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    Default Linda Moulton Howe: Are we living in a holographic simulation?

    I wish to share this very important video.

    Linda explains what is holographic projection.
    Reviews evidence from various scientists and contactees.
    Including: Jerry Wills, Michael Talbot, Tom Campbell, David Bohm and others I forget to mention.

    The video and the material enclosed is ground breaking and belief shattering.
    Be prepared to peek into the matrix.

    Quote Linda Moulton Howe, Emmy Award-winning TV Producer and Reporter; Editor of the award-winning news website Earthfiles.com; and Investigative Reporter for Coast to Coast AM with George Noory on the iHeart Premiere Radio Networks opens up her investigations with human abductees and scientists about the possibility that our universe is Somebody Else’s computer simulation. Some people in the human abduction syndrome have reported that E.T.s describe our universe as a 3-D hologram projected from another dimension by a Super Intelligence. Quantum computer engineers and astrophysicists ask in scientific papers: “Are We Living in a Computer Simulation Universe?” On April 5, 2016, the Hayden Planetarium in New York hosted a debate on the question “Is the Universe A Simulation?” One of the panelists, James Gates, Ph.D., a theoretical physicist at the Univ. of Maryland said: “If the simulation hypothesis is valid, then we open the door to eternal life and resurrection and things that formally have been discussed in the realm of religion.” Human abductee Michael Talbot wrote in his 1992 book, The Holographic Universe, about what he learned from an alien.
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    Default Re: Linda Moulton Howe: Are we living in a holographic simulation?

    In my experience this is true. In fact, most of what constitutes civilized society was shown to be of the shabbiest and laughable construct. Nature is the only thing that doesn't lie. Also came to see many, many people really are just set props. Very strange experience.
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    Default Re: Linda Moulton Howe: Are we living in a holographic simulation?

    Quote Posted by Valerie Villars (here)
    In my experience this is true. In fact, most of what constitutes civilized society was shown to be of the shabbiest and laughable construct. Nature is the only thing that doesn't lie. Also came to see many, many people really are just set props. Very strange experience.

    Valerie, I have suspected the very same thing, the part about set props.

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    Quote Posted by Valerie Villars (here)
    In my experience this is true. In fact, most of what constitutes civilized society was shown to be of the shabbiest and laughable construct. Nature is the only thing that doesn't lie. Also came to see many, many people really are just set props. Very strange experience.

    Valerie, I have suspected the very same thing, the part about set props.
    Michael Talbot, who wrote The Holographic Universe, posited that all of Reality was holographic, interconnected, and that no "piece" of it could be separated from any other piece. He didn't write about our reality in term of a "computer simulation" being controlled by some, presumably ET, forces.

    I always think about this topic in relation to the Hindu idea of Maya, basically that physical reality is an illusion, a temporary phantasm held up by our incarnating into bodies and accepting the limitations of individual minds, all for the purpose, one supposes, of the big G learning about Itself.

    Just because our reality is some kind of simulation, doesn't mean that it's a "computer" simulation, at least in the way we conceive of that concept. And--just because this "simulation" (maya) may be controlled in some ways--doesn't mean that it's an ultimate type of control and that we're little bots running around in a grand programmer's great hard drive. I'd like to give us more cosmic credit than that.

    I do find it kinda fascinating that this topic thread appears over and over on Avalon. We're def seeing through "reality" but what is it we're seeing ?

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    Default Re: Linda Moulton Howe: Are we living in a holographic simulation?

    Quote Posted by Caliban (here)
    Quote Posted by peterpam (here)
    Quote Posted by Valerie Villars (here)
    In my experience this is true. In fact, most of what constitutes civilized society was shown to be of the shabbiest and laughable construct. Nature is the only thing that doesn't lie. Also came to see many, many people really are just set props. Very strange experience.

