Science says that 95% of the universe is made up of dark energy and dark matter, making only 5% of the universe actually ‘known’ to us. A whomping 95% is unknown? That is a huge portion of supposed reality. Could all of our unanswered questions about other life existing in the universe be found in the ‘unknown’ and unseen parts? What if this ‘dark matter’ was really only dark or veiled to us – from the level of vibration and consciousness we are observing from? What if we are in fact creating the universe as we are observing it and this ‘dark matter’ veil is representing what we cannot yet allow ourselves to ‘see?’
There are so many unanswered questions in the universe, it is almost a joke to pretend that we know anything. It is amazing how people will cling to ‘discoveries’ as the ultimate and defining answer when we are so aware of how much we don’t know. Looking back over the short history of ‘modern’ humans, we have shed so many previously viewed ‘correct’ beliefs in favor of the new; it is a mystery that we don’t hold lighter to the new paradigms as they evolve. For example, the belief that the Earth was flat or that the sun revolved around the Earth are prime examples of what we used to ‘know for sure.’ All that ‘junk’ DNA is no longer qualified as junk, but scientists now say that at least 80%, soon to be likely 100%, have a known purpose. Are we just getting smarter or is life revealing itself to us as we are ready?
The mystery of ‘is anybody out there’ seems to have an obvious answer to anyone who cares to ponder the question. Just ask any child if they think we are alone here. It seems preposterous that we could exist in such a vast cosmos as the only life forms. In many spiritual traditions and ‘new age’ philosophies, we have been communicating with life from other planets and star systems for hundreds and thousands of years. Many believe that we originated from our ‘star relatives’ and some think that our very DNA is not ‘of the earth’ but from somewhere ‘out there.’ The understanding in these traditions is that our star ‘brothers and sisters’ exist in another dimension, or at a different ‘vibration’ than us – accounting for why science has not yet discovered them.
Could it be possible that the so-called ‘dark matter’ is the veil we have created for ourselves while ‘observing the universe’ to hide what we have not been ready to see yet? Could it be that humanity will discover the life forms that are all around us and even assisting our very evolution only when the consciousness of this planet has expanded enough to handle that information?
It is already postulated in science that we live in a multiverse, that the possibility that multiple realities and parallel universes exist seems almost common knowledge among scientists. How could it be any other way given the knowledge we have?
The theory of quantum mechanics, which reigns over the tiny world of subatomic particles, suggests a(nother) way multiple universes might arise. Quantum mechanics describes the world in terms of probabilities, rather than definite outcomes. And the mathematics of this theory might suggest that all possible outcomes of a situation do occur — in their own separate universes. For example, if you reach a crossroads where you can go right or left, the present universe gives rise to two daughter universes: one in which you go right, and one in which you go left.
“And in each universe, there’s a copy of you witnessing one or the other outcome, thinking — incorrectly — that your reality is the only reality,” Greene wrote in The Hidden Reality.
Perhaps the reality of multiple universes with multiple ‘me’s’ and ‘you’s’ is too much for our current brains to process. Perhaps this accounts for the existence of ‘dark matter’ currently. For only recently has science begun to speculate the possibility that our very own sun is a star gate, leading to possible other realities or dimensions. This used to be only the stuff of science fiction, but now it seems our human minds can wrap themselves around this potential and even possibly longs for such things to be true. We don’t want to be alone in the universe, we don’t want to believe we are ‘stuck’ in the known of what we can ‘see’ and so, the intelligent universe is perhaps responding to that longing and opening itself to us.
Quantum mechanics tells us that the observer affects the outcome of any given reality, that until the ‘expectation’ to find something is there – it will not be found. Is this the way are we, in essence, ‘creating’ our observed universe, slowly lifting the veil of ‘what matters’ in the previously ‘dark’ regions of our minds? Something to think about. If you suddenly realized that you were creating the universe around you by your thoughts and expectations, what would you think differently?
Written by: Stasia Bliss