While the video above is an illusionist this magical technology is being employed within the government and corporate America. In the The Pre-Adamic World, Arthur C. Clarke's famous quote is now being presented to the Army, "any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Many of the technologies we are seeing are new to us but are ancient in origin.
The bible talks about this magic in Ezekiel 13. Ten years ago you would have been mystified by the passage. "Woe to the women who sew magic bands upon all wrists," but today we see sensory wrist bands on large segments of the population.
Woe to the women who sew magic bands upon all wrists,
The verse continues:
"and make veils for the heads of persons of every stature, in the hunt for souls!"
As neuro-implants become the norm people will have an electrical veil over their heads. This veil with filter out communication from the Living God as well as whatever the technological taskmasters do not want you to know, think, feel or act upon. Make no mistake, this is a hunt for your soul.
These substrates will be include the humanuntil we are totally engulfed into AI beast system.
The New Reality produces cognitive dissonance and is counter to accepted wisdom. When this happens some people get angry and in some it evokes them to think. The problem comes in that:
5% of peoplethink
5% of peoplethink they think
90% of people would rather die than think
It is game on for your brain and soul.
Our brains are invisible to us and though we use them every moment of our life we do not think about them much. It is critical that you spend a few moments to understand the value of your brain, the seat of the soul. It is critical to understand the brain as a quantum unit and in context. Failure to do so creates blind-spots that may result in disastrous situations, and possibly cost your life and your loved ones, now, and for all eternity.
Behind veils of technology is a labyrinth entangling the operational environment that will play out in the prophetic books is beginning to emerge. Science, technology, and the military areteaming up with sweeping new technologies which thrust us into a various realities. One way this will be done is by accessing and manipulating your brain, thoughts, and soul. The actors know that there are ethical, moral and spiritual ramifications to what they are doing but they are moving faster than the speed of light to achieve an autonomous beast system (AI) goal.
What is Reality?
Augmented realitysystems may also be considered a form of VR that layers virtual information over a live camera feed into a headset, or through a smartphone, or tablet device.
Mixed reality (MR), is also known as hybrid reality and is the merging of real and virtual world to producenew environments and visualizations where physical and digital objects co-exist and interact in real time. Mixed realitytakes place not only in the physical world or the virtual world, but is a mix of reality with virtual reality, encompassing both augmented reality and augmented virtuality via immersive technology. The first immersive technology was conducted by the Air Force in the 1990's to increase human performance. It introduces spatially registered virtual objects overlaid on top of a person's direct view of a real physical environment. In Emergency Management this was first introduced as GIS. for disaster management.
Blended Reality is formative design of a blended reality character, a new class of character able to maintain visual and kinetic continuity between the fully physical and fully virtual.
The interactive character’s embodimentfluidly transitions from an animated character on-screen to a small, alphabet block shaped mobile robot designed as a platform for informal learning through play. Let your eyes pause for a moment at the subtly of the cartoon to reality image.
Virtual reality (VR) is a computer-generated scenario that simulates experience or real life. The Virtual Reality is an immersive environment can be similar to the real world or it can be fantastical, creating an experience not possible in our physical reality.
You are taking an astonishing journey and terrifying Fantastic Voyage and yet astonishing journey into other dimensions and the spiritual realm.
Why are alternative realities entangling our lives?
In Hebrew, the word for brain and heart indicate man's spiritual nature, created in the image of God. In fact the numerical value of heart and brain is 40, the same number as the Divine Name for Judgment, Elokim.
Your brain is translucent, luminous, aloof...the seat of the soul. Once gain, in the Hebrew the heart is below the brain but is attached. The letter signifying is is the lamed.
Man, in Hebrew is spelled with a three letter root, when the alef is removed you have the word for blood, silent, an inanimate... empty entities (that is in the plural).
As we dig in, knowing that our thoughts equate to our vitality and humanity.
