Former investigative reporter Diane Morang shared her research into hell, death, other dimensions, and paranormal phenomena. Based on her study of such material as the Tibetan Book of the Dead, and near-death encounters, she has concluded there are 10 different dimensions-- we live in the third dimension, and hell (a "horrible place of suffering and ugliness") is represented by the 1st & 2nd dimensions.
Upon death, many people will fall into the hell dimensions because they are unprepared to merge with the light, she declared, suggesting that a practice of meditation can teach people to escape from this scenario. Dimension 4 is what is thought of as the Christian heaven, dimension 5 is a black void without stars, and in dimension 10, spirits re-merge with God/source, she outlined.
A number of possibilities can occur when a person dies, such as falling into an astral realm where one relives their death for 1,000 to 6,000 years, or having one's entire life memory continuously replayed for a similar amount of time, she said. Several rules are of cardinal importance for spiritual advancement, Morang noted:
First half-hour guest Richard C. Hoagland commented on the new Mars images, noting they show massive water erosion across thousands of square miles. The geologic features of Mars' southern hemisphere may be just 65 million years old, formed around the time of the extinction of the dinosaurs on Earth, he said.
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