October 2016 --There is mounting evidence that we exist in a simulation/hologram/illusion. Some people understand the concept while others are sorting out scientific research mixed with personal experiences. People are "getting it" even if they are poking fun at the concept. It all goes to one's DNA programming.
Is reality a multi-faceted dream as some believe?
Wednesday October 5, 2016
In my wake-up dream I was asking ... "How much time is left in the hologram?" I was shown a pocket watch without a cover that was folded upward and in half - the fold line from 9->3. [9=endings 3=3D or physical reality]. The message ... time is folding in. The image above represents space and time folding in creating a wormhole - though not sure it applies to my dream. ... Wow! As I'm writing this my crown chakra is opening which for me signals a truth.
Stephen Colbert joked about this article on his show, just as Jon Stewart did when I was a guest on his show September 2005 when the two men worked together at Comedy Central.
Tech billionaires convinced we live in the matrix I secretly funding scientists to help break us out of it Independent.co.uk - October 6, 2016
Some of the world's richest and most powerful people are convinced that we are living in a computer simulation and now they're trying to do something about it. At least two of Silicon Valley's tech billionaires are pouring money into efforts to break humans out of the simulation.
Bank of America: There's a 20%-50% chance we're inside the matrix and reality is just a simulation Business Insider - October 5, 2016
The thing is: We'd never know it anyway. In a note to clients, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said there's a 20%-50% chance that we're living in the matrix - meaning that the world we experience as "real" is actually just a simulation. The firm cites comments from Elon Musk, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Nick Bostrom's seminal paper on the issue as the basis for its 20%-50% view.
Monday October 3, 2016 ... give or take
The premiere of the new TV series "Timeless" is another example of what happens when you travel back in time to fix things believing you won't changed the future. They say that tampering with time lines (grids) changes everything as was depicted at the end of the episode when Abigail Spencer's character Lucy returns home to discover her mother is no longer dying and the sister she remembers doesn't exist.
We've seen this theme in many films and TV series including my favorites Fringe and Stargate SG1 in an episode Moebius 2 as the main characters travel back in time and believe they had made positive change with nothing happening from their point of origin - which was not actually the case. The episode ends with the SG-1 team at O'Neill's cabin fishing except there are now fish in Jack's pond when throughout the series they joked about him fishing in a pong with no fish.
Tuesday October 4, 2016 ... give or take
While running errands, I stopped at a red light on a cloudy day with no threat of rain. As I sat there, a woman walked in front of my car carrying an opened umbrella, totally out of place with the other pedestrians. She reminded me of the woman in the Charlie Chaplin film The Circus who some believe is a time traveler as she appears to be carrying a cell phone ... out of time ... out of phase.
Was my umbrella lady in another reality? No. She's one of many people who pass us by these days as we think ... the world is going crazy.
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