Originally posted by skybolt
I completely understand what you're saying, and agree with your definition of simulation.
The only thing I wanted to add is that a real universe is vastly different than a simulated one. For instance, the real universe took 12 billion
years to form and would probably take many more billion years to perhaps destroy itself. However, if we are living in a simulated universe, then one
push of a button or a power outage can completely eliminate everything with a blink of an eye!
The thing that creeps me put the most is not so much that I may be part of a computer program, but that my entire life may have only existed for just
a few short hours. Perhaps all my memories up to this point have been programmed into my database. It's similar to someone creating a Batman video
game with all of Batman's history and features having already been programmed in!
you might want to view the situation in two separate parts, which is more appropriate to what is going on. The body, your avatar, is a program of
sorts. The energy that makes the body go, the animating energy, is you/soul - not the body. The programming part exists in the brain, you
project/manifest what you are programmed to manifest. Your energy, soul, uses its energy to power the manifestation. The "computer" system simply
feeds off of that energy, it has a preference for high powered energy in the form of anger, fear, hate etc., hence why this is the predominant energy
on this planet.
The soul universe, or the rest of consciousness, is not bound by the system. In fact, the rest of everything isn't even bound by 3d or such trivial
things. This system is a game, humans and all kinds of folks play games all the time, in all places in all ways just like this one: the process is
infinite. This game is just here, not elsewhere, and the rules of this game don't really translate to other realms. In fact, this game, as games go,
is pretty brutal.
We're real beings IN and not real space. The two process are intertwined but different. You leave here and you go on, but "here" stays until it is
dismantled. If no one plays this game, earth, then the place gets shut down.
Another complication is people think there is a beginning and end of things, no such thing, as there is only the middle. So this computer system
exists as it exists, not as a measure of beginning and end. What one thinks is "years" is what one has been told "years" are, as such, one
believes in things tied to that notion, but it is just a program in one's brain saying "here is time." Time is a great system equalizer, as it
makes people easier to control. The program can say "it will take three weeks to heal," and the thought created by that programmed uses the energy
coming from the body to manifest healing in three weeks. It's just a number, not a reality per se, but in this realm it is the dominant and most
effective mechanism of control. I see where people accept the big bang and time as fact, then can't reconcile how this is possible based on that
being fact. That isn't fact, not even close, and by removing that as a condition to understanding, one can more easily access the truth of what is
In the end it is choice, freewill, that the system fears more then anything. Should you wake up one day and choose to leave, the system adjusts,
should everyone wake up one day and choose to leave the system quits and it does not want this. The odd thing is the system is designed to destroy
things, so it has a problem it can't seem to reconcile well, so it operates by the bend but not break principal.
Again, the problem people have in understanding this is the reality is created from WITHIN your brain, not from the outside. There is NOTHING "out
there" there is EVERYTHING inside, as that is where it all originates from.
Here is something interesting. The collection of information is a big buggaboo for many. The reason given for the collection is twofold: Terrorists
and Sales. There are no terrorists to speak of and nearly all soap comes from the came company. So neither of those red herrings work. The actual
reason for the collection is to monitor each person's consciousness as it evolves, then make adjustments to the game to help keep folks here. These
adjustments are done on a mass scale and a personal one. A person waking up, as seen by purchases, emails, websites visited would quickly see a health
problem, or financial issue erupt in the hopes of derailing the process. A group might see a war or famine inserted to stop change. The collection of
that information helps the system keep track of the consciousness that is expressed through the body.