ST: So, Erik, The Committee hit hard that science with parallel reality. Deep stuff.
Erik: Nah, it’s simple once you leave Earth, the timeline goes away and then you can see around corners again.
ST: Is that really possible?
Erik: Yeah, but not usually ‘cause you can see through the corner, too. If you want.
ST: So when a being like you visits Earth, how does everything seem?
Erik: It looks just like it would in a body, but you can expand peripheral vision pretty much all the way around, if you want. Like an owl but you see everything at once.
ST: Like a panoramic photo wrapped around your head?
Erik: Yeah, exactly, all you pano-heads!
ST: So where you are at home, what might things look like and then you come to…oh, I don’t know, China? Yeah, a nice village in China somewhere. What changes?
Erik: OK, like I’m in my house if I had one, it has a red tile roof, like bright fire truck red, green brick walls and turquoise tile floors. Suede orange furniture to match my hair.
ST: You have orange hair?
Erik: Shit yeah, sometimes!
ST: How about now?
Erik: You see it, it’s blew (and a strong breeze blows just as he says that and pushes his blue hair all around)
ST: Joke time?
Erik: In a minute, back to the house and then Earth. So like I’m inside and I decide to visit this Chinese village…
ST: Where is your house, like where’s it located?
Erik: It’s heavenly…
ST: OK, I give up. So you visit the Chinese village..
Erik: Right, and I just think about the place and think I want to be there and the house doesn’t fade but like the Chinese village where I’m going, it just appears around me, and its image gets brighter and stronger and soon cancels out and covers over the house. The house like, disappears behind the Chinese village.
ST: No train tickets, boat rides, rocket packs on your back and wing suits like that crazy dude from Switzerland, nothing like that?
Erik: Nope, and is that dude awesome or what? I’d a gotten killed in inside two minutes with that thing, smiling all the way.
So then the village is all around me.
ST: Do you see more than a human would see?
Erik: If I want to, but not usually. I look around and see pretty much what you’d see walking around.
ST: You can fly around and look inside houses and even go underground?
Erik: Yeah, but underground is all dirt, and the worms are pretty boring if there even are any. If I go real deep I can find dudes from Texas fracking and destroying the environment.
ST: Is there any truth to that, damage and pollution to ground water from fracturing a formation?
Erik: Pretty much, no. There can be a drilling problem but there always that, since wells were first drilled. It ain’t the fracking fucking that’s doing damage.
ST: You said that backwards.
Erik: No, humans say it backwards, repeat after me, three times…
ST: No, that’s okay, back to the village we go, all right?
Erik: So you want to go eat and…..
ST: The image of the village just appears and where did the house go or where is it?
Erik: It’s in our mind, in the next dimension. Heaven’s an overlay of Earth and everyone is already in Heaven, at a lower vibration, on a different plane and no, not United Airlines!
ST: So you can go back to that red roof bright green brick house anytime you like?
Erik: In a blink of an eye, a human eye of course. No need to blink, just think your blink and wink a drink.
ST: You’re on a high horse today, Erik.
Erik: (Whinnies like a horse, and stamps his right hoof twice, nodding his head.)
ST: How did you make your head look like and horse for an instant? Damned cool, man!
Erik: I eat my Wheaties!
ST: So if you want to look inside somebody’s house, can you?
Erik: Yeah, of course.
ST: So if you looked in could you accidently embarrass yourself by catching somebody..uh, “using the facilities”? Or…..[bear with me, managing minor embarrassment] engaging in intimacy?
Erik: No, ‘cause they don’t see me unless I want to show up for them. I don’t care what they’re doing humanly, I see their human image and also into their mind and soul and thoughts and know all about them anyway. I don’t just see the company headquarters, I can also see their financial statements and plans and strategies, too, if I want.
ST: Can you see into anybody anytime?
Erik: No, only with permission.
ST: Whose permission?
Erik: Theirs and then from their Guardians, their Angels and Guides.
ST: They can override their Guardian Angels?
Erik: Of course, they appointed ‘em. Like remember the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie where the teenager discovers the cyborg, that’s “Ahnald” by the way, will obey his every command? Kinda like that.
