Traveling the Many-Worlds

well, even trees get pruned and roads could go a lot of places where nevertheless there are no roads. that’s why there are spaces between solid objects. natural logistics block most of the options…

The 11th House

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Being in two places at once isn’t as hard as it sounds—not since Huge Everett’s Many-Worlds Theory became widely accepted. The MWT resolves inconsistencies in physics by describing a universe branching with every choice, seeding countless parallel worlds where different events occur. Being aware of multiple ‘realities’ simultaneously isn’t a big problem either. It happens all the time, a skill enhanced in certain individuals throughout history, particularly witches and, believe it or not, web surfers.

For centuries, witches (shamans) have journeyed to ‘other places’ while part of their awareness stays ‘behind’. This is a similar model to the now common practice of surfing the internet. Most scholarly investigations agree, online experiences take us to another world that is filled with an array of meaning and purpose. The World Wide Web uses metaphors that support this spatial awareness—we talk in chat rooms, we visit sites and home pages

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