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Evil intent differs from evil essence, and it is even addressed in the Bible. There is a poorly understood scripture, but it speaks against “fighting” evil people. If you fight them, it confines you to reacting to them.

Traveling The Multiverse in Necronomicon


In the between state, what happens if one chooses outside? Oh, if one chooses outside, you move into what passes for “incarnation” in that realm. But our realm is nested in that one, and your new form can move into and out of this reality, and you will see it very clearly. You may take an interest in this reality if you move beyond, but you may just as likely determine it to be behind you, and move on to dealing with the structure of the “multiverse”.

In the way we are in three dimensions, but can still view two dimensions? Exactly.

So this gives us a gradual process to move through, entering each nested reality in turn? I’m thinking I’d like a few hundred years to get use to each one before going to the next. Well, yes. Those in the “beyond” can choose to do what is tantamount to “dying” to enter any one of the universes they see, and they progressively shed their state to localize even more effectively. They do see the outcome of any changes they make in the universes. They add “color”, for lack of a better word, to their own state of being.

Jump there flip a switch and jump back. Of course, seen from the “time frame” of the beyond, any interaction with a universe is only momentary. These beings as often manifest as Shiva like figures in the universe as they do incarnate as a native creature. They cut a time/space thread, because they intend to interlace it with other elements to better serve the mutiversal order, and since no energy is lost, all the souls in that universe just shift over to the new blended thread. It’s seamless, really. They know what they are doing, and the newly transitioned souls have only a nightmare/apocalypse in their ancient history/distant future to remind them of how the old reality ended. But it is always there. Always. There is always an end of time because there is no such thing as time in the ultimate sense anyway.

Aztecs Mayans? Yes, exactly.

This blows my mind. Amazing how your mind wraps around this so well. I’m sort of a native, so I am just giving street directions.

Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.

Travis Saunders
Dragon Intuitive


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