Cosmologists studying a map of the universe, from data gathered by the Planck spacecraft, have concluded that it shows anomalies that can only have been caused by the gravitational pull of other universes. These gravitational waves point to the existence of mult-universes existing in parallel conjunction with ours. First revealed by physicist Alan Guth in 1979, the presence of gravitational waves was confirmed by radio astronomers this year who stated that the foundation of the Big Bang supports Guth’s theory of “cosmic inflation”. Inflation theory predicts that ours is just one of countless universes to emerge from the same primordial vacuum. While we currently have no way of seeing these other universes, predictions of their existence have recently been corroborated by astrophysical measurements. They are out there. And it would be foolish to think we are all alone, or the only form of human life, in this great big multi-universe.
Guth is presently the Victor Weisskopf Professor of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his findings would also support the concept that we do indeed live in a fractal universe as well. Universes within universes, holographic in nature, very much alike, but with only slight differences. It’s an expansive thought that gives you much to ponder. Does that mean there might be a parallel Earth, just like ours, in another universe? Or quite possibly each of us having a parallel life? If so, hopefully it is more peaceful Earth. An Earth which has learned to avoid wars, as well as killing its own for power. In other words, a more evolved Earth.
About 25 years ago I had a somewhat unusual nitrous oxide experience while having a root canal done at my dentist. Under the influence of gas, I saw the human race existing, like billions of cells, inside a giant human body that made up our universe. We had no idea we were inside this large body but we were all working together to keep it alive and functioning as we accomplished our work. And this large body was a small organism inside an even larger body. It was a pretty trippy dental visit, but it gets you to thinking about collective consciousness and that there has to be some greater intelligence at work.
Dr. Kathy Forti is a clinical psychologist, inventor, and author of the new book, Fractals of God. amazon.com/author/kathyforti