Do we live in a simulation?


Whenever I am writing a blog there is the challenge where to start. So, as always it is best I start from where I am now.


I am here because I am aware that this moment right now is always the latest edition of life.

And this moment moves incredibly fast…..! Let’s have a look at that for a moment.

As it stands, the whole universe as we see it is constantly moving at an incredible speed.

Just to give some numbers, at the equator the earth is rotating at a spin of about 1670 km per hour. We don’t feel that though, otherwise we would hold on to something all the time.

Our planet earth rotates around the sun is around 107000 km per hour.

The sun itself has an orbit of its own in the Milky Way.

According to NASA, the Milky Way is at least 100,000 light-years across. One light year equals about 9,460,730,472,580.8 km. The sun and the solar system are thought to be about halfway out from the centre of the milky way, which means therefore about 25,000 light-years from the centre of our Milky Way galaxy.

So, the sun and the solar system appear to be moving at about 200 km per second, or at an average speed of 720,000 km per hour. However, even at this fast speed, the solar system would take about 230 million years to travel all the way around the Milky Way.

The Milky Way, too, moves in space relative to other galaxies. For example, in about 4 billion years, the Milky Way is estimated to collide with its nearest neighbor, the Andromeda Galaxy.

So, you see that everything in the universe is, therefore, in motion. According to physicist Nassim Haramein , when you add up these numbers, you will discover that everything in the universe is moving at the speed of light.

And not only that, but the speed of light is bending as it cruises through the universe, thereby creating a loop that eventually will create a black hole.

As this is a huge subject, I will encourage you to watch Nassim Haramein’s free recording on this matter (available on youtube here). By the way, this linked video is part 1. There are 6 parts available all together. All worth watching!

So, if you are looking at all these facts, it is clear that everything moves very, very fast. This simply means that we are living in a world of constant change. Nothing ever is static apart from change itself.

I would also like to mention that although the speed of light (since Albert Einstein) is thought to be the absolute speed possible, there are theories that research the idea that the speed of light might not be the fastest speed possible but is in fact the speed limit of a SIMULATION that we live in. There is fascinating information available, such as contained in David Icke’s book The dream”

The idea that we live in a simulation is a fascinating possibility. There are two great movies that deal with this possibility: “Inception” with Leonardo DiCaprio and Joseph Gordon-Lewitt and “The thirteenth floor” with Gretchen Mol and Craig Bierko.

This simulation theory has also been explored by various scientists such as Nick Bostrom’s article “Are You Living in a Computer Simulation?” – and in David Chalmers’s book “Reality+”.

Recently David Icke has picked on this material and published it in his most recent books: “The trap” and “The Dream”.

So, I started this blog today, because recently my life has been changing very fast.

To me it is very clear that as time is moving incredibly fast, it is necessary for me to “jump on the train” so to say (more like a space ship really), if I want to really know who I am.

This has always been like this for me for my whole life and as a result, many aspects of my life have not been exactly usual.

So, somewhere along the line, I realized that if I want to go past the illusion of time and not get stuck in “old “ways of living, I need to be able to let go of the past pretty fast.

On top of that, especially since the beginning of the COVID period in recent history, the ability to be able to live in the present moment has had a lot more internal pressure added. Therefore, learning how deal with increased internal pressure is a really good thing to learn.

It was a few years ago that I heard an interview with space program insider Cory Goode, who pointed to the fact that our whole solar system is moving into a very highly charged energetic field that would cause huge consequences for the people that are living on this planet at this moment in time.

According to Goode, these consequences would include an enormous effort by what we would call the “ruling classes” to block the “awakening” process that is the direct result of theses cosmic changes.

I cannot verify what Corey Goods has been saying, but from everything that I read, hear and observe, I have come to understand that there definitely is and has been a huge effort to block our budding intelligence from realizing that this creation we live in is based on cosmic love and an incredible intelligence.. So, as far as I am concerned, love, truth and cosmic intelligence is what I am here for.

One of the side effects of this realization is that at the moment we suddenly had an explosion of friends that have gotten babies (5 babies in a time period of 6 months). As I never really had these little beings in my life, this is quite a change for me (and a steep learning curve).

So, over the past few months, I have had to learn to be with babies of various ages. There are so many things I am learning. It is absolutely amazing to see how quickly babies learn skills such as walking, co-ordinating their limbs or creating words by utilizing their voice cords.

But what is really going on in their developing consciousness I don’t really know. But whatever is going, consciousness and intelligence develops fast.

As a result, however, I am starting to realize that the process of learning actually never stops for us, and that every moment new skills and new understandings are added to a human being that is being born into this life. It’s amazing!

I also realize that there is no limit to the learning process we call life on earth and it certainly does not stop at a certain age. What I observe is that every moment gives a newer and deeper understanding of what this REALITY is all about and what is still possible to learn (and currently unknown).

If I then take this realization I have just outlined and look at my own life and at all the things I have experienced, it is clear to me that every moment of life brings new experiences to me and opens up new doorways. Continuously. On the whole I can say that each single experience I have had in my life, has taken me further and further into the mystery that is life and the source of all.

My task is therefore clear. It is to simply to stay awake, stay aware and participate in this amazing process.