Friday, December 23, 2016

Journal: Hard Life

Through our mass media systems there is a seemingly constant, albeit standard, message that has caught my attention. It has to do with the difficulty of engaging and surviving this life. 'Life is hard' seems to be a common response to difficult and trying moments in this existence. Why is that an acceptable reply?

Life is not hard or difficult. It was never intended to be difficult at all. Why would anyone want a to live a difficult life? To learn? 'Some of life's important lessons are garnered from difficult times'. I have found this to be true, but that is because I am lost. It has been shown that we are capable of doing our best learning during times of ease. Brainwave activity that is conducive to learning is similar to those that indicate pleasure and concentration. We actually do our best when we are in our element, at our best. But, that is rarely the case. 

I had a thought. The thought dealt with artificial intelligence (A.I.). Whether or not A.I. Is possible is not important. But, if a highly intelligent entity was allowed to emerge from a digital environment what would it do? I would suspect that the entity would view this life (our existence) as a dead end and do what is necessary to expand consciousness and evolve consciously. I believe that an intelligent conscious entity would learn that continual technological advancement, that promises a better life, has failed in that regard. More technology leads to increased complexity not simplification and ease. Complexity may be a path leading to eventual simplification as chaos theory implies, but nothing else. So why not move toward simplification?

Life is hard because we have chosen a direction that increases complexity and  the difficulty therein. Conscious evolution is a product of idealism. I feel that it is best to live a life that fosters conscious evolution than what materialism would provide. Anything gained within the confines of materialism has to be left behind., everything gained through idealism is not.

Conscious evolution has been outpaced by technological advancement, both promise an easier more fulfilling life. Compared to technological advancement conscious evolution is at a standstill. Do we really need more technology? If given the choice between conscious evolution and technological evolution which would you choose?

Let's see... What do I want, another era of technological evolution (Agricultural Age, Industrial Age, Information Age, etc.) or mastering consciousness?

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Journal: Just Two

I have always read that there were three key aspects to the human experience. They were often referred to as mind, body and spirit. The 'mind' together with consciousness, the physical 'body' and environment and lastly the 'spiritual' connection to everything we experience that we cannot yet understand. 

I have whittled it down to two. There is consciousness within the mind and then then the physical body. This is something I have a direct connection with. Consciousness is the stage and I am a physical character upon the stage. There is a definite separation between the two. My current concept struggles with the physical environment as a projection of consciousness, but that is changing. 

I find myself leaning more toward an all encompassing concept of consciousness, leaving only one (conscious dreamworld), but until that becomes my dominant mindset, I'll have to wait. I am perceiving that there is something cast within the shadows and silence of my physical realm that my conscious mind cannot yet grasp. "Like a splinter in your mind"...

The reality that unfolds before me each day is as dynamic and unpredictable as the realities that I encounter while in an unconscious dream during sleep. There is a raw feeling of detachment from both the conscious (waking) and unconscious (sleeping) stages. I find that I am allowing the observer within me to dominate my perceptions more each cycle.

I am more interested in what I cannot see or experience at the moment. Everything else is a relentless constant distraction. 

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Journal: Underwhelmed

What is it I see? Too much of everything has become unimportant. Overwhelming exposure to so much that offers nothing in return. Where have those things that provide consciousness with sustenance gone to?

I see the motion driven by the system, but I struggle to find the purpose. Progress without purpose, with ever increasing complexity there is very little left to salvage. 

I am underwhelmed by the chaos. I have pushed the noise of that which has little meaning, of this existence, deep into the overtly abundant cracks and recesses. And I now face something else entirely. 

I now see something different in everything I see. It lies just beyond what my conscious mind can interpret, just beyond my reach. And, as this thought forms in my mind, I cannot tell if I am chasing it or it is chasing me. 

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Journal: Challenge

The most difficult challenge that I face is not focusing my attention upon all that I am able to experience. Difficulty lies in focussing my attention upon that which I am not yet able to experience. 

Every moment the dream narrative that is my life unfolds before me as my reactive mind chases yet another distraction. Where do I need to focus my attention as the magicians perform the trick that is this shared dream?

When I struggle with the challenges of this existence I often hear someone laughing in the distance. Laughter from a source drenched in self satisfaction with a healthy dose of overconfidence. 

I garner a bit of my own satisfaction from the sense that I am enough of a point of interest (pain in the ass) for them to find it necessary to laugh at all.

When I explore this level of this shared dream I am always reminded of what I do not want. My excursions into this realm are fewer than what existed in the past. What am I trying to experience that I missed on prior journeys here?

All challenges are accompanied by their own resolutions. 

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Journal: No Words

There are rare times in this existence where I simply am unable to understand events that occur in this shared dream. I accept that I cannot understand all that I am able to experience. I am grateful that I am able to learn to accept such events regardless of my own ignorance of how it may shape events to come. 

I do understand that I am where I need to be, experiencing all that is around me regardless of how I interpret my experiences through my limited and outdated frame of reference. Interpreting events within the dream regardless of the emotional component is important, yet difficult. 

There is one thing I am certain of. The most difficult changes are usually significant events that alter directions and perceptions ad infinitum. Change fosters growth by expanding consciousness. Change is a constant force within this existence regardless of our desires to resist it. 

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Journal: Do you believe in love?

If this is a dream, then what about love? What about all the other emotions? I had a dream about a woman. The connection we had was as real as any. When I became conscious the emotion remained, an unconscious remnant within consciousness. 

What is now just a memory is just like all the other experiences I have had either conscious or not. If an emotion is tied to a memory, even if the memory isn't within the shared physical material realm, is it real? If not then why not? 

If I believe in love then why would I disregard it in any form that it takes? A positive emotion void of attachment should not be dismissed. For a brief time it manifested within me, a creation that was beyond me. 

Meditation an dreaming are now the same, in between consciousness and the unconscious.  

Friday, October 28, 2016

2D Or Not 2D

Three dimensional perception is actually an illusion of a two dimensional reality or information and data perceived by the mind. Holographic principle supports idealism in that our three dimensional reality is an illusion (being that everything is created by the mind using a frame of reference, or memory based database, everything is an illusion of consciousness). There is a fine line between delusion and illusion. We refer to delusions (such as this one) when we are unable to experience what another person is perceiving. If a person states that they can see pink elephants of ghosts that we cannot see then we label them delusional. As I try and understand the nature of our shared conscious dream it would irresponsible to dismiss another person's perceptions just because they do not fit the reality we all seem to share. So when someone states that they can see aliens, then I say, COOL!

Information can be interpreted differently based upon the criteria or algorithm (rules) by the interpreter (ultimately you). Data in its raw form is 2 dimensional. Zeros and ones are raw informational elements of a computer operating system. The data has no mass and, for the sake of this post, lacks form. When you fill up your hard drive or memory card on your computer does the device weight more? Does the device grow in size? As we age and collect memories of our experiences does our physical self gain weight? Does our brain grow larger and our skull expand? I think for now we can answer those questions with, no.

The conscious universe is a two dimensional plane with many other dimensions stacked one upon the other. Sting theory states that there are eleven dimensions, but I will agree with ancient eastern philosophy and state that there are infinite dimensions. 2D makes sense regarding the non-local nature of this dream reality although it is very difficult to wrap your mind around what a 2D environment would feel and look like. If you would like to experience a two dimensional existence then this could be achieved with a psychedelic substance called Salvia Divinorum A. Salvia allows all psychonauts to experience similar two dimensional experiences under its influence. Salvia is a potent psychedelic that needs to be respected and used under a the supervision of a experience user (sitter) under the proper set and setting. 

