Originally posted by sinohptik
reply to post by NorEaster
Because of how this information has come to you, how do you explore it and further the concepts? most importantly, how do you apply them to actual
usable mechanics? i am just curious Has the knowledge been incorporated into your conscious continuous movement?
The most surprising aspect of it all is that so much else verifies it by being entwined with it in ways that would literally wreck both if you tried
to pull them apart. Keep in mind that this premise is enormous. I just got my proof back today (about an hour ago) and the book, not counting the
title pages, table of contents, acknowledgements and the little bio blurb in the back, is packed into 352 pages. And when I say packed, I really mean
it. I literally lay out the step-by-step description of the instant of physical genesis, and logically defend it in full from the top of page 112 to
the middle of page 116. Not even four full pages. I flesh out the entire structure that contains every expression of the existential Imperative
, and how it manifests within the corporeal and post-corporeal realms as a malleable whole of shifting influences (after previously
detailing the Masculine
natures of each Imperative expression in a separate Glossary section) that drive and shape the
world that we know to exist around us, and fit it all between pages 256 and 278. To say that I can just lay out all the interconnections that exist
between this premise and what you see right in front of you right now is to make a claim that I can't defend. The interlacing is just to profound.
Still, the basic logic structure is very familiar, and the direct impact on the human experience (the difference between a 5 yr old, a 15 yr old, and
a 35 yr old, and why those differences exist - at a more elemental level than simple brain development, hormones and life experience) is the kind of
thing that parts of this premise are extremely good at detailing from a very new perspective than what you'll find anywhere online or in reference
journals. The reason why the human being is so profoundly different in its survival choices than any other animal on this planet - it's very clearly
detailed, and when you read it, you suddenly recognize (not just realize) that what's being suggested makes more sense than anything else that's
been suggested about the obvious dichotomy of an intelligent species that often works to sicken and destroy itself, while not being dysfunctional as
an organism in any other manner. Like I said, there are many, many threads that weave between what I've got here and what we've either known or have
wondered about for a very long time.
This is what keeps me working to verify what I can't prove. The same rigid logic connects the mundane revelations (like those above) to the more
inaccessible assertions by way of airtight ramification stages, and these stages have all been vetted by logicians that I met through a close friend
who worked (recently retired after a long rewarding career) in the payroll dept at MIT in Cambridge, MA. I presented just the logical impact on the
ramification stages, in multiple levels of progression, with the specifics themselves (represented as all logical formulas are) unassociated beyond
the specific stages themselves, to prevent cultural or psychological biases. The logical structure is solid, even if the ramifications are anything
but what we've all accepted as traditional.
Once i had explored my own perspective to the extent i felt possible (at the time), i started to explore others perspectives on the same
universe. i give equal credence to all perspectives and have been.. amazed more times than i could recall, by just how different iterations can look
at the same thing. The very fact that both systems are simultaneously supported and present is amazing (to me). i see that we are all exploring the
same concept (the universe, if you will) but through different contexts, all individually limited. Those that have explored the concepts in-depth
will have great stories to tell, no matter the context, and one can learn just that little bit more about the totality of the universe in which we
reside. By learning others perspectives, i feel it gives deeper insight into the concept which we inevitably approach so limitedly as
I do feel as though a lot of work is being done on aspects of what's real that my examination doesn't address. Like the impact of intellectual
agenda on the experience of post-corporeal existence. I really have no idea what the social structure on the other side is like, or what one human
being is capable of imposing upon another human being in those instances where faith and expectation have a dominant influence. In that arena, I read
and try to learn like everyone else. It does make me feel a little sorry for those who've been heavily indoctrinated, as I worry about their capacity
to manage what will be a perception-heavy realm when they leave this life.
After the initial concepts were revealed, what have you done to further the research and application of the contexts which you present?
The whole of it continues to come in as I find new information that verifies one aspect while launching the introduction of another aspect by way of
direct ramification. In fact, I'm checking over the new edition now, to see if it's okay to launch back up for sale again. I had to add a full
digression From Here To There: The Crossing-Over Event
, and flesh out the impact on the human brain of the corporeal point of conscious
perspective, after examining the 13 April 2008 paper Unconscious Determinants of Free Decisions in the Human Brain
and discovering a ramification that I hadn't even considered until looking at what this
research suggested if associated with what I had already learned about the relationship between the mind and the brain of the corporeal human
Right now, the effort is to find traction in the real world, since it'll take more minds than just mine to really develop this thing. If I'm
anywhere near right on this, the net effect will be extraordinary.