The Unseen Worlds

(ORDO NEWS) — He was very ill and realized in the afternoon that he was dying. For a moment, he was taken aback as he was torn from his pain-torn body. He looked down and saw his body lying several hundred meters below him.

Looking up, he found himself inside a small cabin, perhaps a monorail car. Eight or ten people sat comfortably side by side. Across from him, a black man played his trumpet softly. It gradually dawns on him that this whole little group is dying at the same time.

To his left, at the end of the cabin, a bright but not blinding light appears. A certain semblance of a figure appears in the light. A male voice speaks to him, penetrating and completely nonjudgmental. He doesn’t know if he’s in his head or if others can hear him too.

“Voice” assures him that he really is dying, but in this case he is given a choice: to continue to live or return to his former life. Then, to his enduring surprise, he is told that he has completed what he came to do. He is 33 years old. He is free in his choice.

After a few moments of deep clarity, he decides to come back to life. After that, the cabin dissolves, and his entire field of vision is filled with singing, celebrating angels. Accompanied by two angelic companions, he crosses a wide plain and enters a large building for healing.

Some time later, after being shown around and told that he will not remember what he sees, he is returned to his body to find himself completely healthy again.

He walks along a beach in Israel as dusk begins to fall. Sitting for a moment on a large stone, he peers into the surf. It is at this point during sunset that the air turns almost purple. Waves roll in, the surf throws out sheets of spray that hang in the air before the next wave replaces them.

His mind is blank as he stares blankly into the purple haze. However, his whole body shudders when he suddenly realizes that he is watching a group of ten or twelve creatures, very tall – about twice the height of people – with a couple of children among them, slowly walking in one file along a slight slope.

This strange scene, as real as anything he’s ever seen on a cinema screen, lingers in a purple mist as the waves give way to splashes. When the light changes and the splashes no longer refract the purple glow, the figures dissolve and disappear.

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The creatures are moving. They walk slowly and purposefully for at least 20 seconds.

He lies in his bath after a physically strenuous day. Looking up, he sees two figures standing in the bathroom, directly in front of the door.

The taller one is definitely a woman, dark-haired, about 1.80 tall and very beautiful. In front of her stands a stranger figure. He can’t tell what gender it is. It is bipedal, definitely small, about 1.20 tall, and seems more crystalline than organic.

Tall speaks. He learns that the couple are aliens and that they have a large mothership parked in the fifth dimension above the mountains he sees from his bathroom window. She explains how very different intergalactic races often accept each other – she gestures to a small angular figure – when they are ready to move into the community of the larger Universe.

She speaks of the Arcturus star system, again gesturing to the small figure in front of her, and tells him that the planet in this system predated Earth by several thousand years and that she wanted to be there to observe and give advice when asked.

The language she uses is correct, fluid, and more like singing than talking. This is followed by a detailed and clear 20-minute conversation, after which the couple dissolves into thin air.

Three encounters with invisible worlds. All completely unprovable, having no evidence other than how they could affect the consciousness of the protagonist. And isn’t that the problem with stories like this? Until something like this happens to us individually, these experiences may seem like something out of the ordinary or self-deception.

Maybe they are just made up? Maybe our poor hero has gone mad? Anyone who has tried to tell the wrong people about their encounters with the unseen worlds has experienced a similar reaction. Try writing about them publicly!

Well, that may be crazy in the eyes of some people, but at least I can vouch for the authenticity of all three events. They happened the way they were reported. It was one of those encounters with unseen worlds that made me believe that there was a lot more going on than meets the eye.

Like many others who have had similar experiences, I have never felt the need to prove to others that these strange events happened.

They happened. I know. I was there. And for the scientific materialist who might dismiss NDEs as random bursts of dying neurons, I can only say wait until you have a full NDE! Whatever the near-death experience is, it is not accidental. It can be an amazingly meaningful experience.

The problem is that such an experience does not fit into the modern scientific or materialistic paradigm. There is no language to accurately describe what cannot be easily felt and measured.

