Can we access more information towards enlightenment maybe? or sixth senses? via meditation a bit like the Buddha may have done?
Perhaps i'm rehashing what other users already has pointed out, but: Buddha did not "access information towards enlightenment". Using your choice of words, moving towards enlightenment is conversely a path of relinquishing ...
The experience of infinite consciousness is listed throughout the suttas. For example:
AN9.41:12.2: ‘Why don’t I, going totally beyond the dimension of infinite space, aware that “consciousness is infinite”, enter and remain in the dimension of infinite consciousness?’
Also note that identity view causes problems and should be relinquished:
It is never a good idea to mix the speculations of the modern rationalists with buddhism. In buddhism, the location of consciousness is irrelevant. The thing to know about consciousness is this:
"He discerns consciousness, the origination of consciousness, the
cessation of consciousness, the path of practice leading to the
cessation of consciousness. ...
In this version of the story of Ksitigarbha -- Kisah Niat Suci Utama Ksitigarbha Bodhisatva -- it says that,
At that time that demon king is now Bodhisattva Ts'ai Shou.
I think that Yama is seen as a Dharma protector -- Eight Dharmapalas: The Protectors of Buddhism.
I think that some people or schools see Mara as beneficial, intending to test (and thus ...