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The Near-Death Experience Revealed the Secret of the Universe

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This is a true story of a man who suffered full cardiopulmonary arrest and brain death, but revived 30 minutes after being confirmed dead.

 

His name is Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (1954 -), a Japanese comet hunter who had an amazing near-death experience.

Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (1954 -), a Japanese comet hunter and a writer. Kiuchi discovered Comet Cernis-Kiuchi-Nakamura (1990b) and Comet Tsuchiya-Kiuchi (1990i) and rediscovered Comet Metcalf-Brewington (1906VI=97P/1906 V2) and Comet Swift-Tuttle (109P/Swift-Tuttle). Kiuchi is also well-known for his near-death experience.

The Near-Death Experience Revealed the Secret of the Universe

Through the near-death experience, Kiuchi revealed the secret of the universe.

 

He found that the universe is five dimensional, not three or four dimensional.

 

Interestingly, Dr. Lisa Randall, an American theoretical physicist of Harvard University theoretically indicates the possibility that the universe has a higher dimension.

Lisa Randall at TED

However, it has not been cleared about what exactly is the higher dimension.

 

According to Kiuchi, the universe consists of three dimensions of space, one dimension of time, and one dimension of mind (that is, incorporeal information).

The Universe Consists of 5 Dimensions
3 spatial dimensionsLength, Width,
Height
1 temporal dimensionTime
1 informational dimension
(5th dimension)
Mind (Incorporeal information)

Interestingly, this notion of the cosmic dimensions is consistent with that of Japanese Shinto Philosophy.

 

In Shinto Philosophy, it is considered that the real world is the reflection of the spirit world (the world of the incorporeal information).

 

In other words, the essence of the universe is "information" and the physical matters and space are the reflection of the information.

 

Furthermore, during the near-death experience, Kiuchi felt "collective consciousness" creeping up on him.

 

He called the collective consciousness as "Greater Universal Mind."

 

According to Kiuchi, the Greater Universal Mind is the origin of the universe.

 

The Greater Universal Mind is also the home where our souls should go back after we left our bodies behind.

 

In other words, if you pass away, your mind would be integrated with the Greater Universal Mind.

 

Therefore, the Greater Universal Mind includes all information of every life from birth to death and all memories of the universe.

 

It consists of multiple minds of whole creation.

 

Thus, it stores vast amounts of information and memories of everything of the universe.

 

In other words, the Greater Universal Mind is information aggregation of the universe.

During the near-death experience, Kiuchi noticed the existence of the Greater Universal Mind.

 

When he accessed it, he understood everything instantly.

 

The torrent of the information that he received was so astronomical that it was very hard to remember all of the information he accessed during the near-death experience.

 

As a result, he did not remember much about the Greater Universal Mind, because there was too much information there and his head was going to burst.

 

However, he sometimes remembers the fragmentary memories which he had extracted from the Greater Universal Mind for some reason.

What is the 5D Universe?

By the way, what exactly is the five dimensional universe?

 

In the 5D space, Kiuchi felt mentally satisfied about everything.

 

The Greater Universal Mind spread all over the 5D space, maintaining a perfectly balanced state.

 

According to Kiuchi, the 5D space was in total darkness, but he was relaxed because it was very quiet and relaxing.

 

There was nothing there.

 

Actually, he could not feel any movement and fluctuation in the 5D space.

 

The 5D space was so perfectly balanced that he recognized it as absolute nothingness.

 

Interestingly, Kiuchi's experience is consistent with the Zen philosophy of Dogen Zenji (1200-1253), a Japanese Buddhist priest and founder of the Soto school of Zen in Japan.

Dōgen watching the moon. Hōkyōji monastery, Fukui prefecture, circa 1250.

In the 5D space, there is no clear division between you and me and everything in the universe is connected with each other forming one collective mind.

 

Thus, Kiuchi also called the 5D space as

The Space of "Oneness"

The Greater Universal Mind includes every memory and experience of every living thing in the universe from the past to the future.

 

However, Kiuchi had no clue about what exactly is the greater universal mind.

 

But, when he was connected to the Greater Universal Mind, he had a nostalgic feel for some reason.

 

Actually, during the near-death experience, Kiuchi felt very close to the Greater Universal Mind.

 

The feeling of closeness was so strong that he was about to be absorbed into the Greater Universal Mind.

Through such experiences, Kiuchi came to believe as follows.

Perhaps, we came to this world from the Greater Universal Mind.

 

After we die, we will return to it.

 

Therefore, it is our spiritual home.

Though he felt a sense of oneness with the Greater Universal Mind, Kiuchi struggled frantically not to be absorbed into it, because he had a strong desire to know the secret of the universe.

 

Thus, he was able to access a prodigious amount of information of the Greater Universal Mind, preserving his individuality.

When he went through the Greater Universal Mind, Kiuchi instantly shared all information stored in it, that is, the information from birth to death of the universe.

 

Fortunately, Kiuchi was able to come back to life again with knowledge of valuable information of the universe without being absorbed into the Greater Universal Mind.

What is the Greater Universal Mind?

