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From Alan Arqueza


Simulation Hypothesis and Bilocation Research Projects

10 March 2017

Have you heard of the simulation hypothesis proven by scientific research? Watch the video from Amazon from my affiliate link and I will receive 4%-8% of the sale when you rent the online video from the following link The Simulation Hypothesis 2015.

I also listened to the lecture from scientist discussing their research of the simulation hypothesis at YouTube

Remember the photon experiment changing from a particle into a wave? The photon changes to a wave when it is not observed. Conclusion: Our thoughts change reality. Therefore bilocation could be possible from our thoughts. Bilocation is the nomenclature of our self existing at two or more locations at one moment in time. This concept made me wonder how often we do this every waking moment from a dream. If we could practice how to teleport our present consciousness to any place and time we desire from the dream consciousness therefore the perfect parallel universe in which what we desire becomes our new reality within femtoseconds.

Remember the first day you were born? Our parents were 'programming' our reality the day of conception. Their beliefs of their life were from the thoughts of their previous ancestors. How can you change your reality is from the mind and our conscious programming. If you watch television entertainment or read fiction your consciousness is already being deprogrammed from your true self. You are programming your mind to momentarily receive emotions and realities temporarily from the entertainment programs. Should it be us controlling our reality not from the entertainment of corporate media channels including the Internet video sharing networks.

This intrigues me.

Published on Apr 8, 2016: American Museum Of Natural History - What may have started as a science fiction speculation—that perhaps the universe as we know it is a computer simulation—has become a serious line of theoretical and experimental investigation among physicists, astrophysicists, and philosophers.

Ⓒ 2017 Alan Arqueza