August 28, 2010
Okay, I'm not as smart as I used to be (LOL) ! I wonder if anyone can put forth a cohesive argument that ties together these three themes:
1) John Keel's assessment that UFOs, Men in Black, etc., are possibly interdimensional and have always coexisted with our world.
2) The relatively recent (as far as I know) idea that our "3-D" universe, set in space and time, is actually a holographic projection. One scientist interviewed by Morgan Freeman had said he could prove our universe is a computer program because movements are always increments, as if moving from pixel to pixel. Somesuch explanation. I also read a book (of course can't remember the title OR author) that the universe we know is a holographic projection coming from the very edge of the cosmos. (That's as close as I can get to the summary.)
3) The reports of Men in Black, for ex., that "run out of energy" as they are talking or walking, that just appear and just disappear, etc., and are very inept at mimicking being human.
It seems that these three things are somehow connected. I can't help picturing the Men In Black entering into our universe as the people in the Matrix movies. A type of "extra-dimensional", if you will, idea .... beings from OUTSIDE of our dimensions rather than jumping between ours and theirs.
Does this make any sense to anyone?? John Keel's writings are enough to make my brain explode when he discusses his ideas of what UFOs etc really are, let alone the Holographic question being discussed by our scientists today, and then add in the reports of the MIB .... Yikes!