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Space, Time, & Consciousness (Part 2): Frozen Time Theory

Jack H. Hiller


One of the most interesting features of the out of body experience (“OBE”) is the feeling that time no longer runs, and during the OBE it is reported that they have simultaneously viewed past scenes, their current environment, and future scenes. In addition, all entities viewed, including their own “body,” glow with the appearance of being made of light. The frozen time theory (“FTT”) relates the absence of time running, i.e., frozen time, with the formulation of Special Relativity that photons do not experience time. Thus, FTT hypothesizes that time during the OBE translates to a fourth spatial dimension, such that the past, present, and future correspond to differing locations in the domain of consciousness.

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ISSN: 2153-8212