Discussion in 'Φ v.3 The GREAT AWAKENING' started by david, Aug 30, 2016.
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Causality is not probabilistic.
Causality is gererative?
We generate cauality?
We make things happen?
We are "Reality Creators"?
And, as I recently posted, it does not take a majority.
Happened to hear an OAN clip today about Langan:
"The Smartest Man In The World – IQ 200 – Is Convinced The U.S. Election Was Stolen"
(See Article Below)
This led to Langan's Twitter account and a refreshing time today.
Yes and like so many models, as we change our models evolve. Now...if one looks at ancient Indian philosophy, popular in the Vedas and brought to bare in the Tantra, and in that incredible community of Kashmir that existed 300 years or so before Christ...we see consciousness as something that had a physical manifestation "Spanda". Spanda was the stuff of the universe that made consciousness possible (Chita), generated by Shiva and Shakti manifesting the phenominal side of reality. This insight was such that consciousness was a field of which we entered in our sentience, to become part of that which manifested in phenominal reality. We had the Tao of Physics which also tackled the understanding of the mystic and its parity to the complexities of theoretical physics.
I would say that one departure from these attempts to frame our consciousness and awareness within a field, or a process of nondiscursive reality, is when we design models that might demonstrate how consciousness works, but in so doing breaking down the distinction between model and process, much like a lot of work has been done breaking down the boundries between praxis and theory. Is the U shaped eye, a model? or is it how consciousness apprehends itself?
Sorry Rose did not see this.
I guess they are old links. He is hard to locate, I was suprised you found his farm. I will see what I can find, but a general google search is the best I can do for now. Its a shame those are all gone.
I will repost the CTMU PDF link: http://www.megafoundation.org/CTMU/Articles/Langan_CTMU_092902.pdf
And, I will mention that one of my wide awake learning timeframes last evening included the John Wheeler segment of the CTMU referencing the animation Brook suggested that serves as promotional logo for this thread:
"The Future of Reality Theory According to John Wheeler In 1979, the celebrated physicist John Wheeler, having coined the phrase “black hole”, put it to good philosophical use in the title of an exploratory paper, Beyond the Black Hole,8 in which he describes the universe as a self-excited circuit. The paper includes an illustration in which one side of an uppercase U, ostensibly standing for Universe, is endowed with a large and rather intelligent-looking eye intently regarding the other side, which it ostensibly acquires through observation as sensory information. By dint of placement, the eye stands for the sensory or cognitive aspect of reality, perhaps even a human spectator within the universe, while the eye’s perceptual target represents the informational aspect of reality. By virtue of these complementary aspects, it seems that the universe can in some sense, but not necessarily that of common usage, be described as “conscious” and “introspective”…perhaps even “infocognitive".
Continues on Page 7 of the PDF...