Mirror Worlds Update – 2003

In his articles Stuart describes a mirror world that he says exists opposite to ours. He talks about events happening in the mirror world prior to them happening here in our 3-D world. He says that in the phenomena that he calls ‘the morph’, which he describes as a superimposition laid over our reality, the mirror world is quite plain to see.

Stuart has described seeing short film clips in the morph that seem to come from the mirror world. Those clips are often only a few seconds long, though one film clip lasted four hours and another was forty-five minutes long. The video clips from the morph usually appear in the mind’s eye, but sometimes they are mysteriously projected on the wall of the room that the observer is in. There is no equipment present by which such a video projection could be made. The film just starts to play on the wall on a wobbly screen that is about 30 inches square.

Below is an excerpt of William Tiller’s theory of R-Space from his book, Conscious Acts of Creation (see below). Professor Tiller’s theory almost exactly fits with Stuart’s concept of the mirror worlds, and so we thought you might be interested in reading what Tiller has to say. It’s very well laid out and quite easy to understand. (Editor StuartWilde.com)

Conscious Acts of Creation
W.Tiller, W. Dibble, M. Kohane

Reciprocal or Conjugate space — R-Space

The following is an outline of the concept of reciprocal space, which was put forth by William Tiller. Prior to getting into the concept of the space itself I think it would help to outline some of the questions in quantum mechanics which motivated people like Tiller and others to pursue research that may offer answers to these questions.

Although quantum mechanics is an extremely exacting science the theories and behaviors of the quantum field has left modern science with certain blind spots. As a practical matter these blind spots don’t inhibit our use of these theories in everyday life. Most scientists view the world of quantum mechanics as a type of black box, which seems to produce the correct result even though we lack understanding of some of its components.

Two components that have continued to trouble the physics community are
(1) the concept of wave/particle duality,
(2) the concept of non-local forces or non-locality.
The experiments done regarding wave/particle duality have indicated conscious observation is a determinant for producing a localized particle amidst a wave state. Secondly, a large number of experiments have shown that a type of transient domain exists which allows information to leave one electromagnetic locale and travel to a distant electromagnetic location at a speed exceeding the speed of light without passing through the intervening electromagnetic space. These issues along with some others motivated Tiller to do his research on a reciprocal space.

Tiller’s basic theory is that there is a second space, most likely primary to our four dimensional (three dimensions plus time) space. He refers to our (four dimensional) electromagnetic space as D-Space. The reciprocal space or R-Space, as Tillers has labeled it, is also a four dimensional space. However R-Space is not composed of an electromagnetic wave structure but rather a wave structure, which Tiller calls magnetoelectric. His experiments have indicated that R-Space is layered over or laced through our D-Space. The combination of these two worlds creates an eight dimensional space. Tiller actually theorizes eleven dimensions but that’s another conversation.

Again R-Space is comprised of and affected by a magnetic wave state. Professor Tiller’s experiments were designed to show that human intent (both mental and emotional) altered matter in our D-Space by activating magnetic wave structure of R-Space. He used as his subjects professional healers and professional meditators. Historic experiments have shown that the type of energy emitted by these two groups in both deep meditation and intense healing settings is most like a magnetic energy force.

The premise of his work was that he believed conscious intent (a magnetic pulse) altered R-Space and as a result R-Space’s interaction with D-Space altered it. The way Tiller explains the interaction between these two dimensions is that they are a type of mirror image of each other. His mirror image is not a perfect reflection of each other but rather an image of information being sent from one to the other (R-Space to D-Space and back). The physical matter of D-Space (i.e. an electron), as he describes it, is actually a coordinate point where the electromagnetic wave of D-Space and the magnetoelectric wave of R-Space align or intersect. Here at this intersection matter, as we know it, is created. It takes both worlds to create physical matter in D-Space.

With this framework R-Space becomes the medium by which our conscious observation creates a specific particle in an electromagnetic wave. Since R-Space is composed of the stuff of our conscious, this space acts as an amplification of conscious intent (i.e. I produce the particle where I expect to see it). This reciprocal field is also a potential medium for non-local activity such as distant viewing and healing. Since R-Space is not measurable with electromagnetic instruments, non-local activity or travel (i.e. information moving from one locale to another with out passing through the intervening space) can occur here and we are absolutely blind to it.

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