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“This World Is Not What You Think”
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I used to believe earth was being visited by ETs. For that matter, I used to believe earth was a planet. Then, for a brief while, I entertained the highly controversial notion that this realm might actually be flat.
In retrospect I’m ashamed to admit it, but I actually believed the shape of our world somehow mattered. Like most people, I also believed the earth, planets, moons and stars were real.
I further believed that history, while inevitably distorted by the victors, was nevertheless intrinsically organic and in no way a wholly artificial construct.
I entertained the notion that so-called reality might be merely a hologram, yes, and I wrote about this in some depth in my first published book—but then, perhaps succumbing to the pressure to conform to normative conceptions, it was all too easy to lose my intuitive sense of the unreality of reality and embrace the kaleidoscopic lie that there’s somehow a here here.
Then, just as I was perhaps on the verge of being sucked out of my idiosyncratic individuated self and subsumed back into the collective duality designed to enslave bodies, minds and spirits here in this nowhere, I encountered the monumental and paradigm-shattering body of work produced by ex-con and maverick historian Jason Breshears of Archaix.
On the heels of a troubled adolescence, running away from home as a young teen and finding himself on the wrong side of the legal system after a disastrous situation not entirely of his own making that he’s had the guts to detail extensively on his YouTube channel, Jason spent over a quarter of a century in Texas prisons educating himself in history and a range of complementary subjects to such an extent that few, if any, professors emeriti have read as deeply and widely.
Having spent a good portion of my own life in and otherwise connected to the prison of academia, I speak with some knowledge of this subject.
Jason’s stunningly groundbreaking work on what he refers to as the Phoenix Phenomenon and Nemesis X Object have set off a firestorm in online “truther” communities.
Flat earthers, decoders, ufologists, metaphysicians, scientists, historians and even simulationists—to highlight only a handful of groups engaging this material, for both positive and negative reasons—have, to a person, seemed to respond to Jason’s theories in a wildly segregated fashion.
His growing passionate fanbase—which has propelled his YouTube channel from 3,000 to nearly 75,000 followers since the start of 2022—grasp that, while he may not be (and almost certainly isn’t, by his own admission) right about everything, he’s nevertheless onto something of VAST importance that we ignore at our own peril.
I’d go so far as to propose that his discovery of the 138-year periodicity of history, which is precisely and decidedly inorganically divided into discrete cataclysmic cycles centering on the Phoenix, is prima facie evidence that we’re living within what can only be a simulated holography following something akin to complex mathematical algorithms that produce a number of additional “impossible” periodicities within the historical record (see video below).
Critics of Jason’s model tend to produce more heat than light in their responses, which usually strike me as classically “triggered” reactions instead.
The most knee-jerk backlash, common even among the so-called truther movement, is that it’s “impossible” for us to be existing inside a simulation, that it’s “ridiculous” to claim that everything we see, hear, smell, taste and touch is just … an illusion.
But is it, in fact, so hard to imagine? How do we account for the ancient and widespread concept of maya? To cite Wikipedia (for convenience and to make a point, nothing more):
Maya (/ˈmɑːjə/; Devanagari: माया, IAST: māyā), literally “illusion” or “magic”, has multiple meanings in Indian philosophies depending on the context. In later Vedic texts, māyā connotes a “magic show, an illusion where things appear to be present but are not what they seem”; the principle which shows “attributeless Absolute” as having “attributes". Māyā also connotes that which “is constantly changing and thus is spiritually unreal” (in opposition to an unchanging Absolute, or Brahman), and therefore “conceals the true character of spiritual reality”.
In the Advaita Vedanta school of Hindu philosophy, māyā, “appearance”, is “the powerful force that creates the cosmic illusion that the phenomenal world is real.” In this nondualist school, māyā at the individual level appears as the lack of knowledge (avidyā) of the real Self, Atman-Brahman, mistakingly identifying with the body-mind complex and its entanglements.
Other venerated religions and belief systems have a similar view of the fantasy we blithely take for reality. Aboriginal Dreamtime is one oft-cited example.
Even in Christianity the faithful are constantly reminded they’re just passing through this world of shadows on their way to their true reward in heaven, presumed to be real since it’s so mind-numbingly everlasting.
In modern times simulation theory has gained a widespread following in such diverse fields as physics, mathematics, computing, and philosophy.
