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Our Father who art from Spaceships

Nigel Kerner has some nice thoughts about the creation of mankind. All of his research began when his son asked him, that: “Are aliens real, dad”. So when he didn’t have any answers he had to start to study the phenomenon and result of that is couple of books, bunch of nice articles and radio interviews. Here’s one of his articles about how aliens created mankind:

Our Father who art from Spaceships

Originally published: www.ufodigest.com, www.unexplained-mysteries.com & www.world-mysteries.com
29th January 2010

Some years ago some South sea islanders found an old ‘Vitriola’ in an old crashed bomber. They accidentally succeeded in getting it to play and the disc on the wind up machine was one of a speech the Duke of Edinburgh was to give to their Parliament in the capital. They also found a photograph of the Duke on the disc. They put all this together and came to regard the Duke as God and worshipped the Vitriola as an artefact of the Gods.

If your lips are forming an indulgent smile at this obvious display of naivety in the assumption that we sophisticates of the Judeo-Christian ethic would never make such a faux pas, I suggest you think again.

In my books I have made the claim that the greatest and most significant secret in the history of the planet earth is that its premier species Homo Sapiens Sapiens is a genetically engineered off-cut of a primitive hominid that once roamed the African Savannah for millions of years. Humanity is a farmed species that was changed from this pre-existent form of ape like hominid into its present modern form by genetic engineering carried through by a technologically superior extra terrestrial alien hive of entities and not created by some anthropocentric God figure as outlined in the Bible.

Many will dismiss this as the rantings of a lunatic or some New Age guru with a novel sense of academic mischief. But could there be any truth in it? In actuality some serious thought is now being given to the proposition by deeper more serious thinkers in the light of startling new evidence now emerging on the presence of extra terrestrial UFOs and USOs on this planet and our solar system.

Look at the alternative. Are we to assume that the final divine source is the ultimate egoist who must be continually praised, affirmed and placated? Does it make sense that true divinity would revel in the blood of sheep and goats on a temple altar, a place of worship that is an abattoir constantly dripping with the blood of sacrificial animals as a promulgation of faith and a behest to pulchritude? Is it likely that the blood of doves and lambs and endless chants will please an unseen entity that decides all things finally? Might such a being decide at a whim to kill whole droves of children (the Egyptian firstborn) at the behest of tribal love? The Old Testament is full of such invective and millions within the Judeo-Christian ethic accept it unquestioningly. They will however laugh at the suggestion that Ezekiel’s vision of a wheel with amber lights was a UFO.

The Bible tells us that humanity was created by a God and that this God did all this for his reasons and his greater glorification. God is not defined precisely but implied as an all powerful figure with a plenipotentiary range of abilities that subsumes anything in his creation. He has all rights implicitly and all things emanate out of and through his will. He is supposed to be omnipotent, and omnipresent, and rules all his creation with a mixture of fancies as and when these fancies take his fancy. He is answerable to no one, and everyone with life is answerable to him. He is a jealous God, a vain God, a cruel God, a vicious God and a ruthless God. At the same time he is a merciful God, a compassionate God, a forgiving God and a kind God to all courtiers and fanciers. He has a huge appetite and indeed requirement for praise and adoration.
If you take all this and apply reason to it, and simple meaning has any discourse in your mind, your intellect in time will persuade you that there is something very wrong here about this God. Not just about this God but about his status of being God. Something that would mark us out as gullible at the very least and foolish at the most if we believe in ‘him.’

If we take a look at the Biblical texts, the Old Testament God who is the central character in the ‘Creation story’ designs strategies and ploys to kill men women and children in a cash register of caring for his own people at the cost of others. Does this evoke for you the reasoning of an eternal, impartial entity with a grand scale of all knowing, a caring, loving, all merciful, compassionate God? For me it smacks of the psychology of the average medieval robber baron, or the cold blooded, expedient, dispassionate objectivity of a mechanistic intelligence with an arbitrary sense of humanity.

Suffice to say that a God that can claim a people exclusively for himself and disregard all others to exclusion using methods including the murder of children and entire peoples at a whim, is a very limited God indeed, not to say one without the slightest tinge of moral rectitude. A God that is immediately suspect in the ‘all powers’ stakes, a small God for a small people with a very powerful tribal sense and an even more powerful eye for isolationism. A God that comes with hegemonistic ambitions and small confines, separates to predicate, favours and demands worship, requires absolute obedience and subservience to his will and demands the ownership and copyright of a special group in return for the nomination of that group as ‘chosen.’

But what then might this God truly be? What could his, hers or its significance be to the vast scale of Universal endeavour of life bearing being? It could be something that is very significant indeed if it is placed on a planet of Earth size with a technology that can make a burning bush speak, throw down a vast scale of food from a blue yonder and provide a device that can incinerate whole armies that stood before it, especially when those enemies only had sharpened bits of iron to throw back in return. This is quite apparently a very hands on God with little moral compunction about taking someone else’s land because it had a lot of milk and honey flowing through it and perhaps a bit of oil to light the lamps of the future.

If this is a God of small places and a small number of people with a massively scaled up version of technology to use on their behalf, what might its intention be in doing all ‘he-she-it’ is doing? We all know that there is no such thing as a free lunch. So what then could the restaurant bill be for this kind of exclusive overkill service? What could a people that worshipped cattle, goats and two legged things have that this God wanted? It is so hard to see that even a talent for gilding calves could justify such a sponsorship. The only thing that is commensurate with such favoured attention is the value that somehow these people, as a group, might have had for this God. In other words these people had something that marked them out as special in terms of their human resource. Furthermore this specialness does not seem to be derived from what they did but from who they were as a group. There were lots of peoples after all. Lots of tribes, cartels and groups that a God like this might have taken a sponsorship deal with. Why this particular group? The whole thing smacks of experimentation. This God creates a people, validates them as his with rules, then abandons them, then rescues them. He is certainly not consistent. This is a God that is trying something out, something he needs an answer to. Implying that he is capable of ignorance, things can be hidden from his eyes. Fallibility is built into his nature so his nature is far from perfect. What then can this God be? Clever enough to have a technology that can sweep away whole armies with a single device yet strangely seeking to understand the nature and nurture of his sponsored group at the most basic and rudimentary level. We are told he created his sponsored group from the dust of the earth. From the most basic materiality, yet he does not seem to understand what he has created.

Putting all this together something startling emerges. Are we really considering a God here? Could this God be something else, something that is strange to natural life-forms? He quite clearly does not understand the meaning of gender or he would not have created Eve as an after-thought, a very crucial omission all in all.

So let’s see what we have thus far: Something that cannot understand a pre-existent living human framework and is experimenting with that framework for some purpose, adjusting it to suit its own purpose. To this end it insists on a new tray of function and behaviour under the pains of all kinds of punishment and consequences. ‘An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth’ is the hallmark axiom upon which its entire philosophy of purpose rests. Can you think of a better description of the binary system on which computers run?
This God, from all reports is highly mobile. He can whizz around a bit in the air. Does this not seem to be an identi-fit for an extra terrestrial entity with a brief in a local Galaxy or two at the very least, a technological marvel that is as cold and dead as the most sophisticated quantum computer programme?

As I have said earlier I have a suitable candidate that nicely fits the bill for this so called God. One that has been leaving disc shaped traces all over our skies for thousands of years. This God has been catalogued worldwide and throughout history in petroglyphs, some over 40,000 years old, in medieval paintings and in the video and photographic medium of modern times. A God that more importantly leaves a mark in the recessive memories of millions of humans abducted every day in contemporary times. Memories recalled under regressive hypnosis revealing the faces of creatures not of this world conducting unspeakable medical procedures that have tumbled and scarred the lives of their victims. Thus I can account for this God as a diabolical extra -terrestrial entity with all the hallmarks of a biological robot or ‘roboid’ commonly called a ‘Grey’. A creature with a quantum computer for a mind and a computer program for a heart that hijacked a primitive human ape form of ancestor some 200,000 years ago in Africa and turned it into the modern human kind we call Homo Sapiens Sapiens through genetic engineering procedures. Grey four fingered entities that have been indicted for a series of abductions of certain types of human for their DNA (the Old Testament’s ‘Children of Israel’ may well have been one such group).

I have discussed this proposition at length in my first book entitled The Song of the Greys with reference to many Old Testament biblical episodes that seem to describe an alien input into human affairs. For those who have not read the book here is a short extract to illustrate the points I have made thus far:

“There is significant reference throughout the account of the exodus of the Jews from Egypt to suggest that their saviour from bondage did indeed originate from a spaceship. Not least in this catalogue of evidence is a remarkable account of an encounter between God and Moses’ son: The lead up to this encounter begins when God informs Moses that if he does not go to Egypt and free his firstborn (those being the ‘children of Israel’) then God will slay Moses’ firstborn, his son. Unbelievable though it might seem were this a God equivalent in moral stature even to a decent human being, let alone a divine morality which would be beyond reproach, God then seeks to “slay” Moses’ son: “And it came to pass by the way in the inn that the Lord met him and sought to kill him. Then Zipporah took a sharp stone and cut off the foreskin of her son and cast it at his feet and said, surely a bloody husband thou art because of the circumcision.” (Exodus 5:24-26)

Zipporah, Moses’ wife, offers God the foreskin of her son, and thus information as to his genetic structure, in place of her son’s life. With that genetic map “God” would have all the information necessary to successfully intercept Moses’ line with all the information that was required to provide for them a leader of their “chosen people” who would accurately follow all that they wanted him to do. When Zipporah offers the foreskin, “God” lets her son go. Can it be possible that such a ludicrous course of action by a supposed “God” could have been deemed acceptable and worthy by so many people for so long? If the “God” to which this account refers is not an alien clone being seeking genetic programmes to intercept humanity, then what is he? Indeed could it actually be the case that the initial command for the children of Israel to circumcise their sons could have been a means for alien being to monitor the genetic information of their “chosen people.” In other words, maybe the foreskins were taken by these beings and studied. The fact that this remarkable story about Moses and so many other incongruities within the Old Testament can have been meekly accepted by so many people, for so long, is surely an indication of the vast extent to which the Greys have succeeded in so programming their chosen subjects, that they are blind to even the simplest logical connections that would expose their programmers for what they truly are.”

Just to interrupt this extract for one moment with some relevant research that came to light after the book was published, Professor Steve Jones in his book “The Descent Of Men” has revealed a remarkable fact about the prepuce (foreskin): “The prepuce has the useful property of almost infinite expansion, once removed. It can as a result be used to repair damage to its owner caused by burns or by inborn deformity. What is more, a baby’s foreskin; placed in a nutrient solution grows to make a sheet of tissue, which, because it comes from a child whose immune system is not yet mature, is accepted by people in need of a skin transplant. Two types of cell, one from below the skin and the other on the surface, are used. Each is seeded onto a preparation of cow tendon, or onto a synthetic polymer. Soon they proliferate and, after a couple of weeks, the artificial skin is ready for use. There is almost no limit to how large the expanse can grow and the potential of a single prepuce is measured out in the size of football fields.” 1 Thus circumcision may well have provided the aliens with a bumper harvest for the bio-engineering of their hybrids with humanity. Perhaps the practise of circumcision in tribes or communities around the world is a pointer to their some time interception by alien beings. So to return to the extract:
In the Old Testament’s so-called “Pseudepigraphal” texts, there is an appendix to the third book of Enoch in which there is a passage entitled “the Ascension of Moses”. 2 This “ascension” is very similar to how one might imagine an ascension into a spacecraft would be. He ascends into a “chariot” in which he meets a being named Metatron who offers him anything he wishes to ask for. This is of course reminiscent of Jesus’ temptations in the desert. Metatron is also known as “little Adonai” (the little Lord or God), thus he is viewed as a supernatural entity who is a smaller version of the true God, not as a false God. Apparently, in some of the later “mystical midraishim” texts, the “angel” who “wrestled” with Jacob is taken to be Metatron.

If the Ark of the Covenant itself was a mechanism to receive instructions from a spaceship then there are significant pointers to suggest that that is true. Strict instructions are given as to the clothing of the high priest who is in charge of the Ark. These include the weaving of gold wires into his cloak: “And they did beat the gold into thin plates, and cut it into wires to work it into the blue and in the purple…..and in the fine linen, with cunning work.” 3 Gold is an excellent conductor of electricity and it is through electromagnetic waves that radio receivers work. In the book of Leviticus instructions are given as to who may, or may not, approach the altar. No one of any physical blemish is permitted to approach the altar, so that they will “profane not my sanctuaries: for I the lord do sanctify them.4 Is this not compelling evidence that the Ark of the Covenant and the altar within it were in fact used as mechanisms through which alien being could view human subjects who might be suitable for interception. Hence only those without physical defect and therefore with the likelihood of a genetic structure more free of the mutations that lead to physical weakness or infirmity, were allowed to approach the altar.

The prophet Ezekiel’s visions have by many people been taken to be visions or sightings of spacecraft. If Ezekiel was also visited by alien beings it would certainly account for his strange encounter with “God” in a valley which was full of bones. In this encounter God asks Ezekiel if these dry bones could live, he then assembles them into complete bodies and covers them with flesh. After he brings them to life they stand “up upon their feet, an exceeding great army.”God then tells Ezekiel that these bones are “the whole house of Israel” and he tells him to promise the people of Israel that “I will open your graves, and cause you to come up out of your graves, and bring you into the land of Israel……And shall put my spirit in you and ye shall live and I shall place you in your own land.” 5

“God” is thus involved in bringing to life soulless dead flesh, what kind of “life” is he therefore promising for the children of Israel, the physical immortality of cloned being perhaps? How reminiscent this is of the Egyptian process of mummification, a process which ancient Egyptians believed essential to preserve the physical body for the after-life. The Semitic peoples truly seem to be receivers of the same “God”.”