My experience with salvia allowed me to perceive a two dimensional reality in that I could only see what was in front of me and to some degree peripherally, but if I tried to look to the left, right or behind me I could not. I was limited to two dimensions. Not only is there the visual entrapment of two dimensions, but there is also the physical restrictions as well. You actually feel physically sandwiched limiting your ability to turn your body. During one particular experience I felt as if I stuck to a fence (or the fence itself). I could feel my body, I could not rotate my view by turning my body. My experience was short lived and soon found myself back on my bed. Many other people have had longer (timeless) experiences in the 2D reality that you can read about online.

The holographic principal infers that our three dimensional reality is an illusion created by our conscious mind. And what we now are beginning to understand about our mind is that it does not always show us (interpret) what is actually in our visual field. The mind uses memory based upon experiences (frame of reference) to concoct/create our reality. Visual information/data is processed then interpreted and displayed. Your eyes actually see the world upside down due to the curved lens and your brain corrects the image so that you see/perceive it correctly. So what else is the brain doing that we are not aware of? Probably much more than you are aware of.

Gett'n All New Agey n' Shit

If you survived the New Age philosophical ideas of the 70s through the 90s then you have heard all about the light or luminous body, auras, chi and meridians. Well maybe there is something to what they were saying back then because a lot of it is still hanging around. If we are waves of particles that have snapped into being to construct our physical self then we are indeed beings of light or energy and nothing else. People that claim to see auras might actually be seeing something, or at least perceiving energy as information in the confines of their conscious mind.

In new age circles we have always heard that we create our reality with our thoughts and intentions. In a dream we create and perceive our experience in the same manner. Our dreams may have been trying to tell us something and it may not have anything to do with the experiences or the characters therein. Those characters and symbols are trying to get your attention. 

Hey! Look at what you are doing right now. You are creating and perceiving something that exists wholly in your own mind. Nobody is experiencing this dream but you. Look what you are capable of. This is no different than what goes on when you are awake. Remember this when you wake up. Hey! are you listening to me? Pay attention!

Most of the time we wake up accept our lives and expect our lives to be nothing more that what they currently are. We are not completely awake, but rather living in an inherited dream world. Memory serves a purpose so that we feel comfort to wake up in a familiar environment of this shared reality. Memory also confines us to this shared reality because it manifests a belief that this reality is the only one.

After my exit from the void into this reality I now inhabit I was able to change things within my conscious reality, but still had difficulty understanding what I was doing. Realizing of what I was perceiving and not being prepared to handle my perceptions was difficult. I struggled with accepting what I was experiencing and thought that I was delusional. I slowly pushed myself back into the well accepted idea of materialism. Even though I tried to find comfort within this reality there were too many things that did not make sense. Thanks to those that watch and try to control the creation and perception of my reality, I cannot allow myself to accept this false concept of reality based upon the philosophy of materialism. Whatever reason they use to condone their actions, those actions have brought about changes in my life that I may have never encountered.

I am changed because I can see that this reality is a dream. My unconscious dreams reflect my current belief. I do not run from that I do not understand. Many times a part of me stands still when being threatened in a dream. The observer within me show me how my thoughts and reactions determine the course of the narrative. The dynamic nature of dreams are consistent in both the unconscious and conscious realms.

Much of what I have written (a couple of months ago) in this post prior to the final edit no longer seems to fit my current mindset. Yes, I have been angry and frustrated. My mind was filled with resentment and vengeance. Funny when you shift your dominant paradigm concerning your perceptions of this conscious construct conscious evolution is no longer inhibited.  

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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Journal: Mindlessness

Mindless consciousness, is it conceivable? I can meditate or fall prey to a trance without thoughts. I can surrender to contentment and bliss and allow myself to be enveloped by a state of mindlessness, so it seems. But, this state of mindlessness is still conscious. Consciousness facilitates mindlessness.

I may not fully understand mindlessness as much as I am beginning to understand consciousness. I guess I am making the transition from achieving mindlessness to engaging mindfulness. I can understand that until mindlessness is achieved mindfulness is difficult to understand. 

The human mind is a terrible thing when in the hands of the uninformed and untrained.

It is not so important to know everything as the importance of understanding what to do not know.

I exist in the midst of the infinite unable to receive its abundance.

I have heard that we should live life as if it were your last day. I think a better approach would be to live this life as if you were already dead. 

Enough mindless prattle. I will resume my posts on idealism soon. I have been busy with the usual...

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Journal: Embrace

Prior to my paradigm shift I had hope. Hope was what I coveted during the turbulent years after the void. Hope is what I pulled out of my pocket to remind myself that my life would change for the better. 

Hope is an emotional crutch used when we feel that our life is not our own. Burdened by helplessness, hope is the intermediary, the ambiguity created within this reality anchored in fate. 

Optimism. When life is regarded as a dream, will I still need hope? The knowing that I am the dreamer perceiving that which I create, hope is about as useful as fear. 

Of those simple daily tasks, I do not hope nor fear preparing a meal or walking across the room. I accomplish these tasks without much effort. I am also an accomplished dreamer. Now that I have realized the true nature of this shared reality, this realization allows me to cast aside the crutch of hope and embrace the knowing of this reality bound by idealism. 

Dream on...

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Journal: Radiate

Radiation from their energy weapons are at an above average high right now. I have been experimenting today with an updated version of the device. It gave me some surprising results, very positive. The level of the radiation from my antagonists must be an indication of the current update's effectiveness. 

There are some things I can always count on. One thing is that when I progress in developing the device's strength there is always an equivalent response from them. Where would I be without their constant input? What else can they do? They are damned if they do and damned if they don't. This gives me comfort in a strange way. 

I want to thank the little bird for whispering this latest development in my ear...

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Journal: Spooks

I ran an errand today. One of my neighbors sat in a chair waiting and watching, as they often do, for me to leave. He made a point, as they do, to make a call on his phone letting me know I am being watched. 

When I returned, there he sat doing his part as a mindless minion without conscience or consequence. As I turned around in the intersection in front of his house I could see him staring at me with unfettered contempt. I stopped in the interesection to meet his stare resisting the urge to laugh. 30 seconds pass sitting in my vehicle meeting the glare from this feckless gang stalking watchdog. 

A small child sat at his side not realizing what was happening between the two people facing off in front of her. At that moment as I directed my attention to the face of the child I realized the ridiculousness of the contentious standoff. I then completed the turn then parked and resumed a rather nice day. 

These experiences do not happen that often anymore. When they do they affirm one thing, I must be doing the right thing. 

Monday, October 10, 2016


Journal: I am experiencing moments where I have the distinct feeling that I have been here before. The manner in which people behave. The manner in which I behave and respond to these seemingly repetitive experiences. The observer caught out in the open suddenly realizing it is exposed. This has happened before and so I have to ask how many times before? 

On the days where this is a point of focus there are many moments. I vaguely remember writing this some time ago, so it seems appropriate that I do so again. 

What causes this cycli-skizm?

I used to believe that I am repeating thiese moments because I have not made the right choices or I have not noticed something important. It is a lot like experiencing the same unconscious dream, like knowing the college assignment that was not completed as I am walking to class. Is this the case this time around? If so, then what do need to do or learn? 

Is this one of those moments when I am deep within an unconscious dream and begin to realize that I am dreaming? Most of the times during these lucid periods I wake up. Where do I end up when I awaken in this shared conscious dream?

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I feel a need to post more often when I am in a particular mindset. Since this blog is more of an extension of my virtual self and identity then why not put thoughts out there even though they may or may not be complete or significant at the moment. These posts will always have the heading of "Journal".

Thursday, October 6, 2016

One Time...


I was riding my bicycle on a mountain road on a beautiful morning shortly before this post. I was in awe of the beauty of this dream as my reality. I was hit by a thought from my past just after I passed through the void that I had written about in my book. I remembered that I referred to the people I saw looking at me, as if I was an exhibit at a museum, as time traveling tourists. "That's it!" I said. It suddenly became apparent that Nonlocality was the answer to how it was possible.