This isn’t the place to unpack the many varieties and nuances of this at times extremely technical theory. But consider that as far back as the landmark article “A Holographic Concept of Reality” presented at the First International Congress of Psychotronics in Prague in 1973 and first printed in the JOURNAL OF PSYCHOENERGETIC SYSTEMS in 1975, a team of researchers headlined by physicist Richard Alan Miller were already establishing a bioscientific framework for what would eventually be called the simulation hypothesis:
We propose that the “reality hologram” which appears as a stable world of material objects is the elementary particle which has a long-term existence and fairly simple rules of interaction. We also propose the existence of a “biohologram” which appears mobile and evolving, through the DNA molecule. This “biohologram” projects a dynamic three-dimensional image that serves as a guiding matrix for the manipulation and organization of the “reality hologram.”
Thus we have mobile self-organizing holograms moving through a relatively static simpler hologram. The possibility exists that such “bioholograms” could achieve sufficient coherence to continue existence as a pattern of radiant energy apart from a material substrate. We feel that such an occurrence could form the scientific basis of such psychoenergetic phenomena as psycho-kinesis, clairvoyance, telepathy, and precognition.
In “Embryonic Holography” Miller continues this train of holographic theorizing that leads straight to, through and beyond such massively influential works as Michael Talbot’s THE HOLOGRAPHIC UNIVERSE:
DNA appears to be the projector of a biohologram, both at cellular and organismic levels. This means that DNA is responsible for creating a complex pattern of three-dimensional electromagnetic standing and moving wave fronts in the space that the organism occupies. We believe that these wave fronts interact with, interpenetrate and interdetermine the physical substance that makes up the creature.
The biohologram has characteristic properties that include the ability to affect the DNA that occupies specific positions within the biohologram. In such a situation the nervous system constitutes, first and foremost, a coordination mechanism that integrates DNA projections across all of the cells in the biohologram—aligning these cellular holograms and linking the whole creature hologram.
Affirming, basically, that all the world’s a stage, Miller certainly sets the stage for explaining just how a true Simulacrum might play out in biological terms.
Alongside Western biology, even Eastern medicine has for a long time been busy reinterpreting its data from an unapologetically holographic perspective. Naturopath Stephen Linsteadt in “Frequency Fields at the Cellular Level” noted some years ago,
Dr. Ralph Alan Dale, director of the Acupuncture Education Center in North Miami Beach, Florida, after spending the last two decades tracking down clinical and research data from China, Japan, and Germany, has accumulated evidence of eighteen different microacupuncture holograms in the body, including one in the hands, feet, arms, neck, tongue, and even gums.
Dale feels that these microsystems are “holographic reiterations of the gross anatomy” and believes there are still other such systems waiting to be discovered. In a notion reminiscent of David Bohm’s assertion that every electron in some way contains the cosmos, Dale hypothesizes that every finger, and even every cell, may contain its own acupuncture microsystem.
It is this holographic characteristic of the body’s energy field that provides physical, mental, emotional and spiritual feedback into areas of incoherence.
Now flash-forward to THE SIMULATED MULTIVERSE. The description alone to this fascinating exploration in which an MIT computer scientist digs into the simulation hypothesis is compelling.
“If we are living in a simulated universe, composed of information that is rendered around us, then many of the complexities and baffling characteristics of our reality start to make more sense,” we read. “In particular the two most popular interpretations of quantum mechanics, the Copenhagen Interpretation and the Many Worlds interpretation, which are thought to be mutually exclusive, can be unified in an information based framework. Quantum computing lets us simulate complex phenomena in parallel, allowing the simulation to explore many realities at once to find the most ‘optimum’ path forward. Could this explain not only the enigmatic Mandela Effect but provide us with a new understanding of time and space?”
I’d add that simulation theory also accounts for both the “physical” space-time of Dewey Larson’s controversial but compelling Reciprocal System of physical theory—about which I’ve written a great deal from both fictional and nonfictional perspectives—and its complement, the “quantum” domain of time-space.
From the perspective of simulation theory, we could say the Simulacrum is space-time, while what gives rise to this realm is the “Motherboard” of time-space. One could also flip these and consider the dynamic in the inverse.
Regardless, the two inextricably linked domains create a kind of unified field in which one system gives rise to another.