Thus, there is little room for science to consider the possibility of other worlds. The gradual realization that other habitable planets may exist in the Universe is only now beginning to dominate the world’s leading scientists.

Physicists are starting to work with the concepts of multiple worlds and parallel universes; various string theories suggest the existence of other dimensions; and quantum mechanics, to say the least, shows us that the nature of matter is much stranger and more incredible than we could imagine.

However, little of this has revealed to modern scientific consciousness the possible reality of other realms of existence.

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Since this limited approach unequivocally denies the existence of transcendental phenomena in human reality, we can only guess about it ourselves if we are inclined to do so. Movies, television, and horror stories fire our imaginations with stories of ghosts and vampires.

Some turn to astrology, numerology, or the I Ching; maybe it’s tarot cards or crystal balls or some other divination system to get a momentary glimpse into invisible realms.

Just as at the dawn of history, people tried to communicate with the dead through mediums and spirits, so on any evening, turning on the TV, you can see mediums conveying messages from deceased relatives to an excited public.

Others, throughout history and in many cultures, have tried to talk to their angels, ancestral spirits, or spirit guides. Entire systems have been created classifying and attempting to streamline the angelic realms.

Kabbalah, Jewish mysticism, for example, traditionally does not allow a person to study angels unless he is a mature male over 50 years of age. For Sufism, angels also began to play an important role in the spiritual life of its adherents.

While we may be grateful that modern scientific skepticism has cleansed us of the superstitions of earlier eras, it cannot be denied that throughout human history there has been and continues to be a deep intuitive acceptance of other levels of reality.

A brief history of the unseen

Undoubtedly, the first people were very nervous. If every tree wasn’t hiding a tiger, it was thunder and lightning, or the terrifying and unexpected darkness of a total eclipse.

Evil spirits lurked in the shimmering darkness, beyond the safety of the fire. Natural phenomena had to be controlled somehow; the invisible forces behind them needed to be appeased. To pacify evil spirits, the worship of ghosts undoubtedly arose.

Then, as the millennia moved into human history and humanity began to coalesce into large communities and then into cities, one could see in their records that something profoundly changed.

As if the ghosts and spirits of earlier eras had evolved into more defined pantheons of Sumerian and early Egyptian culture, gods and goddesses became a central feature of people’s lives.

Of course, it is easy to dismiss them as mere superstition, hallucinations, or some kind of internal imagery. But wait. Our ancestors were not stupid. They had to navigate their lives just like us, facing and solving many of the same problems.

If we are to recognize any reasonable degree of intelligence in our ancient ancestors, we must recognize that whoever these gods and goddesses were, they were very real to our ancestors. They had a profound impact on the lives of both individuals and entire cultures.

They took the form of earthly men and, apparently, had children from mortal women. Cities rose and fell as warring quasi-deities spurred their human worshipers into vengeful slaughter.

The gods and goddesses, we were told, came and went at will. One moment they were visible, and the next they disappeared. They demanded worship and sacrifices. They were cunning, often cruel and heartless and, in modern terms, too human in their qualities.

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We can graciously dismiss our ancestors’ preoccupation with these apparent deities as nonsense. Or simply as hallucinations of the “voices” of their non-dominant hemispheres, as Julian Jaynes attempts to show in his beautifully written book, The Origins of Consciousness in the Decay of the Bicameral Mind.

Dr. Janes, a psychologist at Princeton, bases much of his reasoning on the hallucinations of schizophrenic patients, but he has never been able to prove how individual hallucinations of an individual can manifest themselves in entire groups of people.

Despite the encyclopedic nature of his research and his brilliant and persuasive writing style, Jaynes never considers the possibility that the non-dominant hemisphere of the brain may be where we process telepathic signal, and not just a generator of hallucinatory voices.

We must seek a deeper understanding of what may have been going on in those early days of human history.

Returning to the book of Julian Jaynes, he convincingly argues that it was the disappearance, or at least the gradual weakening, of the hallucinatory voices of these gods and goddesses that directly plunged the great civilizations of the second millennium BC into such chaos.

People, always ready to give their power to those whom we consider more powerful, have apparently come to rely on their deceitful deities in making any decisions, large and small.

