I came across the following article tonight about Roger Ebert, and what he said before he died to his wife. Here is the link, and the excerpt.
“The one thing people might be surprised about—Roger said that he didn’t know if he could believe in God. He had his doubts. But toward the end, something really interesting happened. That week before Roger passed away, I would see him and he would talk about having visited this other place. I thought he was hallucinating. I thought they were giving him too much medication. But the day before he passed away, he wrote me a note: “This is all an elaborate hoax.” I asked him, “What’s a hoax?” And he was talking about this world, this place. He said it was all an illusion. I thought he was just confused. But he was not confused. He wasn’t visiting heaven, not the way we think of heaven. He described it as a vastness that you can’t even imagine. It was a place where the past, present, and future were happening all at once.”
I was moved to post after reading him describe it as an “elaborate hoax”, because it struck me as someone attempting to describe a question as profound as the nature of reality at the end of their life, when it appears he didn’t give it much thought during his life.
Roger’s wife said in the article that Roger Ebert didn’t’ know if he could believe in God. It must have been a very overwhelming experience for him to catch glimpses of it as he was dying.
It’s earthshaking and mind crushing. I know he’s in a better place now, and I’ve glimpsed this world he referred to myself. I don’t wish to explain how I glimpsed it, but let’s just say I have, and for the sake of the article you’ll have to take me at my word.
For me it was almost too much, and scared me for weeks and days afterwords when I thought about what I saw. I was scared because I realized that it is an illusion, but it’s not a hoax. It’s not an illusion in the way in which a magician makes a building disappear, or pulls a rabbit out of his hat. It’s best described in terms of virtual reality. It’s as if you’ve been playing a role playing game with the best graphics and sound, and taste and touch, and then someone turned off the electricity for a moment, and you suddenly realized the whole time you were wearing a VR helmet.
Life is like that, but more “real”. We’re all just vibrating energy, and we appear to be solid only because our brains are human, and they are programmed to decode reality in a specific way. So it can be quite shocking when you shake loose of the programming, and change a few lines of code.
I think a better description is this; the wireless internet is out there, and it can be accessed today by a myriad of devices, and depending on the device used, you will experience a web page differently. Some people are using older computers, and they access the internet more slowly. This is life my friends.
It’s all just vibrating energy, and it’s one heck of a persistent illusion. If you ever have the opportunity to glimpse the other side, and realize that no one actually dies, because time isn’t linear but a pool of water; don’t be afraid, it’s just your ego fighting back.
One last thing. Just because it’s an illusion doesn’t make this game any less real when you’re here, but the illusion can be manipulated, just like heat can boil water, and cold can freeze it.
There are those whom are very aware of how to manipulate the energy, and not all of them are playing for the human race.