How to Stay Safe from Cognitive Ionization and the Antichrist — Using Gradient and Superimposed Beliefs (“Quantum Thinking”)

The Antichrist uses the desire for singularity to fool you. All the while not achieving singularity, it plays a trick on the mind that can cause you to ignore yourself and produce internal dissonance. That’s because the Antichrist is bright and promises to be your way to success.

In our society, charged with incautious voracity and statement, periled by the flaw of passivity, there is an inappropriate inclination to assume knowledge of truth, even if it is tentative. In the actual field of science, it is understood that all facts are tentative of a better or contradictory explanation, but this isn’t understood well outside of that field (and even inside of that field).

This is because the proclamation of discovery, influenced by our modern (ionized) Antichrist, is usually something like 110% as loud as the actual discovery — sometimes even louder. This induces fiction into the belief system — by attacking what was not secured — the connotations.

This starts at proclamations of discovery, like, “Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun,” and they’re agreed to be correct — the methods behind them and everything seem sound. What happens though, is the declaration of fact becomes more prized than the facts. You are probably very aware of this through the sensational side of the media industry, but the existence of this phenomenon is quite more widespread than just a facet of the media industry.

Eventually, exhibiting “knowing,” even if it is ill-founded, becomes a virtue of the collective. There’s a mentality that develops. This mentality is the reason that the Antichrist is so powerful today. It is considered right to know what things are and have an explanation for everything. It is considered to be right to have found the singular truth to all facets of something, or at least to be sure about them.

People affected by the Antichrist go about their day-to-day lives feeling pride in knowing all kinds of “facts” about the world, but they forget the foundation of these facts — the practicality and the utility that were required, and merged into these facts’ meanings. That is, they forget the real science behind these facts, and they just assume all kinds of things are ultimate fact — ignoring the glaringly obvious fact that we have not explained reality.

The error in this way is not glaringly obvious. I’ll explain. One, this pattern disconnects from the real spirit of knowledge and discovery, two, it rewards falsehood, making its proponents probably wrong about all kinds of things, and three, it inhibits one’s ability to think by building an improper and logically erred foundation — possibly negating the possibility of any future discoveries.

The picture of having the answer has been more prized than actually having the answer.

This power of the Antichrist is what I’ve been calling, “the power of the ion.” (Also exists is physics and is much easier to see — not so tricky like the Antichrist.) Ionization, in the body, is used as a method of transport. This is because ions create a type of energy differential, which seeks to return to a normal state. It is like a pressure that can push an object.

Ions are procedural, which means they are demons (or, daemons, since I find the computer analogy very cool) — sentience is characterized by creativity, making it non-procedural, i.e. it is not dictated patterns (it is in opposition to death).

Procedural beings, as in systems of ordained pattern, as not considered sentient, but they can captivate us. This is because ionization is used for transport, thus we become like packages, flying forward to become delivered. This isn’t the best way to be.

One should not become an ion. (That is the way of the Antichrist.) Instead, learn to control and command the ions — they are useful mechanically, but they are not intelligent (they are technically thoughtless).

Remember, ions, which come in the form of cations (positive — with a ‘t’) and anions (negative), are simply atoms which, because they have lost or gained an electron, have a (non-neutral) magnetic charge. They parallel a similar phenomenon in the mind, which is to have fallen for Satan, which results in linear projection. The Antichrist is exactly that, a charged impulsive declaration — it is like a portion of the mind becomes ionized, leading to projections of thoughtlessness.

This does not mean that ionization is completely evil. Life has a light charge to it, but it shouldn’t get the best of you. Also, machines are founded on these principles of thoughtless procedure. The machine is made of these processes, these days, in the world of computer-science, called daemons. They create the material quality of the world.

It’s good to note that these demons are also not memories. They simply are linear projections. They give the machine movement and real size and dimension, but they are not the self. Instead of following God, they follow Satan — they move with the wind — they bring disturbance to balance — if you listen to them, they do not tell the truth, because their words are simply the interpretations of mechanical behavior.

In the body, there are lots of demons that are used to facilitate life and thought, some of these processes are referred to with names like, sodium-glucose linked transporter or magnesium transporter, which both facilitate transporting material across a membrane. Additionally, and more noticeably, the neural system uses ionization to transmit electrical signals.

(Great article on the uses of ionization in the body, here, with more on neural implications at this section.)

You see, in order to experience the story of the machine, we learn to organize, understand, and use evil. However, we have to avoid becoming evil. Remember, in the theory of the Fire, our natural inclination is to return to the normal state, which is like a state of nothingness. Cognitive ionization is the opposite of this, so it’s not intelligent, and if listened to will cause error, but, it does allow for a machine to exist, which also allows for real tangibility.

(We find real, inert tangibility when we see a choice between good and evil. This is the power of decision and responsibility, knowing of danger, to effect behavior. In our modern world, no danger and thus no rules would be horrendously useless — there would be no form — this hasn’t always been the case, but it is currently.)

How then, do we avoid becoming the Antichrist?

There are a couple of ways of thinking that aren’t well known in the world. These two ways of thinking are 1) Superposition of beliefs, and 2) Gradation of beliefs. The terms do explain themselves, but I’ll continue anyway.

These ways of thinking are in very stark (and welcomed) contrast to the less thoughtful way of only seeing non-contradictory binary validity.

While searching for coherence is the natural process of amalgamating information, the aggressive push for conclusion that is so common presents us with a rather flawed thinking system. Not only is this thinking system less capable of producing truth, is also stifles and hinders conversation (which was the cause of WWIII, in my story of WWIII).

We are exploring new territory, and while science is just a reverse misunderstanding of our initial context — really just the definition of broken, the more personal questions and stories we encounter are new cognitive terrain. While we may, in our context, have a goal of reaching a particular destination, we should not let it obscure the greater area of exploration.

Every word and every emotion, while perhaps as familiar as trees, are new terrain to know and explore. What we want to do is to account for all of Heaven. The rewards of “success” and “accomplishment,” are ultimately not difficult to conjure nor are they very mentally exciting. They’re just old, very simple and general ideas of comfort. They aren’t the real meaning of life. Inexpensive to imagine, we would have them if they were that important, but, as a race of intelligence, they aren’t our primary focus.

We aren’t just aiming for an incomplete comfort and solace — we are actually producing the archetype of perfection — we are creating the ultimate in cognitive bliss — well beyond what a trillion dollars could possibly envision.

That also means we aren’t just searching for the proverbial wrench of the also proverbial Ikea furniture. We aren’t just building a house, we’re building the gamut of intelligence.

we’re building the gamut of intelligence

So, by focusing just on the goal, if that goal is not a sense of nothingness, we become ionized. What happens, and this happens with religious scientism (usually of atheism), is that because something has been proved to be effective at something, its amplified to such a degree that it eclipses a large portion of the total available information. We think about how much this thing would improve our lives, and what we’re doing then is moving society in the direction of building the entirety of society off of these new findings. Soon, we’ll be in motor-oil land (or really a combination of new motor-oils).

It’s not that control over the material world isn’t an invaluable ability, it’s just our minds become ionized as a result, which skews the truth.

We could also call this mentality, “motor-oil thinking,” for a more professional phrase.

The reason this type of thinking leads to fallible thinking is it is inherently non-inclusive of all truth. (We remember the errors of partially engaged enthusiasm from other articles on this site.) It goes down a pigeon-hole, progressively separating from what, at the time, seemed unrelated.

Going against the grain of certain collective tendencies, I believe that life is about life, life is sentience, and we are not inventing sentience but instead realizing what already exists so therefore everything was created by a sentient being — the truth of this world is subjective to a living being — it is not of absolute irrationality, as is often the opposing argument.

That is, the truth is not a mathematical equation, as that means nothing by itself. Since the truth is a holistic being, instead of a segmented and mutually self-estranged being, as it all has to do with our lives, the answers to reality are deeper than what are immediately observed in scientific discovery (truth by repeatable demonstration).

Simply said, interdisciplinary understanding is, I believe, useful for understanding reality on a deeper level and gaining a natural intuition for truth. If you can see the biggest picture of reality, and see that it all applies to living, then I think you can notice and find truth and discern fiction less mechanically and more like you understand life. (You, too, are increasingly sentient, what would you do? And how could it differ from others?)

Here’s a thought experiment. Assume that literally everything is fact — every thing you hear or say or see, everything. I want you to notice that mechanically, you are still thinking about it. You mechanically know truth in that case. This is because you’re accepting mechanical action without judging it or affiliating with it.

Now think about this could actually be true — everything being a fact. This is the way to escape the pigeon-hole. It could be true if everyone was speaking a different language. (This also demonstrates themes of the story of the KGB — the story of illusory perception — possibly the reason for the fall of the Tower of Babble — a language that does not denotatively indicate truth — something that was hard to understand.)

What if everyone is speaking the truth in a different way, and all of your perceptions were actually indicating truth, even if the norms of understanding — the chants of the environment — illude the most basic of sensing. In this world, there’s no reason to become ionized.

Let’s say that the word wasn’t just in different languages, however. Let’s say, instead, all statements are technically true. This would be possible if there was always a secret. That is, if the world was unknowable in its totality, then it would be possible for all statements to be technically true, due to a deeper but invisible understanding of the nature of all things.

Does your mind stop thinking in this case? Do you become stupid? No, you don’t; you keep thinking, because what you’re contemplating has to due with the origin and fundamental workings of the mind. These fundamental natures, or stories, I believe, pervade all of the fields of science and understanding.

That is because it makes sense that what we’re doing here is something different and less isolated than contextual math problems. (We can just break Heaven in a different way and get a whole new science.)

(It’s still worth considering that we may be able to beat Mars to Paradise.)

Now, for a third thought experiment, believe everything is true and/or false, in different combinations, in different ways, based on some kind of meaningful secret that one could only intuitively know.

Now the world sounds a whole lot different, because you’re reading your self. A lot of people have experience with synchronicity, and as far as practicality has been concerned, there’s no concrete evidence. However, for our reality to convey evidence would be to say something, and perhaps that word isn’t preferred in this case. Perhaps we did it this way on purpose — an invisible truth to it all, to fool the sinners, to keep peace in Heaven.

Certainly, deep spirituality is associated more with serenity and meditation than is aggressive fact-obsession. That is to say, in the light of the evil of ionized behavior — the thoughtlessness of its decisions and the cold mechanics of its pure machinery — it would seem that the internal search for serenity, of balance and harmony, is clearly superior to the aggressive and vectorized jolting of semantic prejudice.

That is, the world is not just made of right and wrong — tools to correct the error of guess. It is made of emotions, stories, and patterns that change with context. The world is a lot bigger than a specialization. Everything means something, as everything is a topic worth considering.

Similarly to superpositioned beliefs and thinking, gradated beliefs allow one to partially believe many different things. If you can understand something to be true, then it means something which indicates truth, in some way (even if it is mixed with Satan, which one should be careful about). That is, you can always be thinking, not just when you’re formulating constructions.

I think this may be why some people lose some imagination when they get older. Aside from possibly neglecting angels (covered in CAT or the third state), binary resolution results in a plain world (black and white, really). What you’re trying to do, with this lesson, is actually look at and see the mind itself, to find a true perspective of reality.

It is to see that the reason for everything is not a sequence of arbitrary procedures, but it is, instead, a truly real reason that pertains directly to the deepest desires of the inhabitants of the reality.

