and permeating them all. Since time and
      consciousness can't be separated from each other without logical absurdity,
      time could be thought of as a one-dimensional function of Consciousness
      projected into three-dimensional space. (Thus, the four-dimensional
      space-time continuum, since without duration, space would be, if not
      unperceivable, at least very boring.)
      This time-consciousness interface is what sets space "in motion" and is
      the only way a differentiated point-of-view can experience dimensional
      reality. Outside of the dimensional bubble-universes (i.e. in the
      superspatial realm of Consciousness-without-an-object), time does not exist,
      a fact attested to by psychonauts and mystics since "time out of mind." (Pun
      Each differentiated point is a potential "free agent" which may be
      arbitrarily assigned to any position in any dimension. Being conscious, they
      become attitudes or points-of-view within multidimensional space ("God's
      observers," if you will). Your individual human consciousness is essentially
      the interface of a point-singularity ("you"), linking our particular
      spacetime bubble with Super-Space, or perhaps more accurately, the Objective
      Psyche: which is Jung's revised, much better, label for the "Collective
      "What Jung calls the objective psyche may then be likened to an
      encompassing energy stratum from which arise varying field activities
      discernable to the experienced observer through the patterning of image,
      emotion and drive configurations. These psychic field expressions Jung has
      called complexes and archetypes of the objective psyche... The objective
      psyche exists independently of the ego, but can be experienced and
      comprehended to a limited extent by the ego." 7
      These complexes and archetypes within the Objective Psyche have
      traditionally been regarded as "gods," but not as "God" (i.e., as the
      Objective Psyche per se). The difference between you (or any other
      differentiated point-of-view) and the Objective Psyche, as such, is the
      difference between man and "God." The purpose of our incarnations as
      "points-of-view" is to return to the pool from which we emerged with full
      gnosis of where we've been and what we've done. (We'll examine the
      traditions informing this concept in our next article.)
      Because our unconscious mind is a two-way wormhole connecting subjective
      perception with the infinite realms of the Objective Psyche, it is not
      uncommon for profound insights to emerge from those dimensions into human
      awareness - often before their time. Figure 1 is taken from Rene Descartes'
      posthumous 1667 work, Traite de l'Homme, which illustrates his theory of
      perception. He regarded the pineal gland as the "gateway to the soul," and
      in this drawing he hypothesises how visual perception is concentrated
      therein. Most of Descartes' theories have been disproved by modern research,
      but his fundamental intuition in this case is still valid. All that is
      missing is the concept of the DMT-synthesising pineal gland (discussed in
      our last article) as a singularity linking spacetime awareness with the
      Objective Psyche to complete the hypothesis being proposed here.
      And I hope my hypothesis is beginning to make sense: Since we experience
      ourselves as a conscious centre (a "point") inhabiting a physical body,
      which perceives itself as part of a three-dimensional "outside" reality, it
      is obvious that all external sensory input is perpendicular to our
      subjective awareness. Which, if you follow the right-angle rule, is to say
      that consciousness itself must be in some sense dimensional! The only
      direction of escape in Koan-1, then is within . The only place that the
      radiation from the XYZ-123 galaxy can go after entering the black-holes of
      your eyes is inside . This mandates that both Locale-I and Locale-II are
      inner dimensions which to varying degrees mirror our familiar, externalised
      space-time. We have the empirical testimony of out-of-body explorer William
      Buhlman that this is so:
      "For two years I had believed that I was moving laterally from one area
      to another within the same dimension, but now the startling truth was
      apparent. I was not moving laterally but inwardly within the universe from
      one energy environment to another." 8
      Buhlman goes on to describe what can only be a kind of singularity of
      consciousness imploding into itself, into a dimension of many dimensions.
      Here he is, out-of-body, in the Locale-I version of his bedroom, about to
      enter a typical Locale-II environment, perhaps one of Robert Monroe's "upper
      "Feeling centered, I stand at the foot of my bed and say aloud, 'I move
      inward.' I feel an immediate sensation of rapid inner motion - I'm being
      drawn into a vacuum deep within myself. The sensation of motion is so
      intense that I shout 'Stop!' Instantly I stop moving and realize that I'm in
      a new environment. I am outdoors in a beautiful parklike setting." 9
      Although admittedly rare, this perception is neither new nor unique. The
      Tibetan Book of the Dead tells us explicitly that all of the bardo realms
      are "inside of us":
      "O nobly-born, these realms are not come from somewhere outside
      [thyself]. They come from within the four divisions of thy heart, which,
      including its center, make the five directions. They issue from within
      there, and shine upon thee. The deities, too, are not come from somewhere
      else: they exist from eternity within the faculties of thine own intellect."

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