The Helmet of God and the parallel universes. Mystery or reality?

Being close to God has been a recurring dream for humanity. Everyone wants to know what he is like, what he thinks about humans, why he allows the death of thousands of innocents a day, what people should do to be happy, in short, these and more could be the questions that seek to be answered through of an artifact called the God helmet. A device that would allow whoever uses it, to be in the presence of who according to the Bible is the creator of the universe. Is it really possible to be close to God, with this technology? Let’s review the facts.

Background. American doctor reinvents neurology

In the decade of the 80s, the American physician Michael Pensinger, a neurologist recognized for his different contributions to science, created an artifact with the purpose of activating creativity in his patients. The doctor put a helmet on their head and then they were encouraged to write a song or imagine a piece of art.

However, despite the efforts of the scientific team that accompanied Pensiger, none of the patients achieved anything as proposed, but rather spoke of extrasensory experiences that indicated that they were strange non-demonic presences. Many even mentioned that they felt their body disappear.

The helmet of God, stimulation of the imagination

First, Michael Pensinger classified the experiences reported under the external conditionings of the patients, since those who considered themselves atheists only talked about how parts of their body vanished and others claimed to have felt close to God.

The neurologist pointed out that the patients had this kind of sensations, once the helmet of God was installed in the head of the assistants to the brain stimulation program, and they were locked in a dark room alone, therefore there was no human presence around that could cause these stories that shook the team, who did not hesitate to continue doing a study on what they discovered.

Which broke down into three large groups:

  • Agnostics: They perceived changes in their body, feeling that their hands, arms or legs disappeared.
  • Believers of the paranormal: This group of people claimed that they could feel close to a presence that did not correspond to the human, even mentioned deceased relatives.
  • Religious: On the other hand, this group that only represented 1% of the participants, insistently assured that they felt the presence of God and / or Jesus of Nazareth.

These blocks led Pensinger to believe that beliefs directly affected perceptions after brain stimulation.

Two theories about the helmet of God

After knowing the stories of some particular patients, the research team determined that there could be two aspects that establish the basic theories of the helmet of God.

Brain chemistry

Several researchers insisted that the result thrown by the stimulation caused by the helmet of God was only a variation in brain chemistry, after maintaining waves in certain areas.

The human brain is an antenna that can connect with other worlds

This study opened an intense debate about the brain’s ability to establish contacts with the afterlife or other dimensions, once certain areas of the brain are stimulated. What could generate in the future wonderful discoveries about what is outside of the reality that we live now.

In undeniable that there are thousands of things that humans do not yet understand, such as parallel universes, extrasensory connections with beings from beyond, even, the very existence of God is an enigma, because only through faith do some people claim to feel their presence but, nobody really has seen it.

For now, it is expected that Pensiger’s work will continue to be an open door to know if the human being can establish, or not, contacts with the creator of everything we know and other parallel universes through the helmet of God because the possibilities are infinite and although many consider this type of fact as something meaningless, they could be the wrong ones.

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