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A strange coincidence is that when I first read this, I had recently learned about the Voynich Manuscript. He talks about linking brains into one superbrain, and check out this picture from the manuscript...
Don't get me to lying.
originally posted by: Aliensun
originally posted by: skunkape23
I find it easier to digest mentally if I call it the 'Other World.'
It does seem to be a real space.
Hard to make sense of on a 'rational' level sometimes.
"Rege Bene Shwa Machu Bene."
A giant praying mantis told me this was a universal friendly greeting.
Were you under the influence of any substance at all or stone-cold sober and up and awake?
originally posted by: skunkape23
Not pulling your leg.
originally posted by: Charlyboy
a reply to: skunkape23
Did it really? if you are not pulling my leg would you describe it, one of my experiences was with an insect like being, but it was more like glass or light than physical...
It's a long story and I am too tired to write a whole chapter.
It was kind of funny...I wasn't invaded or abducted in any way.
It was more like I dropped in on their party.
They seemed a little thrown off guard.
Everything, for the most part, was a monochromatic metallic gray.
There were some "Jawa" looking guys in hooded robes that seemed to be frantically working some sort of "control board." It had multicolored lights.
They seemed to be surprised that I "modulated without a lens."
Whatever the hell that means.
Intelligence is viewed as the ability to adapt behavior,and represents a decrease in the portion of behavior control that is genetically programmed or "hard-wired." Two types of intelligent species are recognized: technological (possessing a tool-using member) and nontechnological (without a tool-using member). Man is thus a fifth-stage, tech: -logical species. The intelligent technological species, being relatively deprogrammed, is highly
adaptive anc, uompetitive, and many of its species-specific checks and balances are reduced oj" eliminated. By adapting tools in its own internal competition, the technological species continually increases its own internal competitive deadlines,,. The species is thus a self-killer and carries the seeds of its own destruction because of its intelligence and use of tools. It will eventually destroy itself unless it advances to the sixth stage.
The sixth stage consists of linkage of all individual brains in the species into one super brain, Thus a superbeing having absolute control of space and
time results. It requires a technological species to accomplish linkage, resulting in a multidimensional, eventually nonphysical superbeing. When technology is sufficiently advanced for linkage to be developed, the power of the species' tools
is so great that its own self-destruction is imminent. Thus an advanced techno-logical civilization is near linkage or Armageddon, and in either case it vanishes as a limited three-dimensional species of the fifth stage. This accounts for the notable absence of technological species such as man in the observed universe.