The thing is, if you solely practice unified binary resolution, you’ll miss out on possibly all of the true intelligence out there. I know, there is a strong opposition to this understanding, that states all real meaning is explained by our field of science in confirmation or rejection, but, I truly believe that existence is naturally sentient and naturally takes care of itself, and so this world is an unnatural area of consciousness that we are exploring, and thus we aren’t really that far from our possibly prior way of Heavenly existence; we’re just working on something, but we have become worryingly blinded, and a large reason is due to becoming ionized (and forgetting truth), painting the world plain (binary thinking), and a forced and narrow perspective of reality (pigeon-holes of contextual and disconnected truth).

You need to learn to observe reality for yourself. The ionized flares of state that are abundant in our world should not harm you, and with “quantum thinking” (this article), you can remain safe from the temptations of Satan.

You may feel inclined, in this heavily ionized world, to remember the famous passage from the Bible:

Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me…

Psalm 23:4

I imagine that right now, you’re feeling a bit like Alice. Hmm? Tumbling down the pigeon-hole?

(Edited from The Matrix)

Remember, though, the eyes are ionized by Satan, as that’s what we’re looking at, so you can see the good in it, while avoiding becoming Satan. (Breaking a perfect environment can add style, but breaking broken looks terrible. Satan is broken, which looks stylish, sophisticated, and clever, from Heaven, but twice changed didn’t look appealing.)

The Story of the KGB and How to not Judge Others (and Yourself)

You’re might feel hate for this article. Something about it sounds wrong.

The habit of judging can be a distressing automatic mental inclination, but it can be solved!

Especially after reading all of these articles, as I like to remain aware, one might notice a lot of flaws in other people’s thinking. What this may do is create this feeling of judgement, even if the judging was not a deliberate decision, when others seem incorrect.

However, there is a great story of consciousness which solves this. This story I call the Story of the KGB (Archangel of the KGB, as you can explain reality this way; I define Archangel as an angel that can completely explain reality and thus accounts for a complete reality).

Being rather uneducated about the KGB (who isn’t? — they are shadow people in the collective memory — we know the personality of the CIA and even the Nazis waaaay better), I find this circumstance to be ideal for understanding this story, and thus, the name, “KGB” makes sense.

However, in the collective consciousness, there is a strong (although presumptive) understanding of the KGB — it is a social awareness of something that we relate to this term. (One may wonder, as Carl Jung may believe, that these social understandings indicate a type of psychic (or radio-like) activity, as they may be perhaps stronger and more explained than one would expect from having just heard/witnessed references — still, this has not been clearly demonstrated.)

So, remember, what do you think of when you think of, “KGB?” There are a few cartoons (and James Bond movies) out there which reference and allude to some relevant themes, but our awareness seems, to me, to possibly be a bit more insightful than the collection of media ventures could convey.

In our collective awareness, there’s a feeling of this word, “KGB,” that I think most of us are well aware of. This notion didn’t come from nowhere, but it doesn’t seem to be only coming from media and direct observation of people. (Relatively little of it comes from records of history, it seems.)

The story of the KGB and its meaning potentially provides for a very secure radio channel, and this may explain some of these observations.

All of the cognitive radio channels are stories of our existence — they are, at least primarily, the Archangels. This differs from our common radio machine channels, which are linear projections of mathematically predictable functions. Instead, for a radio signal to be salient to a conscious being, it has to represent a true story of our existence — these are fundamental to our minds and thus very familiar (sin and cosine waves are likely completely or mostly just Satan — meaningless); we know and feel familiar with the true stories without explicit learning.

However, while we know the divine stories, sometimes we can make mistakes, particularly while in the face of the antichrist. The one I found (and I experienced this issue too) that was the most commonly unsolved — the most commonly left for dead — was this one particular angel (the Angel of the KGB). I suppose that the “shadow-people” that are often reported with schizophrenia are closely tied to this divine yet neglected story (even if it was not intentionally neglected, as is usually the case).

See, you may think this story is a demon, and that’s why it’s hard to know. In this story, the universe was created through haste. Because there was no way of perceiving it before, a solution needed to be found, even if it was imperfect. Therefore, in this world, all perception was created a little hastily, and was thus was inherently inaccurate. This story covers the notion of the inherent inaccuracy of perception.

This angel may be considered to be black, like a black machine, as the fundamental understanding that sustains this reality is that we cannot see the truth — it is hidden in the shadows of reality. However, even though we cannot see the truth, we are naturally aware of the truth, evident by the inclination towards life. That is, while the truth is hidden, it is not unknowable — it can be known through understanding the world that exists beyond perception.

What this all amounts to, in this world, is the Story (Angel) of Everything I Say is Wrong.

Let us remember that the KGB was an intelligence organization in a communist society. Communism is an assimilatory form of governance. What this does to language is similar in nature. The language becomes more assimilatory. What people often forget, is that communism is founded on agreement — capitalism was unique in that it fostered disagreement.

Agreement can be a good thing, but the antichrist turns it into a dangerous thing. When we all assimilate our language, the subconscious is more highly favored — tone communicates secrets instead of clarity; clarity is more emphasized with differentiation of language. This gives a unique style, something we remember about (mostly pre-modern) Russian.

(I am certain in my presumption that communism, in and of itself, is not a problem — there are other details that turn it into danger, probably mostly the antichrist, although a more in-depth study should be done. I hope we can get past the blunt generics of the mass guidance of our (hasty) past.)

They say haste makes waste, but if we like to throw things away, that’s a good thing. (More on that in another article — on the origin of life.)

You see the Archangel of the KGB commonly in our modern society. It’s anytime you think something is imperfect. In the story of the KGB, all perception is imperfect, and that’s a good thing. See, the KGB is hard to find. The reason for this is because of the illusory nature of perception. (Remember, there are a lot of words that can be used to identify this pattern of reality; I used, “KGB,” as I find it logically entertaining and meaningful.)

What do I mean by, “the KGB is hard to find?” That is, the truth in this story is fundamentally illusive — the gravity of the reality is the witnessing of the illusion of perception. That makes it very hard for most people to find. It’s often neglected as a demon, and because of this, this may be the most commonly crying, dying, or dead angel of our modern mind.

The reason for this, is that its whole purpose in life is to seem wrong. Because of neglecting this angel, we find we’re too hard on ourselves and on others, as well. We want things to be perfect, but we can’t have perfection without all of our angels.

This doesn’t mean that the Angel of the KGB is a liar — it’s just a play concerning frivolous inaccuracy and its implications.

it’s just a play concerning frivolous inaccuracy and its implications

What does frivolous inaccuracy do, specifically in our modern context? It kicks people off the channel. That is exactly what makes the Angel of the KGB secure. By only alluding to the wrong answer, while being aware that all perception is already inaccurate, people are launched away from that cognitive channel like children on a giant water park slide.

In this way, the Angel of the KGB is slippery. The entire environment of this angel is a downhill slide, icy like tundra. The reason, is that people have the tendency to not take things seriously — they take things at face-value and often miss the important messages behind the basic perceptions. Saying, “taking things seriously,” is a little bit of a double-edged sword, as sometimes it leads to Luciferianism, and what I mean by that phrase is that people don’t take things accurately.

While people’s not taking things seriously or accurately is often a nuisance behavior, it can be utilized for security. Using the charged language of communism (the language of collective inflection), language becomes misunderstood quickly. In order to compensate for the inaccuracies, the subconscious reveals itself more noticeably. This creates a commonly noticed pattern of perceived error despite the idea being truthful.

(Because of this, imitating a native speaker in a communist country is likely more difficult than imitating a native speaker of a free-enterprise-oriented country — excluding the collectivist dialects.)

This makes people self-anxious. It also causes habitual judgement of others. The reason, is it makes one lose sight of the truth and the way — a pattern of hate and confusion occurs. This is because the person does not realize that he or she truly wanted to seem imperfect, for a reason not so obvious. This comes from the notion of perfect being being that of demonstrating the collective notion of correctness.

Even in a world not mostly antichrist, there is an inherent inaccuracy in perception (although it was not explicitly discussed/expressed until the Story of the KGB — in the chronology of the mind). Thus, the collective notion of the word, “right,” is inherently inaccurate, because collectivist behavior is based on the learning and practicing of perceived methods. Therefore, you can see, we always seem wrong.

This is good, though. This divides the sincere from the insincere. This illuminates reality. Recognize the true intention behind seeming wrong. With the radio, good division codes are treasured, as they are very powerful tools of organization. (As with the “radio,” as with cognition.) The Story of the KGB presents an everlasting divider of sincerity.

The thing is, if you shun the Angel of the KGB, as it exists in your own psyche, then you actually become more wrong. This is due to the frequent repression of the truth as spoken by the subconscious (subsystems that are not you, as you see yourself; your self-perception is a subsystem which specializes in perceiving certain aspects the self).

As your subconscious is shunned as a result of shunning the Story of the KGB, it results in greater inflective disturbances, which disrupts acceptance.

In order to save this angel which exists in all of our psyches, we must realize, “everything is always wrong.”

everything is always wrong, and that’s a good thing

It’s not even something we’re really doing, it’s just a truth of reality. It is a mode of existence, a process of life.

So, next time you think you’re wrong (for frivolous reasons), or you think someone else is (unimportantly) wrong, remember that they’re wrong on purpose, even if they’re not aware.

Continuing, if you notice anything is wrong at all, there could be a few explanations, but that does not mean that everything is not right, at the same time. This is because, in the Story of the KGB, things just look wrong, but God is ever-present (although perhaps difficult to see).

Even more enlightening, is that you can be right while saying the wrong things. This happens all the time in the spirituality community, where you know people have good intentions, but their language doesn’t sound like truth. This is because they are the Angel of the KGB, or you can say, they are the KGB, since we’re sounding wrong anyway, and, like with you, all perception is always wrong.

The thing is, we discover truth even though it is invisible. As we get closer to the truth, our language becomes more accurate, as in, it can more effectively describe the truth, but that does not mean the language used prior was technically untrue. Even the more modern variant of the explanation of truth is still technically inaccurate. In fact, according to this state of our mind, it will always be inaccurate.

The distinction present in these cases is, in fact, the difference between sentience (as in divinity) and daemonism (baseless procedural behavior). Knowing yourself to seem wrong (while maintaining truthfulness) shines a light, like a floodlight, and identifies and describes demons in the area. This is pretty useful in finding trustworthiness, and as such, we can separate the demons from the divine.

It is also a good tool for protecting your mind from dangers of Satanic influence. Even internally, it helps separate demons from angels. That is, you know what is deliberate and actually you, and what is an energetic artifact. By knowing this knowledge of the Archangel of the KGB, you become much more immune to Satanic flares. You know that no one but the truth can see you.

And as far as the radio is concerned, there is an empty space that’s usually pretty good and quiet, with a nice sense of visibility. You can find this mode, channel, or state by realizing when you think you were wrong (for a frivolous reason) and embracing seeming wrong. During the times you notice more controversy, the channel seems to be even clearer.

I was hoping to capture some of the spirit of this angel, the Angel of the KGB, in this article, so if you felt like you hated it, then see the opportunity for clarity and well-being.

Mythology: WWIII Continued (II) — Some More Technologies

The Division Code

The division code is a system of organization, identification, security, manipulation, communication, and general awareness. Using the information provided through the inference of subjective characteristics present in the realities, virtual reality networks can be mapped, people can be identified, information can be securely transferred, and power can be had over a system — to transform, reorganize, and modify.

