plato
descartes
bishop george berkeley,
,
Introduction by L Lyott...

 

When I first created a theory of ‘true Reality’ for the novel Breakdown it was no more than fictional fun used to explain the paranormal and supernatural, but, as I developed the idea, I became more and more intrigued by its credibility.- this hypothesis can explain all that is inexplicable. 

On the right are the steps to understanding how the impossible may be possible and how there really may be doorways to other universes and time travel.  Below, in brief,  is some of the thinking behind the theory. 

The OMNIS Theory

The Hypothesis...

 

The true reality of our existence is of a nonphysical nature governed by the laws of science and the concept of infinity which, together, allow insignificant imperfections in the powers of our science to cause consequential occurrences of the impossible- the supernatural and the paranormal. The imperfections in our science also allow the powers of belief to influence our reality.

the twilight zone, the outer limits,
strange tales, comic magazine,
1. The Universe is Not Real

2. Infinity Rules

3. Science

4. Magic

5. Belief

6. OMNIS
cinema-seats.gif
Click on images
Please Scroll Down

        © Copyright  L Lyott  2018  All rights reserved.

Bd angled copy.png

Crucial to the OMNIS theory is the acceptance that everything exists as ideas and ideas only. Everything is borne from the acceptance that nothing exists outside of imagination and thought- 1. The Universe is Not Real. Next is the question of ‘So, if there is no physical existence what is existence?’ If we analyse our earliest big questions about space and time we can conclude that 2. Infinity rules and this leads to the assumption that there must be other existences, other realities and universes. If infinite other universes exist and 'infinity rules' is accepted, then we must accept infinity of 3. Scienceand that some universes will have perfect science and others will have totally unreliable science and, perhaps, the science of our universe is not perfect. Perhaps, imperfections in our science allow for the impossible to happen on very low levels of frequency and significance. When we look for examples of reality breakdowns we find so many!

How can the impossible happen? What science, if any, governs the rules of impossibility? What examples of impossibilities do we witness? Is there still a connection between our science and our impossible miracles? How do impossible events happen- by random chance? Or could there be something else? This leads to the suggestion that, perhaps, in the past, when people had far less knowledge and less science, people in the past were more prone to believe in 4. Magic. Could belief play a part in what may or may not happen? Is there an intrinsic link between science, belief and reality? When we look for examples of the 5. Power of Belief we find many. Can a credible theory of the impossible be suggested? 6. OMNIS is The Group’s model for how reality, belief and science may affect each other.

                                               To The Top