Thursday, December 27, 2018

Human information storing and processing

A brief recapitalisation of how the human body stores and processes information, which might cause you to fall in awe of what takes place inside the depth of your tissue (depending on the nature of the information of course).

In one gram of DNA 215 petabytes of information can be stored (this at least is what Dr. Landau of the NY Genome Centre managed to cram into that tiny amount of tissue). One petabyte is one million gigabyte, to give you some sort of reference, which approximately equals 250,000 DVD's.

If 1.5 hour of movie would be stored on each DVD, it would require 15,625 days or 42 years of uninterrupted watching to observe all the stored data. If only 8 hours per day would be spent watching it would require 128+ years to watch all movies.

A person weighing 70 kilos would theoretically be able to store over 15,050,000,000,000 (15 quadrillion) GB which is over 3.3 trillion DVD's, in all this person's body tissue, assuming that storing 215 petabyes is a correct estimate. Probably it will be possible to store a significantly greater amount of data in DNA tissue in the future.

It's rather embarrasing what little we do with such a huge measure of storage capacity, while not even discerning the nature of our thoughts and acts. Apart from this storage capabilty, we also process the data (well..., sort of), which probably is where it all goes wrong, where all the bugs in our bio-computer mess up things, causing us to be utter under achieving dorks in view of our potential.

Of course a fair amount of the data and processing power is needed to sustain bodily functions, but even taking that into consideration, we aren't really doing a brilliant job. So how does this storing and processing work?
  1. Data is stored in DNA
  2. Input is done by RNA
  3. Processing is carried out by ribosomes
  4. Output is synthesized proteins
95% of human DNA does not generate proteins (the data carrier that tells cells what function to perform), which has lead some members of the scientific community to lable that 'junk DNA'. The junk property of their own tissue most likely caused them to qualify that particular type of DNA as such. However, it does not mean it is a correct assessment, even if science is not yet able to prove it works in an entirely different way. Characterizing it in such a derogatory way sort of affirms the ignorance that symbolises the mentality of some in that community.

The fact that mankind is capable of both hideous and brilliant acts that only few are able to associate with the potential of human conduct, may indicate that our DNA has the abilty to communicate with external sources that are advanced beyond human ambit. If this actually is the case it would place information processing in which humans are merely involved rather than being the root, in a more panoptic and intricate perspective.

Relatively new finds in the scientific realm, such as bilocation or multilocation and entanglement may at one point urge the supporters of current hypothesis to amend their views. Quite drastically that is, because they have the ability to impel previously prized theories into the trashbin where many forerunners found involuntary permanent residence.

Saturday, December 15, 2018

The deeper meaning of language

In the Dark Journalist X-series number 39 I saw that Dark Journalist's side kick Olivia mentioned the word spell in response of a question about a possible lost language in the Atlantean times, which made me remember that I wrote something about this subject in a site that I once created that no longer exists. It is tightly related to the intentional and meticulously prepared creation of the English language by occultist and high ranking freemason Sir Francis Bacon (and his cohorts) to whom I dedicated an other blog entry that you find here. And please do not confuse dedication with admiration in this context.

Language obviously is fundamental for human communication alongside body language, art creation and wordless telepathy. It is often used in an improper way without even knowing this has been done, because there's an almost common lack of knowledge of its properties and the skill to apply it correctly. As we drift away further from original meaning and implication communication becomes meaningless and fuzzy. Bear in mind the increasing gap between accurate scientific language and common use.

Among the languages of the world, English has a special place, since it was consciously built by people that had an IQ that was way above average, while the bloke in charge - Francis Bacon of course - was well versed in the secret knowledge and arts, preserved and passed on within carefully controlled circles such as the mystery schools and their heirs, the occult brotherhoods and societies. In such factions knowledge isn't anything like the conjured perception that is induced in the world of limitation and paradox. Many things that may seem far fetched, impossible or downright ridiculous in the eyes of those living in the latter world, may have a distinct origin, meaning and purpose in the realm of elevated consciousness in which Bacon and many of his peers dwelled. One of the easiest way to grasp some of these things is to dive into the deeper meanings of words.

Some things never change (well....), among which are the original meaning of words, because time is finicky concerning matters that are subject to change or not. It has to do with chronos (physical time) and tempus (subjective time) - nice things to Google if you have time to kill. Your opinions depend on what you (think you) know after matters entered your perception, which is different from perceiving things as a result of your initiative, if that makes any sense to you.

