Added this 19/11/22 https://youtu.be/HEFiePtt9Ks
Hello and welcome. It was awe inspiring to read William Shatner's report of his 'real' space encounter and there is a similarity between Dr Edgar Mitchel's brave report of his 'inner space' revelation.
Reading the link below will tell you more ---- a quote from it;
Last year, I had a life-changing experience at 90 years old. I went to space, after decades of playing an iconic science-fiction character who was exploring the universe. I thought I would experience a deep connection with the immensity around us, a deep call for endless exploration.
I was absolutely wrong. The strongest feeling, that dominated everything else by far, was the deepest grief that I had ever experienced.
I understood, in the clearest possible way, that we were living on a tiny oasis of life, surrounded by an immensity of death. I didn’t see infinite possibilities of worlds to explore, of adventures to have, or living creatures to connect with. I saw the deepest darkness I could have ever imagined, contrasting so starkly with the welcoming warmth of our nurturing home planet.
This was an immensely powerful awakening for me. It filled me with sadness. I realized that we had spent decades, if not centuries, being obsessed with looking away, with looking outside. I did my share in popularizing the idea that space was the final frontier. But I had to get to space to understand that Earth is and will stay our only home. And that we have been ravaging it, relentlessly, making it uninhabitable.
|Edgar Mitchell, Sc.D., Ph.D. (1930 – 2016)
6th Astronaut to walk on the Moon.
Although William and Edgar had different emotions, emotions they were deeply moved by and their lives transformed. The beauty of the Earth the awe of space and the possible loss of all life on Earth. Edgar says that many astronauts have had similar experiences and prefer not to talk about them. Protesting and circulating these experiences and the number of people signing forms has a minimum impact on the greedy politicians , WEF and meatless Gates. BUT experiencing Space does have a significant impact, like a NDE it connects one to their roots.
'I was on the way home and was observing the heavens and the Earth from this distance. (I was) observing the passing of the heavens. As we were rotating, I saw the Earth, the sun, the moon, in a 360-degree panorama of the heavens.”
And because there is no atmosphere in space, Mitchell said everything looked ten times brighter than on Earth. As he stared out the window, an unforgettable feeling of ecstasy and unity washed over him. He felt connected to the stars on a subatomic level with his body, his crew, and even his spacecraft. In his book The Way of the Explorer he wrote, “It occurred to me that the molecules of my body and the molecules of the spacecraft itself were manufactured long ago in the furnace of one of the ancient stars that burned in the heavens about me.” He said every time he looked out the window during that three-day trip back to Earth, he had this incredible, overwhelming feeling of joy.'
|Courtesy Applied Science
|Courtesy Event Spiker
|Courtesy Inner Space
|Courtesy Vox Space Junk
There are 300,000 pieces of garbage orbiting earth, and 550 tons in weight
Can you imagine this junk and other things as satellites and other things that are not mentioned are doing to the resonances and natural frequencies that coordinate and inform and sustain nature---- I'll leave it at that.
Tesla's said: “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.