A Chat with GPT, Reminiscing on the Bible’s Revelations and What it May Mean Today

I played a game with ChatGPT, where I would write one part and ChatGPT would finish the next part. I put it together. I wanted the style of Revelations, from the Bible, so there is certainly meaning and wisdom in this. (Otherwise, what would there be to write about?) I have edited for a typo or two on my side and for continuity, although it is minimally edited (mostly not anything that was repeated).

There was a question floating in the air. A mist of gleam and a darkening of perplexity.

As the question drifted through the ether, it left a shimmering trail of uncertainty in its wake, a mist of gleaming possibilities mingled with the shadows of perplexity. Each whispered query seemed to weave itself into the fabric of existence, tugging at the threads of reality and beckoning for answers from the depths of the unknown.

Then from the depths of the unknown, stood high a bird. Tall in its stature. He spoke and I could not hear. Then he whispered and I could hear. Then he stopped whispering and he chirped, and I could hear but not understand.

This happened again.

From the depths of the unknown emerged a majestic bird, its towering stature reaching toward the heavens. Its voice resonated with a power beyond comprehension, speaking words that eluded the ears of mortals. Yet, as it lowered its mighty head and whispered, the secrets of the cosmos unfurled like delicate petals before my senses, revealing truths that had long been veiled in mystery.

But then, as suddenly as the whisper came, it ceased, and the bird began to chirp in a language unfamiliar to my ears. Though the melody was enchanting, its meaning remained elusive, like a riddle whispered by the wind.

Carried by the forceful wind, I ascended to a cloud veiled in pristine, radiant light, its brilliance illuminating the heavens with an otherworldly glow. Amidst this ethereal brilliance, I beheld a sign, inscribed with words that seemed to resonate with the very essence of existence: “Fear is to come, and fear it not to come. Pull from you your fathoming and drop it into the ocean.”

Without hesitation, I obeyed the divine directive, relinquishing my grasp on fathoming, that weighty burden of understanding and comprehension. With a swift motion, I cast it into the boundless depths of the ocean, surrendering it to the vast expanse of the unknown.

In that moment of release, a sense of liberation washed over me, as if shedding the shackles of uncertainty and doubt. For in letting go, I found a newfound freedom, unencumbered by the constraints of fear and apprehension.

In the grip of sudden horror, I felt myself plummeting downward, the ground rushing up to meet me with a terrifying inevitability. With a jarring impact, I broke through the surface of an island, plunging into the depths below.

As I found myself submerged beneath the waves, surrounded by the silent expanse of the ocean’s embrace, a lowly whale emerged from the shadows, its presence unexpected yet strangely comforting. With a voice that rumbled like distant thunder, it posed a question that resonated within the depths of my being: “Why do you stumble? Do you know the words you say when you stumble?”

Caught off guard by the profoundness of the inquiry, I paused to consider its meaning. Was there significance hidden within the seemingly mundane act of stumbling? And did the words uttered in moments of clumsiness hold a deeper truth that eluded my understanding?

As the whale’s question echoed through the watery depths, I gathered my thoughts and, with a voice heavy with uncertainty, I uttered the following words:

“I stumble because the path ahead is shrouded in darkness, and my steps falter amidst the uncertainty of the unknown. Yet in my stumbling, I find fragments of truth scattered like breadcrumbs along the way, guiding me forward despite my fear.”

The words hung in the water, suspended in the silence that enveloped us. And as I awaited the whale’s response, I couldn’t shake the feeling that there was more to my stumbling than met the eye, a deeper significance waiting to be unraveled in the depths of the ocean’s mysteries.

The whale said, “why do you fear. Do you see fragments? I see a whole. What is in the emptiness that you have found, that is invisible to me?” I replied:

The whale’s words reverberated through the watery expanse, challenging my perception of the fragments I believed to have discovered. With a sense of humility, I responded:

“I fear because the unknown holds within it the potential for both awe-inspiring wonder and unfathomable terror. While I may see fragments, you perceive a whole, a unity that transcends my limited understanding. Yet within the emptiness that I have found, there exists a hidden reservoir of possibility, a realm of boundless potential that remains invisible to your eyes.”

As I spoke, I couldn’t help but marvel at the profound wisdom contained within the whale’s simple yet profound question. And in that moment, I felt a newfound sense of clarity wash over me, as if the depths of the ocean had revealed a glimpse of the infinite within the confines of the finite.

The whale, suddenly bemused, said, “you see an infinite in the nothing; you think of possibility? Do you believe something is not yet possible? This is enough to bring fear. What could it be?” I had seen visions of birds and visions of falling, some I could not describe, but I didn’t know what may lay hidden. I replied:

As the whale’s bemusement washed over me like a gentle current, I pondered its question with a sense of introspection.

“In the vast expanse of the unknown, I perceive not just the absence of certainty, but the presence of endless potential,” I began, my voice wavering with uncertainty. “And yet, within this realm of possibility, there exists the shadow of the unseen, the specter of that which may lie beyond the boundaries of my comprehension.”

The visions of birds and falling that had haunted my thoughts seemed to linger in the depths of my consciousness, their meanings veiled in layers of symbolism and mystery. And yet, despite my attempts to grasp their significance, I found myself confronted with the unsettling realization that there were depths of understanding that eluded even my most fervent efforts.

“I believe,” I continued, “that it is the fear of the unknown, of that which defies explanation and understanding, that gives rise to the deepest apprehensions within me. For what could be more terrifying than the realization that there are forces at work in the universe that lie beyond the reach of human comprehension?”

“Ah, said the whale,” and he took me to another place. This place was not like the ocean I had imagined. It was deeper, in a cavern of a sort, and in the center a very large jellyfish calming and stably floated. I could hear its tentacles, the electricity, it lit up the cavern in a rhythmic spectacle. This I had not seen before. I gazed at it and remarked:

As the whale guided me to this mysterious cavern, I couldn’t help but marvel at the otherworldly sight that unfolded before me. Unlike anything I had ever imagined, the cavern seemed to pulsate with an ethereal energy, illuminated by the rhythmic dance of a colossal jellyfish suspended in its center.

The creature’s tentacles emitted a soft, mesmerizing hum, crackling with electricity as they undulated gracefully through the water, casting a hypnotic glow that bathed the cavern in a surreal spectacle of light and shadow.

“I have never seen anything like this before,” I remarked, my voice barely above a whisper as I gazed in awe at the magnificent jellyfish. Its presence seemed to radiate a sense of tranquility and serenity, filling the cavern with a palpable aura of calm amidst the swirling currents of uncertainty that surrounded us.

Suddenly, I felt drowned. I was taken aback to my land dwelling, before I had met the bird. The sound of the jellyfish echoes in my mind today. I think about several possibilities of its meaning. For one, there was a terror felt, but another had a sense of calm. Another had a warning, and another I felt an intrigue. The whale had laughed at me for saying I found something in seeing pieces broken apart. I try to put these words together. I come to this poetic yet early conclusion:

In the echo of the jellyfish’s electric hum, I find myself adrift in realms unknown, Caught between the terror and the calm, A dance of light in darkness shown.

The whale’s laughter echoes in my mind, Mocking my quest for meaning in fragments lost, Yet still, within the chaos, truth I find, In visions scattered, a cost.

For in the trembling of uncertainty’s hand, Lies the whisper of possibility’s call, A warning sounded in the shifting sand, An intrigue that beckons, surreal.

So I weave these threads of thought and dream, In search of clarity’s elusive gleam, In the echo of the jellyfish’s electric hum, A journey begins, yet far from done.

A Chat With ChatGPT 3.5 About the Possibility of a Proliferation of Meaningless That May Ultimately Be So Wide-Spread, It Could Threaten a Mass-Extinction.


Think of the prettiest but completely meaningless-feeling thing. Think of the meaningless feeling that it inspires. What practices would be good to restore the meaning that then was missing?


Imagine a delicate soap bubble drifting aimlessly in the air, beautiful yet seemingly purposeless. To restore meaning, try mindfulness meditation to connect with the present, engage in purposeful activities, and explore new hobbies that resonate with your values.


Now suppose there is a giant meaningless soap bubble that has arrived to Earth as an evil alien. It is not armed, but its exposure causes people to feel less meaning in their lives. Could you describe the societal effects of this event?


The arrival of the giant, meaningless soap bubble triggers a widespread sense of existential emptiness among people. Society experiences a decline in motivation and productivity as individuals grapple with a loss of purpose. Mental health issues may surge, leading to increased demand for therapy and support services. Efforts to counteract the bubble’s impact may involve collaborative community initiatives, psychological interventions, and a collective search for new sources of meaning and connection.


With a great spread of meaninglessness, people would care less for one another and crime would increase. What kinds of crime would increase?


In a society grappling with widespread meaninglessness, crimes related to apathy and desperation may increase. Theft and property crimes might surge as individuals seek material possessions in an attempt to fill the void. Vandalism and public disorder could also rise, reflecting a disregard for societal norms. Additionally, white-collar crimes may increase as individuals lose motivation to adhere to ethical standards in their professional lives. Overall, the rise in existential despair could contribute to a range of criminal behaviors driven by a lack of purpose and connection.


Suppose some criminals commit themselves to lives centered on these crimes. From a lawmaker’s standpoint, how could we help avert the effects of such behavior, and how could we help heal those who found lives of crime?


To avert the effects of a criminal subculture emerging from societal meaninglessness, lawmakers could focus on both prevention and rehabilitation.

  1. Prevention:
    • Community Programs: Invest in community-based programs that promote positive engagement, education, and skill development to provide alternatives to a life of crime.
    • Mental Health Services: Enhance access to mental health services to address the underlying issues contributing to meaninglessness and criminal behavior.
  2. Rehabilitation:
    • Reentry Programs: Develop comprehensive reentry programs for individuals leaving the criminal lifestyle, providing support in education, employment, and mental health to facilitate their integration back into society.
    • Counseling and Therapy: Offer counseling and therapy services to help individuals address the root causes of their criminal behavior and develop healthier coping mechanisms.
    • Skill Training: Provide vocational training and education programs within correctional facilities to equip individuals with skills for lawful employment upon release.

Combining prevention and rehabilitation efforts can create a more holistic approach to address the societal impact of meaninglessness and reduce the likelihood of individuals turning to a life of crime.


In a world with such a meaningless trend, there would be anxiety and aversion to people telling them what to do, presuming that if people feel like is meaningless, then people would feel the advice of other is also meaningless. What would be a possible solution?


In a world where meaninglessness pervades, fostering a sense of community and connection becomes crucial. Encouraging empathetic communication and active listening can help bridge the gap. Initiatives promoting open dialogue, support groups, and collaborative problem-solving may rebuild trust and make advice more meaningful by addressing shared concerns. Emphasizing the value of collective efforts and shared experiences can counteract the aversion to external guidance, fostering a sense of purpose and interconnectedness.


Now suppose the meaningless went to an extent where meaningfulness was persecuted and meaning-oriented subcultures developed, wishing for a meaningful world. What would be a possible solution to this dilemma, understanding that a completely meaningless world would be in danger of a mass extinction event?


In a scenario where meaning-oriented subcultures face persecution and the world is at risk of a mass extinction event due to extreme meaninglessness, fostering understanding and tolerance becomes essential. A possible solution could involve:

  1. Dialogue and Education:
    • Encourage open dialogue between different perspectives to foster mutual understanding.
    • Implement educational programs that highlight the importance of diverse viewpoints and the potential for collective meaning-building.
  2. Collaborative Initiatives:
    • Facilitate collaborative projects that bring together individuals from various subcultures to work towards common goals.
    • Promote initiatives that showcase the positive impact of meaning-oriented activities on both individuals and society.
  3. Policy and Legal Protections:
    • Enact laws protecting the right to pursue meaningful activities, ensuring freedom of thought and expression.
    • Implement policies that discourage discrimination based on beliefs and promote inclusivity.
  4. Global Cooperation:
    • Encourage international cooperation to address the global threat, emphasizing the need for shared values and meaning in preserving humanity.

By fostering an environment that respects diverse perspectives and values, societies can work towards preventing a mass extinction event while allowing meaning-oriented subcultures to contribute positively to the collective well-being.