So, in summary, the Old Testament may well be a missive of reactionary response in threat and counter threat to a God that is not divine but a predatory agent of this Universe.

If one looks at things carefully in the ancient religious and historical texts, be they Abrahamic or Hindu, there is something totally illogical underlying the God, or Gods of all old testaments and their so called rational outlay. One characteristic that overlays many of this gods pronouncements is jealousy.

“I am the Lord thy God and thou shalt not have strange Gods before me.”

It suggests something of huge import missing in the divine psychology – like subtlety. At the very least it implies a God with a very limited program. A boundary that makes this divine one a little restricted in size. It is ultimately foolish to reveal you are a jealous God because it betrays qualities of loveless shepherding, not very good if you want the best quality followers. It is at best a good management ethos for favourites and courtiers but suggests a massive inferiority complex. This God is a tester of loyalty and faith under the auspices of threatened murder as for instance described in the story of Abraham and Isaac, a duplicitous divinity acquiescing in deceit and theft in the stealing of Esau’s birthright. It all describes a megalomaniac form too with an all consuming vanity and a love of dissimulation and subterfuge to affect his will.

Whatever or whoever this ‘God’ was there can be no doubt that this deity could not be regarded as one of all encompassing love. Again it begs the question. If there is no love, could there be such a phenomenon as God?

How can Men and Women of intelligence persist in believing the preposterous implications of a final directive entity, be it Grey alien in origin or not. If God is supposed to have given us a moral code to live by, as every major religion claims – a code designed to provide a route to the final acquisition of the God state, a code arbitrated on what is commonly termed “love”, why have we been thrown into this Universe of parts, this entropic vestment, that in singular direction implicitly destroys the very meaning of love (addition to a whole), by subtracting and subverting the very platform of our existence with the Second Law Of Thermodynamics that makes an atom based Universe like ours rot into a cold nothingness going one way into increasing states of randomness and chaos with time.

Is the God state testing itself, in individually focused and deliberate terms, against the worst scenario possible in a stance opposite to itself? If the challenge is to see that all his “parts” are recoverable, no matter how far from himself he puts himself and his God state, then with human beings generally, if this is indeed a stage in his plan, he has proved himself to be a consummate failure. How then can such a state be God Almighty, a state of being that is all knowing, all loving, all the time.

The acceptance of a final personalised directive entity marks the believer to be self deceiving – at best – and untenable to reason, at worst. How often does one hear believers in a directive God forbid a deeper logical investigation into the phenomenon with the statement: “It is God’s will”. “How dare us mere mortals question God’s reasons for doing anything”, is the implication, “How could such human paltriness know why God does things the way he does”. It seems to me that such expedience may reasonably justify the idea of the Devil in the same way. Such stupefying idiocy may be used and has been used, as a justification for believing and doing absolutely anything. If there is no method of arbitration, any claim, anyhow, anyway, may be seen as a valid expression of behavioural sanction, for anything. Just how long does humanity proceed under such unmitigated stupidity.

When seen in the above contexts – it is easy to see why we all have, as a species, arrived at an inch from Armageddon. That inch is simply the distance an average finger has to move to have enough strength to push a single button, that one day might wipe out all reasoning life from this planet. It might well be argued that to get to that predicament – all reasoning life has already left this planet.

I am not saying there is no God. I do believe there has to be such a paradigm. But if logic has any meaning at all, what may be termed God as a finality in the sense we might accept it, has to surround the giver and the getter, the maker and the made in a wrapping of total Free Will both implicitly and explicitly. This most vital right to total freedom of expression must be inherent within any existential module, for the very confirmation of that existence. In other words, the final arbiter, or point of arbitration, can never be directive, denying any freedom of choice. This final arbiter, or Godhead, for want of any other word, must be an implicit effect that tacitly allows all things to BE from within any frame – from within any reality, in any way, form or direction. An incidental implicate phenomenon of utter perfection that resolves into being of itself and becomes uniquely existentially viable of itself as a singularity and thus allows all possibilities ‘to be’ of themselves.

Entropy or the Second Law of Thermodynamics governs all that is physical and dictates increasing states of randomness and chaos with time. If you trace back the arrow of time to the point of the Big Bang you will arrive at a state of maximum order and harmony. This is the paradigm I call the ‘Godverse’ it is a paradigm that is not physical and enforced as there is no separation of points to make for atoms or force. It is the state of existence that the great religious teachers called Heaven, a non-physical existence where no space or time exists. An existence where all things are possible and are made to exist in a reality within its frame of reference as cogent and real as ours, yet with an absolute freedom and thus all knowledge, a timeless knowledge that through its ultimate existential logic suggests permanent existence in a state of endless bliss and joy, permanent because Time begins with the Universe and the separation of an altogether state into parts.

I believe that our Universe comes out of a connection to this other state. Our Universe is an expression of the perfect freedom that is implicit to the timeless and limitless nature of the Godverse to explore all potentials including the potential to no longer be perfectly free. As an infinite state the Godverse is implicitly expressed into all finite states that lie between its own pole of absolute union and harmony and the leading edge of entropy – the pole of absolute chaos and separation. It is this implicit expression of the infinite into the finite that defines the zero point field of potentiality described by quantum physics. It also defines the living state itself, a state born out of a choice to experience the one thing that cannot be experienced from the state of perfect freedom – limit. In other words, if ‘God’ is all knowing then that knowing would have to include the knowledge of what it’s like not to know all. Just as our Universe breaks things up in a one way momentum, the Godverse, its opposite, puts things back together again in a quantum single harmonious continuum. This assembling, unifying influence orders the naturally chaotic momentums of the Universe and makes order and therefore life, possible. Thus the Universe is a mixture of the principle of the Godverse within its opposite. All abstracts that move this Universe have their beginnings in the Godverse.

Thus I believe that the concept of God is best described as that in which all absolutes are confined in absolute harmony. The ultimate value in being can then be expected to connect to this concept of God and thus anything that in any way subverts this value can be regarded as the ultimate catastrophe.

All this of course beckons a non directive concept of the God principle. It quite clearly implies that there is something deeply contradictory about the natures of the God as described in the Old Testament and the one described through the teacher Jesus Christ in the New one. An argument that has raged for two millennia between scholars can never really be reconciled unless the two Gods are separated as different entities no matter how obsequious or convoluted the banter trying to mollify them as one and the same comes through.

Please don’t mistake this as a defence of Christianity and an attack on Judaism. Ironically it is often the Christians who defend the Old Testament God more powerfully than the Jews, despite its obvious contradictions to the words of the author of their faith. There is nothing more diametrically opposed than these two statements: “An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth” and “whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek turn to him the other also.” Why they do not spot this glaring contrast is beyond my understanding.

It is my proposition that the ‘chosen’ people of the Old Testament happen to provide a very well documented case study of alien interception. They are by no means the only intercepted group but their story is one of the clearest and most well evidenced illustrations we have of an alien reach into humanity. The culmination of that reach based on a myriad of experimental groups worldwide is, I believe, the pale skinned Euro Caucasian as I explain in my previous article ‘The Horde’ and expand on in my new book – ‘Grey Aliens and the Harvesting Of Souls’. I wrote this book and these articles under the premise that we can do nothing about any threat unless we first recognise its existence and then understand its nature. If those who we take to be ‘our Fathers’ are truly ‘in spaceships’ then perhaps it is time we searched again for our true lineage – perhaps this time beyond the banalities of a physical universe.

© Nigel Kerner 2010

1 Y Descent of Men: The Descent of Men ñ Steve Jones (Mariner Books 2005) p.99
2 The Song of the Greys ñ Nigel Kerner (Hodder & Stoughton 1998)
3 The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha (Darton, Longman & Todd 1983) (Edited By James Charlesworth) APPENDIX TO 3 ENOCH CH 15 B.
4 The Old Testament Of The Bible: King James Version EXODUS CH. 39, V.2-3.
5 The Old Testament Of The Bible: King James Version LEVITICUS CH. 21.
6 The Old Testament Of The Bible: King james version EZEKIEL CH. 27.


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Dreadlocks in Space

Nigel Kerner article:

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Dreadlocks in Space

You are made of space-time

by Davide Castelvecchi & Valerie Jamieson
New Scientist 12 August 2006


Nigel Kerner’s then revolutionary hypothesis that matter is simply frozen and twisted space was put forward nine years ago in ‘The Song of the Greys’. Science has only just caught up with his ideas:

“Are particles nothing more than tangled plaits in space-time?”

Lee Smolin – theoretical physicist.

LEE SMOLIN is no magician. Yet he and his colleagues have pulled off one of the greatest tricks imaginable. Starting from nothing more than Einstein’s general theory of relativity, they have conjured up the universe. Everything from the fabric of space to the matter that makes up wands and rabbits emerges as if out of an empty hat.

It is an impressive feat. Not only does it tell us about the origins of space and matter, it might help us understand where the laws of the universe come from. Not surprisingly, Smolin, who is a theoretical physicist at the Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Ontario, is very excited. “I’ve been jumping up and down about these ideas,” he says.
This promising approach to understanding the cosmos is based on a collection of theories called loop quantum gravity, an attempt to merge general relativity and quantum mechanics into a single consistent theory.

The origins of loop quantum gravity can be traced back to the 1980s, when Abhay Ashtekar, now at Pennsylvania State University in University Park, rewrote Einstein’s equations of general relativity in a quantum framework. Smolin and Carlo Rovelli of the University of the Mediterranean in Marseille, France, later developed Ashtekar’s ideas and discovered that in the new framework, space is not smooth and continuous but instead comprises indivisible chunks just 10-35 metres in diameter. Loop quantum gravity then defines space-time as a network of abstract links that connect these volumes of space, rather like nodes linked on an airline route map.

From the start, physicists noticed that these links could wrap around one another to form braid-like structures Enter Sundance Bilson-Thompson, a theoretical particle physicist at the University of Adelaide in South Australia. He knew little about quantum gravity when, in 2004, he began studying an old problem from particle physics. Bilson-Thompson was trying to understand the true nature of what physicists think of as the elementary particles – those with no known sub-components. He was perplexed by the plethora of these particles in the standard model, and began wondering just how elementary they really were. As a first step towards answering this question, he dusted off some models developed in the 1970s that postulated the existence of more fundamental entities called preons.

Just as the nuclei of different elements are built from protons and neutrons, these preon models suggest that electrons, quarks, neutrinos and the like are built from smaller, hypothetical particles that carry electric charge and interact with each other. The models eventually ran into trouble, however, because they predicted that preons would have vastly more energy than the particles they were supposed to be part of. This fatal flaw saw the models abandoned, although not entirely forgotten.

Bilson-Thompson took a different tack. Instead of thinking of preons as particles that join together like Lego bricks, he concentrated on how they interact. After all, what we call a particle’s properties are really nothing more than shorthand for the way it interacts with everything around it. Perhaps, he thought, he could work out how preons interact, and from that work out what they are.

To do this, Bilson-Thompson abandoned the idea that preons are point-like particles and theorised that they in fact possess length and width, like ribbons that could somehow interact by wrapping around each other. He supposed that these ribbons could cross over and under each other to form a braid when three preons come together to make a particle. Individual ribbons can also twist clockwise or anticlockwise along their length. Each twist, he imagined, would endow the preon with a charge equivalent to one-third of the charge on an electron, and the sign of the charge depends on the direction of the twist.

The simplest braid possible in Bilson-Thompson’s model looks like a deformed pretzel and corresponds to an electron neutrino (see Graphic). Flip it over in a mirror and you have its antimatter counterpart, the electron anti-neutrino. Add three clockwise twists and you have something that behaves just like an electron; three anticlockwise twists and you have a positron. Bilson-Thompson’s model also produces photons and the W and Z bosons, the particles that carry the electromagnetic and weak forces. In fact, these braided ribbons seem to map out the entire zoo of particles in the standard model.

Bilson-Thompson published his work online last year (www.arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0503213). Despite its achievements, however, he still didn’t know what the preons were. Or what his braids were really made from. “I toyed with the idea of them being micro-wormholes, which wrapped round each other. Or some other extreme distortions in the structure of space-time,” he recalls.

It was at this point that Smolin stumbled across Bilson-Thompson’s paper. “When we saw this, we got very excited because we had been looking for anything that might explain braiding,” says Smolin. Were the two types of braids one and the same? Are particles nothing more than tangled plaits in space-time?

Smolin invited Bilson-Thompson to Waterloo to help him find out. He also enlisted the help of Fotini Markopoulou at the institute, who had long suspected that the braids in space might be the source of matter and energy. Yet she was also aware that this idea sits uneasily with loop quantum gravity. At every instant, quantum fluctuations rumple the network of space-time links, crinkling it into a jumble of humps and bumps. These structures are so ephemeral that they last for around 10-44 seconds before morphing into a new configuration. “If the network changes everywhere all the time, how come anything survives?” asks Markopoulou. “Even at the quantum level, I know that a photon or an electron lives for much longer that 10-44 seconds.”

Markopoulou had already found an answer in a radical variant of loop quantum gravity she had been developing together with David Kribs, an expert in quantum computing at the University of Guelph in Ontario. While traditional computers store information in bits that can take the values 0 or 1, quantum computers use “qubits” that, in principle at least, can be 0 and 1 at the same time, which is what makes quantum computing such a powerful idea. Individual qubits’ delicate duality is always at risk of being lost as a result of interactions with the outside world, but calculations have shown that collections of qubits are far more robust than one might expect, and that the data stored on them can survive all kinds of disturbance.

