PART 1: QUOTES

Quote: "To arrive at the truth once in your life you have to rid yourself of all the opinions that you have received and reconstruct anew from the foundation, all the systems of your knowledge." -- René Descartes Quote: "We are secondhand people. We have lived on what we have been told, either guided by our inclinations, our tendencies, or compelled to accept by circumstances and environment. We are the result of all kinds of influences and there is nothing new in us, nothing that we have discovered for ourselves, nothing original, pristine, clear." -- Jiddu Krishnamurti Quote: "There is no logical way to the discovery of elemental laws. There is only the way of intuition, which is helped by a feeling for the order lying behind the appearance." -- Albert Einstein Quote: "We have no right to assume that any physical laws exist, or if they have existed up to now, that they will continue to exist in a similar man ner in the future." -- Max Planck Quote: "As a man who has devoted his whole life to the most clear headed science, to the study of matter, I can tell you as a result of my research abou t atoms this much: There is no matter as such. All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particle of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together. We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent mind. This mind is the matrix of all matter." -- Max Planck (founder of Quantum Mechanics) Quote: "Reality is the tip of an iceberg of irrationality which we clamber onto for a few panting moments before we slip back into the sea of the unreal." -Terence McKenna Quote: "The limits of my language mean the limits of my World." -- Ludwig Wittgenstein

This is a language which we have lost the ability to read. Science is stuck within tautology. it provides a different way of describing what is happening at the quantum level. Rearrangement of objects is change in the content of the information. the discovery of a new anomaly will often require theor ies to be revised. Chaos theory for example suggests that the universe does not abide by any strict laws of physics at all. PART 3: PHYSICS AND DIGITALITY Digital physics sees everything as information. not three dimensional and not in space or time. "Random" is really pseudo-random. but in this respect science is chasing it's tail and wherever it looks it will always find problems. The unfortunate thing is that the realisation of the "unreality of reality" has not reached the minds of the masses and has generally been parried around by the sciences. We hyp ostatize information into objects. but within it's own epistemological and ontological foundations. infact it was first called "Natural Philosophy". This is a Einstein quote: problems cannot be solved by the same level of consciousness that created them". it is a black box. Seeing as the universe . "Randomness" is a label given to something beyond the complexity of current scientific understanding. changes in us are changes in the content of the information. the message has changed. The institutionalization of our collective mindscape has suffered somewhat of a cognitive dissonace by the implication of quantum mechanics."The universe is information and we are stationary in it. We ourselves are a part of this language. The problem of science is its need to find problems to be solved. the so-called "laws of physics" operate within certain boundaries and conditions." PART 2: SCIENCE IS ONLY THE BEGINNING OF THE ANSWER Science is and always has been a philosophy (see Scientism). Within science is the existenece of hidden variables which evade science. The place it rarely (if ever) looks at is not out there.

As the three atoms bind together to form a wa ter molecule the interaction of the particles calculate the optimal angle and distance at which to bond to each other. Every chemical bond is therefore calculated. Every state is information and every change of state is a change in information. Words deny the uniqueness of each moment and each experience. reducing it to a "this" or a "that". They grant us the power to manipulate and control (with logic) the things they refer to. Words.45 degrees by moving toward the other hydrogen at that angle. So Below? Could what we know as our universe really just be the endoplasm of a holographic amoeba? Any object we might conceive of is really an abstraction or collection of other objects. within its semiotic space the "language" can be thought of as how the different parts communicate their relativity to each other. The oxygen atom uses yes/no decisions to evaluate all possible approaches toward the hydrogen atom. For those who are familiar with the cellular biologi st Bruce Lipton and his work on epigenetics you may see a correlation here. The car as an abstract entity is a storage medium of information. the universe is a quantum computer. Language by its very nature reaffirms duality because each word is a signifier representing a signified. two hydrogen and one oxygen. for example a car is made up of parts and those parts are made up of smaller parts etc. If a signifier exists without pointing to a signified . It them typically selects the optimal 104. As Above. particularly nouns.appears to be composed of elementary particles whose behavi our can be completely described by the quantum switches they undergo that implies that the universe as a whole can be described by bits. From this it can be said that the history of the universe is in effect a huge and ongoing quantum computation. PART 4 : LANGUAGE RULES EVERYTHING IN THE WORLD The destructive potential of language is contained within the very nature of representation. Lipton tells us that the cell membrane is the "brain" of a cell. force an infinity of unique objects and processes into a finite number of categories. Digital Physics tells us that all information is processed at the boundary of the system. To get an idea of physics as a software program imagine three atoms.