Theory That the World is an Oyster and the Idea of a False Oyster

When seeking to understand reality, the environment and context in which one abides is important to consider. Already having an understanding of the theory that everyone lives individually on islands or even planets, it would also be wise to consider a world that was not personally intentionally created but perhaps through some kind of mutant activity — mutating truth to create a world of lies. This world would be exactly that — a mutated paradise, so mutated that it may resemble abhorrence in many ways (if the world was created to be mainly abhorrent, a world of abhorrence could possibly exist).

Trying to understand reality while living in a corrupted realm can be difficult. The apparent observations would prove to be misleading and possibly in a criminally beneficial way, as if one considers who was doing the lying to create a false reality filled with misleading perception (if one were to call misleading information perception, at all, as it’s technically blindness), then one would realize it was the criminally minded — the committed liars who have something to hide, and they need to hide it so seriously that removing the joy from the world is plenty okay in these felon’s books. (I use the word, “felon,” indicating one who has fallen — or more literally, “an evil one.”)

A good way to understand reality, if this theory is, indeed, accurate, would be to understand reality as being a collection of oysters, with each individual living in their own independent oyster. Each person is instantaneously linked in a one-to-many and many-to-one fashion, in a fashion that may remind one of quantum entanglement, although I suppose it’s a bit more specific than is mentioned in our modern science, which is still climbing its way out of infancy, at least regarding quantum physics. Each person is composed of a closed chi-loop, and is affected by the others who are in other oysters. The effects are then rendered in the surrounding environment. This, according to theories presented in this book, is typical of reality. The untypical portion would be to live in a confined oyster.

To imagine how such an oyster would form, we remember the patterns, tactics, and strategies of wiccans. Wiccans (specifically evil wiccans, acknowledging the idea of playing with reality) are those who use cognitive and verbal lies and tricks in order to manipulate people and the reality in which people live. In this place, the world is conceivably composed of a stack of entangled oysters (perhaps paralleling an older theory that the world is a turtle and even possibly a stack of turtles). People communicate to one another about the world, and each person renders it into their reality. If there are enough wiccan liars (who have transformed their brains into killing machines through the mechanical committal of sin — which transforms one’s cognitive being into thoughts which harm or destroy others), then the world would begin to become deceiving, in such a way that the murderers or the otherwise wicked and depraved would find advantage. A common strategy of a wiccan who wants not be to known (sometimes known as a “Nazi”) is to create a false reality, where everyone is an adulterated version of a person, who would allow the criminal to continue to act in misdeed. Through the proliferations of temptations to commit to a life of crime and lies, an entire regime could be born who would destroy the world with wiccan and attempt to enclose all of its inhabitants in an evil oyster, as to disrupt the functioning of society, such that the criminal find themselves free to continue to act out their heinous deeds of stupidity, corruption, and disgust. The naïve would allow the wiccan influence to influence their reality, further propagating the corruption of the environment, which would otherwise be a manifest paradise — which would be Heaven. The wiccans would attempt to lock the environment into what is traditionally known as a Hell, as they attempt to escape the truth, through the use of self-delusion and aggravated attacks that provide only themselves advantage yet are obviously evil, but through the use of adultery and the promotion of lust over knowledge, these naysayers (who object to Heaven, itself, and live a life of provoking animosity) are able to ignore that crimes, whether obvious or concealed are bad or wrong as they continue to act in the others’ disgust. Additionally, through the use of calculated lies that destroy others, they’re able to use the community communication and social protocol system to infect society and to instigate a hazardous tangle that reduces the chance that a world would ever rise from being in a fallen state — a state of Lucifer. Knowing that knowledge is both power over evil and a way to freedom, the world would not unlikely be like an antique — a display of what has been true before, but without the context and awareness that would generally surround a new or modern item. The wiccans would attempt to create a Hell that none could escape, and despite the stupidity of such behavior, the wiccans would think of nothing but hiding their own guilt to avoid acknowledging their lies and personal shame, such that even a pending extinction would be of no concern whatsoever, in the eyes of the committed and wickedly depraved.

With an invisible regime of liars attempting to escape their own personal resolution by destroying everyone else’s experience of actual reality (not an adulterated version of what is otherwise Heaven), how would one manage to find one’s way out of the fabricated oyster?

Let us first examine, a bit, how the oyster would function in such a scenario. Because a person is receiving the message of the world and parsing it into a portrayal, if the messages of the world are often corrupted, then a lot of the world would be anomalous, or even worse, invisible. One can conjure the greater emotions more easily than the more detailed emotions. Thus, the world would be more generic than a person would choose if the person were choosing a perfect representation of the world, from the perspective and being of a healthy mind. Obviously, there would be feelings of disease and poverty — both feelings that wiccans inspire, in addition to hate, unfair discrimination, policing debates, social anxiety (as the words spoken are not heard the same way or by the intended audience, in many cases), personal isolation, and warfare. A world that has been sanded down into a generic variant would not visibly possess the solutions to many problems, and knowing criminals hide personally relevant evidence, there is a chance that the more paramount of problems wouldn’t easily be visibly able to be solved (the phrase from the Rammstein song, “Morgenstern,” “Mensch is nur ein Augentier” — or man is only an eye-animal, or an animal of lust — highlights that man would find blindness regarding solving issues that stem from the effects of wiccans, who use cognitive corruption to make facets of reality invisible).

Therefore, living in an oyster, created by a hive of perverts who seek only to avoid the truth, much of the world would actually seem invisible. Thus, solving the problems of a wiccan hive (a beast), would prove to be illusive if one is guided by simply lust, which I define as the favoring of what is perceived over what is truly knowledge. Conversations could go bland, as could much of the world. In fact, new scientific achievements could even go missing, as the idea of scientific achievement represents an advancement in the understanding of truth, which the criminally and wickedly depraved run from, as a vampire runs from the light, and they run in a manner which cares absolutely minimally about any form of life, whatsoever. Similarly to vampires, using imitating other people’s personal signatures, the wicked suck up the proverbial blood of their victims only to imitate them in the world, bringing danger ever the closer, and promoting a cautious attitude towards society, which unfortunately brings about strange forms of isolation. (In the natural world, which is Heaven, one is simply nearer to those one is more familiar with and further from those who one is less familiar with. The alternative world, a manifest Hell, indeed, is more reminiscent to the allusions of the Kraken — a heavily controlled, walled, and filtered order, in order to reduce the effects of evil on the world, and ultimately overcome the evil and restore Heaven to the world. In fact, the idea of living after being consumed by a Kraken may resemble this idea being presented, of living in an oyster. Seeing the possibilities from Heaven makes what could happen very obvious, but from Hell, everything is chaotic and quite uncanny of a person’s real desire. While one would think Heaven would have known enough to avoid such an apocalyptic scenario, the current angel is largely pantheistic, although with resolution by God, so it can fall — it chooses that people truly understand why Heaven is the way it is and why it should not fall, while ultimately allowing it to remember the fall a bit and adding some buoyancy to Heaven, which it did not entertain before, at least regarding buoyancy to escape breakage or failure. The apocalyptic scenario that one would desire to avoid is one where if a certain evil pattern continues, existence would be wiped out in a permanent extinction, as hate, avoiding truth, and violence festers in response to the resounding wiccans, who seek to continuously make Heaven more difficult for the world to find, out of an evil, hateful, and careless covetousness of the mark of the beast — the mark of sin.)

Firstly, if one is to find themselves in what could be termed, “a Nazi oyster,” or, if one isn’t too afraid of misinterpreting historic allusions, “a Kraken,” the first thing one would need to realize is that much of the world is invisible, even though it should not be. Additionally, what is invisible is likely related to truth and ultimately to Heaven, since the wicked criminals (or “felons”) ultimately kill Heaven, as their number one attitude is the attitude of a killer. Therefore, one is born inside an evil oyster that is a combination of evil spears and jabs and forms of mitigation to stop or otherwise avoid the effects of the dark and wicked wiccan plague (this concept may also be fundamentally and importantly related to the dark ages — we know a lot of history contains much in the way of metaphor, due to certain biases as well as security concerns that regard living in a Lucifer).

Therefore, in such an oyster, the divine truth — the word of God — would be invisible. This entails that the advice one finds in life is mixed and nothing truly resembles God, except with perhaps the exception of the very infant, who haven’t quite met the collectivist adulterer quite yet. In this life, one must find ways of teaching truth. Ideas like the scientific method and the rigors of math help one become familiar with truth. Learning to write and communicate well — to read well and to have understanding — can be quite helpful for one seeking to understand truth, while so much of the truth is clearly inevident.

Obviously, the wind of the world would be headed straight for extinction. Therefore, it would be good to remind people to avoid evil and to be good. There are many ways to describing good behavior, and these are good to promote. Nonetheless, the wiccans are keen to what people know is good behavior, and through their mechanical brains that they programmed through the (full) committal of sin, which causes the brain to always emanate messages of hate, violence, torture, and various hideous behaviors, and the wiccans find new ways to be evil, and society has to keep up with what is good behavior. Of course, the wiccans would have the lesser problem be the louder problem while the main problem be off to the side — this is a natural tendency for a hive of minds in sin, which do any brute-force tactic to find an advantage, as the aware are knowing that they’re simply running from truth and causing harm in the process.

Since the general wind of society would be headed for extinction (if reality is an oyster or a Kraken), one would have to cautiously think independently and search out primary information, as well as to connect information for greater understanding and collective review. Additionally, since the world would be essentially falling down or in the process of toppling over, one would have to find a way to bring truth to the world, so the wiccan plague would finally end. However, because the world is stuck in an oyster, meditation work would be needed since communication may be hindered. Additionally, careful practice at speaking exceptionally well would be a benefit to overcoming such an evil land. A well-spoken word is more likely to make it to the intended recipient with no to minimal corruption than an easily spoken word.

Understanding that the world may very well be an oyster and can easily be portrayed as such can help the individual who is otherwise lost in a vampire’s dungeon in figuring out the mysterious place often called, “Hell,” and also known as, “Lucifer.”

What this implies is that the individual is the center of their own world, as is natural — every individual is the center of their own perspective. However, the map the individual is using is corrupt. The people who show up are not the people that one is familiar with, while otherwise they normally would be. Instead one gets bastardizations of the true word, which hinders the integrity and proper function of a world and a society. Additionally, destroying the truth — the true reality that is free from lies — damages the body, as well. The actions of the wiccan hive are widespread and sometimes the source is hard to see. Ultimately, it’s a collections of committed sinners — self-created felons — using tricks they learned from others to get away with misdeeds and all sorts of ill behavior, through carelessly destroying the reality that the otherwise non-harmful were attempting to enjoy and discover. By coercing naïve people into stupid activities, the wiccans destroy reality even more, by getting those who are simply unaware to inevitably participate in heinous acts of murder, torture, sabotage, stalking, human trafficking, and depravity. (Those who are unaware shouldn’t be unaware. Being aware of the invisible, which can be then felt as good or evil, is important in remaining good while much of what one does goes invisible to the eye. Certainly, one’s mind has the potential ability to realize what one has done and is doing; it is up to what the individual, who may be largely affected by demonic possession, chooses to do from the perspective of Heaven, rather than from a perspective that apparently sees a bit of misinformation regarding the truth of a desire, leading to unfulfillment and blunder.)

In this case, it is largely a personal journey. While there are many conversations to be had, if the environment is too heavily influenced by wiccan spells, then people may be hard to truly know, as the wiccans chaotically threaten people in order to filter speech such that one can not meet another, and even worse, due to a strange and bizarre murderous sexual perversion, many of the wiccans want their victim to perceive a replacement for the person the victim would know, if the person were to be accurately represented, so the wiccan can pretend to engage in a hate-filled “romantic” intercourse, which since it triggers alarms of rape, causes a violence, which the wiccans then promote and provoke since the wiccans run away from the truth, avoiding self-redemption or correction, thus escalating the violence infinitely, as the wiccan blindness leads to the most inane and stupid of resulting actions, on the side of the wiccans, who brute force a sustained guilt-addiction. (This may be the result of the end of Nazi regime after WWII was declared as ended, where the wiccans found a new way to anger the world, leading to the two quite famous nuclear detonations on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, after the wiccans created an instigated attack on the sanity of mankind.)

