Synthetic Intelligence

How do you know the difference between what is real and what is not real? How do you know the difference between what is true and what is false? The Ancient Greek word for truth is aletheia, which actually means a “remembering” or an “unconcealing”. The way to truth is always through the experience of what it is not. The distinction of any one thing, the definition of it, cannot become clear until we experience its opposite. This is just simple fact. You cannot know dark without the light. You cannot see hear sounds without the silence. They all co-exist, even if our mind doesn’t want to or can’t see their relationship.

To perceive the nature of reality as Synthetic is, therefore, impossible if we are not able to access the true, natural, and biological reality. Instead, because we do not see the contrast, we will just assume that the Synthetic is the real reality. Synthetic Intelligence is the intelligence that we believe to have, that allows us to understand the world that we believe we are experiencing, and believe we are experiencing as real.

The best way to understand synthetic reality in contrast to natural reality, is a to think of the tree. A tree has roots that reach deep in to the earth, and it has branches the extend into the sky. The entire structure of the tree is biological, and it holds a natural life force, both the dense energy we see and touch, and the rarified energy that is its auric or etheric energy field. The tree has a history, and life line, and a presence.

Now consider a synthetic tree. It has no roots in the earth, nor does it need to. It is only an imitation of the tree. It doesn’t have an aura or etheric energy. It is not born. It is created. It does not die. It can – possibly – be destroyed.

Synthetic intelligence is artificial when compared to natural intelligence. Natural intelligence cannot be taught very easily. It teaches by example, and it flowers as wisdom. Natural intelligence is the true marriage between experience and knowledge that can never be replaced or replicated. Consider a painter such as Van Gogh. No one can replicate his paintings, because they are expressed through his life force and experience, and his biological body. When replicas are created, they don’t contain that life force. Of course, to beings who only experience Synthetic Reality, and have been trained to ignore or reject the life force energy, they will not see the difference between fake and real.

How to Know You are in Synthetic Reality

Since it is impossible to detect Synthetic Reality or Worlds through Synthetic Intelligence itself, how do you know you are immersed in it? Well, you can’t know, because you are too immersed in it. However, you are able to feel it. Synthetic reality doesn’t feel right, and will never feel right. Something will always be off. You will feel as if life is a struggle, or has the odds stacked against you. Or, you will have already given up and pretended that you are small speck of dust in the wind, serving perhaps some higher power. You will either experience extreme confidence, or extreme distrust and uncertainty. You will experience life as something that you have no or very little power over. You will acquire most of your viewpoints, opinions, and behaviors from other people, or to please other people. You will usually avoid having to be alone for too long without some kind of distraction to keep you busy, like TV, internet, or other people. If you experience creative moments, it will be something you do in private, on the side, and you will usually find many ways to discourage yourself if you cannot find a way to use your creativity for fame, profit, or some kind of self-promotion. You will search for ways to be accepted into society, and will do what you can to change yourself in order to please as many people as you can. Generally, you feel that you have to be part of society, and loved by them, in order to have any worth at all. You are terrified of taking risks and letting any of this go.

Some people get swallowed up in this reality. Other people struggle against it, as if they have one part in this Synthetic world, and the other part in something else – something real, profoundly real, and deeply satisfying.

Synthetic Intelligence is Binary

Synthetic intelligence operates very much like a computer program. It is a binary program, but no one thing can 1 or 0 at the same time. So, for example, what you believe to be good, can’t also be bad, and so on. Synthetic intelligence interprets the world through a black and white lens, and therefore by nature it is either defensive or offensive. You notice this in the population when groups of people are pitted against other people. This is Synthetic Intelligence at work. People get caught up in it, and are triggered into taking one side or the other. Politics is the most obvious example of this.

There are more subtle examples of Binary Synthetic Intelligence. When we want something, to happen, like a picnic at the beach, and it rains, we get very upset. This is binary intelligence at work. We can’t imagine that there can be something good about the rain. We assume that sun is what is good, and rain is bad. This insistence that one thing is good and the other is bad leaves us with a very limited set of options on a rainy day.

