Ascension Generally, an ascension is the act of ascending, usually to a significantly higher personal state, as the asce...

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Ascension Generally, an ascension is the act of ascending, usually to a significantly higher personal state, as the ascension of a monarch to the throne. A physical act of ascending, such as in mountain climbing is more commonly called an ascent. Ascension may also refer to: In religion and spirituality: In Christianity, Ascension of Jesus Christ refers to both the bodily ascension of Jesus into heaven and an annual feast commemorating that event. Enoch's, Elijah's, or Muhammad's disappearance into heaven or Shantideva's disappearance or Shakyamuni Buddha's entrance into parinirvana In Theosophy, and some New Age groups, a process of enlightenment whereby any person may escape the physical plane of existence to become an ascended master Ascended Masters Originally presented by H. P. Blavatsky in the 1870s, the "Masters of Wisdom", [8] "Mahatmas" or "Elder Brothers" [9] were further developed by C. W. Leadbeater, Alice Bailey, Helena Roerich, Manly P. Hall, and many others in theosophy-based organizations, especially in the United States. Ascended Masters are individuals who were formerly embodied on the Earth and learned the lessons of life during their incarnations. They gained mastery over the limitations of the matter planes, balanced at least 51% of negative karma, and fulfilled their Dharma (Divine Plan). An Ascended Master, in such an understanding, has become God-like and a source of unconditional "Divine Love" to all life, and through the Ascension has united with his or her own "God Self", the "I AM Presence". It is further claimed by various groups and teachers that the Ascended Masters serve as the teachers of mankind from the realms of Spirit, and that all people will eventually attain their Ascension and move forward in spiritual evolution beyond this planet. [10] According to these teachings, they remain attentive to the spiritual needs of humanity, and act to inspire and motivate its spiritual growth. In many traditions and organizations, they are considered part of the Spiritual Hierarchy for Earth, and members of the Great Brotherhood of Light, also known as the Great White Lodge or Great White Brotherhood. [11] Great Brotherhood of Light Originating in the teachings of H. P. Blavatsky as developed by C. W. Leadbeater, Alice Bailey and Helena Roerich, the term Great White Brotherhood was further developed and popularized in 1934 with the publication of Unveiled Mysteries by Guy Ballard's "I Am" Activity. [2] This Universal Brotherhood of "Immortal Saints and Sages" [3] who have gone through the Initiations of the Transfiguration, Resurrection, and the Ascension[4] was further popularized by The Bridge to Freedom, The Summit Lighthouse, and The Temple of The Presence. [5] The Great White Brotherhood is perceived as a spiritual organization composed of those Ascended Masters who have risen from the Earth into Immortality, but still maintain an active watch over the

world. The Great White Brotherhood also includes members of the Heavenly Host (the Spiritual Hierarchy directly concerned with the evolution of our world), Beneficent Members from other planets that are interested in our welfare, as well as certain unascended chelas. [6] The Ascended Masters are supposed to be joined together in Service to our Earth under the name of the Great White Brotherhood. The use of the term "white" is supposed to refer to a colorless, transparent or cosmic aura and to their advanced spirituality and has nothing to do with race. The later versions of Blavatsky described the masters as [7] ethnically Tibetan or Indian (Hindu), not European. Recent research indicates, however, that this description was used by Blavatsky to hide the real identity of her teachers, some of whom were well known Indian rulers of her time. [8] Belief in the Brotherhood and the Masters is an essential part of the syncretistic teachings of various organizations that have continued and expanded the Theosophical philosophical concepts. [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] Examples of those believed to be Ascended Masters are Jesus, Confucius, Gautama Buddha, Mary the Mother of Jesus, Pope John Paul II, [14], Kwan Yin the compassionate Bodhisattva, as well as the Master of Alchemy Saint Germain and Kuthumi, (one of Helena Blavatsky's "Mahatmas"). It is believed that all of these put aside any differences they might have had in their Earthly careers, and unite instead to advance the spiritual well-being of humanity. [15] Dimension

2-dimensional renderings (i.e., flat drawings) of a 0-dimensional point, a 1-dimensional line segment, a 2-dimensional square, a 3-dimensional cube, and a 4-dimensional tesseract In common usage, a dimension (Latin, "measured out") is a parameter or measurement used to describe some relevant characteristic of an object. The most commonly used dimensions are the parameters describing the size of an object: length, width, and height, but dimensions can also be other physical parameters such as the mass and electric charge of an object, or even, in a context where cost is relevant, an economic parameter such as its price. Additional dimensions and Ekpyrotic or New Big Bang Theory It all started when superstring theory (Cell, molecules, atoms, protons + neutrons, quarks, string), hyperspace and dark matter made physicists realise that the three dimensions we thought described the Universe weren't enough. These theories predict that the space in general has in fact 10 and 11 dimensions, respectively, but that the universe, when measured along these additional dimensions, is subatomic in size. As a result, we perceive only the three spatial dimensions that have macroscopic size. We as humans can only perceive up to the third dimension while we have knowledge of our travel through the fourth. We cannot, however, see anything past the fourth. By the time scientists had finished they'd come to the conclusion that our Universe is just one bubble among an infinite number of membranous bubbles which ripple as they wobble through the eleventh dimension. Now imagine what might happen if two such bubble universes touched. Neil Turok from Cambridge, Burt Ovrut from the University of Pennsylvania and Paul Steinhardt from Princeton believe that has happened. The result?

A very big bang indeed and a new universe was born - our Universe. The idea has shocked the scientific community; it turns the conventional Big Bang theory on its head. It may well be that the Big Bang wasn't really the beginning of everything after all. Time and space all existed before it. In fact Big Bangs may happen all the time. Universe The Universe is defined as the summation of all particles and energy that exist and the space-time in which all events occur. Based on observations of the portion of the Universe that is observable, physicists attempt to describe the whole of space-time, including all matter and energy and events which occur, as a single system corresponding to a mathematical model. Our universe is also defined as one component part of a larger Multiverse. Multiverse A multiverse (or meta-universe) is the hypothetical set of multiple possible universes (including our universe) that together comprise all of physical reality. The different universes within a multiverse are sometimes called parallel universes. The structure of the multiverse, the nature of each universe within it and the relationship between the various constituent universes, depend on the specific multiverse hypothesis considered. Be aware: A multiverse is a set of many universes. There are many specific uses of the concept, as well as systems in which a multiverse is proposed to exist in. In correlation with science fiction and fantasy, Parallel universe or alternate reality is a self-contained separate reality coexisting with our own. Now it seems the speculation wasn't absurd enough. Parallel universes really do exist and they are much stranger than even the science fiction writers dared to imagine. In correlation with our focus level, Our Universe is Focus 1 to Focus 49. Next would be the space between 2 universes or bubbles. The next focus after that would be another universe of 49 Focuses, 7 levels of consciousness within 7 states of being, perhaps divided like our own universe in 3 locals. (See the Miranon Chart, Dying and Living Program). Local 1, Focus 1 to 21; Local 2 Focus 21 to 27; Local 3 Focus 28 to 49. In correlation with new age, dimensions are often compared to what we would call Locals in Hemi-Sync language. The 5th dimension can be the astral dimension or Local 2 or 3.