UFOs and Abductions, Psychic Phenomena, The Mystical and Near Death Experience. These kinds of things cannot happen, not in the world of three dimensions of space plus time that we know. And yet, they do happen. This is why researchers of the paranormal are talking more and more about the need for a new framework of space-time to explain these phenomena, an expanded one in which they can happen. A...
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"Our time is really motion in extradimensional space." This is a deceptively simple sentence, yet it speaks worlds. I have been reading everything available on the concept of a physical 4th dimension (as opposed to a mathematical abstraction) for two...
ikingly similar scenario, many theoretical physicists now feel that our current space-time model is too small to resolve unexplained phenomena in their field, quantum physics. They're turning out extra dimensional theories - lots of them.Can any of these expanded frameworks also explain the paranormal? Yes, but only if one more factor is added into it - EXPANDED CONSCIOUSNESS. Incredibly, this factor has been overlooked. But just as incredibly, the need to include it in any theory of reality was recognized almost a century ago!This was proposed by R. M. Bucke in "Cosmic Consciousness" (1901), and P. D. Ouspensky, in "Tertium Organum" (1912). Both authors however, realized their theories were incomplete, and expressed hope that someday they would be reconstituted, in a more comprehensive work. Extra Dimensional Universe is that work.This expanded framework of space, time, and consciousness, a combination of Bucke and Ouspensky's theories and the "New Physics," not only allows for the existence of paranormal phenomena, but virtually predicts that they should exist - just as observed and experienced. And yet in this context their implications are more profound than previously imagined.