posted on Sep, 11 2019 @ 05:20 PM
a reply to: sapien82
Yes, sapien82, a simulation, any simulation, is always to the image and liking of the simulator. The problem with the simulation is that you, the one
being simulated, have no choice to choose when to terminate the simulation. Those running the simulation decide when to terminate it, much as when you
delete a file in your hard disk. You never ask the file whether it wants to be terminated or not. You simply press the Delete key.
a reply to: Madrusa
i did not state the generation of choice is at the level of the individual but the actual choosing is
The actual choosing is also a simulation of the act of choosing. So deep the simulation is. So perfect, so thoroughly crafted, so minutely engineered.
The gods created a mirror, but they didn't like the image the mirror reflects back, so they wanted the mirror broken. Except that those tasked with
the mission to break the mirror didn't break it. Satanael and Azazel disobeyed the command. Interesting enough Azazel was not a Watcher, he was a
Nephilim, the first one being born from Lilith and Semjaza. It means he was not a human. He was a seed of the Watchers, the one who valued free will
and hence was hated by the gods.
one shouldn't confuse the interface with actual reality
I agree. The simulators shouldn't confuse the interface with actual reality. They don't do it. But gods forget that for the simulated ones the
simulation is their only Reality and they have the right to defend that Reality, even at the risk of neglecting the existence of simulators. Gods use
messengers to interact with humans under the excuse that humans wouldn't stand their vision. In modern language the excuse is that there cannot be a
disclosure because humans won't stand the truth.
I understand sometimes an interface is required, but my concern is about who owns and controls the interface. No interface, no interaction. Perhaps
Giselians are tasked with that mission: to guarantee neither side, nor SV17q, nor aliens, take control of the interface. Or perhaps it is in their
interest for an interaction to never happen.
Look at yourself in the mirror, Ninlil, what do you see?
No, don’t answer me now.
Think of that image and rejoice.
You are yourself, unique and very special.
As we all are, but many times just don’t realize.