The Yggdrasil Report

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

There exist many worlds parallel to our own, and in each of them we exist also, albeit completely differently.

This has been speculated by a great many people, but now I know it to be true. Perhaps by accident I came across this truth, and now feel it is my responsibility to reveal it.

In 1976, a little-known Swedish physicist by the name of Sven Ragnarsson began research on the existance of multiverses. He studied in secret and made great progress, but by 1979 he had fallen gravely ill. In his final months he passed on his work to my father, until finally succumbing to tuberculosis in September of that year.

My father never spoke much of the project, except that it meant a great deal to both him and Dr. Ragnarsson. I was sure he told my mother much of it, though I never really asked her much about it, as my interest in the matter only piqued in recent years, after her death and my father's disappearance.

Yes, my father went missing in the spring of 2004, exactly one year after my mother's untimely passing. Whether he left in grief or if something terrible befell hi m I may never know. As I was planning to sell the house and was packing up their things that winter I came across my father's notes, and also those of Dr. Ragnarsson. At first I gave little heed to them, as I myself am a mere librarian and equations and scientific jargon don't exactly tickle my fancy. However, whether it was out of sheer curiousity or simple desire to read my father's handwriting again, I sat down and read the complete work. "The Yggdrasil Report," it was called.

I didn't believe it at first. I thought it was a work of fiction, more fantastical than anything I've come across in the library. It told of infinite worlds, stretching beyond time and space, yet at the same time right under our noses. It told of alternate pasts and alternate futures, alternate versions of ourselves and everything else. More intriguingly, though, it told of contact.

4 Comments:

Blogger Alice Velmont said...

That's very interesting. Do you know more about it? I'd love to be enlightened on the subject. I have a fascination with space and dimentions.

1:10 AM  
Blogger Leo said...

Hermod, this is quite interesting. Could you be so kind as to tell us more about this "contact" you mentioned.

3:35 PM  
Blogger derek said...

Your fathers name is Hildur, correct? What does Odina mean? Who is this "contact" of which you have spoken of? What is the importance of the hammer of which you told about in your entries on theyggdrasilreport.atspace.com/mjolnir8.htm? How can it help end this war? Who does this war involve, and where is Regma Hverga located? All of the places that you have spoken of in your entries, I have never heard before. Are they all names of planets?

Your blog here took place on august the 1st, but these entries from the theyggdrasilreport.atspace.com took place in july of this year, so you must remember something of the war of which you speak. Would you like to share more information with us please? I am very interested.

7:08 AM  
Blogger Esteed said...

Well met, Hermod son of Hildur. I have read your transmission on the website theyggdrasilreport.atspace.com and have a few questions. Were the transmissions read from the mjolnir extension yours, or is it possible that the Hermod of one of these parallel worlds you speak of made them? If it was in fact you, perhaps you could enlighten us as to a few of the mysterious math problems found by following the valkyries?

8:41 AM  

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