#12 - MED - The Mandela Effect is an alarm signal coming from the Source
Hello once again, this is JLL with Gnostic Intel on the internet. It's the 18th of March 2017 and I'm here with some splainin’ to do. The main point of this talk being how how the Mandela Effect operates as an alarm signal coming from the “source”.
And you'll note that I put the source in quotes. In the description you'll find a link to a talk entitled, The Tragedy of the Mother. Content of that talk is extremely pertinent to this moment in the investigation, and in fact to the overall perspective in development as this investigation proceeds. So you might want to go and listen to that talk when you have the time to do so. You will find, among other things, that it specifies a difference between the local source and the remote source of life.
That distinction is extremely pertinent to the current talk and to what's coming. So let's get straight to the heart of the subject and return to the scene of the crime, as it were, using again that particular metaphor. The terrarium, which is also a metaphor, is a place where life unfolds and there's trouble in the terrarium, as I explained in previous talk number 11.
So let's look more closely at the situation here. What's wrong with the divine experiment? Let's recall that there are three components to the setup of the experiment. The first is the ground setting, or what is usually called the habitat. And this in itself consists of three parts. There is terra, the actual ground where the experiment happens, flora, the plant life that luxuriantly covers the ground, including everything from tiny little purple flowers in the field to vast banyan trees and sequoia trees in vast jungles. And thirdly, there is the atmosphere.
So you have the earth, the plants, and the atmosphere. That's the first component of this experiment. The second component is the animal life, the fauna, and that consists also or includes insects, and reptiles and fish and birds, many different kinds of species, which are all called by particular names. For instance, birds are the avian species, the reptilian species for snakes, canine species for dogs, feline species for cats, equine species for horses. So there are millions of species in the terrarium, or the domed laboratory if you prefer that metaphor.
Bear in mind, by the way, that using metaphors is part of the Gnostic method of instruction, which includes of course self-instruction, self-education. And using metaphors fluidly and dexterously is proof that you're good at this method. So you can float various metaphors such as the terrarium, the crime scene, the domed laboratory. Float them around and use them and mix them if you wish, use them to your liking if they are helpful to work your mind in a profitable manner, to work your mind and use your mind in an intelligent and profitable way. But as you use these metaphors, which to some extent may go into mythopoetic dimensions, bear in mind when you are speaking, not in metaphors.
For example, when I say terrarium or the crime scene, I’m using metaphors. But when I say divine experiment, hey, that ain't no metaphor. That is an exact and literal description of what is happening here. And that's how it works in the Gnostic method. Now to return to the principle subject, we come to factor three in the divine experiment. The Rhome, that particular species that is intended to be the main subject of the experiment.
Rhome can be described as a genomic identity. But it’s also material. There is a genomic plasm. Each animal species, such as the wolf or the lamb, has a genomic plasm, a particular genomic signature, and miraculously, from that plasm, which is a material base of the species, the individual animal members of the species are generated. Likewise, the Rhome is generically a genomic plasm, and out of that plasm, the DNA of the Rhome, as it were, emerge the individual specimens. Now I'm calling them cells. They are cells of the genome, but they are also, they also appear and take form as individual creatures.
Now let's recall, let's review and refine and embellish somewhat the perspective in the previous talk, number 11. The cosmic designer is looking into the terrarium, looking down into the domed laboratory, and observing what is happening in the development of the experiment. And what does the designer see? Well, there's some trouble in the experiment. There are various kinds of trouble.
For one thing, it notices that there is waste and pollution scattered across the landscape of the environment. Now that's somewhat troubling, because the creatures in the environment are so designed that if they operate normally, they can handle their own waste. The waste is recycled within the sealed vessel of the experiment, the hermetic vessel, there’s another metaphor. In the hermetic vessel of this experiment, the waste produced by the life processes of various entities is consumed and recycled, sometimes by other entities. But the designer looking in notices that due to the activity of the Rhome, there's a considerable degree of waste and pollution in the atmosphere that has not been properly recycled. Well, this is troubling when we make a note of that, but that can be corrected, say.
Secondly, there's another disturbing feature. The designer sees that the Rhome, that particular species, uses its unusual gifts of creativity and its ability to construct things, to fabricate or construct, it's using these talents which are inborn to the genomic identity in rather destructive ways. For instance, it is extracting ores and resources from the environment, from the ground setting of the experiment, and it's constructing tools of destruction out of those raw materials. And it's using those tools, which we call weapons, to wreak harm on, among themselves. The Rhome are wreaking harm among themselves, they are causing mass murder and mayhem using these weapons that they have constructed from the mineral ores that the environment provides for them.
Well that's also pretty disturbing. Then again, remember that I said that the the Rhome was conceived as a highly social organism. So even though individual cells of the Rhome can exist, they can be self-sustaining, the tendency of that creature is to cluster together into social groups. And sometimes the clustering can reach a very high magnitude of millions of the creatures of this species gathering together.
