How many dimensions of human perceptions?

Most of us would be aware of only 2 dimensions of life affecting us – the physical and the mental. Those who have experimented with, or indulged in, psychedelic chemicals have reported a third dimension – an alien dimension. The first 2 dimensions are verifiable and therefore undeniable. What of the third?

However, how could one reject the experienced perceptions of others? That is, on a logical or pragmatic basis? Beyond the mechanistic material explanatory paradigms of science, there seem to be realms of reality. Perceptions of any of these realms are unverifiable through the scientific method because, by being random and sporadic, they are not repeatable. Collectively, they are like the water flowing down a river; the river remains, while the water it carries keeps changing all the time.

Reality is multifarious. So far, I have identified 3 dimensions. A fourth is the realm of spirits – those who were previously humans on Earth. I have had an undeniable, and enriching, exposure to this dimension. My perception of reality is thus threefold. But I am fortunate in that my exposure to the spirit world was enabled by a third party, a professional clairvoyant. My experience is thus verifiable.

How are those with a claimed exposure to the alien dimension to validate their experience? Some aliens have indubitably assisted mankind in the past – refer the cosmology of Hinduism, the megaliths constructed in various parts of the world, the mysterious Nan Madol, near Ponape in Micronesia, the Olmec civilisation, etc.; and my observation back in 1949/50 of what had to be a spaceship masquerading as a wandering asteroid.

We may need to accept the alien realm as part of our reality.

Other dimensions of human perceptions

Recently, a fellow blogger wrote that, during his psychedelic experiences, he had seen, and been exposed to, what most of us would consider to be incredible to bizarre scenes and events. His statement of ‘perceptions’ include reading what has been termed the Akashic Record, and experiencing investigations by aliens of his body and mind.

In a subsequent conversation, he clarified that he had been shown parts of the Akashic Record relevant to him, by the same kind of beings who had investigated him. He was able to describe these beings.

His experience of being investigated is similar to experiences reported by some people who had reportedly been taken on board a UFO. Many claimed to have been examined, at some depth, by the ETs in the UFOs. One report claimed that his DNA had been manipulated; if practicable, this would require unimaginable expertise. The obvious question is – to what end, and for whose benefit?

Clever men like Francis Crick and Carl Sagan have reportedly also indulged in psychedelic experiences; I am not aware of the value or relevance of their visions.

Shamans all over the world are known to offer insights into other worlds. They are believed to have been aided by psychedelic drugs. It has also been suggested that the minds of successful shamans are not exactly like those of ordinary humans.

What then can one say about the dimensions of reality accessible to us?

Unexplained constructions

“The author of more than a score of works on ancient mysteries, sacred geometry, UFOs, unexplained phenomena, and the like, (John) Mitchell … … argues that across much of the earth are ancient earthworks and stone monuments built for an unknown purpose, and that their shared features suggest that they might be part of a worldwide system … … .

Mitchell suggests, in this connection, that the most significant modern discovery is that of leys, a mysterious network of straight lines that link the ancient places of Britain and have their counterparts in China, Australia, South America, and elsewhere. … …

In detailed descriptions of phenomena such as the precise terrestrial and celestial alignments of ancient monuments along long ley lines, advanced ancient scientists of numbers and sacred geometry, and sophisticated prehistoric engineering, Mitchell paints a picture of a vast and coherent world-wide order beyond anything imaginable today. … …

The question of technology becomes more pressing, but even more difficult to answer, when one considers the giant stones of ancient sites which were actually cut, tooled, and moved. ‘It is a mystery, actually,’ he concedes, ’this incredible precision. And again in megalithic times, the extraordinary weights involved – raising blocks of one hundred tons or more, transporting them, and setting them up. They used terrific labour ingenuity and, no doubt, principles that are not recognised today.’

Could such principles have included some kind of levitation? ‘There are very persistent references from the Classical writers to the power of sound,’ he says, ‘of the use of song and music and tone to make things lighter, work songs where there’s a rhythm got up, where you can move things without a lot of effort.’”

These extracts are from Douglas Kenyon’s ‘Megalith England: The Atlantean Dimensions’ – A conversation with John Mitchell.
The following extract is from Christopher Dunn’s ‘The Obelisk Quarry Mystery’
Both articles are from ‘Forbidden History: prehistoric technologies, extraterrestrial intervention, and the suppressed origins of civilisation,’ edited by Douglas Kenyon.

“On the base of Hatshepshut’s pair of obelisks are inscriptions that tell us that the pair were quarried and raised into position in a seven-month period. To merely quarry the raw block in such a time would mean that the cutting rate would need to be increased at least thirty-seven times. Tools capable of such efficiency are not part of the archaeological record. … … the ancient Egyptians were much more advanced than what we have allowed in the past.”

So, what’s new? The evidence is probably deep under water, covered by a vast amount of volcanic lava. Refer the cosmic cataclysm and the following universal deluge (which would have drowned much of the evidence we need) about 13,000 years ago.

How could Man be a privileged species?

There is a view that Earth was specially prepared for mankind. Why would what appears to be no more than a small molten-rock ball, with a permeable cover allegedly capable of being made to slide over the interior by powerful external forces, be waiting to provide a home for mankind?

