Are they just another name for timelines? Let's ask The Committee to explain.
Q: Esteemed Committee, our recent discussion of timelines brought out the comment that we might discuss and possibly explore parallel universes. As I just asked above, is this a different name for timelines, sequences of events?
C: Greetings and our welcome we again extend to you all, to whom these words come. No.
Q: What is a parallel universe?
C: Another universe, of which nine exist.
Q: Can physical objects of any dimension in our universe travel to or between them?
Q: Can our souls do it?
C: Yes, but rarely.
Q: How would a soul get to another one?
C: Through what humans have named a black hole.
Q: A timeline, a sequence of events arranged in specific order, is different how?
C: These two things cannot be compared. Timelines as humans understand them, can only exist inside or within a time sequence framework created by shifting light angles. Human clocks simply imitate Earth rotation. Other time sequences can exist where the same effect occurs, such as on the surface a planet orbiting a star. This has nothing to do with another universe.
Q: What then is the appeal or reason for using the term parallel universe?
C: The distortion perception of time applying everywhere. It does not exist in most locations in any universe.
Q: Why does a soul ever go to another universe?
C: To return to God, the true creator of all our existence.
Q: Shouldn’t we all want to go there?
C: No, you were created and sent to the universe you inhabit for specific reasons and purpose, to enhance God and make it better. Returning makes you less; it makes you disappear. You become part of God again and lose what your soul has. God does not want this; neither do you. Does a tree wish to die, disappear and return to being just the seed from the tree which created that seed?
Q: The human desire to explore, unpack, understand and know about something is nearly irresistible. Suggesting anything is either off-limits or unavailable, produces the opposite effect; we then want it more. Why is not recommended for a parallel universe or return to God?
C: You already know all about it; you benefit in no way, and lose in large ways.
Q: By travelling to a parallel universe, we lose our soul?
C: Yes, and God does not want this.