“But,” those unable to stomach simulation theory will say, “there’s NO WAY none of this is real. How is that even scientifically achievable?”
It’s just this type of uninformed and unimaginative question to which Geraint Lewis, professor of astrophysics at the University of Sydney, is responding to in his 2012 article “Alert: You May Be Living in a Simulated Universe” when he writes,
We are always limited by the power of computing, but as computers get bigger and faster, so does the detail within our synthetic universes.
But let’s imagine a time in the future, a time when computers are powerful enough to fully simulate a human brain, with its vast array of interconnected neurons.
These neurons obey the laws of physics, and fire as their chemical balances change. Thoughts would echo around this synthetic brain, with electrical signals coursing backwards and forwards.
Not being a philosopher, I will ignore the (seemingly endless) debates about free will and consciousness, but if you take a purely mechanical view of the human brain, the synthetic brain will be as “alive” as the organic brain that made it.
In 2016 I was given permission to republish an excellent overview of simulation theory by the great Jon Rappoport, who cites a study (also from 2012) from Bonn University when he explains,
The study proposes that cosmic rays undergo a strange energy shift. The energies are “re-fitted” to align with an underlying pattern or lattice. There is only one proper fit; no exceptions are permitted.
If the lattice is, indeed, a basic pixel-like Reality we are interacting with every day of our lives, then we could be living inside a created artifice.
Put this description alongside the hypothesis that the universe is a hologram: lines of code inscribed on a two-dimensional surface deliver instructions on how the lattice is built, and what its properties are.
In other words, the software which holographically projects the universe includes the exact structure of the lattice.
Then, by the rules of the game, energies which don’t automatically plug into the lattice framework precisely as they’re supposed to are “snapped to” a correct fit, as Mike Adams (Natural News) has suggested.
Mike has made the analogy to a television picture, which consists of pixels that have their own dimensions and structure. So if we imagine an all-encompassing “television picture,” this would be the lattice-controlled reality we live in.
Adams, with whom I have many issues, nevertheless manages to hit the nail on the head in this instance when he observes, “Our universe, it turns out, is digital, not analog. Heck, even your DNA is digital, not analog. You are a digitized physical being imbued with a non-material consciousness that transcends this physical simulation.”
Even bestselling science author Gregg Braden has recently been willing to consider the mounting evidence supporting simulation theory in such viral videos as …
I trust that, at the very least, the foregoing has provided you with enough background so that when Jason describes our world in terms of simulated holography, you realize he isn’t just blowing the proverbial smoke up our collective fundaments.
The world may very well be just what he claims it to be: a Simulacrum on an epic scale.
In such a scenario, as Jason never tires of pointing out, many things, especially contradictions, simply cease to matter: flat earth vs. globe earth, terrestrial vs. extraterrestrial, good vs. evil, conservative vs. liberal.
To which I would add, at the risk of throwing the “scientific” method out the window and pissing off a whole bunch of materialists (closet or otherwise) heavily invested in certain contemporary debates: viruses vs. their assumed lack of isolation and DNA vs. the alleged lack of definitive proof of its existence.
All of these seeming dualities are merely aspects of the programming, part of the Control Matrix that seeks to keep the Immortal Spirits (ourselves) currently undergoing this series of life simulations (enter reincarnation, now easily explained) from figuring out that none of this is ACTUALLY happening.
What IS happening, apparently, in one of the most mind-bending circle jerks imaginable, is that the Simulacrum acts as an intelligent medium that feeds back to us the very proof we require to sustain our own belief systems that inform our particular experience of the Simulacrum.
How else do we explain so MANY fisticuffs in which otherwise intelligent groups arrive at diametrically opposed conclusions based on “scientific” observation and experimentation?
Here’s where I started out with this logically slippery way of understanding “reality” all the way back in 2005 in CONSCIOUS HEALING (cue the haters for quoting myself):
Looking at the human body as a congealed thought, which at first may strike the reader as strange, is in the final analysis deeply empowering. Repeatedly, quantum physicists have demonstrated that a scientist always and inevitably affects the outcome of an experiment simply by observing it, a realization now universally accepted in the scientific community as the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.
Even more amazing is the paradigm-altering discovery that gave rise to the aforementioned particle-wave duality: the probability that the physicist actually creates the quantum particles he or she observes, since in unobserved states these particles appear to exist only as waves.