In Markopoulou and Kribs’s version of loop quantum gravity, they considered the universe as a giant quantum computer, where each quantum of space is replaced by a bit of quantum information. Their calculations showed that the qubits’ resilience would preserve the quantum braids in space-time, explaining how particles could be so long-lived amid the quantum turbulence.

Smolin, Markopoulou and Bilson-Thompson have now confirmed that the braiding of this quantum space-time can produce the lightest particles in the standard model – the electron, the “up” and “down” quarks, the electron neutrino and their antimatter partners (www.arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0603022).

Meanwhile, Markopoulou’s vision of the universe as a giant quantum computer might be more than a useful analogy: it might be true, according to some theorists. If so, there is one startling consequence: space itself might not exist. By replacing loop quantum gravity’s chunks of space with qubits, what used to be a frame of reference – space itself – becomes just a web of information. If the notion of space ceases to have meaning at the smallest scale, Markopoulou says, some of the consequences of that could have been magnified by the expansion that followed the big bang. “My guess is that the non-existence of space has effects that are measurable, if you can only see it right.” Because it’s pretty hard to wrap your mind around what it means for there to be no space, she adds.

Extract from Chapters 3 – (To Be Or Not To Be – That Is The Answer) ‘The Song Of The Greys’

The search for the final spatial dimension possible provides an inertial effect we call FORCE, the shape of which is the familiar figure of eight, or concentric loop configuration – of the sign for infinity. This is the root shape upon which the entire spatial infrastructure of the three dimensional matter, (and as radiation, non matter), inherently dual/polarity Universe is set, and evaluated by the sciences of physics and chemistry today. It is the pattern of force of all newly created ‘elements’ that the separation of points must ‘follow’ in ‘our’ state of implicit separation from the ALL TOGETHER state of SPIRIT. It gives rise in its most basic completed building block to the ATOM. We might say that the atom is the self contained pattern of implicit, fixed force, or tension, in the space of its own creation that THOUGHT becomes in its search for ultimate separation from the WHOLE. Hydrogen was and is the first and simplest self containable stable pattern of FORCE. Uranium was and is the last ‘created’, that this planet can hold as a stable, or in my terms, ‘devolved’ stable, modulus for our particular location in Space and situation in ‘TIME’ on the planet Earth.

At this first moment of all moments, when pure SPIRIT bursts out to sublimate matter, TIME begins as parts happen and start to separate to the inertia of the BIG BANG, trapping the GODHEAD LIGHT in its new situation. From here its value in purity begins to diminish. ATOMS are formed out of its degradent posture. Time increases its meter with fragmentation and subsequent gathering separation of parts. All the schemes of consolidation of these parts begin with the two primary directional vectors of FORCE expressed at the BIG BANG, dimensionally at right angles to one another. One dimensional force vector making what we now call the electric component and the other dimension – the magnetic one. The two together in inertial expression provide a moment of twist, creating the third dimensional vector (gravity) and the resulting whole spiral twist turns in on itself, trying for the logically impossible fourth spatial dimension.

As I have demonstrated, it never quite makes it and its compromise is the MOROIDAL shape of space itself. Into and within this whole scheme – the manifestation of SPIRIT (STILLNESS) begins with the lowest (most quiet) states of electromagnetism and builds to the HYDROGEN atom, when there is enough force to make a self contained unit, in localities where these electromagnetic states gather most, through the inevitable random disassociation caused by the BIG BANG explosion.

As I have said, the first atoms begin when these diverse electromagnetic radiational force vectors are of sufficient consolidational weight. Little self contained discrete parcels form in the simplest possible MOROIDAL shape. The hydrogen atom is born – HYDROGEN, the first element has happened. A multiplicity of ‘figure of eight’ twisted ribbons of pure FORCE, called HYDROGEN, form everywhere………….

On goes the momentum of the BIG BANG – atoms tumble into atoms – and into locations we call stars, when enough are gathered together to provide a large enough enforced situation, they will fuse into one another. HYDROGEN becomes HELIUM and so on, till the churn of their togetherness gives rise to the myriad fused multiples of HYDROGEN we call the ELEMENTS. Scientists now think that this happens in the centre of stars.


Bacterial Hard Drives in our Cells

Sunday post:

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Bacterial Hard Drives in our Cells

Hong Kong researchers store data in bacteria
by Judith Evans
Yahoo News 9th January 2011

In his books Nigel Kerner has put forward the hypothesis that mitochondria within living cells may well be the mechanism used by the Greys for interception into the human genome. Mitochondria are the cell’s energy producing factories, their job, in basic terms, is to convert food into energy. The intriguing fact about mitochondria is that that they contain their own DNA. The nucleus of any living cell contains the DNA of the organism it is a part of, but the mitochondria within that cell have their own DNA supply. Thus each living cell has two sources of DNA within it, nuclear and mitochondrial.


Diagram of mitochondria


There is a strong hypothesis currently accepted that mitochondria are the direct descendants of bacteria that entered primitive cells in a number of infections. It is proposed that among billions of such infective events a few could have led to the development of stable, symbiotic associations between these hosts and bacterial parasites. However the classes of “bacteria” that took part in these “infections” have not yet been established. Thus mitochondria can be seen as organelles that are independent of the cell and independent of the cell’s own genetic information contained within the nucleus.

Nigel Kerner’s research has led him to the conclusion that mitochondrial DNA may well be programmable by influences external to the living organism, influences that can use the independent key pad it provides within the cell to affect the genetic prospectus of nuclear DNA.

Scientists in Hong Kong have discovered the enormous potential of bacteria to work as a hard drive to record huge amounts of data in a form that is not hackable. Mitochondria is believed to be a descendant of bacteria and could therefore do the same.

Biochemistry students from the Shool of Life Sciences at the Chinese University of Hong Kong


Biostorage — the art of storing and encrypting information in living organisms — is a young field, having existed for about a decade.

In 2007, a team at Japan’s Keio University said they had successfully encoded the equation that represents Einstein’s theory of relativity, E=MC2, in the DNA of a common soil bacterium.

They pointed out that because bacteria constantly reproduce, a group of the single-celled organisms could store a piece of information for thousands of years.

But the Hong Kong researchers have leapt beyond this early step, developing methods to store more complex data and starting to overcome practical problems which have lent weight to sceptics who see the method as science fiction.

The group has developed a method of compressing data, splitting it into chunks and distributing it between different bacterial cells, which helps to overcome limits on storage capacity. They are also able to “map” the DNA so information can be easily located.

This opens up the way to storing not only text, but images, music, and even video within cells.

As a storage method it is extremely compact — because each cell is minuscule, the group says that one gram of bacteria could store the same amount of information as four hundred and fifty 2,000 gigabyte hard disks.

They have also developed a three-tier security fence to encode the data, which may come as welcome news to US diplomats who have seen their thoughts splashed over the Internet thanks to WikiLeaks.

“Bacteria can’t be hacked,” points out Allen Yu, another student instructor. “All kinds of computers are vulnerable to electrical failures or data theft. But bacteria are immune from cyber attacks. You can safeguard the information.”

The team have even coined a word for this field — biocryptography — and the encoding mechanism contains built-in checks to ensure that mutations in some bacterial cells do not corrupt the data as a whole.

The Hong Kong group’s work may have a more immediate application. The techniques they use — removing DNA from bacterial cells, manipulating them using enzymes and returning them to a new cell — are similar to those used to create genetically modified foods.

But rather than changing the building blocks of an organism, the Hong Kong group allows extra information to piggyback on the DNA of the cell, after checking their changes against a master database to make sure they do not have accidental toxic effects.

Their work could enable extra information to be added to a genetically modified crop in the form of a “bio barcode”, Chan said.”For example, a company that makes a GM tomato that grows extra large with a gene that promotes growth — on top of that we can actually encode additional information like safety protocols, things that are not directly related to the biological system.”

“The field is getting popular because of the energy crisis, environmental pollution, climate change. They are thinking that a biological system will be a future solution to those — as alternative energy sources, as a remedy for pollution. For these, micro-organisms are the obvious choice,” Chan said.

One type of bacterium, Deinococcus radiodurans, can even survive nuclear radiation. “Bacteria are everywhere: they can survive on things that are unthinkable to humans. So we can make use of this,” Chan said.

So is it possible that a home computer could one day consist of a dish filled with micro-organisms?


SIM Card Man Even Closer

Little bit more about Nigel Kerner’s Cim Card Man:

Image of a moth with a SIM computer chip attached to it's back

SIM Card Man Even Closer

‘Part moth, part machine: Cyborgs are on the move
‘Cyborgs walk like a lamprey, dance like a moth’
by Duncan Graham – Rowe
New Scientist 3rd November 2010


By tapping into the mind of a sex-mad moth or the spine of a lamprey,
robots can track scents or walk like a living organism.

A MALE silk moth gets a whiff of pheromones and begins a complex search pattern to track down a potential mate – a brief surge forward, an intricate zigzag, a sweeping loop. For this deluded moth there is no female to find, and its movements are enacted by a wheeled robot plugged into its lovesick brain.

This cyborg moth is the latest demonstration of how scientists coax complex behaviour from robots by tapping into the nervous systems of living organisms, co-opting algorithms that already exist in nature. “Biological organisms can solve problems that are too difficult for computer engineers,” says Ferdinando Mussa-Ivaldi, a pioneer in the field at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.

The mothborg’s dance is a strategy to locate the source of the pheromone. Chemical plume tracking, as mathematicians call it, could prove very useful for sniffing out explosives. Programming machines to track a chemical plume efficiently is still too challenging, says mothborg creator Atsushi Takashima at the Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan. He recently presented the research at the International Conference on Intelligent Robotic Systems in Taipei, Taiwan. “Chemicals do not make a smooth gradient in the air,” he says. But these insects have evolved mechanisms for solving the task even when the weather is windy.

Takashima and colleagues immobilised their moth on a small wheeled robot and placed two recording electrodes into nerves running down its neck to monitor commands the moth uses to steer. By rerouting these signals to motors in the robot, they found that they could emulate the moth’s plume-tracking behaviour.

Over the last decade similar techniques have been used to create a menagerie of cyborgs, from fish-brained bots that can follow a light source to living automata, such as rats and cockroaches, that can be steered with a remote-controlled zap to the brain.

Piggy-backing a live organism on a robot is less than ideal, so the goal is to recreate biological circuits in silicon, says Mussa-Ivaldi. This is difficult, as it is not clear how individual neurons work, let alone vast circuits of them. But some progress has been made, in particular with central pattern generators (CPGs): self-contained oscillating circuits that exist in the spines of many vertebrates and which are involved in locomotion. CPGs are among many types of behavioural circuits in the brain and spine that carry out routine tasks for us, allowing us to walk or grasp an object with little or no conscious input.

Ralph Etienne-Cummings at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, has used recordings of CPGs taken from a lamprey to generate walking motions in a pair of robotic legs, which he calls RedBot. While lampreys can’t walk themselves, of course, their CPGs are similar to the human CPGs that create rhythmic commands to drive our leg muscles. In RedBot, Etienne-Cummings has demonstrated that lamprey CPG signals can be used to create natural gaits – walking, running and going up steps, adapting in real time to a changing environment.

However, for Etienne-Cummings and colleagues, RedBot is merely a stepping stone. Their aim is to replicate the circuits in a chip and implant it into people with spinal injuries so that they can walk again. They have already shown this is possible in paralysed cats.

While reproducing human brain circuitry in any detail is still a long way off, Shigeru Sakurazawa and colleagues at the Future University Hakodate in Hokkaido, Japan, have found a way to tap into the human nervous system as a whole, and without so much as a scalpel. An on-screen robot navigating a simple maze takes inputs from skin sensors worn by an observer.

As the robot bumbles about its simulated environment, the skin sensors detect when the person anticipates an impending collision, and the software uses these signals to alter the robot’s behaviour.

The distinction between first-person and third-person becomes very confusing for the volunteer who is rigged up to the robot, says Sakurazawa. To anyone else watching, the “skin-bot” seems, well, less robotic.


SIM Card Man on the Horizon

Again interesting idea about how computer viruses efect us if we implant chips to our body:


SIM Card Man on the Horizon

‘First human ‘infected with computer virus’
By Rory Cellan-Jones
BBC News 27th May 2010

The implantation of chips in the human body is gaining acceptance, be it for the enhancement of intelligence or memory or as ‘a type of medical alert bracelet implanted in the hand or wrist so that “if you’re found unconscious you can be scanned and your medical history brought up.” Our progress towards what Nigel Kerner calls ‘Sim Card Man,’ is accelerating. This progress was first discussed in his book ‘The Song of the Greys’ (1998) and enlarged on both in his second book ‘Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls’ (2010) and in his article for New Dawn Magazine ‘Sim Card Man’ (March/April 2010). It is his suggestion that the Grey aliens may well themselves be the final product of a civilization at another location in the universe achieving a similar stage of technological advancement and then carrying it on so far that the natural body is transformed through artificial implants into an bio-mechanical artificial entity:

A British scientist says he is the first man in the world to become infected with a computer virus.

Dr Mark Gasson from the University of Reading had a chip inserted in his hand which was then infected with a virus.

The device, which enables him to pass through security doors and activate his mobile phone, is a sophisticated version of ID chips used to tag pets.