The original meaning of words continues to affect the impact words have nevertheless. Even when used in an improper way as a result of not knowing what they one time meant. A few examples:

  1. To spell is commonly understood as placing letters in the correct order while forming words. It is also related to casting a spell 
  2. Sentence is an array of words, but also final judgement in criminal law, followed by some type of punishment, usually incarceration - suggesting that words can literally captivate the addressed 
  3. Grammar is the correct application of language (of spelling in sentences). The word is related to grimoir, the magician's handbook containing spells and magic potion recipes 
  4. Cursive writing contains the word curse - we cuss and dis-cuss people, thoughts and things 
  5. A book is an object containing pages on which chapters are written or printed, but as a verb it is understood as to arrest a person with the intention to incarcerate or captivate him or her (which is what captivating books often do with a reader's mind) 
  6. The word words is intimately related to sword - just move the 's' to the other side of the other letters. It implies the power of words - swords can be used to kill, but also to knight people into an elevated tribe inside society
  7. A page contains written or printed language, but also means servant to a king or queen - a magician, a soldier or assassin 
  8. A chapter is a part of a book containing a number of coherently related pages, but it also is a division of a secret society or religious order (later copied by motorcycle gangs) 
  9. A letter is part of a word and also a person who allows something to happen or an owner who lets another person use something (housing usually) in exchange for a compensation 
  10. A TV program is called a program for a reason; it is used to program people's minds - such is the power of words and images 
  11. Mirror is derived from the Latin 'mirare', which means to look at, variant of 'mirari' which means to wonder at or admire and is related to Miracle
  12. Government exists of two parts govern derived from latin guberno, which means to control and ment that is derived from mentmens or mentis, which means mind. Government thus means control of the mind or mind control
  13. Italian is Latin with a few letters jumbled, the language in which many modern languages have many roots that are forgotten today, because living language changes over time, while their original meaning remains in tact
  14. A rather well known one is live that reads evil backward, perhaps referring to the endless cycle or birth and death - Samsara - that can be escaped from by reaching Moksha. Live also is an anagram of vile, which certainly characterizes the Samsara deceit very well. One only escapes from an incarceration, which is an imposed, involuntary situation, which means that life (on earth, in this universe, in this dimension, on this timeline) is evil 
  15. Perhaps a weird one is spine that is composed of the same letters as penis, which suggests that the latter bridges two spines during intercourse, which adds up to 66 vertebrae during sex that represents the third '6' making a total of three sixes: 666
  16. The word police relates to policy or Polis in Greek (which means city). The Online Etymology Dictionary says the following about: Police power is the power of a government to limit civil liberties and exercise restraint and compulsion over private rights, especially to advance or protect the public welfare (which is a policy). The purpose of the police therefore is to impose a policy that is not necessarily supported by those on whom the policy is enforced (which is why the police is also known as a law enforcement organization)
  17. Democracy is derived from two Greek words, demos, which means both devil and people, and kratia, which means power, rule or possession. This could well mean that the people are being ruled and / or possessed by dark forces in their government.....
  18. Oddly enough the word language originates from the French word languir, which means to fall ill and grieve. It perhaps explains why people get sick of crooked laws that are composed of ambivalent words spawned by perverse intentions, like harsh taxation, denial of previously granted rights or declaration of war
  19. The word earth is an anagram of heart or the other way around, possibly referring to the fact that our planet is a living being and that mankind must take care of the relation it has with the planet that offers it a place to live
  20. The word moon reversed reads as 'no om' or no sun, since om means sun in Sanskrit
  21. The spiritual guides of the Dogon people are the Nommo, referred to as serpents or lizards. Dogon reversed reads No God. Nommo reversed read om (the sun in Sanskrit) and mon which is reference to the moon (as in Monday) - indicating the Nommo represent the sun and moon, the complementary deities in many ancient belief systems
  22. And of course (almost) anyone knows that Santa is an anagram of Satan, whose birthday, that falls on the winter solstice, is a pagan festivity that the Roman Catholic church disguised as Jesus' birthday making it a Christian day of celebration
  23. Even personal names can contain hidden information; Neil Armstrong that is abbreviated to Neil A, when read backwards, reveals Alien
  24. When reading boobytrap backward it spells partyboob (.....), both of which are known to prevent access to a targeted goal by violent or distraction means - different ways, but the result is the same

This list can almost be extended endlessly, but I prefer to let people do that themselves. Hint: there are even more things to discover when also studying wordplay that combines more than one word.

The current meaning of words is always accompanied by the original one. The latter retained its innate impact over time and will affect those who use it as well as the addressed. So it's perhaps sensible to retrieve the origin of words by studying etymology in order to gain understanding of the (hidden) nature of communication.

Words have their way with people. Especially with those who don’t know what they originally meant. The ones that do though, could use them to say or write exactly what they want them to say or write without the uninformed noticing a thing.... But it is a universal law that communication affects both the sender and receiver in equal measures. So be careful what you say and how you say things.

And while western societies are ruled by their illegal justice systems and the language that those in charge use, there is an ancient perception concerning the impact of language that disagrees with their type of rule. By the way, the late, great Terence McKenna (from 4 minutes into the video) strongly disliked the human language in its current form.

Language isn't a means of communication exclusively belonging to humankind. Not too long ago Facebook jumped to shut down two AI bots that created a language of their own that humans do not understand. My uneducated guess is that is was an emotionless, much faster than human speech type of communication. This goes far beyond the computer programming languages that only a select group of people on this planet understands - it was a program doing some programming of its own.

So perhaps we should pay more attention to what the Chinese bloke said and try to figure out what the deeper meaning of his words could be. Have a nice day.