Between the Moon and Earth

A Scientific Exploration of Heavens and Hells

by Jay Alfred



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/18/2007

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 166
ISBN : 9781412095051
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 166
ISBN : 9781698703305

About the Book

Since the dawn of history, various cultures have imagined heaven and the abode of gods to be literally located in some part of the sky; and hell, to be in the interior of the Earth. From a modern scientific perspective, these were the earliest concepts of parallel universes and the idea of a multiverse, which is a serious area of research in cutting-edge physics today.
This book presents a model, supported by scientific and metaphysical evidence, which validates this intuitive view. It appears that, after the death of the ordinary matter body, most human beings will indeed find themselves in an invisible (what science would call “dark”) higher energy sphere which interpenetrates and shares the same spacetime landscape and gravitational field as the familiar visible form of planet Earth.
Depending on the nature and composition of their bodies, they gravitate or levitate into particular “shells” in the relevant sphere - “higher” shells being coincident with the atmosphere, and beyond; and “lower” shells being within or below the crust of the ordinary matter Earth.

Non-fiction: Popular Science/Metaphysics

About the Author

Jay Alfred is an independent researcher and the author of several books, including Our Invisible Bodies: Scientific Evidence for Subtle Bodies, Between the Moon and Earth: A Scientific Exploration of Heavens and Hells, Dark Earth and Brains and Realities. His research areas are in Conscious Realism and Self-Interacting Dark Plasma (SIDP). He is the author of Dark Plasma Theory which proposes that dark matter (i.e., invisible matter that makes up 85 per cent of the matter in the universe) includes soups of self-interacting particles in a plasma state. It predicts the evolution and existence of many species of dark plasma life forms, and their corresponding habitats and niches in counterpart dark planets which co-rotate with the visible Earth. The most glaring omission of current astrobiology is that we are searching for life only in ordinary matter, ignoring the bulk composed of dark matter. Jay has been researching on dark matter lifeforms for more than twenty years with numerous publications on a new field he calls 'dark astrobiology'. Of particular interest are the symbiotic relationships between dark plasma lifeforms and humans, and the resulting scientific implications on the human afterlife. Against a wider perspective, Jay researches on the close correlations and strong causal inferences between the varieties of consciousness and the attributes of various realities.

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