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FIFTH Interview of Dr. Neruda

FIFTH Interview of Dr. Neruda

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Published by Jedidah
In this fifth interview, Dr. Neruda explains the forces behind this deception, what their agenda
is, how humanity has been enslaved from its inception to today, and what we can do about it. It
is, understandably, an unsettling narrative. After all, it exposes a reality where humans are
biological hosts of infinite beings, suppressed by deceptive programs designed by entities from
a different dimension. Humanity is unaware that we live in a designed reality, and that that
designed reality includes… everything.
Over the past fifteen years, there have been individuals who have written and spoken about
certain aspects of this deception. From the scientific community, individuals like Herman
Verlinde, Dr. Robert Lanza, Leonard Susskind, Gerard t'Hooft and James Gates. From the
technical field, NASA engineer Thomas Campbell. From a more philosophical perspective,
authors like Nick Bostrom and Anthony Peake. Scientific papers, too, have been released in this
emerging field of reality definition like: Constraints on the Universe as a Numerical Simulation by
Beane, Davoudi and Savage. These individuals, and others like them, are hypothesizing that our
universe was designed through mathematics or computer code.
This topic is relatively off-limits, reserved for theoretical and heretical thinkers. It shocks people
significantly more than the discussions of UFOs or government conspiracies, because it is so
fundamental. It is our reality, and the only logical conclusion we can draw is that we are
prisoners in a deceptive reality. It makes reality feel like a lab, and we are the unsuspecting lab
rats.
From the spiritual side, many of our mystics and religious founders have reported that both our
perception of the universe, and the universe itself, is an illusion. This theme is consistent in
religious and spiritual writings throughout the ages. And while the mystics lacked the scientific
vocabulary to define the scope of this illusion, they nevertheless understood that we, as
individuals, walk our lives through an illusory world that scientists are increasingly describing as
a programmed reality. The question that rises to the top is: ‘Who or what is programming our
reality and why?’
It is to this question that The Fifth Interview of Dr. Jamisson Neruda seeks to answer and explain in
layperson terms. It is understandable that those with a scientific or religious training will find
this disclosure difficult, if not impossible, to believe. Dr. Neruda is not trying to convince
In this fifth interview, Dr. Neruda explains the forces behind this deception, what their agenda
is, how humanity has been enslaved from its inception to today, and what we can do about it. It
is, understandably, an unsettling narrative. After all, it exposes a reality where humans are
biological hosts of infinite beings, suppressed by deceptive programs designed by entities from
a different dimension. Humanity is unaware that we live in a designed reality, and that that
designed reality includes… everything.
Over the past fifteen years, there have been individuals who have written and spoken about
certain aspects of this deception. From the scientific community, individuals like Herman
Verlinde, Dr. Robert Lanza, Leonard Susskind, Gerard t'Hooft and James Gates. From the
technical field, NASA engineer Thomas Campbell. From a more philosophical perspective,
authors like Nick Bostrom and Anthony Peake. Scientific papers, too, have been released in this
emerging field of reality definition like: Constraints on the Universe as a Numerical Simulation by
Beane, Davoudi and Savage. These individuals, and others like them, are hypothesizing that our
universe was designed through mathematics or computer code.
This topic is relatively off-limits, reserved for theoretical and heretical thinkers. It shocks people
significantly more than the discussions of UFOs or government conspiracies, because it is so
fundamental. It is our reality, and the only logical conclusion we can draw is that we are
prisoners in a deceptive reality. It makes reality feel like a lab, and we are the unsuspecting lab
rats.
From the spiritual side, many of our mystics and religious founders have reported that both our
perception of the universe, and the universe itself, is an illusion. This theme is consistent in
religious and spiritual writings throughout the ages. And while the mystics lacked the scientific
vocabulary to define the scope of this illusion, they nevertheless understood that we, as
individuals, walk our lives through an illusory world that scientists are increasingly describing as
a programmed reality. The question that rises to the top is: ‘Who or what is programming our
reality and why?’
It is to this question that The Fifth Interview of Dr. Jamisson Neruda seeks to answer and explain in
layperson terms. It is understandable that those with a scientific or religious training will find
this disclosure difficult, if not impossible, to believe. Dr. Neruda is not trying to convince

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