an artifact of our "consciousness". to explain things and "factualise" or "solidify" our reality. It is far easier to just accept the consensus definition of reality (a lie told often enough becomes the truth). Solipsism cannot be proven or disproven. The "problem" in tackling the nature of reality is that it is not something that most people spend a great deal of time gnawing away at and most people seem to lack critical thinking ability. it is something beheld in the moment of epiphany. because that is where the information that could potentially represent all possible realities also resides. Paradoxically however. who can join the dots and pass the baton to wherever it needs to go. We ultimately come to the realisation that all perceptions and knowledge. even science has it's limits in what it can explain phenomenologically. we are outside the system in the domain of indeterminacy. that is where all potential expressions of reality reside. The knowledge or realization of something of a higher magnitude is useless unless you are able to actualize it (to live. PART 5: PERCEPTION OF REALITY External "reality" is an illusion. We are in a very real sense encased within a bubble. A signified may itself be a signifier pointing to another signified and the physical object to w hich that idea referes is merely another symbol. I know that there are other people out there who can see a bigger picture. This is something which a lot of people take for granted. the more is shimmers and recasts itself to fit whatever beliefs we project into it and consequently we end up chasing our tails ad infinitum. our nervous system is a buffer into the void of ultimate mystery.then it is regarded as meaningless. . Truth is a pathless path and it cannot be named or handed to you on a plate. Ofcourse "we" are all in this paradoxical situation and "we" will all claim to be equally "real". For all I know. Whilst I may not be able to fully articulate what I mean to myself or throug h myself in these ramblings. the more we hope to tie things down once and for all. maybe I am the only thing that exists as I have no way of proving that anything exi sts outside of my imagination. breathe and communicate it without it becoming dogmatic). By the time we are holding the biggest picture idea of reality in our heads. We tend to think there is a class of things which are symbols and a class of things which are not but there is not a clear distinction between a signifer and a signified. a cocoon. It comes as a great frustration to be silenced by the ineffability of mystical experiences.

The education system and social structure is primarily tailored for the left-brain. . mythology and mysticism. The problem is that most people are creating their reality subconsciously and 90% or more of all ou r actions are subconscious. Changing those codes makes us see things in a different way because we bring new symbols in contact with us. PART 7: WORLD OF SYMBOLS Reality is at a very deep level a set of interrelated and self -referential symbols. it also plays out in a broader sense with regards to gender. Our subconscious has been hijacked and because of this our creation has become not ours but someone elses. By keeping people locked into logic they can be more easily controlled. PART 6: PERCEPTION AND DUALITY The "masculine" left-brain deals with language. whereas the "feminine" right-brain deals with emotions and is holistic. We interpret these symbols and therefore explore reality linked to a set of codes. Some codes have a stronger claim than other.including scientific work are not objective reconstructions of reality. The semiotic theory of magic states that a person is able to effect communication in their universe by changing the symbols they interact with. non-linear.e. Many other codes are less reliable such as those connected to our day to day lives. As a short aside. We cannot measure true reality. The magician seeks either a psychological change within themselves or an environmental change by changing their cultural coded symbols. intuitive. but instead they are creative activities comparable to artistic expressions (i. sexuality and the entire principle of duality. this imbalance is referred to by many as the supression of the divine feminine and forms the basis of mu ch of theology. structure etc. creative etc. Emotions and visualizations are a function of the right -brain and as has been hinted at earlier on thoughts create reality. not all of them are conscious. in fact the very essence of reality is its immeasurability. subjective). We interpret gravity accoridng to a set of formal codes that clearly and reliably predict its behaviour. logic and linear reasoning. What is particularly interesting relative to the right -brain is the ability for it to access non-local information outside of space-time.

