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A summary of my collective perspectives on the System

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posted on Jul, 25 2011 @ 02:07 AM
Essentially, the human eyes determine what we perceive, and when we can alter our perception, we can see different realities. This does not necessarily mean an entirely new dimension, it means a distorted or enhanced perception of reality.

For example, if the perceptual components of DNA can be manipulated, then, if there are a set of codes for the production of perception, keeping in mind how radically different our perceptions can be when we take hallucinogens, thus creating how we collectivley "see".

Thus, when it comes to synchronicity between different "realms" of perception, what occurs is that there are different linkages between objects perceived between entities of differing levels or varieties of perception.

For example, if the perceptual alteration contains a machine or artificial component - we are talking of synthetic humans that have been crossed with naturally evolved humans, synthetic beings are those that were designed with the building-blocks of DNA, however, were grown and "manufactured" artificially.

Thus, varying items in our world might be a product of the simulation, and other objects might be naturally occuring. Additionally, our actions in our world can actually be different in the other world - for example, we are unaware that we have alternate selves (as perceived by other beings) in the alternate reality.

My idea is that, we are living in a partially artificial world, owing to the genetic design or alteration that occured to the human race.

In terms of proof for such tampering, the evidence if the events had occured tens of thousands of years ago, would be difficult to measure, and given that we live in a partially augmented reality, the evidence could actually exist, however, we would only have the reference of the world that we have come to know.

In a nutshell, what our eyes see is a distortion of what our natural eyes should perceive, and there is "another world" that is the "real world" and this world (that we perceive) is partially artificial.

posted on Jul, 25 2011 @ 02:15 AM
That made no sense. Humans are not made artificially. What in our world wouldn't be real? And when you are under the influence of a drug you are just that, under the influence, if you hallucinate it isn't real. If i'm on acid and I eat an imaginary corn dog it's not gonna feed me. Please explain yourself as I don't really understand you.

posted on Jul, 25 2011 @ 02:36 AM
reply to post by XxRagingxPandaxX

When it comes to the energy that exists in the universe, it is understood that the sum total of energy in the universe remains unchanged, however, it is different forms of energy that exists and that are regularly altered and converted into different forms.

The other component is, is that reality is a perception or "angle" to this collective energy, and for that reason, there are different realms of perception for the same fundamental energies.

The structure of this universe is as we understand, atoms and mollecules, and in terms of perception, there are a variety of basic shapes and forms that create our perception - for example a square, triangle, hexagon.

If the means by which we perceive, what our eyes see can be altered, then, for the same grouping of energy, there can be different perspectives of the form that that energy takes.

For example, when we observe an object in a simulated environment - for example a videogame - we know that there is a certain amount of polygons that create the basic shapes in the artificial environment - and in addition to this, there are different skins and textures that can be applied to these shapes, as well as various sprites and particle effects.

For that reason, when we observe an object, we are perceiving a complex pattern of images and "textures" and "skins" for these objects, and if you can imagine a computer environment and the effect that the application of different skins and textures has on the environment, you will start to understand how different reality can be to different eyes.

posted on Jul, 25 2011 @ 02:42 AM
isn't that sort of what dreaming is? in a way we see things differently.
as for what we perceive as real, I think we're not receiving all the energy because we don't have the means to perceive it but it's there.

posted on Jul, 25 2011 @ 03:36 AM
reply to post by SystemResistor
The first part made sense, and I think I get the second part of what your saying, but theirs a flaw, video games are not truly 3 dimensional, what I mean is thats based off sight alone, not off the 5 other 4 senses. Example, can we touch these alternate realities?

posted on Jul, 25 2011 @ 08:36 AM
reply to post by SystemResistor

when people say that they don't understand your perception of what you have written I would simply say, look within.

What you have written is found in many profound texts around the world. It is my understanding (based on these texts and experience) that we only see what 'they' want us to see. If we were to drop our barriers from fear perhaps we could all see the same thing and that would be a bigger brighter better world not only around us but from within also.

edit on 25-7-2011 by franspeakfree because: (no reason given)

posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 04:49 PM
reply to post by XxRagingxPandaxX

To take it to the next level, you can imagine a computer that can connect to the nerve-stems in the spinal cord, and thus, if the machine is advanced enough, then, it can simulate all kinds of sensations, basically, if a machine can create a hallucination, for our mind to project an image, and our sense of touch to also be connected to the simulator, then one could literally hold and sense a "virtual object".

Given the ease at which this can be done with a computer, all one has to do is make the jump and realise that our bodies and our brains are similar, and it is our imagination that creates what we see, and in turn, we were created as extentions of others imaginations ad infinitum.

posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 04:51 PM
reply to post by yourmaker

I believe that the dream world should actually be a part of our regular day-time vision - essentially, I imagine, that would be what they refer to as "4D".

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