Since complex organic compounds and bacteria have been found in space, could it be possible that fully-formed humans also came to Earth from ‘up there,’ as claimed in the folklore mentioned in a recent post? Or, were the arrivals from space (the ETs, extraterrestrials) advanced beings who merely ‘seeded’ (impregnated) Earthlings, thus allowing the descendants of their progeny to believe that they had ‘descended’ from ‘up there’? This then raises the question: how did these Earthlings come about?

Sumerian writings, drawn upon by the authors of the Bible and by Zachariah Sitchin, say that ETs from planet Nibiru created ‘the Adam’ (mankind) by implanting their genes into an animal species on Earth. This allegedly occurred 300,000 years ago, almost 145,000 years after their arrival – so said Sitchin.

Is there any point in asking how motile air-breathing animals initially arrived on Earth? Do we know? And how they evolved into the species allegedly manipulated by the Anunnaki? That all life forms on Earth share a gene pool, except for the 223 exceptional genes (refer Sitchin) not found in species other than Man; and that the genetic difference between chimpanzees and humans is only about 1.4 %; suggests that we did all originate on Earth.

If Earth is compatible with humans, then it is also compatible with the bacteria, the vegetation, and certain life-forms which enable us to survive.

Our morality does, however, suggest a close link with the carnivores in the animal kingdom, except that we will kill fellow humans and other animals even when we are not hungry for sustenance. Yet, our ethereal souls can uplift us to great heights, offering hope that we can repeatedly recover from each cosmic cataclysm; that is, that the human species will earn its right to live on Earth.

Japanese proverbs

Japanese Proverbs
Collection compliled by Catherine Pulsifer.
Let what is past flow away downstream.

Adversity is the foundation of virtue.

You can know ten things by learning one.

Ten men, ten minds.

When you’re thirsty it’s too late to think about digging a well.

Fall down seven times, get up eight.

When the character of a man is not clear to you,look at his friends.

Better to be a crystal and to be broken, than to be a tile upon the housetop.

One kind word can warm three winter months.

Gossip about a person and his shadow will appear.

There are no national frontiers to learning.

Everyone makes mistakes. That’s why there is an eraser on every pencil.

(From the Internet)

Quotes from Confucius

It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.

Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.

I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.

Wheresoever you go, go with all your heart.

By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest.

I want you to be everything that’s you, deep at the center of your being.

When anger rises, think of the consequences.

Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance.

When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don’t adjust the goals, adjust the action steps.

Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.

(From ‘Brainy Quotes’ from the Internet)

More evidence of panspermia

“In 2004, a bizarre new twist in the panspermia debate came in the form of a quite revolutionary press release from NASA. The story claimed that, using the Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia, astronomers had detected faint radio emissions, giving the signature of a sugar called glycolaldehyde. They were coming from a giant interstellar gas cloud dubbed Sagittarius B2, located close to the centre of the galaxy.

Since glycolaldehyde – an eight-atom molecule made up of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen – can act to create the simple amino acids necessary to form life, NASA now felt it extremely likely that the building blocks of life first existed in deep space, and were transported here by a comet. This discovery came just two years after the spectral ‘fingerprint’ of glycose, a simple amino acid, was detected in three interstellar gas clouds, one of which was Sagittarius B2.

For a space organisation of the calibre of NASA to have detected such information meant that panspermia was now being taken very serious indeed. Yet, it took until October 2005 for NASA to announce finally that organic compounds called PAHS (polycylic aromatic hydrocarbons) were not only ‘abundant in space’ but, most significantly, had more in common with life on Earth than had previously been recognised.

New Scientist magazine reported that Douglas Hudgins and his colleagues at the NASA Ames Research Centre in Moffat Field, California, initiated a search for PAHS using the Spitzer Space Telescope, launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on 25 August 2003. Their initial findings revealed that not only do PAHS exist everywhere in the galaxy, but that a high percentage contain nitrogen.

As plain as this discovery might seem, nitrogen-containing compounds are found in chlorophyll, DNA, and haemoglobin, a fact which more-or-less confirms that carbon-based organisms evolved originally in deep space, and only afterwards made the journey here.”

This extract was titled ‘Sugar and space’ in ‘the Cygnus mystery’ by Andrew Collins

How did all this lead to humans being on Earth? Could we claim that Earth was prepared specially for us? If so, why?

Evidence supporting panspermia

“Strangely, hard evidence for panspermia has been around for almost half a century. In 1961, a meteorite examined by Spanish-American biochemist Juan Oro was found to contain micro-fossils of an algae-like organism known as adenine, as well as the component nucleic acids of RNA (ribonucleic acid) and DNA, enough to provide ATP (adenosine triphosphate), a major energy-releasing molecule in living cells.

Then in 1969 a meteorite that landed in Victoria, Australia was determined to possess a complex series of organic compounds, including some of the nitrogen bases and amino acids that are the building blocks of DNA. Subsequent tests by Dr. Ron Brown of Melbourne’s Monash University revealed there were ‘formations in the meteorite reminiscent of a very primitive form of cell structure.’

