Just saw this video a little while ago:
“Enquête sur le monde invisible” (original French title), a 2002 documentary by French director Jean-Michel Roux
It was so fascinating and entertaining. The video is about exactly what the title says it’s about – an investigation into the invisible world in Iceland. The people in Iceland are much more open-minded than we are in Canada or the US concerning what cannot be seen by the naked eye, but yet exists in some dimension. A huge part of their population believe in elves, fairies, ghosts and cryptozoological beasts. If they believe a rock is being used or inhabited by fairies, the roadway must go around it rather than moving it or disturbing it in any way.
In the middle of the video, this man named Ananda appeared. He is a Fractal Cosmology Researcher. He made an excellent observation on weird stuff we see and how little of our brain that we use. His analogy with radio stations and frequencies was so astute and really resonated with me.
Quote from the above video by Ananda – a Fractal Cosmology Researcher:
Strange phenomena can be explained when we understand that our reality is like one radio station of a plurality of radio stations or frequencies. Our brain registers less than 0.5 degrees or percent of all emanations that are actually out there. So our life is tuned to one radio station.
However sometimes, there is an interference between other radio stations and our radio station, creating strange and anomalous phenomena.
This is part of that head-spinning world of quantum physics, black holes and other strange scientific stuff I am still trying to get a grip on. I just know, somewhere down the road, quantum physics and radio frequencies are going to show people out there that the “invisibles” like ghosts, elves, fairies, crypto beasts and other phenomena actually do exist.
Maybe YOU can’t see them, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t in OUR cosmos. What an amazing world we live in.