A is for Atlas – a mythological god who had to hold up the world on his shoulders. Wow, that would give me a headache. At the very least, it would be a pain in the neck.
An atlas is also a map of the planet Earth.
Now that makes me wonder; what if we were able to find an atlas (map) of another dimension? Would it look the same as our Earth, or would it be entirely different?
I imagine that the “worlds” in each dimension are completely different, and yet, there must be at least one or two exactly the same just identical twins are the same. If it happens in humans, why wouldn’t it happen in dimensions?
I don’t think there are enough hours in any of our lives to fully explore all the regions of our world. How many lives would we have to live in order to be able to explore all the dimensions – all the universes? Would we even want to explore them, or would we be fearful of what we’d encounter?
I love to look at other blogs containing pictures of places people have traveled. I love to read about the lives of people in other states and countries. It’s as if I’ve somehow shared the experience though I don’t have the time, or money to travel the world.
I wonder if there are other dimensions in the Universe, dimensions so close that only a thin veil separates us. Can some people see and hear through the veil? Is that how some of us are able to hear the voices of our deceased loved ones, while others actually see them?
Maybe “insane” people who have conversations with nonexistent entities are really having conversations with those in another dimension. Could it be possible that in another dimension people are considered crazy for talking to us?
A is for Atlas, a guide for exploration… Where would you like to explore? Would you only explore the planet Earth, or a space that only exists within your mind? Would you explore another dimension if you received its atlas?
*This is part of the A to Z challenge for April.