Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Is There Life on Other Planets?

I've come to the (tentative!) conclusion that there are no "other planets" - that what we are looking at are alternate combinations and permutations of our own world that we see diffracted when we consider space - which is another way of saying observe our own consciousness.
If we were a hundredth the size of a pore in skin, it would be eminently clear to us that there is no inner and outer space.
When we look "out" into space, we are looking "in" as well, as there is no inner/outer space dichotomy as it appears to us because of our skin.
When we look at "other worlds" we are looking at alternative ways of understanding our own consciousness and our own world.
Therefore, there is life on every planet *precisely because there is life on this planet* and this planet is but one of innumerably, if not infinitely, large number of alternative realities of One Realty.
The life that exists on "other planets" is us - in alternative forms.
Aliens then, are us in forms we have not yet come to recognize as ourselves.

Doreen Ellen Bell-Dotan, Tzfat, Israel

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