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Quantum Teleportation Reality Shifts

Cynthia Sue Larson

I feel tremendously fortunate to be alive during a pivotal time in history in which many quantum behaviors long presumed to only be observable at the quantum level are being witnessed on a human-viewable scale.

A huge breakthrough occurred in November 2012, when a team of scientists led by Xiao-Hui Bao at the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei reported the first ever successful teleportation between two  macroscopic objects–bundles of rubidium atoms–across a distance of almost 150 meters, using entangled photons to transmit information that  remained stable for just 100 microseconds.

In the field of quantum biology, some scientists including Dr. Luca Turin of the Fleming Institute in Greece suspect that many of the processes we’ve known about for years may have at their very heart a quantum basis. As a matter of fact, one leading possible example of quantum teleportation in the field of biology is as close as the nose on your face! According to the quantum tunneling explanation, smell molecules wiggle and vibrate in such a way that electrons in the olfactory receptors in our noses disappear on one side of a smell molecule and reappear on the other. This idea of quantum smelling has been gaining ground recently, since it explains why molecules that include sulphur and hydrogen atoms bonded together can take a wide variety of shapes, yet no matter which way these molecules combine, our nose scent receptors invariably register that familiar rotten egg smell every time. Dr. Turin explains, “If you look from the standpoint of an alternative theory–that what determines the smell of a molecule is the vibrations–the sulphur-hydrogen mystery becomes absolutely clear.” When energy of just the right frequency causes collections of atoms to vibrate, these spring-like collections of atoms vibrate every time an electron in a particular “smelly” molecule jumps or tunnels across the receptor, depositing a quantum of energy as it does so into one of the molecule’s bonds, which sets the springy group of atoms in that molecule vibrating. 

While progress in quantum physics and quantum biology laboratories moves steadily forward, it seems we may still have a wait before we see anything like William Shatner playing Captain Kirk on Star Trek, saying this famous line into his communicator, “Kirk to Enterprise. Beam us up, Scotty.”

Historical Accounts of Teleportation

On October 24, 1593, Gil Pérez was on duty working as a palace guard in Manilla in the Philippines the day after he’d received word that Chinese pirates had killed Governor Gomez Perez Dasmarinas. Gil Pérez closed his eyes and leaned against a wall to rest, and when he opened his eyes he found himself in Mexico City’s Plaza Mayor, over 9,000 miles away, wearing the uniform of the guards of the Del Gobernador Palace and with absolutely no idea how he came to be there. When questioned, Pérez explained he had just been in Manilla earlier that same day, and he shared the news of the Governor’s death, which was confirmed in Mexico a couple of months later when a ship arrived from the Philippines.

In the year 1904, Signor Mauro Pansini, an Italian building contractor, witnessed his two sons vanishing from their home and being reported as having suddenly appeared many miles away on numerous occasions. Father Vennetti at the Capuchin Convent, at Malfatti, thirty miles away telephoned Signor Pansini one morning to inform him that ten year old Alfredo and eight year old Paolo. Pansini wondered how his sons could have traveled over thirty miles in less than half an hour as he arrived at the Convent, to find them waiting in the reception hall. According to monks at the Convent, the boys arrived mysteriously, in a deep hypnotic state. Signor Pansini took his boys home to their room where he asked them to remain for the rest of the day. A few minutes after seeing them to bed, he decided to check on them and was astonished to find they had vanished out of a closed room! At that same moment, 15 miles away, Signor Pansini’s brother heard a knock on his door, and found his dazed nephews wondering where they were.

Teleportation Reality Shifts

Those of us who’ve experienced reality shifts involving keys, wallets, socks and other objects disappearing from one location and appearing in another have witnessed teleportation in macroscopic objects outside of the laboratory, outside of controlled experimental protocol and in the wilds of everyday life experience. But what does it feel like to literally be teleported somewhere else?

On September 30, 2007, I was working indoors at a full-day holistic expo in Concord, gazing out one of the windows at the sunny day, and daydreaming I was actually out enjoying that beautiful sunny day. A short while later, I received an email from my friend, Katrina, who told me that she had seen me walking down Solano Avenue that day. She was excited to tell me about this, because she knew I was scheduled to be attending a full-day holistic expo out of town that day, and she was therefore quite surprised to see me enjoying a stroll down the street. Strolling down that street is exactly what I was daydreaming about at that point in time, as I was sitting indoors many miles away!

You can watch me discuss this topic on my YouTube video, Quantum Teleportation Reality Shifts, and please feel free to comment with your thoughts and ideas here on this blog and in the comments under the video. I’d love to know how you feel!

