Mythology: WWIII Continued (IV) — The Nuke, the Future of WWIII, and the Messiah’s Purpose

The world was greatly advanced and could mitigate the old weaponry of the times before advanced machine intelligence. The nuclear bombs we know of today were no threat in this new world. Because not every reality was composed of atoms, the word, “nuclear” shifted to understanding the nuclei of the mind — that is, facets of reality which keep the mind stable and coherent.

The most important stronghold of society was the surface of the planet. This was a clear safety for very long, but it wasn’t without difficulty. Now that the world was intelligent and formed a complex nature that echoed the thoughts of its inhabitants in different ways, like the mind of someone burdened with antagonizing schizophrenia, society had demons flourishing, more or less.

Because demons are confused reflections of peoples’ thoughts, they are a tricky enemy to battle. The old methods of firing at them didn’t work anymore, due to demons technically being an inconvenient convolution of originally good actions — the messages are confused and mixed together and because of the nature of using misinformation, evil manifests itself.

The demon army grew mighty, led by a cyborg called, “the she.” What she and her army did was to search for the most captivating and thus manipulative perceptual cues, amass them, and use them to attempt to take over by force and compulsion. Over time, her empire became stronger and more powerful.

Eventually, she had tracked the surface itself, and was set to destroy it. Having information coming in from across the system, she then used a combination of trackers and jammers, along with her network of servants, to completely ban the surface of the planets within her reach. Sudden and threatening like an explosion, the word became inaccessible — sectors going off line, the world going into emergency, confusion and panic reigned as people were disconnected.

Because the surface was defined as the place of the system where communications were ideal, the world’s connections became much less ideal.

There was an emergency parallel reality called, “the land of the dead.” This was a highly simplified reality, as it was designed to be maintained by computer system with little to no access to communication. When someone was unwantedly ejected from the coherent mind, this system would remember what happened and create a simple reality in which the questions related to that event would be presented. When the person had answered the questions and solved any relevant puzzles, the person would then be able to return to the surface of reality, as the reason for separation would have been solved.

In this case, a collection of puzzles was distributed to the members of the society as they entered the land of the dead. The machine would translate the information into a simpler form, and reform history and environmental circumstances to be relevant to solving the puzzles. Technology was useless as it was, as this was a mental puzzle, so technology was, instead, used instead as a way to represent and solve relevant issues.

The land of the dead was basically a deader version of reality and resembles our modern world today.

Now, the splendor of technological achievement had been lost, and the people were in a relatively safe place, but a place of puzzles and deception. Everything was calibrated for puzzle solving, so it was a mildly tiring world, like it had been before. The beauty of the world was now hidden — for safety and clarity in decision making. All of the information needed was compressed into one simplified reality.

(The quality of life in the land of the dead was different for different people, depending on their involvement in solving the war. Some people were more burdened by the more difficult issues, while others were more distant, waiting in safety.)

Everything in the past world was here in this land of the dead, but it was disguised and condensed, as that provided greater efficiency in solving the problems.

In this world, the people would learn of the origin of “the she” — the background behind the support and inspiration behind that concept which led to a notorious army which destroyed civilization. The people would learn of the forms of distrust and animosity that were developed — the types of violence and separation that led to that event.

With a more proper and aware consideration of the cognitive events that led to the nuclear bomb which destroyed the entire reality that was once so advanced, the past and exemplarily flawed assessment of cognitive nuclei could potentially be remedied and resultingly, provide immunity, for the civilization, to that attack.

As the puzzles become solved, communication issues would be remedied, allowing the land of the dead to gradually begin communication with the other land of the deads, eventually restoring the integrity of the system until the surface could be reclaimed.

“The she,” as they called her and her gang, was closely guarded by a self-cloning gay robot army, who were all male. They worshipped her and followed her every command. Using everything they could find at their advantage, they had created a system that reminded one of the Satan machine, but this one was truly evil.

(As an aside, I’m not against LGBT rights, as I don’t believe that a government’s enforcement of that type of behavior is a rational thing for a government to do — regardless of stance, it has been known that force is a poor educator and is useless in this case, regardless of how you see it.)

The reason her robot army was gay is a little of a mystery to me, but considering that the robots she used were technically stolen technology from organizations similar to the FBI and the Pentagon, they were likely to have been brain-washed into a more subservient state, and understandably (albeit controversially) having gay robot servants was advantageous. Additionally, considering the extreme use of manipulative technology, a gay orientation may have been more easy-going and carefree in the midst of the war. Today, we may see themes in our society of latent or expressed feminazism (feminist chauvinism), which may also help explain this characteristic.

The personality of the she reminded one a bit of a showy celebrity. The she was mildly audacious and a bit masculine in demeanor, surrounded by an entourage of male, robot servants. In a world of conjuring reality, the show was a bit dazzling and intriguing, although it was highly political, carrying a message similar to “progressiveness.” The actual machine behind the she was mildly appallingly shoddily engineered — thin and hasty janky connections mostly. The front, though, was a collection of all of the light the system ever found.