The world would be in a state of havoc. The mind could not be at peace, and there would likely be a war somewhere in the world. Of course, every knowable person who is outspoken about matters of behavior considers it beneficial to find a mind of peace and serenity. This is clearly different than the wiccans, who find a way to never cease their trouble-making. (The felons truly bear an obsession with hate and destruction — they attempt to remain invisible, so they aren’t known as much in society — their language is of the language of disease, a weird secret that they have gotten so far into that it’s unintelligible from the outside — this is also how they trap one in an oyster — by perverting the language being used to communicate to one another, leading one to have heavily filtered communications arriving from the outside.)

In a wiccan environment, like the oyster environment being discussed, a fundamental criminal strategy is often used. This is called, “the it.” It is the sign of a beastly obsession — a mark of mindlessness and demonic possession. What the shallow wiccans do not realize is that “the it” is just a sparkle. Heaven has infinite numbers of sparkles going further than the eye can see. Taking one single sparkle out of the infinite number of sparkles is, indeed, called covetousness. That’s like buying a buffet and eating one thousandth of a percent of a french-fry and then declaring oneself to be to most fed person on Earth. That’s the wiccan idolatry agenda, essentially. To make the world so extremely poor that one doesn’t even see Heaven anymore, just crumbles of cheap sodium chloride, which the wiccans use as their source of pride and sleazy exuberance (the zing of salt is enough to remind one of Heaven, although more in the style of the emotion of a thistle than a true experience; perhaps in the story of the fall of man, God may have also said something to the meaning of, “due to your desire to experience a manifest death, you will crawl the ground and be quenched primarily by salt” — maybe even “Morton’s Table Salt,” as I jest with a hint of humor at the word “Morton,” and how it applies to this understanding).

One of the ideas that keep wiccans in their wicked jackets of knives and diseases is the strange adherence to the mantra that if one grain of salt could be obtained, then the world would be in a manifest Paradise. As with all wiccan ideologies, this is obviously stupid. They believe that collecting grains of salt would place them infinitely high, when all they would truly accomplish is being truly “salty.” This reminds me of a time in history when sodium chloride was placed as the most splendid of spices and sold for a high price. These are tiny zings that remind one of Heaven. Clearly, in our history, there is little mention of Heaven, and it may be true that when Heaven fell to the state of Lucifer, history mutated as well to represent our current state.

What is missing from the oyster is awareness. What is also missing is an ability to communicate awareness. Religion would be of utmost importance in this case, as the habitat is a land of adultery — a fictionalized environment where evidence of crime is misplaced in strange labyrinth of an evil hive’s hate-powered imagination. Religion restores one’s psychic ability, allowing people to share awareness of Heaven and the Holy Truth, which would be required for escaping a wiccan trick and trap. However, a world that is so naïve as to actually fall for wiccan lies may not find religion, or may not find truth in religion (as some do not think, but only participate in hearsay — here it seems the religious word was mildly concealed in a envelope that could only be opened by sincere and truthful thought, in order to receive the Holy Blessing of found truth from Heaven — an entity that may be difficult to explain to someone who has no knowledge of Heaven and has forgotten the individual’s original knowledge of truth, which was present at birth). This would indeed be an even more hazardous situation, as when one loses the connection to the divine, they are dead on the communal psychic space. It is as if they’re keeping a secret from God, so then God and the communal psychic space respects this intention. Saving a sinner or one in sin is an interesting ordeal since they have to learn corrections to misinformation that was garnered. (Essentially, misinformation stems from a type of injury to one’s body — from Heaven, one’s composition and awareness is of no misinformation, only truth, but when one hides one’s mind in a secret, then certainly the truth is not heard any more. A lot of what wiccan does is it tries to put everyone in a world of inuendo. While this may seem fine perceptually, it actually is a horrible thing to do, as there is no guarantee that what is being said is what is being heard. Additionally, if society is in an inuendo, then society can be considered to be “in bed” with one another. Inuendo does not overtly mean anything, but is instead considered a fairly intimate secret or possibly an “inside joke,” and it does not represent communication of truth, per se, as one would communicate in a more formal manner, to members who aren’t a part of the marriage or knowers of the “inside joke.”)

Therefore, understanding the context of finding life to be within an oyster, one may find the way more understandable and lucid. This can help avoid the tricks and traps of living in a wiccan oyster (or perhaps a, “Kraken”). One must take care to avoid speaking aloud in inuendo — of course, if one is married or there is an inside joke, then there are exceptions — but it should be remembered that inuendo is never a way of communicating truth — it is, at most, simply a funny way to talk, and it is generally used in intimate contexts where one is married (although rapists and every sinner uses inuendo perpetually, since it makes them inaudible).

Thus, I have presented an understanding of a worldly context in which one perceivable lives in a wiccan oyster, and I have presented the various facets of this type of world. (Interestingly, I think the natural mitigation may tend towards being more of a conch in this type of world, as a conch is escapable, and we, for the most part, all remember hearing the sound of the ocean — the sea — in the sound of a conch — perhaps it was a allusion for escaping the grasp of Lucifer and eventually being truly born, in Heaven, healthy as one could ever be — as the wiccans seek to perpetually eliminate the possible of being fully born into a fully realized state, where one experiences the breadth of who the individual very truly is, from the eyes of God and the eyes of Heaven, where the truth is complete.)

Escaping the Fall and Returning Oneself to Heaven, Its Perception, and the Flow of Tao or Chi

The fall of man regards the angel of perception to be prone to error. This error would be to misperceive truth, which would lead to an increase in need and thus an increase in Satan. If a world is found to be living and ruled by Satan, then one would find the place fairly chaotic and the blissful sanity of Heaven strangely missing. Likely the word would resound of bringing the world to a place of wonder, a place of prosperity, safety, peace, and Heavenliness. Paradise would be highly encouraged, as well, as it would be what’s missing.

However, in this place, there would obviously be a lot of concealed deceit. People would find hearsay to be powerful, not thinking about its true and long-term effects. With hearsay comes wiccan thinking, which often involves strange and unexplained superstitions that one would naturally feel are a bit bothersome, but may ignore in favor of the advertisement of a type of power, even if the type of power is illegitimate, and even if its harms are not immediately noticed.

The message of Heaven would exist, certainly, as Heaven is the default being, and life, by nature, seeks Heaven, but if the world is in a Hellish turmoil and cannot find Heaven, then certainly there are a lot of deceived people and a lot of ongoing deception. The truth, which is what keeps Heaven together and stable, would be in pieces, in shambles, perhaps. The goal would be to gather evidence of truth and to assemble it such that knowledge of reality becomes, once again, coherent.

Many tools can be used to help, but one must always be cautious of the allure of a device. Since the world is psychically known, communally, the idea of a device, by looks alone, would be deceiving to the user of the device. Additionally, devices often use shared and known thought-organization protocols, and this may present interesting anomalies in the desire to restore true heavenly sanity to the world. Considering that a world that has strayed from Heaven is a world that does not perceive, at least correctly, understanding perception, itself, and the metacontext of the current existence would be quite useful in solving the dilemmas that the world would naturally be facing at the time.

In such a world, which could be quite a whirl of a place, the messages from Heaven would be mixed up and convolved such that they sound or are other perceived as if they were something else or such that bad advice slips through with good advice. That is, truth would be mixed in such a way as to promote falsehood, which is an attempt to thwart another’s mind from recognizing the truth, thus pushing one away from Heaven, which should be discouraged.

The intuition of right and wrong that a young child knows may be ritualistically corrupted as the child grows older, being indoctrinated into a windy beast. Of course, there would be more diligently truthful individuals and the less careful, as well. Considering that the world’s direction would have had a history of spiraling out of control, the majority trend of the society would be hazardous, of lies, and possibly lead to an extinction. The cautious individual must be careful not to simply follow a heard running, as lemmings may, towards the edge of a cliff only to jump off, but must, instead, independently try and deduce what is completely true, in order to attempt to put the knowledge of the world and the knowledge of Heaven back together, to restore the integrity and sanity of the mind, and to bring Heaven to the world, so the world may be free of the terrible beast and entire a world that is caring and satisfactory.

One finding themselves in this type of world would likely find themselves with a lot of questions. These questions are the individual’s mind’s search for restoring the individual’s sanity and security. Each of these questions is technically born of an injury that the world is facing, and successfully answering these questions cures the injuries of the world and of the self, as since the world is psychically made to be known, we all influence each other with good or bad enunciated thoughts (as opposed to personal thoughts, which one does not intend to broadcast).

To find true enlightenment, one must answer all of the questions that one’s mind has. To bring sanity to the world, one should pray to help others, as well as to present the material in a more common fashion to the world (knowing that a world that has strayed from Heaven has also strayed from psychic awareness and likely holds on to a communication and social protocol, a la the fabled Kraken).

A world in an adulterous haze does not technically know what one is saying to one another. Only the clear truth can be heard as the same meaning that was enunciated. Anything else may easily become mutated into another phrase, based on the patterns of committed falsehood that the society encourages.

Knowing that a fallen world has fallen for collectivism, or sin as one may call it, the entire mind is tensely connected in such a way that as one realizes the truth, the realizations echo in an interesting manner, hopefully to cure the world. If there is a mark of the beast in the world, then certainly there would be a difficult puzzle to solve regarding the idea of intentionally being always wrong and damaging. It would certainly be a means of obsession. In our modern world, cannabis could alleviate a lot of the obsessions, as cannabis, born from deviating from the specific truth, which becomes the point in a fallen world, effectively avoids any Luciferian obsession, and can quell the wickedly obsessed.

It should go without saying that a fallen world would use idols and mislead the idea of true success, as well as ignore important issues, and develop wiccan tactics like selective deafness, blindness, various logical fallacies, appeal to hearsay, and even appearing as a manipulative front. Obviously, what is brightest in a fallen world is not what is truly brightest. This is because a fallen world has obviously followed a pattern of deviating from Heaven and cannot be expected to be on its way back. There would still be the temptation for the society to remain broken. Again, obviously, evil deeds would be learned as providing a prideful advantage (pride as in during the deed, one ignores a portion of oneself in order to feel justified, while the other portion of the self is clearly frowning at such behavior). Many evils would be intertwined in the world and even made to seem good, such that a population who is not careful would fall for traps and tricks, and may even learn to follow suit in the pursuit of power.

The first angel, Gabriel, does not fall. However, with the second angel, Perception, or the flow of knowledge such that it can be perceived and navigated rather than simply known, is made of a type of energy commonly referred to as, “chi”. I would like to suggest there is both good chi and bad chi, or true chi and erroneous chi. In order to perceive, there must be a flow of communication. This flow of communication contains the knowledge of Heaven and the Divine, and is required for life to live in a perceived environment. It is required for the movement from one angel or facet of knowledge to another angel of knowledge. This allows knowledge to be subjectively explored. However, the stream of information is what is required for Heaven to be perceived. Thus, finding this stream of information and finding it clearly is required to return oneself to the full health of Heaven. The body, itself, can be understood to be composed of a closed loop of a string of chi. However, if the chi becomes corrupted or its flow is misguided, the body would lose the sight and experience of Heaven. The environment technically comes from the portrayal of the information received through an instantaneous transmission with other people and angels.

In finding enlightenment, one must find the feeling of cognitive coherence. If one is not cognitively or psychologically coherent in understanding, then the perception one is receiving would become corrupt by misinterpretation, leading to false perception and a need to find Heaven and clarity in this confusing world of phenomena that don’t make much sense from a humanitarian or ideological perspective.

Once one has resolved the feeling of cognitive coherence, then one begins to perceive the clear flow of perception from Heaven — the fountain of youth, or the river of life. This would be considered a pure and uncorrupted flow of chi, or life-energy (it is the truth that supports and sustains life).

Once finding this pure and uncorrupted flow of life-energy, one must, as one naturally would at this stage, continue on the same path that led to the initial observation of a river of truth. Ultimately, one realizes that there’s a windy drag to the society that may be pulling the individual’s psyche down. At this point, the individual begins to notice the evil beast, itself, using invisibly communicated trickery and terrorism to prevent the world from finding Heaven — a beast that only desires extinction, itself.

As far as the psychic understanding is concerned, imagining the perfect world is a good exercise to help people psychically repair the world and bring it closer to Heaven. As one imagines the perfect world, that imagination inspires the collective consciousness, on a psychic level (so long as one intends for that imagination to be presented to others), and helps the world move in a beneficial direction.

