A multidimensional hotspot is an individual or place that offers and facilitates a direct connection with non ordinary realities, available either to whoever approaches them or only to those who are eligible.
Individuals operating as hotspots are not usually aware of their functions, which tend to be completely incompatible with their belief systems and conditioning. The same situation applies to those who experience the effects of individuals and places operating as hotspots.
The characteristics of hotspots change according to the multidimensional realities they cover. Generally they tend to be prone to radical and dramatic shifts in their perception of others and themselves, sudden change of moods and frequent emotional instability.
A common element seems to be a deep alienation and inadequacy, the incapacity to hold a stable and coherent idea of their identity, a sense of void, with ample oscillations from ecstasy to torment, joy to sadness, etc. Despite these anomalies they do not necessarily suffer from serious mental disorders and can apparently have an ordinary life.
Hotspots produce spontaneous psychotropic effects, which do not require awareness on their part or on anyone who is affected. Those who establish contact with hotspots can easily access multidimensional realities and non ordinary states of consciousness. This is possible both through physical proximity to the hotspot or by distance connection.
Hotspots are extremely receptive to whatever is hidden and removed from the consciousness of ordinary people and consensus reality in general. They function as energy amplifiers, transformers and stabilizers. For example, they can draw upon themselves low and dark energies from other people, boosting the experience of high and luminous energies.
The above is merely a strategic and provocative reference to a most controversial theme, definitely out of bound for our ordinary identity and consensus reality. Its understanding may be possible only through direct experience.
© Franco Santoro