    Valerie, I have suspected the very same thing, the part about set props.
    Michael Talbot, who wrote The Holographic Universe, posited that all of Reality was holographic, interconnected, and that no "piece" of it could be separated from any other piece. He didn't write about our reality in term of a "computer simulation" being controlled by some, presumably ET, forces.

    I always think about this topic in relation to the Hindu idea of Maya, basically that physical reality is an illusion, a temporary phantasm held up by our incarnating into bodies and accepting the limitations of individual minds, all for the purpose, one supposes, of the big G learning about Itself.

    Just because our reality is some kind of simulation, doesn't mean that it's a "computer" simulation, at least in the way we conceive of that concept. And--just because this "simulation" (maya) may be controlled in some ways--doesn't mean that it's an ultimate type of control and that we're little bots running around in a grand programmer's great hard drive. I'd like to give us more cosmic credit than that.

    I do find it kinda fascinating that this topic thread appears over and over on Avalon. We're def seeing through "reality" but what is it we're seeing ?
    Caliban, I agree with your well thought out reply. I tend not to go into too much detail, as it's not the way I think, but the point of what I saw is that the man made constructs were laughable and unimportant compared to the big G experiencing his/her self. That mankind had gone off into ridiculous tangents led by haste and greed.

    Cathedrals were more stunningly beautiful than normal, for instance. Those had grace and majesty, but they were also man made constructs of spiritual, not materialistic, truths. Thanks for clarifying.
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    Quote Posted by peterpam (here)
    Quote Posted by Valerie Villars (here)
    In my experience this is true. In fact, most of what constitutes civilized society was shown to be of the shabbiest and laughable construct. Nature is the only thing that doesn't lie. Also came to see many, many people really are just set props. Very strange experience.

    Valerie, I have suspected the very same thing, the part about set props.
    Peterpam, that's probably because they ARE shabby compared to other things. It is what they looked like to me. Just like "The Truman Show".
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    I tend to think that this is more than a simulation. And although the multiverse is an electric haulogram, the stakes here are real enough. Death can be quite traumatic.

    If the technically advanced ETs have to run Earth as a farm (it seems to me they are), with humans being their major livestock, then, although these ETs have learned how to jump dimensions and matter and time, they have still not mastered how to sustain themselves without burdening innocent, and self-aware, victims with their 'harvesting'. As well, this ET farming of Earth and humanity shows that whoever the grand magician is of this universe, it has chosen to not halt this activity, for whatever reasons i cannot fathom (unless it doesnt give a sh#t).

    So, granted this multiverse is a haulogram (ie. all matter is static energy with tons of space between 'particles'), it is extremely difficult to figure out what is really going on here.

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    Quote Posted by Valerie Villars (here)
    Caliban, I agree with your well thought out reply. I tend not to go into too much detail, as it's not the way I think, but the point of what I saw is that the man made constructs were laughable and unimportant compared to the big G experiencing his/her self. That mankind had gone off into ridiculous tangents led by haste and greed.

    Cathedrals were more stunningly beautiful than normal, for instance. Those had grace and majesty, but they were also man made constructs of spiritual, not materialistic, truths. Thanks for clarifying.
    Valerie, not sure if you meant "haste" and greed, or hate and greed, but either one makes sense in regard to what's become of our relations with each other. Haste makes waste, right...

    But yeah, when you have those moments of profound clarity it all just seems, well, like a waste. A waste of energy, creativity, and ultimately, beauty. You ever think how much beauty goes unexpressed in the world? Things we want to say to each other but we hold back (maybe rightly so), things we want to do but that get stultified...

    Maybe this simulation theory is another way to make us seem "less than," or just worth nothing? Another way to make us feel not merely trapped, but totally futile?

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    Default Re: Linda Moulton Howe: Are we living in a holographic simulation?

    An excellent presentation.

