#11 - MED - Trouble in the Terrarium A divine experiment gone wrong
Just a quick note before I begin, I had originally opened this clip with a recording of Nat King Cole singing Nature Boy, which I pulled off YouTube. And as I was loading the clip, I got a notice for the first time about a copyright infringement issue or intellectual property issue or something like that.
I'm really new to YouTube and so I don't know the ropes so well. I understand what the issue is. This is the first time I've ever had direct experience of it. In any case, I read the information provided and they said it was no big deal but and that I could keep the clip on, the opening lines of that beautiful, lovely, tender song, if I accepted to have the site monetized or if I would allow advertising.
Well, in 15 years on the Internet, I've never monetized, I've never allowed advertising, and I never will. So I'm taking off the clip and you will find a link to it in the description. I advise that you listen to the song. It's appropriate for the mood of what I have to say and for the experiment in which we are engaged here. So that’s how you live and learn and that’s how things go on youtube. So here begins the talk at the point where the recording of the song ended.
Hello again, this is JLL with Gnostic Intel on the Internet. It's the 17th of March 2017 and I’m here to tell you about trouble in the terrarium. I take this as a pretty good metaphor for the main leading message of the investigation now underway. And by the way I want to thank you all for coming in and subscribing and for your genial and instructive comments. I would say the investigation is going pretty well, just after a little more than a month.
By the way, that opening song was, of course, the incomparable Nat King Cole singing Nature Boy. Nat King Cole, now there's black excellence. There's black genius that matters. There’s black elegance. And that song might be taken as kind of the theme song for the entire series I'll be doing on this channel.
So I'll return to it from time to time. Right now you just might relish the line about the greatest thing you can ever learn: to love and be loved in return. Well, I think that's a superb statement coming in that beautiful lyric song. And it has great relevance to your commitment to this investigation. It has great relevance because if you love to learn, or I could say, the more you love to learn, the better chance you have to enter the Super-learning event.
Remember that I propose that the investigation of the Mandela Effect as to its origin, its purpose, and the way it works is the foundation course for the Super-learning event. I remind you that I said in talk number 9 that my intention is to reach you and make some sense, simple enough. And I said a little bit about how I teach, and maybe you're getting the hang of it, maybe you're getting the feel of my technique. It's open and transparent.
I always state my claims openly. Another way to define these claims is to put them in the category of QED. Now that's an old Latin acronym and it stands for what is to be demonstrated. What is to be demonstrated right now is the origin of the Mandela effect, what causes it. And also along with that claim, along with that intention, goes another intention. It's actually a double intention.
The other intention is to describe the origin of the divine experiment. So you put those two claims together, it comes out like this. The USO, the unidentified supernatural origin of the Mandela Effect, is also at the source of the divine experiment in which you are embedded and in which you live, whether you know it or not. So what I am claiming at the outset is that the Mandela effect is a signal being sent into the divine experiment by whatever created the experiment in the first place. Clear enough?
However, let's look at the syntax of that assertion. I use the word created, but that is not correct in Gnostic terms. The experiment that you are in on the planet Earth has not been created by a creator God. There is no creation as such in the Gnostic cosmology. Gnostics did not speak of creation as such. They spoke of emanation, which they compared to a process of dreaming.
So you will find that I don't use the word creation and I will assert to you from the very beginning of this experiment that you will happily leave it behind. You will happily delete the term creator from your mind in the course of this investigation. You will not have to refer to a creator, the creator, the supreme being, in your mind ever again. You can delete that syntax. It will not get you to the truth and essence of what is actually happening in this world and in your life.
So, this is a good thing, this is an exciting thing, if I may say so, to consider complete elimination of that concept, creation and creator. The USO, or the Unidentified Supernatural Origin of this experiment, did not create the experiment. It would be more accurate to say that that entity, or force, as it shall come to be more described, more clearly described, designed this experiment. Think of what you used to call the creator as a designer, like a scientist who designs an experiment. Take that metaphor on board for a moment and just relish it, just enjoy it, savor it. Just think there is a cosmic designer behind the world in which you find yourself, the entire world, behind the earth on which you stand, behind the stars and the surrounding cosmos.
