A few months ago, The Crew asked me to create a 3D model in the SketchUp program. They thought it might help explain how dimensions, densities, frequencies, parallel universes, all that stuff works together.
I’ve procrastinated on sharing it because I really wanted to make a video of it (and hopefully I will… someday), and I’d been having technical issues. However, I awoke this morning at 3:30 with a strong sense that this needs to get online.
So here is a series of images. I’ll leave it to you to absorb (and please ask questions if you like), and I’ll just share a few thoughts.
- Consider that the curvy wave-tubes represent “worlds” that operate at a particular frequency and amplitude, so to speak.
- To consider some variables in how these worlds may manifest differently, let’s look at some characteristics:
- amplitude (the height of the wave’s diagrammatic curvy tube)
- frequency (how far apart the peaks and valleys of the wave’s tube are).
- width and thickness of the curvy tube itself: is it round, flat, oval, thick, thin…
- the color of the wave
- pattern that might occur along the wave (in these diagrams, look at the fat yellow tubes and the violet tubes, for example
- Imagine that each wave also makes a particular sound…
- You could also imagine applying variations in time. What if instead of a continuous line, we’re looking at a dot that merely travels that line, and it moves through all the possible points along that path?
- Now imagine, what if these waves were sitting on a table top that was vibrating, shaking about… Or maybe the table top is following the path of yet another wave? Or a spiral?
Now that you have some idea of how complex this puzzle can get, here’s what The Crew would really like for you to consider.
- Look at how the various waves intersect.
- Some of the tubes (such as the green one), being very thin, represent a world in which beings appear within a narrow range of reality and experience. Say everyone thinks and feels the same way. So a green tube running in one direction might intersect a green tube running in another direction, and the people in those worlds might not realize that they are experiencing the meeting of two worlds.
- Some of the tubes are quite vast (such as the white/violet one), encompassing a lot of area, and even have pattern on them. This could represent a world in which some beings might be alike, and others may be very different from one another. Just the same, they all share the same time/space continuum and are aware of one another’s presence. Same as with the green-wave world: When they meet from different directions, all still seems much the same.
- What happens when two different kinds of tubes intersect, such as the green with the white/violet? It might only happen in a tiny spot, as in how tiny the green tube is, compared to the other tube. It only meets the fat tube in a little bit. That tiny intersection could represent a single person from the green tube meeting a single person from the white/violet tube. That person might tell one of his green-tube companions that the met a being from the white/violet tube. Do you think his green-tube buddies would have the same experience? What are the chances they would believe him?
- What happens if some beings in some of the world-waves can jump from one wave to another?
- Oh, like maybe in a space ship…?
- Or maybe some folks have figured out how to do it without a spaceship?
- How long do you think they could stay in another world? A nanosecond, just long enough to get caught on camera?
- Or maybe for an entire lifetime…
- What if one kind of being figured out how to appear in more than one wave at once… Even if only sometimes?
When we imagine ourselves as portable little specks, popping in and out of waves, over and over again, parts of a tremendous universe full of universes…
It starts to sound a bit like a multi-dimensional roller-coaster, eh?
Maybe it’s time to throw those hands up and enjoy the thrill… Once it’s over, we can go get back in line, try it again… Or just sit back and watch others…