This is the first post under the new look blog. I don’t use it as much nowadays because I’m on Facebook daily. However this will still be used for blogs too long for Facebook, or for those I feel would only be of interest to some of my Facebook friends, in which case I’ll supply a link to this site, as with this posting.
While here I will mention that there has been some controversy over recent soaps like EastEnders and Emmerdale, and also the Meryl Streep film about Margaret Thatcher entitled ‘The Iron Lady’. In all these productions characters have been seen talking to deceased persons, which are then described by reviewers as ‘hallucinations’. This is only one interpretation, another is imagination, but a third is something which happens all the time, namely, ADCs or After Death Communications. Personally, having researched the subject for many years, as have many scientists, medical people, inventors and other professional people, and had personal experience of such communications, I am glad this has now seeped into popular culture.
Both religious concepts of ‘Heaven’ and ‘Hell’ and atheist/humanist assumptions of oblivion are gradually being replaced by the idea, backed up by overwhelming evidence, that we merely pass to another dimension when our physical body dies. Indeed if, as Quantum Physics suggests, Consciousness is the fundamental reality which creates matter systems, then all conscious entities survive death. Matter systems are merely virtual realities which enable us to experience different environments/situations in order to evolve. Pearsonian science explains it as the intelligent ether (i-ther) creating these environments in order to further its own evolution, and we are all part of this process. More and more scientists are coming to similar conclusions. It is known as post-materialist science. Even materialist science acknowledges that solid matter is nothing but an elaborate illusion. The space between the sub-atomic particles of matter would enable many other dimensions to interpenetrate our own. We are usually oblivious to them because they operate on another frequency or vibration.