Physicists tell us we see only about three to four percent of our surroundings. We see only matter consisting of molecules. Under X Rays our bodies look like bones, but with an infared camera our bodies look like clouds of light. Most of what surrounds us is called ‘dark matter’. It is called ‘dark matter’ because it is unseen not because it is actually dark. Dark matter occupies the space between the molecular objects we see with our eyes. There is a lot going on in the dark matter.
Recent studies of brain activity suggest vast information and memories are stored outside our brain in dark matter. We have instant access to these memories and stored information.
All of us who have had a pet dog have witnessed the dog sensing the return of his owner minutes before the actual return. Recent studies analyzing this phenomenon show the instant the dog’s owner ‘thinks‘ he/she is going home, the dog senses this information. Cameras were focused on both dog and owner. Each camera displayed a clock to record the exact timeline. The owner would leave and when the owner thought; “I’m going home”, the dogs ears would pop up and he would run to the door or window and wait for his owner’s return. It is hypothesized the thought to go home is instantaneously stored in dark matter and immediately accessed by the pet.
The U.S. Patent Office often receives patent applications for the same invention at the same time from several people in different parts of the country who do not know one another. How does this happen? Could the patent information be stored in dark matter and accessed simultaneously by the inventors?
How many times does your phone ring and you instinctively know who is calling? Or you think of someone and there they are either in person or on the phone? Hmmmm! Dark matter?
When you think about it, we know although we cannot see them, our guardian angels are near us……in the dark matter. And what about family and friends who have passed on. We cannot see them but we often feel their presence…..in the dark matter.
The earth is banded with meridians of energy we cannot see, but we can feel. In fact our brains and our hearts are greatly affected by energy forces such as gravity and magnetism which cannot be seen, but can be measured and definitely can be felt.
I love it when science corroberates the spiritual things we have treasured. Dark matter, indeed. Someday we will see with eyes that grasp and understand dark matter. Until then, it’s fun to see science evolve into the spiritual realm.
For now, Earlynn’s just sayin’: “Dark mater or not, the unseen strongly affects our lives here on earth. Someday science and things spiritual will be united.”
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