    Two things are significant here:

    1) Linda repeats the VERY important information that Michael Talbot (the author of the seminal The Holographic Universe) was an abductee. Linda has told this story several times, now, and it deserves to be retold many times over. The importance is that according to Budd Hopkins, who had worked with Talbot and had relayed the story to Linda, Talbot had received the core thesis of his book from his abducting ETs.

    Here's the book. It's a masterwork, and I can't recommend it too highly.
    I have to say, rather horrifying to me was when Linda asked the audience (at 51:44) how many had heard about or read the book. Linda counted 25-30 people in what must have been a room of a couple hundred or more. OMG. That's a travesty.

    READ IT!! It's a paradigm changer.

    2) Linda recounts the VERY fascinating story of Jerry Wills and the Stargate of Aramu Muru.

    See this thread here for much more:
    What was valuable for me was Linda's replaying of her interview with Jerry Wills, which is from 38:40—51:40. It's the the most comprehensive account of his extraordinary experience that I've heard. (Clearly it'd been published before, but I was unaware of it. It may be behind Linda's Earthfiles.com paywall, of course.)

    There's no doubt at all that what happened to Jerry was real. (For readers who know nothing about this, Jerry actually went through the stargate. Not mentioned in this interview was that he figured he'd been away for maybe as long as 10-11 hours, but his wife, who'd seen him disappear with her own eyes, reported that he reappeared after just a few minutes.)

    Jerry Wills is impressive to listen to. And do visit the Aramu Muru thread above for more information and videos.
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    Default Re: Linda Moulton Howe: Are we living in a holographic simulation?

    David Icke stated we are living in a holographic universe long before LMH- a holograph/hologram is just simply a fractionalization/diminutized version of the original light source (among other perceived 5th-sense de-coded sources)-

    for example: why can't we see the air we breathe?

    the Talbot book is truly a seminal publication!

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    @ 43:48 Jerry Wills’ drawing triggered a recall of a recent events. Of late, I’ve been seeing a wider scope of things. When I was little and into my teenage years, it felt like I was part of a play and there was an audience watching.

    I mentioned elsewhere that a friend and I had a pack that whom ever went first we’d touch base before moving on. It’s been two weeks since he passed. He was in my dreams and in my waking thoughts for several days before I learned the news. A couple of days later, he touched base with me. A lot was covered in a short amount of time. One thing was his advise to stay the path and that I was close. At the time I thought it was based on what he sees in my auric field. I saw what he was explaining. I took it to mean growth rather than physicality.

    The auric visual was similar to Jerry’s model and what I’ve seen for the last several months. These rods were all around, only there were more of them. The angles had no pattern to them. Though, I assumed they were light beams. This house of mirror was/is endless. Fortunately, the rods have become more subtle so it doesn’t feel as congested. I figured the countless me(s) was a metaphor for aspects or parallel experiences.

    My goal is to step out of this house of mirrors (matrix). I have a feeling it’s just a matter of focused intent. But what happens is within minutes I go from wide awake into a deep sleep that often lasts for hours.

    So for now, I’ll gather the pieces and at some point they’ll fit together.


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    Default Re: Linda Moulton Howe: Are we living in a holographic simulation?

    Quote Posted by Caliban (here)
    Quote Posted by Valerie Villars (here)
    Caliban, I agree with your well thought out reply. I tend not to go into too much detail, as it's not the way I think, but the point of what I saw is that the man made constructs were laughable and unimportant compared to the big G experiencing his/her self. That mankind had gone off into ridiculous tangents led by haste and greed.

    Cathedrals were more stunningly beautiful than normal, for instance. Those had grace and majesty, but they were also man made constructs of spiritual, not materialistic, truths. Thanks for clarifying.
    Valerie, not sure if you meant "haste" and greed, or hate and greed, but either one makes sense in regard to what's become of our relations with each other. Haste makes waste, right...

    But yeah, when you have those moments of profound clarity it all just seems, well, like a waste. A waste of energy, creativity, and ultimately, beauty. You ever think how much beauty goes unexpressed in the world? Things we want to say to each other but we hold back (maybe rightly so), things we want to do but that get stultified...

