“Now that you have a sense about how spherical perception works, let’s add in the second part of the new perceptual geometry—holographic perception. … Remember that any part of a hologram reveals the totality. The microcosm perfectly symbolizes the macrocosm, or to paraphrase an old metaphysical truth: ‘As below, so above.’ As your spherical field of consciousness-and-energy expands and contracts, you learn to see how any focus—any reality—no matter how tiny, acts as a hologram. And you experience how the universe itself is the superhologram. … Your sphere contains the whole of the universal mind and unified field. With spherical-holographic perception you don’t have to go anywhere to know everything; its all enfolded—encoded–in your heart center and in every center in your body.” ~Penney Peirce
Scientists dream and plan to one day travel at the speed of light, or possibly faster. Some have even speculated about the ability to travel backwards and forwards in time, though few take such ideas seriously. Of course, time travel is a favorite of science fiction writers as it presents such interesting idea of paradox as going back in time, falling in love with a young woman, getting her pregnant, then returning to the present to discover you have become your own grandfather! It isn’t clear if such a thing could actually happen, but writers have a great deal of fun speculating about it (I, myself started writing a time travel novel a few years ago, but never finished it).
Just think about how wonderful it will be when we all can truly function with spherical and holographic perception. We would not have to speculate about when the pyramids were built, by who, and for what purpose; we would simply know. No doubts at all. We would know why the Nazca Lines were made, what Stonehenge was really used for, why ships and planes sometimes disappear in the Bermuda Triangle, etc. We would know if the planet Venus really did enter our solar system as a comet as Velikovsky suggested. We would quickly end all nonsense from von Daniken and similar speculators claiming aliens must have created, or at least influenced, all the great accomplishments of the great civilizations of the past because humans are just too stupid and lazy to have done it. Of course, if everyone knew what really happened, the world of fiction writing and speculative movies would be over, but I can live with that. Continue reading “The Universal Hologram”