I struggled with the concept of time travel for a long time. I even concluded that time travel was not possible. I believed that I was correct. In a physical or materialist worldview time travel is impossible. To go back in time the traveler would need to calculate where the earth was at a specific point in time. Where was the earth on August 15 2001? Where was the solar system? Where was the galaxy or this region of the universe for that matter? Nonlocality or idealism renders those questions mute. One point that past, present and future exist simultaneously within consciousness. I never truly understood what was meant by enlightened people when they said that everything is one. Now I think I can begin to conceive of what that actually means.

When I dream, while sleeping, I can move from one place to another in a blink of an eye. One morning I went from being stuck to the back of a SUV in China to my backyard as the dream changed locations. I spent hours talking with people I knew working, laughing and playing watching the locations and people morph and change before my mind's eye. My childhood memories come alive and then I see myself as I am, as well as, versions of what I could become played out before me in a matter of, what seem like, seconds or hours.

When I am awake, dreaming this reality, there are the mundane aspects of this linear reality that occupies the majority of my attention. But, I can begin to understand my past experiences that have been so puzzling to me. How did those time traveling tourist know I where I was going to be? How did some of my antagonists know what I had said at one time in my life or were aware of my personal secrets? What was once a mystery can be solved by the nonlocality of idealism. The illusion of past, present and future governed by the construct of our linear perception of time has confined and confounded me. Those that are capable of mastering consciousness move through this dreamworld without the constraints of time and space. How much of my life have they seen or influenced? Do I struggle because of their influence or because I ignore what my subconscious is trying to tell me?

What If...

Let's take a different perspective on this shared reality and view your life as a dream. Take a look at everything in this reality as if it were only existing in your mind. This may b difficult to do, but considering what we do know about the mind and how it processes information it is not too far from the truth. When you sit in a room the only thing that exists is the room and whatever else you can sense. When you watch television the program only exists for you. Everything that happens during the program is there for you and because of you. You set off to go to work or to buy groceries. The notion you set in play causes consciousness to manifest the environment in order for you to facilitate the task you want to accomplish. No matter what you do consciousness is there manifesting everything within your immediate environment. No matter where you focus your visual sensors the mind communicates that sense data to consciousness and the dream coalesces before you.

When you dream while resting the dream serves you and the interplay of the conscious mind with the subconscious and unconscious creates a reality that seems somewhat distorted at times. It seems that if a dream lacks volition it seems wildly chaotic and frightening. When there is direction and purpose the dream conforms to an acceptable or comfortable narrative. Because we have accepted the notion that conscious dreams (awake) and unconscious dreams (sleep) are different (one real and the other not real) we do not try to impose our will on our unconscious dreams as we do in our conscious dream world. I have found that once you begin to accept that all states of dreaming are the same then your unconscious dreams take on a completely different direction, purpose and or dimension.

Note: I am trying to find the best way to discern resting dreams and awake dreams. The problem I am having is that conscious, subconscious and unconscious are difficult terms to use since I believe that we are only in one constant state of consciousness. I am not yet able to realize and manifest that concept in my mind; essentially waking up from all dreams by uniting all three states of the mind.

What differs in the conscious and unconscious dreamworld is that one is mostly private and the other is shared. Initially that is the case but as you restructure your frames of reference regarding dreams you notice that there are more similar aspects. The most significant change is that your unconscious dreams are not really private. My evolving experiences are proving to me that there is no privacy within the totality of consciousness. Differing dream states are illusions.

The time traveling tourists I cited in my book were people (entities, beings) that knew (learned) about my adventure through the void and came to visit my conscious dream in order to share and experience my dream world. How they did this goes under the speculative heading of "mastering consciousness". What was once fascinating and mysterious is now only fascinating because I cannot do it myself, yet. When we dismiss the false philosophical concepts of materialism and embrace idealism time becomes coordinates similar to GPS data that point to events within a dream or dimension (level, layer, etc.). This data must be accessible to the whole of consciousness that is essentially the foundation of the shared reality.

People, beings and entities travel through this conscious reality as if it were a tourist destination. I have seen and interacted with many different kinds of people. Those that I called 'others', tourists,  those that I claim that were trying to harm or kill me, as well as those that have came to help me realize the truth of my existence. I have caused people to run from me and have somehow become some kind of witness that reveals the presence of beings or entities hiding in this level of reality to the whole of consciousness (yeah, that's even hard for me to swallow...). There are beings capable of altering your emotional mindset or the shared conscious environment directly. The most effective tool for most of these people is our ignorance of the true nature of consciousness. That ignorance is being exploited in many ways.

So "The Secret" (a.k.a. the law of attraction) has not helped you to materialize and manifest your desires completely yet. Well, there are many reasons why this is the case. One of the most important aspects of this shared dream is that consciousness is manifesting the dreams for everyone within this shared reality simultaneously. Since we are manifesting false concepts of materialism we have established a rigid foundational mindset or paradigm that facilitates the nature of the construct. We believe that this reality is solid, tangible, material and physical, that was built by those that came before us and must be maintained, supported and protected. Cultural paradigms are enforced by social, national, political and religious doctrine.

There are enforcers that exist within my conscious and unconscious dreams that are there to limit the expansion of my conscious environment. What once were terrifying experiences have become benign reminders of this current level of consciousness. I used to look for a physical way out, another location to distance myself from those enforcers, nonlocality has changed that. I now believe that there is no such thing as the physical here. I have a sign on my wall that simply says "There Is No Spoon" (from the film "The Matrix) to remind me that 'life is but a dream' and all I need to do is wake up to that simple fact.

I can easily get in over my head with the seemingly limitless possible concepts of this conscious dream world. That is one of the most fascinating aspects of consciousness, anything is possible. It is frightening and yet truly humbling. What I am able to hold onto is my expanding appreciation for consciousness. I believe that as I re-frame my past experienced base references I can find what I have been looking for my entire adult life. I used to call it enlightenment, but now I think it is more along the lines of conscious emancipation.

So. I'll end this my current prattle here for now. Comments are active and unmoderated. If you do comment it will be posted immediately. I have received some messages on my Twitter account that some readers comments were lost. I do not delete comments unless they are automatically deleted by the spam filter (limit links in comments when possible). I assume that comments on this blog are being censored without my knowledge, email as well, oh well... I'll keep posting anyway. I can't really fight the system using the system itself, but I'll do what I can until I have mastered consciousness.

Next time I'll continue to explore this fascinating shared dream and talk a little about how consciousness may possibly be two dimensional rather than the three dimensional reality we have all come to know and love...

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Sunday, September 25, 2016

Time And Time Again...

I woke up this morning drenched in contentment and bliss. I have no reason for this. I had an interesting dream, but it was nothing that would bring on that level contentment. I really enjoy when this happens because it shows me my true nature. I tried to find a reason for my contentment, but I began to drift into a deep state of meditation. Consciousness was insisting that my state of mind was essentially very normal even though it is not the state of mind I am in all the time. It is funny and fitting that I then watched as time was stripped from my conscious reality as I drifted into a deep meditative trance. Dead silence in blissful contentment, mindless, timeless...

Time is that which we use to measure our reality. The entire solar system is a clock and sets the cadence for our existence. Our body's rhythm is set by the rise and fall of the sun. It is difficult to understand that time, like everything else, is an illusion within the dream construct of this existence. We perceive time differently depending on our experiences. Time usually does not fly by when we are waiting in a long line or slow down when we are doing something we derive pleasure from. Interestingly time is something that makes this shared this reality possible. History, photographs, the written word, video, memory, etc., are ways that we record events as they happen that allow us to participate in this shared dream. Memory sliced by time is how this reality was constructed and then inherited. Time is integral aspect of how we function, or better yet, how the mind functions or has learned to function in regards to the timescape of the now.