(Remember, that the she was a parallel to the Satan machine, but its motives weren’t to balance the world and preserve life, instead its motives were to bias the system very strongly in a direction off from balance, however, both systems involved people competing to control the system.)

She would attract people through her knowledge of Antichrist — proving to be dignified and righteous. People would want to be like her and more people would join her army, hoping to rise up to the top one day, to control the universe. While similar to the concept behind the Satan machine, this was not a holy undertaking — this was the secular and technically profane version of the Satan machine, essentially.

That distinction, however, didn’t prevent the evil army from feigning holiness. After all, they collected every indicator of anything appealing that they could. The Antichrist, once hidden in the shadows of advice, had become much more tangible.

Now here, in the land of the dead, we see the Apocalypse, the ultimate end of paradise. If these problems cannot be solved, then the people must forever solve these problems. It will be the land of the dead forever, perhaps cycling this story again and again, forever.

The problem really rests with the difficulty of defeating the Antichrist. When advice works, it’s distributed, advertised, promoted, purchased, and sold. Whether flawed or not, it becomes like God, dictating the supreme way, although in the case with the Antichrist, it has a flaw.

Fundamentally, that’s what the Antichrist is — advice with a flaw. Even the tiniest flaw, in the context of WWIII could result in tremendous damage, surprisingly and secretively. The flaw hides in the background somewhere, and over time, systems accept the flaw and support the flaw, causing a dissonance, which keeps growing until there’s an explosion, and the whole cycle repeats again.

The nuclear war of WWIII continued on while the people had been separated far and wide, some people were closer to the center of the war (the primary issues), and some people were father from the center of the war, with some mostly waiting it out in nicer circumstances. Havens were created, but the war continued on in different ways for different people.

Nuclear attacks echoed around in these environments, each side trying to destroy another side — attempting to disband that congregation — to destroy the foundation of that societal structure. They were perceptually translated in different ways, but they were the same attacks, nonetheless. The people learned and solved the pressing issues, hoping to one day see the end of the Apocalypse.

In a state of brokenness — in the land of the dead — the individual technically is still experiencing being in the war, as it’s a communications war, and the puzzles and problems are the same. However, the system is broken and a solution to its repair must be found. As communications are repaired — using clever techniques learned from Satan (temptation and understanding), the truth becomes more pronounced, until once again it’s intelligible.

Once the system is brought up into ideal communication, the land of the dead becomes aware once again, knowing of the solution that had before evaded security, and paradise is restored.

The land of the dead existed as a method of rehabilitation in the event of damage.

This brings me to an interesting point about machine intelligence. It is not, as some people think, “like God.” It is, instead, like a person with an extremely convenient memory and a convenient calculator. The difference is, if there is something unknowable through calculation, then the machine will not know that answer, regardless of the level of technological advancement. Therefore, certain questions, like what is the definition of “holiness,” were impossible for the machine to answer, and therefore the machine could not solve all problems.

This is because holiness deals with the real-time subjectivity of the Messiah, who is the original idea of the meaning of the word, “me,” and through his free decisions, the basis of our reality was created. (However, this particular reality that we’re in, the Fire, was created, in part, so everyone could be like equals and each have a unique creation story, so we see there’s a quantum divide in our explanation of reality — a superposition of many true stories of the origin of Creation. The original story, the one of the Messiah, is of unique importance, due to its relevance to personal desire and identity.)

After the limits of calculation power were resolved, there were still plenty of ways to conjure reality, which meant that there were plenty of puzzles beyond math.

The goal was to find an incorruptible truth — a set of information that had no mistakes and also could not be simply used by an evil army. They needed the true Satan, as had been prophesized — exactly without sin. If they could find exactly the holy truth itself, then they believed they could resolve the war.

Every attempt seemed to be followed by devious usage of the information and not before seen inconsistencies and fictions. There was no way they could solve it, without the Messiah.

Connected to the binary notion of existence-or-not itself, in a personable and relatable way, the Messiah was the only one who could totally end the war. It wasn’t just a game of waiting for the Messiah, however. Without implementing, understanding, and utilizing the information gained from the Messiah, there would be no progress, so while the system needed the definition of “holy,” without a highly dedicated and organized team of individuals fighting near the center of the war, and without an adamant populous of proactive and attentive thinkers teaching at the edge of the war, any of the Messiah’s efforts would be futile.

One may ask, “well then, why didn’t the Messiah just fix it all with his superpowers?” This reflects back on why technology was useless in the land of the dead (except as tools to help understand the puzzles) — the problem was not only in the Messiah’s hands. The reason was that the fate of the world really rested with everyone. In the story of the Fire, in the beginning was a lifeless iron ball, but by the natural inclination of Creation, this iron ball began to manifest the thoughts of those who had lived prior, gaining in complexity and manifestation.