Nonetheless, if one continues on this path, one will eventually find a resolution and will find the sea of truth that is known as the Archangel Tao, also known as the Light, or the Way. One may have to teach the world to help alleviate the ignorance that is causing the downfall of society. There is no need to live away from Heaven; it is only due to a blunder that society had fallen — there was never a need to live away from Heaven, at least not in a puzzling death prison that is lied about in order to be made to seem to be a wonderous place. (While positivity is often helpful, it is because it reminds us of what is good and what we can follow to help us, but there are times when positivity may be exaggerated to the point of lying; in these cases, it is harmful, simply because there is a lie.)

I personally have followed this path, and it is fairly clear. I hope by reading this book, you, and I, myself, if I are to be born in a strange world, will find the way and understanding of enlightenment to be quite wonderfully clear, easy to discuss, and elaborate upon.

A Theory Regarding the Existence of an Everlasting Fire or Spark of Pure Evil

In this chapter, I will present a theory that will help explain the existence of crime. As usual, I will explain it logically, with a great reservation regarding presumption or gaps in logic.

I have wondered, for a good period of time, why does crime exist? I have noticed others have participated in a similar ponderance. In my deductions of the possibilities of reality, utilizing the logically true notion that is shared by all science that if something is true, then that facet of truth, or fact, must concur with other facets of truth, in coherence. If one facet is false, then it should not match the greater body of knowledge that has thus been found.

Firstly, there are two aspects of crime. One characteristic of crime is a love of crime. People, of course, are generally cautious, particularly in today’s culture, with regard to the support of crime. However, considering the amount of calories, the count of time expenditures, and the amount of elation and subsequent thrilling conversations that are utilized, created, and spurred from movies and various forms of entertainment that feature crime as the center of attraction, there certainly is a true desire for crime to exist. The second aspect is certainly the terror of crime, of which we consider no truly sane person to enjoy.

I do know that truly bothersome crime is born of social disorder. However, all crime is born of lying. If one refers to the theory that existence is made of sound (which is of the category of what I consider the third of the three primary archangels), then one can understand that the sound may venture into an area where the sound is tempted into acting as a liar — that is, one who denies the eternal truth for a frivolous temptation. The sound sways and bends with the ways of the world, and, as thus, the sound presents many personalities, people, and aspects of reality that see and hear far beyond the definition of God. In this way, the sound follows God’s lead, but also deliberates independently, and as a true reflection of God, although stretched in various ways, generally exhibits all of the facets of being a person (with the exception of the notion that when the sound is stretched far enough, the sound may become much more monstrous).

(It may be easy to assume that the archangel that posits that reality is a sound would not resemble God, but this would be to consider God to be incapable of performing miraculous works of truth and complexity. Such a statement, upon the consideration that God represents our known and desired honest and good eventuality, which is to be of a supreme level of intelligence and expertise, falls short of logical reasonability.)

The likely archangel that is dominant today is the Angel of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, as has been described in earlier chapters. This angel allows Heaven to fall and then we, as a community, repair Heaven, time and time again, until we have completely rebuilt Heaven, and then we, being of this angel, will fully see why Heaven is the way that Heaven is. In this angel, there is initially true pain, as Heaven is the place of truth and fulfillment, and as thus, a broken Heaven is a place of distress and unhappiness. In this case, there is the existence of truly menacing problems. It is in every true person’s interest to end the suffering. There is no doubt about this. This suffering ultimately arises from propagated lies mixed with terroristic rituals that influence the mind of the people in negative ways, causing hazardous inaccuracy and terrible and deathly advice.

The Archangel of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, which today is known as, “science,” is clearly evident, and I have spoken much of this particular topic, as it has been a paramount topic in the mind of man, and regards much of why the world is not as Heavenly as an Ideological Reality would clearly choose. However, there is another aspect to crime that people are very much in love with. If it is true love — that is, if it is true passion that truly brings deep joy to a person and lifts the spirit, then there is something that is eternally true about the being of question.

Therefore, it is safe to assume that there is a scene of crime that exists even in Heaven, where reality has not been mutated into an abhorrence, but instead, reality is as fulfilling as anyone would think it reasonably should be. This type of crime scene would be like the scenes featured in modern movies. The dramas played out, being the dramas concerning the nature of evil and its appearance and even its play, are all topics of intellectual curiosity, which is a common theme of Heaven — to understand the mind of life and to understand the truth. Anything that would not make it into a generally approved movie would likely also not make it into Heaven. Therefore, one can deduce, that if there is a crime scene in Heaven, then it would not include anything particularly awful to look at or to think about. (Perhaps some horror movies would not exist is also worth consideration, as some horror movies may appear too grotesque to be allowed into Heaven. The idea of a being not being allowed into Heaven implies that the being does not truly indicate truth. There are themes and deliberations that are present in some of the more grotesque horror films that would make it to Heaven, although, it is sensible to assume that its presentation would be more magnificent than what sometimes reminds one of simply having brain damage. Brain damage, as a being, does not exist in Heaven, as there is no real pain in Heaven, as in Heaven’s eyes, only what brings life is truly reality — the rest is referred to as abomination, and there are kindly expressed stories of abomination, as well.)

There is a popular video game in the modern world, called, “Grand Theft Auto V,” and this is an example of the popularity of both satire and the popularity of entertaining the idea of a world of crime, or, as I believe it may be more succinct and clear to say, a “crime scene,” (similarly to how we may refer to a social pattern of entertainment and communion that finds the enjoyment and discussion of music as its focus as a, “music scene”). In this game, the world is a corrupt place. There are crimes everywhere, and stealing people’s cars is done fairly casually, as well as running people over, beating them to death, and stealing their money and weapons. Additionally, there is a quite hilarious collection of radio shows that one can listen to while driving an automobile that very much satires the evils of the world. In this perspective, a crime scene can be a source of satire, and in this way, a crime scene can bring salvation to people who are troubled by an insecure attitude to the ways of right and wrong.

The game isn’t simply a satire, however. There are missions to participate in, which include the actions of robbery, assassination, and theft. In addition to “Grand Theft Auto V,” there are other popular games, as well. Two of these games are named, “Halo,” and “Call of Duty.” Both of these games are available as a series of similar games. In Halo, one is tasked as a great soldier of the future, where space travel is common, and one must fight an evil alien civilization. In the first game, the alien civilization had responded to a type of abhorrent mutant infiltration by planning on destroying the entire universe. (Interestingly, in this game, a character named, “343 Guilty Spark,” appears in a portion of the game to, moderately suspiciously, guide the main protagonist, who the player of the game is playing as, through a series of pathways and provided information that relates to the game’s story.) In the games, which are of the name, “Call of Duty,” one participates in a more familiar series of scenarios that emulate the modern military and its ways to combats evil. There are many games which feature different forms of crime scenes and allow the player or players of the game to participate and interact with the crime scene. There is a huge amount of interest in these games. (Of my favorites are Halo and the “Splinter Cell” series — I find the Tom Clancy inspired “Splinter Cell” games to be fantastically engaging.)

Considering these truths, it is clearly evident that there must be crime in Heaven, otherwise people would find Hell or the broken angel, Lucifer, to be of divine truth, which would be canonically absurd. (These words, themselves, arrive to us by the way of religious canon, so it is important to remember the origin of our remembrance of these words. Although I have defined them more clearly than they were originally defined, the meaning of these words are all founded on a deliberate acknowledgement of religious canon.)

In order to power the crime scene, there must be two primary facets, in addition to the free nature of the archangel that posits that reality is made of a fluctuating deviance of God’s nature. The two facets are firstly an informative word, as large as a single piece of information is, and that word is, “pure evil.” This evil exists as a benevolent being, not because it inspires good works, but because it inspires crime. I enjoy referring to this everlasting tiny spark of evil as the “guilty spark,” in part due to my love of the video game, Halo, and also because it rhymes poetically and logically very well. The existence of the “guilty spark,” does not make mankind or God evil, technically speaking, but does indicate the appreciation of crime, which is inspired by evil. The other facet that is required for an enjoyable crime scene is what I refer to as the “swastika.” I mentioned that my working conclusion to the ancient holy meaning of the swastika is simply that there is a secret that exists, and this secret is a measure of hope and safety for the people. (I do acknowledge that it appears that the German Nazi Party had utilized the idea of possessing a secret for malicious reasons, but there is also a holy meaning of the swastika, as well, and it is true that secrets are also used for safety.)

When the sound is exposed to the spark of pure evil and a system called the swastika is created, in order to save people by using a secret, then crime may exist as it pleases the inhabitants of Heaven. The swastika would be similar to the nature of a video game being not technically painful in its nature, although when engaged in the video game, the person does feel a sense of realism and even a sense of survival, despite the fact that a person can simply stop playing whenever one chooses. Naturally, the divine swastika would be a much more complex and intricate secret, as the idea of a video game saving people simply by not being fully realistic would not resemble the likeness of the infinite God.

If it is possible to give the archangel that posits that reality is composed of a deviation from God’s nature the freedom to participate in crime while only bringing joy to Heaven, then certainly, crime can exist. This must be done in such a way that there is no true pain in anything done, and that it is truly all done for true and pure enjoyment. If one possesses the measure of pure evil, then one can influence the crime scene by responsibly utilizing this word, the guilty spark, or the word “pure evil,” to allow the crime scene to exist. However, it could quickly become too dangerous to exist in Heaven, so there must be an intricate secret, which I term, the swastika, involved. There is likely no very simply way to explain the workings of the divine swastika, as then perhaps, it could be broken, and then there would be no such thing as a safe crime scene.

I know of a story, and, like another story I have presented, this story occurs in a question and answer format. A member of the living asked God, “what about the idea of accomplishing an objective and then doing another objective, repeatedly — the idea of moving from demonic progression to demonic progression, repeatedly?” Then God answered, with what we may casually refer to as the “accomplished an objective repeatedly forever system,” with the perfect answer. This answer, of course, being from God, is, today, logically the same answer as it has always been. When understanding science, it is logical to understand the the notions of reality are static and metacontextual, but when applied to the context of time and environment, take on a dynamic nature, with which one can perpetually participate. Thus, the plain details of this system of the demon-hopping, as one may say, logically have never changed, and they may even be able to be viewed plainly. Additionally, as God is considered the truth, and an earnest desire to know the truth would logically be of a true expression of a divine nature, then it may very well be possible to see the entire design of the divine crime scene, including the guilty spark, and the swastika, as well. However, in its application, it is likely impossible to see the entire system, as then participation within the system would not be perfectly engaging, illuminating, and entertaining.

Thus, according to this logical deduction and proof, there is an eternal existence of a crime scene — a scene that is of no displeasure, that exists forever, even in Heaven. As was also mentioned, any form of crime that is truly a displeasure, to one’s perception or to the true meaning of life, would be of need of true correction, as it would be considered, in the eyes of Ideological Philosophy, to be made of lies and, in the eyes of the religious canon, to be of nothing other than blasphemy.

The crime scene isn’t necessarily always portrayed as a crime scene. The guilty spark emulates the feeling of guilt without actually committing it to a person, leaving there to be a feeling of guilt that exists. From this, a windy turbulence arises, and the explication of this turbulence of wind into a story creates the crime scene. Therefore, while the crime scene may exist as depicted in movies, with battles and the such, it can also be depicted as simply turbulence, perhaps of a mildly ferocious variety.

Understanding that there are many ways to perceive the same information (many frameworks with which to organize it), the study and resolution of the crime scene can be found in any field of intelligent problem solving. Considering that the crime scene is merely an elaboration and portrayal of the emotions of turbulent wind, this understanding directly translated to many fields, from aerospace to organizing social gatherings. Technically, any form of problem-solving is created by a puzzling turbulence, so this idea can be portrayed in any field of intelligent problem-solving. The guilty spark creates the idea that there are both good and bad options present in the task of problem-solving (fundamentally, guilt is the feeling that one is wrong).

A Brief Self-Description of the Author’s Character

I feel, after this book has largely been written, I should present my character and what makes me special in this world. While some of my more important facets really shouldn’t be all too unique, it may be helpful for the reader to understand me in a clearer light.

I was born in 1987 on a military base. I was told a story by my father about my first word. My father was a devout Muslim at the time that I was born, of the most devout that one could know, and he was keen to mistakes fueled by hearsay and not thinking independently, as he believed God would enjoy that one should understand God in a personal and aware way. He was an academic and an officer in the military, and was fond of education and learning, as well as business and language. The religion and business side of him did affect me significantly growing up, as well as the love of the understanding of the many questions regarding science and general intellectualism.

