This book is a popular introduction to Dark Plasma Theory which discusses mounting evidence that Earth may be sitting inside a halo of exotic dark matter particles in the plasma state i.e. "dark plasma". This dark halo is believed to have provided the habitat for dark plasma life forms to evolve, including entities that we have loosely identified as ghosts, aliens and angels. Dark Plasma Theory provides a scientific framework to study these exotic life forms, some of which have formed symbiotic relationships with humans and co-evolved with them.
Most scientists today accept that 99% of the multiverse is invisible – every current physics textbook says so! Only 1% of the multiverse is visible to us. So the obvious question is: When you look at yourself in the mirror, are you seeing 100% of yourself or just 1%?
Do you possess invisible bodies which you are not aware of and which survive the death of your biomolecular body? How do we go about investigating whether there are such bodies? Why can’t you see them? Do established scientific theories support the existence of such invisible bodies? How do these bodies operate and what kind of universes do they inhabit?
Recent advances in Science help us to answer these questions. If parallel universes are taken to mean universes which share the same spacetime as ours, then we have to include the ‘super universes’ popularised by meta-physicists. They are called ‘super’ because they contain particles which are much higher in mass, energy and frequency than particles in the ‘Standard Model.’ The Standard Model, used by physicists currently to describe and classify most of the ‘standard’ particles in our ordinarily visible universe, is acknowledged to be incomplete by most scientists. Super particles, however, are ordinarily invisible to us and our current scientific instruments – just like dark matter and energy, which Science has had an embarrassing confrontation with in recent years.
According to traditional metaphysics every person has a number of higher-energy bodies composed of super particles which are ordinarily not visible in our universe with our biological eyes. These higher-energy bodies live in super universes. The objective of this book is to validate and extend this traditional theory, which is based on observations made by a number of experimental metaphysicists across the globe over centuries, and integrate it into a scientific framework so that more systematic work can be done to understand these bodies and their universes. (The term ‘metaphysics’ used here simply means it is wider in scope than ‘physics.’ For all practical purposes, it may be considered ‘mainstream physics plus the physics of consciousness and perception.’)
Conceptually, super universes can be imagined to extend vertically from our universe to higher energy levels. Mirror universes, often met in science fiction books, can be imagined to extend horizontally from any identified universe. Mirror universes, which are approximately at the same energy levels, are contra-factual. This means they contain opposite attributes (such as charge, parity or time reversals). If taken together, at the same energy levels, these contra-factual universes would ‘cancel-out’ like matter and anti-matter. Super universes, however, are a spectrum of universes which increase in energy levels but do not cancel out when taken together. In fact, they represent different phases in the energy spectrum of the manifested multiverse. Even when they do possess contra-factual attributes they do not cancel-out because super universes are at different energy levels.
Using the latest theories from physics and recent findings in plasma cosmology, plasma crystal and holographic technologies, supersymmetry and theories surrounding dark matter and energy, the traditional ‘Many Bodies-Many Universes’ theory of metaphysics is validated and vindicated in this updated version of the theory. There is overwhelming evidence that every human being possesses several high energy liquid-crystal bodies composed of magnetic plasma (or ‘magma’) that are ordinarily invisible to most of us.
Also by Jay Alfred: Between the Moon and the Earth and Brains and Realities