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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Ascension Energy Program Effects

I found Bill Kirkland through a friend of mine. Plato the guy who makes an herbal supplement that increases Virility and has been to China to make Flash Floods with Orgone technology,( by accident.) The Bio-resonance machine is designed to remove negativity and Karma. The potential application is for the Ascension process, You know that stuff that is supposed to happen around 2012; either tragedy or Ecstasy as ABC Sports use to say. Well, I went on the machine July 2nd, 2008; I was down on Canal Street at a Starbucks when Bill turned the machine on. The Bioresonance effects were immediate, it was like being put into an alternate space, where everything was silent. He asked me to see if I could plug into any negative thoughts, I said no.
The real litmus test however is over the long-term,that is an ongoing process. I have been to enough healers and had enough "peak" experiences to understand that often the effects are temporary and short-lived, like the DNA activations that I have done. I like to look at the manifestations in my life rather than how I feel. Well, the feelings have stayed fairly consistent in not being able to plug into negative thoughts; that does not mean I do not have negative thoughts, it just means I can't hold onto it very long; it seems to melt away after a period of time without any effort on my part. The Bio-resonance machine seems to have brought out the best part of my personality while allowing the negative parts to whither through disuse.
In an economic environment that you could say is a Depression, I have actually been doing better in business like 50%-100% better. Opportunities seem to pop up out of nowhere, synchronicity seems to be a daily event now, even in Satan's lair in NYC.
People seem to like me better and I actually and beginning to like them...well beginning let's leave it there for now; I may eventually be able to drop the self-imposed Black Sheep label.
Lately I have been gravitating towards a raw food diet just like John the Baptist,(as I eat my sausage Egg and cheese sandwich). Imagine that a cigar smoking, meat eating Massage therapist that considers a vegetable a movie prop is now surrendering to the obvious; that live food is the only thing that will keep us alive. Girls, did I mention the girls...Yes, I think the machine does work. When you move up in frequency and consistently stay there, Life takes on a new tenor and you will gain the Midas touch, sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly; energy is what we lack not ability or intellect. The machine breaks down the EGO interference, where you don't give a Rat's ass, about anything, Change, Depressions, War, Chemtrails, Martial Law, anxiety, ect. These things are put on the back-burner as your vision for a new way becomes clear, distinct and loud.
I, however are probably a bit more pre-disposed to believe in radionic technologies due to my experiences with Preston Nichols from the Montauk Project in the early 1990's as well as my relationship with Dr. Dean Howell, Galen's Hieronymus last student and my own work with making Orgone over the last 8 years.
I would say for a fair evaluation of the Bio-resonance technology is 4 months. The removal of negativity results in the increase in intuitive decision-making process which leads to healthy and beneficial choices which lead to greater happiness long-term. The process is addition by subtraction, without the internal noise, created by conscious, sub-conscious and unconscious programming, life will begin to work and fall together. I believe the most profound effects are the erasure of the deep programming that occurs in other lifetimes and parallel worlds. One of the side benefits is an clearing of the voice, the quality of the voice takes on a resonance effect usually found in competant singers and public speakers.
I dismissed the vocal improvemen as not being possible; since I have always had a somewhat nasal voice, which I thought was due to a deviated septum. To my surprise I was listening to myself on the radio the other day and did not recognize my own voice.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

The Internet as a Global Super Organism

This article is very long, I will supply just a snapshot. The theme that I hooked into, is the growing connectivity of the internet leading to some sort of Global Super-consciousness. This is not a new idea, of course, you have seen the Matrix films and there is Hal from 2001 Space Odyssey. Data on Star Trek, Next Generation, is a robot who struggles with replicating Human emotion. Whether we like it or not Man's consciousness is intertwined with Artificial intelligence. Bio-resonance machines are a response for Man in his attempt to combat the dark side of technological advancements. Machines can aid or hinder the progress of Humanity back into full consciousness.
I am not the first, nor the only one, to believe a super-organism is emerging from the cloak of wires, radio waves, and electronic nodes wrapping the surface of our planet. No one can dispute the scale or reality of this vast connectivity. What's uncertain is, what is it? Is this global web of computers, servers and trunk lines a mere mechanical circuit, a very large tool, or does it reach a threshold where something, well, different happens?