Then, gradually, the gods stopped talking to them. It must have been a hopelessly tumultuous time.

We are moving into the modern age with a racial memory of these beings as very real and requiring worship and obedience.

The disappearance of gods and goddesses led to the worship of empty thrones and statues that no longer spoke; then, in a desperate attempt to awaken the absent voices of the gods, more and more attention was paid to soothsayers and omens, oracles and astrology.

By the VI century BC. e. people began to replace the missing voices of the Middle Ways as described in The Urantia Book. Prophets and priests, kings and queens who profess to represent God or gods, have contributed directly to Western culture oscillating between dark ages of superstition and short periods of enlightenment.

As the major Western religions became more formalized, they all claimed that an omnipotent, invisible Deity was at the center of their creed and theology.

When the priests became the interpreters of the Divine will, and the voices of the gods no longer showed the way, people were left to themselves to unravel the mysteries of the universe. Inspired personalities, men and women who themselves looked into the unseen worlds and returned back, appeared over the next two millennia to remind people of the transcendent reality.

In the last two centuries, we are proud to have explained the superstitions of previous eras. However, for all our mundane materialism, it is somewhat ironic that it is these inspired figures with their statements about the invisible dimensions of life that we revere the most.

Challenging human feelings

In life, events happen that seem to occur on the verge of our ability to perceive them. For example, people often find out the exact moment of death of a loved one, being far away from him. Authentic crop circles challenge our understanding of how the material world works.

The alien abduction phenomenon, with its reports of walking through walls, pushes us to the very limits of our supposed relationship to physical reality. An out-of-body experience, if it does not occur in the dream state and can therefore be easily discarded, calls into question what it means to be in a physical body.

The near-death experience will not only convince the subject that consciousness survives death, but also that the Multiverse is inhabited on many levels and dimensions by other sentient beings.

Angels have appeared in virtually all cultures throughout human history under different names, but with remarkably similar characteristics. The very continuity of these reports throughout time suggests that this is not mere superstition.

The skeptic or scientific materialist is likely to explain all these reports and experiences or dismiss them as fantasy, but the conviction that life has a spiritual dimension persists, and personal experience increasingly becomes the measure of faith.

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Operating model of invisible measurements

No one can say with any degree of demonstrative certainty how the mysterious unseen worlds actually function, or even how they come into existence.

All that has really come to light through research and testing is that human potential is far greater than everyone thought. Scientists run the risk of ridicule from colleagues and a sudden lack of funding if they attempt to seriously explore these mysterious areas of human reality.

I suspect that behind this level of over-skepticism lies not only a fear of ridicule, but perhaps a more justified fear that there might be something to it.

If angels really exist; if mediums really talk to the dead; if dolphins have telepathy; if aliens visit our planet; if midwayers are actively involved in shaping our lives; if all of this is true, how will this affect the way scientists conduct their research?

To underline this suspicion is a bold study by famed University of Arizona psychology professor Gary E. Schwartz and his colleagues.

Published in the book Experiments in the Afterlife, they have demonstrated in double-blind studies that selected mediums can often achieve 80% to 90% accuracy when transmitting messages from deceased relatives or friends or describing a person’s identity.

As comforting as it is for a person to know that his grandmother is alive and still in love with him, almost nothing of value or lasting value has been transmitted through the mouths of mediums. For researchers, the little information that has surfaced over the years has become conditional because of its unprovability.

All this brings us back to our own resources. We really have nothing to trust except our own intuition and that inner feeling that we all have – to know the truth if we encounter it.

The invisible : A personal approach

Now I consider it lucky that I started out as a skeptic, as hard-headed as they are. As a child, I was thoroughly turned away from the Anglican religion by the boredom of their services and the angry inability of the priest to answer my perfectly reasonable questions. By adolescence, I became an arrogant young skeptic.

However, over the years, the invisible world seemed to be provoked by my stupidity in order to break through my shell. A series of powerful entheogenic experiences in my early twenties shattered my materialistic view of the world and demonstrated unequivocally that much more was going on behind the shell of reality than I could have imagined.

