If there really is a heaven, then where the heck is it? If before birth and after death we might exist as more than wraiths, then where the heck are we? What all the afterlife evidence tells us is that dying is as easy as changing TV channels….
Many quantum physicists assume that there are ten or more dimensions, largely because their best mathematical attempts to unify quantum and macro physics don’t seem to work if there are fewer than ten. Eleven (a product of “M-Theory”) is the number of dimensions most commonly cited. Time is often considered to be a fourth dimension, so “spacetime” is a usual physics construct; but above four dimensions, things get wobbly. Added dimensions might be neatly curled at every point of the dimensions that we see, so they exist but they are tiny. Physicists have trouble with additional dimensions, because – to be frank – they are stuck on physicality. They have trouble imagining that there might be universe-sized dimensions that they can’t perceive.
The truth is that – as physicist Sir James Jeans said long ago – “The universe begins to look more like a great thought than a great machine.” The Big Bang was the start of that thought. Matter and energy, time and space are thought-based illusions, and all those extra dimensions are the same size as the ones that we perceive (“size” being just an illusion, anyway). They exist about where we are now (“location” being an illusion, too). Solid matter is another illusion - matter is made up of swirling energy – so in fact it is easy to imagine those other dimensions interpenetrating this one.
One upper-level spirit likens the afterlife dimensions to the multiple speeds of an electric fan. When the blades spin fast enough, they disappear. And that is how it is with the complex and solid-seeming realities of all those heavenly dimensions that exist more or less right here. They are vibrating at a faster rate, so like speeding fan blades, they disappear. What determines the differences among dimensions, both this one and those that house the afterlife, is their rate of energy vibration.
Let’s consider a practical example. You are watching a live football game on TV, and then you switch to a live news broadcast. Both are happening simultaneously, both seem to be equally solid and real, and the only difference between them is their broadcast frequency (or their rate of vibration). And so it will be when you die! You will briefly stare in amazement at what you realize is your own corpse, and then materiality will shimmer and fade as your vibratory rate increases and lets you tune in to the afterlife reality that you left years before. You will be amazed to find yourself standing on solid grass, hugging your wonderfully solid loved ones, looking around at solid buildings and mountains against an always-blue sky.
Omigosh! I had forgotten! It’s all in the same place!
The evidence is overwhelming. Unfortunately, though, it is incomplete. We are going to know a great deal more once mainstream physicists stop clinging to their long-dead atheistic dogmas. And that is going to happen. Give them time.