Everyone is afraid of death. But do we die only with our body? Outstanding contemporary scientist Robert Lanza found the answer to this question and proved that our consciousness exists in an infinite set of parallel universes outside of space and time.
Professor at Wake Forest University, Robert Lanza, is a specialist in regenerative medicine and research supervisor at Advanced Cell Technology. At first, he was known for his research in the field of stem cells; he has several successful experiments on cloning endangered animal species.
However, a few years ago, the scientist became interested in physics, quantum mechanics and astrophysics. The theory of the so-called new biocentrism was born with this explosive mixture, and its professor became the preacher.
What happened when a person dies?
According to biocentrism, there is no death. It is an illusion that occurs in the minds of people. It arises because people identify themselves with their bodies. Knowing that the body will die sooner or later, we believe that we will die with it. In fact, the consciousness that exists outside of time and space is capable of being anywhere: in the human body and outside of it. It fits well with the basics of quantum mechanics, according to which any particle can be here and there, and any event can evolve along with several – sometimes innumerable – variants.
Lanz believes that there are many universes. In them, all possible scenarios are realized. In one universe, the body died, and in the other one, it continued to live, absorbing the consciousness that flowed into this universe.
In other words, a dead person flying through the same tunnel is not in hell or in paradise, but in the same world in which he lived. And so to infinity.
Previously, experts have suggested that the dreams of people on their deathbed look slightly different than others, and this turned out to be true.
Indeed, dying people see more vivid and realistic dreams. And most often the meeting with the dead relatives became the plot of such dreams. Most often, they talk to the dreamer, console him, call him to themselves. Severely ill children can play in a dream with their dead pet.