PureInsight | May 7, 2001
Mirages usually occur over the ocean or in the desert. Scenes of houses, people, mountains, forests, etc. appear in living color and with lifelike motion. Some people consider them to be images of Heaven. At present, people attribute this phenomenon to atmospheric refraction, which reflects a distant scene to a place much closer to us. As a matter of fact, this understanding is simply a speculation made by modern science, which cannot otherwise explain the phenomenon.
There are many dimensions within the Three Realms (what is commonly thought of as here on Earth, in Heaven and the Underworld). Eastern religions speak of “nine levels of heaven” and “eighteen levels of hell”. Heavenly beings and ghosts all exist in different dimensions. We cannot see them with our human eyes in this dimension.
The frequency range of light visible to the human eye is 400-700 nm. The reason that we see objects is that our eyes can detect the light reflected by those objects. We cannot for instance, see the infrared rays that these same objects reflect at night, since infrared rays are not within the range of visible light. Even within the range of visible light, we cannot see very weak or very strong light. Our eyes can only see light within certain energy levels. The eyes of human beings are made up of the materials of our dimension. The molecules that exist in this dimension are the largest. Our human eyes, therefore, are made up of relatively large particles composed of the largest molecules. We can’t see into dimensions that are composed of particles made up of smaller molecules than those that exist in our dimension. Of course, we also can’t see objects in even deeper dimensions made of even smaller molecules. To our human eyes, the reflected light of these materials is not visible. The beings that exist in other dimensions, however, can perceive the light reflected by materials in the space of these dimensions, and accordingly, can see the materials existing there because the molecular grains which make up their eyes are different from those of our human eyes.
A mirage is a manifestation of another physical dimension. As the matter moves around within the space of it’s own dimension, so that movement is reflected into the space of our dimension. One kind of mirage occurs with high humidity air masses over large areas of open sea. Heavy with moisture, these air masses are also very dense. The water vapor over a large area forms a huge lens system under just the right combination of circumstances. It is just like a huge magnifying glass or microscope, which reflects the scenes of the microcosmic world of other spaces into our space so that it can be seen by our eyes. Also, objects in the mirage can be seen to be moving because the materials of other space are actually moving. Similarly, a huge microcosmic observation system can be also be formed by certain sets of conditions created by moving masses of various materials (Editor’s note: such as of air, heat waves, etc.) in the desert and other places, with which people can observe events occurring in other dimensions. Moreover, mirages often occur after a rainfall. The extra humidity in the air facilitates the formation of the lens system.
This explains the so-called phenomenon of the mirage. The preceding is my own understanding, please point out any mistakes in my thinking so they can be corrected. The purpose of the article is to encourage more and better contributions from other practitioners.
translated from an edited version of http://zhengjian.org/sci/sci/home/newscontent.asp?ID=9922