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Ron Patton | December 6, 2023

When major current world events seem to repeat or rhyme with the past, perhaps the planet has been thrust into various timelines, indicative of the Higgs-Boson God Particle discovered at CERN in 2012. Are we being thrown into different time scenarios and dimensional rabbit holes like Alice in Wonderland? This also reflects the Mirror Universe theory and Quantum Entanglement. Scientists have used such a concept to explain why our universe has matter when mathematics says all of the matter should have been eradicated by its anti-matter twin as soon as it popped into existence. Furthermore, Quantum Mechanics does not rule out the possibility of an “afterlife” universe or “afterlife” dimension which includes a multiverse, a multidimensional universe, or the survival of brain function after death which is quantum immortality. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with quantum time traveler and author, Jason Quitt about UNBIRTHDAY – WAKING IN THE ALICE WONDERLAND.




A few days ago, I mentioned that I was feeling a sense of Deja vu with regard to the Pneumonia that has been spreading from China. This time however, it seems to be affecting young people, instead of old people—and it reminded me of the Mirror Universe theory, and how it plays into the idea, that perhaps the planet has somehow been thrust into various timelines, because of the instability of the Higgs Boson – ir the God particle discovered at CERN in 2012.

There are many things that we have witnessed that seem to be an example of history rhyming – but is it really rhyming or are we being thrown into different time scenarios and dimensional rabbit holes like Alice in Wonderland?

The theory that this may be happening may not be as far-fetched as you would think – we most certainly are dealing with some pretty obvious quantum entanglement.

In science fiction, characters often meet doubles of themselves and others who come from a parallel universe. One example is the original Star Trek episode titled “Mirror, Mirror,” where a malfunction in the ship’s transporter swaps crew members with their “evil” twins from a mirror universe.

Real-world scientists have used such a concept to explain why our universe has matter when mathematics says all of the matter should have been eradicated by its own anti-matter twin as soon as it popped into existence.

One of my guilty pleasures was watching the TV Series Loki. It wasn’t always the best show in the MCU– but it was yet another entry into the science fiction world dealing with many temporal dimensions and mirror universes.

I don’t know about you, but the whole many worlds theories have now made it into our science fiction stories, and it doesn’t look like it is going away anytime soon.

However, as I have said many times, lately science fiction has laid the blueprint and is fore-structuring the retro-causal timeline.

Multiverses and branching timelines are central to Loki, but they stem from the actual realms of academic research. In the real world, they’re understood with a twist: While Loki presents a world where branches of time can either be reset or spiral into chaos, scientists use these concepts to explain branching universes — a way to understand many possible outcomes caused by chance.

The science of branching timelines can be difficult to wrap your mind around mainly because most of us only see time as linear– but I am beginning to believe that dimensional mirror universes may be the answer to all of our prayers when we ask ourselves if there is an afterlife — we may need to sit down and learn that there might be a multiple. Not reincarnation, but the spirit or consciousness is always in a transitory state.

Life and death are extreme transits. Moving through a timeline til death is part of a transmission, or occupation of time — and when the mass of your existence expires, the consciousness yet again is in transit, and there is yet a mirror universe that will welcome you in.

Picture a single timeline proceeding from left to right. Now, imagine a new branch forming off the timeline — in the TV show Loki these branches are caused by “variants,” or individuals who mess with the way time works.

The show describes this concept as time branching off and forming an alternate timeline, but what if the universe itself branches off — and that with enough force can throw an entire planetary system into a new timeline or what some call a dispensation?

The idea of branching is well outlined in theoretical physics, which uses quantum mechanics — the study of subatomic quantum particles like electrons — to explain how it works.

The movement of these quantum particles is highly uncertain, leading to many different possible states or “superpositions” in which the particle can exist.

Science claims that quantum events happen all the time. There may be parallel worlds that are not far away but in a sense are right here.

If the fundamental equations of physics are what mathematicians call unitary, as they so far appear to be, then the universe keeps branching into many parallel universes.

Whenever a quantum event appears to have a random outcome, all outcomes, occur, one in each branch.

What is so mind-boggling is that there are branches that correspond to every different quantum-level chance event. all happening simultaneously faster than you can blink an eye.