In thinking about how the mind functions we are not living in the moment, we are actually living in the past or reacting to past events. We are not truly able of living in the moment because of the manner in which we process information. The simple act of seeing is a very long and complicated process. Visual data enters the eye through the lens as reflected light at about 24 frames a second. The light falls upon the retina focused by the lens upside down. The image is transmitted to the brain where visual cortex begins to make sense out of information and the information is filtered through our frame of reference and then we see the information as an image in the mind. All this happens in a split second or less,  but what we are seeing has already happened. We are reacting to sense data from past events. The amount of time that takes place from an act to our reaction is mostly irrelevant, but it is still time nonetheless. For the majority of people it is not enough time to react of think about an alternate reaction because we are not able to view our reality as it truly is, a reality without time.

Creation and Perception

The mind is creating our reality based upon data it receives from the environment. Creation and perception is happen at the same time. Data is received and perception aids in the creation of the dream reality. Time is what we use to make sense out of it. The linear progression of time is how the mind records that which is created an stored as memory thus building upon the narrative that is our life experience.

Nonlocality distorts our perceived concepts of time. Past, present and future exist at the same time in the same point within consciousness and even only exists when we engage in thought that targets a specific past, present or future event. There is only the moment, the now is the only thing that exists and everything within our reality only exists within that moment. The linear progression of time is that which supports the illusion of past and future in a reality based upon materialism.

Nonlocality can be experienced when you allow yourself to drift into a memory of a past experience's emotions and sensations. I am now able to focus my attention upon a past event and then drift into a dream to a level where when I become lucid within the past event I usually snap out of it. My olfactory memory has even allowed me to smell the the past event as well. Are we capable of transcending time and space if we accept consciousness as a dream. If the mind is an instrument of dreams we could then learn use this facility to open doors to infinite possibilities within reality, not just this reality but others as well.

Multiple Levels of Existence

You may have heard about one of the deities in eastern philosophy that sits on a lotus flower and dreams of a universe and from its belly button a lotus flower grows and upon the lotus flower another version of the same deity sits and dreams of a universe, and so on. The concept of multiple levels of consciousness and universes is very old. String theory touches on eleven space time dimensions separated by membranes each having a specific resonance. These dimensions may be 2 dimensional in nature existing of information only.

My experiences supports the idea that there are many levels of consciousness and we move from one level to the next based upon our current level of energy or resonance. Although I have not encountered other vastly different worlds I have visited levels where the people are very different and when I had returned to the same place at a later time the character of the people changed to what I normally encounter.

I am beginning to understand that multiple levels within a specific plane of existence or dream world exist. The science of quantum mechanics provides evidence that particles are popping in and out of existence. Science believes that the particles spend time as real, or original, particles and then some time as virtual particles.
"Quantum mechanics allows, and indeed requires, temporary violations of conservation of energy, so one particle can become a pair of heavier particles (the so-called virtual particles), which quickly rejoin into the original particle as if they had never been there. If that were all that occurred we would still be confident that it was a real effect because it is an intrinsic part of quantum mechanics, which is extremely well tested, and is a complete and tightly woven theory--if any part of it were wrong the whole structure would collapse."
Where do the particles go when they are not here? This is a question that I have came upon many times in scientific literature as well as the quasi quantum spiritual online realms. I believe that there are several levels of consciousness. In popular culture they are expressed as parallel universes, and dimensions that can be positive and negative in nature.

When I lived in Hawaii at the height of the energy attacks, I left my apartment to go to the grocery store. When I stepped out of the front door the low level of energy I was experiencing was very apparent. The sky was overcast and the location appeared rundown. There was a sketchy looking guy selling something to another guy, possibly a drug deal. There were a lot of vagrants walking the streets and congregating in out of the way locations. When I walked into the grocery store most of the customers looked as if they were sickly and tired. I felt like I was just as sickly and worn out and wondered if my level of energy was responsible for my rather dystopian environment. I had never seen it look so bad, it was a if I was in another area of the city. The radiation from the energy weapons drained me of my life force and I existed in version or level of low life force with people of equal energy, or a reality of equal energy.

Crossing Realities

Since my time in Hawaii and here on the mainland I have been working on a device that is capable of concentrating life sustaining energy. The initial devices were weak, but they were essential in allowing me to counter the use of electromagnetic radiation to prevent me from ascending or expanding my conscious environment. The devices have matured and they are now capable of producing more energy and I can use that energy to move into other levels of consciousness, mostly ones where I am not always welcome.

The different levels of consciousness share the same environment and usually the same time frame. I have not yet experienced another time frame. I have not visited the future, but I retain it as a possibility as I continue to work with the development of the devices. The most notable difference in the various levels are the people that exist there. Lower levels of energy always exhibit people of the same level of energy and higher levels exhibit a higher life force and also a improvement in attractiveness. It is easy for me to discern between one level and the next. I am in a constant battle to offset the radiation that prevents me from ascending to a higher state of consciousness. I am not sure that 'higher' can correctly describe a certain level of consciousness it may be just another level other than the current one that I perceive to be better.

Sometimes I encounter people with higher levels of resonance usually exhibiting some higher level of wealth. I know when they are nearby, I can sense them. When I am close enough to look these people in the face I can tell that they were able to sense my presence, by their reaction. What usually happens is that shortly after we acknowledge our encounter there are a swarm of people that begin to run interference for them. Strangely it is similar to a dream changing character. The location is the same, but it is similar to dreams I have when I sleep when I a person in the dream discovers that I do not belong there. Sometimes the shift is gradual and other times it is abrupt. These changes are always preceded by an encounter with these people of higher resonance.

Could the future, past and present exist as other levels of consciousness? I cannot answer this because I have yet to experience the future in anything else than being caught between a deep meditative state and dreaming. The images were fleeting and, for lack of a better phrase, "dream like", but the events did materialize in my reality. Did briefly exist within a moment of time in the future? Am I always existing in the same point where all concepts of time exist, but only able to experience the moment within my linear perception of time? When I receive warnings from my subconscious or unconscious where do they derive their information from that would prompt such warnings?

Real Dreams

Are resting dreams different levels of consciousness? My experiences have shown me that resting dreams are just as real as this shared reality. My resting dreams have familiar environments that I visit and navigate with confidence. People within my dreams know me and some are even waiting for me to arrive. Some even call me by name and are very happy to see me again(?). Within my dreams I live a life that is very different from this reality. I learn things from my resting dreams that I apply in this reality and I show people in my resting dreams what I know and experience in this shared dream.

I had an experience where a woman driving by my home while I was in the front yard and wildly gesturing to someone that I was the one. She was pointing at me as if she was trying to communicate "it's him, there he is". I could not see who she was gesturing to. At the time I thought it was more odd than my usual odd experiences, and later dismissed it. I was having unusual dreams during that time and I was being ushered out of a lot of my dreams, mostly by men. The men would force me to wake up once they discovered me in the dream, I was even shot in the head shortly after entering a dream. During this time I was even warned that a Native American tribe was hunting me during a dream. What was odd about the lady pointing me out is that I did not leave the house for about two weeks prior to going out in the front (I work from home). Where did she encounter my likeness? My next dream featured some sinister looking Native Americans trying to find me while I was in the backyard. Did she tell them where I lived? As strange as it may seem this is perfectly normal now. Resting dreams are as real as this shared reality and when I have experiences, some violent events, and wake up I am able to renter the dream and allow it to continue; much like as if waking from one dream places me into another dream within this reality.

This shared reality is unraveling and I am trying to make sense of my experiences with a limited frame of reference. I am having difficulty framing unknowns with all that I do know. The problem is that I am beginning to understand that all I know is mostly false. I am starting to have more lucid dreams in environments that seem more real than this shared reality, feeling like a different level or dimension. What happens when I am able to remain in a lucid state within a different dream world? How do I wake up from a dream that was created by a limited frame of reference into one of limitless possibilities? Those that watch me in this shared dream are doing whatever is possible to ensure I do not make that transition. If past, present and future do exist within the same moment of our non-local conscious environment then in one sense I have already made the transition and all I need to do is make sense of it all. These posts are a means to this transition. I believe the posts contribute to changing the current paradigm within this reality, facilitating thought, manifesting change, disseminating possibilities...