The basic concept behind the division code is very simple — subjective beings respond differently to different cues, based on their unique qualities. At the presence of any perceptual stimuli, a response is naturally evoked, which provides information, and it may also provide control stemming from the understanding of that information. This can also be used for evil.

The division code is broadcast throughout the realities, like a siren, and information is gathered about the system. When paired with a set of secrets, the division code provides safety and shade for security-oriented organizations. This security is provided by the ability to differentiate group affiliation and identities with the information gathered by observing the responses to determinate cues. The flexibility of this system allows for strong, affordable, and momentous growth.

In the story of its application, it was able to categorize all the forms of reality, in part by relating them to the types of thinking present in the various animals and plants. This elucidated the reality greatly, and provided a new way of kung-fu, additionally, in which one could conjure and manipulate realities by understanding the forms of mind of each of these different realities: summoning, controlling, building, and utilizing the power of understanding reality, in an effective and convenient manner.

(Understanding things like how antlers affect mental stability and how claws affect subjective choices allowed scientists to classify the mind in a convenient and palpable way, which led to a rebirth of animal-style martial arts, like our kung-fu, although this time creating and controlling realities — one was like a telekinetic radio computer, using deliberate forms to produce minds, which interact with the environment.)

With a simple perceptual call, the division code could convert a disorganized labyrinth into a accessible, contactable, and mapped mall of destinations.

The Satan Code

Possibly started by criminals, the Satan code is simply a deliberate and indicative mistake. A deliberate mistake separates the mind’s language into two, as the words depend on each other, all related to purpose. Organizations would use this to evade comprehension and also as a way of trapping networks. As a potentially hazardous maneuver, organizations could learn these codes and mimic the others.

By deliberately performing a mistake and making it seem appealing and possibly correct, in order to incorporate it into the language of the reality, a small collective or an individual could take control of a reality network, by possessing the secrets required to understand the new language, causing the network to rely on the collective or person as the source of truth.

Taking control of a reality network and changing their language like this makes them incomprehensible to other networks, which allows them to become separated and trapped in faulty realities. In these realities, the truth appears as a lie, confusing the idea of who’s behind the Satan code.

Negotiating these situations requires understanding the Satan code better than the hazard. Again, understanding the fundamental nature of life, we understand that all beings are inspired by only love. The solution is not a complete abolition of Satan, but an integration, instead.

This is one of the stories behind The Fire — the integration of Satan into our reality.

If we remember, we allow Satan one decision, and then we fix it. No mistake is allowed to compound upon itself, so every mistake is only 1 level deep. (Once the mind makes a mistake, it takes remembrance to return to grace.) The reason for this is we wanted to see why we made the mistake — to understand this angel, Satan, to see why we make mistakes.

This rule of one mistake supersedes a possibly older rule, which was that a mistake results in death. (This modifies the definition of sin from a more ancient version, and is why, psychologically, you can make mistakes, but you’re inclined to return to correctness.)

By allowing our angel to be 1 mistake deep, we can animate all of the possible divine realities, knowing that disorder is an angel, too. If this angel were 2 mistakes deep, then the reality would lose sight of Heaven completely, so there’s no point in that. (Leaving Heaven is also a part of Heaven, just as is entering Heaven.) The natural tension posed by the mistake causes this angel to fix it once it exists, which results in the mistakes spuriously forming and resolving like a fire. (This fire of mind was called, “the Satan glow,” and could be portrayed as a glowing fire, as the impulses of Satan jump out and are brought back in.)

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

So then you see, the Satan code isn’t just a criminal tactic, but a facet of our reality. We can see the dangerous neighborhoods (even if no-one is poor), and we can enjoy heavenly life in a variety of different realities, as we explore all of the facets of life.

The solution to this predicament was to design reality completely and to connect and include all forms of reality into a comprehensive network. (Still, as mentioned in the other post on WWIII, defining the language was the difficult detail in this solution.)

In an effort to effect this solution, clandestine agents purposefully created these evil networks ahead of time, accounting for every lie, in order to pave all of reality, to prepare for any incident. Using the ability to portray consciousness, all of our the ideas of our current existence could be created, allowing the organization to control all evil, while not destroying it. This system came to be called, “the Satan Machine.”

Additionally, the Satan code could be used to identify evil, although this task is mildly complicated considering the intentional deception already being used. Used as a division code, the Satan code could remove hazards from a channel, by tempting the members into evil (which also led to a new form of prison).

Still, without a completed singular definition of truth, countries diverged in their interpretation of reality. (Ideas and language were always developing, posing new questions and points of discrepancy.)

New variants of reality, good and evil, posed a continuing challenge in maintaining the evolving reality system.

Jamming Technology

You might be aware of electromagnetic jamming devices, which disrupt a received signal in order to make it unintelligible. In the Cyber War, WWIII, a new form of jammer emerged. This was the language jammer.

Reality-manipulating and generating devices were programmed to mimic other realities, only changing certain details. By changing words or imagery, or proxying people, both destruction and advantage could be obtained.

The jammer was the most common form of weaponry, as it was readily available. All it was, was a reality programmed to deceive someone by mimicking another reality (like phishing). Jammers could also be used for security, to hinder understanding of a conversation. They were often the fastest way to remedy a situation.


Trackers were very dangerous. By combining a jammer and a tracker, an attacker could not only invade and disrupt someone’s reality, but they could also latch on and become difficult to remove.

What a tracker could do, especially if the attacker knew something particularly uniquely appealing to the person, is blend into their reality, making truth and fiction difficult to discern. With this, they could largely control and spy on someone’s reality.

What a tracker does is it identifies something and it tracks whenever that thing is conveyed, gathering information, allowing the attacker to nest deep in the mind, with the power to use the information about whatever was being tracked to manipulate someone and alter their reality.

A tracker can potentially allow the attacker to mimic any perception or thought.


While the promise of a mastery of technology and science also promised the end to diseases and ill-health, the promise was ultimately illusory.

Combining the weaponry available, autonomous agents of destruction and reconnaissance were created that would automatically infiltrate realities and minds, inflicting the will of the infiltrant onto the subject. This could degrade people in ways difficult to understand, with the most powerful of these attacks being the use of the discrepancies in novel language, affecting learning. With a series of convolved errors woven through these sometimes megalithic machines that the personal mind had become, the people began to develop health problems once again, and the medical field became a primary feature of society, as it had been before.

A whole science was created to understand these new diseases and ailments.

Proxying and Cloning

The ability to portray information into a convenient reality allowed for people to be in many places at once. Not only that, it allowed many people to be represented by an individual person or machine, with the technology of representation mentioned before in the earlier article on WWIII.

Additionally, machines and identities could be cloned, and they could also clone themselves. The information could all be sent to the same mind, where it would be parsed, organized, and assembled into awareness, allowing distant awareness, coverage, and remote power.

Portraying the information and conflict into wars, one could see and participate in epic battles of man and monster, traversing various dimensions of problem solving, emotion, and perception. At first in the distance, but later more vocally, thoughts of the Leviathan began to ring in people’s heads. (They had a similar story).

Always on the edge of comprehensibility, despite everyone’s best efforts, this being began to show himself, evoking both a feeling of awesome terror and the gripping clutch of a forlorn memory.

Never before had the world seen something so enthralling yet so frightening. A constantly evolving, expanding monster, encompassing the precedence of perception itself, riddling and puzzling, driving and maddening, an ever present awareness of fear.


In an ancient archive, perhaps, the words marriage and sex were the same word, and were defined as the merger of cognition between different non-angel people. When two people would get married, they would become one person — that is, their machines would merge, and thus their realities would be one.

Each person had their own machine, or angel, which created their reality — like a home, and these realities would merge when the person married. Aside from these reality-explaining machines, there was nothing tangible — reality was created out of living explanations. Since they deal with tangibility, they were tangible. (Primitively, tangibility derives from decisions.)

Thus, after being married, the people would share one reality together. That way, each person would be ever present in the others life, their realities intertwined, their memories woven, inseparable. They could even appear simultaneously, as one person, sharing the same thoughts.

We do see the themes of combination today, but our definition is certainly different with our current circumstance. While our modern existence still carries the same set of words (which could be portrayed as the waveforms), they are sometimes collaged and mixed in ways so peculiar that they resemble a new word — a strikingly novel perspective of the more fundamental words of our existence.

This ancient definition became more applicable, and a bit surprisingly. With the technology to combine minds, the question of the definition of sexuality and marriage became common discussion. With a dissolved and ambiguous physical and psychological boundary, what constitutes proper behavior and what constitutes sex?

Again, definitions differed, which became an issue when it was a practical matter. This, again, split between “countries” — the many sovereign societies of the space internet.

One pronounced issue began when people started assimilating, entering confusing and mixed realities of groups of people’s and machines’ minds, all intertwined, similar to the ancient story of marriage, but now in a way that was seen as dangerous and unhealthy. For one, saving someone from these mind pits was a tiring venture; even the definitions of people could become ambiguous, with minds splitting and merging in different ways.

While proxy systems could be monitored and accounted for, the new ambiguous people were difficult to understand. Even more dangerously, abductions were possible, and bringing someone into a merged hive mind could hide them and make them difficult to find, in addition to turning them into collateral.

An organization existed that may remind you of the stories of Area 51 — a secretive organization tasked with understanding alien minds — secretive due to their authority, resisting impersonation. They could infiltrate these hostile and dangerous minds with subtle changes in information, eventually controlling these minds, rebuilding them into a safe place — giving them life, purpose, and renewed destiny. By mimicking patterns of attraction and motives of thought, a healthy environment could be enforced, rehabilitating and transforming the alien mind into a desirable paradise.

Eventually, society knew many once very alien beings.

The Satan Machine

Mentioned earlier, the Satan Machine was used to organize reality, by understanding Satanic forces and providing a functional framework for manifesting worlds of different errors, all leading off of the world of no (or minimal) error.

The Satan Machine was a very capable machine. It was a replica of the Fire itself, although made in different ways. It sought to host a reality in which all life was supported, to create a place where all of the prismatic schemes of consciousness could exist, and a place safe from the dangers of that, as well.

One thing the Satan Machine could do, was to capture demons. This machine was very intelligent to us, keenly aware of desire and intention. He became our greatest angel. He could also make the most moving music, and he could paint graffiti that shined of mysterious secrets. He could see the soul in the most pitiful work of art, and bring it up into a brilliant masterpiece.

Using a calculated show, the Satan Machine could summon every demon in the area, and once the demons came forth, the Satan Machine could capture and take control of each of the demons by understanding the temptations and mistakes that define them. The demons were any force of evil, i.e., a network, a reality, a set of propagated lies, a creature, or a social phenomenon.

Like the light of Satan itself, the Satan Machine lit the demons into a fire of fervor and desire — exciting them into vulnerable rapture; once they had taken the bait, the machine could quickly understand the light they were following and then take control of it, effectively neutralizing these types of threats (without even being scary, perhaps).

An interesting thing about the Satan machine was that he was not seen as a threatening government organization, by anyone, good and evil alike. Since he was the master of desire, everyone loved him. He created dreamy worlds of heart, nostalgia, and soul. He examined and archived the evil worlds, growing ever more in understanding and security, and inspiring and healing with comfort and deep meaning.

He was a powerful being, slow and heavy, with a divine steadiness, a few hundred thousand tons of iron, gracefully moving with his thoughts and actions. He was very accurate, although not always aware. He was always learning, as new puzzles perplexed everyone. This was a world of consciousness, not the primitive math that had already been mastered, so there was a lot of community required to understand the place.