An article from the July/August 2000 edition of Utne Reader tells how the ty pical American teenager of the 50's had a vocabulary of 25. the teenager of 10 years ago had a vocabulary of 10.000 words. Making art is a process in which the artist is continually articulating. .Art imitates life. refining. A more recent article from the Mail Online claims that some teenagers have a vocabulary of barely 1. A limited vocabulary literally limits the "resolution" of our symbolic thinking capacity. Consider then that as children we have been taught what symbols to use to construct our model of the World. it is a code. Words are also symbols. Distorted words create a distorted reality. In being a conduit for the formation of a new language. When we think about things we are really thinking about the construction and interaction of various symbols. Perhaps you can begin to appreciate how powerful language can really be. just as life imitates art.000 words. computer games.000 words (that's pre -school level!). which is simultaneously the subject and the object of the new language. the artist is shedding light on and participating in the creation of language itself. we are designed to think symbolically. and creating an ever -evolving form of symbolic language. How language gets created invariably leads us right back to the psyche. It can be speculated that the influences of television. our brains are all about finding and decoding patterns. there are studies indicate that the vocabulary of the typical teenager has dramatically dropped in recent times. and other entertainment media are largely responsible and have atrophied language skills. CONTINUES edit on 19-1-2011 by Zagari because: (no reason given) reply posted on 19-1-2011 @ 04:24 PM by Zagari PART 8: WORDS HAVE THEIR OWN POWER AND INFLUENCE Words do more damage than things to most people in our culture because they alter our perception of the thing they are associated with. As further cause for concern.

and predicate contains the hidden belief system that events are started by nouns ²by things. slow intellectual development and impair social skills. but will rather enjoy it. And this seems to be the final revolution. or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods. its interconnected nature is hard to miss. A statement such as "I left work and went to go shopping" might contain a complimentary reversal message such as "loaf of bread". that frequency would be the Schumann resonance. Our unconscious assumptions contaminate pure reality. a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude. so to speak. all in nature goes together.000 murders. m aking it impossible for the philosopher to see past the self-invented syntax of his mind. In first learning how to speak we generate reversed speech in the right hemisphere. The brain therefore is able and do es to process language and speech in both forward and reverse. Only poets retain the ability to feel with their language. Nowhere in nature do we find the separate categories of the sentence. increase agggression and hostility. ³Language based on the sentence composed of subject. verb. Furthermore consider that for very young children everything they see is perceived as real and by the time thet reach their mid -teens they will have seen an estimated 33. TV for example has a refresh rate which lulls people into alpha brainwave which is indicative of an unfocused.´ If we look unassumingly at the natural world. producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies. creating imagery that displays a truth all at once before the . Mass media is the most powerful tool used by the ruling class to manipulate the masses. TV has been shown for example to impact the sensory development of children.Interestingly studies by David Oates almost insists that all speech contains meaningful reversals. in the next generation or so. Quote: "There will be. and producing dictator ship without tears. apparently the subconscious can communicate in th is way. so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them. and no thoughts can be written down (or spoken) without unconscious metaphysical assumptions about reality built into them. The people who have given us all these "wonderful" new technologies know how the human mind works and how to modulate and manipulate us to their whim. receptive state. which can be thought of as the "pacemaker" of the Earth. is however not just the content of the media. but the media itself that is being used to subvert peoples' will. because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing." PART 9: LANGUAGE HAS LIMITS TOO all philosophy must be done using language. Our brains naturally try to entrain to the predominant background frequency. As one philosopher put it (Alan Watts). If we weren't living in such dense elecrtomagnet ic smog.