But when humans measure these particles, we only see one way the particle spins or one “outcome” — the outcome that exists in our slice of the universe.

They perform by observation — and this is where it gets tricky because it is hard for the mind to fathom that when we cannot observe a universe, its outcomes may be slightly off-kilter, or perhaps a negative upheaval, where everything is a mirror opposite of what you have been observing.

These different outcomes occur as a result of branching after a quantum event, which leads to different universes or worlds.

It is argued that our individual decisions don’t create branching — rather, every single quantum event that occurs creates its own branch, spawning multiple universes with every new outcome.

While this may indicate that time travel is possible and that astral projection is possible, the difficult thing would be to do dimensional coupling, however, there is nothing that indicates that it is impossible — it is just that some scientists have a hard time with believing in it — because again that fringes on the religious believe of immortality after death or moving from dimension to dimension after the consciousness left the physical body.

Is it hard to understand that you have always existed and that you will continue to exist– but you have no recollection of the other branches that you have existed in?

The mind literally has no real history — it has always existed, or so we think.

We think things into existence, in our own timeline.

We suddenly discover the minds of long-deceased peoples, perhaps in cave art that pushes back the timelines we laboriously constructed.

We have divided and parceled them in order to create a history that satisfies intellectuals — but can we truly trust the timelines of ancient histories?

Mental capacity is not the same thing as technical competence.

Many traits of human intelligence, such as empathy, theory of mind, mourning, ritual, and the use of symbols and tools, are somewhat apparent in great apes, although they are in much less sophisticated forms than what is found in humans like the great ape language.

That is misleading, of course. Great apes — but also crows, elephants, and octopuses — show many qualities we recognize as forms of intelligence.

Some researchers spend their careers on efforts to place one or another of them on a continuum with human intelligence, as part of evolutionary theorem — but all have a part or place in the dimensional branches — it is hard to fathom that this is all some unique accident when there is so much to consider– we think but can we contemplate how many dimensional branches that are forming around us — every animal, human, plant, storm, everything that is in the chaotic soup is what determines the direction and branches that exist in a mirror existence — it is like Alice in the rabbit hole, it is always full of adventure, and surprises.

A team of researchers studying the quantum realm say they have observed an otherworldly mirror universe through the eye of a decaying monopole that is eerily reminiscent of the mirror universe written about by author Lewis Carroll in his Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

For decades, scientists have theorized how an actual magnetic monopole might decay, with the most common theory being that it would create a brief, fleeting ring-like structure that might open the door to an alternate “mirror” universe.

The mirror universe revealed by these decaying rings reminded theorists of the mirror universe in Lewis Carrol’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, where everything is the opposite of the real world. Such theoretical Alice rings have remained particularly elusive for decades.

But now, a team of researchers who have been studying the phenomenon for years say they have spotted these structures in nature for the first time ever. And as they suspected, ‘Alice rings’ may indeed be a portal to what they describe as an “otherworldly” mirror universe,

According to the press release announcing this once-in-a-career feat, the research team, which was aided by Ph.D. candidate Alina Blinova, “manipulated a gas of rubidium atoms prepared in a nonmagnetic state near absolute zero temperature.” Then, operating under these extreme conditions, the researchers were “able to create a monopole by steering a zero point of a three-dimensional magnetic field into the quantum gas.” As previously theorized, the result was a perfectly formed Alice ring.

Notably, the researchers point out that ‘Alice rings’ only last for a few milliseconds, as they are extremely fragile. This means that when a magnetic monopole is exposed to the slightest external force, it immediately decays into an Alice ring.

The Alice ring is more fragile than an eggshell — but for these split seconds, we get a glimpse into the mirror world — perhaps opening the secret to what heaven or hell might be — or maybe something that would mirror our existence, or would temporally change our existence.

Quantum immortality would go beyond a final reward of heaven or hell — the possibilities would be infinite.

The known universe is both frugal and precise in its application. It appears to use basic structures in multiple applications in order to create itself. Scientists are now interested in the structures of life and how it all applies on a quantum level and how consciousness has become the obstacle that breeds uncertainty. Especially when science is faced with the question of just what happens to consciousness after death.

