“Simulation Secrets: Don’t Be Afraid” by Casper Stith

"Simulation Secrets: Don't Be Afraid" by Casper Stith

"Do you ever feel like you're a player inside an incredibly difficult video game? A game where the rules are unclear, and the odds are stacked against you? A game where your actions have consequences, and where we often act as our own worst enemy?

This is because our lives are taking place within a physical virtual-reality simulation.

Since the beginning of time, mankind has been on a quest to understand the nature of reality and the true meaning of life. Albert Einstein spent the latter part of his life searching for this ultimate truth, only to fall short. The evidence is clear, and it is only a matter of time before mainstream science faces the fact that the current model of reality is outdated and patently false. In this book be prepared to learn:

How a bizarre experiment performed in the early 1900s – and replicated consistently ever since – clearly demonstrates that our ‘physical’ reality is indeed a virtual-reality simulation.

How we are interconnected in a digital, computed, multi-player virtual-reality 'game', which follows rules and has a clear and definitive purpose.
How consciousness is the computer running the simulation.

We stumble through life without purpose, often as prisoners trapped within our own thoughts. Understanding that we are living inside a virtual-reality 'game' with a scientifically-based purpose provides the impetus for escaping the confines of 'the matrix'. How can we play the game if we don’t even know we’re in it?"