Abstract: There is a growing view among scientists that our universe is digitized and that the electromagnetic radiation of the universe snaps exactly to the  pixelated grid of the smallest indivisible particles of the universe. Therefore, more and more scientists believe that the universe is a computer simulation, a computer game in which we are participants. They even think it might be possible for the simulated to find the simulator. Our soul is - according to some scholars - a non-material part of the microtubules of the brain cells, and this reaches beyond the material computer game. At death, the soul is leaving the universe of the game to then go over into a different universe.

For Christians, these other universes are heaven or hell - depending on the will to follow the commandments of Christ in our computer game. Near-death experiences with the intense feeling of a very different reality than the one we know - such as that of the atheist and respected neurosurgeon Dr. Eben Alexander described - suggest that reality is outside this computer game.

As Mike Adams, Natural News, writes: If the universe is intelligently designed, it has a purpose and a creator - as evidenced by the laws of nature: Where there are laws, there are also legislator(s). Adams says - just like  Christ - the purpose is for us to develop  neighbourly love and fighting  evil of our own free will in an evil environment acc. to the wishes of God, - to pass into the real life at death and then go into a new role. This is a game of life and death.

That there is life after death is shown by the Shroud of Turin, declared supernatural by the Italian Scientific Academy,  the only one of its kind, with the 3-dimensional photo image of a Roman crucified man from Jerusalem with all the features of Christ as described  in the gospels - 1800 years older than photo technique.

This is what makes the Easter gospel so revolutionary: We are actually invited to be co-simulators of new universes. Most do not want it - may the Big simulator and the Lord of Life have mercy on  all of us  and not discard those of good will despite Matt. 25.


Daniel 12:9,  And he said, Go thy way, Daniel: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end. 10 Many shall be purified, and made white, and tried; but the wicked shall do wickedly: and none of the wicked shall understand; but the wise shall understand.


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Easter is a time for reflection on life and in particularly death. I.e. on what the meaning of life is– and what life really is.

On 18 Nov. 2012, I wrote on this blog: The existence of our immortal soul is incessantly disputed by the Luciferians (Christ deniers) of the the NWO. However, there are so many near-death experiences, which show that our consciousness can exist outside the brain.
Dr Stuart Hameroff, Professor Emeritus at the Department of Anesthesiology and Psychology and Director of the Centre of Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona: “A near-death experience happens when quantum substances (in the microtubules of brain cells) forming the soul  leave the nervous system and the brain entering into the universe as a whole. According to this view, the consciousness is a program of a quantum computer in the brain. When you die this microcomputer could  live as a soul in the universe.

Vice: “Rich Terrill, the director of the Center for Evolutionary Computation and Automated Design at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory theorizes that a programmer” from the future designed our reality to simulate the course of what the programmer considers to be ancient history.
Nick Bostrom, the director of Oxford University’s Future of Humanity Institute, seriously considers the premise. He is one of the first to argue we might already be living inside a simulation.

The universe is also pixelated—in time, space, volume, and energy. There exists a fundamental unit that you cannot break down into anything smaller, which means the universe is made of a finite number of these units. This also means there are a finite number of things the universe can be; it’s not infinite, so it’s computable. And if it only behaves in a finite way when it’s being observed, then the question is: Is it being computed? Then there’s a mathematical parallel. If two things are mathematically equivalent, they’re the same. So the universe is mathematically equivalent to the simulation of the universe.  It tells me that we’re at the threshold of being able to create a universe—a simulation—and that we in turn could be living inside a simulation, which could be in turn yet another simulation.

Universe-pixelated-simulationA mind-boggling scientific article appeared last year: Constraints on the Universe as a Numerical Simulation”, in abstract in the Cornell University, Library, arXiv. org, 9 November 2012, co-authored by Silas Beane from the University of Bonn. It does seem to have very far reaching perspectives. In conclusion the authors of the report write:..”in principle there always remains the possibility for the simulated to discover the simulators.”

The MIT Technology Review 12 Oct. 2012 writes on this: “Silas Beane, at the University of Bonn in Germany, and a few pals say there is a way to see evidence that we are being simulated, at least in certain scenarios. If our cosmos is merely a simulation, there ought to be a cut off in the spectrum of high energy particles. It turns out there is exactly this kind of cut off in the energy of cosmic ray particles,  a limit known as the Greisen–Zatsepin–Kuzmin or GZK cut off…. We secretly hope that we’ll find good evidence of our robotic overlords once and for all.”

Mike Adams of the Natural News wrote on 7 Febr. 2013 It reveals strong statistical evidence that our reality is, indeed, a grand computer simulation.


