A three volume series by hypnotist Dolores Cannon claimed to make contact with Nostradamus. In this trilogy, Cannon translates Nostradamus quatrins.
In the first volume, a whole chapter (Chapter 24) is devoted to describing a person called the "Great Genius".
I don't have the book or anything, so I cannot provide any direct quotations. Sorry. =(
If anyone knows about this, and I make a mistake, please correct me.
Summary of the prophecy: This person supposedly will keep to himself/herself until after the third world war is over. A third Arab "antichrist" will
overreach himself in his quest for power and be killed during a battle. In the aftermath, the Great Genius "balances the forces" or basically makes
the world a better place with marvelous new inventions, philosophies, discoveries, and a way of looking at things. Details are not given as to how
this person does it but just that they do it.
One of this main inventions is the organic computer. It is a computer that is made of chains of protein or interacts with chains of protein. This
computer will not only calculate and measure things like computers do but because it is made of living components, it can also interact with its
environment. According to the books, this leads to self-sufficient space stations, medical advances, and the discovery of some type of "life force".
The discoveries this person makes will make everything come together as a whole without forcing his/her beliefs on others.
It will be a willing, almost universal acceptance that will seem like a rebirth of humanity. This person is not a savior. This person is more of a
helper or teacher.
Also, right before this person dies, he/she will download their consciousness in a computer so it will still be there to serve humanity after he/she
Now, about the third world war, it seems to tie in with current events with the escalating violence in the middle East. People seem to sense that a
possible world war looms on the horizon. Doesn't it make sense that a quiet, scientist type like the Great Genius would shy away from the predatory
nature of war and just tinker in a laboratory somewhere until it was all over?
This Great Genius character might have the technologic innovation that is too good to be true. A way to live in balance with nature and still flourish
that corporate capitalism would hate. And so it will take a crisis of mass proportions to allow his inventions to be used for their fullest
While I cannot comment on the validity of a WWIII or anything (maybe the pope will die during 2011-2013 or the Vatican will crumble to the ground by
2017. Who knows!?), I am comment on organic computing because I am a computer engineering student, and I am on the path of specializing in organic
computing and bioinformatics when I go to grad school.
Based on my background so far as an undergraduate, what Dolores and "Nostradamus" described in the book is entirely possible with organic computers.
However, it is outside the current reach of organic computing right now. I cannot comment any further because no one has gone further.
What's interesting is the consensus of genetics and computers coming together is not just unique to this New Age book nor discipline of
bioengineering. An Indian philosopher called Krishnamurti remarked on these two disciplines coming together and the discoveries resulting would answer
some deep phiosophical questions and/or possible "life force". Here's a video:
I wanted a general, interesting discussion on this such as personality of such a person, how they could relate to any secret elite, and how they would
overcome insurmountable odds to help the world as best he/she can.
Any input is welcome. However, please hesitate from announcing you are so called "Great Genius". If you really were the great genius, you wouldn't be
wasting your time trying to prove it on these forums. You would be going out there proving it to the world. How about you join me being a future grad
student in the sub-discipline of organic computing?
As I can attest, there's plenty of room. It is a young, growing field.
Besides, a true Genius doesn't need to call themselves one. I never recalled Einstein calling himself a genius nor Nikola Tesla. I think the Great
Genius would be a caring, down to earth individual that isn't concerned with the subjective measures of the term "Genius".
This is just a prophecy. I just thought it would be something interesting to discuss.
edit on 27-2-2011 by DavinciThales because: (no reason given)