Terrified woman wakes up in alternate Universe, Ours!
01-05-2012, 07:44 AM, (This post was last modified: 01-05-2012, 07:49 AM by zack231.)
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This is one interesting story that is spreading around the internet at the moment. Funnily enough I was actually thinking about the possibility of this a few nights ago...


Quote:What started as an ordinary day—waking in bed one morning—evolved into a series of fearful shocks and haunting horror for a desperate woman lost in an alien world: our world.
As Lerina García left her bed she noticed the sheets and bedclothes were strange. She didn't recognize them. Still shaking off the last vestiges of sleep, however, she simply shrugged away the eerie discovery and began her morning routine.
Everything most precious to her was gone
But García would soon learn that once she'd left that slightly alien bed she entered another reality. Her life, her past—everything most precious to her—was gone.
As she went through the routines of her first day in another universe she noticed small incongruities: things out of place, items missing or items she hadn't purchased.

How many of you are there? Perhaps an infinite number
As she later wrote on the Internet seeking someone to offer an explanation for her nightmarish dilemma and maybe offering help: "One day I woke up and found that everything was different—nothing spectacular or having to do with time travel and such things. I simply woke up in the same year and day on which I went to bed, but many things were different. They were small things, but sufficiently important to know that there was a point at which everything was different."
Lerina's writings on the Internet relating her story are recounted in the Spanish language site revistadigitalavalon. The English translation is here.
Not everything was small. Although her car seemed the same and she still worked at the same company she had for 20 years, in the same building, she was shocked to learn her department no longer listed her. Her office was now in another department in a completely different part of the building.

There may be inifinite Earths being infinitely created
As the level of strangeness escalated, she dealt with her hesitancy and surprise by telling co-workers she wasn't feeling well. She shares her first day on an alien Earth:
“Four months ago I awoke on a normal morning. I was in my rented home where I’d been living for seven years. Everything was the same, except that my bed linen was different, and I paid no attention at the time.
"So I went to work in my car, which was parked where I’d always parked, and it was the same office I’d worked in for the last 20 years. But when I got to my department, it wasn’t my department. It has names on the door and mine wasn’t on it. I thought I was on the wrong floor, but no, it was my own floor. I went over to the office’s wireless section and looked myself up. I still worked there, but in another department, reporting to a superior I didn’t even know.
"So I went to the department indicated in the directory, said I was feeling ill, and left. All the contents of my handbag were the same: my credit cards, my ID, everything, but I didn’t recall having changed departments at any time.
"I went to the doctor and underwent drug and alcohol testing…all clean.
"I returned to work the next day and was able to make my way by asking questions and saying that I wasn’t feeling well."

Through a glass darkly: universes are not identical
Lover disappears, old beau remains
“I’ve been separated from my partner of seven years for some six months. We broke up and I started a relationship with a fellow from my neighborhood. I know him perfectly well, having been with him for four months. I know his name, surname, address, where he works, his son from another relationship, and where he studies.
"Well, that fellow no longer exists. He appeared to have existed before my 'jump' but there is no trace of him now.
"I’ve hired a detective to find him and he does not exist.
"I’ve visited a psychiatrist and its all been put down to stress. He thinks they’re hallucinations, but I know this isn’t the case. My former boyfriend is with me as though nothing had happened—apparently we never broke it off [in this world]—and Agustín (my current boyfriend) appears to have never existed. He doesn’t live in the apartment he used to live at and I cannot find his son.

The multiverse is an architecture of puzzles and paradoxes
"I swear to you that it's true and that I’m very sane. My own family doesn’t remember things like surgery performed on my sister’s shoulder a few months ago: she says she's never been operated on. Small things to that effect."
Yes, just small things. Things like a different job, a loved one that's vanished forever, and another life in another universe that can never be returned to again.

Hall of mirrors: we all may exist on a trillion worlds
A plaintive plea
As can be imagined, Lerina's traumatic life on this new Earth with a boyfriend she'd broken up with in the other world is causing her bouts of stress and depression. She ends her story with a plea for help:
"Please, if someone has had a similar experience, please contact me to see what may have happened.
"I cannot find any pathology that matches my experience. For five months I’ve been reading all of the theories I’ve come across and am convinced that it has been a jump between planes or something, a decision or action taken that has caused things to change.

In 'The Twilight Zone' a woman confronts her multiverse double
"What upsets me is that that I’m in the same year, not in a different time, and I’m exactly the same. Let me explain: it’s as though I had lost my memory five months ago and woke up having dreamed those five months, with the exception that everyone remembers me during that time, and I’ve done things that I’m not aware of having done.
"Has anyone had a similar experience? Pranksters and people with a grasp on 'the truth' can refrain from commenting. This is very serious to me. Thank you — Luz.”
Could Lerina—a highly educated woman—be simply hallucinating everything? Perhaps she is suffering from a form of rare spatial time-related mental illness?
Perhaps not, for she's not alone in her experience.