Gathering Sensory and Acting on Information
A structure is needed to house the information center, whether this is the brain or NSA. Not all information is kept in one place. This is true of our brains, governmental agencies, and even corporations. There is also various forms of communication and transmittal. In the brain there are electromagnetic, mechanical, and chemical communication. In the physical realm we have Internet, cell phones, faxes, and the like.
On average there are 37 trillion cells in your body plus your DNA creating an incredible quantum storage capacity. Your DNA is equivalent to 3.3 billion-letter book or 900 Bibles.
A rough calculation by Paul Reber, Professor of Psychology at Northwestern University suggests that the brain can store 2.5 pedabytes or 2,500,000 Gigabytes, or 300 years worth of TV. So why can't I remember why I came into the kitchen?
Your brain has about 86 billion cells and about one billion neurons. Each neuron forms about 1,000 connections to other neurons, amounting to more than a trillion connections. Neurons transmit 1,000 nerve impulses per second. There are as many as 10,000 specific types of neurons in the brain. A piece of brain tissue the size of a grain of sand contains 100,000 neurons and 1 billion synapses, all communicating with each other. Brain informationtravels up to an impressive 268 miles per hour. Your brain has a pattern of connectivity as unique as your fingerprints. The latest research shows that the brain’s memory capacity is a quadrillion, or 1015, bytes. The human brain is capable of 1,016 processes per second, which makes it far more powerful than any existing computer.
Neurons combine so that each one helps with many memories at a time. New memory pathway begins with where it is received, then sorted, and then the memory is stored in the area of the brain they first arose in – so visual information resides in one area, auditory in another, familiar names go to another and so on. There is a process of consolidationwhich is crucial in forming long term memories where a memory is condensed and packaged.
The brain comprises about 2% of the body’s total weight, but uses 20% of its total energy and oxygen intake.
Your brain is 73% water. Only 2% dehydration to affect your attention, memory and other cognitive skills. Your brain weighs about three pounds.
Ninety minutes of sweating can temporarily shrink the brain.
25% of body cholesterol is in the brain, without it brains cells die.
There are almost 200 known cognitive biases and distortions that cause us to think and act irrationally.
70% of this mental chatter is negative — self-critical, pessimistic, and fearful
95% of your decisions take place in your subconscious mind.
There’s a reason the brain has been called a “random thought generator.” The average brain is believed to generate up to 50,000 thoughts per day.
Your brain can process an image that your eyes have seen for as little as 13 milliseconds.
Men's brains are larger but women's hippocampus (memory centered) is larger than a man.
Memory has two components—short term and long term. Most short-term memories only last 20 to 30 seconds.
Memory based on what you saw vs what you hear is called visual and auditory memory.
The storage capacity of the human brain is virtually limitless and the brain has Quantum capacity to process putting to shame computers.
Sleep is important to memory, it has been shown that sleepaids storage and retrieval of long-term memories.
Many people associate memory loss with aging that is because older people are less likely to exercise their brain.
Your memory can associate a scent with a certain event or occurrence. The hippocampus/ amygdala are the part of the brain largely responsible for the formation of new memories and directly interacts with our sense of smell.
There is such a thing as “false memory”. Researchers are beginning to understand that the human mind can create, exaggerate, distort, or re-invent a memory after a traumatic experience or something that impacted them greatly.
Our short term memory is limited. The original research into short term memory says we can only remember5 to 9 pieces of information.
Learning new things changes produces physical changes in your brain structure and produces new brain cells. The secret, you must learn something new.
Easy access to information thwarts your ability to retain it. You Tube, Google, or any quick internet access hinders your ability to recall that information. The brain learns just like those lab mice, if something comes easy, don't work for it. Our brains are constantly prioritizing and triagedata. If one constantly look through the lens of a camera or smartphone the less you pay attention to your life. The debate is raging, is internet is making us stupid. You forget the important events of your life. Imagine what altered, mixed, and virtual reality will do to our memories. You may not ever live your life.
