There are no certainties anymore. We now live in a moment where all is questioned and rephrased. In a way, this marks one of the major turning points in human consciousness, we finally have the courage and intellect to correct and complete our knowledge, moving forward into unknown territories. At the other hand, there are no certainties, no ultimate truths to hold on to.


When we analyze the facts and put all new discoveries together, we can conclude that nearly everything we think and feel as real is only an illusion. Space is a hologram, a 3D projection of a 2D blueprint. Time does not exist, and may just be a measurement of a holographic space “we” have created. Our Earth may be flat instead of round, as believed for centuries. Our origin as a human species may have been genetically modified and created from a far more advanced extra-terrestrial civilization. What is real? Where is the truth?


“Everything you’ve learned in school as “obvious” becomes less and less obvious as you begin to study the universe. For example, there are no solids in the universe. There’s not even a suggestion of a solid. There are no absolute continuums. There are no surfaces. There are no straight lines.” – Buckminster Fuller


The only thing we know for sure is that we exist, we are “here”, wherever and whatever that means. We can feel the Life within our veins, even if nothing is solid and our body is just a matter of frequencional manifestation, we are energy. That is the only truth! We also know from the Heart Intelligence, from the Source, that this Energy Force is Love. We are Love, we manifest Love, we create more love as we live.


“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”― Albert Einstein


If nothing is certain then surely Einstein was correct all along, in that reality is only imagination, and that it is only what is real and the source of creation of all we perceive as reality. Imagination is indeed far greater and more relevant then knowledge. Anything can be created, anything can happen, there are no limits, only an infinity of probabilities.


Putting things into a human perspective, we spend our lives, and time that doesn’t exist, in worrying about small details and realities that are not real. Energy cannot be wasted, but are we really living up to our universal gifts? Or are we spiraling in irrelevant illusions, chasing our own tails? The main question of our existence and where our focus should be is why do we exist? What am I supposed to be “here” for?  Anything else is insignificant.


Eli de Lemos