    Maybe this simulation theory is another way to make us seem "less than," or just worth nothing? Another way to make us feel not merely trapped, but totally futile?
    Caliban, I actually did mean haste. I mean how much forethought or creativity or beauty goes into building a Target or a McDonald's compared to a gorgeous cathedral or a castle or a pyramid?

    I don't think it's a simulation here, as much as it is a paler copy of higher realities. As to the why we are here, there are multitudes of reasons for many purposes; some to come and help others, some to learn, some to experience as a sort of living library and the reasons are infinite. I do believe we have been hijacked and some of us are here incognito, unknown even to ourselves, so as to protect our missions.

    Ultimately, because creation goes on forever, we are here to help our brethren and give them a hand up and there are those above trying to give us a hand up. It's infinite.

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    @ 43:48 Jerry Wills’ drawing triggered a recall of a recent events. Of late, I’ve been seeing a wider scope of things. When I was little and into my teenage years, it felt like I was part of a play and there was an audience watching.

    I mentioned elsewhere that a friend and I had a pack that whom ever went first we’d touch base before moving on. It’s been two weeks since he passed. He was in my dreams and in my waking thoughts for several days before I learned the news. A couple of days later, he touched base with me. A lot was covered in a short amount of time. One thing was his advise to stay the path and that I was close. At the time I thought it was based on what he sees in my auric field. I saw what he was explaining. I took it to mean growth rather than physicality.

    The auric visual was similar to Jerry’s model and what I’ve seen for the last several months. These rods were all around, only there were more of them. The angles had no pattern to them. Though, I assumed they were light beams. This house of mirror was/is endless. Fortunately, the rods have become more subtle so it doesn’t feel as congested. I figured the countless me(s) was a metaphor for aspects or parallel experiences.

    My goal is to step out of this house of mirrors (matrix). I have a feeling it’s just a matter of focused intent. But what happens is within minutes I go from wide awake into a deep sleep that often lasts for hours.

    So for now, I’ll gather the pieces and at some point they’ll fit together.

    Running Deer, I do know when I focused intent, it propelled me into another reality and there were some pretty intense parts where I was sure I was playing a part. I just knew.

    Then of course, after a while, it went away.
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    Paula, so glad you "connected"! Ah.....the pieces!! I think I'm beginning to figure out why I never seem to "fit" in any situations I find myself in????

    It's o.k.! I'll just finish out this expanding part of my Soul Growth & move on to the next part!!

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    Quote Posted by Foxie Loxie (here)
    Paula, so glad you "connected"! Ah.....the pieces!! I think I'm beginning to figure out why I never seem to "fit" in any situations I find myself in????

    It's o.k.! I'll just finish out this expanding part of my Soul Growth & move on to the next part!!
    From one perspective, you get to create an original path for yourself.
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    Default Re: Linda Moulton Howe: Are we living in a holographic simulation?

    This is very interesting Paula. It reminds me of a "dream" which was not a dream (did not have the dream like parameters) I did after my father passed. One night, he came to get me for a trip in the desert, in a white car (similar to the one he had when i was small). We traveled on the sand for a while to arrive at a place where there were tubes by the hundreds, of different lenght, hanging from the sky. As if seeing the bars from Wills design from the inside, their endings.

    My dad was always the one wanting to explain to his chidren who would listen (me lol) the raison d'être of things and the way things work, from a mechanical point of view or from a metaphysical.

    So I knew he wanted to tell me about something and its workings. I never made the relation with the universe, the multiverse or with the wormholes or souls, until now. Interesting to say the least...

    Few months later he came sitting in a chair. I was soooo happy to see him again. He did not talk at all, nor telepatically. But I suddenly felt sooooo much love, as if every single cell in my being had been dipped in a bath of love, it was incredible. It did change my views on life.