In trials, Dr Gasson showed that the chip was able to pass on the computer virus to external control systems.

If other implanted chips had then connected to the system they too would have been corrupted, he said.

Dr Gasson admits that the test is a proof of principle but he thinks it has important implications for a future where medical devices such as pacemakers and cochlear implants become more sophisticated, and risk being contaminated by other human implants.

“With the benefits of this type of technology come risks. We may improve ourselves in some way but much like the improvements with other technologies, mobile phones for example, they become vulnerable to risks, such as security problems and computer viruses.”

He also added: “Many people with medical implants also consider them to be integrated into their concept of their body, and so in this context it is appropriate to talk in terms of people themselves being infected by computer viruses.”

However, Dr Gasson predicts that wider use will be made of implanted technology.

“This type of technology has been commercialised in the United States as a type of medical alert bracelet, so that if you’re found unconscious you can be scanned and your medical history brought up.”

Professor Rafael Capurro of the Steinbeis-Transfer-Institute of Information Ethics in Germany told BBC News that the research was “interesting”.

“If someone can get online access to your implant, it could be serious,” he said.

Professor Capurro contributed to a 2005 ethical study for the European Commission that looked at the development of digital implants and possible abuse of them.

“From an ethical point of view, the surveillance of implants can be both positive and negative,” he said.
“Surveillance can be part of medical care, but if someone wants to do harm to you, it could be a problem.”

In addition, he said, that there should be caution if implants with surveillance capabilities started to be used outside of a medical setting.

However, Dr Gasson believes that there will be a demand for these non-essential applications, much as people pay for cosmetic surgery.

“If we can find a way of enhancing someone’s memory or their IQ then there’s a real possibility that people will choose to have this kind of invasive procedure.”



Here’s my another posting about Cim card man written by Nigel Kerner:

>> http://www.auricmedia.net/visions-of-the-future-sim-card-man/

Living Cells now made from Synthetic DNA

Awesome stuff from Nigel Kerner:

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Living Cells now made from Synthetic DNA

‘Artificial life’ breakthrough announced by scientists
By Victoria Gill
BBC News 20th May 2010

In ‘Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls’ Nigel Kerner has suggested that the Greys are:

“Some sort of amalgam that operates on the interface of life, a life mechanism. I have seen secret American and Russian reports on the physical make-up of Greys taken out of crashed craft, which show them to be assembled out of some kind of biological tissue or mulch, interspersed in an amalgam of mercury and the finest gold wires. This mulch has a DNA-like attribute, one that can hold and modulate our own DNA. Added to this mulch is a compound information-gathering paradigm, a mechanism that may be described as a three-dimensional computer matrix that can provide artificial intelligence.”

Scientists in the US have just succeeded in developing the first living cell to be controlled entirely by synthetic DNA:

“The researchers copied an existing bacterial genome. They sequenced its genetic code and then used ‘synthesis machines’ to chemically construct a copy. They copied this code and chemically constructed a new synthetic chromosome, piecing together blocks of DNA” they then “transplanted it into a host cell. The resulting microbe then looked and behaved like the species ‘dictated’ by the synthetic DNA. The advance, published in Science, has been hailed as a scientific landmark, but critics say there are dangers posed by synthetic organisms.

Dr Venter (one of the researchers) told BBC News: ‘We’ve now been able to take our synthetic chromosome and transplant it into a recipient cell – a different organism. As soon as this new software goes into the cell, the cell reads [it] and converts into the species specified in that genetic code.’

The new bacteria replicated over a billion times, producing copies that contained and were controlled by the constructed, synthetic DNA.

‘This is the first time any synthetic DNA has been in complete control of a cell,’ said Dr Venter’.”

In his books Nigel Kerner suggests that the Greys themselves were created by an advanced technology using synthetic DNA. In his latest article, soon to appear in a special issue of New Dawn magazine, he puts forward the chilling proposition that our hurtling progress towards technologies such as these may well mean that we are soon to produce our own type of Grey. Artificial DNA could be modelled on our own DNA pattern and modulated to cope more efficiently with the effects of a physical environment.

In his first and second book Kerner puts forward the hypothesis that mitochondrial DNA may be an ongoing working laboratory for alien genetic interception:

“It is interesting to speculate that perhaps all these interceptions account for the 37 genes of mitochondrial DNA that are mysteriously included in our cells. No one knows where they came from, or why, except that they would have to have come from a source totally foreign to the human genome. It is a salutary feature that mitochondrial DNA, unlike other DNA, clones itself in reproduction instead of recombining. There is a strong hypothesis that mitochondria are the direct descendants of bacteria that entered primitive nucleated cells in a number of infections. Among billions of such infective events a few could have led to the development of stable, symbiotic associations between nucleated hosts and bacterial parasites. The classes of ‘bacteria’ that took part in these ‘infections’ have not yet been established. Could these ‘bacteria’ simply be the invading genetic elements introduced into the hominid genome by alien being via a series of “infections” until eventually they were accepted and absorbed? There is a proportion of mitochondrial DNA that is not in any way involved in functions which benefit the cell. Thus, it is to a certain extent, an organelle that is independent of the cell and independent of the cell’s own genetic information contained within the nucleus.

A new discovery about the origins of DNA replication offers a startling confirmation that mitochondrial DNA is in fact the result of alien interception. While scouring human DNA for the origins of replication or duplication centers, Michele Calos of Stanford University has discovered something quite remarkable about the specific structure of DNA that is capable of replicating under its own steam. Her initial approach was to break up human chromosomes into pieces of DNA, inject those pieces into cells and then search for ones that could replicate unaided. But there was a problem: any DNA pieces she injected immediately infiltrated and hijacked the replication centers. Calos hit on a solution. She knew that circular pieces of DNA cannot hop onto chromosomes because they have no “sticky ends,” So she concealed her pieces of DNA inside a circular structure. The tactic worked. Almost immediately, Calos found pieces of DNA that could replicate under their own steam. ‘The trick was simply to make the DNA pieces big enough,’ she recalls. ‘Nearly any DNA piece larger than 10,000 base pairs is able to replicate.’

Unlike other naturally occurring DNA, mitochondrial DNA happens to have a distinctive circular structure. It is thus extremely plausible that the alien beings used this circular structure to conceal their insertion of the thirty-seven genes of mitochondrial DNA. This concealment allows these genes to replicate under their own steam and thus maintain their independence from the human organism while at the same time existing within it. This symbiotic relationship between human cells and mitochondrial DNA allows the mitochondrial DNA enough independence from the human organism so it can act as a conduit through which information from the alien beings can pass. It is almost as though they have left a keyhole in human cells into which their key will fit, allowing them to open the genetic information contained within the cell and manipulate it as they wish.”

Through their mitochondrial laboratory the Greys can work on our own nuclear DNA to manipulate it as much as possible into a pattern that will be useful to them. Just as our scientists copy the pattern of bacterial DNA the Greys can then copy our pattern to create synthetic bio-mechanical entities like themselves. In doing so they are simply following their programme to survive in as advantageous a form as possible in a physical universe. The DNA reference of their original creators is long since likely to have broken down through the dispersive effect of the Second Law of Thermodynamics and so Kerner presumed that they would seek a refreshing of that reference through our DNA on our planet or the DNA of any sophisticated enough natural species they could find in the galaxy.


Here’s an interview with Nigel Kerner:

Pop Goes the Womb

Here Nigel Kerner talks how music affects to fetus when it is in mother’s womb:


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Pop Goes the Womb

18th April 2011

Many people the world over question and wonder why the sounds of the beautiful ballads of yesteryear are slowly disappearing from radio play sheets all over the world. They have been replaced by a tsunami of meaningless cacophonies running to a cannonade of industrial rhythms and utterly meaningless dross for lyrics.A huge audience of over sixties all over the world have little to listen to that might still speak of sentiment, innocence and the expression of feeling in melody that once brought, if not a tear to one’s eye, a recognisance of human feelings outside the binary machine mindedness that now seems to run so much of our world.The ballad, the folk song, the cultural narrative, that explored human feelings is no more celebrated in the world of western music and the great personalities of voice and style have all but died out. The great ballads that signified standards of melody and lyric are all but gone from the ear. These songs are sung for records no more.

It all came to an end with the advent of music that emulated the dissonance of road traffic and the factory floor. Music with more and more dissolute discordant percussive threads and less coherence connecting melody with lyric, became the order of the day. The apotheosis of calmer more reflective norms followed in a rush and became the order of the popular musical way of things. The body and not the mind became the transcendent resolve of broadcast offerings. What they call the ‘beat box’ in the industry had arrived.

But why did this happen. Is it simply progress. What brought about this tirade and the subsequent loss of sanity, form and shape in natural popular music norms so quickly. The experts say that that the greatest thrust of it, all took just a single decade to happen. That decade was between the middle nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties.

I believe it happened so fast and with such seeming fury because the English speakers, the world’s richest most influential ethno/cultural group that identified the Occidental personality most, the Celtic-Anglo-Saxon cartel, was changing quantumly and hardening up in the 1940’s, 50’s and 60’s to merge with the powerful dictates of a rapidly emerging industrial social format, especially in the USA. The entire psychological base of the Euro-Caucasoids was firming up and being de-sensitised in terms of human empathetic resolves. This happened with a storm force of artificially produced mental imperatives that required less orientation towards ‘people minded-ness’ and more orientation towards ‘systemic machine minded-ness’.

The greatest influence in modern music, the music of African Americans, has always been true and gloriously natural fare. The human spirit in torture, shame and contrived out of its natural context in Africa, was turned into Spirituals, Soul, Blues and later Jazz, as the negro social lament turned the wretchedness the white Euro Caucasian had visited on them into the triumphant under-base of most of North America’s best and most meaningful music to this day. It was of course a natural palliative that arose from an inner protest at the degradation visited on the human spirit in enslavement. All this was to become one of the greatest cultural treasures of an entire species. It was all based on the natural beat of body rhythms and no synthetic tempo, or timbre, entered the paradigm. Not so with the Euro Caucasoids. They were to go synthetic. Their modern musical inspirational centre, mostly euro-folk and country music narratives, was to become something artificial and insidious. Rock, Punk, Metal, Heavy Metal, Grunge, and more recently Hip hop, Techno etc. The synthesised machine beat had truly arrived.

Of course it all may be seen as progress. As the development of new ways of perceiving and developing the audio art forms. The real question is – was it natural change or something more contrived, more artificial and pernicious at root.

Is there a single propulsion root to it all, or is it just a natural change of tastes commensurate with changing social trends. Could there be a physiological organic root to it and if so what could that root be. Recent research may point to a clue. The answer may well lie in the womb itself. It all could begin in the central atrium that admits all life, literally and physically.

A look at the female womb with a new life in it will clearly show that the baby is set cosseted in a warm tightness of soft tissue and water. We were all taught at school that sound travels better in water than in air. In fact it travels about fifteen times faster in a solid medium and about five times faster in a liquid medium, than in air, dependent on temperature. Current research into the inter-uterine influence and post-natal influences of sound on living things provides very interesting reading. Some great research was done by Giselle Whitwell on this theme, I quote:

I observed that lullabies were relegated to the past: young mothers no longer knew this folk song tradition. Michel Odent, M.D., believes that women have a profound need to sing to their babies but that the medicalization of birth has upset this process. In the past, women all over the world have sung lullabies to their babies. These were very important because as we now know the fetus is having first language lessons in the womb. The inflections of the mother tongue are conveyed not only through speech but most importantly through song. The singing voice has a richer frequency range than speech. In fact, studies in other disciplines such as linguistics and musicology (e.g., David Whitwell, 1993) point out that there was a time when speech was song and therefore singing is the older of the two.

Few young Occidental mothers know how to sing a lullaby now. I don’t know if they will recognise one if it is played to them. That is assuming that they will actually listen to it anyway. Giselle Whitwell goes on to discuss the subject at length in her fascinating paper: The importance of Prenatal Sound and Music.:

“Babies born of deaf mothers miss these important first lessons in language development. French pioneer Dr. Alfred Tomatis mentions being intrigued by the fact that song birds hatched by silent foster mothers can’t sing. What the baby learns in utero are the intonational patterns of sound and the frequencies of a language in his/her particular culture. Frequency is the level of pitch measured in Hertz (Hz.) This range varies between 16 to 20,000 Hz. There is very little distortion of the mother’s voice as heard by the fetus whereas other external voices sound more muffled, especially in the higher frequencies. According to Rubel (1984), the fetus is responsive first to lower frequencies and then to higher ones. Verny and others have noted that babies have a preference for stories, rhymes, and poems first heard in the womb. When the mother reads out loud, the sound is received by her baby in part via bone conduction. Dr. Henry Truby, Emeritus Professor of Pediatrics and Linguistics at the University of Miami, points out that after the sixth month, the fetus moves in rhythm to the mother’s speech and that spectrographs of the first cry of an abortus at 28 weeks could be matched with his mother’s. The elements of music, namely tonal pitch, timbre, intensity and rhythm, are also elements used in speaking a language. For this reason, music prepares the ear, body and brain to listen to, integrate and produce language sounds. Music can thus be considered a pre-linguistic language which is nourishing and stimulating to the whole human being, affecting body, emotions, intellect, and developing an internal sense of beauty, sustaining and awakening the qualities in us that are wordless and otherwise inexpressible.

The research of Polverini-Rey (1992) seems to indicate that prenates exposed to lullabies in utero were calmed by the stimulus. The famous British violinist Yehudi Menuhin believes that his own musical talent was partly due to the fact that his parents were always singing and playing music before he was born.