What it means is this: Your computer display screen has a finite number of pixels available, and this is called the “screen resolution” such as 1920 x 1440. This means there are 1920 pixels across and 1440 pixels vertically.
Everything you see on your computer screen must be drawn and depicted using these pixels, and nothing can be displayed that’s only half a pixel. For example, you can’t draw a vertical line on the screen that exists between the pixels that are hard-wired into the screen resolution. Everything you view on the monitor — a computer game, a website, even a video — is essentially transposed onto the “lattice” of pixels that exist in your hardware.

Now, zoom out to the “real” world in which we live. As it turns out, our “reality” is also pixelated, just at a very fine resolution. This study out of Bonn revealed that the energy level of cosmic rays “snaps to” the “resolution” of the universe in which we live. The very laws of electromagnetic radiation, in other words, are confined by the resolution of the three-dimensional simulation we call a “universe.”

Pixelated simulation2PixelationThe conclusion is inescapable: If our universe is a carefully-constructed simulation, then by definition there must have been a purpose behind its construction as well as a Creator who built it.

There’s other evidence of this, too: Planck’s Constant, for example, is by itself yet more evidence that the physical universe in which we live is quantized to a particular resolution. In fact, even light behaves in a quantized manner, which is why “light packets” are called quanta.

Our universe, it turns out, is digital, not analog. Even your DNA is digital, not analog. You are a digitized physical being imbued with a non-material consciousness that transcends this physical simulation.

Upon death in the simulation, your consciousness leaves the simulation and returns to its source. This is possibly why people who have survived near-death experiences consistently report their experience as being a “hyper reality” that feels like it is “a thousand times more real than life on Earth.”

If our universe was consciously created, then it must have been created for a purpose. In his book “Proof of Heaven”, near-death survivor Dr. Eben Alexander, a neurosurgeon, describes the purpose in great detail on page 48 of his book: Through the Orb, [God] told me that there is not one universe but many — in fact, more than I could conceive — but that love lay at the center of them all. Evil was present in all the other universes as well, but only in the tiniest trace amounts. Evil was necessary because without it free will was impossible, and without free will there could be no growth — no chance for us to become what God longed for us to be. The primary purpose of life in this realm, it seems, is to experience personal growth and learn how to overcome Evil. This explains why we all seem to be surrounded by so much evil on a day-to-day basis.

At the end of our earthly lives, we are then judged on our performance. Your behaviour is being watched and recorded for eternity. Death is not final. Did we achieve a measure of self-awareness? Did we work to overcome evil? Did we express love and compassion and help uplift others with knowledge and awareness?
If all this science is true, it would mean that science has proven the existence of a Creator.

If you really look deeply into the laws of physics, by the way, you will discover that the so-called universal constants that drive the underlying mechanics and energies of our universe have been intricately fine-tuned precisely to give rise to a universe that can support biological life.

Where there is law there is a legislator, without him Chaos rules. Our Universe is characterized by natural laws.


Left: The front side, right: the back side of the Roman-crucified  man on the Shroud of  Turin, a 3–dimensional photographic negative from Jerusalem, 1800 years older than the invention of the photo technique. A 1988 C-14 dating of the Shroud to the Middle Ages has turned out to be a fake. All sciences recognize the Shroud  to be genuine – and the Italian Academic of Sciences ENEA has finally imitated the otherwise unexplained technique behind the photo: the strongest UV-Laser beam of the world. Since laser technique did not exist 2000 years ago, ENEA calls sthe Shroud “supernatural” (The Independent 20 Dec. 2011). Thus, the photo is to be seen as Christ at the moment of resurrection.

I think the comparison of the Universe with a computer simulation is correct. And I do think that death is not final in that game – that the developed soul will be passed on to the real Universe in another shape – also directed by the Creator of our Universe, – Heaven or Hell acc. to his judgnent of our will to follow the way Christ showed us (Matth. 25).

As you know, in computer games, participants have different roles – the stronger prevail, and the weaker leave the game. Only in the game engineered by Christ, the victorious are those who lose in the eyes of the world by not following the minions of the “Prince of the World” (John 14:30) – but fight this prince until the bitter end. The first ones show no character or courage – the latter ones do. He says: “He that hath my commandments, and keepeth them, he it is that loveth me: and he that loveth me shall be loved of my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him” (John 14: 21). Christ will forgive failures of those sincerely striving to follow him (e.g. Luke 7:36–50, the Lord´s prayer). For “man fails as long as he aspires” (Wolfgang von Goethe).

More and more indicates that the Grand Simulator master was here and left his visiting card.