Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Our static quantum state

“From birth to death, this is our state of being and nothing can enter our life that isn’t already in this state.  The reason it is called a state is because this isn’t about time.  There is no time in this state.  As the Good Book says, “I am the alpha and omega”.  In the beginning, there was the end.  In the quantum world, things don’t move.  If they did, there would be time in the quantum world, but there is no time and things don’t move there.  What they do is fluctuate and reposition the field.  They disappear.  They enfold and then unfold, but they don’t move.  There is not time in a quantum state.  That is why it is called a state, and it is a perpetual state in the quantum field.  All that you have been living, you have already in your state had.  It is called a state because it has no time, because your birth is known and so is your death.”
(Ramtha:  Parallel Lifetimes, Fluctuations in the Quantum Field)

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