All this is, of course, aside from the now famous five-pound (2.5 kilogram) meteorite ALH 84001 discovered in the Antarctic in 1984, which was subsequently examined and found to contain a variety of organic chemicals, including carbon molecules formed in water and created by single-celled organism, remaining as ‘fossil-like impressions of micro-tubular and other organisms.’ This example was, as we know, determined to have been ejected from Mars, reigniting the age-old debate as to whether or not there is, or was, life on the red planet.”

The above was taken from the section ‘Spreading spores’ in ‘The Cygnus Mystery’ by Andrew Collins.

The following was taken from the section titled ‘Hitching a ride’

“Panspermia is a theory that has had some heavyweight scientific support over the years. During the 1970s, renowned British astronomer Fred Hoyle … and his Sri Lankan-born colleague Chandra Wickramasinghe put their combined efforts behind the theory, proposing that complex organic compounds might well have evolved within interstellar dust clouds. They wrote that interstellar spores or micro-organisms have continued to rain down on Earth in the form of flu viruses and other diseases which seem to develop spontaneously without any kind of mutation from an existing strain.

These micro-organisms, they argued, initially settle in the Earth’s upper atmosphere, where they become caught up in the jet stream. Eventually they mix with lower winds rising up over mountain ranges such as the Himalayas, which take them down on to the plains of neighbouring countries, where the viruses are soon transferred to birds, animals and, finally, human beings.”

Infections raining from the heavens? Makes sense.

Exploring panspermia

“If … some form of two-way non-local communication can occur between the collective consciousness of DNA in different life forms, then what if, as scientists are now coming to believe, life did not originate on Earth? What if DNA arrived on the planet complete, with genetic instructions to create and evolve new life to its ultimate end?

This thought-provoking theory is known to the world as panspermia (which means ’seeds everywhere’), a concept proposed as far back as the fifth century BC by the Greek philosopher Anaxagoras … … He believed that the seeds of life swarm throughout the Cosmos, and are not exclusive to Earth. More intriguing is that Anaxagoras, who was an influence on Socrates and thus Plato, envisaged these ‘seeds’ not as molecular in nature, but as actual seeds containing the seeds of life itself.

Panspermia would have been accepted as the true origin of life back then had not … Aristotle … come up with the theory of spontaneous generation of life on Earth, which was preferred by the more rationally minded, and remained a workable theory until the nineteenth century, when it was finally disproved by the French chemist Louis Pasteur …

In the wake of Pasteur’s work into microbiology (which included determining that infectious diseases were caused by germs), various ideas were proposed on the origins of cellular life, but it would not be until 1903 that the idea of panspermia would raise its head again. In that year Swedish chemist and Nobel Prize-winner Svante August Arrhenius … wrote that life on Earth emerged from microscopic spores that were propelled across space by what he saw as the radiation pressure of star light.

Arrhenius‘s theories received a fuller treatment in his book Worlds in the making …It answered key criticisms of his theory, including the belief that potentially lethal ultraviolet light rays would kill any microscopic spores that existed in deep space. He was optimistic that at low temperatures the spores could remain intact for extremely long periods of time, and in his final opinion, all organisms in the universe are related, and the process of evolution is everywhere the same.”

The above is an extract termed Exploring panspermia in The Cygnus mystery by Andrew Collins.

It is interesting that Aristotle, who apparently had much to say about many things, once pontificated about the number of teeth in the mouths of women, without ever asking his wife to open her mouth – so I read. Is it not a pity that some speculative philosophers can delay the search for explanations of issues of relevance in explaining the world we live in?

Universal consciousness

“I am not proposing that the human mind is able to project itself through space to communicate with some alien intelligence in another star system.

What I am saying is that there exists some kind of universal consciousness that can link together the brains of carbon-based life forms, wherever they are. It exists not in outer space, but in inner space, that is inside our heads, and can be imagined like some kind of neuropsychological Internet chat room, where we appear as ourselves, and the consciousness (or ‘spirits’) of visiting entities, both terrestrial and non-terrestrial, can interface with us either in their own natural forms, or as ‘morphians,’ shape-shifters, beings that take whatever form our minds deem acceptable for the purposes of communication.

These links occur in a co-existing higher dimension that exists beyond the space-time so familiar to us, just like the avataristic identities that users assume in an Internet virtual world, And, like the Internet, it is always available to us, its ‘activation’ or ‘online facility’ occurring via our DNA under the correct circumstances, most obviously during the psychedelic experience.

Judging by the achievements of ETI-advocating drug users such as Francis Crick and Carl Sagan, we need to understand this process, which could be important to human evolution.”

These are extracts from ‘The dark between stars’ in ‘The Cygnus mystery’ by Andrew Collins.

I present this bit of lateral thinking as worthy of thought, against the prevailing background of a collective unconscious, a universal amnesia, and such like. It is also interesting to learn that some famous scientists have had psychedelic experiences; and that such experiences may provide useful insights not otherwise accessible about how humans fit into a realm beyond the immediate.

A universal consciousness is an attractive proposition, especially as Consciousness is surfacing as a major component in explaining the Cosmos and its contents.