By the way, what information did he get from the Greater Universal Mind?

 

Interestingly, the relation between the Greater Universal Mind and human mind is just like that between a supercomputer and a computer terminal.

Analogy with a Computer

Greater Universal Mind

Supercomputer

Human mind

Computer terminal

Just as a terminal accesses the data of the supercomputer, Kiuchi could access the information of the Greater Universal Mind.

 

Like a supercomputer, the Greater Universal Mind stores an enormous amount of information from birth to death of every life and of the universe.

 

If you pass away, all your memories and experiences of your life will be completely absorbed into the Greater Universal Mind.

 

In other words, if your soul is integrated with the Greater Universal Mind, you will achieve a sense of oneness with the universe.

 

As a result, you will become part of the Greater Universal Mind and you will lose a sense of yourself and integrated into a larger self.

Analogy with Video Games

Interestingly, Kiuchi insists that the relation between the real world and the 5D world can be compared to that between the virtual world of video games and the real world.

 

In the virtual world of a video game, various characters are made, fight, live their lives and pass away.

 

For the characters, the virtual world is everything.

 

Nothing more, nothing less.

 

The characters living in the virtual world could not even imagine that a high-dimensional outer world exists outside the virtual world.

 

Similarly, we may not imagine that the 5D outer world exists outside the real world.

 

However, Kiuchi is convinced from his near-death experience that the 5D world really exists.

 

Just as the characters are confined in the game’s display and cannot recognize the outer world outside the display, you are also confined in a physical world.

 

However, outside the physical world, a vast 5D world spreads out.

According to Kiuchi, the 5D world is a spirit world where the Greater Universal Mind is omnipresent.

Two Phases of the Near-Death Experience

By the way, how do we perceive the existence of the outer 5D world outside the physical world?

 

According to Kiuchi, there are two phases of near-death experience when you pass away.

 

In the first phase, you are near death but still alive, because your heart beats and your brain activity is recorded.

 

In this phase, you may see the vision of the spirit world, such as a dark cave and a hill covered with a field of flowers.

 

This kind of near-death experience has been reported worldwide.

 

It is considered that such a vision of the spirit world is due to the biological reactions in the brain.

 

On the other hand, in the second phase, you are completely dead, because your heart stops beating and your brain waves are also absent.

 

Kiuchi insists that in this 2nd phase, you could access the greater universal mind.

The Reason why "Time Does Not Exist" in the Universe

During the near-death experience, Kiuchi traveled in time to the past and to the future.

 

But, actually, he traveled in time in the spirit world, not in the real world.

 

Strictly speaking, he accessed some of the past and the future data stored in the spirit world.

 

To understand this, assume that you play a video game such as Grand Theft Auto series.

 

In video games, characters move through space and their behaviors changed hour by hour.

 

In other words, the virtual world has specific time and space.

 

Therefore, characters cannot move beyond space and they cannot go to the past or the future beyond time.

 

For the characters, time and space in the virtual world are absolute realities.

 

However, we know that the time and space in the virtual world are imaginary and thus they do not exist outside the virtual world.

 

Furthermore, we know that the time and space in the virtual world originates from a game program which defines the relationship of the time and space in the virtual world.

Actually, if you delete the original game program, the time and space in the virtual world would disappear without a trace and the game screen would be blank.

 

In other words, the time and space in the virtual world are like shadows.

 

That is why it is considered in Shinto Philosophy that time and space do not exist in the universe because they are shadows of the spirit world.

 

You may have already noticed by now that the Greater Universal Mind corresponds to the game program in the analogy of video games.

Video games

Our universe

Game program

(Information aggregation

No time and space)

Greater Universal Mind

(Information aggregation

No time and space)

Virtual world

(There are time and space)

Real world

(There are time and space)

If you have access to the game program, you can find any information of any time and space without being subject to any temporal and spatial restriction.

 

Similarly, if you access to the Greater Universal Mind, you can find any information of any time and space without being subject to any temporal and spatial restriction, because there is no time and space in the Greater Universal Mind as information aggregation.

 

That is why the reason Kiuchi could freely travel in time to the past and to the future as a soul during the near death experience.

 

In other words, if you pass away, you are granted access to the Greater Universal Mind where you can find any information of the past and the future, just as a cracker can extract any information from the database.

 

Furthermore, if you are granted “write access” to the greater universal mind, you can also rewrite the information of the past and the future.

 

Actually, Kiuchi rewrote the past and the future by possessing a man who lived 100 years ago.

 

Kiuchi realized the truth of the universe instantly when he accessed the greater universal mind and passed through it during the near death experience.

 

Or rather, he “felt” that instead of understanding in his head.

 

Someday in the future, the time may come when the secret of the universe will be revealed.

 

February 3, 2019

OTAKUPAPA

References

  1. Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (November 1995). “The memory of the space.”
  2. Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (April 2003). "The starry heavens teach our way of living."
  3. Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (May 23, 2014). "My near-death experience teach the structure of the universe."
  4. Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (November 19, 2016). "The will of the universe revealed through a near-death experience."
  5. Tsuruhiko Kiuchi In Wikipedia.

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