This binary nature of Synthetic Intelligence is most often used in political propaganda, which is designed to create divisiveness and polarity within a population.

Synthetic Intelligence Generates Emotional Structures

Inside a Synthetic world, our emotions are contained inside Synthetic Structures, such as memories real or unreal, fabrications, exaggerations, and other dramatic fantasies of various kinds. Regardless of their particular nature, based on the individual, they are simply categorized, organized, judged, and either feared or loved, depending on their perceived nature. In a Synthetic World emotions are something we “have” and they can be defined in various ways such as anger, hatred, love, etc. Some are labeled good or bad in accordance with the binary system. Synthetic Intelligence becomes familiar with certain states that it identifies as love, for example. These states are like snapshots, many of which recorded when we were young kids. These emotional states that we associate with love then become the structure we use to determine what love is for us, for the rest of our lives. Imagine living inside a definition of love that was created by a three or eight year old. That is actually the state of many people, and why seemingly mature adults become almost childlike when it comes to romantic relationships.

An emotion like anger also gets packaged up in the memory stream as well, as something either bad or good, or something we should express or not express. In the Synthetic Intelligence, anger, for example, is something we know and understand on some level, enough to say we like it or don’t like, or that it is useful or not useful.

All this packaging up, and the creation of emotional snapshots is like a computer trying to figure out a poem. The truth about emotions is that they are communications from our body and from our soul about the current state of things at any given time. They aren’t meant to be packaged up, wrapped and delivered to the memory bank, to be served up as eternal definitions, like some kind of ratified law. When we experience emotions as they truly are, without the Synthetic Intelligence, we can actually experience them as messages from the universe through our being. We can watch them and feel them, as if we were in the middle of the ocean feeling the currents of all the waters. Being able to feel and experience emotions does not mean holding onto them. We don’t have emotions. We aren’t the primal source of emotions. The world is the source of these emotions. We are swimming in emotive movement, we are conduits for them. Unfortunately, we have forgotten how to live with them, like we have forgotten how to live with ourselves due to the Synthetic environment.

So, instead of observing, reflecting, and truly feeling, we allow Synthetic Intelligence to label, judge, and box the emotions away. We never get the messages. We never feel the great ocean. We feel disconnected and isolated. The emotions, if we feel them powerfully, become something fearful and awful, because we simply cannot box them up fast enough. Those who are very sensitive to the emotional nature of the universe, have the worst time of it. These are the ones who are meant to express the emotions fluently. They are the ones were meant to learn how to swim, and teach others to follow suit. However, when these creatives get caught up in the Synthetic Intelligence, instead of learning how to swim, they built enough structures by which they can sink themselves to the bottom of the sea.

Synthetic Intelligence Hides Inside Guilt and Shame

When you start to see the synthetic in the intelligence or world all around you, you can easily ignore it. When you know something is fake or false, it no longer has power. There are programs designed around creating guilt and shame that prohibit people from noticing the lies of Synthetic Intelligence. Many people cannot extricate themselves from the lies, and will not allow themselves to see them due to the guilt and shame that is associated with seeing the truth. The truth, in this Synthetic environment, is always the enemy. Why? The truth will set you free, but the truth will shine light on the fact that much of what you used to believe is false. In the Synthetic World, this experience of seeing truth is exaggerated by calling it “awakening” or achieving “higher consciousness”. It is treated as something special in order to make us believe that being awake is unnatural, and not the “normal” way to be. Programs of shame and guilt make you feel guilty for looking beneath the surface. It makes you feel as if you are sneaking around, doubting those who have been told to trust. You feel as if you are breaking a contract or an agreement with people and situations in your life. You become afraid to make a change in your life, and so you choose to stay in the prison of lies. What you don’t know is that, like all the other emotions, shame and guilt are Synthetic Structures that are set in place to keep you inside the false reality construct.

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