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Is It Possible We Are Living In A Simulation?

the world is in a matrix

The concept that our reality may be nothing more than a sophisticated simulation has intrigued philosophers, scientists, and thinkers for centuries. The suggestion raises profound questions about the nature of existence, the boundaries of reality, and the potential implications for our understanding of the universe. On a personal note, since I was a child, I have always questioned "why?"Why am I here? Who am I? Why is this world so unfair? Don't get me wrong; I like being here; it's amusing and a great adventure, and totally bonkers!

For the past 40 years, I have studied near-death experiences and read hundreds of books on spirituality, esoteric and have had many paranormal experiences that you can read on this blog, but in the last few years, my belief systems have changed, and I now believe we live in a simulated world controlled by non-human forces and this is what prompted me to publish this article. As they say, the more you dig down the rabbit hole, the more you discover.

Now, in my 62nd year around the sun, I make up my mind by researching, reading many books and trusting my inner voice. I suggest you do that, too. This article might give you a little motivation to do that. If this theory had been given to me a few years ago, I would have laughed. I'm not laughing now.

My conclusion to life now is that we are living in a 3-D simulation, and our escape is to bypass the 4th dimension and straight into the 5th. How do we do that? By having no fear and not complying with everything you are told. Take, for instance, the Covid era. Did you take the vaccine because you were threatened, coerced or fed propaganda of fear? I refused to take it because my belief system told me there was nothing to be afraid of with COVID-19, and to this day, I still haven't had it. I also did not buy into the propaganda, and I certainly did not fear rejection or the government. It was the best decision of my life.

Enough about me; let's think about why we might be living in a simulation.

Origins of the Simulation Theory

The idea that our reality is a simulated construct is not a recent invention. It can be traced back to various philosophical and scientific discussions throughout history. Notable figures like René Descartes, who pondered the nature of reality and the possibility of deception by an all-powerful entity, laid the groundwork for these thought experiments.

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Arguments for the Simulation Theory

Technological Advancement

One of the main arguments that favour the simulation theory is the rapid advancement of technology. As our society develops increasingly sophisticated simulations, such as virtual reality and computer-generated environments, it becomes plausible to imagine that a more advanced civilisation could create a simulation indistinguishable from reality. Have you noticed how quickly AI has become accessible to all, especially regarding software such as Canva and even Wix, the platform I use to build websites? If you refer to the Tarot section of this website, I have created all the images using AI as I did the image above.

Mathematical Consistency

Advocates of the simulation theory point to the extraordinary mathematical precision and consistency observed in the natural laws governing our universe. Some argue that this level of precision suggests a deliberately designed framework, akin to computer code, underlying our reality.


Simulation Hypotheses in Science

Physicists and philosophers have proposed thought experiments and mathematical models that align with the simulation theory. For example, the "holographic principle" suggests that all the information in a three-dimensional space can be encoded on a two-dimensional surface, much like a hologram.

Anomalies and Quantum Mechanics

The peculiar behaviour of particles at the quantum level, where particles can exist in multiple states simultaneously until observed, has led some to consider whether reality functions more like a computer simulation, where resources are only allocated when needed.

Implications and Philosophical Considerations

Meaning and Purpose

If our reality is a simulation, it prompts us to reevaluate questions of purpose and meaning. What is the purpose of our existence within this simulated construct? How does it impact our perception of morality, ethics, and free will? Who created us? Who controls us? What's in it for them? I believe that negative energy feeds those who have us imprisoned, and yes, I am suggesting extraterrestrials. My late father, who would not have ever believed his daughter would write such a 'nonsense' article like this, completely surprised me twice in his final years on Earth. On both occasions, we discussed Alien life, and I was intrigued that my dad would even consider talking about it as he didn't believe in any of it in his younger years. This is what he said to me that got me thinking, 'What if we were food for them, not physical food but our energy?' I think about those two conversations quite often as I fondly remember this influential man in my life.

Ethical Considerations

The notion of a simulated reality raises ethical dilemmas, such as the responsibility of the creators for the experiences of the simulated beings. Are we obligated to treat our fake creations with the same respect and dignity as sentient beings?

The Nature of Consciousness

If consciousness can emerge within a simulated environment, it challenges our understanding of consciousness itself. Could consciousness be a product of the simulation, or does it exist independently of it?


One thing is for sure: as the world is escalating at the time of writing into deeper chaos every day, I am beginning to think that the misery currently in the Middle East and Ukraine must be drumming up a lot of Loosh for those who rely on it.

Whether reality is a simulation or not, the journey of inquiry and discovery it sparks is a testament to the boundless curiosity of the human mind. It has certainly got me thinking about our reality.


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