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20 June 2011

So in our experiment, when left to its own devices, the mind has no choice but to interpret the serial presentation of sequences as a sequence in serial time.  And the only thing that can overrule this logic is an introduction of something so overwhelming that the mind has no choice but to drop its assumption about this serial sequence of time and bow to the truth of the situation.
PAG e-NEWS: 20 June 2011
-Questioning authority, dogma, ideology, and reality.
Published by Peter A. Gersten (
-The 11:11 Invitation:
Below are several fascinating commentaries that – directly and circumstantially – support my principal belief that we exist in an intelligently designed simulated holographic reality which has been corrupted by a silicon-based memetic virus.  I  find the above quote from Where is Time? intriguing. Hopefully my leap of faith will leave my mind no choice but to see through the illusion.   
Consider what happens when you drive a car and daydream or talk on the cellphone. The complexities of adjusting speed, signaling, changing lanes and navigating are carried out without your conscious awareness. And even if you are conscious of driving, the thinking, decisions and judgments are already made by the time you realize them.
Technology (as we know it) has become a beast of mythic proportions.  Like a many headed Cyclopian Hydra, it is often seen as a ubiquitous ‘all seeing eye’ from hell that is portrayed (via technology!!) as a transistorized vehicle for the death of us all.  It contributes to every major problem of the modern world while seeping into every pore of our existence… into our very own ‘wireless networks’ and the ‘land lines’ to our DNA!   It’s a ‘fix’ to fix us and a fix for our ‘fix’!
Once you are open to viewing our world as some sort of simulation, created to help us work past our challenges, millions of other possibilities arise. What if the myth of angels is actually about avatars of beings from outside the game who help guide us through it?
In speeches, Pope Benedict XVI has said technology consumption poses a threat to religion and the Roman Catholic church. The holy leader told a Palm Sunday crowd last month that technology cannot replace God.
This was so similar, it was eerie. Could I be onto something? Could our entire universe be inside a brain?
As web companies strive to tailor their services (including news and search results) to our personal tastes, there’s a dangerous unintended consequence: We get trapped in a “filter bubble” and don’t get exposed to information that could challenge or broaden our worldview.
Your senses are your windows on the world, and you probably think they do a fair job at capturing an accurate depiction of reality. Don’t kid yourself

11:11 Invitation

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