Hi ThOR! Having read your web page, I can say that I understand your point and agree wholeheartedly that our human "seed" certainly does not constitute the whole of consciousness throughout the universe. But, to answer your question (however rhetorical it seems), I would only ask how far discussions might progress without having some foundation in the human experience? Worse yet, would you be interested in reading possibly deluded claims that someone used to be a 20 legged jelly monster from the planet xipsos? Having been a skeptic, myself, whose entry point into Reincarnation happened to be Ian Stevenson and Carol Bowman; I relate to the needs of new members who are coming from the generalized culture of Renaissance Science and a Religious culture that believes in only one life per customer. It is a seriously big leap for them to go from this background to Quantum Cosmology; and going there can often include swimming through a bilge tank full of strange and unfounded concepts that would possibly cause you to lose interest. I know that I have already gagged at some of the science fiction that exists on most other Forums. So, for my part, I would love to swap theories with you; but I would continue to hope that discussions on this Forum will continue to be human-focused for the time being -- only because those are the stories that have the greater veridical potential.