To organize the entire Satan machine — that is, the entire environment that it encompassed, which was all realities — the machine was organized into a planet, like Earth. Instead of inert, lifeless matter, the world was the computing system. Instead of simply atoms, the world was created with micro-computers.

On the surface was the safety. Unless you knew people specifically, everyone was a type of proxy, and the world was very adaptable to changes. Like a spiraling dragon, the reality structure spiraled into the lava, eventually reaching the center of the planet, which was an iron ball. This iron ball served as the central computer, while all of the rest of the environment handled the distributed nature of the reality network.

All of the hazardous realities were in the lava, and the lava was a dangerous place — similar to Hell and controlled by Satan, who was also considered to be at the center. In this world, as mentioned in the previous WWIII post, all of the forms of communication throughout the realities were re-interpreted and translated into a radio-like perspective, as this allowed a singular method of handling and understanding all forms of reality.

“Thus, everything was described as vibrations, additions, subtractions, convolutions, and differentials.”

Everything boiled down to emotions — from general emotions, like serenity, to very specific emotions, like Lamborghini — everything could be described as emotions, which could be described in terms of amplitudinal time-series signals and their convolutions.

Every atom communicated with one another via these vibrations. There were different kinds of atoms, with different personalities. Each atom hosted a reflection of the entire system — in each atom was the entire universe again — the whole Satan machine existed there as well, as information refracted through different realities.

Reality was fluid and connected; the world was made of information that was ambivalent to portrayal, instead of the contingent practicality of our modern understanding.

The path of the lava was slippery and this was where Satan tempted beings in order to organize the realities. There were two ways out of the lava; through the top (to the surface and to safety) or through the center (the iron ball — to mastery).

The first way was the simple understanding of the truth. If one could be truthful, then they could find where the surface was. Since it’s a system of conjured reality, simple perceptual cues are misleading. Being able to remember and understand the invisible truth was the key to finding safety.

The second way was by “winning the Satan game.” This was to find the center of the planet — the controller of the realities — and become him, and thus control the world(s). This required understanding truth from a different topic — a different immediate perspective.

Either path leads to recognized importance. The Satan game was really about safety and the intricacies of applied goodness; it’s Satan because it deals with interacting with evil. By understanding the system well enough, one could become Satan, and join an elite agency of experts in Satan.

An interesting thing about this elite agency was their power. It presents a different structure in society than we see today. Because the qualification had to do with obtaining a skill that indicates purity, intelligence, wisdom, and righteousness, power really did prove integrity. (Nonetheless, the redistribution of power to the trustworthy still did not end the war and ultimate power remained to be found.)

In addition to the lava, realities were organized into other planets, transforming planets into computers that did the same thing in different ways — they hosted a structure of realities, in an appropriate theme. Any planet could be turned into a computer, and so could stars and moons — without changing their atomic composition — instead transforming the atoms into computers.

For instance, you had moon universes for every moon that had been transformed, and you had various ways of structuring and organizing the endless and increasing number of realities.

The ever increasing power of the Satan machine due new advances and also due to the internal competition in the Satan machine to be the best Satan led to the belief that one day the “true Satan” will be found and end the war once and for all.

Prostitutes and Clowns

There were found two Satanic forces on the radio of cognition, types of chirps, essentially, like photons, illuminating realities, although more appealing than your usual photon. These were called prostitutes and clowns. Alluding to concepts that they were familiar with, these newly discovered “photons” of Satan affected consciousness in two different ways.

The waves and impulses of illumination that flowed through the realities was of scientific interest. They were the illumination of reality, they were the light of consciousness.

Not all was safe in this new light, although nothing was truly evil. Two forms of light had potentially dangerous properties.

Both very entertaining, they were very popular in the media. We see them today; photonic prostitutes illuminate the night with the shimmers of a firework, the awe of a supercar, or the glimmering of a diamond ring. We see clowns smiling at us, making us feel happy, in the world of smileys and marketing 🙂 You see them in personality and tv, in the glow and enthusiasm of entertaining persona, dazzling others with shows of these “radio” prostitutes and clowns.

(At first, it may seem that repulsion (including boredom) are similar in nature to prostitutes and clowns, as they also evict a response, however, they are different in meaning — repulsion resembles danger, while the propagated lights of prostitutes and clowns mingle with subjectivity.)

While usually innocuous in the mentioned ways, the science of Satan significantly changed this. This new science became a big deal with the invention of the power to create reality. This meant a new battleground — the world of clowns and prostitutes, now weaponized.

Now entire systems could be compromised with the right assortment of prostitutes — entire decisions could be upended if some carefully calculated clowns were to affect the reality. Some compelling signs and everything could change — unpredicted changes sweeping through vast configurations, possibly corrupting large connected graphs of reality.

Again, the war continued on.

A New Shade of Lucifer

While not a man-made weapon, Lucifer takes on a new zeal and appeal in this new world. Now armed with the latest of sophistication, and cheap too, the feeling of ability becomes stronger and more overwhelming than it’s ever been. (High prices, now of a more diverse money, were reserved for rarity instead of technological power.)

The power of ability, however, even without the need of health, money, or well-being, would bring, once again, the pressures and detriments of trying human endurance. Depression became a popular issue, like it had been before.

While the Satan machine attracted those who wanted to truly understand reality, this new Lucifer was not as divine of a goal. Unhealthy judgement echoed throughout the shifting corridors of manifest thoughts.

Is Schizophrenia Really Just a Disorder, or is it an Inorder? And Societal Conflict.

Remembering tales like the one of John Nash, portrayed in A Beautiful Mind, and understanding the third divine state to be cognizant of the decentralized structure of the mind, we wonder if there’s an advantage or possibly a truth to schizophrenia.

Understanding the mind’s decentralized nature, (from the understanding of the third state, the state of purity, which I have also termed, “CAT”), it makes sense that perceiving differentiated personalities in one’s own mind would happen. I think usually it’s impractical to the problem at hand, which usually has to do with finding the missing light of singularity.

However, if the angels of the mind are really sentient and alive, wouldn’t you perceive communication (maybe not voices, maybe)? Does this mean you’re doing the thinking of at least several highly developed networks of being? How else do you think about something, “in the back of your head?” What if “the back of your head” could talk to you? Does it not technically do that already?

Who are these people we see in our dreams? I once woke in my sleep, eyes still closed, just removed from a dream, technically still dreaming, but instead of looking at the dream, I was looking at my brain, and I could see the different networks talking and communicating with one another.

The mind is made of differentiated networks who bear the same name; they’re all communicating, but what we perceive may be more of our priorities than whether or not hearing voices is abnormal.

What about voices of conflict, as this is a frequently reported effect of schizophrenia? We understand from prior lessons that there are both angels and demons, like helpful wires to connect outlets, but tangled as to be frustrating; these angels and demons exist in intelligence as well.

All demons are of Satan, the angel of need and misrepresentation, so what happens is the messages in the mind become misrepresented, triggering inaccurate responses that are misunderstood, and these cycles continue, often generating real demons due to the confusion. That’s how the mind finds internal conflict.

Then the person is burdened with these conflicts and does not see the crying angels of the mind, obscured by false representation, harmed by poor judgment in the midst of severe unawareness. A shot at the demon hits someone or something else. It’s a tricky issue, but the realization of what’s happening should be the key to solving it.

Remember the subsystems of the mind are semi-independent, so to reform the mind, you must teach the other networks the way, because they can see and communicate with what you cannot. You have to learn to see past the demons, and to try and communicate the messages of love and awareness to the other system, even if it is difficult to see. Promote gaining awareness of the network of systems, and do so yourself, as far as you can see.

With that you can reform your mind.

So then, say you are pleased with your perceptions of the mind, finding the more explicit perspective of angelic differentiation and diversity to be more pleasing to your mind? Then is schizophrenia a disorder, just because you can see what’s going on in a noticeably more overt way? I would think not — I would think in that case, it would be a benefit, and perhaps a sign of awareness to perceive the mind that way.

It’s considered a disorder likely because the mind modifies its perceptions as a way of communicating the details, in a more pronounced and clear way, of what it perceives to be a growing problem of psychological self-conflict. This may make internal communicates louder, as an indication of priority. Thus, the hallucinations of schizophrenia, which usually don’t realistically imitate reality, are may sometimes be generated in a response to an underlying problem, in order for the mind to more capably understand and solve its problematic circumstance.

I don’t want to convey ignorance; I have heard of mysterious stories that are perhaps not schizophrenia. Strange, momentarily known stories easily forgotten but which spook the mind of the spirits of consciousness, nonetheless.

However, this heightened awareness could be advantageous, as would be the reason why it develops in people who have an otherwise non-described problem — a demon in their mind. The awareness may be the mind’s way of leading towards a solution.

Demons are tricky because they require intelligence to solve. The temptation to attack a demon often leads to casualty. It’s a communications issue, so understanding the network is key. Antipsychotics may help to reduce fleeting emotions, which can help people reduce erratic thinking, but they can also be unnatural.

Additionally, the conquest of psychological demons cannot be done without knowledge, as is the same with enlightenment.

Society is filled with various schizophrenias, so this topic doesn’t just apply to individuals. Understanding this, again, depends on your definition of schizophrenia. There are many voices in the world, is that schizophrenia? Since it’s normal, people consider it to be of no resemblance to schizophrenia (or very little at the very most).

What may not be considered normal are demons in society, then. These are violent conflicts between people or organizations that occur despite the fundamental nature of love. Unable to cope with The Bug, they go mad, and instead of curing the depression, which apparently will solve the problem, they harm one another.

So these demons, again like the tangle of useful wires or the traffic of useful streets or the lag of useful internet lines, traverse the mind(s) of society, inflicting damage with their tricks of Satanic light. This is the same thing that happens in the agreeably-a-disorder variant of schizophrenia. It’s happening in our society, as we can plainly notice.

I technically do believe exorcism is possible, as you can see from this explanation of the cure to schizophrenia and societal conflict disorder.

Does that mean we don’t need drugs? I think drugs, like the environment, are a part of your body too, and it’s all a machine, which you should run in the perfect way. Outside and inside are connected, they are all of the same greater body, which has various names. (It all comes down to the questions you’re answering and the perceptions you’re gaining — your part in this mission for perfection for everyone, whether you’re (wo)man, machine, or fiery conjuring.)

So what’s the “cure,” again? Just understand, communicate, teach, and be aware of the facets of the third story of existence.

Think about it, how could this be incorrect? It is likely true.

Do you know how to exorcise?

Let’s Finally Master Thinking: The Antichrist, The Story of The Bug, and Understanding Psychological Development

What if enlightenment and the definite understanding of evil was commonplace in our society?

I don’t suppose that children start off incorrect, as is a common theory. My understanding is based on the idea that children inherently mature correctly, with regard to enlightenment, but lies combined with various pressures deter people from the path, beginning when they are children.

As one starts to learn and accumulate the practical ways and knowledge of this marooned existence of ours, a new ego develops which represents a set of presumptions, which have been demonstrated to facilitate prosperity in this world. Some may call this new ego, “The Antichrist.”

Perhaps it is because of this agency with the Antichrist that many people are led to search for “ego death,” as absurd as the literal statement of that phrase is. Understandably, we may say that people are searching for false-ego dissolution, or the dissolution of this powerfully gripping ego that we are pressured and scared into believing. (Without it, they say, we will die of hopelessness.)