I'm going to break it here and continue next time with more on time and even time travel, or time traveling tourists.

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Friday, September 16, 2016

Crossed Words

Just a short post I had to write since I could not get back to sleep this morning...

Something unexpected is happening in regard to my evolving realization concerning the nature of this reality within the confines of consciousness. I have been grappling with past and current experiences and they are now beginning to make sense. It is a lot like looking over a crossword puzzle you have been working on for a while, but today you look over it and those unanswered items make sense and the letters just fall into the right places. You begin to see how all the questions are related and dependent upon one another.

Yesterday I ran some errands and drove around the inner city and highways. My conscious environment was pleasant and mostly unobstructed. I am still in awe of much of what I see in relation to my new world view. It is interesting to continue living my life knowing that it is nothing but a dream. When I run into a problem this notion washes over me and something within me just can't be bothered with it. I accept it for what it is, just as I would accept a similar experience when waking up from my unconscious dreams during rest. I have to say that it is liberating in that it is now easy to detach my emotions from those experiences. Detachment was that eastern philosophical component that alluded me since learning about it some time ago.

One thing has occurred that was not expecting (how could I...). I just can't seem to care about a lot of things anymore. This is something I need to be mindful of. Emotional detachment as I have stated above is liberating, but I do not want to become a psychopath. I was once active in caring about the environment, but not so much anymore. I ask myself how can I care about something that is a component of a dream?

As I begin to grasp the concept of consciousness as an illusion created in the conscious mind as an assembly of temporal particles existing only to precipitate into this physical reality within infinite levels and dimensions. Why should I care what happens to me or anything at all? There is at least a positive component in regards to my detachment. I may not care much, but I know that it is what it is for that moment and I can step back and see it that way. At those times I am completely lucid and upon that realization I become a part of the audience observing this reality from a new and different venue. There seems to be structure in the chaos. It is a lot like being in the zone or flow of life, and because of this I am more inclined to go along for the ride...

I am deeply in awe of this new paradigm and there is still a component of admiration and respect for everything that exists within consciousness. I may have to anchor myself with this thought for the time being. But, there is the usual hustle and bustle of everyone else around me trapped in their materialistic world view that I just can't be bothered with (not always a good experience). I am experiencing tremors that are rocking the foundation of my frame of reference forcing me to release long held concepts I used to make sense of my old view of this reality. There is emotional pressure I can feel, but I cannot sense where that pressure originates. Interesting indeed...

What is another word that could describe a waking dream? Within our social and cultural context dreams are defined as fantasies, hallucinations, trances, dazes, hazes and stupors. I cannot find a word within the English language that best describes this new reality. Simulation or virtual describe something made up and something real is confined to the materialistic philosophy and tangibility (not really a word). Interestingly there are a lot of words that we can use to describe our physical experience within this reality.

Monday, September 12, 2016

Where Is Here?


I was walking on the strand in Venice Beach California one day and there was this group of guys walking together and a couple of guys were yelling at another guy saying "Get out of here". The guy they were yelling at yelled back "Where is here?". When I heard his response I laughed, but it hit me harder than it should have. I still think about that interaction when I tell myself that I need to get out of here. So to this day I still ask myself 'where is 'here?'

Philosophically materialism would make 'here' a place in space/time. Since we are spinning, orbiting and flying through space materialism's reference to 'here' is constantly changing. When we talk about 'here' in the sense of locality we mostly infer that it is within our immediate environment. "The principal of locality states that an object is only directly influenced by its immediate surroundings" (straight out of wikipedia). Thus, locality is rooted in the philosophy of materialism.

Nonlocality is very different and there isn't an easy way to explain it, so I'll take the first paragraph from wikipedia and then describe what it means to me.

"In theoretical physics, quantum nonlocality is the phenomenon by which measurements made at a microscopic level contradict a collection of notions known as local realism that are regarded as intuitively true in classical mechanics. Rigorously, quantum nonlocality refers to quantum mechanical predictions of many-system measurement correlations that cannot be simulated by any local hidden variable theory. Many entangled quantum states exhibit such correlations, as demonstrated by Bell's theorem, and as verified by experiment."

Now lets throw in a little 'action at a distance', source Wikipedia.

"In physics, action at a distance is the concept that an object can be moved, changed, or otherwise affected without being physically touched (as in mechanical contact) by another object. That is, it is the nonlocal interaction of objects that are separated in space."

Nonlocality is a principle of quantum mechanics that does not fit the materialism philosophy within classical mechanics. Nonlocality makes things a bit more difficult to conceive. In classical mechanics there is a 'here' and a 'there' that follows the principal of locality. Nonlocality of quantum mechanics would infer that there is only 'here', the notion of 'there' is an illusion. I say this due to the ability of objects to be connected or entangled regardless of the vast distances that we perceive to exist.

So there is no 'there'. How can we be sure of this? We can by something called quantum entanglement.

"Quantum entanglement is a physical phenomenon that occurs when pairs or groups of particles are generated or interact in ways such that the quantum state of each particle cannot be described independently of the others, even when the particles are separated by a large distance – instead, a quantum state must be described for the system as a whole."
"Measurements of physical properties such as position, momentum, spin, and polarization, performed on entangled particles are found to be appropriately correlated. For example, if a pair of particles are generated in such a way that their total spin is known to be zero, and one particle is found to have clockwise spin on a certain axis, the spin of the other particle, measured on the same axis, will be found to be counterclockwise, as to be expected due to their entanglement. However, this behavior gives rise to paradoxical effects: any measurement of a property of a particle can be seen as acting on that particle (e.g., by collapsing a number of superposed states) and will change the original quantum property by some unknown amount; and in the case of entangled particles, such a measurement will be on the entangled system as a whole. It thus appears that one particle of an entangled pair "knows" what measurement has been performed on the other, and with what outcome, even though there is no known means for such information to be communicated between the particles, which at the time of measurement may be separated by arbitrarily large distances."

When physicists talk about entanglement they state that there are "spooky actions at a distance" meaning that they can take microscopic particles (atomic particles) from the same source and separate them then change one of the particles and observe an identical change in the particle's pair. The "knowing" aspect of the system that communicates with individuals implies a network of some kind or sharing of data, but this communication cannot be detected.

An enlightened being walks up to a food cart and orders a hotdog. The cook asks the enlightened one what he wants on the hotdog. The enlightened being says he will have 'one with everything'... It's an old joke, but I hope you get the point. As I have stated in other posts, I really did not know what the was meant by 'one with everything' or 'everything is one'.  Nonlocality infers that everything exists within a single point within consciousness.

There is no 'there', there is only 'here'. When we apply our known simulated or virtual reality concepts to our shared conscious reality we understand that when a simulated reality executes on a computer system the simulation simulates distance and it appears that there is a 'here' and a 'there', but in actuality there is only a single point where the simulation exists and that is within the CPU. No matter how vast the simulated reality seems it only actually exists in one single point.

Call of Doody

Now let's take it a bit further. Call of Duty is a first person shooter video game (please substitute any single player or multiplayer action game if needed). The game simulates tactical war scenarios and the simulation is viewed through the eyes of the person playing the game (I am not too familiar with the game, I do not play video games, so I will speculate concerning single player and multi-player concepts). If the game is played in single player mode (player vs. computer) the simulated environment and characters exist on a single point on the game console or desktop computer. If the game is played in multi-player mode then where does the game execute? I will state (speculatively) that the game is probably still simulated on each of the payers desktop or console, but receives data from other connected devices to create a multi-player environment. So actions taken by one player effect other players as well concerning position, health, etc. And, instead of all players viewing the same scenes they are able to view the connected environment from their individual perspectives.