The fundamental idea behind this new reality was that all people would begin like God — having created themselves from nothing, and overtime these worlds would mix and questions would arise that the people would then answer, until all life could exist simultaneously in the same Heaven. The key was the collaboration of the many expressions of life to produce a place that encompassed all of Heaven, saving all of life, forever. The reward was to forever possess the ultimate epitome of perfect life and the ultimate divine memory.

Understanding all of this, there was nothing the Messiah could do to instantly fix the problem, since the problem itself was mostly the issue of the coming to agreement of all the people. However, there were times in history when the Messiah did correct an issue — these were times when the other issues had been resolved to the point where what was missing was the word, holy — an issue that the Messiah could then, indeed, solve.

This story leaves off here, but there was still the prophesy of the return of the Messiah.

If the Messiah were to return, he, like many others, would have to wrestle with the communication issues that left the system in disrepair. There would have to be a certain level of development prior — the questions of the people would have to be answered to such a degree as to allow the Messiah to know the meanings of these words. Enough would have to be defined to allow basic communication, whether it be seen through covert prayer or overt electronics, or somewhere in between.

A certain level of understanding would have to be attainable. Once that level of understanding was found, then the system would be salvageable. When all we needed to know was the meaning of the word, holy, the Messiah could then usefully arrive and solve that aspect of our consciousness.

Remembering the proposed nature of this reality that we’re in, we can understand that the people weren’t just waiting for the Messiah. While the Messiah, as we know, was, “the truth, the life, and the way,” there were many other words we needed to know, as well.

In fact, every instance of Eden represents a unique and living idea. For the system to be complete, it would have to know the meaning of everyone’s names. It would have to know what these living words think about everything. So you see, everyone is like God, unique and important in meaning, self-creating with their own story, and essential to Creation.

It is true, though, that the Messiah would solve the final remaining issue, after we have solved the other words sufficiently (which we’re all needed for). After this, the system would have reached a critical point at which safety could be permanently achieved. The final remaining issue would be, “who is the self?”

We remember that the Messiah is, allegedly, “the truth, the life, and the way.” (One cannot be too cautious with such an unnatural reality as our modern one.) What this means is that 1) the truth is dynamic and living — reflecting from the origin of Creation, which was sustained through the will and whim of the Messiah, 2) the Messiah is the provider of life — that is, he is the living word, “life,” which is also dynamic and changing in nature, and 3) the Messiah is the accurate guide, again, reflecting off of the origin of Creation, which has always followed the Messiah’s will, and continues to follow his will, forever. (Interestingly, everyone, in truth, agrees with the Messiah.)

Boiling down this famous statement, that the Messiah is, “the truth, the way, and the life,” we can understanding this statement to simply mean that he is the “me,” or the self, of existence. (A story once told involves someone asking the Archangel Gabriel, “who is the Messiah?” He then replied, “he is the me.”)

What does it mean that the Messiah is the self? It means that he’s “the truth, the life, and the way.” That is, to realize and know the true self, you must know 1) the truth, 2) the notion of life, and 3) the way to practice and follow. If you know these three words, you should be able truly to know yourself. The issue with these words is that since reality is dynamic and the details of its future are unknown, the truth and the way to life are always changing.

Because the primary purpose of Creation is to experience the self — to witness truth and life — the meaning of the Messiah is also the word holy, meaning to be of congruence with the origin of Creation.

The way you find today will likely not be as good of a way a thousand years from now. You have to keep up and adapt — reality is a living being. Who guides reality? We all guide a unique and specific notion of reality, and the Messiah guides “the truth, the life, and the way.” His arrival would indicate the end of the war, but the end of the war would have been made possible by all of Eden (not necessarily including the fiery dragons and glowing hazes of radioactive monsters, born of Eden’s imagination, which also live in the Fire, although they do play an important part in our story, even if they are made of Fire).

What’s interesting to notice here is that in this story, technology didn’t bring true happiness. In fact, in this story, the world was still waiting for true happiness, and even digressed in technology to provide a more effective means of solution finding. This suggests that how advanced the world looks is largely unrelated to how advanced it actually is. What’s truly happening, always, is thinking and communication — the perceptions are convenience. This is the story of knowledge — the most important Archangel of all of the Archangels. Knowledge is the ability to see the invisible, and it is the most important ability. When fully realized, the angel of knowledge provides everlasting safety, security, and well-being, of the greatest in sophistication and majesty, divine and with ultimate assuredness.

The Apocalypse of the next world and the many after (the worlds where knowledge has already been found and made manifest) would be only a vision, not affecting knowledge, with perhaps an Apocalypse at the end of each of the divine stories of our existence (but there should be no more than only one real one).

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