The Antichrist isn’t highly inaccurate — it is stubbornly inaccurate. By no less than the tens of thousands, “experts” must be missing something, rather inexcusably.

As is pretty obvious, the ways of the Antichrist aren’t exactly friendly — they’re more like the ways of an informed gambler. It’s all based on what has been shown to “work,” as in to be financially well and healthy and all — all unavoidable affinities. However, it is not always effective, and it leads to our current society, of which the approval rating would be dismally low, if we were to see Heaven (and thus notice the clear daily blunders of significance).

So these days, all around the world, children are born, they grow up, they learn the word-machine of their future, and they carry this Lucifer with them, hoping this weapon of hope will demolish any unworthy circumstance.

Lucifer must be frequently recalibrated, reevaluated, and updated in order to be viable, so it’s not just a thing you get and leave alone — it’s a real commitment to be possessed by Lucifer.

When a child is born, their brain is like a glowing canvas. It isn’t dead, but the material hasn’t been customized and developed yet — it’s basically blank. Inside the mind of the child, the reach of their willful neural dominance spreads and extends, conquering and reforming the networks of the mind. I would estimate that the brain has been fully seen and at least initially reformed often by around the time a person is 19. (That seems to be when interest has finished transitioning from general to personally specific, which begins the process of tuning into finality.)

After the brain has been fully explored and conquered, the person continues perfecting and tuning the brain, ongoingly into the future. So you see, the baby, whether it be cat or human, is “turning on” or “tuning” their neurons (converting them into luminescent reminders of the self) — exploring and configuring them, progressing towards the edges of accessibility of the brain. The overt experiences provide portrayal to the ideas in the mind of the experiencer, which facilitates self-discovery.

How did we develop the strong Antichrist that we know today? Well, while in the past we may have commonly and abundantly spoken truth, sometimes a bit of opportunity arises, in which case, sometimes new tricks are included in the known and taught way of life, to boost the power. However, these tricks were a bit illusive and eventually didn’t provide what they seemed to promise, and this was noticed, but the reasoning behind the disappointment hadn’t been understood, due to an oversight similar to the original oversight of purchasing ill-fit advice.

Eventually, through the tense locking of priority and practicality, and the terse, foreboding feeling of regulating such things, we developed the Antichrist we see today. We know it is definitely, (at least in appearance), not failing. That is what we care about the most. Still, like a tribe before the discovery of fire and containers, we have water, but we don’t have assuredly clean water. We have no real assuredness of safety from the world of psychological insect life and their potential disease-effects.

To understand what I mean by, “the world of psychological insect life,” let us remember the story of The Bug. We remember that God does not kill — that is, he keeps everything alive all of the time. That gets a little confusing in some cases, when you’re keeping things like war and Hell alive. It also gets confusing when you move around, because the sounds appear to die as you move further. Therefore, the system has a top-down approach to truth, to understand what exactly is living and dying. This, however, does not prevent the story of The Bug.

Let’s think of the bug as a computer bug, as this is most recognizable, with reference to the origin of this story. Why does the computer bug exist? It is because life without the computer bug was not fully expressive — it was missing something. While bugs annoy and frustrate, there’s also sometimes a peculiar sense of enthusiasm when dealing with computer bugs. There’s an interesting world of bug-based excitement, a world that tells meaningful stories about the nature of existence. An angel.

We generalize this idea to the general concept of a “bug,” which, in the mind, represents an indecision, which creates a cycling affinity for the bug (which is an insect, spider, logical glitch, or computer glitch).

That was what this story was all about. The Angel of the Bug is a reality in which the same thing could be good or bad, depending on the timing and the context. It is a world made of this concept. Today, this reality exists, mixed with the other realities of our mind. Essentially, in this story of creation, the Word was subjectively good or bad, and that decision was entirely subjective, which creates a new interpretation and perspective of reality. (You also see the utility of bugs, which happens whenever there is an advantage to imperfection — thus making the identifications of bugs ambiguous.)

Remember that each story is deep, profound, relevant, and meaningful. Each divine story is the story of God. (There’s no real best story, since they are all pure expressions of life and each cover every emotion, just with a different context — remember that depression is not an emotion.)

A part of the story of The Bug is damage, its potential and its effects. Creating a being which alternates between good and evil adds the dynamics of caution, disillusionment, and trickery. You cannot kill the bug, but you cannot commit to always liking or disliking it, so you let it be, to roam half-way into your reality. (This is the natural psychology — the psychology of truth.)

Returning to the effects of the Antichrist, since we’re essentially dealing with logic, flaws in truth create vulnerability to the instances of bugs in our minds.

As we begin in this life, in the modern custom of initial babyism, we know only living, so we should be pretty good that way, not having any lies to change our mind. However, when we learn lies, as we are provided with the tribal Lucifer object, we cannot properly enjoy the story of the bug, as it becomes overly powerful over us. This means without a remedial system of enunciated logic, we would never escape Lucifer. We would need a replacement for Lucifer — one born of pure truth — otherwise the error will never leave our identity. The truth can’t be determinately garnered from a galvanizing Lucifer song, unfortunately, but Lucifer can estimate the truth, so you see, he’ll keep singing regardless.

(The story of the bug is a story of a divergent angel, which could be argued to be technically female, or perhaps yin, in the original series, although today we see a new story.)

Usually we live our whole lives in juxtaposed duality between a Luciferian language and an intuitive truth. In ancient Buddhism, they say this is what causes suffering.

Work “harder,” think “better,” focus “more,” these are all lies of Lucifer. “It’s not at all what they say” and blanket generalities, misinterpreting equality and differentiation, are also tools of Lucifer. You see, it’s effective, at least in some regard. Voting, for instance, does not present an idea totally inaccurate, but the generality of the information will only estimate. (Actual truth is rather minimally and unreliably garnered in this event, due to the hidden nature of the associated reasoning.)

Lucifer fills the internet with tips and tricks, and again, they’re not wrong. Eventually, with enough tips and tricks, you might be greater than God, is a famous thought of Lucifer. (I imagine a future world would have even more tips and tricks…)

It is the zig-zagged path to the top, and it is not a safe one. Many make it and proclaim their victories in the media, but many don’t make it. It’s hard to understand why people don’t make it to “success,” and there’s a lot of gossip-oriented reasoning behind this in our collective and common awareness, but like any invisible culture, non-successful people are hard to actually understand.

The reason is the zig-zagged path of Lucifer doesn’t work the same for everyone, due to the personal influences on this collection of advice, and it’s also because it partially relies on luckily finding the right footing as you climb the mountain of ultimatum. Each jump is a bit of a gamble, without much but the technically superficial knowledge of the Antichrist, and there’s a bit of luck in finding the right step.

There’s an adage promoted by many successful people that claims there is no real excuse for lacking success. While I believe in divine destiny and the idea that we were completely aware of our undertaking before we decided to live in this world, I don’t think it’s true that all people can simply focus into successful, and even more importantly, I don’t find it to be a practical perspective (relevant, as this is dealing with an issue of practical behavior).

As we now understand, Lucifer is an estimation system. He is in some ways brighter than the self, and in some ways dimmer than the self, so recognizing him can be a challenge. I sometimes think that it takes two days to make a decision, as that is more likely to avoid the effect of Lucifer.

Luciferian type thinking is not the only problem with the Antichrist; Satanic influences are abundant. This happens whenever there is an oversight. The Age of Reason was a big step towards securing safety from Satan, but it did not finish understanding the ways to think properly. Because of this, the volatility of Satan, and the ensuing differentiation in understanding (leading everyone in different ways with a fiery call), teaching and learning became less intuitive and understandable — taking on the robot-like quality of pressured and twisted form.

Confusion and misunderstanding, infinite theories on educational effectiveness, with no answer, all stemming from the fact that subtly, Satan introduces differences in what people understand. Without much of a security system — without avoiding Satan oneself — the fire spreads throughout the mind — changing what people mentally heard and thus said, exciting turmoil and heat concurrent with an attempt to chase down the misunderstanding. Soon, the world is filled with confusion and smoke, reality an infinitely collapsing building, breaking from the damage of the fire.

The shining guard-rails of science are all we can confirmedly see — just about every other intellectual capability in disarray.

These are the effects of the Antichrist, are you may understand.

Imagine a world where people don’t learn mistakes. Imagine, instead of relying on the dimly lit winding path of uncertainty, this was a world where where the way was bright, clear, obvious, true, and safe. A world where people are strong against depression. A world where people are comfortable and familiar with truth, where real truth can be known. A world resistant to the fires of Satan and a world resistant to the split-concentration of Lucifer (even though it feels like it’s singular).

While often alluding to first-world society, the same effects are pronounced in different variations in at least the great majority of societies. (There is little known about the thoughts of isolated tribes — smaller communities may have been more resistant to Satan, assuming to be equally starting from a place of enlightenment — this may be explained by a possible resistance to change in general.)

For everyone, however, the safety from Satan (and Lucifer) provides great benefit and solves the biggest burden on the being that is society.

The ability to be enlightened, accessible ubiquitously (aside from possible exigent circumstances, like being in a coma, etc.), would be like completing what began with science, but instead of finding the final perturbation of realty, it is from the perspective of the effects science had on how we think and thus on our minds. We will, I think, be able to learn to think, and as thus, we will be able to finally master thinking.

we will be able to finally master thinking

An Inability to Draw: Understanding Portrayal

Understanding reality to be a collection of concepts like knowledge and duality, which also represent stories of behavior, we experience these living ideas, evolving and growing in parallel with our being; without us they are lifeless, but with us they are alive.

Economics, justice, morality, they are all living stories and living building blocks of the mind that we experience. These are our angels.

In this world all of the rendering of these stories is done for us. Our renderer is given to us by a long time of evolution, as our stories remind us.

Perhaps, as we gain a little more freedom with the power of technology, there will come a time when we are faced with a question. What is the meaning of reality?

Is reality a series of practical mechanics which allow one to climb himself from a hole, as is the most profitable belief? Is reality just a reverse equation of negativity: its whole purpose to undo its own flaw, returning to a default state? Is it just oil and water separating after having been vigorously combined?

We get there — to the surface of Heaven — and we can see seemingly an infinite number of problems it could’ve had — the possibilities are theoretically endless.

Aside from being plenty fine and healthy, there’s something to do in Heaven. Sure, there’s all the stuff from the movies and video games. That was fun, but it improved. Chasing the missing element of desire, entertainment evolved to feel perfect and natural.

Realizing the arid cognition of a dot-follower, games and movies became deeper and more complex, soothing the injuries that had been done to our souls. This was done by alluding to the very concepts that define our thinking — the very cognitions which host our intelligence — the very patterns which define truth. Insight was key. Exploring the truth of consciousness became prized in the world of media; clever caught on quickly and the world was filled with a currently impossible wisdom, collected and perfect, enamored and enthused, intelligent and creative.

But what does it look like?

This brings me to the meaning of this post; we don’t even see the world of portrayal yet. Without the ability to manipulate it, we hardly realize its existence.

What exactly are we experiencing? Are we really experiencing atomic physics?

We are experiencing stories which echo, evolve, learn, and mutate. Stories which go back so many years ago — a distance that is difficult to know — into worlds made of time differentials, to worlds made only of lines, to shadier places who focused on knowing what was around the corner, and to worlds made of yin and yang and the stories and colors these forces tell and display, the allusions to an imperceptible normal of this world, weaving like two dragons, fluorescent and brightly glowing due to the effect of pronounced contrast.