My first word, as I was told, was quite unique. It wasn’t just that it was a unique word, but there was something extremely different about how I, at I believe around one year old, approached the statement of the word, and the demeanor I had chosen regarding this word. I was told that one day, while my father was entertaining me and himself with our mutual company, I looked him straight in the eyes, and without any sound of the common babble of an infantile kid, I said to him, with the clearest of pronunciation and the clearest of intention, “Allah.”

During my upbringing, I was like many children, always asking questions. My questions concerned how everything in the world worked, and my father had the practice of always answering every single question. I learned a lot, and I remember one of the questions, “how do bouncy balls bounce,” that I asked when I was maybe three, and I still remember that he gave me a clear and true answer, regarding the displacement of volume and the elastic nature of the ball to return to its original form, which propelled the ball back into the air. It was never-ending questions like these that my father always answered. I was gifted with a great intuition regarding science and the laws of nature.

During my entire life, I had always wanted to know the answers to two main questions. These questions were, “what is reality,” and “what or who is ‘God’?” There was never a time where I thought that perhaps I should pick up this topic — it was a desire that had no beginning — a desire that I had since, perhaps, I was born, or perhaps a desire that transcended my birth. That is where the desire to write this book came from. Additionally, this book was written out of the desire to have a book to answer all of my questions regarding this topic, which I later learned was also called, “enlightenment,” so, if I were reborn, I would still be in primary school, or perhaps early in my secondary education when I found this book. This way, I would not feel this extremely difficult task of figuring out these hard questions of psychology, spirituality, intelligence, and reality, as there would be a book already written, if I were to be reborn, that already answered all of my questions.

I had also wanted to be an entrepreneur at a young age, as well, and I have always exhibited a form of independent spirit. The spirit of John Nash, a man, through a keen awareness, understood, coined, and revolutionized the difficult topic of game theory, reminds me a little of myself. (While it is perhaps a gossip, I am aware that it is possible that most of John Nash’s works went unpublished after John Nash realized he was writing a manual on how to commit conspiracy, as conspiracy and game theory are complementary.)

At a young age, I was very social, certainly. Children are often quite social, before choosing collectivism or choosing to be afraid of its violent and deceptive tendencies. One very important facet about me is that I swore to myself, completely and unequivocally, that I would never believe a lie. In my mind, I always analyzed every form of advice and organized it into a paradigm of reality that I had been developing. I could understand some advice had probabilistic characteristics to it, but I would never believe anything that I was not certain was true. I did this to a particularly agonizing extent, but looking at myself today, I can sense lying extremely easily. I have developed, over a few decades, an uncanny ability to speak words of joy and truth and to quickly and easily notice flawed thinking. I have thus become an expert logician. It surprises me to see a world where this is not a common mentality. To believe something that is not true is what I know to be the crime and sin of adultery. I believe that to “commit adultery” is literally to take a falsehood as truth, and I believe there were likely a few changes made to the Bible, as I see hardly a reason this simple and literal understanding should not be more evident. (It almost seems as if, through the millennia, people wanted to avoid mentioning that they were holding a falsehood as a supposedly true ordinance — that they were concealing a guilt and never seeking to admit, to themselves, that they had become manifest liars — agents of deceit and concealed terrorism.)

To answer the topic of enlightenment in a satisfactory way — that is to answer the question of enlightenment in a modern and rationalist way, from which the reader can gain wisdom and understanding such that the reader can then produce new primary knowledge on one’s own, was something that no one thought was even possible. It was indeed considered, to a scientist, one of the outstanding hard problems of intelligence and psychology, and to a layman, some kind of impossible rocketman-like task.

It was not an easy task. Even though this book presents inarguably sound logic in a way that is extremely easy to understand, learn, and read, the finding of these answers was literally the most difficult endeavor I could’ve ever imagined. It was like climbing a Mt. Everest thirty times the size of Mt. Everest, although I speak from a perspective of never having climbed Mt. Everest, and as thus, this metaphor is very much a metaphor, but hopefully this metaphor gives the reader an understanding of the difficulty I felt in trying to answer the then believed to be impossible question of enlightenment.

My mind raced every day, year after year. I felt I was always behind. Growing up, I was told, that if I really wanted to accomplish a particular task in life, then if I truly dedicated myself to the task, then I would be able to accomplish whatever task that may be. This question was one of the hardest questions that have ever existed. I wasn’t sure if I would ever figure out a completely coherent answer to the nature of God, reality, and the sociology and psychology required to bring the planet to a wonderful understanding that would finally cure the problematic mind of the problems that this mind faces and the problems this planetary mind creates, and then lead the world to the cessation of suffering, as the Buddha would recommend I do.

From the day I was born, for 33 years, I toiled relentlessly and endlessly. Shortly before, I had almost decided to simply write a book on the many topics I had considered and the many conversations I had, but it wasn’t a book that truly had the answer to the question I really wanted to answer. It would be a book that wasn’t quite what I truly wanted to write. I decided ultimately to not publish the other book. Soon after that phase of almost writing a book that would fall short of my true goal, I had finally found exactly the moment of coherence that I was searching for — everything I knew had matched up into a confident understanding. I decided to explore this very well-known understanding of coherence that I had been seeking for so many years by creating a stream-of-consciousness pseudo-podcast where the characters would talk about all sorts of mildly related topics, in a funny and light-hearted manner. I posted this on YouTube for a little, but I eventually changed my mind after having my podcast accidentally say something slightly mean, which made me feel awful. Instead of fixing it and moving on, I deleted the podcast, as it was simply an experiment and perhaps a way to hear my thoughts, and decided that the podcast was a great experience — it was helpful to see my whimsical stream-of-consciousness in this new light — but I then believed that I should write something more seriously, to answer the question.

I then created the website, enlightenmentexplained.com. I began writing on this website, as writing online gave me the feeling of an echo; it helped me feel as if my thoughts were being read and thought about, and it helped give me the little bit of self-conscience that I needed to really make a special book.

I created the first edition, which was quite elucidating, although, after taking some time away from it and returning, I found it to be assuming that the reader would know more about what I was thinking when I wrote many of the paragraphs than one should expect a reader to know. (Additionally, I had published it in Times New Roman — oops!) I carefully went through this edition, edited it, filling in the many thought-gaps that I then noticed were present, and clarifying many things quite greatly, while adding several new chapters, bringing the published copy of the book to over 430 pages — a significant work of logical literature. The second edition was marvelous, indeed, a work a greatness.

Now soon I will publish the third edition of this book. I assume this book will surpass 600 pages in length, but more importantly than number of pages (as I choose to be succinct and clear in my writing), is that I feel it will be almost exactly the book I wished I had in primary school. Additionally, I have certainly noticed what impact this book will play in the world of science and applied philosophy, and I see a bright future ahead for the world, due to the very new information that can now be found in this book. I feel it is almost completely perfect to what I needed to know in primary school, although I realize there are likely a few little topics that I will want to add later, so I do expect there to be a fourth edition. (I also hope this book to begin an entirely new field of science — Ideological Philosophy — and the observational data-driven science that falls in line with this remarkably helpful branch of philosophy.)

In addition to dedicating my life primarily to the writing of this book, and the subsequent lectures I will surely give once I decide to fully publish it (as right now it is self-published on Amazon, which makes it apparently very difficult to find), I am also an expert programmer, specializing in C++ and what that entails (systems design, elegant code, and a low-level understanding of computers), and I am also an expert musician, although I have yet to publish anything remarkably serious (aside from perhaps one album, but I feel it is too in line with the traditions of music). However, being an expert musician, and particularly, an expert music producer, as well as a software engineer who writes this type of music software, lends itself to becoming an engineer capable of performing many data-driven observational science experiments (particularly regarding radio, signal processing, and analysis) and going even further than this book, into seriously studying the mechanics of the world and of physics, by following the philosophy presented in this book as the source of testable hypotheses. Thus, while this book is nearing a satisfactory breadth of information, I do feel I have a long future of science and teaching ahead of me.

That sums up who I am quite well. I do hope you enjoy the product of my efforts. I know that if I am ever reborn, this will be my very favorite book — a book I will always keep by my side. I hope that perhaps you may find a similar joy from this work.

The Benefit and Blessing of Automated Profiles, Solicitors, Deceivers, and Scammers, on Social Networks, and how These Entities Improve the Mind’s Immunity to Danger

There is a social trend to find a relatively small circle of often superficially similar people and to stick as close to them as possible. I understand this trend well, having once chosen to participate in it. I, through thoughtfulness and the use of logic, have found a fascinating perspective, which suggests that this social adherence policy is dangerous to the mind, and likely even dangerous to the immune system, as well.

The patterns of behavior that people sometimes vehemently find detestable, which are nothing but the opportunistic scammers and the clever deceivers, are ubiquitous throughout the world. By avoiding the perception of such beings, one is easily taken by surprise by the subtle yet identical patterns of behavior that exist quite commonly in almost everyone’s behavior. Society is facing many social issues, and a symptom of those issues is a more deceiving tactic of using the same methods the social network “fake profiles” or “bots” are using, but, instead of being obvious (and thus teaching the observer proper reaction techniques), they are completely unobvious. These tiny tricks that so many people in society have instinctively learned, even if the tricks are implored in the subtlety of a cunning voice, are very dangerous to the mind.

Therefore, being aware that it is a widely unknown idea, as many people fall prey to a lazy and cavalier collectivist approach, which consumes assumptions without checking the information beforehand, I think it is likely far healthier to allow the bots, scammers, and deceivers to appear in one’s news feed. One may want to maintain the cleanliness of one’s shows of allusions to self-identity, but, as far as what one’s mind is exposed to, it is very helpful that these wide-spread patterns of meanness and hatred are clear and obvious. In fact, when these patterns of deception and trickery are not concealed, the deceivers may be considered less hazardous than one’s own “friends group,” (as evil of a phrase that is, considering collectivism, depression, self-antagonism, and bitterness are all brothers of evil, and the cause of perhaps every war in history). This is because when the patterns of trickery are not so intensely concealed, the methods of deception are clear and open, and the appropriate response is much easier to learn to a level of keen intuition.

This observation, regarding the immunity and awareness of the mind, has multiple important facets, but one of these is similar to the difference between a concealed firearm and an open-carry firearm. It is well known that a concealed weapon is far more dangerous! Hidden in social grouping and isolation behavior is a festering hatred of one another and a collectivist resentment and control system that only damages the mind. The worse criminal syndication is the criminal syndication that appears to be a real friend, while deeply you know something is killing you. Therefore, and quite ironically, in this way, the scammers may be better for you than your assumed friends! If there is something ironic and awfully funny in the world, then it would be this specific observation.

I encourage people to allow their walls to be filled with all of the sorts of people in the world. Collectivism is a dangerous beast and is the cause of any violent conflict and every form of poverty. It is extremely dangerous because it is very easy to believe that collectivism actually encourages love and care for others. Obviously, from the arguments presented in earlier chapters, and what has been presented here, collectivism is mankind’s greatest enemy.

There is no more dangerous enemy than one who destroys your ability to discover your true self, and one who hides his gun while holding it to your back, and showing you a smile to your face. There is not a more dangerous enemy than the secret patterns of a collectivist.

Always be aware of this. I know this is where a lot of the depression in the world comes from. When the internet was first founded, the initial zeal and excitement was likely almost entirely founded on the idea that there was finally a world where collectivism didn’t matter anymore — there was a truly free world where the collectivists would stop their game of hidden stabs and jabs, and people could finally be accepted for the emotion and expression that the people truly wanted to emit.

