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Posted on September 1, 2012
By Stuart Wilde
I have always believed humans have an eternal soul but I wasn’t sure if animals were the same. Then in 2001, myself and others, started to see the Morph, a transdimensional phenomena that pervades a room with swirls, vortexes and striations that look like dry rain. Through the Morph I found I could look into a mirror-world that is close to this one.
Others discovered the same ability. The mirror-world may be an anti-particle world, but whatever it is, it seems to contain the spirits of humans that are alive now, as well as those that have passed away. But I have also seen animals in there, which means they have a soul and are eternal, but first let me discuss briefly what the mirror-world is like.
It seems to be a dimension close to ours in which our subconscious mind exists. But the subconscious doesn’t exists there as an ephemeral idea, or a collection of phantasmagorical thoughts, it is a real human identity, evolving as we do on earth. It’s the other you.
You are in an after-life right now while still alive. It sounds odd but it makes sense. For you to be eternal some mechanism has to retain a perpetual memory of you. The brain ceases at death but if your subconscious and therefore your personality already exists in another dimension as a real person, death would not be the end of your identity or your memories of self. In effect, your subconscious in the mirror-word acts as the human soul.
I believe that animals have a group soul of their species but those animals that have been in contact with humans, like domestic pets, seem to have individual identities. In the mirror-world,
I’ve seen many hundreds of dogs and cats and horses, as well as other animals like the lion, giraffe and elephants.
So I became convinced that animals survive death because if they didn’t they wouldn’t be in the mirror-world, and because they live on they must have a spirit or a soul that is evolving.
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