One is certain only of … The Metaverse
There is a Metaverse we know nothing about, but at some point we will be obligated to log in.
This is a Metaverse that has been there waiting for us since the beginning of times, a Metaverse from which you can’t go back to reality…
It’s called The After Life…
Metaverse doesn’t knock on the door.
Attempts to communicate with the dead and other living human beings, aka spirits, have been documented back to early human history transcending any religion belief.
“Mediumship became quite popular in the 19th-century United States and the United Kingdom after the rise of Spiritualism as a religious movement.” Wiki-Mediumship
By the first decades of the 20s century Mediumship was enjoying its last great American revival, collided with the age of science, and a brigade of investigators, including magician Harry Houdini, prowled the nation to expose bogus mediums.
“Since most mediums were women — the spiritualist movement accorded women social status they rarely attained elsewhere — this crusade turned into an epic battle of the sexes: supposed hard-nosed men of science against swooning female seers.” Smithsonian Magazine
A hundred years later is no difference.
One of the best and most renowned transcommunicator in the world is Sonia Rinaldi. She has a degree in Religious Sciences and has been researching and experimenting in the world of transcommunication for more than 30 years.
Instrumental Transcommunication or ITC is the communication with other dimensions of existence through electronic devices, such as radios, computers and TVs, digital recorders, etc. The term ITC was created in the 80s by the German physicist and engineer Dr. Ernst Senkowski.
The difference between ITC and other types of communication with the is the fact that ITC does not directly require the presence of a medium.
Sonia Rinaldi’s last 3–4 years results have taken a leap in quality thanks to her innovative devices she designed (using vapor, projectors, and other technics) to let the ones in the other side shape and transmit a message and/or image. Her results are impressive and worth watching.
Most are unaware that the world’s greatest transcommunicators, unlike mediums, believe (were “informed”) that contact is established thanks to stations in other dimensions, where entities have very sophisticated technology that allows them to establish contact with ours. Sonia Rinaldi says to contact the North and South stations mainly where there are renowned scientists, like Tesla, trying to make contact.
Recommend watching: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xp_l8K69s6s
This is obviously fake, you might think.
Well, it doesn’t matter how truth this is, what matters is how truth is the willing to believe and how that can help us understand how a Metaverse should be.
Believing in the Metaverse
We were born with that restlessness around death seeded deeply in our brain.
The intrinsic need to transcend seems to be part of our DNA and since the beginning of times we sought to be transported to a new world, a virtual reality that let us embrace freedom and immortality.
For some the answers to transcend can be found in lucid dreams, in Instrumental Transcomunication, in academic science or within religious faith. But for an entire new generation, true freedom and immortality will be achieved through the digital ‘technetronic’ web3 virtual Metaverse.
How much we will need to believe in The Metaverse to make it real?
‘To believe’ is a state of mind, it is an endless feedback loop that reinforce our decisions, it is a meaningful narrative that guide us throw-out the exploration of the unknown.
Thus we need to change the approach on the development of the Metaverse.
We don’t want it to become another gimmick of our-self, another mirror reflecting our subjugation and mortality.
My humble recommendation:
Think like a Shaman to create the myth and sing like a Bardo to present it.
That should be the ultimate Metaverse recipe.