Archive for October, 2008

Life, Death, Time Travel, and Parallel Universes

(I’m half asleep and just rambling nonsense.  Don’t take any of this seriously.)

Life, Living, Death—Are They Just Illusions?

I have been reading a lot about the theories of quantum consciousness and quantum immortality.  Now I’m no scientist, and I know that many mainstream scientists consider such topics to be “metaphysics” and “woo”, but I do find it all fascinating in a strange way.  I’ve always pretty much believed in reincarnation, but I do wonder if there really is more to it all.

What if our consciousness DOES operate on quantum levels, instead of just being a product of the brain in our one, physical body?  What if when we “die” in this dimension/Universe, our thoughts and dreams automatically transfer over to another copy of “us” in a parallel Universe similar to this one?  As far as we know, we’d always have existed in that dimension.  Would this mean we are not able to subjectively experience our own death each time we die, since we keep on existing in a parallel world?  Of course, our family and loved ones in the dimension where the copy of ourselves “died” would truly believe us to be dead from their own point of view, but from our own, we’re still alive in another dimension.  Thus, if there are an infinite amount of Universes, we’d never really die for good (from our own point of view), would we?

Of course that still doesn’t explain why our bodies age.  This is part of the theory that makes no sense at all, I think.  If we die of old age in a hospice bed in one dimension, does that mean we end up right back in a bed at an old age in another dimension?  Who would ever want that!?  The only way this could be explained is if after dying of old age in one dimension, we’d go right back to being our child self in another dimension, and the whole process would start over again.  Could this perhaps be why many who are close to death act as if they’re speaking to other relatives or loved ones who have already passed on?  It is said that our deceased loved ones come to be with us as we’re close to death ourselves.  But is it the other way around?

Could it be that while on the deathbed, the dying person is actually experiencing a transition to an alternate Universe where those loved ones are still alive?  If the dying person was happiest during a certain time in his or her life, could he or she end up in a parallel Universe where the “copy” of his or herself is still experiencing that time of happiness?  Perhaps that also could explain why many on their deathbeds finally seem at peace while passing, they’re being “absorbed” into a parallel Universe where all is well and always has been.  The only way they would ever know that they were once old and/or ill and dying in another dimension would be if their other copy “dreamt” about it.  So whenever we dream that we die, does it mean another version of ourselves actually did die in a parallel Universe?

Like I said, this article represents my own strange ponderings.  This is all nothing more than me asking, “what if?”  Personally I believe in reincarnation, in some form anyway.  Whether we end up as a different person each time in the same world, or the same person each time in a different world, I have no idea.  Perhaps it could be both, if there truly are an infinite amount of opportunities and dimensions, then I suppose any and every outcome could be possible.  Of course, the most logical explanation is that we simply cease to exist at all when we die—body and mind.  No matter what happens to us when we die (if anything), we should still treat each moment in our lives as sacred.

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Love Spells

Love Spells

Love spells can be cast for a variety of reasons, including a desire to meet your soul mate, reuniting with a former lover, or spicing a current relationship up.  Love spells are very controversial, and some people even believe them to be unethical.  It’s often believed that casting a love spell on a specific person would be a way of forcing your will upon him or her, going against fate, and in the long run, causing you bad karma.

Of course everyone has their own opinion on the matter, and while I do advise to use caution if you ever want to attempt a love spell, you should always follow your heart.  To be honest, I have seen a lot of bad karma resulting from a specific person having a love spell cast upon him or her, but I have also seen success.  We each have our own experiences that we must learn from.  And while I recommend only doing general love spells for the purpose of attracting a soul mate instead of trying to make a specific person fall in love with you, if your mind is already set on the latter, then go for it.  If you think that any possible consequence(s) will be worth it, then nothing I can say will stop you.

So how can you do a love spell?  Love spells work best when they come from the heart.  But if you’re not confident with your own spellcasting abilities at this point in time, then here is a powerful love spell that you can try.  You’ll need:

•    One large pink candle and four mini red candles.  Place the pink candle in the middle of your alter, table, or floor (just don’t knock it over!).  Place the red mini candles into each corner of the room—one in each quarter.


•    Light some vanilla incense and place it near a window.


•    Take some rose petals and throw them all around the room.


•    Dress all in white clothing.


•    You’ll also need an athame or a sword (be careful with them!)

This love spell, as with all love spells, are best cast on the Friday nights of either a full moon or a new moon.

After getting everything prepared to conduct a love spell, make sure you either call on the four watchtowers or perform the LBRP.  If you have no idea how to do either, then I recommend you not to cast any spell whatsoever, let alone love spells.

Once you made all of the pre-spell preparations, sit in the middle of the room in front of the pink candle.  Spend a few minutes meditating.  Once you begin to feel some energy surrounding you, began chanting this mantra over and over again: “I call upon the powers of love and passion, Please come from above in a timely fashion.  I shall have the man/woman I desire, deliver him/her to me through earth, water, air, and fire.”

After a few minutes of chanting this, stand up and grab your sword or athame.  Walk around in circles, starting from East, and then South, West, North, and back to East again.  Say “I am now destroying all the blocks that separate me from him/her.”  While walking, visualize all the negative energy that is separating you from him/her being destroyed by your athame/sword.  After a few minutes, you may stop.  Thank the spirits who have heard your plea, and then do a proper banishing.  Again, if you don’t know how to do a proper banishing, it’s best that you don’t attempt to do a love spell.  Leave the candles and incense burning for as long as you can (don’t burn your house down, though!)

The days and weeks after you cast the spell should be spent by you being positive and doing things that make you happy, and that will take your mind off of that person.  Obsession toward a goal hinders the chances of love spells working successfully.  Not only should you do things that make you happy so that your mind will be occupied, but you need to remain as positive and patient as possible.  Love spells usually start happening by 3’s: 3 days, 3 weeks, or 3 months.  The more positive your overall feelings are toward the outcome, the faster the love spell will work for you.

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