The environment of the game is vast. As a player you can get in a helicopter (maybe) and fly to another location. You can run from one location to the next and even climb or descend. You can talk to other players in multi-player mode opening a door for establishing relationships. You are capable of visually experiencing space. Aside from the physical sensations it is essentially very similar to this shared conscious dream of a reality we are now experiencing, but instead of the simulation (dream) executing on a console it executes in our brain via the conscious mind (subconscious and unconscious as well). What allows us to share the same experiences and environments (one of many levels and dimensions) is that we are connected to the whole of consciousness via our brain.

The brain is a transmitter and receiver much like a game console in a video game. We know this because electrical impulses within the brain can be measured and we can view regions of the brain with an MRI to see neurons firing. The brain transmitting information is easily measured and we can induce electrical signals to influence brain activity with CES (cranial electro stimulation) devices. I actually have a past post that shows how to construct a crude CES device using a home stereo amplifier (20-20kHz frequency response).

So we are all connected transmitting and receiving information at the macro level via our brainwaves and also connected at the micro level due to certain aspects of quantum entanglement. Currently we exist in a technologically diverse environment that allows us to share information. If we examine the past we can see that the sharing of information over vast distances has occurred without really knowing how this happened. I believe that common belief systems were created based upon information received from the whole of consciousness. The knowing that has always existed at all levels of consciousness as described by quantum entanglement facilitates the transfer of information. Please understand that all information is subject to interpretation. Just because the same information can be disseminated it does not mean that the information will be interpreted and manifested in the same manner by those that receive it.

You're Living In A Dreamworld

We are born and become conscious of this reality (or another reality or level) and we have experiences within the reality that forms our frame of reference. When we are unconscious during rest we create and perceive a reality using the frame of reference from our conscious reality. Since we are social beings we have experiences with others that are stored in the memory that constructs our frame of reference. Every experience we have in our conscious reality affects us and others around us contained within a single point of consciousness interpreted and perceived in our mind.

Think of it as being born and having a virtual reality headset put on your head immediately after birth, sort of like the film "The Matrix", but without all the other holes and pod. Your visual and audio experiences are all that you know and everything you experience through this virtual world contributes to building your frame of reference. Lets say that the virtual reality is from the late 80s so everything and everyone looks like Max Headroom or the Dire Straights music video "Money For Nothing".

Max Headroom via Wikipedia...
Your reality will be based upon the memories within your frame of reference. But because you have a brain and that brain is transmitting and receiving information from the whole of consciousness, as well as the other senses that you experience from your body, you begin to sense that there maybe something amiss.

In the book Simulacra and Simulations Jean Baudrillard writes about a not so favorite place of mine called Disneyland. Disneyland is a hyper (pseudo, para or fake) reality that exists to give us a sense, or allows us to compare a hyper real environment to our everyday reality. So, when we visit Disneyland we can experience things that we cannot experience in our rather mundane everyday reality. Disneyland allows us to separate fantasy from reality. The same can be said about Las Vegas. People go to these hyper real environments so that there is an alternate reality that allows them to compare and substantiate their individual concept of what is reality.

Video games and virtual reality hardware and software fall under the same hyper real category as they allow us to experience a reality that would otherwise not exist in our conscious environment. We are capable of plugging into, traveling to other environments, but we cannot unplug from this one. Or can we?

One particular question I tend to ask myself on a daily basis is, why here? Or, why am I here? I'm not the only one asking this question, but right now I am not pondering purpose. I am pondering location within the dream. I think to some extent there are a lot of people doing the same. If that was not true then why do we have places like Disneyland and Las Vegas and video games like World of Warcraft, Call of Duty and others? Why do we have religion? I think they exist because we know that this shared reality is an illusion. If we do not know it outright it exists within the confines of our true self. Although we willingly participate and accept this reality, there is a degree of dissatisfaction and emptiness that cannot be fulfilled. So in the current construct of materialism we attempt to fill that void with materials, emotions, people, dogma, and anything else that may serve as a means of gaining satisfaction or fulfillment. We do so because we believe that there is nothing else. So, we do what we can ultimately ensuring that the illusion is maintained.

So let's go back to the child with the virtual reality headset and because we are in a dream world governed by concepts of nonlocality 18 years have passed (not difficult to accept considering my long worded explanations). By this time the child has formed a visual and audio frame of reference based upon a virtual reality environment based upon 1980s concepts of artificial intelligence. The 18 year old has developed as any average 18 year old might without the VR headset. Now we are going to get a little mean and take the VR headset off. What does the person see? Can the brain of the person interpret the visual data collected by his/her eyes? It is safe to say that if the person could see the world it would be a very strange environment. The most important questions I have, is whether the person would be able to function psychologically as s/he attempts to adjust to this new reality? Would s/he accept the new reality?

Me, me, me...

Dreams are an important aspect of our human experience. Dreams are constantly trying to reveal to us the nature of our reality. The abilities we have during resting unconscious dream states are the same abilities we have in our conscious dream states. Nonlocality exists in our unconscious dreams because it exists as the foundation of our shard conscious reality. We do not have to worry about the psychological impact of awakening to our true self because we are being prepped for that awakening each time we sleep and dream.

I have awaken from a dream world and enter another when I returned from the void. I experienced periods of drifting into unconsciousness and returning to consciousness in my apartment. I now believe that this is what death is, or may be like. Moving from one dream world to the next, I may have unknowingly done this many times during my life because I have been somewhat reckless. My excursion into the void may have been the only time that I was able to remember most of the conscious parts of the journey. My struggle to reassemble my ability to speak and understand what words meant or how to form them remains the most significant experience after returning from an unconscious state.

The experiences that I have had after returning from the void and currently have continue to reinforce my belief that this reality is a dream. I am approaching my 18th year after exiting the void. It has taken this long for me to create and understanding of what had happened. I have survived those antagonists that participated in my re-indoctrination to this false reality and when I refused to accept it they attempted to place me in a permanent state of psychosis.

I now go out into the world and everything is viewed with a brand new perspective. Urban environments are an embodiment of the illusion of the dream world. The natural world reaches out and invites me take a closer look. Consciousness is constantly sending me information to aid in the expansion of my conscious interpretation. The progression has been slow, but now it is quickening its pace. Nothing can stop me now, not even death...

Next time, I'll continue with the non-local aspects of this dream world and my experiences with those that have mastered consciousness within this dream realm called reality.

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Monday, September 5, 2016

My Technicolored Multifaceted Reality

As I spend far too much time thinking about this it seems that instead of thinking that this reality is simulated why not think that this reality is what it is. We can state that we are living in a simulation or simply state that our reality is similar to a computer simulation.

In most computer simulations there are rules and these rules allow the entities within the simulation to function in a predetermined manner. In order for the computer simulation to allow the entities to do something different the rules in the simulation need to change or be altered by whomever controls the simulation. Within our reality, that behaves much like our perceived concepts of a simulated or virtual reality, we are actively involved in how the reality behaves. It is as if every moment our conscious reality is manifesting a reality based upon our thoughts, expectations and actions.

So is this new notion of a simulation is just another step in our evolution. Are we capable of seeing our reality as virtual now because of our current technology much like how the telescope changed the way in which we viewed our solar system? We have been taking baby steps throughout our evolution simply because we adhere to concepts that prevent us from creating a better reality. If we believe we are not creators then we must believe that someone or something is creating it for us. So we must then wait for someone or something to change the rules, save us, or whatever. How much longer should we wait?

We are actively determining how we shape our reality. So why are we not all getting what we want? We are in a way? And in some other ways we are not. Why? How do we make the shift to create a reality that is without suffering?

I'm not waiting for someone to come save me. I have wanted out for a very long time and I think I have tried a lot of things to get me where I want to be. In my reality I have run into some obstacles. These nefarious individuals and organizations that I mention in this blog are preventing me from realizing the true nature of this reality, or just my current reality. Why? Still no answer. But, as I continue to push myself to view my reality in terms of idealistic view rather than a materialistic view I am starting to see changes occur at a level that was not possible before. The most interesting aspect of shifting your perceptions is that consciousness finds a way to accommodate.

