posted on Aug, 4 2017 @ 12:29 AM
1. Just because something appears a certain way, doesn’t mean you aren’t able to misunderstand it. Humans can only know that which their brain
interacts with. And even then, every state is transformed by good and bad – coherent (ideal) or stressed (entropic) because this is the behavioral
form we have inherited from the life that preceded us. For us, self-other symmetry or asymmetry determines our feeling scape, which means, determines
2. If one thinks “I hate God!”, one is thinking in religious, mythological, and narrative terms. There is no proof to such a speculation – none
whatsoever. Indeed, even if you were to manifest before me a “spiritual power”, I would still assume some causal relation that necessitates the
emergence of that structure/power, which would imply, of course, some connection between the human brain and the environment around it.
3. Sticking to a materialist narrative, that is, an evolutionary description of the universe, to the emergence of Earth, the biosphere, and animal
life all the way up to humans, it may appear very “real” to someone that a war-with-God actually exists, as Nietzsche so histrionically discussed,
largely because one ancient group of humans achieved a relationship with reality (not God) that relied upon the knowledge that existed at that time
(i.e. no knowledge of evolution, or quantum physics, or relativity, or neurons, etc) and when “woven together” through a meditative poetry,
produced a profoundly coherent allegory of the nature of reality, albeit, within the time-frame and social-economic-material conditions of the society
this existential-metaphysical allegory emerged from.
4. Dynamical systems theory is a larger and more accurate framework than the Bible, insomuch as it is downright impossible to operate normally under
conditions-of-stress. All human beings are animals, ergo, they are functionally wired via the amygdala, that is, structurally tethered to the cues in
their environments so that they automatically recognize good and bad via the affects and perceptions that arise in their experience. The ancient
Hebrews did not pre-exist the ancient pagans: they were co-determined phenomena. Similarly, the inheritors of the external rites, psychological
dynamics and behavioral addictions that belong to todays religious world, from the “gnostic” to the “Jewish”, is co-determined, and entirely a
narrative that is determined like a puzzle-piece, so that each mind “fits” into the other as a function of what is gained/lost in the symmetry
that exists in the ideal.
5. Nothing is random. Everything is highly determined and ordered by a finite yet profoundly complex world of interacting-particulars. We may never
know everything, but no sane person can deny that science gains real knowledge on things: an internal organization of neuronal conditions that
“correlates” or “resonates” at a high level with the represented object in the environment. Internally, this is a “sign”, a percept, which
inducts us into a deeper state of coherency-in-relation. Gravity exists. Cells exist, and have been observed under microscope. We know things that the
ancients didn’t, and much that we’ve learned is treated by most scientific people as leading to an improvement in the human condition – such as
an ability to better control diet, sleep, temperature, and stress, all of which help us feel better, which means, helps us think better and develop
better narratives about reality.
6. Dreaming and channeling does not reveal any certain knowledge, yet since ancient times people have naively trusted what these “visions” show
them. Todays term of “self-fulfilling prophecy” nicely coheres with the concept of a positive feedback loop, where expectancy leads to discovery
of what is expected. Narratives, dreams, and the items which appear and flow therein, have a highly structured nature to them with, the affects of
life, the concerns of the mind, and the anxieties about existing, become organized via the various “energies” of each attractor. Trusting in such
processes may indeed be the acme of human naivety, where the stressful heaviness of reality burdens the mind with questions of “obedience to the
order of being” and those who seek to flout it, work against it, and hate it. The narratives of both groups are garbled because of the mutual
stress. Only the supremely removed can gain a better perspective on what is going on, hence, the idea of a “third party” to judge between two.
7. Because in all likelihood reality has an “eighth” plane, or further level of integration but at the level of psyche, dynamical processes simply
incline upward to a higher area of integration, towards the place of love where the humans involved in the relation “connect” with one another.
Indeed, up “here” in the so-called ‘astral realm’, the brain and its dynamics still determine the contents that the individual mind interfaces
with. There is no “other world”. There is the body and the potentials for perception that it affords – nothing else. What appears here is the
“story” of the group. The “monads” exist in a single space, the stronger the feeling, the deeper and clearer the relation.
8. Physical reality is BIGGER than the human being. Bacteria grow on other worlds. Activity burbles throughout the universe. But it is Earth and Earth
alone which bustles with living beings, integrated with one another in such a way as to produce a “semiophere”, whereby each element is
synchronized into a common ‘wave structure’, which can be fairly accurately located as the TCA cycle of the human cell - process far too tiny for
the ancients to have considered – but if they had known it in all its complexities, perhaps they would have been less insane in thinking that they
could change reality, given its structure is fairly consistent and logically necessary for anything meaningful or significant to exist.
9. If you persist, if you don’t stop, there is a much simpler explanation than “cursed by God”, and that is, cursed by history. On the other
hand, those who steal so much from others on the premise that reality is horrible and awful merely express the dynamics of a feedback loop, with
“meanings” running through from action to perception, where a completed action modifies the structure of perception. Such an analysis, informed by
cognitive science and the ‘functional circle’ thought of Jacob Von Uexkull, also comes much later than the bible. The simplest explanation is that
with more people working to get more knowledge, human beings widely expand their epistemological range of knowing, and with that changes much about
how it is we live and exist in reality according to a very expansive ontology that accommodates people on the principle of health and unhealth, where
the value of freedom to be can be enhanced, but also the responsibility not to hurt is heeded not out of guilt or any ridiculous thought about
“obedience to God”, but out of it being a fact of reality – a natural fact which is so simple and basic and ubiquitous that to ignore, on the
grounds that you could do better, is absolutely nightmarishly ignorant about what the modern sciences have revealed about realities remarkable