TED Conversations

Michael Williams

This conversation is closed.

Is there more to life/universe than we even care to notice?

As we go about our daily lives, we are so focused on what needs to be done the daily logistics. Taken that into consideration, on your way to work there is an epic struggle of life and death, of battles and wars, dynamic landscapes all out in nature, while we live our fairly controlled lives.

Now what if there was more than even what's outside our bubble of atmosphere, even our theoretic bubble of multiverses. Is there even more, a greater beyond. The best way I can put this, and bare with me as I'm mostly a visual thinker without a keyboard of pictures. ( found it ( thanks youtube ))

An example of thought from the movie Men in Black ( a .38 second clip )

( In this clip, you are taken from earth, through our universe, through even that, into a multiverse of another greater universe where Extraterrestrials are playing what appears to be marbles with said universes. )

Somewhat as if there is a living fractal happening throughout every aspect of known and unknown space, where exactly would the fibonacci sequence take us in any direction we think of?

With all this being said, I ask you to think about gut feelings, and the very real phenomenon that beings seem to know information before it's time of unveiling ( ESP ), and for spiritual folks, do you think the afterlife is a realm of which is measurable?

I understand this may be too far fetched for some to want to bother with, to me this is how breakthroughs take place, to take your mind and place it somewhere else to break through too.

What do you think about this topic?
Do you have any preconceived notions about this concept?


Showing single comment thread. View the full conversation.

  • thumb
    Jun 16 2013: We're not alone. Extraterrestrials are actually Extradimensionals, or, if you prefer, interdimensional travelers. They aren't travelling great distances to be here, they're simply moving from one dimension to another.

    During their frequent visits, they have revealed their presence to many in our world, those who have developed, or those who have been born with, the requisite faculty to perceive them.

    Oh, I know, this stuff is hard to believe. And you're right.
    • thumb
      Jun 16 2013: What the!??

      What do you have to support these claims?
      • thumb
        Jun 16 2013: "What do you have to support these claims?"

        Not "what," who. I have the Extradimensionals, themselves, but they aren't talking. And, too, I have those who are called abductees, but they rarely talk.

        Whitley Strieber has written about ETs in his book, "Communion," with follow-up books, and then there's the "Andreasson Affair," four books detailing Betty Andreasson's encounter with extraterrestrials.

        And there's possibly your neighbor, who may be among the many thousands who have been scooped up--sometimes a dozen or more at a time--and given irrefutable personal information of the existence of ETs, which they may have shared, if they're courageous enough, with others--friends, family, neighbors, and perhaps some on the Internet.

        ETs don't leave artifacts behind. They leave information behind, and not the kind that might be used to cure disease, but the kind which can later be verified--information that no one knew at the time, but them.

        You're right to be skeptical. I can't support these claims without those individuals who were abducted coming forth, and declaring what they did with the information they received and whether they divulged it to others.

        I suspect that the effort of these ETs is to prepare humankind for an eventual revealing of their presence, using these abductions as a prelude to an "operation show man" event.

Showing single comment thread. View the full conversation.