Note: What started out to be a single post has spawned far too many sections to be posted at once.
So I have broken the original post into individual sections and will post them when they are ready. Hopefully I can convey my thoughts and ideas in a comprehensive manner in as few words as possible...

Idealism vs. Materialism

The debate concerning the nature of our reality has been well documented in Greek philosophy and possibly beyond the recorded history of the west. Greeks noted that the world was made up of atoms (An Atom, now understood as, roughly 10-8 cm in diameter, consists of a tiny, dense, positively charged nucleus made of neutrons and protons, surrounded by a cloud of negatively charged electrons.) and used this idea to help describe our physical natural world. An opposing view noted that our physical world was not comprised of atoms but comprised of thoughts or abstract approximations of the mind.

Materialism (Democritus) supports the notion that our reality is based upon solid matter composed of atoms, a tangible physical reality that can be experienced by our limited human senses that happen in the human brain. Idealism (Plato) supports that there is no physical tangible world outside of our conscious perceptions that are occurring in the human conscious mind; abstract mental perceptions determine an object's perceived properties.

Plato noted that ideas, abstract mental perceptions, are the basis for our reality and that those ideas are products of consciousness. Everything begins with the whole of consciousness and the human conscious mind is what is allowing us to experience our perceived physical reality. Dreaming is a similar experience where the mind creates a physical experience during sleep where creation and perception are happening almost simultaneously. This helps to support my ideal that the conscious mind is an interface allowing us to connect to the whole of consciousness or our shared conscious reality.

Mind gives rise to matter or matter gives rise to mind. Modern physics has carried on this debate with prominent physicists like Albert Einstein supporting materialism and Niels Bohr supporting idealism (Quantum Theory); (simplified naming of physicists engaging in the debate noted). Materialism is most widely supported in modern science today and is the foundation of modern science. While both men were unable to prove scientifically their theories in their lifetimes, Albert Einstein may have struggled to a greater degree since his materialistic views supported the better accepted view of materialism that he could not prove completely (unified field theory). Although humanity seems rooted in the materialism world view with some still supporting idealism it must be stated that both cannot exist; it's either one or the other.

Note: Some of my earlier posts concern some new directions presented by Physicist Nassim Haramein and I have not revisited much of what I have written to date and will try and do so in the future. Haramein's work allowed me to look in new directions and influenced me in this linear progression to my present perceptions.

Double Slit Experiment

Although this reality is rooted in the concept of materialism, there is one specific scientific experiment that has kept the philosophy of Idealism alive and kicking for some time. This experiment delivered results scientists were not able to explain scientifically. Since the 1800s (Young's Experiment) to present the double slit experiment caused problems in the classical materialist view of physical science. Is light a particle or wave? Below are some very good videos from the Youtube community that can better explain some of the quantum carzyness that is giving rise to support idealism's simulations, virtual realities and dream worlds...

It is a wave.

It is a particle.

Enter the "Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser Experiment"

So conscious observation is influencing the results of the experiment. When you are looking they are particles when not looking they are waves. Simply deciding whether the experiment will be observed or not determines the prior state of the electrons even before the experiment is run. The results of the experiments are being determined ahead of time depending on the choice of the observer prior to running the experiment (WTF? moment).

Waves are potential states within reality until we are engaged into the act of conscious observation and then they snap into a physical (particular) form. This would indicate that all things exist as waves of potentiality that have snapped or coalesced in a particular form with specific properties. What else does this? The tricky part is that we are able to see (create an image of external stimulus using the frame of reference of images in our memory) by reflected light. If protons are able to change from a wave to a particle then what are we actually seeing? The actual particle or the perception of what the particle represents in our mind?

These properties exist in a catalogue in our mind based upon learned experiences. Where did all this information within the catalogue come from? Who created the world as we know it? Did you, or did I? I cannot remember wanting to create a world with so much suffering. I cannot remember conceiving a world with such a level of complexity. So who did?

Clearly we have all undergone some sort of indoctrination based upon acceptable social and cultural beliefs. There is a system that exists and we all understand what is needed to participate and understand the purpose of the system. So what is the purpose of our existence? Birth, school, work, death is the current paradigm rooted in materialism, but it is far from the purpose that would exist if we adopt the concept of idealism.

As I sat in my apartment in Hawaii while under the constant attack from energy weapons, I would have these conversations with other people or beings (???). I remember one conversation where a woman stated that there were people that had a lot to lose if I continued my fight. Those people have let me know their displeasure with my current direction. There is far more to life than we are being allowed to experience. Expansion of the mind via psychedelics have been outlawed. We are living in the land of the lotus eaters inundated by thoughts and actions that push us to continue the materialistic worldview.  

Belief systems confine us to a single version or reality. The waves of possibilities are hidden from our infinitely possible potential states of existence. If we were given the opportunity, or responsibility, to create our reality would we choose to recreate our current human condition? It is apparent that we not satisfied with the current human condition and we yearn for change, for a better world. Paradigm shifts occur all the time and yet we always end up "here"? We are shifting through minor levels of conscious states all the time. Time to shatter the illusion of materialism. Time to shift the current paradigm a lot further.

Next time, I'll take a look a nonlocality.

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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Simulation May Not Bee The Right Word

As I struggle to understand consciousness and or conscious reality the word 'simularion' might not be the best term to describe our reality.

Simulation connotes something that is similar like a copy, replica or possibly a fake, or something that is counterfeit.

Until I can come up with an appropriate alternative for simulation or better define and understand my relationship with consciousness simulation may be a good place to start, but it fails to adequately describe our shared conscious reality.

Simulation regarding consciousness is not meant to represent a copy. The term virtual reality may be more appropriate, but it connotes replication of a a real or imagined environment via a computer program much like the film 'The Matrx'. 

I want to use familiar terms and popular cultural terminology, but I must admit they fail to represent what I am attempting to convey. As I proceed I must concede that none of the above clearly represents my view and relationship with consciousness. Unfortunately the word 'dream' is a better way of defining consciousness, but it also suggests fantasy and possibly illusion. 

Consciousness may be some kind of simulated virtual dream, but conscious experience is also very tangible and real, for lack of a better term, while also being so much more.

In the past we have heard that we only use 10 percent of our conscious mind's capacity (in relation to the subconscious an unconscious). It might be better stated that we use less than 10 percent of consciousness. If I am correct in the notion that the human brain is just a memory based interface to the whole of consciousness, then we may just need to expand the amount of bandwidth between the interface and the whole consciousness. Once this happens then we would have access to the infinite possibilities within the whole consciousness itself. A grand awakening indeed...

Sunday, August 14, 2016

A Simulated Reality

Buzzards fleeing after feeding on a carcass as I approach...

Pertaining to this simulation, one of the first questions I have asked has to do with why or the purpose of the simulation. Sadly, I do not have an answer to that question at this time and I may never find an answer. I cannot fallback on some new age rational, it is the utter complexity of the simulation itself that makes understanding it purpose futile. Regardless of the futility of my quest, I am interested in obtaining a better understanding of the simulation.

It is difficult to describe and define what I want to accomplish. My past and ongoing experiences compel me to better understand those experiences. Nothing makes sense anymore. The foundation in which I base my concept of reality has shifted. My inherited paradigm is no longer valid and I question my experiences as well as my own frame of reference. I have woken up to the fact that everything I know is fiction. Now what? Try to throw out everything you have inherited a start with something new?

I am moving toward a concept of conscious simulation. A simulation where there are no deities. A simulation where I have the ability to interact, interfere, manifest and navigate within its physical reality and beyond its boundaries.


What about consciousness? Where does consciousness fit into the framework of a simulation? I am beginning to think that consciousness is the simulation, the framework or operating system.

