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Points To Ponder - Christine B.

Updated on August 25, 2012
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A great deal of research has gone into the creation of these articles, as you can well imagine. In the process I have learned many things I did not previously know, although I have been studying and investigating the paranormal for over forty years. All this reconnoitering has established some theories that I would like to share with you.

What if some of the creatures that are on the planet today are actually alien beings, but because we have found them and classified them, we accept them as normal Earth forms?

We all know how vast the Universe is. I doubt that anyone reading this newsletter believes that we are the only life forms in that vast amount of space. After all, what would be the point of it all if we were? I’m thinking that it is quite possible that life forms from other planets could have easily traveled to Earth and colonized a portion of it; say for instance, the oceans.

After all, there certainly are quite a few strange creatures living in our oceans. And there are several living on the land as well—take the Big Foot, for instance. How can any scientist say assuredly that any of the creatures who are now on this planet originated here?

They could call evolution into play, but there are so many life forms on this planet… millions of them, they all had to start somewhere—with some sort of original “seed;” and who is to say that some of those “seeds” weren’t introduced by someone from a different world? It is extremely possible. It is even likely to be the case. Until our scientists can come up with a basic “Earth DNA” we won’t know for sure—unless, of course, we are finally able to communicate with the alien beings that brought these life forms to Earth and they tell us so. That is also extremely likely to happen eventually.

What if a person who is suffering from what psychiatrists classify as schizophrenia, (where one can see and communicate with people who aren’t really there), are not mentally ill at all, but are actually psychic mediums? Not such a far-fetched idea at all considering how many psychic mediums in the past were not only classified as witches and persecuted, but were also taken away to mental hospitals. Not understanding their “gift,” many would probably turn to drinking to stop the visions. This would make matters much worse since people who are alcoholics are much more easily taken over.

What if, when you dream you are really looking into your own life in another dimension? There are many renowned physicists (Steven Hawkins, for one) who believe the Universe is made up of millions of energy “strings.” They theorize that not only is every life form in the Universe comprised of these strings, but also that there are many more than the four dimensions of up and &down (height), back and forth (width), in and out (depth), and time. Some of the “String Theorists“ believe that we all live in several different dimensions at the same time.

Those of us who have seen spirits of people who were once alive in our present dimension believe that death is a doorway to another dimension and on rare occasions some of us are able to see into that dimension when we see a spirit materialize. So that could be labeled as the fifth or “spirit” dimension.

If these very intelligent men and woman of science are correct, we could be living many different lives at the same time, all in separate string dimensions. If this is true, then it is quite possible that there are times when we could see ourselves in these different dimensions. The most likely time for that to occur would be when our mind is free to wonder away from the trials and worries of our lives in our 3-D world (while we are dreaming or meditating) to the lives we are living simultaneously in the 6-D, 7-D or 8-D worlds . . . Just a thought.


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      Christine B. 5 years ago from Medina, Ohio

      I agree, Robin. It's time for new answers to old questions! :o)

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      Robin Grosswirth 5 years ago from New York

      A very interesting philosophy. We are also quick to label people, those who are different from us rather than investigate other alternatives. Plus, there have been many dialogues regarding evolution, intelligent design and the big bang theory with no resolve.