There are up to 26 possible dimensions, but our universe can only support 11 that we know of as of now. So, what populates those dimensions, what kind of life forms are occupying those realms, and how do they interact with us? Well, those are the kinds of things I like to think about. One of my hobbies is esoteric philosophy, I like the big picture of the world most, and when I listen to the complaints of people who are struggling to defend the American Constitution as something deeply significant, not just in our human history but in all the dimensional realities of existence, then it’s probably time to offer some insight that might help people feel better about things. My view of the world is what it is because of my thinking about these things, and if I can help someone else understand, I’m always happy to do so. Even though the thoughts are not mainstream, the mainstream thoughts were created to keep people running on the wheels made up by institutionalism, which is why they are considered esoteric thoughts. The answers to life are never in the institutions; they are on the path where people are not looking. Otherwise, people would already know the answers because they would have found them. Don’t look for your lost car keys in a parking lot under a fixed light, especially if you lost the keys somewhere else. You will never find the answers to life if you look only where you can see easily. And that’s what every spring reminds me of. I think of the nature of life and how every crack in the face of a rock, every branch of a tree, every blade of grass shows the force of the universe trying to come into being anyway possible. But what makes humans different from the rest of life is the development of consciousness, which for our purpose here, started around 50,000 years ago in the cave paintings of Europe.
The point of life is not just to exist and yield to nature’s whims. Our purpose as human beings is to develop intellect through consciousness and to build and create with our lives. To make families, invent new things, and drive the world of materialism in all the ways the spirit world needs. One thing that is evident when dealing with shamans worldwide is that their interactions with the spirit world are a very real thing. We co-exist with agents of activity that live in parallel with us in our four-dimensional life. Based on an esoteric view of history, from 100,000 years to the present, which is just a blip on the cosmic radar, a very short time, the point of everything appears to be for the material world to develop souls that are useful to other dimensional realities for the perpetuation of existence, in forms we must graduate into. What were we before we were we? The point of life looks to be to develop consciousness and develop as an individual soul for the purposes of Heaven. Where Heaven is likely was best said by Jesus when he said, “The Kingdom of God is all around you, but men do not see it.” He meant it quite literally, but we do not have perceptual means to interact with it as we are born. We must graduate into that state, usually. Looking at it in this manner, we see humans took several swipes at a material existence with the cave paintings, then Atlantis stories around 12,000 years ago which were proven by the existence of Göbekli Tepe around that period to have had active human conduct interacting with cosmological mythologies consistent with the myths that were told to us coming out of Egypt. Of course, we had the Indus Valley, then the Greeks and Romans who attempted to form republics. They had multiple gods based on the emergence myths of humanity coming from planets like Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Venus. Looking at how nature tries to emerge in a spring rain, it’s obvious how life tried to emerge through deep space into our field of reality and to spend millions of years attempting to develop consciousness, and interactions with other dimensional realities, only to develop a material world that would expand that same spiritual existence after the shell of humanity was cast away like a crab to become a higher form of life.
What made Jesus such a special event wasn’t so much the resurrection. That was the interpretation of institutionalism which wanted to stay in power and to be that filter between esoteric thought and the conscious world of sight, smell, and hearing. Would such people trade everlasting life for a chance to boss people around for a lifetime? YES! Being in charge is more important to them than everlasting life for such people. For them, punishment, sacrifice, and a focus on death are crucial to maintaining control over all life, conscious and unconscious. What was significant about Jesus Christ was that for the first time in history, in the long road of developing civilization and writing things down to pass on to the next generation, the concept of a man being a representative of God came to be. We advanced the pronoun I into the next 2000 years, which saw the rapid development of civilization from that point on. Such a rational concept of Jesus stopped the otherwise perpetual Vico Cycle. It started mankind down the path of making America with a Constitution that defended individual rights and a nation under God for the purpose of creation, innovation, and the development of souls for the dimensional realities hungry for their birth.
America is good because it exists. After all, humans created it with the laws of history to evolve into the protection of individual rights. And for the first time in history, instead of sacrificing people to the gods, we were building souls for the betterment of other-dimensional reality. The things we made in the material world had positive impacts on the spirit world, which looks to the material world to advance it. Only by looking within as Jesus did could we see the vastness of what was out there. The greatness of Jesus wasn’t the sacrifice for our sins; it was in the development of freedom, being rid of sin, and rectifying the fall in the Garden of Eden, where the divisions kept humanity under an umbrella of punishment ever since. Finally, through the individual achievement of Christ, mankind was free to build a nation dedicated to individual freedom and the development of intellect and specific souls for their everlasting need in the Kingdom of Heaven and life beyond our four-dimensional reality. So when liberals who are those rock chucking primitives who want to be in control of your life from birth to death and to sacrifice your soul to those appeased spirits for supernatural aid, they miss the point of it all. Those same spirits need what happens in the material world to further the desire of life to expand, which they can only do with intellect built by a life of good people with good intentions for all that is needed by goodness to expand the universe and to interact positively with the multiverses that are as vast as anything that can be conceived.
Or simply put, how can we know that something is good? Well, I think of it like this. Making a pair of tennis shoes is good. Destroying them is bad. Growth, invention, and thoughtful intellect are what matter and are what is good. Sacrificing all that to the chaos of the spirit world is evil and is not what they won’t either. They need us, and they count on us to lead, just as Jesus Christ did, and humanity was made the better for it because it stabilized society into looking within for the development of the soul. Not in surrendering it to the forces that are as mindless as a blade of grass.