– Did you know that if we could access higher dimensions we could see all past, present and future events appear before our eyes simultaneously?
We could see the construction of the pyramids at Giza, the end of World War II and an important event of the future we still know nothing about. History of the past, present and future would become available to us, just like a movie.
Have you ever wondered what we would experience in higher dimensions? Many things, actually. We would have the ability to travel in time, see other universes and much more. Let’s take a journey to other higher realms, and see what awaits us there.
Try and tell a snail the world he lives in has more than two dimensions and you won’t get very far. Not only because the snail does not understand you language or your means of communications, but simply because the snail does not comprehend the concept of a three dimensional world. The snail lives in a world of one dimension of space plus time. Yes, the snail is a three-dimensional creature living in a three-dimensional world, but it’s not aware of it. The snail is only aware of one dimension at just one point in time.
The space on the ground it has already covered does not exists for him anymore because it can no longer impart sensation to him. The same applies to the ground ahead of him. They belong to his past and future and as such they exist only in time. The space above, below and to the sides of the snail will never exist in the world of this creature. This is how the snail “see” his one-dimensional world.
We, humans live in world with three spatial dimensions and the objects we interact with have height, width, and depth. According to the string theory, often called the “theory of everything,” there are more space dimensions, but the ones beyond three are effectively inaccessible.
So, what would happen if we could access those higher dimensions and what would we experience in these higher realms? At this point it gets really exciting. In another article published on MessageToEagle.com, we explained that the past present and future all exist at once.
The superstring theory, one of the leading theories today has the potential to unlock one of the biggest mysteries of the universe, namely how gravity and quantum physics fit together. The superstring theory contends that there are 10 dimensions. Nine of these dimensions are of space and one is of time.
If we could access those dimensions we could experience events from the past, present and future simultaneously!
In the fifth dimension, we would become time travelers. We could move back and forward in time. In the sixth dimension our ability to move would no longer be linear. We could see more possibilities. The fifth and sixth dimensions offer us opportunity to witness every possible permutation of what can occur in the past, present, and future.
There are many myths and legends about ancient sages, such as for example the Rishis who could see past, present and future. Were they inter dimensional beings?
The seventh dimension is intriguing if you are interested in existence of other universes. In the seventh dimension, every possibility for these other universes, operating under these new laws, becomes clear.
In the eight dimension, we could see the all possible histories and futures for each universe, branching out into infinity. In the ninth dimension, all universal laws of physics and the conditions in each universe become apparent. Finally, in the tenth dimension, we reach the point where everything becomes possible and imaginable.
String theory is very powerful and it attempts to explain the basic nature of matter and energy. It is a theory physicists use when they research hard science topics such as parallel universe, wormholes, holographic universe, extra-dimensions, time travel, the Big Bang and the end of the Universe.
Like many other physics related subject, the string theory can be difficult to understand, but one you grasp the basics, this powerful and exciting theory opens the door to new possibilities and worlds we never though could exist.