Thursday, March 27, 2008

Expanding our Universe, Expanding our Dimensions

This week’s blog is short. It’s meant to get you thinking and researching on your own. Now that you’re in tune with the fifth dimension, step back and view our universe with a different perspective. We can ask questions that we might not have asked before. How do angels fit into this universal view? What about the Biblical garden of Eden?

Remember an early Biblical story that encompasses both concepts. “The Lord God therefore banished him from the garden of Eden, to till the ground from which he had been taken. When he expelled the man, he settled him east of the garden of Eden; and he stationed the cherubim and the fiery revolving sword, to guard the way to the tree of life.” (Genesis 3:23-24)

For centuries, curious people have looked for the Garden of Eden. They’ve tried to determine its location. However, what if the garden doesn’t exist in this dimension? What if the Garden of Eden is a doorway to another dimension? That would explain why we haven’t found it. The Bible does not say that it no longer exists; it simply says that an angel is guarding the entrance.

So now, what about angels? Angels exist in spirit form, which means that using our new understanding of dimensions; they are not bound to any dimension, especially the third. Therefore, they may move between heaven and earth with ease.

It may explain how they help us too. What if they can see all our decisions from the fifth dimension as we talked about last week’s blog? They could potentially help us if they see the path we are on.

Even better, the existence of parallel universes would explain why God knows everything about us—what we’ve done, what we will do and what we will become. It does not take away free will, but put the stamp of approval on it! The existence of higher dimensions then makes Eden and the concept of angels a true possibility.

There’s so much to think about! What questions do you have?

5 comments:

Jan Parrish said...

Very interesting thoughts on the Garden of Eden.

So do you believe those who are able to see angels and or demons are really seeing into a different dimension?

Loretta said...

That's an interesting question. Maybe they are seeing into another dimension or maybe the angels are breaking through this dimension. Perhaps we'll talk about that next week. Flatland here we come!

Great thought.

Robbie Iobst said...

When I think of parallel universe I think of somewhere over the rainbow is another Robbie, exactly like me but maybe making different choices? Is that what you are talking about? Because on the one hand that seems like it would be cool, but on the other it takes away from the uniqueness of me and my relationship with God. I like to think there is only one of me. It's not narcissistic, it's just a foundation of seeing myself as uniquely lovable by God.

Loretta said...

I believe we are all unique. I too would be sad if there were a lot of Loretta's. I don't think that's the case.

I think that the parallel universes are the potential decisions that we could have made. Remember the coffee house story? You were sitting there sipping coffee and you made decision. The fifth dimension is just about what would or could have happened with all the other decisions.

I don't claim to understand it all, but I don't want to put my God in a box or have Him exist just in my own reality. I think there's much more.

I do think that to say that God knows everything, we'll get a taste of that when we meet Him. When your life flashes before you, or that picture show that allows you to see who you affected, and how you lived your life.

Hope that makes sense!

You are unique, Robbie, no worries!

Kay said...

I have had this idea for some time. That Heaven and Hell are not in a different place, but just on a different plane, or dimension.

The Celtics believed that the spirit world is another dimension and that there are thin places where spirits can get through or we can see through.
Not that I put any value in Celtic religion, but I do think that false things in the world have a grain of truth to them. Satan doesn't come up with stuff on his own, he takes something God made or did and changes it around.

Anyway, as Jan said, I personally think this may explain "ghosts" and other things like that.

I like this idea about the Garden, too!! That had never occurred to me.