    All there is IS love. All that remains IS love.


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    @ 43:48 Jerry Wills’ drawing triggered a recall of a recent events. Of late, I’ve been seeing a wider scope of things. When I was little and into my teenage years, it felt like I was part of a play and there was an audience watching.

    I mentioned elsewhere that a friend and I had a pack that whom ever went first we’d touch base before moving on. It’s been two weeks since he passed. He was in my dreams and in my waking thoughts for several days before I learned the news. A couple of days later, he touched base with me. A lot was covered in a short amount of time. One thing was his advise to stay the path and that I was close. At the time I thought it was based on what he sees in my auric field. I saw what he was explaining. I took it to mean growth rather than physicality.

    The auric visual was similar to Jerry’s model and what I’ve seen for the last several months. These rods were all around, only there were more of them. The angles had no pattern to them. Though, I assumed they were light beams. This house of mirror was/is endless. Fortunately, the rods have become more subtle so it doesn’t feel as congested. I figured the countless me(s) was a metaphor for aspects or parallel experiences.

    My goal is to step out of this house of mirrors (matrix). I have a feeling it’s just a matter of focused intent. But what happens is within minutes I go from wide awake into a deep sleep that often lasts for hours.

    So for now, I’ll gather the pieces and at some point they’ll fit together.

    How to let the desire of your mind become the desire of your heart - Gurdjieff

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    Default Re: Linda Moulton Howe: Are we living in a holographic simulation?

    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    Few months later he came sitting in a chair. I was soooo happy to see him again. He did not talk at all, nor telepatically. But I suddenly felt sooooo much love, as if every single cell in my being had been dipped in a bath of love, it was incredible. It did change my views on life.

    All there is IS love. All that remains IS love.
    Thank you for sharing this beautiful story.
    It remind me of the movie Contact when the heroine is making contact with another being that appears to her as her father.
    You can watch here at 1:55:55 .
    Beautiful experience and story.
    We are playing a virtual reality game, of duality. In the game of choices, align your choices with your ideals. Everything is whole, complete and perfect. Even yourself. Love is the power to change/create.

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    Default Re: Linda Moulton Howe: Are we living in a holographic simulation?

    On Jerry Wills' portal experience, it has a few of the same symptoms that are reported by people who have out of body experiences, including myself. Wills experiences falling off a cliff; with OBEs, it's described as sinking or falling into the bed or wherever one is laying down. Wills sees stars and galaxies whizzing by -- very common in OBEs. The intense pressure, well, I've only experienced it once. It was in an OBE in which I was reliving or remembering the reincarnation process. I describe it as an intense squeezing, though it was not painful.

    I read an article last year, which I lost track of, that explains some sort of computer-like device seen by people who have taken Ayahuasca. If anyone knows anything about this, please chime in. There could be some connection with what they see and the simulation theory.

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    Default Re: Linda Moulton Howe: Are we living in a holographic simulation?

    I was reading this just before noticing this post...very interesting. Deja Vu by the way.

    http://thelaymansanswerstoeverything...-a-simulation/

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    Default Re: Linda Moulton Howe: Are we living in a holographic simulation?

    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    Few months later he came sitting in a chair. I was soooo happy to see him again. He did not talk at all, nor telepatically. But I suddenly felt sooooo much love, as if every single cell in my being had been dipped in a bath of love, it was incredible. It did change my views on life.

    All there is IS love. All that remains IS love.
    Flash, I have a similar experience when my son comes to touch base. We bask in the love; no words nor inquiry needed. Every now and again, I’ll send a wave packet with this’s and that’s of current happenings and ah-has. Other times, I let him know I understand that this place was way-WAY too dense for him.

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    Quote Posted by Madeira (here)
    I was reading this just before noticing this post...very interesting. Deja Vu by the way.

    http://thelaymansanswerstoeverything...-a-simulation/
    Really enjoying this article - thanks!
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