As a child, Nur was seeing the future and had past life memories. In her dreams, she was transitioning between lifetimes, transcending dimensions and interacting with alien mentors. Unfortunately, she had nobody to share and explore her experiences with during the pre-Internet era of limited networking and research capabilities. Therefore, her early attempts to make sense of what she was experiencing were confined to studying books on astrology, palmistry, numerology and the history of ancient Egypt.
Despite the obstacles, in the year 2002 she began her intense study in the field of past lives, inspired by the abundance of knowledge on the subject found in the New York City libraries, bookstores and internet. In 2012, having moved to Los Angeles, she started receiving visions and downloads about God and creation.
In 2016, she decided to abandon all her spiritual interests and moved back to New York City to start her life from scratch. The visions and downloads followed her but she was determined to do nothing about them. In 2020, early summer, she got the call. She tried to ignore it but the urge to reembark on her spiritual journey was irresistible. With the help of professionals, she had advanced her introspection through the Akashic Record and galactic astrology readings, karma clearings, and past life regression hypnosis. Consequently, one of her life goals has been identified as bringing people previously unknown information on how the reality works.
The above is her purpose. As to her day job, she is currently working as a senior computer programmer analyst in one of the corporations.
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What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I'm a starseed. I was told that one of my life purposes is to bring unknown information to the humanity. So, I put together the visions and downloads I received by psychic abilities about creation to this book. I also added one QHHT hypnosis session.
What does the universe look like? Where is it? What else is there?
In one vision I found myself somewhere that looked like space—a huge emptiness as far as I could see, except for the universe. I didn’t have a physical body and I wasn’t in a spaceship. I was just there. All around me was black. The space had a rough texture as if there were big black dots loosely thrown together that filled it up. These dots were above a lighter-black cloud. Even though it seemed dark, it was also bright enough to see clearly without an obvious light source.
In this vision I saw the universe, and it looked like Figure 2. It was a stretched oval shape with only a tip of one side’s frame catching a bit of light, tilted at an angle of about thirty degrees. Based on where I was, the universe was in front of me to the right. I felt a deep sense of balance that I’d never felt on Earth, and I felt peaceful. These two feelings were very powerful and satisfying, like nothing else mattered.
I don’t use the phrase “other universes.” It makes it sound like the only difference between our universe and other ones is that their planets, stars, and galaxies are somewhere else. Maybe some of you also feel that way, but this is not true. Though I haven’t settled on a new term yet, I now use “other existed places.” They are on the left side, far away from the universe and also far away from each other. The one closest to Earth on the northernmost left side, I felt as if I could never leave. My time there kept extending and extending, and the word “naggy” showed up in the vision. It was an unpleasant feeling to remember that existed place. Below that one, a little more to the left, was not that bad. I had a feeling that I had lived and worked in all the existed places. I knew where they were and their dynamics.
Existed places are very different from each other and can’t be compared. Let’s say the universe is a board game, another existed place is a video game, and another existed place is a fish tank full of water, fish, and ornaments. They all have different structures, textures, dynamics, and realities. That’s why I don’t say “other universes”—it would be like saying “other fish tanks” when I am referring to a video game.
Meanwhile, the universe was expanding and moving to the right based on where I was. But it didn’t expand equally in all directions. Actually, the space where the universe is is not flat. It’s kind of wavy, like a delicate dough moving over a bumpy surface. It stretches out on the bumps, and on the flat areas, it returns to its previous form. That’s where the expansions happen.
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