posted on Oct, 31 2009 @ 06:25 AM
Of course there's also the "It's can't be true because I don't believe in..."
We cry for evidence that something is real, how about evidence for things not being real? We're currently hearing rumours and hints at an upcoming
disclosure about the existence of extraterrestrials. Of course, the big question on my mind is whether or not what we'll see on our televisions will
be true or fabricated, but it does lead to an interesting question. If aliens "come out" and the populace at large comes to accept their existence
as a fact and not a theory or possibility, how will that global change of acceptence impact the ancient astronaut theory? If we do have Obamarama on
television introducing us to our first ET, if the alien starts to fit the descriptions given in Sumerian and other ancient carvings all around the
world, like us but on a bigger scale (kinda sounds fractal, doesn't it?), if they have technology that can cause rocks to "grow" into buildings and
statues, I'm sure there'll be some interesting threads started on here.
Worse still is "I don't believe it because I don't understand it". Now I don't understand the Timewave curve. How exactly did McKenna quantify
"novelty"? It's a very vague, could be good, could be bad, not sure what it is kind of thing, but I don't allow my absolute lack of mathematical
skill to blind me to the fact that we live in a highly fractal, highly mathematical universe. If I were to take the Oct 25th event, for example, many
people decided in their own heads that Novelty=Doom and have decided the entire project is now a hoax because events didn't occur in the manner they
had pre-decided they must in order for the timewave to be true. That's like denying to believe your parents bought you a birthday present because
they didn't give you exactly what you wanted.
I believe we live in a fractal universe. If we look at ourselves, we are all identical, and yet we are all unique. We are also infinitely complex.
Look at the basic structure of a sperm cell. It's essentially a ball with a tail, a sphere with an extrusion. Now imagine a scan photo of a fetus.
We see the head and the spine. A ball and a tail. When I draw a person, I was taught to start by drawing an oval for the head, and then carry the
line down to follow the spine, and that is our basic form if you look at a skeleton from the side. Our head is obvious and pronounced, and followed
by the tail of our spines. Now look at your earlobe, and the spine of your ear. This also links into reflexology, a little understood medical
practise that some believe relies on the fractal composition of our bodies. We can carry on. Nose, nostrils, brows, our eyes as seen from the side,
our tongue, our teeth, our arms, legs, fingers, toes, even our genitals, are all made up from that same recurring shape. And if we pull out a strand
of hair? We see at the end of the extrusion of hair the ball of the root, looking very much like the sperm cell we all started with. Many of the
organs in our body, our circulatory system, our lungs, all are constructed fractally.
Fractals are infinitely complex. To my (admittedly biased) mind, the very nature of fractals screams at us that if we are all identical but unique,
we're not the seed fractal, we're each an aspect of the fractal, meaning there must be other levels of the fractal above us. There must be more
advanced versions of our fractal design, larger in scale, taller, stronger, longer lived, more powerful. There must also, way up the levels, be the
original seed fractal, the all-encompassing expression of the fractal that every level below is made up in.
The universe is a wonderous place. Don't refuse to consider possibilities just because you can't explain or prove it.