“What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from.” – T.S. Eliot
In a Holofractographic Universe life after life is as evident as Life itself. Consciousness is an emergent phenomena of the space-time topology and thus what we call life is a continuation of experience extending beyond the bodily form. We’re all part of an endless journey that carry us beyond ever new event horizons, so what happens on that day when we do cross our own horizon into the vast unknown?
Stages of Life after Life
Near death experiences (NDEs) offers invaluable clues to the nature of existence and consciousness, and upon examining the accounts of people having gone through such experiences one often sees an interesting commonality in the use of physics words like “energy”, “space”, “frequency”, “amplitude”, “fractals”, “tunnels” and even “black holes”. The accounts often suggests subtle structure beyond what is visible via the known electromagnetic spectrum. If consciousness is a phenomenon arising from the topology of space itself, it is also reasonable to assume that coherent structure, and the experience of physics, goes on after bodily death.
Often a person having a NDE describes a very vivid state in which his consciousness seems as if amplified, often described as “an increase of frequency” or “feeling more alive than when in the body”. Their consciousness seems to merge into the surrounding space itself, enveloping buildings, people and trees. However, floating above the deceased body, what is usually first noticed is their own feeling of objectivity to what is going on. The lifeless body may lie mangled beneath, yet they remain quite untouched by it. This may reflect the natural non dual nature of consciousness, always observing, like a silent witness. The topology of space-time continues to process information like before, but now the bodily emotions no longer distort its pure nature.
People who go through an NDE are surprised by the fact that their mind seem wholly intact. They still think to themselves, often puzzeled about what just ocurred, and in fact most often the deceased (correctly) believes himself to still be alive! This often leads to confusing situations where the discarnate soul tries in vain to interact with its environment. But in the end, often through interaction with higher beings or entities, this leads to the person realizing the fact that his time has come.
Upon this realization the NDE seems to go into a different phase. Whereas the first moments most often is spent near the discarnate body or with living loved ones, this next phase seems to transport the soul into different realm altogether – beyond our own horizon. Most often the person passes through a tunnel with an alluring light in the end. Interestingly many people describe the tunnel to feel very narrow or like they’re moving extremely fast, being stretched out over a vast distance. May it be that these perceptions occur as ones own position in the cosmic fractal is changing frequency or scale through wormhole-like structures?
Anyhow, the next stages are very different from person to person. Usually various spiritual imagery is seen or one meets higher beings consulting them about the life liven. The soul often feels a sense of tremendous freedom and deep emotions of eqsquisite bliss. Some describe being taken to otherworldly planets with crystalline cities and meeting friends or relatives in their soul form. People describe places much like our world, but with radiant, iridescent colors, beautiful organic buildings and people of light. It becomes immediately apparent to the discarnate soul that we are eternal beings. Some people note that, once on the other side, their previous life seemed like an instant, and their true home in the celestial realm seems obvious. The soul is filled with joy and, intuitively understanding the purpose of bodily incarnation, it may very much desire to incarnate again.
Mellen Thomas Benedict’s Near Death Experience
Few NDE reports are as descriptive and detailed as that of Mellen Thomas Benedict. His account is of special interest in relation to the Holofractographic universe theory, as he gives detailed descriptions of geometric grids, fractal space, zero-point energy and black holes! Mellen died of cancer and was clinically dead for over an hour. His memory of his experience is vivid and his descriptions are astounding to say the least. In his near death experience he inquires into the nature of Life. He then expands into the universe and come to see it as fractal structure and even describes black holes as recyclers of energy! A remarkable story and a very exciting read… You’ll find it here: Near Death Experiences – Mellen Thomas Benedict.
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