So far the proposition that a global superorganism is forming along the internet power lines has been treated as a lyrical metaphor at best, and as a mystical illusion at worst. I've decided to treat the idea of a global superorganism seriously, and to see if I could muster a falsifiable claim and evidence for its emergence.

My hypothesis is this: The rapidly increasing sum of all computational devices in the world connected online, including wirelessly, forms a superorganism of computation with its own emergent behaviors.

Superorganisms are a different type of organism. Large things are made from smaller things. Big machines are made from small parts, and visible living organisms from invisible cells. But these parts don't usually stand on their own. In a slightly fractal recursion, the parts of a superorganism lead fairly autonomous existences on their own. A superorganism such as an insect or mole rat colony contains many sub-individuals. These individual organisms eat, move about, get things done on their own. From most perspectives they appear complete. But in the case of the social insects and the naked mole rat these autonomous sub individuals need the super colony to reproduce themselves. In this way reproduction is a phenomenon that occurs at the level of the superorganism.

I define the One Machine as the emerging superorganism of computers. It is a megasupercomputer composed of billions of sub computers. The sub computers can compute individually on their own, and from most perspectives these units are distinct complete pieces of gear. But there is an emerging smartness in their collective that is smarter than any individual computer. We could say learning (or smartness) occurs at the level of the superorganism.

Supercomputers built from subcomputers were invented 50 years ago. Back then clusters of tightly integrated specialized computer chips in close proximity were designed to work on one kind of task, such as simulations. This was known as cluster computing. In recent years, we've created supercomputers composed of loosely integrated individual computers not centralized in one building, but geographically distributed over continents and designed to be versatile and general purpose. This later supercomputer is called grid computing because the computation is served up as a utility to be delivered anywhere on the grid, like electricity. It is also called cloud computing because the tally of the exact component machines is dynamic and amorphous - like a cloud. The actual contours of the grid or cloud can change by the minute as machines come on or off line.

There are many cloud computers at this time. Amazon is credited with building one of the first commercial cloud computers. Google probably has the largest cloud computer in operation. According to Jeff Dean one of their infrastructure engineers, Google is hoping to scale up their cloud computer to encompass 10 million processors in 1,000 locations.

Each of these processors is an off-the-shelf PC chip that is nearly identical to the ones that power your laptop. A few years ago computer scientists realized that it did not pay to make specialized chips for a supercomputer. It was far more cost effective to just gang up rows and rows of cheap generic personal computer chips, and route around them when they fail. The data centers for cloud computers are now filled with racks and racks of the most mass-produced chips on the planet. An unexpected bonus of this strategy is that their high production volume means bugs are minimized and so the generic chips are more reliable than any custom chip they could have designed.

If the cloud is a vast array of personal computer processors, then why not add your own laptop or desktop computer to it? It in a certain way it already is. Whenever you are online, whenever you click on a link, or create a link, your processor is participating in the yet larger cloud, the cloud of all computer chips online. I call this cloud the One Machine because in many ways it acts as one supermegacomputer.


The majority of the content of the web is created within this one virtual computer. Links are programmed, clicks are chosen, files are moved and code is installed from the dispersed, extended cloud created by consumers and enterprise - the tons of smart phones, Macbooks, Blackberries, and workstations we work in front of. While the business of moving bits and storing their history all happens deep in the tombs of server farms, the cloud's interaction with the real world takes place in the extremely distributed field of laptop, hand-held and desktop devices. Unlike servers these outer devices have output screens, and eyes, skin, ears in the form of cameras, touch pads, and microphones. We might say the cloud is embodied primarily by these computer chips in parts only loosely joined to grid.

This mega-supercomputer is the Cloud of all clouds, the largest possible inclusion of communicating chips. It is a vast machine of extraordinary dimensions. It is comprised of quadrillion chips, and consumes 5% of the planet's electricity. It is not owned by any one corporation or nation (yet), nor is it really governed by humans at all. Several corporations run the larger sub clouds, and one of them, Google, dominates the user interface to the One Machine at the moment.
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