A man from another reality shows up in Tokyo's airport
An impossible visitor arrives in Tokyo
A curious incident took place in Tokyo, Japan during the early 1990s: a man arrived on a flight with a passport from a non-existent country.
The man expressed anger and shock when Japanese customs officials detained him. Although the officials checked their records carefully, the passport had been issued by a country that did not exist. No record showed the country had ever existed.
Although passports exist issued by non-existent countries (known as camouflage passports), this passport was real and had custom officials' stamps on various pages including stamps by Japanese customs officials from previous visits.
The man was well-traveled, caucasian, said the country was in Europe and had existed for almost 1,000 years. He carried legal currency from several European countries, an international drivers license and spoke several languages.
Finally, indignant, he demanded a meeting with higher government authorities. He was convinced some massive practical joke was being played on him.

Once transported you may never return home
After being detained for almost 14 hours in a small security room at the airport terminal, some government officials took pity on him and transported him to a hotel. They ordered the mystery visitor to wait there until they decided what to do about the matter. From the reports, the Japanese were just as confused and flustered as the mysterious man without a country.
Although two immigration officials were posted with instructions not to permit the man to leave his room, the next morning the guards discovered he was gone. The only exit was the door they watched and the only window had no outside ledge and was 15 stories above a busy downtown street.
The authorities launched an intensive manhunt throughout Tokyo for the mysterious traveler, but finally gave up the hunt.
The man was never seen again.

Other universes are all around us; we can't see or touch them
The professor's drive into oblivion
Inexplicata relates a story that is like Lerina's, except from the opposite point of view.
The original account was written by journalist Segundo Peña and published in one of Venezuela’s biggest newspapers, El Tiempo.
Peña relates a strange tale that smacks heavily of a multiverse shift. The incident occurred on the campus of ULA (the University of the Andes) and involved a well-known faculty member.
This is what happened in full daylight, according to dozens of witnesses: the professor left one of the university's buildings, crossed a parking lot to his parked car, and entered it. Many saw him as he walked to his car, some even called out to him and waved.
The professor opened his car door, climbed in, sat down, and closed the door. The car sat there unmoving. Eventually, a few curious students went to the car and found it empty.
The professor had vanished, presumably for good, as the incident occurred more than 40 years ago.

Reality may be more tenuous than imagined
Can such things be explained?
There is no orthodox scientific explanation for any of the incidents described, unless one looks at the leading edge of scientific speculation.
Exploring that dimly lit boundary between knowledge and myth—between the known and the unknown—the answer may be found.
People who appear and disappear may not be snatched up by rogue ripples of time, but by anomalies in the fabric of the shifting, living multiverse.
Some quantum physicists theorize that existence is populated by infinite universes infinitely created. Each universe is like an infinite bubble birthing new universes—new limitless bubbles. Time does not exist. Instead everything is an eternity of now.
In the world of the quanta—which encompases all that is—the multiverses are vibrating at different rates and some parallel worlds literally overlap ours.
Physicists also have had glimpses into these other realties during experiments where sub-atomic particles have winked out of existence and then reappeared. Whether they're jumping dimensions, or actually traveling between multiverses, no one knows.

Some 'Earths' may not have a moon
Finally, quantum theory and string theory recognize a symbiotic relationship between cognitive awareness and the universe. In essence, a universe cannot really exist unless a mind perceives it. The mind influences the quanta and the quanta influences (perhaps even programs) the mind. It's a two way street.
So now what would happen if that quantum link between the quantum universe and the quantum mind were broken—even briefly?
Would the person become like a ship that lost its anchor—in this case an anchor to the universe? Could a person slip from this reality into one right "next door" to our universe? If so, would there be an exchange trading one version of a person for another, sort of a universal-multiverse swap? Or, as in the case of the hapless lost professor, would a person simply vanish with no counterweight replacing him or her from an adjoining reality?
Time would be unaffected, and the two parallel universes would be so symmetrical that only minor things may be different.
Yes, minor things like a lover that no longer exists or a sister who never had surgery…

Source:

http://beforeitsnews.com/story/1575/265/Terrified_Woman_From_Another_Universe_Wakes_Up_Here.html

So what are peoples thoughts? I for one believe it is entirely possible and was actually thinking about it a few nights before this story. Think about it both Ra and quantum physics tells us that there is an infinite number of
universes, meaning there are an infinite number of earths and an infinite number of the "Self".. The physical universe being an illusion, created from vibration, experiencing itself infintively... When you think about the Universe being one being and the infinite number of Universe being part of the one being experiencing it self, this story seems possible.. Perhaps her consciousness somehow skipped into another vibration, thus waking up in our universe.. After all there are an infinite number all around us, we are just one of an infinite number of one eternal vibration!