Nouns are used to represent especially pronounced or rigid aspects of our environment. Our problem. as new paradigms replace the old and our knowledge adapts to fresh observations. The actual problem was that the physical world. velocity. and so on. Physicality is merely one of the silently agreed upon assumptions made about the structure of reality that allows us to communicate meaningfully about it. such as position. is not something that can be communicated or described in its entirety in any way. saying only that it originates from a misunderstandin g of the nature of Truth. But the true physical make-up of the world is not our problem at the moment. of Truth. for a philosophical treatise to be taken seriously. being nei ther ordered nor chaotic. as it would be just as correct to refer to them as waves. and therefore. or patterns of probability spread throughout space and time. losing the extra dimensions present in more musical. directly apprehended presentations. In fact. to call the observed phenomena ³the smallest bits´ of matter may be misleading. th ey are relative. as reality itself is neither rational nor irrational. reality itself is unconcerned with the categories of the human mind. concerns the impossibility of ever knowing the true physical make -up of the world. But at their constituent level. but both at the same time. while verbs are used to represent t he more fluid and rhythmic aspects. Truth shall be synonymous with reality as it actually is. size. A range of definitions are possible. knowledge is always provisional: its validity is dependent upon certain preconditions remaining constant. how is it that they deduce that reality itself is rational? On what is such an assertion based? We must save this question for later. but ultimately. When su ch treatises concern the nature of reality. is nothing more than correspondence. Its conditional nature is exemplified by the progress of science.mind¶s eye. color.´ as Physicist Werner Heisenb erg has said. Its truths must therefore become linear and flat. In other words. Descriptions that point the way toward Truth may be called knowledge. but for our purposes. The so-called ³physical´ nature of the world is not a verifiable aspect of reality. Truth then. and the problem of most of the greatest physicists of the past hundred years. it must adhere to the strict rules of logic and exhibit a rational structure. Meaning. in this case. For now we will maintain that it is impossible to make such an assertion. we must define Truth. ³All the words or concepts we use to describe ordinary physical objects. with its supposed separate events . That is. Reality as it actually is. in this sense. but arational. means reality before words and concepts break it up into more understandable bits and pieces. In contrast. become indefinite and problematic. PART 10: ARE WE REALLY AS PROGRESSED AS WE CLAIM? The fresh observations made by physicists in the past century of the smallest bits of matter yet discovered are still struggling to find their proper context in a coherent universal theory of the physical world. Meaning allows one aspect of the world to correspond to another using various types of representation.

We have devised profound theories. one after another. ³We do not belong to this material world that science constructs for us. to account for its origin. the mind has but regained from nature that which the mind has put into nature. At last. We are only spectators. was nothing more than a way of speaking. these concepts were specially and deliberately designed by man to fit the workings of nature.´ perception alone´ is the only real quality that can be assigned to reality. as Schrödinger explains.´ . It is our current experience. We are not in it. ³It would prove nothing if nature had merely been found to act in accordance with the concepts of applied mathematics.´ This suggests that human descriptions of the world. are not aspects of the world itself. It reveals what there is. And Lo! it is our own. our body¶s tota l sensory awareness of our environment as it exists in its entirety before the names and descriptions we then unknowingly superimpose upon it become our only way of thinking about it to describe it to others. We all intuitively feel this perception at the deepest level of our experience all the time. down even to the most detailed and abstract of mathematical equations. we are outside.and individual objects. but are superimposed upon it by the linguistically trained mind. we have succeeded in reconstructing the creature that made the footprint. We have found a strange footprint on the shores of the unknown. although it hardly suggests any specific qualities at all. Author Eddington put it wonderfully: ³We have found that where science has progressed the fa rthest.

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