Much of what I saw and felt defied rational explanation, but I soon realized that these strange experiences that blew my rational mind did not need to be explained or proven. They needed to be experienced and learned from them, and not to be questioned and taken apart.

Trained as an architect, I considered myself quite down to earth and practical, so when these experiences were happening, I concentrated on getting as many of my feelings involved as possible, as well as writing down the main events as honestly as possible.

This is such a subtle, ephemeral field of study that I knew that if my stories were of any value to others, I would have to write them down as astutely and accurately as possible.

This approach, I soon discovered, made me realize that I had embarked on what I now know was a series of initiations, each leading along an invisible thread to the next discovery.

The near-death experience that I talk about at the beginning of this essay happened in the middle of my life, and it was this event that started what became the main interest in non-human intelligence, in dolphins, nature spirits, angels and aliens.

What can be learned from all this? Earthly life can seem quite mysterious and complex, some will say, if you do not take into account the possibility of the existence of invisible realities. However, if it is a genuine personal experience that happens for a reason and clearly has a spiritual integrity, then one can certainly benefit from exploring the unseen realms.

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Compressing the vast amount of hard-won information into a few bullet points runs the risk of simply being dismissed as New Age clichés. I can only hope that my words will find a response in the reader’s experience and confirm the authenticity of his own views on the invisible world.

Keeping in mind that all true knowledge must be experienced personally, here are some things, in no particular order, that I have learned for myself from my own encounters with other realms of being.

It really helps to deepen and revive the quality of earthly life, if you know, really know that life continues after death.

Understand the mechanics of faith; know that belief systems are just rungs on the ladder of knowledge.

To know what it is like to go beyond the egocentric structure of my personal mind and step into the collective mind.

To know that all matter is animate to some degree at the most basic subatomic level.

To know that the Multiverse is teeming with intelligent life, both in the inner and outer realms.

Knowing that communicating with my angel companions marks the beginning of one of life’s most intriguing and challenging adventures.

To know that I can heal myself with the purposeful intention of communicating with my body’s organizing principle – my body spirit – who knows intimately how my physical vehicle works.

Trust your intuition. She’s not always right, but at least I make my own mistakes.

Bear in mind that the whole world seems upside down. Almost everything the world believes is the opposite of the truth. This is a convenient formula for deconstructing the many confusions of consensus reality.

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Understand that most of the forbidden contains essential truths.

That faith in the authenticity of transcendental experience contributes to further discoveries.

That doubt is a healthy thing; but you also need to know how to leave it behind in the heat of the moment. Doubt can always be brought back later.

Realize that in a shared reality, we are all swimming in a sea of ​​fear.

To know that every moment each of us faces a choice: to respond to life with fear or with love.

Know that angels are powerful and sentient beings, not the whimsical flying babies of Victorian iconography.

To know that there is a ring of demons around every sacred place. To know that demons can be neutralized with focused love from the heart center.

Know that we get what we deserve if we don’t listen; and we get what we need if we listen.

To know that if I meet a fiery angel, I will embrace him.

To know that, despite appearances, everything is profoundly good; that what seems to be the chaos of a frenzied world is well understood and guided by invisible hands to a truly unusual fate.

To know that for reasons that have little to do with humans, this planet is considered extremely important to the larger context of the universe.

To know that it is necessary to find time and attention in order to study the true nature of dolphins and whales as deeply as possible; that they are the key to the nature of non-human intelligences.

To know the joy of living together on the planet with another species of comparable or higher intelligence.

This is by no means a complete list, but with rare exceptions, I don’t believe I would have had a chance to learn these things without the access to the subtle realms that I have gained over the years.

I don’t think I’m unusual as a person, just that I’m passionate or curious enough to, with all my heart and with as much of an open mind as I could, explore what I’ve been shown.

In fact, I have come to believe that access to these invisible realms is actually our legitimate spiritual heritage that was blocked through no fault of ours. The invisible realms exist to be seen. With a little focused intent on our part and an open heart and mind, they are as close as a heartbeat.


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