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We already know that there are 22 parallel universes and that each one of them is as real and valid as the other. However, what scientists do not yet know for sure is that there are alternate universes that have nothing to do with parallel universes.
These alternative universes are created by every single choice that is made by every single human being at every instant of time. Scientists have theories about what they call multiple universes, multiverse or Many worlds interpretation, although what they have not yet said is that these alternative universes do not last forever as some people theorize.
The universes that will last until the Big Crunch are the parallel universes, So we could go to a parallel universe if we had the technology to do it, but It’s impossible to travel to an alternate universe because these universes were created by decision makings.

Medium: Jorge Olguin.

Entity that came to dialogue: Eon the Absolute
Interlocutor: Well, I think the issue is clarified. Going to another question that I think is quite interesting... Has it ever been a change in our history without us knowing it? For example, Kennedy was not killed… This question relates to time travelers.
Eon: The history on this planet has changed many times and the planet has involuted.
Interlocutor: The specific question is what was changed and who did it.
Eon: A time traveler that alters something practically creates a new alternate universe and this new alternate universe can be transformed in the original one.
Interlocutor: And the previous alternate universe?
Eon: It simply dries up as a root that has no water.
Interlocutor: Are only time travelers who can alter the facts that have already happened?
Eon: Time travelers and also decision making.
Interlocutor: Could you give us some concrete example?
Eon: You know about reincarnation memory, but there is another memory, which is called temporary memory.
Interlocutor: What is temporary memory?
Eon: You've heard or read in some history books, that Charlemagne conquered many territories. Well, if a time traveler kills Charlemagne at five years old, that history of Charlemagne as conqueror has not happened. The same could happen with Alexander the Great, if they kill him being young, the history of conqueror Alexander has not happened… In these cases, you will never know about them as being conquerors. But your temporary memory has a kind of aftertaste of that.
Interlocutor: That’s clear, but it’s a hypothetical story. Is there any real history that we could know?
Eon: One true story is that Jesus was not crucified.
Interlocutor: Will that be the true story?
Eon: You cannot talk about true story. The true story is always the present one, the one you are experiencing. Just remember that I am above all alternatives.
Interlocutor: How was then that story that Jesus was not crucified?
Eon: That story continued in which he did not do any mission in another planet, he was not resurrected by extraterrestrial, he had a normal life, he went back to look for Miriam, the Samaritan of the Well of Jacob, who was alone because a plague had ravaged her entire family, also dying her husband and children… That is why she went with him, because otherwise she would have never left them…
Interlocutor: Are we talking about an alternate universe?
Eon: That's right… I am talking about the Samaritan from the story of Eloah Arbillac
Interlocutor: Yes, I remember it.
Eon: Jesus and the Samaritan go to live in Kashmir, have children and he dies in this place…
Interlocutor: There is just a book called "Jesus died in Kashmir"…
Eon: Exactly. That book was written with temporary memory.
Interlocutor: Remarkable!
Eon: But the book is incomplete because it does not speak about the Samaritan, nor of Jesus' encounter with her at Jacob's Well or anything of those things.
Interlocutor: But the original story is the one we know, namely that Jesus was crucified?
Eon: Correct.
Interlocutor: But who changed that story in which Jesus did not died in Kashmir and finished being crucified? Was it a time traveler?
Eon: They were decision makings. I already indicated that not all cases are time travelers who change history.
Interlocutor: Are you saying that it was a Jesus’ decision?
Eon: Yes. He thought that it might better to serve humanity by being crucified… Here, there is a very thin line between service and sacrifice, because somehow, we are talking about sacrifice with pain and not with joy. Jesus somehow wanted to continue conveying his messages, but he chose to make a blow effect, by calling somehow to his crucifixion, so that Christianity could come up with more force.
Interlocutor: Had Jesus transcended the same without the crucifixion?
Eon: Absolutely not. It would have been a story like so many others. Jesus is remembered precisely because of his martyrdom. In addition, the Apostolic Roman Catholicism is so basic that is not interested in Jesus’ messages and his love for humanity, they are only interested in miracles and in that alleged resurrection.
Interlocutor: Obviously, religion is only interested in the phenomenological…
Eon: Exactly.
Interlocutor: That alternate universe where Jesus died in Kashmir, did it dried up?
Eon: Yes. The alternate worlds do not persist. Those that persist are parallel universes.
Interlocutor: Is there any other case in history that has been modified?
Eon: There are many alternate universes that have dried up. In those alternate universes the Che Guevara was still alive, Kennedy was not killed because he had been warned and instead had put a double, which is murdered, Marilyn Monroe did not die, there is a Third World War in 1989…
There's even an alternate universe that dried up where this vessel did not meet with you, because that day he had a consultation and could not go to the meeting that you had prepared and you never got together later…
Interlocutor: That’s interesting!

Medium: Jorge Olguin.