ST: Yeah, but many people want to change stuff.
Erik: They gave their Guardian Angels permission to stop things that shouldn’t happen.
ST: So, if you wanted to look into somebody’s business just because, you can’t always?
Erik: Not if it would do harm, but that’s rare. Like if I see something fixin’ to happen that humans think is bad, and it is, don’t get me wrong bad shit is shit that’s bad, no doubt, but if I see it comin’, it doesn’t disturb me the way a human would be and I also see the bigger picture and understand the why.
Heaven works like this, the understanding is broad. Not a broad, but wide.
ST: So if you want to leave the village and go back to the living room of your house, you can just as easy?
Erik: Yup, and the house then appears and its presence comes through what you see around you and soon it covers up the village and you’re back on the orange sofa.
ST: Or your black toilet?
Erik: Yeah, right! Good there, man, I DO have a black toilet. I never use it but it reminds me of the dark shit in everybody’s life from time to time. A reminder to leave the bathroom sometimes.
ST: Good symbolism, I like it. I’ll spray paint the throne black this afternoon!
Erik: Yeah and I’ll be there with popcorn to watch your wife react to the dark commode and your head going into it.
ST: So in Heaven, what reality can you see around you?
Erik: Everything you want, in smaller or greater detail. It’s like Google Earth three hundred sixty degrees inside a sphere in three dimensions. You zoom in and out the way you want.
ST: So how long does it take to get someplace?
Erik: As fast as you can think you want to go. See, when there is no time, nothing takes time. So straight and simple.
ST: Another galaxy?
Erik: There’s a sensation of delay if you have never been there, ‘cause you’re thinking about the place and all the details are being downloaded to you. But it’s not time like Earth, you can grab a quick smoke while you’re waiting.
ST: Is smoking like eating, the sensation isn’t quite the same?
Erik: Exactly and no sickness from it. The sensations are not as sharp.
ST: Like most body things on Earth?
Erik: Yeah, and that’s what makes life so good, you sense things in such a good and unique way. Making whoopee, masking messes, making excuses….it all works so well.
ST: How about making trouble?
Erik: That, too ‘till you get caught!
ST: So if we want to enter the mind and thoughts of another person, or like another being, we would just think we want that and what happens?
Erik: They appear in front of you if they’re not already there and all the surroundings are what they already had around if you like that and don’t mind and it could be what was already around you, and they don’t mind or the three of you can all go someplace else. You create the environment you want.
ST: How does the conversation go, if there’s no talking?
Erik: Pretty much like a dialogue with yourself, they way you might imagine a conversation with somebody, the way you imagine you’d do it. It goes like that, except the answers you don’t know until they come to you.
ST: You can’t just look into another soul’s thoughts or mind?
Erik: Not if they stop you, but that’s really rare. If you get stopped, it’s ‘cause they’re busy doing something, usually and you can sometimes see that, sometimes not. Fear of communication, reluctance to be approached, that shit’s really rare.
ST: Do approaching souls feel rejected if they are not received?
Erik: No, it’s really shitty for the soul being approached, because the approachers think something is wrong if they can’t hook up and can’t be given a reason. It could be like a huge disaster for a soul group member, so they’re distracted with the huge event. Like that Spanish train crash.
ST: Do you see a huge group of souls when something like that happens?
Erik: Oh hell yeah, it’s like an airport or bus station at rush hour. The Guardian Angels and Guides are there with the people affected and then the other soul group members are there to be with the guides, like a big party.
ST: Party? Like celebration?
Erik: No, but ‘cause like the event is often planned and participation is destiny for a lot of people, it’s an eager excitement to see it play out. The reactions of the humans aren’t planned, everybody knows there’ll be reaction but exactly what? Choice and will, folks! So that’s the interest of all the souls. Frankly, the injuries are much worse to know about than the deaths. Dying is not suffering, the opposite of Earth.
ST: OK, Erik, we’ve overstayed our target…
Erik: …and overshot our welcome!
ST: See you Friday!