By Lisa Grace
For those who are coming in mid-series I highly suggest you read parts one and two first. I believe that science proves the Holy Scriptures are correct.
Last week, I put forth the theory that what we know of angels and demons, and other supernatural creatures may present themselves as being made of and living in plasma the fourth state of matter in our three dimensional world.
This may get a little complicated. Let’s imagine, for now, the two dimensional world. We can take a three dimensional piece of paper (it has width, height, volume) and a three dimensional pencil, and we can create a two dimensional world by drawing on the paper. Now, if we were the same height as the graphite on the paper, we might perceive dots curves, lines and that’s it. Yes, this is a brief description but you could fill a whole book as described in part two of this series as to how everything would be perceived.
We know God exists outside time. We know angels existed with God before this universe was made and may exist outside time as we know it, too.
A two dimensional world surrounded by a three dimensional world, cannot possibly understand how big and vast our three dimensional universe is. It also exists outside of time as we know it.
If a three dimensional creature passes through or enters the two dimensional one, it can not be perceived correctly. Only certain phenomena would be visible and would not follow the known rules of the two dimensional world.
If supernatural creatures made of plasma, mainly exist in a four dimensional universe, (plasma, as we can observe it, does not obey the laws of our universe, which falls right in line with it following the laws of another bigger, more complex, dimension instead) what would they appear as in this one? Possibly the supernatural phenomena we do observe and can measure?
The big question is—How can we start thinking four dimensionally from phenomena that is only observable in our limited three dimension trapped in time? One way to start is to realize time is only a measurement relative to distance and location in our three dimensional universe. The answer isn’t easy, but it is one we need to explore to begin to understand how God’s supernatural creatures interact and make themselves known to us. Here is a link to Part 4.
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