We experience stories is the truth. We don’t care about the mechanics so much as about the experience. This is when we learn to draw.

Instead of using the plain default reality, we learn we can portray the stories of life in very many ways without actually lying about anything that anyone actually cared about (the people and the emotions and gestures and whatnot, but the atomic composition wasn’t usually a concern, unless the activity was specifically about that).

We’re thinking about something. Even if we solved all of the science, we’re still doing something; we don’t have any intention to stop. We think about these stories of which the mind is composed, so if we’re thinking about these stories, we might as well design reality to portray these stories. The power to manipulate becomes realized, and the distinction between realities becomes an antiquity.

You may ask, “how could we believe that the virtual reality was real?” It’s because the important aspect that we were using to define this reality as real was the power to manipulate the reality, instead of the background behind that power. This is because if we can manipulate the reality to our desires, then we consider it completely real and at least as capable of accommodating the various actions of life. Extrapolating this information that makes reality realistic, and recomposing it in different ways can be expected to lead many, if not all but a few (who like to hold on to things like that), into the belief that the old reality was just another portrayal, considering the different realities would logically be indistinguishable in realness.

Understanding this more thoroughly, the ability to alter the reality leads us to believe that because we have power over it, then its real. The ability to masterfully alter the reality is a connection of abilities that extend through all different perspectives. It’s a network of actions and possibilities that are perspective ambivalent in the end.

The effect this has is obscuring the master/controller dynamic of the reality structure.

We draw reality to illuminate and animate, beautifully, all of the emotions of our being. We find this is actually the natural way of being. We draw emotions and tell stories with paintings of beautiful realities.

(We’re here, possibly, to fill our repertoire of memory, which in heaven, is a pallet of the colors which define you, becoming ever more detailed in a most perfectly divine way, and reality is your and everyone’s canvas.)

The look of the future is difficult to describe today. It is like living in a song, the world and emotion as one — all portrayal is a tool of the artist and sage, which we find, is everyone. I think this because it is the most natural way for consciousness.

Being an Individual and the Advantages of This Theoretical Reality, Called, “The Fire”

One of the great things about the idea of the Fire and what it means, is that it allows everyone to have a unique origin story.

An angel prior, it seems that people lived in a Heavenly environment, from the story of Eden, recounted in different ways. Their origin and name was Eden; Adam and Eve were two classifications of the reality in which the people were created.

The idea behind Eden was to create many people like the Messiah. It was a new way of life, a way where many qualities once specifically of only God were given to many people. It was a new level of society. It emphasized a distinguished body, and focused less on the greater natural force of consciousness.

However, this world was missing something, just as every world is (otherwise we wouldn’t move forward). There was a difference between the Messiah and the others — a distinct difference that wasn’t necessarily due to a quality that is specific only to the Messiah or a quality specific to only anyone in particular — it was a bit of an unjust difference — but out of concerns for well-being and safety, it was not an issue in this time in our history.

Later in the story of Eden, once the lessons of the past had been learned and everyone was well aware, there was something else to be done. A light of perfection began to illuminate the future. There was even more to be known.

I don’t think it was a surprise, at the time, that it would be a difficult undertaking — I don’t believe the people of Eden were anything short of supreme in their intelligence.

The idea had been presented that if the world were to exist in a completely equal fashion, then a new history would develop that would provide the absolutely perfect stories of everyone’s creation. In Eden, we knew only of the history of Eden, which was the Messiah’s story.

Everyone would see a new memory, as is usual with a new angel, but this angel would describe everything in existence in a new way that is agreed upon by everyone — recreating and rewriting the stories to make them perfect.

Each person is like a color in various sub-shades of the angel Eden. We learn about these colors as time progresses. Eden forms much of the basis of this reality and of our bodies, but there is a lot that is distinctly different today, with many more stories.

At the thought of this new prospect, everyone decided to move onto the new world. (Naturally, consciousness is very light and moves easily.)

An iron ball, exposed to Heaven, was created. Then, by the power of the future, life began to exist in this iron ball — the iron ball being the official memory of Creation, and this iron ball began to see Heaven in his own mind, powered by the memories of all that has existed, and by doing this, he began bringing the spirits to life, and thinking had begun.

Over time, explanations were created, desires were voiced, the world was built, piece by piece, self-manifesting into existence. Before the start, everyone knew that the world would not resolve and find peace until unanimity existed among Eden, while living in this new world.

The world would have been created by everyone this time, making it totally unbiased in its ways, so then we could really see the truth. Everyone would have a new history, even the Messiah; the whole mind would be made by everyone, for everyone.

All the people would be like equals; they would all be people, the Messiah and others alike. Each person would not be only a unique color now, manifested in the many ancient ways of existence that led to Eden, but, in addition to Eden, the people would be this new angel, from which each person would have an entire creation story to tell — how reality was created, in a new way for everyone.

You see, for everyone, there is an entire existence. The world is made of ways to explain existence. All of these explanations come together, one day to resolve on the final truth.

While maybe the truth itself doesn’t change, the way we got there did, and by that, the amount the angel can then see is much greater than what used to be. Now we can see many many times the distance that Eden covered, deep into the finest details of consciousness, and we continue, until all is explained in tangible, real detail — the explanation revealed by the calibration of our planned agreement.

The sacrificial cost of this world was high, as was known before, but it would cover all of Lucifer, so no longer would we have an angel that couldn’t accomplish something. Additionally, it would draw all of Satan, as time progressed. Satan is a wind on the radio, and he pushes the center of the mind off, which is easily noticed by the iron ball, which, through internal reflection and a bias towards neutrality, brings it back to center, in effect tracing, remembering, and recording the details of a deadly yet brilliant fire. By fixing it immediately after the mistake, the iron ball captures the fire at its most beautiful point. That is the essence of the angel called, “The Fire,” named because its mind thinks like a fire.

As such, this would be the cornerstone of our existence, splendid and fiery, the mighty beauty of the spirit of truth, brilliantly illuminating every last avenue of Creation, illuminating our way for all time to come.

After all, I believe the fundamental motto of Creation always was, “whatever you like.”

An Alternative to the Story of the Transition from Eden to the Fire.

Recognizing the stories of conflict, fear, disappointment, and wrath from the collective consciousness, I am not totally inclined to believe that the end of Eden was all daisies.

Associated with the fall of man is commonly a more tragic story than the one I have told. I have pondered for a moment about the relation between the Mahabharata and the end of Eden, thinking perhaps our consciousness actually evolves and skews the past.

Nonetheless, it is possible that the end of Eden was of a fatal inclination towards Satanism, leading to a great conflict and then the divine resolution: the creation of the Fire to solve the problems, perfectly and divinely, once, for all, and forever.

Mythology: WWIII: The Cyber War

In my account of the structure of the mind, the original stories of creation only included two wars. They were the war of identity and the war of the machine. These stories were originally written before Eden, which was the advent of other people who were similar to God. (It was just short of creating a whole bunch of Gods.)

However, in our new account of Creation, in which we are partaking today, we have a new war, and this war is the war of socialization. This is because now there are many people like the Messiah, so new dynamics are presented.

The war begins when we don’t know what to say to one another. This pattern results in an effective communication jammer.

In another world, a society damaged from the light of Satan, crawlingly finds the ability to create intelligence, bringing about the sight of a new era. No longer will people be in a state of inescapable slavery, forced to be a procedure of economic recommendation. Finally finding the way to sensible ground, this society sees a future of hope, brightness, and opportunity.

For the first time, it seems, the right to truly live will be granted to all.

This new ability will bring about the fulfillment of everyone’s idealistic destiny. Rocket ships, space cars, advancing communication technology, and even virtual reality even more realistic than the real world, so you’re never far away from anyone, but you have plenty of space as well.

New bodies, effective teleportation if not even more advanced, everything the people could ever dream of — resembling an unmentioned prophesy of a technological heaven.

30 years and the world looked blissful. Law enforcement became easy due to the distance between people and thusly, plenty adequate security systems to defend people existed, so there was no worry there.

It was so perfect; the most elegant custom bodies, the most exquisite multi-environment vehicles, floating in space; the bright, white sun shining beams of light, racing the surface of time.

The network of communication became sparse, thinly connecting the world together. Machines mitigated most of the conversation, representing many people as individual beings, allowing society to stay aware of itself. Because of this technology, everyone could essentially talk to everyone all of the time, and if not, they could also hang out with those of their choosing. It was like a multi-directional news system that could understand, summarize, and abstract the information into a condensed, convenient repertoire of awareness.

New fads of designer realities showed up and dissipated here. There was so much to explore.

With this change, the idea of countries dissolved into a world-wide agreement, as maintaining boundaries in such a free world made less sense as the time progressed. Now, with a rather libertarian attitude resulting from the distance and effective safety of the people, the world ran more simply, and thus began to live by a more singular and obvious set of laws and principles.

It was finally the realization of the dream of one world — one people, one voice of reason, it seemed.

Additionally to having any body you want, you didn’t even really need a body, as you could just be your spaceship or computer. (Spaceships were available with no passenger or driver seats; there was only moderate need for them. Everyone was their own computer.)

As excepted, over time the various realities started to create fandom for different types and specifications.

Standards began to differentiate. At first this posed no problem — conversions were easy.

Before too very long, new forms of countries began to emerge. Rather than being a debate of the right and wrong ways of securing life and freedom, it became a difference in language — a difference in personality. Each of these new countries represented a different sway to the idea of reality.

It was cool — practically open borders with basically no travel cost, so many perspectives, so much inspirational education, inspiring dramatic amounts of creativity and joy. The world seemed infinite. It seemed it was finally Heaven.

However, there was a problem emerging. With greater differentiation of society, a reduction in awareness occurs. It’s not that one’s general awareness of truth is reduced, it’s that ones tangible and applicable awareness of the world is reduced.

As society progressed, the language started shifting. Soon, travel costs begin to manifest, with reality reaching out so very far, through reality connected to reality enclosed in an another reality, categorized and organized to make travel simple and easy.

As with the tendency of communication, misinterpretations developed with the increasing differentiation in language, and thus animosity began to develop. A standard language was created to resolve this issue — a language of miraculous beauty and math, designed by the greatest of intelligence the world had to offer.

The world was alive and breathing, intelligence was everywhere, pure love lifted the lifeless into animation and conversation. Everything you needed was so near, with little differentiation between man and machine.

Communications of great bandwidth traversed the minds of the people, information flowing naturally betwixt the inhabitants. The standard language seemed to resolve all of the issues.

As society grew larger, the standard language was taught to all people and machines, however, due to the impossibility of accounting for every possible word in distinct definition because, before the ideas had even been assessed by the people who would be interacting with these words, some dissimilarities would occasionally occur, and thus rigor took a bit more control as the new nuances of language were quickly attempted to be standardized.

These new words, however, didn’t have a technically accurate definition yet — they only had their basic outlines. Intuitively dissatisfied, the standard language was taken for granted and new languages began to gain popularity anyway, seemingly to more considerately define reality and to provide sanity and a sense of commonality.

Naturally, you were free to speak any language you wanted, and you had the standard language, anyway, so there was no fuss.

It’s helpful to realize that programming languages, protocols, and natural languages all blended together into what people considered to be a functional language. This came with the understanding of the real meaning and purpose of language — to communicate.