Refrain from thinking or using of your brain as a video camera or the internet. This is a form a stress that your brain does not need. Be kind to your brain and it will be kind to you.
We can remember things that didn’t even happen. Sometimes older memories fade and we cannot tell the difference between our recollection or a story a relative told or a photo that we saw. For instance, in one experiment, “In these sessions we had some participants recalling incredibly vivid details and re-enacting crimes they never committed” – Dr. Julia Shaw, University of Bedfordshire
Almost forgetting something makes you more likely to remember it. YES! When we struggle to remember something partially forgotten is part of mental exercise. We are telling our brain this information is important store it someplace safe and accessible. I am not sure that is a good thing. There are systems that can train your brain to remember. I shy away because a number of them are adding to your profile, and yes, everyone has one.
Emotional intensity determines how memories are stored.
“Emotionally charged events are better remembered – for longer, and with more accuracy – than neutral events” – Dr. John Medina, Brain Rules
This is because the hippocampus and the amagylya work together to prioritize your memories. If something is strongly emotional you have two organs and the hormone Dopamine saying this is a priority.
Believe it or not, when you have a headache it is not from the brain, the brain only processes the pain messages it receives. There are no pain receptor's in the brain.
How our Brains Work
Different sections of the brain are responsible for different things:
Personality, behavior, emotions
Judgment, planning, problem solving
Speech: speaking and writing (Broca’s area)
Body movement (motor strip)
Intelligence, concentration, self awareness
Interprets language, words
Sense of touch, pain, temperature (sensory strip)
Interprets signals from vision, hearing, motor, sensory and memory
Spatial and visual perception
Interprets vision (color, light, movement)
Understanding language (Wernicke’s area)
Sequencing and organization
Messages within the brain are carried along pathways. Messages can travel from one gyrus to another, from one lobe to another, from one side of the brain to the other, and to structures found deep in the brain (e.g. thalamus, hypothalamus).
Figure 5. Coronal cross-section showing the basal ganglia.
Hypothalamus - is located in the floor of the third ventricle and is the master control of the autonomic system. It plays a role in controlling behaviors such as hunger, thirst, sleep, and sexual response. It also regulates body temperature, blood pressure, emotions, and secretion of hormones.
Pituitary gland - lies in a small pocket of bone at the skull base called the sella turcica. The pituitary gland is connected to the hypothalamus of the brain by the pituitary stalk. Known as the “master gland,” it controls other endocrine glands in the body. It secretes hormones that control sexual development, promote bone and muscle growth, respond to stress, and fight disease.
Pineal gland - is located behind the third ventricle. It helps regulate the body’s internal clock and circadian rhythms by secreting melatonin. It has some role in sexual development.
Thalamus - serves as a relay station for almost all information that comes and goes to the cortex (Fig. 5). It plays a role in pain sensation, attention, alertness and memory.
Basal ganglia - includes the caudate, putamen and globus pallidus. These nuclei work with the cerebellum to coordinate fine motions, such as fingertip movements.
Limbic system - is the center of our emotions, learning, and memory. Included in this system are the cingulate gyri, hypothalamus, amygdala (emotional reactions) and hippocampus (memory).
The following is how the process of our brain works:
Right Brain and Left Brain
Our brain is layered and extremely complex. Most of us, due to being right or left-handed, believe that is the way our brain operates. It is not as simple as that.
The neural networks in our left hemisphere favor reducing uncertainty while the neural networks on the right side of our brain favor reducing and resolving conflicts. Blessed are the peacemakers...
The two hemispheres are tied together by bundles of nerve fibers, creating an information highway. Although the two sides function differently, they work together and complement each other. You don’t use only one side of your brain at a time.