It is a scary thought though.. Hope it does not happen to me tomorrow morning..SadSad


Anyone ever seen the movie the butterfly effect? like that sort of lol
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01-05-2012, 08:17 AM,
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I was trapped in an alternate universe for about 4 hours one time. It was one of the strangest experiences of my life.
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01-05-2012, 09:09 AM, (This post was last modified: 01-05-2012, 09:10 AM by drifting pages.)
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when i had my OBEs last year in one of them i was traveling between globes of possibilities.

There was a mass of globes with thousands and thousands grouped and they met to a center and then there was another pole of globes in the other side. ( i felt i was in the generally positive side)

I could briefly see the experiences in each globes

I experienced myself as shifting between them it felt to me like a game with many paths then i noticed it was pointless and decided that i needed to be the Real me ( as in who i truly am, as in consciousnesses, as in I AM)

after that everything shifted and i saw other visions.

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01-05-2012, 10:11 AM,
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that's so cool.
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01-05-2012, 10:42 AM,
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Happens to me about once or twice a year. More often lately.

EDIT:

To clarify, by my count, this is my 7th or 8th.

Time during which I have conciously averted the end of a singular timeline.

that is.

Go to bed in one place, wake up in another.

Or more real.

Walk down a street and know for certain that walking down this path would result in your death. And you conciously go around it by doing what You "feel in your gut" will cause this to go better.

It is called moving from the 3rd to the 4th dimension. Far as I can tell. Choose wisely where you want to move. Do you value you rown soul and make up you rown minds and choose the timeline you feel is best. Or do you seek to serve the vision presented you from the outside.
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01-05-2012, 11:43 AM, (This post was last modified: 01-05-2012, 11:46 AM by Oceania.)
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so people disappear from your life?
i wouldn't know cuz my memory is so fuzzy. sometimes discrepancies arise. i chalk it up to being demented.
altho that only pertains to little things. i'd be upset if my hubby or bf went missing. <3
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01-05-2012, 02:27 PM,
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Oh wow oh wow oh WOW! I absolutely believe it! My husband and I have had the experience of jumping timelines, where little things were different, but little, teeny tiny things, like small objects, and intangible things, like attitudes, and news headlines suddenly changing. Nothing of this magnitude!

I think we're going to see a lot more of this.

I haven't read the whole thing yet but can't wait to do that. Did she say if something triggered this shift? Like a major spiritual realization or something like that?
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01-05-2012, 02:43 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-05-2012, 02:46 PM by IndigoGeminiWolf.)
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I get false memories sometimes. Things that I have to remember, did that really happen? It's like I remember doing something, but then there's the nagging feeling that it wasn't real. It stops me in my tracks when these memories come up.

I've even seen words I'm reading change from one blink to the next.
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01-05-2012, 02:52 PM,
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i wish i could erase half my lfe.
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01-05-2012, 02:55 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-05-2012, 02:57 PM by drifting pages.)
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This remembers me.
Abortion, so in one universe the baby died and in another you didn't abort or you thought of it but didn't or you did it but it failed for some reason.

Or let's say i died but then choose to wake up in a slight different timeline where i did not die, maybe with some weird dream of my death or no memory at all.

I think that happens all the time, you only leave this type of game when you are ready for something else. ( as in different focus or state of being etc)

Our reality is not set in stone it just looks like it otherwise the illusion would dissolve to easily.

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01-05-2012, 02:55 PM,
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I remember reading about the Tokyo guy in the news.
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01-05-2012, 04:01 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-05-2012, 04:03 PM by yossarian.)
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Last night I was having visions of infinite parallel realities. But the primary message was about how a single causal timeline of physical events still lends itself to an infinite number of interpretations. I viewed the more negative timelines, they were stuff where the illuminati reign with blood and terror. I viewed the positive timeline and humanity celebrated as benevolent enlightened kings (the same illuminati) ushered in a beautiful high tech Star Trek style future. Human suffering was due to unavoidable tragedy and the enlightened world worked together to end it (but had not yet ended it). In the negative reality, human suffering was due to evil rulers of the world. Same physical events, wildly different interpretations.


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01-05-2012, 04:10 PM,
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(01-05-2012, 11:43 AM)Oceania Wrote:  i wouldn't know cuz my memory is so fuzzy. sometimes discrepancies arise. i chalk it up to being demented.