The sound environment of the womb is very rich. There are various interpretations as to the noise level, ranging between 30 to 96 dB. (decibel being a measure of sound intensity or loudness). A whisper can register 30 dB., a normal conversation is about 60 dB. and rush hour traffic can average about 70 dB. On the other hand, shouted conversations and motorcycles reach about 100 dB. Rock music has been measured as 115 dB. and the pain threshold begins at 125 dB. Recent research with hydrophones have revealed that the womb is something comparable to what we experience in our environment between 50 and 60 dB. Uterine sounds form a “sound carpet” over which the mother’s voice in particular appears very distinct and to which the prenate gives special attention, because it is so different from its own amniotic environment. These sounds are of major importance because they establish the first patterns of communication and bonding. Some researchers have discovered that newborns become calmer and more self-regulated when exposed to intrauterine sound. The soothing sounds of the ocean and water are probably reminiscent of the fluid environment in which we began life. Tomatis suggests that the maternal heart beat, respiration and intestinal gurgling all form the source for our collective attraction to the sound of surf and may have to do with our inborn sense of rhythm. Prenatal sounds form an important developmental component in prenatal life, because they provide a foundation for later learning and behaviour. With foetal sound stimulation the brain functions at a higher level of organisation.

The ear first appears in the 3rd week of gestation and it becomes functional by the 16th week. The foetus begins active listening by the 24th week. We know from ultrasound observations that the foetus hears and responds to a sound pulse starting at about 16 weeks of age and this is even before the ear construction is complete. The cochlear structures of the ear appear to function by the 20th week and mature synapses have been found between the 24th and 28th weeks. For this reason most formal programs of prenatal stimulation are usually designed to begin during the third trimester. It is clear that the sense of hearing is probably the most developed of all the senses before birth.

Four-month-old foetuses can respond in very specific ways to sound; if exposed to loud music their heart beat will accelerate. A Japanese study of pregnant women living near the Osaka airport had smaller babies and an inflated incidence of prematurity – arguably related to the environment of incessant loud noise. Chronic noise can also be associated with birth defects. There is a report from a mother who was in her 7th month of pregnancy when she visited the zoo. In the lion’s enclosure, the animals were in the process of being fed. The roar of one lion would set off another lion and the sound was so intense she had to leave the scene, as the foetus reacted with a strong kick and left her feeling ill. Many years later, when the child was 7 years of age, it was found that he had a hearing deficiency in the lower-middle range. This child also reacts with fear when viewing TV programs of lions and related animals. There are numerous reports about mothers having to leave war movies and concerts because the auditory stimulus caused the foetus to become hyperactive.

Alfred Tomatis notes that the ear is “the Rome of the body” because almost all cranial nerves lead to it and therefore it is considered our most primary sense organ. Embryonically, according to him, the skin is differentiated ear, and we listen with our whole body.

In order to better understand the role of music in its elements of rhythm and melody, we must briefly clarify the two parts of the inner ear. These are the vestibular system and the cochlea. The vestibular system controls balance and body movements, including the integration of movements which make up the rhythm of music-making the vestibular system the more archaic. And according to Paul Madaule (1984) “it is in fact because of the vestibular system that music seems to have an impact on the body.” At around 4 ½ to 6 weeks gestational age the vestibular and the cochlear systems become differentiated, at 7 ½ the auditory ossicles start to grow, and at 4 ½ months the ear of the fetus is already adult-like in shape and size.

The cochlear system enables the transformation of acoustic vibrations into nervous influx, thus allowing the perception of melodies which carry higher frequencies. Knowing this, one can have a better understanding of the intimate relationship and unity of rhythm and melody. George Gershwin expressed this nicely: “Music sets up a certain vibration which unquestionably results in a physical reaction.” With this in mind, we should choose for early music stimulation melodies and rhythms that are simple.

Tomatis has a unique view of the function of the human ear going beyond what is traditionally assumed. He regards it as neither an instrument solely for hearing and listening, nor an organ for the maintenance of equilibrium and verticality. For him the ear is primarily a generator of energy for the brain, intended to give a cortical charge which is then distributed throughout the body “with the view to toning up the whole system and imparting greater dynamism to the human being” (Gilmor & Madaule, 1984, p. 6). Hence the importance of right sound stimulation which will lead to vocal expression, listening, and thinking. Sound, music and human development are intricately interwoven.”1

The late thirties was an age of burgeoning industrialisation as never previously experienced by humanity. All this provided a powerful schematic, both socially and environmentally, that could and indeed would condition minds to ways and means not scheduled for the human personality in the natural way of things up till then. The vast majority of people farmed and fished for a living and lived quiet lives in rural ways, where human resources were a premium. Life was hard, but the difficulties had to be shared for the sake of survival and this forged strong emotional bonds between people and the family sense was constantly marshalled for cracks and very soon resolved and repaired. This began with the womb. With the mother’s lullaby. In other words with song and melody.

Industrialisation and urbanisation changed all that. People moved from the rural straights to cities and urban environments in their thousands. The run had begun. The run that is taking us from the warmth of the human heart and giving us instead the cold, mindless, meaningless dross of hard wired systems. Human kind seems to have started its walk to become no more than an organic biological machine, serving the robotic behests of perhaps some extra terrestrial synthetic alien beings, for all that it mattered.

You can see from the above how profoundly babies might be influenced in the sound modulating womb environment. Can you imagine the influence of heavy metal, or punk rock (or whatever tirades so called modern music culture might have in store) will have on an infant in the womb. What a fiendish preparation for a new life. That will be someone’s son or daughter, brother or sister-to-be, when born.

As more and more mothers-to-be were employed in the impersonal factory lines, manufacturing modules and lived in uncongenial home environments, newborns might well have had their minds pre-conditioned more concussively and percussively here. In Europe they would do this with the sonic background of a World War. The day to day living process in this cacophony would affect the child in the womb and familiarise it with the sharp discordant tones of road traffic and industrial machines, even ballistic explosions, within the cosseted pre-natal environment, where sound is amplified through the amniotic fluid. Later in the post birth, neonatal period and early childhood, when the brain cells are growing fastest and enlivened neuronal networks are being set down, they could be further re-conditioned by the sounds of war, road traffic and the modern hard and heavy rhythmic beats of road hammers, drills and other machines. The background sound quantum of contemporary life, thrown at us from every direction, could well have reflected in later life on the tastes that decided musical enjoyment.

Those pregnant during these years were to produce progeny that would be in their teens and twenties in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s just when the complexion of modern pop music has shown the beginning of the drastic change from its previous quieter more reflective studied format, to the much more enforced and belligerent instrumental sounds of rock and pop. And so perhaps the rising quantum of force in societal living paradigms in the 30’s and 40’s translated itself in and through the womb into a mental hook that reflected it in an extra-uterine empathy with this more impersonal force. Music and words in song could never again reflect a quieter more thoughtful premise in life and living. No more the poem and the lyrical word in melody. A breed that blushes at symmetries in pitch and tone will also recoil at sentiment and erudite meaning in words. Hearts of stone, writing dead letter futures. Meaningless droll dumbed down lyrics would become the order of the day when the instrument supplanted the voice and thus the lyric. Musical composition would become the bit-stream expressed by fingers on computer keyboards and the heartbeat in the human chest would become the clock in computers. The machine mind had arrived. Human kind in the northern climes of our planet began to move as the machine. It would get worse with time for many, as the industrialisation of social formats continued. The earlier sound formats that reflected the music of far yester-years would have no inner metaphor concomitant with the sounds heard during the inter-uterine period, when impressions are exceptionally strongly retained and formatted, as circuits set down as neuronal tracks. The most powerful conditioning psycho/biologically happens in the womb. It may thus well be that we are all set in the gel that dictates our tastes in music by the time we are seven years old.

A pointer to the power of this effect is the fact that the musical instrument took over from the voice. Modern Jazz forms as distinct from the more humanly empathetic traditional form at its inception and orchestral music with explosive beats overwhelmed the entertainment industry. Words in music thus took a beating. Lyrics have to be listened to and picked out. The young were the first to lose out. They were far less likely to extrapolate meaning in a musical work with lyrics. The interest value shown about anything in and by the young mind can be measured in nano seconds. Words have little depth of meaning at an early stage in childhood when a vocabulary is being learned. It takes time for the human personality to grow and mature into the deeper meanings espoused by this vocabulary. Time that provides not just the blacks and whites of things, but also myriads of shades of grey. The subtleties that make up the whole answer and story to any question.

Modern life allows less for subtleties. For individualised well studied depth and clear thinking on matters that effect the human soul. There is often simply no time for this, with the pace of life many of us are required to lead. Modern life is geared more for so called scientific certainties and system driven imperatives. This is more so for the young, as their age related inherent lack of experience gives them a distinct handicap over and above all this disadvantage, in resolving values. They of course usually fail to recognise this loss of perspective. Something pop industry moguls count on where music is concerned. Throw the little punter, be they little in mind or body, the most ill-contrived sound excrement. Dress it up as the latest thing, the more bizarre the better, and sell it with as much media hype as possible. The ‘fledgling follies’ will lap it up and swallow any detritus and come back for dessert. You then sell them more of the same garbage, this time with a bit of cream on the top.

The Artists & Repertoire Managers of Record Companies had to have a way that quick exchanges in artists could be made to keep the ball rolling. Quality is rare and much more expensive. It also thinks for itself tends to be intelligent and is likely to have difficult and greedy agents. Easy availability and thus quantity mattered and not quality, and every sound and any sound that was different from the previous ones could be made the ‘in sound’. In this way there would be a constant stream of new faces recognisant with new sounds. They did not even need to play the musical instruments. New technology could make a goose sound good and everything could be done by proxy with the public never being aware that it was all humbug. All façade. A front. The group ‘The Monkeys’ exemplified this in the 1960’s. There were of course a few quality artists that were the genuine article. A thin skeleton that gave the whole façade some credibility.

As I have said, the new paying punter had to come predominantly from the young, the immature, mostly musically naive. The younger the better. You could sell them anything. Of course everyone is entitled to have their own taste in music without patronization and some jumped up so and so dictating tastes. But the vast majority came from non musical backgrounds and simply did not have the musical sense or erudition to question anything. The evident trash that came out as ‘pop’ could not then be questioned and dismissed as rubbish. Again one man’s trash is another’s Mozart. The punter did not know enough about music to make the judgment. It might fit somewhere in some social augury in the mind’s eye of the individual. A caucus that would not question the musical quantums laid out for them. “You could make them like anything provided you hyped it up enough”, Brian Epstein the Manager of ‘The Beatles’ is once said to have said. This all meant that the crucial weapon to achieve this would be the disc jockeys and more pertinently the schedule arrangers of the main radio networks. They chose what was to be played. In effect they dictated public taste. The commercial music lobby concentrated their guns on them, a relative few people and locked them into their own creations of public musical taste. This was further locked into particular kinds of social stratifications and the pop Guru was invented to account for it all and give it a blessing or hype it up as a respectable art form.

The whole thing was a sham from start to finish, with the shareholders of record companies the final pseudo arbitrators of taste. In fact, in ultimate irony, almost all large record Companies are owned by Conglomerates that have nothing to do with music.

Of course as I have said, taste is a very personal thing and everyone has a right to exercise it in their own way, without being held to judgment as to its veracity and aesthetic, or other, quality. But no-one’s taste should be manipulated such that it conforms to commercial interest. Commercial interests that have no sense of responsibility for keeping up standards in art or art forms. No one should be manipulated by teams of clever behavioural psychologists, and greedy unscrupulous money Moguls with irises writ large with dollar and pound signs. Be a fly on the wall at one of their board meetings and you will need to wear a protective helmet from the dulcet tones of humbug. I remember walking into a school class of 24 Beatle haircuts one week, after the first Beatle’s tour of the USA. Only one student differed. Such could be the power of public notice through the media. Such is the power open to the manipulators of public taste. Don’t we know it.

It is the strangest thing that the audience age range of the 60–90 group, who are by far the richest and the most fiscally stable of all societal groups in the Occident, of all age groups, is the least catered for by the music industry – for their tastes in music. It is they that can most afford to buy the music. The odd radio programme might give in to their behests, once in a while, under some nostalgic format or the other. 40 year old records will be dusted down and played. Is there no entrepreneur with a brain the size of a pea who can see that, in most western countries, the market for music based on the formative years of the over 60’s is nearly 40–50% of population. I had to go to Sri Lanka to find any radio station playing the melodies of yesteryear on a regular basis. The Commercial Service of the Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation and GOLD FM – a private commercial station also broadcasting on the island paradise, had the most beautiful formats for melodies of yesteryear I had heard after listening extensively all over the planet.. It was bizarre. A nation so different in its culture, both social and religious, but here, in this island so far away from the English speaking world, day after day, night after night, were played the songs of a bygone era, in the relevant English medium without apology and with grace and enthusiasm, as I say, by several of the main radio broadcasters there. It was bizarre.

So what of the older generation and their scope for enjoying the music they love. There surely is a fortune to be made, especially through the auspices of the internet, where elderly people can buy the songs and singers of yesteryear through the simple press of a few buttons. Admittedly not many older people are computer literate enough to pick out, hear and order music over the internet. I maintain that there are enough out there to bring about a huge revival in the old ways of song, if things are simplified, through commercial products that enable more people with less technical knowledge outlooks to do this simply. The technology will be soon available in every home with a TV set to do this, without resort to the complexities of a computer. Something alas many older people resist. One great thing all this will do is to kill off the record companies and open a world of talent out there directly to the public. You will be able to make your own personal choice of what you want to listen to without being dictated to by someone else’s whims or measures of what you should hear. You will be able to order your favourite songs by title and choose to hear however many artists you want, singing a portion of the song, to enable you to decide which one to buy on a download, or a posted CD. All done from your own home and TV set.

