MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
Way back when I discussed Quantum Immortality with Dr. Richard Allen Miller, a listener turned me on to an article that was written by paranormal researcher Nick Redfern. Nick and I have spoken from time to time at UFO conventions, and he has been a guest on my show.
Redfern’s article appeared on Mysterious Universe and discusses Whitley Strieber’s books, particularly one of Strieber’s older books, Transformation, which is the sequel to his book, Communion.
Arguably, it was Strieber that pushed the alien abduction phenomenon into the zeitgeist.
Redfern points out that Strieber discusses the alien phenomena and how they manipulate people and have an interest in consciousness and the recycling souls.
Strieber has observed the Greys can move effortlessly between the worlds of the living and dead. He talks about different claims by alien abductees being manipulated by the Greys into altered states where they come face to face with deceased family and friends.
Redfern shares his thoughts on the push for disclosure, citing in one of his books, Final Events, how secret parts of the government, intelligence community, and military know about the alien connection to the afterlife.
He warns that should these groups decide to come through with disclosure, the truth might be colored by the religious concepts of heaven and hell.
What is being theorized is that the alien greys, aren’t actually extraterrestrial beings but are somehow intricately connected with the afterlife. He postulates humans don’t fully understand the nature or origin of the Grays. In fact, he states the aliens perhaps have some kind of connection with the human soul.
It seems that this type of theory has also been shared by the like of Linda Moulton Howe and others that I have interviewed over the years.
Many of us familiar with Phillip K. Dick, Robert Anton Wilson and David Icke are fully aware of the theory that we live on a prison planet, where humans are trapped in a matrix that was constructed by an extraterrestrial creator or architect.
Some people classify aliens and demons within the same category. Others consider them separate entities. Still other investigators do not consider them demons at all; in fact now it is becoming fashionable to consider them as superstitious or religious artifacts from past cultures.
Now that the paradigm is shifting and new ideas are being proposed everyday by science, it may be hard to keep up with how interest is growing in how we define pre existence, existence, and post dimensional existence.
I guess you could say that these terminologies are sciences way of trying to explain how things are transcendent. They are now out to find out the truth about how we existed in some form elsewhere in another dimension, moved on to the present reality we observe now and the nebulous areas of existence in another dimension or universe after we leave this reality and journey into the overlapping matrix.
The religious call it heaven and hell, and death is the final word as we do not know or really cannot know the mysteries of an afterlife as our spirit, our consciousness has shaken its mortal coil and has moved on like unseen tachyon particles elsewhere known only to God.
It might seem a bit strange but everything is inside other things; one thing is inside everything. Nothing is certain but everything is possible. Everything we see, including ourselves, is made up of energy waves and they are connected to each other. They’re independent of time and space.
In fact, consciousness exists outside of constraints of time and space. It is able to be anywhere: in the human body and outside of it. In other words, it is non-local in the same sense that quantum objects are non-local.
Einstein summarizes this situation by saying: When mathematics is certain, it does not reflect reality, when it reflects reality, it is not certain.
When science begins to sound like organized philosophy I become suspicious.
I really don’t know why, but I wonder why scientists are so interested in trying to prove that there is an existence after we die here on planet earth.
We have discussed before on my show that it is intriguing to think that our souls are quantum packets of information that are infinite and that when it attaches to our biological host – it animates it. When the body or the host dies the packet of quantum data still exists like a TV or radio signal if we have the right equipment or even another biological avatar or component that quantum packet of data can be resurrected in a new body—in a NEW FORM.
This would also explain ghost activity. If we remove all of the paranormal and supernatural aspects of ghostly encounters, we can surmise that a packet of quantum data.
Testimonials from prominent physics researchers from institutions such as Cambridge University, Princeton University, and the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich claim that quantum mechanics predicts some version of “life after death.” They assert that a person may possess a body-soul duality that is an extension of the wave-particle duality of subatomic particles.
Wave-particle duality, a fundamental concept of quantum mechanics, proposes that elementary particles, such as photons and electrons, possess the properties of both particles and waves. These physicists claim that they can possibly extend this theory to the soul-body dichotomy. If there is a quantum code for all things, living and dead, then there is an existence after death.
Quantum mechanics does not rule out the possibility of an “afterlife” universe or “afterlife” dimension which includes a multiverse, a multidimensional universe or the survival of brain function after death which is quantum immortality.
So, there is abundance of places or other universes where our soul could migrate after death.
Now, another question I have is once we are released from our bodies and our consciousness lingers in a transdimensional limbo, are there guides or controllers that help us make the transition from one dimension to the other?
The reason why I ask is because of what we have read in the various mythologies about gatekeepers and ferrymen that take us to the afterlife.
Many of us are familiar with the idea of spirit guides helping the dead pass into the afterlife.
From the Golden Age of Athens to Islam, dozens of angels, deities, and other entities have served as psychopomps, charged with escorting our friends and loved ones into the afterworld.
In some mythologies, psychopomps merely provide transport into the realm of the dead. One such figure is Charon, a ferryman conveying the deceased across the river Styx as they traveled into the Greek underworld.
Some religions posit that their psychopomps come to take individuals to the hereafter. A notable example is Azrael, the angel of death existing in the cosmology of the three major Abrahamic faiths.
Most people identify with classic psychopomp imagery and concepts to speak about death. The image of the Grim Reaper dates back to 14th century Europe, coming to fruition during the dreaded Black Plague epidemics. Its black robes may have been analogous to the funerary robes worn by clerics of the period, and the scythe symbolizes the Reaper’s function of “harvesting” souls. The scythe is also the symbol of judgment, as Father Time or Chronos sacrifices his children every year.
