Implications of the Many Interacting Worlds Model of the Multiverse for Our Ideas about Human Personality Structure, Channeling, and Creativity
The Many Interacting Worlds model (MIW) suggests that all quantum phenomena are the outcomes of interacting parallel realities within a larger multiverse. While Hugh Everett’s Many Worlds Interpretation (MWI) does not allow for different world’s branches to interact, MIW starts from the idea that a near infinite number of parallel worlds already exist, interact very slightly, and produce what appear to be quantum wave mechanics in our world. What we perceive as quantum entanglement and particle/wave duality are the result of interference patterns produced by interacting parallel realities. MIW computer simulations show that a minimum of 41 repulsive parallel realities per electron are sufficient to create many quantum phenomena observed in our world.
Thus, the MIW model also implies that, what would appear as personality disorders, mental disturbances, or even some inexplicable “paranormal” phenomena, could actually be expected localized outcomes of the dynamics of such a multiverse structure. In this model macroscopic, seemingly non-local “action at distance” might be the result of local multiverse dynamics. We would also expect that a small proportion of the human population would experience such interactions. These individuals could be recognized for their creativity and problem solving abilities. In other people, this would be diagnosed as multiple personalities, now known as Disassociate Identity Disorder (DID). A specific aspect of this is the activity known as channeling along with the sometimes extreme physiological changes that accompany individuals in the channeling state such as changes in eyesight, heart rate, or brain-wave frequency. Similarly, the different personalities associated with someone diagnosed with DID often have specific allergies or diseases. However, the underlying principles would be the same for all these phenomena: coherent, resonant interactions with parallel realities.
Bio: Dr. Simeon Hein has a Ph.D. in sociology and is director of the non-profit Institute for Resonance (InstituteforResonance.org) located in Boulder, Colorado where he teaches resonant viewing and leads crop circle tours in the UK. He most recent book is Black Swan Ghosts: A sociologist encounters witnesses to unexplained aerial craft, their occupants, and other elements of the multiverse.
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Published on December 18, 2018