|John Milor is an author of several books, and radio talk show guest for numerous programs, including the Art Bell show. His interest in understanding paranormal phenomenon began at the age of five after hearing his great grandmotherís tale of seeing a UFO hovering over the plains of Kentucky during broad daylight, shortly following the turn of the century. This story, as well as numerous otherworldly encounters of his own, fueled his quest of the unknown. His life literally became an episode of the X-Files on a number of occasions, until he reached the age of twenty one, and was visited by none other than Jesus Christ, in a vision. Since that time, Milor has become a born again Christian, yet continues to investigate paranormal phenomenon, now with a Bible in one hand,r and research documentation in the other hand. John has earned two Associates degrees and a Bachelor degree in Business, and works as a Master Sergeant in the Air National Guard. He lives with his family in Fresno, California. All are invited to visit his website to read all his books; they are posted online in their entirety for free reading: http://www.AliensAndTheAntichrist.com. Milor operates a MySpace website @ www.MySpace.com/johnmilor, and welcomes emails as well: email@example.com.
Understanding Heaven Via Quantum Physics
by John Milor
Posted: 12:00 April 16, 2007
Many people think of heaven as a formless cloud where people will have a kind of blind, blissful awareness. Or they think of heaven as a vast plane with a ground and a sky, but their thinking doesn't go beyond this. It's also common for people to give up on pondering what heaven is like because they label it as incomprehensible, but scripture clearly states that this is not the case. Heaven is composed of three realms: the sky, outer space, and a glorified planet where God's throne is. No, I'm not a Mormon, this information can be read in Strong's Enhanced Lexicon by referencing the translation of the word heaven. Each of these locations contains places much like the visible Earth. There are numerous descriptions of all the unseen realms in scripture. Romans 1:20 explains that these realms can be understood with precision, using descriptions of the visible things on Earth, and there's nothing confusing about them at all. In fact, in today's age of advanced science, technological wonders and creative science fiction writers, we most likely can have a clearer picture of what heaven is really like more than any generation preceding us-without actually seeing it in person.
Professor Jochem Hauser
A great deal of science fiction actually comes from various theories postulated in the field of quantum physics. The concept of a multiverse, dubbed string theory, is taken seriously by many mainstream scientists.1 David Deutsch, premier scientist and winner of the Paul Dirac Medal and Prize, describes the concept of a multiverse in depth in his book, The Fabric of Reality: The Science of Parallel Universes and Its Implications. (Deutsch also contains a link to "Seti@Home" on his Web site, with a blurb stating, "My contribution to the UFO debate," indicating his belief in the existence of extraterrestrial life.)2 While I certainly don't agree with his ideas espousing evolution, his concept of a multiverse is biblically accurate.
To many, the field of quantum physics is nothing more than gibberish, but to the Department of Defense and Department of Energy, practical applications for such gibberish are at the heart of their latest research and development projects. On the Defense Tech Web site, a controversial paper was recently published that outlines information about a motor that will propel a craft through another dimension at incredible speeds!3 That's right-another dimension, and I read this on a respected science Web site. Professor Jochem Hauser, one of the scientists involved with this new technology, is currently coordinating with NASA and the Air Force over the matter. He hopes to build a test device within the next five years. The science and technology section of Scotsman.com states the following about this proposed hyperspace drive:
The hypothetical device, which has been outlined in principle but is based on a controversial theory about the fabric of the universe, could potentially allow a spacecraft to travel to Mars in three hours and journey to a star 11 light years away in just 80 days, according to a report in today's New Scientist magazine.4
Imagine how difficult it would be to dismiss all extraterrestrial life as a supernatural hoax, if in fact we are the ones that discover extraterrestrial life on other worlds prior to public disclosure.