We may not know exactly what consciousness is.

Is it simply a product of the brain, or is the brain itself a receiver of consciousness? If consciousness is not a product of the brain, it would mean that our physical bodies are not necessary for its continuation; that awareness can exist outside our bodies.

In 2010, one of the most respected scientists in the world, Robert Lanza, published a book titled Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe.

An expert in regenerative medicine and the scientific director of Advanced Cell Technology Company, Lanza is also very interested in quantum mechanics and astrophysics, an interest that led him on a path to developing his theory of biocentrism: the theory that life and consciousness are fundamental to understanding the nature of our reality, and that consciousness comes prior to the creation of the material universe.

His theory implies that our consciousness does not die with us, but rather moves on, and this suggests that consciousness is not a product of the brain. It is something else entirely, and modern science is only beginning to understand what that might be.

Lanza’s theory implies that if the body generates consciousness, then consciousness dies when the body dies. But if the body receives consciousness in the same way that a cable box receives satellite signals, then of course consciousness does not end at the death of the physical vehicle.

So it is intriguing to think that our souls are quantum packets of information that are infinite and that when it attaches to our biological host – it animates it. When the body or the host dies the packet of quantum data still exists like a TV or radio signal – if we have the right equipment or even another biological avatar or component – that quantum packet of data can be resurrected in a new body—in a NEW FORM.

This would also explain ghost activity. If we remove all of the paranormal and supernatural aspects of ghostly encounters, we can surmise that a packet of quantum data.

Testimonials from prominent physics researchers from institutions such as Cambridge University, Princeton University, and the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich claim that quantum mechanics predicts some version of “life after death.” They assert that a person may possess a body-soul duality that is an extension of the wave-particle duality of subatomic particles.

Wave-particle duality, a fundamental concept of quantum mechanics, proposes that elementary particles, such as photons and electrons, possess the properties of both particles and waves. These physicists claim that they can possibly extend this theory to the soul-body dichotomy. If there is a quantum code for all things, living and dead, then there is an existence after death.

Quantum mechanics does not rule out the possibility of an “afterlife” universe or “afterlife” dimension which includes a multiverse, a multidimensional universe or the survival of brain function after death which is quantum immortality.

Nikola Tesla said it best: “The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena; it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.”

There’s a reason why every year, internationally recognized scientists continue to push this commonly overlooked topic into the mainstream scientific community. The fact is, matter (protons, electrons, photons, anything that has mass) is not the only reality. If we wish to understand the nature of our reality, we cannot keep examining physical reality while ignoring the fact that the ‘unseen’ makes up most of it.

Perhaps the most imperative question is what is the role of non-physical systems, such as consciousness, in relation to physical systems or matter?

More support for the possibility of survival after death comes from the current string theory interpretation of the holographic principle of quantum physics. This principle defines our universe as existing as a hologram where all the quantum information we perceive in three dimensions is stored.

Back in Newtonian physics, we assumed that time is rigid and flows the same for every point in Space but Einstein came along and said “no” time is like a river. It can slow down and speed up and then Quantum physics takes place and says the river can split up into different branches and every branch has its own choice to choose a path.

So every time you perform motion the universe splits and makes a new baby universe.

It can be a rebirth –and it multiplies like rings when you throw a rock into a pond –and each ring overlaps.

Think of them as different universes but all in a different state.

When you travel through time, you will not reach your own past. Instead, you will reach the parallel universes where your past is going to happen. So whatever you will do, your past in your universes will not change but the future of the parallel universes will see another future.

The Quantum world and Parallel Universes are very complex and especially weird. It is a path to more infinite possibilities and hopefully a ray of hope that the life we have been given lives on and never ceases to exist



Jason Quitt is the author of Astral Genesis – Astrological Keys To The Gods, and Egyptian Postures of Power – Mysticism | Movements | Meditations. He has been teaching and lecturing on the subjects of mysticism, astral projection, meditation, and Qi Gong since 2010. Jason has been studying various energy modalities and spiritual practices since 2002. He graduated from the Institute of Energy Wellness in 2005 and has continued his study of ancient systems of mysticism, wellness, and Shamanism to this day. Jason’s website is:

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