Entity that came to dialogue: Eon the Absolute
Interlocutor: There is another issue that I don’t fully understand and it’s about alternative universes, it was said that they last a bit… But don’t they last until the Big Crunch?
Eon: Not necessarily… you suddenly take a different decision from that you could have taken it and then you create an alternative universe. This alternative universe is going to be your new universe – that's going to be the original one – and the previous one is going to last minutes and then it disappears, because you have made a decision.
That is, if you make a decision, the alternative universes, of decisions not taken, last only moments. Do you understand?
Interlocutor: Yes, it’s clear…
Eon: Well, if you travel to the past and suddenly in the past you kill your biological grandfather, automatically, your father would not be born and neither would you… Then, you have created an alternative universe…
Interlocutor: On where I was not born…
Eon: Exactly, on where you were not born, but on this one you continue being…
Interlocutor: And that universe where I was born, can it last until the Big Crunch?
Eon: That's right; it can last up to the Big Crunch, but is not a universe of decisions but a universe of temporary travels, which is called "paradoxical universe"…
Then, there are two types of alternative universes, decisional alternative universes and paradoxical alternative universes.
Interlocutor: Continuing with the alternative universes…
Eon: There are alternative universes that are formed by the decisions of each individual… Only on this planet there are nearly 8 billion incarnated spirits, and each one, day after day, make a decision, there would be 8 billion alternative universes in each planet per day…
It is not that this escape from my control, because I can control all alternative universes being formed, but it makes no sense to have so many. Therefore, alternative universes that cease to be of importance automatically disappear, because their flames go off…
Interlocutor: When I disincarnate from an alternative universe, am I going to a spiritual alternative universe?
Eon: No, not at all… When an alternative physical universe is created, it’s always the same spirit which will act. This means that your Thetan is incarnated in you in a 10% and in the alternative universe it is incarnated in another 10%...
Interlocutor: Now I understood, my Thetan no longer is 90% spirit, but is 80% ... Is that correct?
Eon: Correct, you have gotten the idea perfectly.
Interlocutor: It’s very clear… Is my Thetan aware of what the other 10% is doing?
Eon: Of course. To make it clear, your Thetan has absolute knowledge of what H 1 and also H 2 are doing.
Interlocutor: Is there a H 3?
Eon: No, there are only two H, but it can be up to three decisions, because otherwise the spirit would be weakened.

Medium: Jorge Olguin.

Entity that came to dialogue: Eon the Absolute
Interlocutor: I understood that perfectly. Let's see now… Why does Kronbus, time traveler, go to the past to repair an alteration of history? Specifically, my doubts are: Why are the facts of the past altered? Are the facts of the past altered only by time travelers or they can be altered by themselves?
Eon: The events of the past can only be altered by a time traveler. If there is a story written and this story already happened, who from the future can tell what would happen if Columbus had not arrived to America, if Archimedes had not been submerged in the bathtub – which really did not happen – if the one who discovered the law of gravity would have not had the apple fallen on him, if the one who discovered black holes had not made the correct astronomical calculations, if the one who discovered the Fermat theorem had not planned to work on it, and so on. We cannot say “what would happen if", because it just happened. So we have to take this story as the real one.
The case is different when a time traveler wants to change something because he believes it would be better, because if he does it, automatically creates an alternate universe.
There can be a universe where John Kennedy – I mention him as an example because he’s someone widely known – was not killed because they did not order his death, he continued living, giving preponderance to the space race and he placing of colonies on the Moon in 1984; there were fewer wars because he would have been reelected and since he could not be reelected for a third time, while another person had been elected, he had returned in the following period, that is four years later, to be elected president of the United States for a third time.
Interlocutor: Are you telling us of the events of an alternate universe that really took place or is purely hypothetical?
Eon: I am telling you the real universe that must have been.
Interlocutor: But then, is this universe not the real one but an alternate one that will soon dry up?
Eon: No, I'm saying that one was the real universe that must have been, but a time traveler understood that it should not be so, and he altered it creating this alternate universe, which now became the real one.
Interlocutor: The idea is clear…
Eon: Let’s remember that Kennedy, despite having magnanimous ideas – he was concerned about developing countries providing to them much help – he was very committed to Mafia figures. There is a singer of the time that helped him wining in the South…
Interlocutor: Is Frank Sinatra?
Eon: Yes… In the South, virtually no one wanted Kennedy.
Interlocutor: Then, specifically, only time travelers can change the past, and in fact they don’t change it but create an alternate universe. Is that correct?
Eon: That’s right. We need to narrow down that the alternate universe that the time traveler creates later, becomes real.
Interlocutor: Then, this is an alternate universe created by a time traveler that led to the murder of Kennedy and that finally became real?
Eon: Correct. This universe that you're living now is the real one and it’s the one in which Kennedy was killed.
Interlocutor: How do we know if the universe in which one is living is the real one or an alternate one? Why could not this be an alternate universe that ends up drying up itself?
EON: This universe could become in the future an alternate one if a time traveler draws up another thing. But, while you live in, it’s the real universe.
Interlocutor: When does an alternate universe dry up?
Eon: When the other one does not prosper. If they actually decide – as in fact they did – that in planet Earth, Kennedy had to die - and he dies in the year 1963 of the 20th Century -, automatically that universe becomes the real universe and the others dry up.
Interlocutor: For what I see is a constant real universe, alternate universe, real universe, alternate universe…
Eon: Actually, there are no alternate universes, but only real universes.
Interlocutor: Why do you say that there are no alternate universes?
Eon: Because they cannot be taken into consideration by virtue of having very short life.
Interlocutor: Why do alternate universes dry up?
Eon: They dry up because they are no longer important and then disappear from the existence, they simply cease to exist.
Interlocutor: How do they cease to exist? Do they dissolve in the air?
Eon: Yes, it's something like that.
Interlocutor: How was dissolved the alternate universe where Jesus was not crucified but he died in Kashmir of natural death?
Eon: I will give you an example… You have a movie that you have seen; you rewind it and record over another movie. When recording over, the previous movie disappears. It’s something like that.
Interlocutor: Now I understand…
Eon: The same example can be done with CDs, where you can rewrite above the previous recording.
Interlocutor: It’s clear… Obviously everything is in the "memory" of the Absolute. I say memory in quotes because I don’t know what the correct terminology is.
Eon: In me, all possibilities are latent.

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