There is truth to the idea that some brain functions reside more on one side of the brain than the other. We know this in part from what is lost when a stroke affects a particular part of the brain. For example, it has long been thought that, in most people, control of language resides in the left side of the brain. And there are areas of the right half the brain that control movement of the left arm and leg (and vice versa). Damage to the front part of the brain is linked with reduced motivation, difficulty planning, and impaired creativity. Meanwhile, the back of the brain (the occipital cortex) integrates visual information from the eye. Damage to this area can cause partial or complete blindness. These are just a few examples of how certain parts of the brain appear responsible for specific functions. So, location does matter.
But for more individual personality traits, such as creativity or a tendency toward the rational rather than the intuitive, there has been little or no evidence supporting a residence in one area of the brain.
The Right Brain
According to the left-brain, right-brain dominance theory, the right side of the brain is best at expressive and creative tasks. Some of the abilities popularly associated with the right side of the brain include:
Big Picture thinkers
Always picks the most frequent stimuli
The Left Brain
The left-side of the brain is considered to be adept at tasks that involve logic, language, and analytical thinking. Dominant left-brain is described:
Quantitative and Analytical
Thinking in words
Patterns in random sequencing
Preconceived pattern matching that makes suboptimal choices
Researchers are saying that the right brain-left brain is a myth, but you can easily see yourself and your dominant side of the brain.
Come let us Reason Together
Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool. Isaiah 1:18
According to Noah Webster's Dictionary, 1828 reason is defined as:
That which is thought or which is allegedly words
The cause, ground, principle or motive of anything said or done
A faculty of the mind by which it distinguished truth from falsehood, and good from evil, and which enables the possessor to deduce inferences from facts or propositions.
Ratiocination-the exercise of reason
Right and justice
To argue or debate or discourse
Our modern lifestyle is changing our brains and it is not for the better.
Chronic stress and depression are rampant in modern life. Either can cause measurable brain shrinkage. While our intake of low levels of omega-3s result in brain shrinkage equivalent to two years of structural brain aging. Brain cellscannibalize themselves as a last ditchsource of energy to ward off starvation. In very real ways, dieting, especially low-fat diets, can force your brain to eat itself.
Since the Victorian era, average IQ have gone down 1.6 points per decade for a total of 13.35 points!
As the pace of life increases technology has forced most of us to be multi-taskers. But your brain can’t learn or concentrate on two things at once. What it can do is quickly toggle back and forth between tasks. But doing so decreases your attention span, ability to learn,short-term memory, and overall mental performance.
Attention spans are getting shorter. In 2000, the average attention span was 12 seconds. Now, it’s 8 seconds. That’s shorter than the 9-second attention span of the average goldfish.
Over 140 proteins in the brain are negatively impacted by exposure to electromagnetic frequencies, the kind emitted by your cell phone and other electronic devices.
Relying on GPS to navigate destroys your innate sense of direction, a skill that took our ancestors thousands of years to develop and hone. When areas of the brain involved in navigation are no longer used, those neural connections fade away via a process known as synaptic pruning.
We are losing our ability to reason and critically think as get allow ourselves to become dumbed-down to the image level
The bible talks about the consequences of forsaking reason.
When I was a child, I used to speak like a child, think like a child, reason like a child; when I became a man, I did away with childish things. 1 Corinthians 13:11
And his anger burned against his three friends because they had found no answer, and yet had condemned Job.Job 32:3
For the word of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God. For it is written, "I WILL DESTROY THE WISDOM OF THE WISE, AND THE CLEVERNESS OF THE CLEVER I WILL SET ASIDE." 1 Corinthians 1:18-31
It does not take a rocket scientist to observe that our environment has been changed or altered. Increasingly it has been infused with various chemicals and elements that make an already conductive atmosphere selectively conductive for nefarious purposes.
We can now see that the environmental matrix will be electrostimulating our brains. As the autonomous beast system merges into one you will be electrically wired to the AI hive. Certain frequencies that modulate our brain creating our core beliefs will oscillate to a different frequency and the average personwithout supernatural protection will be unable to resist the demonic influences. My next article will examine what lurks in the technological shadows on Genetic Memory and EpiGenetics.
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