And within the cosmos also is this mysterious cosmic designer, which you never need to call God or the Supreme Being or the Creator, because those names are not intimate enough to put you in direct contact with that designer. Another way to define a Gnostic, and you might consider yourself to be a Gnostic in training, an apprentice Gnostic, is to say that is someone who is on intimate terms with the divine and the supernatural, intimate terms with the forces of the divine and the supernatural that play through the universe. Do you want to be on intimate terms with them? That is how a Gnostic lives. That is how a Gnostic knows what he or she knows.
There is no faith involved here. Gnosis is not a belief system, it is a proof system. It is a form of experimental mysticism in which you prove every single thing to yourself, but you do it within a framework which is generic and universal to all others who are in the Gnostic path. So the QED here is simple.
The cosmic designer of the divine experiment is sending a signal into the experiment and even more precisely is sending a signal to the main subjects of the experiment. Now this is a pretty big proposition and many, many questions arise just in sitting back and looking at the picture so far. Of course they do.
Now I realize, believe me I do, that some of you upon hearing my words may be balking a little bit and scratching yourselves and saying, well what the hell, if he knows who designed the experiment we're in and how it came to be designed, why doesn't he just come out and say so? And then we'll know and we can make up our minds if we like it or not.
Well, it's as if I was inviting you to an eight-course meal. I invite you into the dining room, the moment has come to begin serving the meal, and suppose you say to me, well, I don't want an eight-course meal, I just have a big bucket here. You take everything that's in the eight courses, from the opener to the dessert, pile it all together in the bucket, and I will come and eat it by handfuls out of the bucket. Well, that's not a very gracious or civilized way to behave, is it?
So I implore you not to expect that, because you're not going to get that. And I encourage you to be patient and determined as we proceed. And the way we proceed right now at this moment is using the metaphor of trouble in the terrarium. One way to get your mind around the proposition of the divine experiment is to put yourself in the place of the designer. So let's do that together. Let's imagine that we are, let's say, a team of scientists and we're to conduct an experiment.
And the environment of the experiment is a terrarium. So we make a terrarium. And we supply it with earth and water and the elements of the atmosphere. And in those elements there are nutrients and there are metals and ores that can be extracted and constructed into different things. We design the experiment intricately so that the environment or the setting is rich in possibilities. Then the second ingredient is we filled the terrarium with many, many different species, with turtles and elephants and creeping animals and insects and amoeba and microscopic life and also large animals like giraffes and whales in the ocean, fill the whole terrarium with a myriad of species who we design in such a way that they live in a symbiotic harmony with each other. That doesn't mean that there are not conflicts between these species, but the conflicts tend to balance out in a larger overall picture of symbiosis.
So those are the first two elements of the construction of the terrarium, right? The ground setting, which includes atmosphere and water. The menagerie of millions and millions of fantastic and fascinating species, that's the second factor, and then, and then comes the third factor. We add, or we insert into the terrarium the main subject of the experiment, and that is what? Well it’s another species, but it’s a particular species different from the others which are already there.
Let’s give it a name. Let’s give it a name from coptic language, and we'll call it the RHOME. R-H-O-M-E. The RHOME. So, the cosmic designer has designed an entity, has designed an organism called the RHOME, which is to be the main subject of this experiment. We insert the Rhome into the environment, in conditions which are ideal for its development, and then from that moment it's hands-off.
The cosmic designer, or in this case the team of designers, you and I, don't want to interfere with the development of the Rhome because the purpose of the experiment is to see how it evolves on its own terms based on the talents and capacities that we have endowed in that creature, the talents and capacities that are inherent to its genomic design. So the Rrome has special characteristics that the other animals and creatures in the terrarium don't have.