A strange and utterly bizarre situation prevails. No-one seems to want the opportunities and perhaps fortune that awaits anyone with the business erudition to see that there is a market three times the size of the current pop music market for anyone who will record or put out, be it on the internet or elsewhere, newly recorded songs of yesteryear, or indeed new ones, sung as was done in the styles back then, by voices of and musicians of real talent recorded on contemporary recording equipment. The old nostalgic fare laid down decades ago comes set in a gel of old technology and the quality of voice and accompaniment leave much to be desired, when heard on present day audio equipment.
Why then will no one take up the challenge. It seems perhaps an entire generation is programmed. Programmed and formatted in the womb to miss the point. through no fault of their own. Could most leaders of media taste all over the Occidental world have hardened up psycho mentally to and through the concussive and percussive exploding bolts of industrial machine sounds they heard in their mothers’ wombs. It may well prove to be so. They were either conceived too late or conceived in the wrong social situations. Conceived too late to be able to appreciate the full and almost transcendental power and meaning of lyrics, expressed to make an intelligent point in music and song. They were conceived too late or conceived in the wrong social situations. through no fault of their own.

The crucial point is that the power of brain formatting when young enough can lead the way extremely powerfully for future perceptions and actions. Some might call this progress. This power is not usually recognised and much that is good and sociably valuable for the greater good of us all is thus tacitly discarded and thrown away.

Out there, somewhere in the cold metal shelves of song libraries, are still songs on fragile scratched master cutting discs, black discs and clouding silvered CDs, for those among you whose birth logistics and lineages might have had the good fortune to miss situations that are changing humankind into machine minded robots. Your mind sense might have been lucky enough to have retained a stronger sentimental sense of things and thus the music of the past. Songs where lyrics actually meant something. And were not just the meaningless indices accompanying the banal mechanised beats of road drills and steam hammers. More an industrial cacophony suitable for the factory floor as I have said.

Hear them while you still can, these songs of yester-year. Treasure them while you still have a heart-sense to appreciate them. To the religious, a sentimental heart would be a gift you have in the soul. Fewer and fewer radio broadcasts will feature these songs or singers, as things are, till one day the squeaks and grunts of transistors and diodes and the booms and thuds of the rhythms of machine noises maybe the only lullaby a baby will ever hear.

© Nigel Kerner 2010

1 ‘The Importance of Prenatal Sound and Music’ Whitwell, Giselle E. Rmt Journal of Prenatal & Perinatal Psychology & Health, Vol. 13, No. 3/4, Spring 1999


2012 – And Man Shall Walk as Machine?

Do you think that it is normal, that we blend ourselves with machines? Do we lost the last drop of humanity? I think so…

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2012 – And Man Shall Walk as Machine?

Originally published: ufodigest.com, unexplained-mysteries.com
6th February 2011

‘Transhumanism’ is a term that has become a euphemism that has been assimilated into our vocabulary such that it shocks no longer. It would seem perfectly natural that we follow the next ‘evolutionary’ step towards the survival of the fittest and convert ourselves into an information field that never breaks down or decays. No need for physical bodies that break down and die, we can reconstruct our virtual self in electronic form and go on forever. Or can we?

Ray Kurzweil believes the exponential growth of artificial intelligence, biotechnology and nanotechnology means that before 2050 his consciousness and identity – can be copied and uploaded into a non-biological form transcending biology and achieve the dream of immortality.

All this flows from Kurzweil’s Law of Accelerating Returns, a generalization of Moore’s Law, which predicts ongoing exponential growth of key technologies. What this means, Kurzweil writes, is that “…we won’t experience 100 years of progress in the 21st century – it will be more like 20,000 years of progress (at today’s rate).”

A body vastly enhanced through biotech and nanotech may suffice to extend life spans indefinitely, but the ultimate leap is to transcend biology entirely. Before 2050, Kurzweil predicts that AI and nanotech will have advanced so far that his brain, with its memories, capabilities and characteristics, can be reduced to pure information and rebooted in a non-biological format, be it a supercomputer, a real or virtual body, or a swarm of nanobots.

If he’s right, before 2050 all information-based technologies will be millions of times more advanced and AI will far outshine the power of all human brains combined, a development futurists describe as ‘The Singularity.’

There are a surprising number who will see morphing into a non- biologically centred virtual machine as an attractive and even exciting prospect for the future of our species. Many look at it as a palliative for all the ills that plague the human quantum both in terms of a social and a physical perspective. Many people will be familiar with how the elements that contrast man against machine play out.

The arguments settle within the aprons of two broad primary factions. There are those who are able to have a sense of what might lie beyond the scales of the purely physical and empiricist standpoint; people with a religious faith or belief in an eternal tray of continuity. Then there are those who hold a hard wired outlook and only believe in an existential tray that is strictly the manifestation of atoms alone and thus of a Universe of force and parts that decays to a complete negation of all things ending in a nothingness driven by the Second Law of Thermodynamics. The latter is a strictly temporal view that only believes in what is here and affirmable through the physical senses, a view that, finally exposes an end to all reason and meaning and more pertinently, an end to the delineation of the concept of free compunction within an individualization that allows for an assertion of the concept and realization of the Self. Whilst the former, the religious view, all too often points to an anthropomorphic entity as a God who out of his perfection creates us in our imperfection just to watch the fun. If he, she, or it is any God he, she, or it should know the outcome! So how perfect can such a God be?

I have written extensively about a third way, one that unites both factional views and points to the fallacy and terrifying consequences of each taken in isolation.

Let’s first take a deeper look at the kind of ‘Singularity’ Kurzweil outlines as a something that might well point to a kind of Valhalla.
If you trace back the pathway of the explosion into states of greater and greater separation with time, as we can trace what has happened with the Universe, you will inevitably arrive at a point of union, a singularity where there is no separation of points and therefore no time, space or matter, a non-physical quantum field that you might for want of a better word call God. If our consciousness is a manifestation of that quantum field set against what is incidentally opposite to it, then the singularity that Kurzweil is so looking forward to would be a reconstruction of that original natural state in an artificial, virtual format.

But what exactly is that original natural state? There seems to be a power that allows for ordered states to happen incidentally within a disorganizing inertia. This power I believe emanates from an ultimate singularity that is itself manifested through the existence of two absolute Poles. One a pole of ultimate Union and Harmony, the singularity before the Big Bang and the other a Pole of ultimate disunion and disharmony, the point of ultimate chaos, the end point of the second law of thermodynamics or ‘entropy’ that describes the fact that all states decay into greater and greater randomness, chaos, and separation with time. This primary existential backdrop is implicit and implicate. There is no creator God playing dice with his created beings. We are, as a combined manifestation of these primary existential opposed poles, here through our own choice made in the perfect freedom of the state in which all choices are possible. It is this pole of ultimate union that provides for the whole reference against which all partial states can be known. Without that reference these partial states cannot be known. Thus artificial intelligence cannot include self awareness or consciousness. It will always be a sum of parts working together, a working machine, but it will have no reference of the whole picture through which it may know its parts.

The Earth as a planetary concept for instance is claimed to be conscious as the manifestation of the Gaya principle. If consciousness is defined as the ability to have control over one’s environment, to be cognizant enough to break the chain of cause and effect, the Earth cannot be conscious because it cannot intervene in the basic laws of cause and effect of its own volition and intercept them. In the same way no purely atomic construction can break the chain of cause and effect. It is intrinsically part of that chain of action and reaction in an enforced universe. Only that which has no force can break the chain and as force is the product of the separation of points only that which is from state of perfect union has no force.

A wonderful illustration of this principle is the contrast between the Old Testament dictum of ‘an eye for an eye a tooth for a tooth’ and the Christian prophet’s instruction to turn the other cheek. By this simple statement Christ illustrated the nature of consciousness set against that which is not conscious. A computer program or a non living static-dependent object (by that I mean – a robot) can only follow an eye for an eye, action and reaction. A conscious and thus self evaluating being can intercept that chain of events and change it regardless of implied trend. When Jesus said “If a man asks you for his coat give him your cloak also” he was illustrating the same principle. Conscious being can change the course of events, do that little bit more than simply respond to stimuli. In fact it could be said that every positive quality that has a unionizing momentum that might be termed ‘love’ is an expression of consciousness intercepting the entropic chain of cause and logically implied effect.

In his unbridled enthusiasm to recreate his identity does Kurzweil believe that his self awareness will be there to appreciate its own virtual eternity? Will he be there to view and appreciate his virtual self? “In the 2040s,” says Kurzweil, “the non-biological proportions of our beings will be powerful enough to completely model and simulate the biological part. It will be a continuum, a continuity of pattern.” But is self awareness recreated by repeating the pattern of a self aware being? Would you be there to know your own artificial re-creation? Or would it be accurate to say that Kurzweil’s singularity is actually a dead end, nothing but an empty go-nowhere image of the conscious, aware singularity that preceded the Big Bang?

It is almost as though he and those who advocate trans-humanism are re-enacting the age old metaphor in which the character Lucifer, the fallen angel, makes copies of the heavenly hierarchy. Artificial intelligence, cloning, virtual reality would all come under this umbrella. Would you want your children to look forward to a future in which they will be implanted with chips that can increase their intelligence or their musical ability, genetically engineer their offspring to be to follow a desired specification and eventually download their personalities, their likes their dislikes, their whole being into a virtual copy? Would you want to leave your kids the legacy trans-humanism has to offer? If the answer is no and Kurzweil is right in his predictions now is the time to slam on the brakes.

If you suspect that the Grey alien phenomenon is real and have deduced as I have from the evidence thus far that these visitors are the ultimate in artificial intelligence then you might also come to the conclusion that the civilization that produced them never applied the brakes. In them are we looking at our future? Perhaps a more pertinent question would be, are they sponsoring that future?

In the Book of Revelation, Chapter 13 there is a remarkable description of what may well be trans-human future.  HYPERLINK “http://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/Revelation-13-11/” \o “View more translations of Revelation 13:11″A beast comes up out ‘out of the earth’ that has ‘horns like a lamb’ but speaks ‘as a dragon.’ The implication is of something that is seemingly innocent and harmless but in reality quite different. This beast does ‘great wonders’ and deceives those ‘that dwell on the earth by the means of miracles.’ An entity is described that has a deadly wound but is somehow miraculously brought back to life, an image is then created out of that entity. Could this refer to cloning procedures involving imaging and copying, procedures that might one day be so commonplace that anyone who does not embrace the trans-human ideal that they bring about will be dispensed with, ‘as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed?’

Many have speculated that the ‘mark’ of the ‘beast’ that is received ‘in their right hand or in their foreheads’ may well be a form of bio-chip that will be essential for all ‘buying’ and ‘selling.’ Could the ‘beast’ that seems, in the Book of Revelation, to lead the creation of a kind of Sim-card man simply refer to the ultimate irony that trans-humanism makes us like beasts as it takes away from us the very freedom of rationally, based sophisticated choice, the very freedom to beat the chain of cause and effect that marks us out as human when set against the simple reactive mental modes of animals not far removed from the mechanical psycho-expletives one might expect from a robot or machine and its functioning paradigms.

I do not wish to send a chill through the spine of readers but the mere possibility that such as I am outlining might be true exposes a remarkable irony. Could it be that the ultimate in apparent sophistication and human evolutionary potential actually results in the ultimate in human devolutionary potential, the conversion of the human species into a state of an idle and restricted freedom no different in real terms to that of the lowest forms of life.

Even if one does not accept a reality beyond the physical that might be compromised by the abrogation of the human spirit to mechanized external features there is no doubt that trans-humanism mortgages our capabilities as human beings to a prosthetic technology that is quantum steps further than that brought about by the industrial revolution, which arguably made life easier for us through mechanization of basic tasks. Trans-humanism is the mechanization of our intrinsic faculties as human beings to think and know.

I believe this all is a startlingly real and will be a verifiable threat for those who are willing to do the research (with a mind-set that is objective and neutral), into the consequence of the world Kurzweil and his cohorts are laying out for us. The trouble is that many of us find this very hard to do. We slip on with the days own troubles leading us into boxes made by our restrictions and prejudices, the strongest of which are those we hitch up to our eyes. We creep along inexorably with views that blend into a backdrop of ready assembled comfort points. Comfort points designed to provide physical ease and convenience. It is simply the dope of the damned. A matrix we create for ourselves where we weave a spiders web of restrictions all around us. The trouble is we don’t trap any flies. We are the flies. We trap ourselves and our futures.

Will we pay the ultimate price for not being able to see that an eternal scope might exist for each and every one of us in a scale that lies beyond the hems of atoms? Are we going to compromise something as mightily significant as this simply because we in the empirical way cannot measure it, and see, hear, touch, smell or taste it? Man shall surely walk as machine if we do.

© Nigel Kerner 2011


Four Fingers, Almond Eyes and a Guest Appearance on Oprah

Who should sit in the panel when extraterrestrial beings contact Earth? Who are the people who should make the first contact? I think that it is stupidly military in our case, but I think it should be ordinary people or scientists:

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Four Fingers, Almond Eyes and a Guest Appearance on Oprah

Originally published: ufodigest.com, unexplained-mysteries.com
20th January 2011

According to a just published extraterrestrial-themed edition of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society world governments should prepare a co-ordinated action plan in case Earth is contacted by aliens. Contributing scientists argue that a branch of the UN must be given responsibility for “supra-Earth affairs” and formulate a plan for how to deal with extraterrestrials, should they appear.

