posted on Dec, 4 2017 @ 12:05 AM
I wonder whether each human mind in a society is like a puzzle piece - each part contributing dynamics to the whole, and each part setting off a wave
of events that has consequences for the other parts.
Wouldn't it be astonishing if it ended up being the case that human beings equally aware of the nature of their being synchronize at a bodily level -
each body correlating and "waving" according to a higher level carrier-wave - such that a different consciousness emerges at the top - an emergent
property, a phase shift into a deeper mode of being?
If so, and if that were indeed the case, then this world would be what happens when the whole "shatters into parts". Egos our parts which falsely
believe themselves to be ineluctably separate from other selves, but this is an illusion forced into awareness by traumatological and idealization
processes which together weave a false - but psychologically necessary - mythological self.
Take a moment to take this in, because it has the potential to traumatize most minds hypnotized by the glitz and glamor of neoliberal commercialism.
It's cruel, in a certain very real sense, that this is where we find ourselves; God, or the intellignece of God incarnate in reality, fighting with
itself because a certain part has certain traditions which they feel they "need", a consequence of which is that the majority of humans have to
slave away, suffer and die to help make their wishes come true. The end justifies the means, they tell themselves.
Now, since no self-aware being would actually wish to hurt itself, it stands to reason that all of this stems from a sort of psychosis - again, if the
cosmic puzzle were true (we are speculating) - which means that no party really knows the consequences of what they do, although I think each
self-conscious human registers at an implicit level what the 'real truth is', even if it is distorted by experiences and the chattering of the
Obviously, right now, the pulse of humanity does seem very healthy; people are desperately and mosntrously angry, and do not yet realize where this
situaiton may lead us. If it were up to the Neocons (who still control things, lets not forget i.e. "deep state") bladerunner 2049 will be our
future. They want a world filled with trauma, suffering, and self-alienation.
On the other hand, there are those people who have an inkling that there is something bigger going on. Teilhard de Chardin articulated the intuition
most clearly in his writings on "the phenomena of man". Perhaps he didn't read Peirce, but Peirce also speaks of a state of "perfect symmetry"
where the ideal forms which underlie formal and final cause become integrated within human living - whatever that may mean is hard to fathom.
In anycase, it seems possible that, if every indiviudal human system were to become animated by the same sort of loving kindness, what would happen?
In this day of mass media, human brain-minds are now able to correlate their states whenever they focus on the same object, which is basically what
visual and audial media accomplishes. When I'm watching the same world trade center collapse on T.V with millions of others, Princeton University had
random number generators (RNG's) increasing their correlations - which speaks to something very deeply profound.
If the world around us were a puzzle in the sense that each piece is supposed to fit - or resonate - in a certain physiologgical and a certain
semiotic way - then perhaps the astonishing claims of the rain making shaman-medicine man is true: that the human mind can intermediate between nature
and reality through its semiotic actions. Ontological reality is such that the human mind, if it can represent reality as a "thing", that reality
will respond - because its the other half of the human being.
In any case, how would reality respond if all human beings were to connect in the same way to the same object? For good or for bad?