Where is the simulation executing? Could the simulation be executing in the human mind? Could each sentient being running a unique simulation that is collectively expressed as our shared reality. The phrase "it is all in your mind" could not be more correct in this case.

Running a unique simulation is what we do when we dream and even in our dream state we share similar experiences with people in similar social constructs. What are dreams? Do they connect us to another level of consciousness? Our brain is not always capable of differentiating between dreams and our conscious reality. My experiences confirm that dreams are connected to our daily conscious reality. Dreams could very well be portals to other levels of consciousness (parallel existences). Electromagnetic radiation alters my dream experiences. When I wake up from a negative dream or one where the experience is one of poverty and struggle I can feel the effects of a strong electromagnetic radiation weapon. Are dreams being used to alter my perceptions or behavior in my conscious waking reality?

Consciousness must be executing outside of our mind also. Our natural world is a physical manifestation of consciousness. Everything within consciousness is conscious. Every single element and atom is conscious. If something is not conscious it cannot exist within consciousness (I will try to prove this statement). Consciousness is infinite in depth and in constant state of change. Consciousness has infinite levels where infinite possibilities can exist. Is the human mind our conscious interface to consciousness?


The human mind. What is its purpose? Could the human mind be an interface to our simulated world. Is the human mind a means of accessing the simulation like our digital devices access the internet? When we alter the mind then we can alter our experience, but what is altered? Are our perceptions altered? Is consciousness altered? Do our altered perceptions alter consciousness?

Altered states can be induced by the use of drugs as well as electrical, audio and visual stimulation. There is also the use of ORMUS (Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic Element or M-state element). ORMUS alter, change or induce the energy state of a biological organism. The energy or life force of the biological organism altered by ORMUS is heightened and attracts similar energy to the biological organism. I have used ingested "white powdered gold" crafted by a company formerly called ASC-Alchemy a truly permanently transformative process. Thank you Rose...

A device I use daily produces biologically beneficial energy. I could not have survived without the use of my updated devices. They provide me with enough energy to nullify the negative electromagnetic energy that is directed toward me on a daily and nightly basis. The energy alters and enhances the mind in interesting ways and may be responsible for my current perceptions I now describe.

Psychedelic drugs can remove filtering mechanisms in the mind and expand the mind's frame of reference. Psychedelics are abundant in the natural physical manifestation of consciousness. They have been used by humanity to understand and navigate our conscious experiences. Their use fosters leaps in human evolution and even our technological advances have been affected by psychedelics. There are reason why the use of psychedelics are illegal in most countries. Most of those reasons come from those that benefit from banning their use.

In my experiences the mind can be disrupted or enhanced which brings about degraded (limited) or upgraded (unlimited) experiences. I have experienced the uncanny access to information that I call 'knowing'. It is simply receiving answers or information. Answers spill out of consciousness when needed. Answers that did not involve standard cognition or even intuition. These times of clarity have been brief, sometimes only lasting a day. Most of the time when I am in a state of clarity it is often disrupted by electromagnetic radiation.

Ultimately the human mind is a gateway without a firewall. Anyone can access your mind and alter your experiences. American advertising is a prime example of how audio and visual stimulation can alter a person's behavior. My experiences indicate that there is an active organization within my level of consciousness that uses technology, drugs, chemicals and intimidation to induce fear in order to lower life force energy in order to alter your mind in order to control behavior. Pretty scary shit when you are unaware of what is being done to you.

Oh My God

A simulation is an easier concept to work with than an organized system of beliefs (aka the R word). A simulation better explains this reality because it is rooted in what can be sensed. In order for a simulation to be properly understood it must do so in the absence of deifying that which we do not understand. If there is no higher power then we are forced to figure out the cause. 80-90 percent of the population has or does believe in a higher power or deity for thousands of years and yet we seem to be on the verge of a war between the followers of those deities.

I have experienced orbs illuminating my bedroom as they passed through and have caught them on video surveillance equipment around my home. What are they? Are they conscious beings from other levels of consciousness? Do they exist to us as orbs of energy because we are very limited by our senses (limited visible light spectrum, limited audio 20-20K Hz) and ultimately limited by our frame of reference. 

I have experienced walking past a person or being that my mind had difficulty interpreting. It is a very uncomfortable experience when your mind struggles to frame visual information with a limited database of stored imagery. My immediate reaction was extra-terrestrial, but that may not be the cause. Extra-conscious beings may better explain what I experienced. 

Most of what I experienced in Hawaii was just a group of people using technology to scare the crap out of me. It worked. I was asking aliens and deities for help every minute of the day. Today, I a bit older and more wise. My last experience with energy sapping technology came from a beat up late model green van parked across the street from my home. The weapon was operated by a portly man in his forties. He was hardly a higher power and he was definitely not an extraterrestrial from what I could see. These attacks are now a rare occurrence because they are ineffective. They are ineffective because they are not viewed as magic, a higher power or alien. 

I have encountered people that can put the fear of God into me, a very uncomfortable fight or flight response. I have also experienced people that are able to stop or stall the flow of energy through my biological energy meridiums. These attacks can momentarily feel like a heart attack. How is this done? How can they read my mind and alter my emotional state? I have encountered some very talented people capable of inflicting harm without touching me. Are they demons or angels? Probably not. They are willing to kill to protect something. What are they protecting?

One thing is certain they are not deities. They are humans acting inhumane, and unfortunately there seem to be a lot of them.

The Real Secret

This simulated reality is constantly vying for our attention. One possible purpose of the simulation could be to provide for us within this existence. For those that are aware of this it is a beneficial relationship. For those that are unaware it creates a simulated reality that resembles a prison for indentured slaves; similar to our current human condition. To this day I have never encountered a person or being of extremely high life energy that was destitute. Most of them were middle class or wealthy. They are talented artists, athletes and professionals. There is something called "the real secret" and it is being selectively shared and used to exploit others; the majority of others. Have you ever tried to live by the philosophies of "The Secret"? How's that working out for you? Okay? Kind of? Not so well?

This simulated reality has been filled with distractions on every level hoping to keep you occupied and focused on something else. Those people that surveil me once yelled from a passing car, "you could have had anything you wanted". They did not understand that they do not possess anything that I want. After exiting the void and entering this conscious reality I was on my way to becoming one of them. But, I quickly found out that I could not relate to them and did not want anything to do with them. Within their organization nothing is free, everything comes with some kind of cost. There is a definite hierarchy with a lot of them stepping on others to get to the top.

I want to ascend to a higher state of consciousness and remain there. No one can give that to me. They are beginning to understand that no one can control access to higher consciousness indefinitely. I have already experienced it. I am just unable to maintain it when I am able to achieve it. That is changing too. Everything is in a constant state of change and that is the nature of the conscious simulated reality and it is a very good thing.

Me, me, me...

What is my role in this? I haven't a clue. I know that there is a good deal of attention in the surveillance of my whereabouts. When I encounter a person or being of higher life energy they take a step back and become very angry; as with brief encounter with a man in the parking lot of Simplay Labs in Sunnyvale California - he was livid. Or they become afraid as if I was going to harm them.

My most recent experience happened at a bank. The woman in front of me was a person of high life force and I could feel it. She became aware of my presence and the usual experience unfolded. We were wired or connected and the feeling of my thoughts not being my own was a point of focus. She conducted her business and then left. When I left there was a police officer parked partially on the median of the road just outside the Bank. I have experienced this in past encounters as well as a swarm of their minions running interference. This usually prompts a WTF reaction. Followed by a why are they so afraid of me?

I have seen higher life force people scatter as I walked through Half Moon Bay California downtown area, stop and quickly turn around and quickly walk away as I walked toward them on the sidewalk at Santana Row in San Jose California, or turn around while cycling on a mountain road after I pass by on my bicycle. Why? I believe the answer lies within the framework of the simulation. I'll let you know when I receive an answer.