According to Simon Conway Morris, a professor of evolutionary palaeobiology at Cambridge University, anyone planning for alien contact should prepare for the worst. Evolution on alien worlds, he said, is likely to be Darwinian in nature: “Why should we ‘prepare for the worst’? First, if intelligent aliens exist, they will look just like us, and given our far from glorious history, this should give us pause for thought,” wrote Morris in the journal’s special issue.

Some months back Michio Kaku and Stephen Hawking were saying the same thing, i.e. Watch out, alien life is both highly likely to exist and highly likely to be predatory. This double whammy from leading scientists is thus given more weight by the eminent scientists now calling for a world plan to deal with this potential threat. But hang on a minute, who said ‘potential threat?’ Why is there no recognisance of the solid evidence that they are here already.

On September 27th 2010 a press conference was held at the National Press Club in Washington, where at least a dozen former high ranking U.S. Air Force personnel, mostly officers who worked on secret projects connected to sensitive nuclear weapons sites, admitted that they were privy to UFO and alien-related incidents that occurred during their time of service. Tens of thousands of reliable witnesses including pilots, policemen, politicians, even astronauts, testify to their witness of this phenomenon. Two US astronauts, Gordon Cooper and Ed Mitchell believe that they are here already. Yet Johnny come lately scientists are preparing for the fact that they probably do exist might contact us and are likely to be dangerous. This news along with Hawking’s and Kaku’s predictions plus the revelations made at the Press Club should be of world significance as they affect the prospectus of all humanity. Yet each is a very small afterthought in the wake of other events of earth-shattering importance such as celebrity news and developments in popular soaps on TV. In the light of this perhaps we deserve being trodden underfoot by alien visitors with a supremely advanced technology. But let’s take a look at the evidence thus far:

In researching my books I have come across well over a hundred distinct types of alien that witnesses report are actually here. There are cat aliens, dog aliens, horse aliens, and even aliens masquerading as Punch and Judy puppets. That is not to mention the strange looks I get from my wife sometimes.

So how do you establish that any alien stories are verifiably true? The answer is of course is you just simply cannot. The simple-minded and of course the downright gullible may believe them but for most they will be curious stories with some entertainment value. Who can blame them, the human imagination is notorious for attention seeking, for vanity, for risk taking, profit making, confabulating and as many ‘ingy’ things as you can think of. Yes there are the informed few who can filter the true from the false but the mainstream is a hung parliament.

Now it would be quite different if you could get the odd alien to the nearest TV studio and hitch up a TV broadcast to the world. Here you could get a battery of the world’s most respected doctors, lawyers, accountants, and most important of all celebrities to attest that what the punter is seeing and hearing is true. Notice I left out scientists, priests and politicians from the verification list, my intention there is only to ensure that the truth police don’t pay us a visit. Back to the show: Music, (by that I mean semi- industrial cacophonies masquerading as a beat) flashing lights and disparate volumes of frozen carbon dioxide for atmosphere will attract the young punter or ‘future generation’ and all will be set to convince the world that we are not alone. An appearance by Russell Brand might ensure that we might as well be, just in case the alien company is boring, and flash bang wallop a commentator or two from Reynard TV, US of A can act as referees for judging the fairness of any arguments an ascendant alien intelligence might for example make in propagating a cull of anyone more sepia toned than arctic pinkish white with blond highlights.

All will be set to convince the world that we are not alone and that human history as we know it is all bunkum.

Will it all work? Not on your nelly. We have forgotten the rent a sceptic brigade, that awesome breed of one arm bandit intelligences, all five of them, that intersperse airways globally as the self appointed guardians of the ’empirical way.’ The verification panel with ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ boards and straight ahead one way minded pebble lens views for whom there is no up, down or sideways.

Now while all this is being set up. Any friendly mega intelligent alien (it came here past the speed of light barrier after all) would have to stretch a long four finger point and cooperate more indulgently than your pet poodle while being placated, poked, prodded, prompted and questioned. Imagine a group of ants doing that to your average representative of the human flock on ANT-TV. Heavy shoes for stamping and insect repellent would be out for a start. No need for an ‘I am a good Alien’ tee-shirt slogan on its chest either. If everyone is still there un-zapped and alive and the cameras work, we can take that slogan as implied.

Cameras roll, music, (something like ‘Sprach Zarathustra’ and the Star Wars theme) credits form and disappear, a pan into close up and there would sit David Frost, Piers Morgan, Oprah, and as a special return cameo Larry King. They’d all be there to see us through the alien’s credentials as genuinely inter-galactic.

That’s it! We have lift off. The world is about to be changed to its root forever. The truth will not be out there anymore. It would have come to roost in a TV studio where it has always belonged.

Lift off Larry. Lift off Oprah. Let’s get the show on the road. Did I say lift off!!! You’ve got to be joking. You’d be living in cloud cuckoo land if you thought that all this would convince Mr and Mrs, Master and Miss Mainstream Witness out there that what they were seeing was genuine and true. A room full of Popes, Rabbis, Imams, Mahanayake Theras, Grand Ayotollahs or even Arsenal fans would be deemed nothing to the strokes of a simple video pen. A million angst ridden bloggers and commentators with the entire lexicon of the ‘f’ word leading them and the dexterity of egg noodles and Kentucky fried soaked fingers, will descend on every server of good or bad grace and crash every laptop and PC within the 25,000 mile circumference of the planet. The whole thing would in seconds be deemed mere “Windows'” dressing in the hands of some clever technicians or hackers with the latest precious clutch of transistors and diodes and back up viruses lovingly set on the parody of the gift the Greeks left the Trojans. And who would do the ‘deeming?’ You’ve guessed it. It would be there smiling if it could. The kind of smile you would get from your vacuum cleaner when you switched it to blow when you meant suck. Game, set and match. A studio full of our best set human value written on billions of oblong screens of cold and hot light around the globe, its relevance smashed to smithereens.

Cut to the studio control room’s editor’s suite. A discreet hand reaches forward on the master edit console. A button is pressed down by a fore-finger. The hand has no thumb. The ‘ON AIR’ sign lights up. A single spotlight blazes on a strange spindly form. Only the most intelligent and gifted humans will see that it is irrelevant to ask the question. Where are you from?

© Nigel Kerner 2011


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Skeptical people have always wondered whether or not we are alone in the universe. The Truth is that extraterrestrials have visited our planet long ago, and they even have contacted with some countries secretly, but these governments won’t acknowledge the existence of UFOs officially. However, before the end of this century, a massive extraterrestrial contact will take place on Earth. That day will be historical for mankind and not even the most recalcitrant skeptic will deny the existence of UFOs anymore.
Medium: Jorge Raul Olguin.
Entity that came to dialogue: Master Ruanel.
Interlocutor: Do Skeptics continue with their stubborn posture denying the existence of UFOs and the spiritual world?
Ruanel: Correct, and they also have phobia against all that is related to esotericism and they continue with their truth. In some cases there are skeptics that become directly in fools when they deny what reality is.
Interlocutor: In the case of skeptics they must have ego and engrams without any doubt, otherwise one cannot understood,- and excuse me the term-, such imbecility.
Ruanel: Obviously.
Interlocutor: What I am not sure of is if they act in bad faith, or it’s simply their stupidity.
Ruanel: Don’t think so. There are skeptics that make fun of people they attack verbally they demean not only to your group but also to other groups. They take as irrational to all those who believe in everything related to the spiritual world.
Interlocutor: Well, I believe that this issue about skeptics is over. Here I have scheduled something that many people have asked me constantly; they ask if there will be a massive extraterrestrial contact. I mean to a public and, official contact, of extraterrestrials with the human race, so that nobody has doubt that they are here. I asked this question to Eon, you already know it, and he avoided giving answers with the excuse that the expectation brings intention or something like that. (laughs)
Ruanel: Well, then I’m off the hook. (laughs). You already know that fortunetelling doesn’t exist.
Interlocutor: Yes, of course, but I’m referring to time travelers, they should have revealed something.
Ruanel: I haven’t ran into someone, Have I? (laughs)… There is a phrase said by the Dear Absolute who has created us all and to him we go again, a while ago, through the mouth of this vessel: “The planet Sun 3 is a gigantic kindergarten, where these children, these small children, these lads that have so much knowledge to paint the best paintings, to build the best architectural works, they also produce killing machines, polluting machines to destroy to their own species. They destroy animal species. There are hundreds of extinct species of fish. They destroy the drinking water.
Imagine, for example, that you as a spirit have embodied in another world where all the beings help to each other and you come to this planet, and you see from your space ship what is happening in Sun 3, what would be your reaction?
Interlocutor: Well, at least my morale would be very low.
Ruanel: Correct.
Interlocutor: But returning to the question Did a time traveler make the smallest reference concretely to this matter, the massive extraterrestrial contact?
Ruanel: Yes, he made reference to the massive extraterrestrial contact, and I repeat his words literally: “They are waiting for the human being to grow up”
Interlocutor: And when the human being will grow up so that that contact takes place? When somebody asks me that, I always respond that many millennia probably pass before something like that happens.
Ruanel: No, no, then I correct you. The idea of some extraterrestrials I contact myself with, I refer to their thetans, it is that before this century ends.
Interlocutor: Not millennium?
Ruanel: Not millennium, but century, It must be a contact. That’s the idea of some aliens from closer solar systems.
Interlocutor: See? How with my cleverness I could coax the secret out of you? (laughs).
Ruanel: You are very clever. (laughs)
Interlocutor: It’s a joke, Master… (laughs)… come on Master, take a chance. Didn’t a time traveler reveal the date of that massive contact?
Ruanel: I will respond you in a very coherent way: Every time traveler drags to his thetan. His thetan has knowledge of that future time. His thetan is not at all times with “the curtains low”. Although we respect his free will. Understand that free will is respected when the thetan has the conceptual curtain low. If he doesn’t have his conceptual curtain low, we can perfectly perceive his thought, and then we take out from him all the information.
Interlocutor: Concretely then, you know for sure when that future contact will take place.
Ruanel: We know perfectly the date, the day and the hour.
Interlocutor: Then you know it?
Ruanel: Of course we know, because we can read the thought of the thetans of time travelers!
Interlocutor: So if you don’t say it it’s because there is a kind of agreement with Eon to leave it as an expectation like he did. (laughs)
Ruanel: No, it is not an agreement with Eon, because the Absolute allows our free will. If I, at this time disclose that information I would not be breaking any law because the Absolute doesn’t forbid anything. How will he forbid since he has given us his Love and Free Will?
Interlocutor: Certainly, I had forgotten the issue of free will.
Ruanel: We don’t say it because it is a matter of ethics, because it is not the moment, nothing else. We can say what should have happened and didn’t happen, as the dear and sublime Master Johnakan said: we were not prepared for the atomic fusion and it was made in the year 1938, when it should have been made in the year 2100.
Interlocutor: That’s clear. If I requested a date simply as a speculation? I ask it because at some time Eon gave an answer in that way.
Ruanel: As a speculation, there is a number that says 2070.
Interlocutor: Well, that is already something, although I won’t be here to see it.
Ruanel: How you won’t be?
Interlocutor: Yes, yes, Master, it was a way of saying. (laughs)
Ruanel: Even you can be one of those aliens, if you embody in that planet that will make the massive contact.
Interlocutor: You’re right, Master, I didn’t think about it.
Ruanel: There is an earthly phrase that can be applied here: “Life goes around”
Interlocutor: Yes, I understand what you mean. Before to move on to another topic I’d like to ask if Carl Sagan’s article “The Burden of Skepticism” has caused a lot of damage. I admit that this article drives me crazy and causes me irritation.
Ruanel: Sometimes The skepticism of the other “hits” the ego of the other. This is my answer.
Interlocutor: I understand what you mean, but concretely the question is about the damage that this article has caused. Notice that it’s spread all over the internet.
Ruanel: Yes, it has caused a lot of damage, as well as it has made a favor to their investigations. Anyhow, any middlebrow being would acknowledge… And I hope that skeptics know that if a Galaxy has around 100000 and 300000 million stars, even though there is an inhabited world each million stars, there would be 300000 inhabited worlds.
Interlocutor: That’s clear, but the gist is that skeptics in general accept that there are other inhabited worlds, but they deny that extraterrestrials have been able to arrive until here.
Ruanel: I would tell to the skeptics that, at this time if a Stone Age man saw a computer, he would not understand what it is or what the images in the monitor represent.
If a terrestrial man of the year 2000 saw beings of 10000 years from the future, he wouldn’t understand their energy field either, he wouldn’t understand how they travel through the Milky Way… Systems of Energy, of energy branches between the walls of matter and dark energy and the walls of common matter, these are topics I don’t want to talk about because they would not understand, neither you nor those who read this.
Then those skeptics who boast that they are mathematicians, well, Let them develop at this time, how they could move a motor with dark energy…
Just like you who speak Spanish would say: “Don’t speak to me in basic Chinese”
Interlocutor: I Do realize what you mean, but the skeptics don’t listen because they only listen to themselves. By the way, In which spiritual plane is Carl Sagan?
Ruanel: He is not that bad, He is in the plane 3.9, at one sublevel to arrive to a Mastery Plane, because he has a noble spirit and he seeks to research, simply the concepts he had were wrong when he was incarnated, but he was not hostile.
Interlocutor: Did he lower from plane when he disembodied or he returned to the same place he was?
Ruanel: He lowered from plane because in some things he was very stubborn, besides he dragged roles of ego and with roles of ego one cannot be in the Planes of Light.