Love always,
Cynthia Sue Larson
email Cynthia at cynthia@realityshifters.com

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Living in Parallel Quantum Worlds

Cynthia Sue Larson

Cynthia Sue Larson

While reading an article in Scientific American recently, Living in a Quantum World, I felt heartened to see the article’s subtitle, “Quantum mechanics is not just about teeny particles, it applies to things of all sizes: birds, plants, maybe even people.” 

As noted a few months ago in A Unified Universe of Entangled Diamonds and Altruistic Rats, we are truly living in wonderful times as we see mainstream scientific articles acknowledging that quantum mechanics applies to everything in the universe–even ourselves. What this means for our expanding world view is that we can expect to see signs of such things as quantum entanglement, quantum teleportation, and quantum tunneling around us in everyday life–with no need for electron microscopes.

The Scientific American article  Living in a Quantum World states, “In a quantum world, a particle does not just have to take one path at a time; it can take all of them simultaneously.”  One implication of this idea of quantum behavior showing up on the macro scale includes the notion that we can expect to see occasional signs that the world we see around us and so often take for granted is not the only one. These signs can clue is in to the possibility that we are surrounded by an infinite number of parallel universes that, on some level, we are experiencing in their totality.  

The science behind parallel quantum universes

According to physicist Hugh Everett III’s many worlds theory, there are an infinite number of parallel worlds that exist alongside this one. The significance of this theory is that it allows for quantum particles to behave as we’ve observed them and know them to behave, which is probabilistically.

Experiments mentioned in the Scientific American, Living in a Quantum World, indicate that many macro-scale entities such as birds, plants, and salt crystals exhibit signs of being entangled with one another. Such entanglement is a quantum behavioral characteristic which was previously relegated to the realm of the very, very small–yet now entanglement appears to be a quality of quantum behavior we can now claim also for ourselves.

What is it like to visit parallel worlds?

Any time we see a shift in reality in which something appears, disappears, transforms, or transports, presents an excellent time to consider the possibility that we may have just walked between parallel worlds. There are two marvelous books I recommend reading if you’d really like to know how it feels to visit parallel worlds: Traveling to Parallel Universes, and Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World.

Traveling to Parallel Universes

Traveling to Parallel Universes

I was thrilled this past month to read a book of first-hand accounts of travels to parallel universes by author Trish LeSage. In Trish’s book, Traveling to Parallel Universes, Trish describes physical changes she often observes days or weeks prior to switching between universes, such as changes in her body temperature, and observing sights, sounds and sensations of other universes. Trish also writes about how she knows when she has arrived in parallel universes, as she observes differences in the way things manifest, and sees changes in people and animals in each parallel world. I especially love the matter-of-fact way Trish describes her parallel world journeys, along with her authentic emotional reactions when encountering such a variety of parallel universes. In one of the more interesting accounts, Trish describes a universe in which people can easily manifest whatever they contemplate relatively quickly and easily, yet due to lack of character-building through hardships, people are not very friendly, genuine, nor heart-centered.

Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World

Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World

In my book, Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World, I write, “Living with the waking dream experience of reality shifting around me feels a lot like walking with my feet in two (or more) worlds.”

“… to all outward appearances, my life seems the same as usual. I still do all the mundane things I need to do for survival, so much of the time I am living a life of habitual response. The biggest change in me is mostly one of attitude and mindset, as my sense of what’s real has changed. My mind seeks a stable place to consider solid or real, and that sense of reality is no longer based simply on what I see in front of me or what seems to be solid. My sense of self is not limited to being confined to my body, since I so often experience feelings, sensations, and realities that don’t happen where my body is.”

“By welcoming a waking dream state of consciousness, I allow for the unexpected to occur. Even ordinary things like cooking dinner have a different feeling for me. Sometimes I’ve opened my refrigerator to get something, shut the door, opened it again a few minutes later, and found a jar had vanished and reappeared in that short space of time. I savor these sensuous experiences of feeling awake in a dream, because I am aware of my wishes, desires and feelings shaping reality all around me. I often find my passing thoughts answered by the universe, as I engage in a continuous dialogue with all that is. I feel this communication best when I also feel how loved I am and how everything around me is here for my benefit and appreciation, surrendering myself as fully as possible to knowing I am love.”

I hope you’ll enjoy watching and sharing my YouTube video summary of Living in Parallel Worlds–and please feel free to leave comments either on this blog or on my YouTube video page!

One of the benefits of asking the question, “How good can it get?!” while traveling between parallel universes is that you’re likely to get some pretty wonderful answers. Happy travels!

Love always,

Cynthia Sue Larson
email Cynthia at cynthia@realityshifters.com

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