For the longest time, we have been hearing the same stories from people who have had near death experiences, telling us about what happens after one dies. Some see a tunnel, some see a brilliant light, and sometimes one finds oneself in a park-like environment.
Most people have no idea what to expect after death, they are often confused, and thus vulnerable.
However when this happens, the experience will indicate that sometimes dead relatives show up and comfort the person. Sometimes it is a religious figure, or spiritual guides. Some people have suggested that these entities are not what they seem to be and are already engaged in manipulating the recently deceased into the desired direction.
One of the often overlooked stories is that sometimes, even extraterrestrial beings are described as guides or ferrymen for those who need guidance to the outer realms of the afterlife.
There have been many people who have said that out of body experiences and even near death experiences seem to have the same characteristics as alien abductions.
Dr. John Mack, a well-known alien abduction researcher said of the comparison:
“The abduction experiences begin with a shift in consciousness on the part of the abductee, which may be signaled by a hum or other odd sound, by the appearance of a light for which no usual source can be found, by the sense of a presence or even the sight of one or more alien beings … or by a strong vibratory sensation in the body … This change in consciousness may be subtle, but abductees are always sure that they are not dreaming or imagining.
Rather they experience that they have moved into another reality, but one that is, nevertheless, altogether real. This is a waking reality, but a different one. As one abductee described this shift to me, is as if the alien beings break through a kind of screen, revealing a new reality to the experiencer.”
Over time, there have been many descriptions of what it is like to leave the body. Probably the most ubiquitous symptom is that of experiencing a kind of sound-vibration as one’s fully awake consciousness separates from its physical shell.
This loud hum or vibratory sound sensation is identical to the noise heard by people undergoing a near-death experience.
In the Tibetan Book of the Dead we read:
“From the midst of that radiance, the natural sound of Reality, reverberating like a thousand thunders simultaneously sounding, will come. That is the natural sound of thine own real self. Be not daunted thereby, nor terrified, nor awed.”
The early symptoms of a conscious out-of-body experience usually (but not always) follow a recognizable pattern: that of sound and vibration accompanying the separation of awareness from the physical body. Then there comes a bright light and then in some instances beings that appear to be family members or religious figures appear.
According to John Mack:
“Quite a few abductees have spoken to me of their sense that at least some of their experiences are not occurring within the physical space/time dimensions of the universe as we comprehend it. They speak of aliens breaking through from other dimensions, through a “slit” or “crack” in some sort of barrier, entering our world from “beyond the veil.” Abductees, some of whom have little education to prepare them to explain about such abstractions or odd dislocations, will speak of the collapse of space/time that occurs during their experiences. They experience the aliens, indeed their abductions themselves, as happening in another reality, although one that is as powerfully actual to them as — or more so than — the familiar physical world.”
So are we to believe that abduction experiences are similar to near death or afterlife experiences?
The extraterrestrial theories and mythos have already had a hand in uniting culture, and it is evident that mankind has an interest if not in the mythological sense about life that exists in other realms of the universe.
It doesn’t matter if you believe or don’t believe in aliens or UFO’s the cultural awakening to the possibility is as vibrant and valid as a belief or non belief in God. Mythologies are sacred in some circles and in others are dismissed, and yet the archetypes in them never leave us. They continue in other forms, and with even more manifestation that leaves skeptics curious and hardens the resolve of the true believers.
Myths based on truths are what shape world view. Myths also shape world spiritual views and within religious and the political spectrum those views are powerful determinants in what we as a people feel is good or evil.
Jacques Vallée has pointed out, “If UFOs are acting at the mythic and spiritual level it will be almost impossible to detect it by conventional methods.”
As an alternative to the extraterrestrial visitation hypothesis, Vallée has suggested a multidimensional visitation hypothesis. This hypothesis represents an extension of the extraterrestrial hypothesis where the alleged extraterrestrials could be potentially from anywhere. The entities could be multidimensional beyond space-time, and thus could coexist with humans, yet remain undetected.
Abduction experiences as with experiences with religious ascension seem to also be congruent.
For example in 2 Kings, Chapter 2 verse 11 we read:
“As they were walking along and talking together, suddenly a chariot of fire and horses of fire appeared and separated the two of them, and Elijah went up to heaven in a whirlwind.”
Put simply, a fiery vehicle arrives and takes Elijah up into a vortex.
However, the translations include both the ideas that this is what happened at the time of Elijah’s death or that he was just carried into the heaven by a vehicle that produced a whirlwind or a column that lifted him away.
We have all discussed that Ezekiel and ancient people described UFO’s as “Whirling Wheels,” “Chariots of Fire,” “Stars,” and vehicles with thrones in them. Chariots of fire and the Merkaba, all have the same characteristics of UFO’s today and all are connected to the higher realms as transports to other world or dimensions.
Carl Jung, who has been spoken of many times on Ground Zero, has said many times in the pas that the extraterrestrial UFO mythos will be and is a scientific phenomenon that triggers a religious response and that what may be coming to our future is the advent of what we have called the second incarnation.
Notice how he was careful not to call it the Second Coming.
The truth is that before we called the return of Jesus the Second Coming, it was called the second incarnation, meaning the consciousness of the Christ would find itself in the flesh again and that would spread out throughout the known universe – to all of creation.
The mythos and the reality is molding man into thinking that there must be an externalized savior waiting for us in the cosmos. Every denomination has its externalized savior; however, if there is a moment of fulfillment and revelation, there would have to be a narrowing down of options and all interpretations would cease and there would be only one entity or many that would officiate over the directing of the quantum consciousness and the guiding of souls into the next multidimensional life.