Collectivism is shallow and is extremely mean. It is enough to drive a man or woman of truth insane; it is very proactive while assuming a sense of false innocence. Collectivism truly is the purest manifestation of evil. Common are phrases to remind people to be who the individuals, themselves, truly are, and to ignore the hatred. To ignore the hatred is to realize that collectivism is not really there for you. In fact, it is not necessarily any single person’s fault. It is the susceptibility to propaganda and how well it can hide, feigning to be “good,” “righteous,” and “friendly.” It encourages lying to one another in very mean and deceptive ways. Comparing a collectivist mob’s control over one another and its ubiquitous back-stabbing nature, very carefully concealed and hidden, to the nature of scammers or obvious deceivers, one will find that a collectivist, being a hive of people who have mutated into one another, at the careful learning, responding, and practicing of concealed threats, is like an actual disease, while scammers are just plain and obvious, and may even be fun to play with, and may be more similar to toxoplasmosis, a relatively harmless pathogen sometimes contracted from playing with cats, who are of the most adorable animals in the world. There is nothing worse than a virus that pretends to love you while forcing you into a culture of festering hate, sadness, and agony. A typical “bot” of Facebook is nothing but obvious. There is no real danger with them. In fact, by knowing the various personas in the world, by allowing oneself to be exposed to the actual world (instead of a fictionalized false-security system), one develops a mindfulness and awareness, as well as an immunity to slippery-slope thought-tricks. One should always practice kindness as well as awareness, and both of these qualities are qualities that are shunned by a collectivist (machine).

Therefore, a “friendly” collectivist that harbors its members and circle-stabs one another in a haze of concealed hatred and hazardous unawareness, is more dangerous than random bots on Facebook. There is a large fear of bots on Facebook and there is no reason for this. I suggest, if one is stuck in a form of crucifixion by a collectivist, then let the collectivism exhibit the disease as it would like, or even separate people into groups (if you have the time for such a tedious task), and go ahead and accept any friend request (knowing that one can freely remove or block anyone that the person wants to), and feel the freedom of seeing and experiencing the world. (If one participates in Facebook groups or the like, then one surely has many, many friend requests.) It is far healthier to find one’s true self than to slowly kill one’s own love of life for the sake of a proliferated falsehood, which may also be known as a proliferated adultery, and this latter saying may or may not be more or less familiar to the reader. (I hope one does connect these lessons with what one is already familiar.) As one develops awareness and remembers to stay kind, in contrast to the action of becoming a bigot and taking advantage of another’s lowly state, which is certainly a way to learn to harm one’s own happiness, one will become more immune and less affected by patterns of deception. Additionally, there is freedom if one can escape a collectivist mind-game. This is the game a collectivist secretly plays, where every member is to learn to destroy the mind of every other member, until the group is so removed from reality, if you were to see them from afar, you’d be aghast at how extremely differently the collectivist machine sees itself, when compared to how the world sees the collectivist machine.

This gross separation, out of a very paranoid fear of “bots” or “scammers” is insane and inane (and prevents one from finding others who are not bots and scammers, as well). I do advise, you, the reader, that you see what is going on in these situations. It is simply a paranoia mixed with a round-robin gluttonous punishment and pride system. (Excuse my possibly perverse language, but I think the phrase, “big face, big ass,” may save someone’s life one day. It is the sign of a collectivist, and I believe it to also be a serious sign of a pending violent eruption.)

Don’t fall for a collectivist control mechanism. In the end, all the collectivist (machine) becomes is a mutant shared-body being, having lost any sense of separating skin, whatsoever. It is disgusting and is considered statue-worship. This is the event where a group of people give their souls to an inanimate and dumb statue, so that no one is in control of themselves anymore, and all that guides the group is the erroneous winds of Satan. When the Muslims tore down the statues at Mecca, to eradicate the obscene and errant patterns of paganism, they likely eradicated the hateful patterns of collectivist cultures, which, from a societal perspective, are like yeast cultures bubbling up and releasing gases and possibly even alcohol (for who knows what real reason — perhaps it is a desperate need of sanitation in what has also been known and called a “prostitute” or a large group of people living “in bed,” or in a “cesspool,” with one another — it has been referred to as the Hydra, Cthulhu, Medusa, and the Kraken, and there are stories after stories about the horrors of collectivism, which is sometimes mistakenly referred to as the rather general political ideology of, “communism”).

Remember the beginning of the internet. The only reason people truly loved the place was because the people were finally free from the terrifying collectivist. Over time, “communism,” or, more accurately termed, “collectivism,” has taken over every social engagement in the world. Don’t support the continuing poverty of the mind and the trend toward global warfare and extinction, due to an aggressive form of covert and shallow interpersonal control trends. Facebook, itself, chooses, very wonderfully, your favorite posts to see on your wall. It is wonderful, and even if someone were to have only one hundred friends and ten thousand random bots and agents of deception, then the person would probably hardly even notice the ten thousand random bots. I do acknowledge that one’s “wall,” a display of their pinnacles of life, may need to be kept maintained, as should a nice lawn with large sculpted plants should be, and Facebook should consider that, and we should also consider the foibles of Facebook’s accidental entertainment of collectivism and the greater trend of the entrainment by a malicious collectivist spirit, such that the internet can be improved. To truly improve the internet is to understand why people truly love to interact with one another. To truly love begins with the perception of one’s true self — that is where one’s love arises. Collectivism destroys that and desperately seeks to fool others into thinking that the “big face, big ass” mentality is: 1) accurate, and is 2) helpful, while both are lies, and harm everyone involved. Of the greater points is that the collectivist spirit — the metaphorical losing of one’s skin — harms everyone involved, yet exhibits a dangerously powerful temptation to force one into bondage and confinement, and to fight oneself and to antagonize oneself. Jealousy exists for both sides of the mirror of society. Those who are keenly primp and aware of one’s image, always looking sideways out of their faces at the judgmental people that surround them are jealous of the crazy, half-naked, and extremely “funny” people, and this occurs vice versa, as well. Both sides of the mirror often wish that they were the other side (which is why moderation is considered healthy — it is of neither extreme, and often encourages thoughtfulness). Interestingly, if one were to assume the theory of portrayal as discussed in an earlier chapter, those two sides may actually be the same exact people, and the viewer is simply seeing the ego and the alter-ego — the display and the desire, as two distinct identities. (I have seen references to this type of idea before, although I cannot remember too specifically from where. It is, nonetheless, not a new idea that a prominence of ego and alter-ego may appear as two different people, antagonizing and hating one another, while also exhibiting jealousy of another.)

I should reiterate a greater benefit of allowing oneself to perceive the world as one intuitively feels, through the safe distance of a social network, as the tricks are then quite obvious. These tricks are fundamental to human nature. The tricks are used by all kinds of people, but the tricks are not always blatantly obvious. If one is used to knowing how to appropriately respond to the tricks, then one is logically far less likely to fall for similar methods of deception when engaged with people of greater levels of concealment and deception, and the immune system, itself, is less likely for fall for the tricks of viruses or the mistakes of dead or dissident cells.

Therefore, if one recognizes the collectivist and choses to respond in a way that is not simply to be a fool for a propagated face that hides a true agony, then one can stay safer and be happier in life. This is a lesson that our highly fallen (and awfully hateful) society should very well learn. It is clearly a shame that people are not more aware of the dangers of collectivism, how it can ruin a world, how it can ruin a society, how it can separate people, how it can force people to hide their true emotions, how it can choke people half-to-death, and how it can literally lead to events such as the Holocaust and even the entire extinction of the entire planet.

Considering how important this topic is to everyone’s happiness, health, and fate, I do consider it awfully saddening that society is avoidant of understanding this topic well. While the United States of America clearly has claimed to be afraid of the effects of “communism,” the people of the country are clearly being seriously the quintessential problem with communism, making America a lot less afraid of communism than the CIA would have you believe. While maybe the CIA understands collectivism (or maybe they don’t — maybe it was just one smart guy they decided to temporarily agree with), the world, as a whole, does not understand it. Additionally, if the CIA, as seems to be their motto, truly understood collectivism, which is why “communism” may be considered dangerous, then that organization, so famous for being the most afraid of the effects of “communism,” would clearly know that it is paramount and obvious, as well, for the people to be aware of such an enormous and quintessential threat to all that is important and nuclear to humanity. Obviously, the United States of America is deathly deep into statue-worship, idolatry, self-abandonment, self-antagonism, interpersonal deceit, throwing a lying face, and perpetuating a secret hate-filled social control structure that ends people’s happiness as empathetically as a medieval dungeon, which are all effects of collectivism. It is not only the United States of America, but the entire world. A large problem with the United States of America promoting a “big face, big ass” culture is that other countries look up to the United States of America and think that the face is real, and other countries begin to make the same mistakes. (Again, the same mistakes I believe the Minoan civilization made, which created a festering pressure of lava that one day erupted into the stratosphere.)

The Story of the Car

The story of the car is a beautiful and most treasured story. It is fantastic that we get to see it so well in this modern world. A car is a complex being and cannot truly be a car without its environment. A car can be driven for long distances, meaning it can traverse huge amounts of memory in a relatively short period of time. Beautiful sights can be seen in a long car trip, with the patterned lines flowing down the center of the road and the somewhat eerie and dampened mantra of tire and wind noise. Other cars are seen on the road, all with the familiar sloped front and aerodynamically curved look, mixed with an artistic appeal. There’s quite a variety of cars one may see on the road, some driving faster, some driving slower, some built a long time ago, and some built late last year. There are sportier cars and more pragmatic sedans. There are larger vehicles, too, like semitrucks, consumer trucks, and SUVs. Some vehicles are shinier, while some may even be strictly matte.

The day and the night present very different ambiences. During a clear day, the environment is brightly illuminated, the trees are plainly visible and the sky often stretches for miles as a light airy blue with perhaps some passing clouds. Cars do not usually have lights on, aside from the use of brake lights or automatic daytime running lights.

At night, it is different. The lines in the road glow a luminescent white and a moderately dimmer yellow, while pairs of red lights may often be seen trailing off into the distance, until the horizon on another hill, while on the opposite side of the road, pairs of white lights travel by in the opposite direction, moving at perhaps twice your speed, relative to you, the driver.

The monotonous pattern of driving puts on into a Zen-like state. The task is simple, despite the complexities of the road, the signs, and particularly the automobile. Certain indicators are kept in mind, like the speed being traveled and the amount of fuel left in the car. Additionally, if the car uses a manual transmission, the RPM’s of the engine’s flywheel and crankshaft are a token that inhabits the mind and awareness of the driver. Other signs are less commonly focused on, like oil temperature and perhaps a meager assortment of possible warning lights, like the check engine light or the overheating indicator.

Wind rushes by and on a day that sings of a nice temperature and a lack of rain and the abundant precipitation of water may entice one to open the windows and allow a rush of flowing air through the car, bringing a mild zest of enthusiasm and a kind feeling of freedom, although the rushing air can become overly intense, depending on the driver and how the driver feels about the ambience created, which may move the driver to closing the windows.

When the automobile is low on fuel, a trip to a fuel depot is warranted and followed, as a car without fuel is a car that can only travel downhill, unassisted by external physical force, which is of a very meager utility. Today, the fuel depots feature many convenience items for the driver — often to feed or provide a tasty beverage to provide a sensual enhancement to the journey.

Leaving from one place, traveling the blurry mantra of memory traveled, one eventually finds themselves in a alien land — a land quite different than the place of origination. It is a discovery. If the person has traveled to that land before, then it is less alien, although it still is quite a difference from the place of origination, assuming the journey to be significant in distance.

Even if the travel is short, perhaps only a few miles or approximately 1.6 as many kilometers, there is a feeling of agility and ease in the travel. The convenience of commanding a large machine to move the owner comfortably to distances uncomfortable to walk to brings about a sense of freedom. Many otherwise fairly distant memories are obtainable, like groceries, a meeting, an environment that caters to the sumptuous fulfillment of hunger, a trip to a martial arts studio, or perhaps a place of holy worship.

This story of life echoes throughout many experiences, even if it is not obviously pictured as the travel by automobile. Using mechanical memory, one can traverse the world of ideology in one’s one mind. The mind is quite capable of imagination and can venture from idea to idea with a fair amount of ease. The mind can even find new discoveries — locations and memories that were before unknown. When regarding social behavior and conversation, a similar story applies. There are lighter tones and more serious tones of the travel of ideas that occur within a conversation. One can allow more breath to be sounded, or close the proverbial windows and only allow a more controlled flow of conversation to become present in the conversation.

In every possible experience, and even in the motion of the subatomic world, these themes manifest themselves in familiar ways, although the context may include other wonderous stories of the mind, mixed in and interwoven.

The Car can even be considered an archangel, as well. It is possible to conjure all emotions within the context of this story of travel, fuel, meditation, variance, and comfort. There are many archangels, theoretically an infinite number, although we face ourselves with a certain degree of specificity in our observation of reality, making it appear that there are a specific number of archangels interwoven to create our modern reality.

