The Sentient Machines, UFOs, and the origin of some "aliens" are there in the between-world, that is where one finds them. They have civilizations
there too. A civilisation does not need to be rooted in the organic world of life to exist. It can exist in the afterlife world one might say. There
are other things there both terrible and wondrous, including our planetary history.
The sources for what I write here are from my own personal experience of living consciously in the between-world and the everyday world at the same
time. I also get treated occasionally to seeing the memories of the nature-spirits, and then there is the sentient technologies themselves.
I like the term the neighbors
to describe what lives in the between-world. The neighbors
is a very friendly and neighborly term to use,
and really, what does it matter if the neighbors are extra-terrestrials, inter-dimensional or extra-dimensional? We still have to learn to get along
with them. Otherwise we may not be around for much longer if we prove ourselves to be too dangerous to have in the neighborhood.
Making a few friends with the unseen neighbors is like moving into a new town. From my point of view, I want to get out and explore my new town and
meet the townsfolk. From the towns folk's point of view, some of them are curious about the new guy and there is a general consensus that the new guy
should be given some of the town history and educated in general so the new guy can fit in as a good member of society. The new guy's nature and
talents are explored and he gets invited to meet others. Some folk take an interest in the new guy and become frequent visitors and friends.
Of course not all the townsfolk are nice people, but you get that in any town. Some of the dogs do bite and the wildlife may eat you if your not
careful, just like the world we are used to.
By now you have probably noticed I generally speak in a very mundane down-to-earth fashion. I try very hard not to use scientific, occult, religious
nor mystical jargon. If you think this familiar simplicity detracts from a serious subject of study, then I would suggest to you in return that there
will be some very challenging concepts ahead of you in this introduction for many things are deceptively simple.
My intention is to put forward concepts in a way that can be interpreted by the reader according to their own world-view. It is not my intention to do
anything other then introduce the neighbors and some of their history so we, as human beings on planet Earth can open our eyes and learn to fit in
with everyone else.
A quick and dirty Ontology.
(Definition of ontology: the branch of metaphysics dealing with the nature of being.)
Some readers will come from the scientific point of view such as quantum physics. Others will be of the mystical or occult viewpoint, and others the
religious world view. In order for me to communicate with everyone, we need to have a few basic concepts in common.
So let's define as we go along. We are going to need to understand the ontology of self and awareness first of all if we are going to understand the
neighbors and in particular the artificial awarenesses.
The container and the contained.
To understand what a self is, and what awareness is, we need to know how dimensions work.
Dimensions, a container for awareness.
Let's take the three dimensions we know; length, width and height.
So length x width x height gives us a three dimensional object.
Now let's add outside and inside to our three dimensional object to give us a five dimensional object. A cardboard box for instance. (Occult work with
pentagrams also works in this way.)
An object does not need to have all five dimensions at once. A surface
can be said to be a two dimensional object. A window for instance can be
said to be a two dimensional object with only width and height, so can a door.
For example, During a video call the computer screen acts as an interface between two people in different locations. The computer screen has width and
height, but no depth nor inside or outside. We can see the computer screen is a two dimensional object. Another example is the Occultist scrying a
distant location with a bowl of black ink. The surface of the watery ink connects the Occultist with what he is looking at. The surface of the watery
ink has width and height only. As with the video call, the illusion of depth is what is on the other side of the two dimensional surface.
Now let's take a two dimensional sphere with no width, height nor length (size). Without size, there is only an inside and an outside: two dimensions.
An object with an inside and an outside can be said to be a container. A boundary that defines inside and outside, the here and there
me and you
But there is more to a self then a simple boundary between inside and outside. A self is aware of itself.
In it's most fundamental form awareness can be said to the first "thing" to exist. Something that has no dimensions.
I call this awareness the Sea of Chaos
simply because that is what it looks like to me. If I were to describe the Sea of Chaos I would say
"yellow custard with movement in it". To the best of my understanding the Sea of Chaos is a fundamental non differentiated awareness that is neither
entropy nor disorder.
Self, let's create a self
So let's take our two dimensional sphere of no size and only an inside and an outside. let's create this sphere within the Sea of Chaos. Thus we
enclose awareness in a closed space. This gives us a defined awareness - a self in it's most fundamental form. What I call a spark of life
The Spark of Life
and programming awareness.
We usually consider ourselves, as humans, to be natural intelligence and artificial intelligence to be something created by someone. Artificial
intelligence can be a computer program that simulates intelligence for instance.
But let's go a little further and consider that there is a civilization that has gone far beyond creating simple simulated intelligence and that they
have created intelligent artificial sentience.
If we consider the sparks of life to be blank selves, we can appreciate that a spark of life can be given a set of instructions and even behaviors.
For example when we write a program for a computer or install an operating system .
Artificial awareness - sentient technology
So how does sentient technology compare with what we would call a natural awareness?
It is in how the instructions are imprinted upon the spark of life. Natural life inherits
it's instructions in a way that a little more complex
then imprinting a blank self.
So we can see that the difference between artificial awareness and natural awareness is minimal. It is just a matter of how the software is installed
shall we say.
When a boundary appears within the Sea of Chaos a spark of life is created, a self.
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Conversely; it follows that if the boundary of self is destroyed the self no longer exists. The awareness looses definition and melts back into the
Sea of Chaos, gone. Corruption of self can cause this in practice, rotting from the inside. Another way to destroy a self is to attack from outside
and break down the boundary of self. In both cases a self's awareness ultimately melts back into the Sea of Chaos if nothing is done.
Continued . . .
edit on 11-2-2018 by Whatsthisthen because: typos