Hypnosis expert Dr. Bruce Goldberg discussed reincarnation, spiritual evolution, and parallel universes, as well as how we can all travel to other dimensions via out-of-body experiences and teleportation.
The typical person, he said, has experienced around 1,000 lives in addition to existences in parallel realms. In such parallel worlds, the person and environment may look the same but events play out differently-- he cited one patient's hypnosis report of a realm in which an ongoing nuclear war began in 1988. Goldberg outlined a paradigm of 13 different planes or dimensions which included the lower Astral Realm-- a foggy environment with bizarre inhabitants, the Causal plane where the Akashic Records are stored, and the Mental Plane containing iridescent blue highways.
The other dimensions vibrate at a higher frequency, and that is why they are invisible to us, Goldberg explained, as he offered techniques on how to access these realms, which included rhythmic deep breathing. He also described incidents of teleportation, in which a person has instantly transported their physical body to another location. One such case was said to occur in 1593, to Gil Perez, a Spanish guard in Manila who suddenly found himself in Mexico City. Another incident, he recounted, was that of a doctor and his wife traveling by car in Argentina in 1968. They, but not their driver, were engulfed in a dense fog, and then found themselves in Mexico.
Teleportation and out-of-body experiences are safe, said Goldberg, who added that the greatest threat to our safety comes from the neglect of spiritual forces. The many distractions in life keep people from rejoining their higher self, and attaining a state of ascension which could eliminate the need to keep reincarnating, he commented. For more, see the additional material he provided below.
Last hour guest, experimental nuclear physicist Bob Koontz talked about antigravity, free energy, and Tesla technology. Russian scientists have produced free energy with a 7 kilowatt generator which simultaneously showed a dramatic antigravity effect -- where the device lost 30% of its weight, he reported.
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