Thursday, July 14, 2011

Post 32

We live both our temporal and spatial lives on the surface of a giant sphere. The spacial sphere is, of course, that of the Earth, while the temporal sphere is a hypershere that exists in a higher 4th dimension. It is our task - in life - to measure the hypersphere, which up until now we hardly knew existed. Everyone, in existence, is born onto the Equatorial region of the hypersphere at 0 degrees Latitude (See diagram). From here we must travel along our individual lines of longitude - of which there are infinitely many - until we reach the pole at 90 degrees N/S. At this point, if all goes to plan, you will ascend to the Upper Realm beyond ordinary Cartesian coordinates. (The difference between arriving at magnetic North and magnetic South, is the difference between being reincarnated on Earth and ascending to the Upper Realms; respectively. Which pole you are attracted to in life, as well as in death, is dependent on your net electrical charge. Positively charged people will be attracted to the negatively charged North Pole, and negatively charged people will be attracted to the positively charged South Pole. A positive spiritual charge is accumulated by a person through good deeds, prayer/meditation, and the reading of scriptures. Negative spiritual charges are accumulated through the process of worldly living, evil deeds and lack of self-belief etc.)

Different fates lie in store for different people on the gauntlet of the hypersphere. For instance, those who die young might find themselves  dropped back down to the timesphere's equator, to begin their ascent once more. It is also possible that a person could get locked into a rotation along the degree of latitude that corresponds to their time of death. So if, for example, someone were to die at age 36, they would immediately begin to orbit around the 36 degree parallel. These trajectories exist at right angles to our realities, and thereby constitute other planes of existence i.e. the Elysium Fields, Shoel etc. This explains by what means a persons soul can live on after death.

A successful journey from equator to polar axis takes a total of about ninety years, one for each degree of latitude. Deviations from this figure are to be expected, as people naturally tend to deviate from the 'straight and narrow' line of their respective longitudes into more extraneous and frivolous activities. This accounts for some people arriving at their polar destinations too late; and in some cases not at all. Each step along the path is measured by a single heart beat, which is simply one contraction of the chrometid  (See previous post; 31), a minuteworm, a four dimensional caterpillar. When we reach the poles we can begin our metamorphosis into a 5th Dimensional butterfly (also known as an angel). 

Whether or not you accept this information is entirely up to you. But, nevertheless, you can have fun trying to figure out your current coordinates on the timesphere are. To do this all you need to know is your age down to the present day, and your unique geographic coordinates, wherever you might be, as supplied by Google Maps.
So lets say I am 28 years, 3 months and 14 days old. That is roughly equivalent to 28 degrees and 17 minutes of arc. These are your age coordinates on the timesphere. 
Next take your geographic coordinates; lets say these are 51 degrees 45 mins Lat. by 10 degrees 10 mins Longitude. You can convert them into your timesphere coordinates through the simple process of addition.
   51' 45
 +10' 10 
  61' 55
So, our proposed timesphere coordinates are 28 degree and 17 minutes Lat. by 61 degrees and 55 mins Long. Now when we key in this data back into Google Maps we get a relative fix on our temporal coordinates on Earth, which - in this case - appears to be close to Persia and Pakistan. From this information you can get a feel of where you are in your life, and what dangers or benefits you might encounter.
Another simple exercise that you can do is to take your age coordinates (in my case 28 degrees 17 min Lat) and trace its path around the globe to see what areas or points of interest it traverses. So for example I can easily see that my age coordinates traverse the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt and Mexico; two countries with a very potent history. So from this I can deduce that the next few months and years of my life are going to be very interesting indeed, full of evolutionary opportunities and self-discovery. Why don't you give it a try now?

Genealogical information from the Book of Genesis tells us that people used to live on average 900 years or more. If we were to accept this information at face value, it would mean that people at that time were capable of making more than two circumnavigations of the timesphere in their lifetime. Despite this being some feat in itself, it appears to have had no lasting impact, because - obviously - we are still here. 

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