A fundamental and revolutionary truth emerges from this information: consciousness creates. As human beings imbued with free will, we can use the power of our consciousness to re-create our reality: including but not limited to a body, mind and spirit free of disease.
I emphasize “re-create” because, clearly, we already inhabit one creation. The world as we know it is based on the principle of duality. Another way of stating this is that a dualized or divided consciousness, one that already saw itself as separate from other consciousnesses, including unity or God consciousness, gave birth to the universe as humans typically experience it: a battleground between good and evil, light and dark, right and wrong, “us” and “them.”
But duality is not merely a philosophy; it is a physical state of being as well. The very atoms that make up our cells are founded on positive and negative charges whose opposition sustains a certain life-form. Years ago, Lipton coined the phrase “biology of consciousness” to summarize the transformational idea that living organisms, including humans, rather than being empirical givens, are actually malleable thought-forms. In other words, adopting a quantum perspective, we are basically waves that only cohere as particles through an act of consciousness. By changing our consciousness, we change our physical form and functioning.
So, does the holographic nature of our world automatically make our experience of the Simulacrum meaningless? Absolutely and emphatically not.
If we’re indeed running “life sims” like a species trying to figure out how to survive and/or evolve, what matters is what we learn from the experience, not what we are (or are not) during it.
While we can legitimately debate the nature of the Oversoul, or even whether there is one, and conjecture (as has Nick Bostrom in a manner that appears to have influenced Jason’s thinking on the subject) as to why humans might have entered a Simulacrum to begin with, what could possibly be the specific rationale for such apparent madness, one thing we cannot dispute and maintain our intellectual honesty emerges from the pioneering Archaix research:
History is manifestly artificial, contrived. This can only mean our world is artificial and contrived, too.
Some final food for thought: the backbone of Jason’s concepts doesn’t even depend on simulation theory.
The Phoenix Phenomenon is historically documented ad nauseam. Giving birth to a myriad of interconnected calendars and bringing death and rebirth to whole civilizations on a repeated basis, it’s as real as real gets here.
Which isn’t saying much inside a simulation. As Jason loves to point out (emphasis added), “This world is not what you think.”
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Sol Luckman is a pioneering ink and acrylic painter whose work has been featured on mainstream book covers, the fast-paced trading game BAZAAR, and at least one tattoo on a female leg last sighted in Australia. Sol is also an acclaimed author of fiction, nonfiction, and humor.
His nonfiction books include the newly released manifestation guide PLAYING IN THE MAGIC; the international bestselling classic CONSCIOUS HEALING, which you can read free online; and its popular sequel, POTENTIATE YOUR DNA, available in English, Spanish and (soon) French.
Sol’s visionary novel SNOOZE: A STORY OF AWAKENING, the coming-of-age tale of one extraordinary boy’s awakening to the world-changing reality of his dreams, won the 2015 National Indie Excellence Award for New Age Fiction.
Written with young adult and young-at-heart readers in mind, SNOOZE further proved its literary merit by being selected as a 2016 Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Finalist in the Young Adult-Coming of Age category and receiving an Honorable Mention in the 2014 Beach Book Festival Prize competition in the General Fiction category.
Building on this deep dive into lucid dreaming, parallel universes and Hindu mysticism, Sol’s new novel, CALI THE DESTROYER—a page-turner of a sci-fi tale set in an Orwellian future seeded in the dystopian present that radically rewrites Gnosticism as well as the origins of the earth and humanity—was selected as Winner of the 2022 NYC Big Book Award and 2022 National Indie Excellence Award for Visionary Fiction, Silver Medalist for Visionary Fiction in the 2022 Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Contest, Finalist in both the New Age and Visionary Fiction categories of the 2021 International Book Awards, Finalist in both the Paranormal/Supernatural and Fantasy categories of the 2022 IAN Book of the Year Awards, and Distinguished Favorite for Audio Fiction in the 2022 NYC Big Book Awards.
Sol’s popular book of humor and satire, THE ANGEL’S DICTIONARY: A SPIRITED GLOSSARY FOR THE LITTLE DEVIL IN YOU, received the 2017 National Indie Excellence Award for Humor and was selected as a Finalist in the Humor category of both the 2018 International Book Awards and the 2018 Best Book Awards.