I'm not going to list them now, that would be a subject of a separate talk. But one obvious one is ability for symbolic and verbal communication. Now other animals have that as well, but the Rhome has a super dose of the capacity for symbolic and verbal communication. And the cosmic designers are really interested to see what it will do with its inborn talents.
So the cosmic designers do not have a predetermined outcome for the divine experiment. They are not like creator gods who are omniscient and know the beginning, middle and end of everything that the Rhome will do. The Rhome being the primary subject of the experiment. It's obviously a human-like creature. ok?
Now, obviously I could elaborate further on this metaphor, but I want to move ahead rapidly here, so I’m going to fast forward ahead in this description to the point where something goes wrong in the terrarium. Now let's suppose that the cosmic designer has a system for the experiment, for observing it, for monitoring the experiment. And let's say that this is the system.
In every 24 hours it will check the experiment at each hour exactly. And then when 24 hours are done, on the basis of how the experiment has developed and the conditions that have been produced within the environment given to the Rhome, depending on how the Rhome has adapted itself to the environment or if it hasn't, and also depending upon how the particular cells of the Rhome interact with each other, depending on all that, at the 24-hour point, the cosmic designer does a selection process, selects out of the experiment, in the terrarium, those elements which are most successful, in terms of the Rhome’s gifts and eliminates those parts of the experiment which are not successful and then it begins another day with an optimal advantage, because the Rhome is now evolving in the second day of the experiment with all the positive advantages and lessons it has learned in the first day. And so the experiment has an escalating syntropic spiral. It just gets better and better. It's designed to get better and better.
But wait, hold on. Let's say that in a given day of the experiment it gets to be around, oh, eight or nine o'clock in the evening, that is to say maybe three hours before the end of the day when the experiment would be reorganized, let's say reformatted, based on the positive gains of that day, clear enough. It gets around to that hour and the cosmic designer, peering into the terrarium notices that something is wrong. What does the cosmic designer see? What do we see as the team of scientists leaning over this great domed laboratory? It's a metaphor I'll be picking up later on.
Leaning over this great domed laboratory and looking down with the observational powers of divine beings, and what do they see? They see trouble. They see, well, let's call it what it is. There's a blight on the experiment, a blight, ok? It's something like, you know, mildew, you know, mold.
The Petri dish, if you want to use that analogy, which of course readily comes to mind, the Petri dish of this divine experiment has developed a mold, materially, there is a mold in the experiment. And as the cosmic designers observe even closer, bear in mind that they have faculties that allow them to observe in minute and microscopic detail the organisms in the terrarium as well as to penetrate into the anatomy of those organisms. They have a kind of x-ray vision. They can see the anatomy of the organisms and they see that this blight or mold has actually infected the anatomy of the Rhome. This is a really trouble. And then when they step back a little bit and observe the social behavior of the Rhome, they see something equally disturbing.
Now consider that the Rhome is the name for the genomic identity of the main subject of the experiment. It's a species of particular attributes. And bear in mind that the cosmic designers conceived the Rhome to be a social organism. So when they look into the terrarium, what they see is that across the environmental setting that they have provided for the Rhome, where it lives with other species of many, many kinds, across that environmental setting, the Rhome tend to cluster in groups, in masses.
So each individual Rhome, each individual creature of this genomic design, of this genetic design, is like one cell of the entire species of the Rhome. And the cosmic designers can observe the intercellular activity, in plain English, that is the social behavior of the individual members of that species. And here they discover something, here they detect something also disturbing, indicating there is trouble in the terrarium.
Not only is there an actual mold infecting the environment which has penetrated into the organism of the main subject, but it has caused deranged behavior. And so they observe that the intercellular actions of the clusters of the Rhome, in some cases there are clusters of 10 million, 20 million cells of the Rhome in a cluster that these inter-activities, interactions are disturbed and violent and not showing the good results of the experiment.
So there it is, trouble in the terrarium. And now the next question is, what can the cosmic designers do about it? Well I believe the answer to that question to the following talk, which is number 12, to follow closely upon this one. And in the meantime, may your attention be rewarded by the truth.