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Our most recent scientific theory states that 99 percent of the multiverse is invisible to us.

In fact, every current physics textbook makes this claim. Therefore, if only 1 percent of the multiverse is visible to us, the question becomes: When you view yourself in a mirror, are you truly seeing 100 percent of yourself...or just 1 percent?

Best-selling author Ishan Rami is joined by Dan Howe to answer this question and more in their new audiobook Your Invisible Body & the Quantum Universe. Get ready for a mind-bending exploration into the depths of modern science, consciousness, and metaphysical reality as only Rami and Howe can deliver!

Subjects covered:

  • The invisible matter that defines the universe
  • What are magma bodies and how do they shape our universe?
  • Dark matter reactions
  • Super particles and universes
  • Super interpenetrating universes
  • Shadow matter versus dark matter
  • What is plasma?
  • How magnetic fields give form to the universe
  • Magma universes
  • Electromagnetic universes
  • Dark bodies
  • What is super electricity
  • Quantum entanglement
  • Holographic mechanisms within the quantum field
  • Physical, astral, & causal bodies
  • Defining the quantum state
  • And so much more!

You do not want to miss this one-of-a-kind program!

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Prefect crap

where to begin? .. in short, brain numbingly boring, an insult to intelligence, and a bunch of other meaningless hocus pocus that is only interesting if you were dropped on your head at a very early age. it was a (terrible, if well meant gift) or I'd return it with the exuberance of a7 year old on a trampoline. spare yourself... pass this one up in lieu of ... well anything... It's an utter waste of brain time and a broken toe is likely less painful to endure.

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