I feel like this sometimes too! I have a bad memory, so if I ask someone if we talked about a certain subject, they say they dont remember, and its generally accepted I was the one with the faulty memory. But in the past 6 months, I have been trying to "work" on my memory getting better, which it has significantly.

Sometimes my friends will bring up sort of weird things like random youtube videos to illustrate a point. Months later, (at least 6), I started re-stumbling on things they had said that I had forgotten to follow up with/research in a completely different fashion! One example is an Alan Watts video about Prickles and Goo, which Im almost sure one of my friends showed us, along with our mutual friend's wife(we will call here "Cheryl" for the purpose of anonymity). She freaked out and took her kid out of the room as soon as she saw who the video was by(if I recall correctly). It turns out at her church, the (religious-guy title) was warning the whole church that Alan Watts is (insert outlandish claim like he was a satan worshiper or anarchist or something). My friend and then me very quickly were like "Cheryl, this looks really really really really bad for... (we were all thinking your church/religion) because this video was totally benign, and she got all defensive of course.

Only a week or two ago I asked my friend about Alan Watts, and he disavowed all knowledge of him. I am confused.... I either made up some kind of fabrication of someone who I had never heard of before I found him linked to an esoteric collection that was related to the Ra Material in some way. I either dreamt it (alternate universe? the future? {I have dreamt the future but only when under 10 years old the last clear time})... or I have no idea really where I got it otherwise.
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01-06-2012, 12:58 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-06-2012, 01:22 PM by IndigoGeminiWolf.)
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Just over a year ago I had the experience of traveling through what seemed like a Sliders style wormhole, into this Universe.





It doesn't seem like much has changed, although this universe feels a bit more eventful and synchronistic. There wasn't any sound to my experience. It happened when I let myself begin to fall asleep. I was snapped awake in the experience. Lasted maybe 10 seconds for me.

I was carrying a lot of spiritual mass, and it was difficult to fall asleep. Had to let go completely, and then when I just barely lost consciousness, the gateway was opened, and voom I went through it. After building a lot of spiritual mass, I gave myself completely over to Creator and let myself go. Then this opened the wormhole.

There weren't nearly as many turns in the wormhole of my experience as there are in this video. And it was pretty silent from what I remember. My memory is a bit fuzzy of life before that wormhole. There was a sensation of movement as I recall.
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01-06-2012, 03:21 PM,
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(01-05-2012, 02:55 PM)drifting pages Wrote:  This remembers me.
Abortion, so in one universe the baby died and in another you didn't abort or you thought of it but didn't or you did it but it failed for some reason.

Or let's say i died but then choose to wake up in a slight different timeline where i did not die, maybe with some weird dream of my death or no memory at all.

I think that happens all the time, you only leave this type of game when you are ready for something else. ( as in different focus or state of being etc)

Our reality is not set in stone it just looks like it otherwise the illusion would dissolve to easily.

Interesting ideas. And what about our dreamtime? Many believe that those are actual realities that we visit when we sleep.

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01-06-2012, 04:25 PM,
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I'm one of them; dreams are no less real that the 'waking state'.

Explore astral projection and lucid dreaming and it will change one's ideas forever (plus it's great fun!) :¬)
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01-06-2012, 10:15 PM,
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(01-06-2012, 04:25 PM)Namaste Wrote:  I'm one of them; dreams are no less real that the 'waking state'.

Explore astral projection and lucid dreaming and it will change one's ideas forever (plus it's great fun!) :¬)

It is very important for us to realize that the realities in Dreamtime are every bit as real as the reality of "waking". In fact our survival and success as a species depend upon this.
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01-07-2012, 05:49 AM, (This post was last modified: 01-07-2012, 05:52 AM by Oceania.)
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i've sort of dreamt the future too, as a kid.
(01-05-2012, 02:55 PM)drifting pages Wrote:  This remembers me.
Abortion, so in one universe the baby died and in another you didn't abort or you thought of it but didn't or you did it but it failed for some reason.

Or let's say i died but then choose to wake up in a slight different timeline where i did not die, maybe with some weird dream of my death or no memory at all.

I think that happens all the time, you only leave this type of game when you are ready for something else. ( as in different focus or state of being etc)

Our reality is not set in stone it just looks like it otherwise the illusion would dissolve to easily.

oh oh i know a movie that happens in, sort of.
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01-07-2012, 11:50 PM,
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What happened was that the woman was moved by her higher self in the complex, though the mind was unaware of it and obviously disturbed. Please see my post here for further explanation on the complex.
I would request for all of those reading my words, please guard well your thoughts. If my words resonate, then by all means take them and use them as you can. If they do not resonate, please let them fall away like water does from a ducks back, and move on. Love/Light, Adonai.
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