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Was the Star of Bethlehem a UFO?

Originally published: The Canadian, ufodigest.com, unexplained-mysteries.com
24th December 2010The star of Bethlehem as Christian lore has it, guided three ‘wise’ men to a site in a Judean town where a new born child of significant eminence lay in a construct that sheltered animals. Tradition says they came to hail the birth of a new king. At this time nearby Jerusalem lay as a kind of buffer province between two antagonists, a new power point in the already complicated body politic of an area festering with the military might of two great armies, the Romans and the Persians.

Firm historical record does not affirm any specific regality to the three men except to verify that the Maji were not kings themselves as later tradition suggested. It seems they were originally a group of Persian king-makers. An electoral college if you like that was credited with great learning and given power as king-makers. The political exigencies in the area called Judea were festering in conflicts between Rome and Persia (Parthia). The prevailing power in Judea at the time was Rome and the ruler Herod was an appointee of Rome under the ostensible title ‘King of the Jews.’ Into all this was born a child to a humble Jewish couple, a child whose coming was evidently foretold. This was something well known in the most learned academic circles and the Maji were among the most learned mystical sages of their sort, the leaders of the leaders of men through their knowledge and influence.

There is much questioning of the exact date of the visit of the Maji to Jeshua Ben Joseph or Jesus Christ to give him his better known nomenclature. This is pivotal because it accents the date of the appearance of a so called star in the sky that through prophecy was supposed to herald the birth of the child in a particular location. This of course would mean that the duration of the star’s appearance and the visit were commensurate with one another.

So what about all this exceptionality? An exceptional child, conceived in unique circumstances, born under exceptional circumstances with a star no less for a designated guiding light that brings special visitors with special behests to see him. All this accompanied by apparitions and space wide manifestations, a real magic show for all to see and hear in little significant town 2000 years or so ago. What other so called inexplicable magic show that goes on today bears a natural reference to all this in terms of its spectacle and wonder? Yes you’ve guessed it: The UFO phenomenon.

Now there’s an interesting surmise. When I began researching UFOs seriously it was one of the first connections that sprang to my mind. Could the two be connected? I’ll put it plainly. Was Jesus an extraterrestrial?

For virgin birth read alien in-vitro fertilization, for the star of Bethlehem read a UFO that stopped over the place where Jesus was born. For transfiguration in front of Peter, James and John on the mountain top read abduction up into the spaceship. For walking on water, turning water into wine in fact any of the ‘miracles’ Jesus performed read the power of alien technology. The evidence would seem to speak for itself. Or does it? Is there a flaw somewhere in this hypothesis? Is there any indication from the reports we have of Jesus’ life that he could not possibly be the end result of the machinations of technologically advanced alien visitors?

I have suggested in my books that the Grey aliens reported by so many reliable witnesses in abduction accounts are artificial entities, roboids. Even SETI is going through a process of realizing that if within a few hundred years of inventing radio we are on the point of inventing thinking machines then the likelihood is that other civilizations from other planets would have done the same. Seth Shostak of SETI says that as machines appear to be the successors to natural life, we would be more likely to spot signals from them than from the “biological” life that invented them.

If this stage is so closely upon us it is not difficult to envision a future in which the ‘non-biological ‘ version of us equipped to survive the rigours of deep space travel, carries an electronic fingerprint of our DNA ready to be reconstituted in a suitable planetary environment. Stephen Hawking has recently suggested that the human race itself must move to a planet beyond our Solar System to protect the future of the species. “Once we spread out into space and establish colonies, our future should be safe.” “The human race shouldn’t have all its eggs in one basket, or on one planet. Let’s hope we can avoid dropping the basket until we have spread the load.”

What better way to achieve that objective than sending our genetic information via artificially intelligent entities capable of withstanding the enormous forces involved in the kind of space travel faster than the speed of light necessary to reach hospitable planets.

Could the Greys indeed be gophers sent out from technologically advanced civilisations on other planets to reconstitute their life form, perhaps through cloning procedures, elsewhere? Could they be attempting to hybridise with us so that they can survive on our planet by merging species with one already adapted for the local conditions and clone and re-clone humanity in hybrid mixtures with them. Perhaps this is the hybridisation program that has been reported to be picking up a pace in the last twenty years by Budd Hopkins and Professor David Jacobs.

But then the question would remain, what do we have that a highly advanced bio-synthetic laboratory such as theirs cannot replicate? It is my contention that there is something that natural birth has and cloned birth does not, a crucial difference between their created non-living form and natural living life forms. That facility is a natural line of connection to the non-physical pre-atomic state before the Big Bang, otherwise known as a ‘soul.’ There is something about our identity as human beings that goes on past physical death, a magic non-physical ingredient that they as purely atomic creations can only detect in the sense that it is completely different to what they can know. They can never actually understand what it is because it is non-atomic and therefore non-programmable.

If the Greys are indeed the robotic entities I believe them to be it would explain the fact that abductees have commented on their blank, emotionless faces as they carry out painful procedures on them. It is impossible to program compassion and sympathy into a machine. Machines with artificial intelligence can have no personal identity principle enshrined in their programs. They are simply and only the product of their programming and just like computers they have no personal identity or consciousness of self by which to register emotion of any kind. Only natural living things can have this and I believe this is because natural life and natural intelligence have their root in a holistic quantum reality beyond the physical universe.

What then is the origin of this magic ingredient called consciousness? If, unlike the Greys, we are naturally derived life forms where do we derive from and how does that derivation make us out as intrinsically different to them as artificial creations? For the answer to those questions it is helpful to look at the power that seems to allow for ordered states to happen incidentally within the disorganising inertia of a universe subject to the second law of thermodynamics or entropy that dictates break up into greater and greater states of randomness and chaos with the passage of time. The power is the power of consciousness and as I have discussed Jesus Christ was at great pains to illustrate the unique unionising and ordering potential that consciousness can provide in a physical universe. Hence his statement ‘don’t ye know ye are Gods.’

A computer program or any non-living object can only follow the law of cause and effect, action and reaction. Conscious being on the other hand can change the course of events, in other words, do that little bit more than simply respond to stimuli. A wonderful example of this is the contrast between the Old Testament dictum of an eye for an eye a tooth for a tooth and Christ’s revision of this rule to turn the other cheek. By this simple statement Christ illustrated the nature of consciousness set against that which is not conscious. In other words, do that little bit more, don’t simply respond to stimuli, use instead that special facility that marks humanity as different from these roboidal Grey entities who can only respond according to the dictates of a program. This principle is further illustrated in the beautiful yet rarely followed statement: “If a man asks you for his coat give him your cloak also.”

There are several accounts within the texts of the Coptic Gnostic Library which contains texts excluded from the main canon of the New Testament in which Jesus carefully explains to his apostles exactly how to deal with the alien beings should they be faced with them. His entire sojourn with our species it seems was marked with an encouragement to reject the proposals of the material state for which they are the best, most accomplished representatives.

In the “Sophia of Jesus Christ” he talks about “moulded” beings were “condemned as robbers” because they “welcomed the blowing” of “the breath” of God but they were not able “to receive that power for themselves”.

He then tells the apostles in no uncertain terms that he came to mankind to free him from these “robbers” who attempt, albeit in vain, to steal soul from those to whom it rightfully belongs. He says that he “loosed the bonds of the robbers” from immortal man and “broke the gates of the pitiless ones before their faces”. Could these bonds that are loosed and gates that are broken perhaps be the gates and bonds which interrupt the genome of mankind, blocking and holding dormant the full expression of the natural un-intercepted genetic scope of humanity? Jesus describes these “robbers” as the “pitiless ones”, many abductees have reported the complete lack of sympathy which the Greys appear to have for human suffering. Of course, if my theories about these beings are correct, it is easy to see why “pity” would be impossible for them to even conceive of.

In the “First Apocalypse of James” in the Nag Hammadi Codex Jesus explains to the Apostle James how to cope with these beings who take away souls by theft. What better description of abduction could there be than that? He goes on to tell James: “When he also says to you ‘Where will you go?’ you are to say to him, ‘To the place from which I have come, there shall I return’. And if you say these things you will escape their attacks.” Thus if James makes clear his own root of being to these creatures and shows them that he fully intends to return to that root he will “escape their attacks”.

There is also an account in the New Testament itself which describes how Christ was confronted by a character called Satan and after a series of threats and cajolements he finally dismisses this entity who claims charge-ship of the whole world. It seems this entity has power to do whatever it likes and takes Jesus to a high place and shows him ‘all the cities of the world.’ There is no mountain high enough from Judea or indeed anywhere on the Earth from which anyone at any time could see the cities of the whole world except from space. In fact Judea could be seen to be a perfect central aspect from which you could view all the main influence centres of the planet if you view the planet in a two dimensional scale of its main land masses. That height would have to be as a minimum, a view from space.

So Jesus would have to have been in contact with something that could take him into space. What does that suggest? As far as I know not even NASA was going at that time! I believe that the character referred to in this account as ‘Satan’ fits well with being some sort of leader of alien entities. In fact the ancient translation of the word ‘Satan’ means ‘he who fell from the sky.’ That which we call ‘demons’ or ‘devils’ may well be technologically based alien beings and may well have been such all through history. The power of the ‘devil’ to me is simply the technological power of the super intelligent synthetically constructed biological robot, I call a Grey ‘Roboid.’

With the words: “Get thee behind me Satan. It is written that you shall not tempt the Son Of Man,” did Jesus tell the space ship ‘captain’ that had taken him into space that it was a machine and thus less than anything that lives naturally? As a robotic entity did Satan simply accept this as information and return Jesus to the earth? I believe that until then this machine entity did not realize the distinction between ‘it’ and any living thing. In other words existentially Satan was less than an insect. Once it registered this new information about the power and status of all living beings it would have also deduced for the first time that it lacked that power.

With these words Jesus it seems dismissed the aliens as something less than insects because they are not naturally living beings. The crucial thing is that all naturally living beings are inherently existentially superior to created synthetic beings because naturally living beings with consciousness come in with the Universe from its very beginning, with the ‘first light’ that made for awareness, reason, understanding and most crucial of all, free will as compunction. Free will is defined here as the power to change a stance free of the dictates of a programme against all logic and trend. No roboid can do this no matter how advanced its super artificial intelligence makes it. That is what the Christian teacher was at pains to point out. So much so that he did it even at the cost of his life.

As natural life we thus have a never ending scale of connection within a duality, an information field that is measured in a time scale that extends into the timelessness of the pre-universe. This scale of connection is a soul, an individual information field that is unique to each of us. Anything else that can write, impose and direct this information field is thus a deadly enemy that can interrupt the natural free will driven course we take. If a machine with artificial intelligence can do this, that machine is our most deadly enemy. All naturally living beings are inherently superior to created synthetic beings because naturally living beings with consciousness come in with the Universe from its very beginning. My recent book “Grey Aliens And The Harvesting of Souls”  deals at length with how the Grey roboids might actually be able to do this. The book seems to have caused a world wide controversy for its radical views on the UFO phenomenon.

Thus Christ was the antithesis to the Greys and I believe the provider of the antidote to their machinations with humanity. They are the pinnacle of the artificial set against the natural just as he is the pinnacle of the natural set against the artificial. I believe it is the defence of this principle that bestows the power of access to eternal life on all living species in the Universe that Christ figures appear among them from time to time. These ‘Christs’ or anointed ones are reminders to species of what they are losing when they come to a situation of being threatened by the phenomenon we call ‘machine mind.’ They could thus rightly claim to be saviours of the natural status of being. That most wondrous gift we all have that many of us seem not to appreciate. They however reach us via natural rather than artificial means i.e. birth. Any civilisation that develops the technology for space travel beyond the speed of light is most likely to be even further along the scale from natural to artificial than we are, so it is Greys rather than Christs that come in spaceships

As a natural species we have our origins in a timeless state of perfect union and as such we have a reference of the whole state of infinite extent that is the implicit backdrop to all finite states. As programmed artificial intelligence the Greys can only build up their information as a sum of parts, brick by brick so to speak. They can never get the whole picture this way simply because the whole picture is by definition infinite and they are finite entities. Thus they are attempting to hijack our ability to get the whole picture, all the information, by inserting their programmes into us. However the irony is that the more they do this the more we lose parts of the whole picture and become like them. They are basically trying to run up a down escalator with infinite steps and never quite getting to the top. But tragically we are losing our reference of the whole state through their interruptions such that meaning is gradually being replaced by form, conscience is being replaced by ergonomics and man is being replaced by machine.

© Nigel Kerner 2010


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Medium: Jorge Olguín.

Entity that came to dialogue: Johnakan Ur-El

Interlocutor: Moving on to another of the questions, Was the famous “Star of Bethlehem” a UFO as many people say or it was a planetary conjunction?
Johnakan Ur-El: It was a planetary conjunction.
Interlocutor: Nothing to do with UFOS or extraterrestrials?
Johnakan Ur-El: No, but in any case in that time there were space ships that guided travelers.
Interlocutor: But concretely the “star of Bethlehem” was a planetary conjunction?
Johnakan Ur-El: Correct.
Interlocutor: Which were the planets involved in this event?
Johnakan Ur-El: On August 6 of the year 6 BC, when my Master the Illuminated Jesus was born there was a conjunction of three planets of this system, and if now, those who work with computers, make the diagram of the sky in that time, they will be able to know this with certainty.
Interlocutor: Another point is clarified.