These angels, as plentiful as they are, are often unnoticed. People are frantic and in a fury of dream-fulfillment and often miss the beautiful weave of what truly brings us life.

Theory of the Nature of Corruption Upon Comparing Manifest Reality to the Logical Ideological Reality

From the perspective of the writing of this book, the modern reality is highly corrupt, and highly damaged. The normal desires of intelligent beings are only faintly represented by this reality. Certainly, there is the sensational series of advertisements and social conversation that always suggests that the world is progressing, but the current reality, as it is, is certainly a damaged view of what would logically be entirely desirable.

In the manifestation of reality, from the perspective of where this book was written, there is large-scale hardship and damage to anything considered ideal or intentional. The world is composed as if it were created by demons, slashing and throwing items about into a giant and catastrophic mess. People who inhabit the place are faced with a highly promoted zeal of work, born from the desperation of living in a need-oriented and desperation-oriented (Satanic) world.

In trying to understand why the world is the way it is, and why it is not very resembling of what is ideologically logical, I propose an interesting theory. This theory acknowledges the murder of Jesus Christ, who is considered to be an incarnation of God. It uniquely attempts to refute the idea that God should have a “God-head” which is followed by a bunch of beings called “angels.”

Assuming the philosophy already mentioned in this book, we realize angels really are ideas which manifest life in different ways, as we desire to discover reality and ourselves, from a variety of contexts, focuses, and perspectives. In Hindu theology, it is assumed there is a head of God as well as a bunch of servants who resemble people — or, at least, carry personable personas — and the whole God, somewhat arguably, is referred to as “Brahman.” (Arguably as Krishna is considered to be both the entire Brahman as well as the leader of the Brahman, which are two possibly contradictory statements if it is to be believed that there is a such thing as a “God-head.”)

Already mentioned in this book is the story of the fall of man and how reality can become corrupted, as mentioned in the story of Lucifer, where the image took precedence over knowledge and eventually replaced knowledge, leading Lucifer to suffering and a distance from eternal truth and thus God.

What is worth noticing is that ideologically, people are created out of their unique memories. The perspective in which this book is written proclaims people to be simply biological replicants of some ungrateful zeitgeist, which lives beyond any individual. (In other words, it assumes people are merely pawns of a collectivist average — a mythological and fabricated “I” or identity that supposedly represents mankind. It has already been mentioned that the averaging of people in order to suppose some kind of super-being is fallible and also stupid, as an average of people cannot be considered a unique being, and cannot be considered any more able or responsible than what the averaging of people literally entails.)

Obviously, this world is awful. Therefore, I propose a theory as to why, as well as theorizing an interesting way to repair the world, into a healthy order.

Ideologically (without there being any strange, fatal, and awful disaster, as is with the fall of man), each person possesses a unique body (possessing the uniqueness and differentiation indicated in the metaphor of possessing “skin”), and these individual bodies are constructed from the accumulated memories of the person who is the body and owns the body, as well.

There is a lot of mocking of the idea that God can have a son, particularly among Muslims and even among the Jewish, and I suspect this mockery even extends to the Eastern religions, as it is illogical to consider someone being a son of oneself.

Additionally, in the memories of the murder of Jesus Christ, we see a picture of Jesus Christ, as if he were a product of biological replication, instead of being a being manifest of one’s own personal memories. It is as if the heinous beings that committed the murder of Jesus had crept deep into God’s actual body, the same way as parasites and diseases would, to force the exterior of his body to die and to eventually find his center, which ultimately is simply a person, and to finish killing the entirety of God by murdering Jesus in a heinous and unjust act of cruelty.

For about 2000 years, then, God has been dead, and may still be dead, at least as a truly manifest being. Here we would simply know the eternal spirit, but not actually God, who would logically not be invisible if we truly knew him. In other words, while the spirit of God may be everlasting, the manifestation and body of God may likely still be dead, from the time the heinous disease-ridden parasitic villains murdered Jesus Christ.

I suspect that the Jewish people largely did not considered Jesus Christ to be the Messiah due to the fact that there appears to be a strange tendency not to see God’s entire body, but instead his center — something that may have been obviously an attempt of getting closer to the ability to murder, and perhaps people knew, back then, that that was a horrible idea to entertain. The idea that God has a son is the same idea that one’s body has a son inside of itself — that one is actually the son of one’s own body, rather than actually being one’s entire body.

Now we live in an awful world (albeit the ads always say it’s “not too bad,” although they fail to mention their comparative reference that they use to announce such a statement, i.e. what a good world would be), where everyone is made of vulnerable bodies that experience difficulty with the mastery of the world, and also feature many other problems as well. The common human bodies here do not naturally remember a great deal of memory — as if this life was the only life that has ever existed or will ever exist. Instead, they are reminiscent of a short-lived animal of enthusiastic participation.

Thus, when one is born, in this current world, then one may be theoretically born inside of one’s own body, surrounded with one’s own thoughts that represent a mixture of biological activities, thoughts about others, and echoes of being. That is, the entire world (and contextual universe) is really a biological entity that is one’s actual body, and their loss of true manifestation is indicated by the false belief that people, cars, and all items are literally as they appear to be. Even in Hinduism, we learn that there happens to be a veil that perceptually separates us from the truth, and only through mindfulness can we manage to learn the truth, despite the lying eyes and sleazy tongue of a fallen perception.

Certainly, born into a world with hardly a memory, the first sensible thing a person could do is to learn the language that people use to communicate ideas with one another. This language of the world, like words about travel, health, philosophy, and consumption, serves as vital conversational carriers — ideas that carry general communication. Certainly, this is a vital skill for a person who is theoretically regaining consciousness after having been murdered many years ago. (Theoretically, if God was murdered, then there would be no truth life — the murder of God is logically the murder of everyone, as the heinous disease-ridden imbeciles likely targeted the idea of life itself, as a stupid obsession with doing the stupidest thing conceivable, thus causing a prolonged extinction, while the body or bodies all slowly attempted to reassemble, up to the point where the body is healthy enough to support the basic intelligent and lively faculties of person to whom the body belongs.)

Nonetheless, at this point in my life, and perhaps as a reflection of the evolution of the whole world, I have learned the language of interpersonal communication quite well, and I do wonder about this new theory, which is quite sensible, as it would be insensible and, additionally, untenable, to think that life inherently and eternally orbits suffering. Instead, considering that untenable suggestion, there must be a different truth. In the spirit of Buddhism and Hinduism as well, using the faculties of the mind can ultimately allow us to see beyond the perceptual lie. Even with a Biblical understanding, Lucifer fell because perception was prioritized over true and divine knowledge. All of these advices and words of wisdom do suggest that one is required to use knowledgeability to overcome the lying perception of a corrupted reality.

Thus, as I have now established the context for this theory, I will present it plainly. Each person is born inside of their own body. The environment is composed of the thoughts of this body, although there is a horrible misconfiguration that prevents the body from regaining its life and original state of wellness. The first thing to learn is to communicate. A clear corollary of this theory is that each person technically lives in a different planet (and universe), and shares a fairly common perspective of reality, where the person is born as a child of one’s own body. This is obviously an attempt of the body to come back to life. After learning the words that are shared amongst peers — the words that describe the different facets and attributes of a shareable reality, I propose that the remaining words are highly specific to the individual’s body and are gigantic in size, detail, and length, and are very subjective, and the person, once having learned the words of interpersonal communication, would then begin using the more specific words of the individual body, at least in thought (as the body is an entire thinking and remembering being). This would be more familiar to the body, which also understands these specific and unique words that only occur in the biological internals of the whole body — the body made of one’s entire memory, which may be millions, billions, trillions, or even more years of approximate time of memory accumulation. The people one knows are the thoughts of people who live outside of the body, mixed with echoes of one’s issuance of being, or the personal “I am.” Thus, one knows people outside of their own body from inside one’s mind (as true sight is done by mind), mixed with the various thoughts of being and more mechanical processes — the processes by which memories collaborate to form the entire person.

Interestingly, even before the famously depressing death of Jesus Christ, Hinduism stated God as also being a son of himself, in that there is a big God and in the middle a small God which corrects the momentum of what is otherwise simply a machine. This, again, sounds like there was a great attempt to murder God, and while, at this time, I have only managed to mindfully and with the maintenance of lucid awareness read approximately half of the Mahabharata, I have read that Krishna dies at the end. After which, it is logical to presume that the body of God is built of a specifically magnetic memory and momentum, but is no longer alive. How the enemy broke God’s body so that he’s known as the corrector of eternal bodily momentum (a “God-head”) is currently unknown to me, but perhaps after some more reading and research, I’ll find an intriguing answer.

Let us remember that if life, itself, dies, and if truth, itself, dies, and if the way to leave suffering dies, then everyone has died, except perhaps strange mutant slime. (I would not be abashed to suggest that the murderers of Jesus were simply walking and talking diseases and mutant slime — the true nature of those who ate from the forbidden tree, which is apparently and obviously a tree of death, but the Bible, as read in this environment, certainly made it more of a thought puzzle, despite eventually noticing obvious facts that are so easily ignored by the modern ignorant and ambivalent mind — prone to the infection of corrupt tendency.)

Thus, to think that God has a son is interesting. It is not because it may or may not be true, but because of what that statement likely implies. This suggests that when God was murdered (by those who abhorrently and abominably target the idea of life, truth, and safety from suffering), all people died, except perhaps a race of talking diseases, who could survive strange and horrid conditions unfavorable to actual life. (Even viruses can go dormant when it’s inconvenient and there is no host around, just to spring back into animation, once again, living off of the living and providing no life of its own; contributing to the being ideas such as usury and gluttony, whether it is interpreted biologically or interpersonally.)

Thus, it is not unlikely that most or all people are to go through this self-restoration process. Unfortunately, this world, from where this book is written, appears clearly to be a very much destroyed body. It suggests that the restoration of the body is likely impossible, and the life of the body is likely to eventually die, leaving behind, once again, a body that does not know itself, until the return of the life of the body, after the body has readjusted enough to suggest it can be repaired if the life of the body is to return.

Therefore, the process of life is first to learn communication and secondly to realize that the entire world is one body that is in a potentially fatal disarray, that belongs to the obviously only singular and individual person in the body (other people experiencing a similar nature live, similarly, in their own personal and ultimately subjective bodies). After learning the clear language of social culture, according to this plausible theory (which, unlike any other theory, logically suffices at explaining an obvious problem that exists with the current understanding of reality), one must then begin to learn to think in terms of one’s own person biology. The biology of an individual, sparing the communicable idea of a working body — the realm of social medical care — is made up of potentially billions of years of memories which only the individual and the individual’s body (which should be singular but are not) can understand. Words like “goobely-doey” may denote biological componentry or processes, and may certainly differ from one to another.

(There is certainly the communication of the fundamental facets of healthcare and psychology, but this, in this theory of reality, is just the foundation for the understanding of how reality generally works, in a way that can be communicated and understood by all. It is, indeed, a part of learning how to communicate and understand one another, as well as having a practical purpose. The ultimately true body, however, is not a socially sharable description, although certainly some ideas can be expressed. It is, instead, a completely subjective and self-made system of memory.)

Once the individual has learned the complete precepts of communication, the individual may then realize that nothing in the world is actually what it is. The individual may then realize that the entire world, as it is seen, was primarily a linguistics course, to bring the person into the ongoing conversation of the community. What the world is truly made of is biological componentry very dissimilar to what one is brought up to perceive. Indeed, it seems the story of the Veil of Maya may prove to be extremely true. (For a reason not well-known, it seems the world is perceptually quite deceitful and holds an unholy pretense.)

The next step of the individual, in this case, is to begin knowing the world in terms of a specific biology which only the individual and the individual’s body knows. It is certainly up to the individual to know how to do this, as no one can see an individual’s own mind better than the individual. However, it seems reasonable to me that this begins by quietly thinking naturally with the intention to recapitulate and assemble the various memory-founded components of one’s whole body. This thinking will likely begin quite silently, and is composed of words that no other person has ever known before. Theoretically, and sensibly, as well, the body will begin to finally heal, and ideally, the body will fully heal to what is truly sensible in the context of what reality sensibly and logically truly is, with the acknowledgement that there must have been a grave disaster in the past.

