Remember a song from the late 1960’s where the main lyric was “Everything is beautiful”? If we subtly modify this lyric into “everything is everywhere” it brings new meaning and relevance to paranormal communication such as telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, retrocognition, remote viewing and even ghosts.
In my book Aliens Above, Ghosts Below: Explorations of the Unknown, I detail the one theory that most readily and logically explains and encompasses how we’re able to perceive things non-locally in both time and space.
We all know what holograms are, right? They’re 3-D photographs made with laser light and their quite spectacular in many respects.
However, what is most interesting about holograms is that if you cut one into two, four, eight, or any number of pieces, each piece has all the information necessary to recreate the whole image because the information regarding the image is equally distributed throughout the photographic medium (no pun intended here, yet).
At the most basic level, we are all essentially biological holograms in that the genetic information that makes us us, is equally distributed throughout our multi-cellular structure. This is what makes cloning possible with many life forms.
It turns out that our brain appears to have holographic properties as well, in that memory storage and retrieval display equally distributed qualities as well.
What if consciousness works holographically as well? The one, really logical theory that incorporates informational access to the past, non-local present and the future, is one wherein the information about the past, present and future co-exist in a holographically matrixed medium (oops, there’s that pesky word again).
In more simpler terms, the pasts information still exists and the future’s information already exists, although this doesn’t necessarily mean that the events of which their comprised physically exist beyond their precise physical moment within space-time .
It’s like our brain’s are small-scale models of space-time, which enables them to seek out and access information and energy at-a-distance. In essence, all of space and time contains all the information of space and time, whether the space be in your car, your home, your bathroom or your bed.
In a way, this would render physical space-time as being somewhat illusory as it’s what we’re designed to perceive in order to functionally live within this 4-D reality we call life.
Remember in science, your theory must conform to your data, not the reverse. There is one rather unsettling aspect to this type of informational distribution in space-time, in that it strongly suggests that the future is already there and may be as immutable as the past is.
What if we discover in the course of unraveling these mysteries that we are living in a determined, ordered, predestined reality? One in which we can no more alter the future than we can the past. A disturbing thought to say the least. I mean, what’s the purpose of life if we are all but puppets on cosmic strings that are controlled by forces beyond our comprehension. My book delves into this reality problem in depth. But in the end, we cannot prove or disprove this theory at this time due to our technological ignorance. I guess that only time will tell, won’t it?