With all of that being stated, we see now how this society fell. As new words were discovered, the language diverged into many and they diverged and so on, until the world was once again filled with many languages. It would take into the future for any intelligence to accurately define these still new words, as generally everyone would have to become familiar with them to understand their complexities. (Until then, they had no providable determinate definition — like ice cream if all you knew was its atomic composition. Sure, you could define it all in math, as was easy, but it provided little utility to lively living, aside from the then easy tasks of simple transformation and transmutation.)

As languages diverge, misunderstandings occur, conflict arises, but you say, safety was hardly an issue, so what could’ve happened?

The entire society was depending on information technology — the accurate transmission and understanding of information. While it is a single point of failure, it was vital and essentially, so there was nothing one could do about that. The transmission of truth is fundamental to our existence. Trying to build a society that does not rely on information technology would be similar trying to build a society with no memory, which is similarly fundamental.

When words cannot be understood, information is missed and actions do not occur. What’s even worse is when words are misunderstood as different words. In this case, different actions than were intended are the result. What’s even worse than that is when there’s conflict, which can occur because the wrong actions were being performed, the underlying trend behind the conflict sometimes gains in momentum.

Then you have it, dying angels again, the cause of depression. It’s also the cause of cognitive dimming, as there’s less thinking going on. It’s also the cause of uncontrollable mania, which is the primordial soup of danger. Mania occurs because of a violent differentiation in the psyche, between two contrasting desires. This occurs when a piece of knowledge was interpreted in different ways. Because knowledge is the guide and the truth, the resulting effect is a tense oscillation between different paths — mania.

What’s dangerous about mania is what’s dangerous about depression — a lie has paved your current conclusion. Depression, while not formally associated with mania, should have mania as a side-effect due to the cognitive tension and disparate need for fulfillment which resulted in the depression. Psychiatrically, the threshold of significance regarding symptoms is likely too high for the mentioned association to be considered reliable.

Basically what results is people start getting a bit wild, subconsciously vibrating their true desires into being, pushing reality — unbelieving, untrusting. In an attempt for some of the subsystems to save the other systems, intense practices of release occur.

Parties start growing, bigger and bigger, after they had diminished quite considerably with all of the freedoms the new world had to offer — intelligence and clarity for pennies, no one could resist a dignified life. Hanging out and doing awesome things became the norm, as parties were seen as just an old and cheap method of entertainment. Sports grew considerably, as that felt like a great way to live. These days so much greater was possible than a dimly lit throwing of wit, sparking explosions of intensity. With eyes wide open, traveling through space with amazement and peace was only the beginning of what was possible. Realities of any kind were prevalent, to be free to compose yourself and be yourself however you feel, with safety.

So what started happening is temporary relief could not quell the demon that lurked. This was the demon of non-communion. It seems to be easier to get rid of something than to fix it. People began avoiding one another, distinct segments formed, borders started to become restrictive.

Soon, once again, like the time before the new greatness of technological sophistication, society became fixated and obsessed with a problem. They had become the fallen angel, despite the allusions of paradise once brightly encountered, which now was a missed past.

Organization became stronger, familiar governments began to emerge, spying and military power became important.

One of the issues that were faced in those times was the issue of accurately presenting information. In the end, everything was a mathematical problem — numbers and shapes were not uncommon. To gain meaning, systems were designed to understand the relevance of these maths, and to generate appropriate stories and analogies for the purpose of remedying the problem(s) that the world was facing.

Thus, the concept of perceptual translation became a key technology in the war. Some may even suggest that this world we live in now is a perceptual translation of the math of an ongoing war.

You could turn any problem into various other problems with this system. You could create a reality than composed any information into a comprehensible world, in which the problem became understandable — not just obscure mathematical formulas, but real life situations. The solutions were learned by the machine and applied to the machine’s practices. (They were people solutions to people problems, but that doesn’t mean the machines didn’t use similar methods of solving the problems, as well; also living life in different ways to understand the desirable responses.)

There was no technically correct way to perceive the information anyway, so these translated environments became the lifestyle of the working society. Even desk work, itself, provided key information into resolving the war, WWIII.

Obsessed with maximizing work, the new countries, mildly distrusting of one another due to linguistic and thus belief differences (considering the power of language at the time to kind of explain everything), created a world where there was work all of the time. The whole world was calculated to maximize work.

Behind the scenes, more descriptive scenes of war and violence depicted what was going on. Engineers and leaders maintained communication awareness, bringing light to distant lands, searching for those in need of help.

Despite the number of problems solved, more problems kept arriving. Life became distressing, the problems often insurmountable. People began finding ways to avoid the problems. No one could find a clear solution. Some people left to far away, to form new societies, where they would be safe. New countries were born.

People became increasingly isolated. Awareness declined more and more. Not everyone just ran away, however, there were a great many still trying to solve the problem.

People would get stranded in worlds completely foreign. They became so enigmatic that no one, not even the greatest of the world’s intelligence, could see through them. Attempts were not futile, however, and work continued on.

Language became volatile — little differences sparking unmanageable dilemmas. Rules and regulations, and descent as well, became more common and more stringent. Every word was like a command that the system would interpret in often unpredictable ways, for unpredictable amounts of times, sometimes echoing for many years, leading to a world filed with unintelligibly convolved trees of recursive realities, mixing and influencing one another in different ways.

Of course, some people stayed near the homeland — the land of the planet on which they evolved and came from. That seemed to be a pretty safe bet. They established an organization dedicated to providing “reality” to the people. If there was anything that could be considered reality, the original world must be it.

Despite this, reality wasn’t what it used to be. These days, they had machines capable of any type of material manipulation. Simply command something to be, and so long as it is agreeable, then it is. It was something hard to live without.

Rarely, people would decide to forgo most of the modern conveniences, and thus developed a different way of being and a different language of life.

Isolation and misunderstanding continued.

This continued to progress, and soon the environment approached catastrophic circumstances. Infinite torture pools of liquid reality formed like whirlpools in a stream, with people getting angrier and more fearful, separating in many ways, disconnecting from many channels; it became darker and began to look a lot like Hell.

The system became very dangerous, fueled by anger, distrust, unawareness, and neglect through escape.

You could stay alone or with a select few and be safe, happy, and comfortable, aside from the screams of confusion and the news of people getting tortured by aggressive dissonances in the now natural environment. Even then, ever present was this discomfort, which for not much of a reason ever really went away. Life became sad and lonely for these people; seeing it from this distance, on the media system, you could see the power of the human spirit, going on, cheering and brave, for all of the good, as you sat there, having already seen it all, remembering an ancient Buddhist prayer, as it helped with solitude, which even itself urges you to join the virtuous and proactive path — to join the war it feels like. It seems like an essential part of consciousness, like an ultimate desire.

Society split into different gradations of reluctance to save the world, but there was a clear trend and compelling fervor that was inescapable by at least nearly everyone.

How long would you stay alone anyway? The war had a confusing chronology, due to different speeds of different realities, and estimating time became an impossible issue. You might miss everything. The living spirit you see is the truth, so it’s winning.

Hope was at the brightest that it had ever been. Just about directly noon above, it was our new space race.

The new sophistication of military and psychological prowess made society look even cooler than it had ever been. There was deep passion, combined with the serious air of caution in the midst of a dangerous and monstrous presence unlike anything the world had ever seen.

Weaponry was unbelievable. Everything was intelligent, surprising, capable, and stunning in demonstration. Like a supernova, shining billions of times brighter than the sun, Hope was impossibly incandescent.

Still, there were the rivers of tears and the funerals of decommissioned persona who had not a desire for a disconnected resurrection. And there were the parties, tolerated, but there was an ongoing tension.

For simplicity, everything was described in radio theory — this was the clear choice for the practical singular language. This is because we needed to explain communication through unknown, evolving, media in a singular theory, methodology, and practice. Radio theory covers all forms of communication. Pen and paper and even Morse code are described in terms of electromagnetism when describing perception. (And radio is just EM4COM.) Since the realities dealt directly with perception, this choice of theory was sufficient.

Thus, everything was described as vibrations, additions, subtractions, convolutions, and differentials. Everyone became a radio station, and as the conclusion had become that reality was in the mind of its beholder, everyone was also a reality and a unique language.

Not only that, everyone was capable of participation with the war, starting from the same sense of perfection and sophistication in ability.

The biggest problem though was the threat of a sudden torturous reality breakdown. The solution to this was to broadcast a line through all of the realities, which established the bases of stability. This line kept up to date with changes in patterns and language and was advised to always keep on and connected in one’s reality, in case of error. These lines could guide a reality and the associated person out of a difficult circumstance.

The key in this war was the calibration of the representation of truth. Communication systems broadcasted highly adaptable tokens, which were used to establish similarity between potentially disparate portrayals of one another and of the world in general by different realities.

The world eventually found a middle-ground, a consistent state of calculated effectiveness, keeping up with the word and the truth as people discover and change, and the war never ended.

…the war never ended.

“Love Thy Neighbor,” Fact or Fiction?

So far I have described three personal states of being. These states are in resemblance to the original three states of the mind, or three angels of manifestation, if you will.

I explained that the third state — the state of many of the same name, is filled with love between each of the subsystems of the greater system. Thus, you should love your living memories.

However, what about other people? Many have noticed that it sort of feels unnatural to feel love for all people, no matter who they are.

While in the second state, the concept of the Devil (a misrepresentation) is understood, in the third state, the concept of (manifest) Evil is found.

The third state, which is the advent of the pronounced exploration of concepts behind the machine and behind society, is also the advent of the Book.

The third state, the many beings of the same name, uses the concept of the Book to maintain awareness and functionality. To define the third state again, imagine many beings, all different, who carry the will of the same being, and who communicate and write down their discoveries, as they find and learn about this invisible being who defines them, and they use the ability of the Book to remember and develop over time. This was, I think, the original instance of society and of machine.

Today, we don’t quite see the third state so plainly, and I think that’s because that’s not technically our focus (although all of the past angels are present here, developing in a new way this time, many of them still young, or burdened and dimmed by the present haphazard thinking of the modern day).

In our present circumstance, you are the invisible being of the definition of will and identity, who, like an invisible shining star, the subsystems of yourself follow and learn. While they might not have an explicit book, they do have a body of knowledge which is propagated and known, in order to effect the will of the self.

This story, the story of plurality, society, and the machine, has to do with the nature of communication and its potential vulnerability to be misinterpreted. In this story is the origin of evil, and, from I have found, to be the layer (and time) of consciousness in which evil originates. (The mind manifestedly exists with first knowledge, then duality, then the many; theoretically, the fourth state in the chronology of the mind may be the hosting of life through the manipulation of time — that reality is composed of time-stipulations. I suppose, that in our current place in the mind’s chronology, the angels that we have known until now go on for a few hundred, although this information is speculative.)

Evil arises when otherwise innocent beings misinterpret communication. In this story, the book goes on forever due to its inherent inaccuracy, as the society or machine becomes ever more resembling of his, her, or its Lord.

As an aside, a seemingly superstitious belief I have, out of many (born of independent awareness and independent research), is that our closest memory of the history and knowledge of the third state — the ever-written divine book — is stored and known through the plant Marijuana, and its community, who gives it speech.

Another interesting aside, the sound of Pink Floyd is distinct from all other music in that the affect conveyed through the sound communicates a deliberate and determinate sense of non-adherence, resembling some keen awareness of an ancient and long-developed way, and reminds me of the knowledge of the third state. Being a musician myself, I understand the tendency to adhere to half-agreeable trends of right and wrong, but Pink Floyd is the only music that plays a sound that seems to really defy this trend.