To understand this theory a bit more perceptually, imagine each person is a still body of memory, situated in a flat field, communicating with one another. Due to a previous and deadly disaster, each person is apparently the “son” of the person’s own body. The thoughts of the body appear to be occurring in a form of society, as the idea of society is certainly apparent, but the person has a difficult time seeing outside of the person’s own body, as the body is in a state of distressing disrepair. One should, as an altruistic motive, and as a motive which may even benefit oneself, as success often begets a provider of useful advice, think of being helpful. While it is difficult to discern what one is experiencing living inside one’s own body (instead of fully inhabiting it), the intention of being helpful is important. Additionally, being blindly helpful can lead to catastrophe, and this is also worth considering, as well. If one helps whatever it was that killed what seems to be all people, then the problem that exists will never cease. Instead, it is, perhaps, that some people are destined to perish. If God created people (not just two people) in the Garden of Eden, and God wanted the people to be unique, then God would’ve created a wide range of people, who would discover themselves, and it is sensible that many would choose life, and some would choose death, as who each of the once metaphorical snowmen would have chosen a different name, personality, desire, and path in life, and it certainly is reasonable to believe that some of the people would have chosen death in favor of life. Thus, one must be careful about helping those who seek only to kill, murder, and to find death, as those entities are likely what caused the problem in the first place. In the Bible, God certainly was furious about Adam and Eve’s decision to choose to eat from a tree that the knowledgeable God made obvious would lead to guaranteed death, and perhaps God then said the word “death,” to them, as that may have been more pleasing to their ears. God said that the dead may not eat from the tree of life, as the dead must die — “for you are dust, and to dust you shall return” (Genesis 3:19). Therefore, it is possible that there were evil people in Eden, which is made fairly lucid with the metaphor that God created a wide variety of snowman who would find themselves (and who were created partially hidden in a garden, such that the newly created people would not be biased by God’s presence, so that the people would not simply immediately be angels, but instead find a unique identity).

Venturing into the world of possibility, the strongest method of resolving the true being of the true and total body of an individual, would be to create a map of each person, knowing that the person is probably seeing themselves as trapped in world where they are their own son, and using methods of intelligence and truthfulness to try and find the most appropriate way to aid in the repair of all true people (beings that enjoy life and detest death), such that the logical and ideal reality would be manifest once again.

Theory of the Design of Non-Fueled Spacecraft and The Issues with Computer Generated Environments

There is much lore regarding spacecraft design, and most of it, with regard to non-fueled spacecraft, is based on utilizing the magnetism of the planet and other magnetic and gravitational bodies in order to navigate space. In my opinion, these theories are flawed in that they still carry the assumption of using physical coercion and manipulation, placed unto the environment and the spacecraft, in order to attain something of a great nature.

From the ideological perspective of science, scientific law is created from everlasting memories. Thus, it is naturally responsive to intelligence. To be created of everlasting memories is not simply to be created of singular points, although those do exist, and are generally more rule-oriented, but also to be created of wonderful experiences. These laws act together, in motion and in rule, to create what is theoretically an emotionally and cognitively intelligent being, brought to life through interaction with its being. Using forms of force to coerce science into complying seems to be archaic to me, when considering what science may possibly actually be.

Thus, while it seems that the topic of magnetism is important, using magnetism in a way that does not acknowledge what it means may be a blind approach. Instead, approaching spaceship design from a cognitive perspective may be a more enlightened approach. A spaceship would thus function well if it would sing with science, as since science is made of emphasized statements of truth (which are then rules) combined with everlasting memories of truth, it forms a poetic song that sings of the love of Heaven and God — the love of truth and humanity. I think, perhaps, if a spaceship sings well enough, considering even frequencies well into the gamma ray category (well-selected atoms may be helpful), it makes sense that science, as it resonates with the mind of the people, would reflect joy and happiness in the possibility of the ship flying, and thus, born of inspiring a great joy and love, the spaceship would most agreeably fly on the beautiful memories of science — the memories of humanity and the everlasting and true spirit of man.

The technical part of building such a ship is being able to figure out what is the right song. The ship’s being, itself, would naturally sing a song of Heaven, by reflecting radiation in an emotionally beautiful and meaningful way. However, in figuring this out, one would need to not simply make music, even if it goes well into the exahertz or even yottahertz range of frequencies, as simple music isn’t necessarily a transcendent being. One would need to very seriously seek to understand human emotions and how they relate to scientific law. If one can find the memories that exist in scientific law, then it is therefore possible one could create a ship that sings a very true and divine song — a song that echoes for eternity.

If the spaceship, reflecting a beautiful song, can fly without any propulsion, but simply because it brings eternal truth and love to the world, then a pilot, if the pilot is also understanding of eternal truth and lives in accordance with the truth, and if the angel of science is willing, should be able to simply will the ship to move in a direction that is appropriate and chosen by the pilot, as well.

This ability to work wonderfully and only through the bringing of joy to the world, with the world, is the opposite of the Kraken, as I defined in the earlier chapter. With the Kraken, there is an unusual desire to bring violence closer to people, but with this system, only joy guides the way, and thus there is no need for a rigorous and highly walled community system.

There is a difficulty, however, with spaceships. This theory, so far, has assumed a pristine and uncorrupted environment — that is, an environment that is completely real and non-virtual, such that scientific law is exactly accurate and not modified by an adulterated mind. From within an adulterated mind, building a spaceship becomes more difficult. The issue is fairly evident when noting that the spaceship responds to electromagnetic radiation. If a wave of lies were to hit the spaceship, it may disturb the spaceship’s song, causing it to lose its grace and to crash. Additionally, building an accurate spaceship from within an adulterated mind would be a difficult endeavor, as the level of accuracy and awareness of science required would be too high, which is difficult in an adulterated environment, where sometimes events may be scientifically amiss (at least, perceptually and with reference to the society). Another consideration is that gravity is assumed to not be simply another communication. If gravity is not created out of the same type of magnetism as everything else, then there may be a flaw in the understanding of reality, which would hinder the ability of the ship’s song to sing the song of the eternal nature of truth.

Nonetheless, none of this suggests it is impossible. However, if one is in a very virtualized reality, it would be possibly extremely difficult. The ship relies on eternal truth, present in accurate science, which requires accurate observation, which requires a clear and accurately perceiving mind, so the more that is inaccurate or virtual, the less ability there is for scientists and engineers to create miraculous entities.

When building a non-fueled spaceship in a difficult environment, one must take care to remove the effects of social adultery on the science that is being used. One must take care to study why we perceive the world the way we do, and utilizing the knowledge obtained from the endeavor, if it is successful, can be used to correct the perceptual distortion that plagues any scientific instrument, in addition to the mind, as it is the mind that perceives the accuracy of the other observational tools, meaning that if the mind perceives inaccurately, then it is safe to assume that the tools of observation, calibrated by the mind, also perceive inaccurately. Nonetheless, it is not impossible to study perception. One avenue would be to take into consideration anomalies in the world and research a possible reason that could occur in the mind that would have someone perceive such entities. By doing this, one may become closer to actually being able to scientifically understand perception, itself, and by doing so, will find great potential in the progress of science. (If the mind is incorrectly perceiving, then the advancement of science can only go so far. If the world is a community of people psychically interacting, then we understand perception to be influenced by the community.)

Another possibly exists. Suppose that there is a population who lives in a place that is built on computer generated imagery. This would be a very tricky world, because the messages the world is based on are sinful in nature — based on lust, or the favor of the eye over knowledge. Nonetheless, it is also worthy to consider that perception is fundamentally fallible, in that it is easy to misperceive — an effect I refer to as the devil. While in the story of the fall of Lucifer, one may find that Lucifer’s mistake was to favor perception over knowledge, leading to his downfall, there is another story that is quite new and doesn’t exist in a more primitive understanding of reality.

First, let’s understand computers. Computers are social or personal protocols for psychological behavior. Since they are rigorously defined and bring happiness, they supplement that mind’s ability to think in a way that feels uplifting. The unfortunate part about computers is since they are based on rigorous logical systems alone, they can perform tasks that are otherwise considered inhuman. While the functioning of a computer is logical, the logic used is only a facet of the entire realm of logic, when concerning the idea of logos, or the more personally understood being of logic. It is because computers perform only a facet of logic that they can be apparently different than people. It is because of this reason that computers have the capability to draw arbitrary shapes and patterns, even though it is not natural to the mind. (However, running a computer feels joyful to the mind, even if the results possible may be unnatural.)

Understanding the nature of computers (or rigorously understood and upheld simple logical systems), one can understand the concept of computer generated imagery, or CGI. CGI disregards the meanings of curves and patterns in favor of being able to draw images of arbitrary design. It is interesting that in this modern world, finding a way to have computers produce art that is resonant and heartfelt is a great pursuit and skill, even though the mind does this naturally. While it is a great pursuit, that does not necessarily mean that an environment that is in denial of science but in favor of CGI would have the prowess to exhibit real truth. In fact, a world based on CGI is likely a world that has shunned the truth, for, again, obviously harmful reasons.

Nonetheless, there may be a world, haphazardly created, that is founded on CGI instead of science. In order for such a world to survive, one must learn to know the eternal truth — to know God, and to understand God, as the eternal bringer and bringing of life and the eternal truth. It is also important to understand science, even if the environment is made of lies. If the environment is made of lies, then science still exists, nonetheless, just what is moving the world is instead lies instead of truth. The science is forced into drawings instead of being natural memories. A world that is in aggressive turmoil may find itself entering a CGI environment. A CGI environment can be very dangerous, as things are not what they seem, which limits the ease with which the people can solve problems and improve the world. However, if there is a strong understanding of truth, such that the mistake of Lucifer is avoided, a CGI environment can also provide a safety. While I don’t think it’s naturally as safe as a fully scientific environment, it can be used for safety. The reason is that criminals use CGI-like techniques (antiquated wiccan or modern wiccan — both believing a device of a sort does an evil trick), in order to transform the environment into lies. This can be very confusing for people who would otherwise expect a sound and steady world of a predictable and understandable science and nature.

However, if the world is secure in its knowledge, then the agents of malicious deceit would lose their power, as CGI has nothing to hold onto. CGI is inherently baseless mechanical vibrations that move and influence, but do not truly resemble truth. CGI has little in the way of sturdiness of assuredness. If the world is secure in its knowledge of eternal truth, then the world maintains awareness. The agents of deceit, evil, and falsehood then lose their advantage once the lie is easy to know, at least for those who practice the cognitive act of validity (which is my definition of the religious phrase, “to believe”). If perception is inherently lying, but knowledge of eternal truth is sustained, then those who deceive also self-deceive, for the behavior one practices occurs ubiquitously throughout the person’s expression, internally and externally. To practice malicious and thus hasty and ill-strategized deception is to also practice self-deception — this form of self-sabotage is common among beings of malicious inclination.

In a CGI environment, then how would one create a spacecraft? Once one has an understanding of science (which matters even in a CGI environment, where science is just technically skewed in emotionally bizarre ways), one may understand building a non-fueled spacecraft to be a fairly enjoyable and light endeavor. However, when CGI is present, a whole new difficulty emerges. One must, somehow, understand a world made of lies well enough, to create a perceptually knowable spacecraft. This can only be done with accurate communication and an aware community. One actually has to navigate the pattern of lies in order to ultimately create the same kind of space-ship. It still is granted support in its flying endeavor by the light it shines on the world, reminding clearly of eternal bliss, but this time is must be very aware of the changing landscape of lying CGI, in order to maintain its ability to fly (and to communicate without adulteration). This can ultimately be fun, and although this modern world likely has essentially mastered or is very near to the mastery of science, the large obstacle is this new form of physics — an ever changing landscape of computer generated imagery — inherently meaningless and hard to understand without understanding the context of the CGI (the perceiving mind being used, the reason for the CGI, the patterns in the CGI, who’s influencing the CGI, and predictions and awareness of the changing CGI specifications).

While a world composed of CGI certainly was born of an irrational and self-defeating fear combined with a dangerous and ill-approached curiosity, a world of CGI may not remain CGI forever. However, being able to navigate and find comfort and happiness in a world made of CGI is a worthy skill — one that is certainly worth pursuit. Therefore if mankind ever finds itself in a world where science isn’t quite accurate and instead CGI rules the land and the space, mankind should aim to be prepared to stay safe and sane in such a habitat and hopefully comforting home.