This month, with inter-dimensional UFOs, we’re back on one of my favourite subjects; aliens and UFOs. In novel Milijun, and in upcoming Saving Paludis, the aliens have the power to utilize the additional dimensions which many humans feel are around us, even though we cannot register them. So what if aliens [or some of them] are from a close and surrounding reality? What if they are a lot closer than we think? What if they are our extra-dimensional neighbors?
If there are other [parallel] universes, as many physicists now think, it follows that there are probably other life forms occupying them. And some of them would be significantly more advanced than ourselves. So is it possible that advanced extra-dimensional races could move across dimensional boundaries, albeit fleetingly as in novel ‘Milijun’, and pay us a visit?
If so, they would be coming from a dimension outside our recognized Einsteinian space-time.
The start of the Inter-dimensional hypothesis
The development of IDH [inter-dimensional hypothesis] as an alternative to ETH [extraterrestrial hypothesis] increased in the 1970s and 1980s. The publication of books by researchers Jacques Vallée and J. Allen Hynek explained the theory. In 1975, Vallée and Hynek advocated the hypothesis in The Edge of Reality: A Progress Report on Unidentified Flying Objects and further, in Vallée’s 1979 book Messengers of Deception: UFO Contacts and Cults.
Other ufologists, such as John Ankerberg and John Weldon, also favor the inter dimensional hypothesis. They argue that UFO sightings fit in the spiritualist phenomenon.
Even some advocates of the Extraterrestrial theory have embraced some of the ideas set forth by the Inter-dimensional hypothesis. This is because it does a better job explaining how ‘aliens’ could travel in space across vast distances.
The distance between the stars makes interstellar travel impractical using conventional means. Since no one has yet demonstrated an anti-gravity engine or any other machine that would allow a traveler to move across the cosmos at speed faster than light, the Inter dimensional hypothesis makes much more sense. But this, of course, is only from where we stand.
A more reasonable hypothesis?
One advantage of IDH proffered by Hilary Evans, a British UFO researcher, is its ability to explain UFOs appearing and disappearing from sight and radar. This is explained as the UFO entering and leaving our dimensions. Moreover, Evans argues that if the other dimension is slightly more advanced than ours, or is our own future, this would explain the UFOs’ tendency to represent near future technologies.
Entering our reality
According to Dr. Lisa Galarneau: The UFOs that we regularly see are often light ships that are inter-dimensional in nature. They come from a 5D or other dimensional reality. Dimensionally speaking, 5D is right next door and certain ET groups have the ability to cross the dimensional veil into our reality.
According to Galarneau: it is also worth knowing that the entire cosmos is holographic in nature. It is indeed a matrix with many sub-matrices in existence, as well. Some of the beings exist across multiple dimensions. There aren’t just 11 or 12 dimensions, either. They number in the thousands. Also, most of the other dimensional realities experience time differently than we do. They call it ‘no time’. It doesn’t mean that things don’t progress in a linear fashion, but they are able to perceive multiple possibilities simultaneously. They then choose to train their observation on the possibilities they want to manifest. Many beings can instantly manifest within their realities (which would look like magic to us), but some manifestation requires collective effort/observation over time (as it does with us).
This is certainly a topic for further blogs, but in the meantime, here is a link to a sensible article on the matter: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/opening-strange-portals-in-physics-92901090/
On the premise that our science and understanding of the universe only gets better and increases with time [our time], IDH must be considered as a serious contender for the explanation of UFOs. Maybe many other things also. Our understanding of multiple dimensions stops at 11 or 12 at the moment. Even that is beyond the ken of most people [including me].
One thing is for sure – our universe or universes are a wonder to behold from where we stand, and that will never change. One thing stands out for me though – if there are beings visiting from adjacent dimensions, it still does not mean they do not travel across space. Indeed, it may be easier to do so in their own dimensions. The mind boggles at what our universe is really like!
Guest Author Blog: ‘The Battle is O’er’ by Laura Vosika
Shawn means self and Kleiner means centered, one of Shawn’s (many) ex-girlfriends proclaimed. So begin The Blue Bells Chronicles, a tale of time travel, mysteries and miracles, romance and redemption, in an epic adventure ranging across modern and medieval Scotland against the backdrop of Scotland’s Wars of Independence in the 1300s.
Shawn has it all—wealth, fame, women—until the night Amy, his girlfriend, has enough and abandons him in an ancient tower. He wakes up in the wrong century.
Two years in medieval times, two years of fighting beside Robert the Bruce and James Douglas, two years of living with and as his medieval twin, the devout and upright Highlander Niall Campbell, working to protect those he has come to love, and perhaps mostly, his growing friendship with Niall, whom he initially despised, all work changes in Shawn.
Throughout their adventures, he and Niall seek a way to get Shawn back across time, to fulfill his desire to ask Amy’s forgiveness and finally be the man she always saw in him—succeeding at last in the middle of a fierce battle for Niall’s home, Glenmirril, against their old enemy, the MacDougalls.
Safely back in his own time, Shawn is steadily regaining all he lost—his career as a world-traveling musician, the son he feared he would never know, and finally, maybe—even Amy’s heart.
He can’t let go of the past, however, or stop agonizing over what happened to Niall and all his beloved friends, left behind in a fight for their lives. In his search for answers, hoping to find that all ended well, he learns instead of the dangers still lurking in fourteenth century Scotland: to Niall who will pay a horrible price for Shawn’s last deed, committed in Glenmirril’s tower just moments before escaping to the safety of his own time; to his own infant son, the subject of prophecy and an ancient letter predicting a fateful battle; even danger to the whole world as Simon Beaumont, known to history as the Butcher of Berwick, seeks to use his knowledge of the future to destroy it.
In this gripping conclusion to The Blue Bells Chronicles, Shawn faces the ultimate test. His selfishness once cost him everything. His newfound selflessness may do the same.
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