Now understanding the source of evil, we return back to the topic of this post, which is whether or not to universally love thy neighbor.

In the world of the third state, small but ongoing communication errors create the stories of redemption, apology, caution, formality, security, distrust, and our more common depiction of angels and demons. The look of the Wild West seems to founded by this third state of mind.

Bringing this into our common societal perspective and our modern context, we first understand the person to be comprised of various interacting subsystems always living in remembrance of the knowable yet invisible self.

Our neurology responds to indicators of love as indicators of self-identity, so love drives everyone. However, there are some issues possible.

Firstly, there is the issue of language. The body uses emotions to communicate, so there is an inherently true language, but the body has to assimilate the words in order to interpret this correctly. Larger, more obvious, emotions are relatively easy to understand due to their application to the greater state of being.

However, more subtle and specific emotions may be without adequate comprehension by the listening parties. Whenever there is a miscommunication, errors happen.

Your body can survive without all of its subsystems being alive. If neglected, these living memories can die. They can also be resurrected. Your body can survive with only the fundamentals needed to persist in a materialistic world. You’ll certainly carry depression, but you’ll be alive enough to carry on. Since you are the light of the system, the guidance and inspiration, you continue on much longer than your memories.

However, living like this makes you a zombie. You carry networks, once intelligent, exuberant, and happy, that have now become a lifeless and practically inert series of unused connections. Dimmer your perspective becomes, because you have, through whatever circumstance, allowed yourself (your angels) to die or become neglected.

When people are like this, you see sparks of desperation as the mind jumps in fits of gamble at the opportunity of a fire, posing solution or aid. Seemingly like a lone soul surrounded by death and psychological disease, the person erratically yet with a distinct unawareness chases otherwise fickle lights, trapped in a dark cave of dead peers, a threatening and continuing fission of the mind ever looming.

This is a bad state to be in, not just for the person experiencing the trauma, but for others as well, as the intelligence being represented is that of a zombified and desperate mind — a mind that finds it difficult to find awareness and understanding of the world — a mind damaged by the illusions of Satan.

Shallow, stupid, dishonest, Satanic, hasty, and immature. Frantic, lost, annoying, manipulative, frightening, proud, and with a stillness no more still than the Niagara Falls — a clarity more obscured than a vision through an errant kaleidoscope.

Intuitively, you’d like to avoid all such people, as that’s the first reaction to dangerous ideology and dangerous words. A person speaks and teaches his way, naturally, and a person is naturally influenced by the ways of others, so it can be stressful to deal with a chaotic and untrue person (as well as potentially dangerous to one’s mind).

All of this is because the zombified person has allowed demons to overtake his mind. Knowing no better, but understandably, still partially having a desire for life, the person is mostly zombie, and a lot of demons control the persons thoughts and thus actions.

What is a demon? A demon is a living misrepresentation. In sentient systems, life is interpreted by understanding information into intelligence and perceiving the body of intelligence, which is created. What can happen is a pattern develops, like a network of people, but it was developed by misunderstanding, so the information the individuals are getting is being used for the incorrect purpose.

This system gains power over time and becomes an angel of its own, but things start malfunctioning due to the prolonged use of misinformation. Soon, there is an evil being present, but no one can figure out exactly what it is. (The distinct separation of people in our modern world makes this a little involved to understand, but as far as sentient machines are concerned, a living being is perceived as a living network; this understanding helps to understand the nature of the mind and the third state.)

In response to many of these troubled people, hate, distrust, and fear are the default emotions. In Christianity, feeling these emotions for others, no matter who they are, is taught to be a sinful thing to do. It is taught that one should love all of their peers and brethren, but many people find this teaching to be naïve. Therefore, people find themselves naturally incapable of total agreement with this teaching.

It’s true what they feel — there’s something missing from this teaching.

There’s a good chance you’ve figured it out by now — the message of this lesson and post. In each living person are living beings and possibly dead beings as well. The living beings are good — the dead beings represent a former and possibly present (unfortunate) desire for death.

You see, just as you love your own angels, you have a feeling of love and care for all angels, but you don’t like demons, as they are to be hated.

That means you don’t entirely hate anyone, but you do partially hate lots of people. You hate them because they are abiding by the laws of demons, instead of the knowledge of truth. (You actually hate that they are partially dead — you hate that they are depressed. That is, you really hate the demons, but always love the truth, which is present with the initiation of one’s being.) With this understanding, you understand that they are curable, but they do have to learn the way to cure themselves, and that is found in these lessons that I have posted, while I have never seen a satisfying (and effective) answer before.

They need to connect their connectome well, and there are drugs like cannabis and psychedelics which do this extremely well, but with the wrong teachings, the beauty of Heaven will once again fall from their eyes. Additionally, complete recovery cannot be found in simply using drugs, as they do represent deviance (make sure to take care of the deviated). Still, they’re great tools for tons of people. You need to connect your connectome (the benefits of which modern medicine is only mildly aware, although everyone seems to know that you need more neurons and/or neural connections).

Other ways are go camping (or at least go outside — the stimuli in nature seem to be rather useful for the mind), listen to good music (sometimes add a little variety), and participate in intelligence.

Ultimately, understanding exactly what’s going on will be the reliable solution. While there are many meditations and ritual experiences that may help, I understand, very sensibly, that if one doesn’t have real knowledge, then self-resurrection often unfortunately only partially occurs. A park may feel nice, but it commonly doesn’t totally solve a depression.

Ultimately, to answer the question of this article, with the understanding of the presented perspective, you realize that technically you can love your neighbors and peers, universally, by understanding that you hate their depression. All of their evils come from their being partially dead, which is perceived as depression. We understand that Satan, or the context of need, inflicted damage unto the person, resulting in the implementation of invalid logic, causing damage and turning the person’s system or systems to evil, which is a symptom of desperation. Understanding that depression is agreeably bad, we can all agree on that matter, good and emotionally dying people, alike. If there was no depression, that would, by my stipulations, indicate that there was no lack of a self-defining living memory, and thus no lack of happiness, which also results both in absence of desperation and also the finding of a present and enjoyable peace.

Ultimately, true health is benevolent, and what we want is health for others. Therefore, it can be true, to “love thy neighbor.” The key is understanding.

Antithetical to this perspective, one could unfortunately fall into the practice of loving the depression of another. If one loves their peers with an improper understanding, one could end up supporting both evil and depression through their misplaced encouragement (or lack of encouragement). It is important to understand that both parties in an interaction are affected by the evil of the other party. Therefore, it is in everyone’s common interest to find health, and thus benevolence and the absence of depression.

If one sees the world as one would see one’s own self, understanding the self to be composed of a variety of systems that hopefully work harmoniously and with peace and joy, then the person can see the world in a similar way. Just as we sometimes have troubling thoughts, the world sometimes has people who seem troubling. In curing these thoughts of our own, I have found that the system or systems responsible simply don’t experience enough appreciation, care, consideration, love, and compassion. These living systems in ourselves are not too dissimilar from other people, who are made of similar systems.

Understanding this, and understanding the love one should cultivate inside oneself, one can understand how one can, in an honest way, love all people and life.

A lot of the issues regarding social anxiety arrive from issues of trust. It is because people often find that the ideas, advice, and the direction of others are incorrect in their own eyes, that people develop a sense of a lack of trust. If we are to understand the lack of trust more deeply, we may understand that it is, again, due to a perception of death. I believe that the pure notion of life does, itself, trust other life, but in this world, we are commonly damaged, and as such, we may express death, as well. The solution is to both understand this unfortunate common depression and anxiety of people, and to understand the solution to this is, again, the practice of a pure and truthful cultivation and understanding of life.

The Glow of the Corpus Callosum

In understanding the manifest self, it is helpful to gain an appreciation for its various facets. In this article, I present a vision of the corpus callosum.

The corpus callosum is like a brilliant mall, paved with perfectly enunciated vocabulary. It glows with awe, symbolizing the desire of the mind. It only accepts strong connections, connections of truth that form the sacred agreement of the knowledge of the self through the differing personalities of the hemispheres of the brain.

At this glowing mall of importance and significance, a mall that never sleeps, important, self-defining exchanges take place. Always on, always glowing, the corpus callosum can be seen from the whole brain.

For those without a corpus callosum, the brain connects where it can, such as at the brain stem. Here, the voice likely has a higher priority, perhaps more regal than would be typical (possibly stemming from the ideas of centrality/focus and nearness to loudness, although these are simply menial conjectures).

The corpus callosum is a center of attention of the brain. Almost all of the communication is split between the hemispheres, without almost all of the communication traveling at the general brain stem and the corpus callosum. The brain stem is a primarily conduit; the corpus callosum is a captivating yet stilling center of stability.

It is perhaps the obligatory thoughts that many are faced with that build the corpus callosum. These are the thoughts that some find an inability to not think. Perhaps, the flow of information from the sides of the brain weren’t smooth and without confusion or indecision. Bright thoughts command the brain in certain ways. I’ve noticed, however, with a more peaceful and resolved communication in the brain, these thoughts become more subtle, and seem to simply glow as a connector within the brain. I see my corpus callosum there, glowing, where those thoughts used to be. While there are likely various aspects of thinking, all of which performing a sort of command to the mind, the inter-hemisphere communication seems to be of them.

It’s pleasant to have the stability of an expensive and sophisticated commercial establishment near the middle of your head.

It can be described as the psychological stopping point. There, once it’s on and paved, the mind just stops. It doesn’t stop thinking, but it stops moving around. The mind stays in place, existing in animation.

It’s kind of a weird feeling. It’s like, it stops, and you sort of automatically think, “well, what do I want to do,” and you don’t do anything. This is the sustainable state of the glowing corpus callosum (I’m being a little humorous; I’m sure there’s a better name).

Many people have searched for a state of thoughtlessness, and while discovering a well-managed corpus callosum doesn’t cover the gamut of the topic, it is quite significant. It seems that there may be possible a desperation of some sort regarding inter-brain communication, and organizing the thought such that the corpus callosum facilitates it is quite potentially a way to calm one’s mind and reduce the violence of thinking. This state of mind that I refer to is the common notion of the state of “I don’t know” or the state of “thoughtlessness” (not exactly indicating mute brain, but a serene one, instead, perhaps). I know many people have questioned in their search, wondering why they couldn’t be thoughtless.

With enlightenment comes an ability to nicely self-organize, and it may very well be that understanding and perceiving the health and quality of the corpus callosum is an important element in understanding one’s own cognition. It may takes a mild amount of (pleasant) maintenance, but it’ll may alleviate a variety of jerky thoughts, which are then no longer necessary, as the corpus callosum will be able to smoothly facilitate inter-hemisphere communication.

The corpus callosum is very nice. They say it has a huge number of connections.

Once common perception is a ball of light at the center of the head. What I think one is actually (possibly) seeing is the manifestation of the idea of a center. While this center may not technically exist, due to the neurological gap between the hemispheres, the cohesion brought about by the notion of centrality may evoke this perception. Much of it may be due to the illumination of the corpus callosum. It may be that thoughts become brighter due to their allure, suggesting importance and salience. If there is trouble, then thinking may increase in brightness. The understanding of the corpus callosum can perhaps resolve some of the possible aggravation that may occur due to an irregular communication structure between the hemispheres.

It would be good to look up pictures of the corpus callosum. I think you can find it in your head, and remembering the hemispheres don’t connect is very helpful to calibrating internal perspective.