Wednesday, February 22, 2006
A Trip to Outer Space with SDAI !
Outer space is a fascinating place. Anything outside of the Earth's atmosphere and beyond is technically 'outer space'. As a descriptive term it came into its own during the 1950's when rockets and space travel changed from being a science-fiction plot device to being a very real possibility.
Space travel is non-stop. We are traveling even now through uncharted space. Our galaxy, like trillions of other galaxies is spinning around an imaginary axis through the center of the universe. The distances covered are so great that it is very hard to conceive the figures involved. The only 'outer space' that we carry with us, wherever we travel is comprised of fields. Our galaxy's stars, planets, asteroid belts and such travel with us. If you could see them as they really are, they are not stars, planets and such but are infinitely complex and interlinked energy fields. The field you can observe in a magnet is a good example. Now one merely needs to imagine the stars, planets and such, all as magnets expressing with polarity.
I've included a diagram to assist in the visualization:
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This same give and take of fields is going on at the galaxy level. Imagine the planets are stars and the star is the center of a galaxy. It doesn't stop there. Now imagine the planets are galaxies and that the star is a 'center' of the universe.
Now all these fields interact with each the other and maintain a mathematical precision, like gears in a watch. As a matter of fact, that is an easy way to visualize all these rotating galaxies, solar systems, planets, moons, etcetera.
But this is just ONE universe. A physical universe that expresses within a certain bandwidth. It is infinite, but it is infinite within a portion of an even more infinite spectrum. Between the numbers 1 and 2 are an infinite number of numbers and yet each are tied in to the 'space' between 1 and 2.
In the multiverse there are an infinite number of universes. Each of these reside in their own portion of an infinite energy spectrum and influence other universes at specific points.
Here's another new concept to try and get a handle on. Each universe has to have points where the spectra meet. These points are parallaxes. In the number universe that exists between the numbers 1 and 2, those numbers are the parallaxes. I'll call them parallaxes because these points take on a new position from a different perspective. 1 and 2 are shared by the adjoining universes that exist between '0 and 1' and '2 and 3' - therefore they are the parallaxes.
In our universe the stars are parallaxes. Each star if you could see it from the adjoining higher spectra appears like a black hole or a whirlpool. It may help to see it in a somewhat cruder way: with the stars acting like toilets flushing energy from this higher spectra into our physical universe. The other parallaxes in our universe are the black holes. If one could travel the spectra below our physical universe, the black holes would appear as stars. The energy never disappears. It keeps flowing along from spectra to spectra and from universe to universe in very coherent and mathematical flows.
In a very real sense all the universes are dependant upon each other. Each universe, by it's very existence, spawns another. It's a never-ending chain of universes, linked by an infinite number of parallaxes.
The stars atomic interactions are dual in nature. They mathematically channel energy into our spectra and remove it from another. Science, as yet, has never been able to figure out why the universe is not a solid sheet of light considering the quantity of stars in the universe. 'Tired light' and other explanations have been used, as well as the concept that the universe begins somewhere out there back in time as a cosmic egg of 'protomatter'.
The reality is the material universe keeps going on and on and on and on...yet still never becomes anything other than what it is - a physical universe comprised of stars, planets and such. This corner of the universe is very much like the corner a 100 trillion light years from here. Both have galaxies with stars and planets...and black holes. Yes, black holes act as the drain for our physical universe and can be found in the center of certain galaxies that have changed their polarity relationship.
Yes polarity plays an important role in the formation of universes. All this energy is interlinked. Like a sine wave it travels and propagates infinitely. Energy can't be created and can't be destroyed - it only changes form:
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This is just one way of viewing the endless formation of universes. It is again, necessarily, an oversimplification of the process. The reality is that the flow of energy travels in both directions and that each universe has a duality of energy positive to negative and negative to positive occurring simultaneously.
Humanity, for example, can be seen as a flow of positive energy riding the discharging energy from 'higher' universes. As humans become more intelligent and wise they cease to be mere humanity and will now exchange the physical universe for the adjoining higher universe. They evolve. To put it into another visualization they can be viewed as a charge traveling along the 'current' of the energy multiverse. Each soul will travel on and literally an infinite number of souls/beings have already done just that. Each universe provides an infinite amount of learning potential within a set spectrum.
To return to the concept of "outer space" we can say that outer space is far vaster than we even begin to realize. What's more - outer space is not confined to physical space but is really everything that exists outside our own set of fields.
A million universes can share the same spot and only interact at certain parallaxes. The quantity of these parallaxes will depend on the 'closeness' frequency-wise of the relative energy.
Here is another exciting new concept to tackle: In our physical universe, at times, are parallaxes to every other universe. Yes, every universe has to have the potential to interact with other energy directly along the flow. These are anomalies and occur statistically much less often, but they do happen.
Beings like Jesus, Buddha and such are their own personal parallaxes. Every person they meet and everywhere they go will be altered somewhat by the energy flow they represent. Folks will respond to them either extremely positively or negatively. (polarity relationships again!) These beings come from other universes often not just the adjoining universe - but from universes once or twice removed from the physical.
Of course the opposite must be true as well - lower beings from more negative universes must make appearances as well. And they do. Hitler, Genghis Khan, Stalin and the list goes on. Their lives consume millions, kill millions and leave a trail of destruction and hate in their wake.
You, have the ability to align yourself with these various spectra depending upon your thoughts. Your thoughts are each like mini-fields. The sum of your thoughts creates a larger field. This field aligns itself with good or evil and to be more precise, with both - all the time. This is why one must monitor each thought and see what it does to our collective consciousness. Does that thought carry a negative charge or a positive one? Will that thought propel me forward or draw me downward?
They say the path to hell is paved with good intentions. The reality is that the path to lower spectra/universes is paved with a million negative/hateful/fearful/etcetera type of thoughts.
So will you get to meet the gorgeous beings that exist 'out there' in outer space? AKA other portions of the multiverse? That depends upon you and your thoughts.
Meanwhile, I've got a date with that foxy little brunette number. Yeah, I know her outfit is a bit risque and it looks like she's holding a weapon - but it's really just a fancy hypodermic she uses to inoculate strangers from 'outer space'.
Posted by SDAI at 6:55 PM