The designer looks closely into the social behavior of the Rhome and sees that there is deranged activity. Many of the specimens of the Rhome are at odds with each other. There is conflict, there is division, there are groups within the massive cellular clustering which are fighting with each other rather than cooperating. This is like cells or organs of a body fighting with each other rather than cooperating. And so all in all, what the cosmic designer sees upon examining the terrarium around the ninth hour of the day, ninth hour of the evening, that would be the twenty-first hour of the day, is that the natural rule of symbiosis which is built into the design of the experiment is being disrupted, seriously disrupted, by this one species, the main subject, the Rhome.
But all of these observations are merely signs of the trouble, they are not the causes of the trouble. The The prime designer wants to know the cause and in order to do that it has to scan more deeply with its divine observational faculties. I'll be talking a lot about the scanning faculties of the cosmic designer in the immediate talks to come. Let's just establish for now, let's just allow that due to its divine and supernatural status, this entity or force or power, whatever we're going to call it, can actually scan into the microscopic and molecular depth of the experiment.
That means that it can even take one individual subject, one creature of the Rhome species and scan it down to the level of its neuro-chemical circuits. Now, the prime designer is really interested, of course, in the neuro-chemical circuits of the Rhome. Why is that? Well, because it's partly due to the design of the brain and the cerebral functions of the Rhome that it is such an exceptional creature. It is not necessarily superior to any of the other animals in the experiment, but it is exceptional in the design of its faculties, and a lot of that exceptionality is focused in the structure of its cerebral makeup of its brain.
So what does the designer of the experiment naturally do? It makes a close observation of the cerebral functions of the Rhome to see what could be causing it to behave in such a deranged manner, to pollute the environment, to create weapons of destruction, to work against the natural symbiosis of life, and to be in intercellular division and intercellular conflict to the degree where the whole life of that species is under threat of self-annihilation. What is causing these self-destructive behaviors?
So the prime designer looks closely and that's when it detects the blight. Because the blight, the mold in the experiment, is not necessarily spread across the environment, like mildew might be spread across a rug, or mold might be spread across a large wall. No, the blight of the experiment is carried by the primary subject.
It is interior. It is a blight within the makeup of this Rhome creature, and the prime designer can observe that. And what it sees, at the neurochemical level, doing a deep anatomical scan, what it sees is a kind of parasitic infection in the mind of the Rhome. And this parasitic infection, which is the subject of the next talk, number 13, is actually material. It is actually a material kind of mold which has infected the primary organism of the divine experiment.
Now, the question that arises is, what does the cosmic designer do at this point? What are the options? Now you might think, well, since this cosmic designer, this divine or supernatural being of whatever nature it is, whoever it is, whatever name you might attach to it, since it designed the experiment in the first place, why doesn't it just intervene and clean up the mess? Why doesn't it just act upon the main subject directly and modify its behavior so that it returns to the ideal possibilities of the experiment?
Well, it can't do that because remember the condition that I noted earlier. The purpose of the experiment from the viewpoint of the designer is to see how it unfolds on its own terms. And so the possibilities of intervention, and that's the operative word, are limited. It doesn't want to intervene, but at the same time, it wants to see the situation corrected, or maybe it can intervene in some limited way so that it doesn’t interfere with the natural development within the experiment. Now, that's a possibility. How could it do that? How could it intervene without interfering?
The topic of divine intervention, by the way, is a key subject in the background of this investigation. And if you go to Mythophrenia and look at the ten-pack, you'll find that a number of the talks and texts presented there deal with this subject of divine intervention.
The cosmic designer of the experiment is faced with an option, you could say, an opportunity for divine intervention, but how does it execute that opportunity? That is the question. I just might point out that another delightful aspect of the Gnostic method of teaching and learning consists in the discipline of asking questions. And when you practice this method in the way I'm demonstrating, you come to ask amazing questions. And these amazing questions produce amazing answers. Following that discipline, which is purely Gnostic, you avoid speculation and fabulation, you avoid going down rabbit holes, you avoid wild conjecture and fabulation of impossible and ungrounded scenarios. You stay on the course to truth by asking better and better questions. And so you see we're asking questions here, and the main question might be this.
Well, is it possible for the cosmic designer to warn the Rhome that something is wrong in the experiment? Does the Rhome know that something is wrong? Maybe it notices that it is not acting in harmony with the symbiosis of life that is evident throughout all the rest of the divine experiment. Sure, maybe it notices, or some members of the species do notice that, but do they notice the blight? Do they notice the parasitical infection that is at the basis of this derangement of their behavior.
How can the cosmic designer send a warning signal to the Rhome regarding the critical state of the experiment? How can it breakthrough with a signal? What conditions are required for the cosmic designer, the originator of the experiment, to reach the prime subject of the experiment? See, this is an amazing question. Now don't speculate about this question. Hold your mind in check. Don't go off on a tangent and invent some groundless notion about what can or cannot be done. Just hold to the question and sustain the question within the overall scenario, within the narrative.
You see, we're developing a narrative here, right? It's a narrative about an experiment in a domed laboratory, which may be compared to a terrarium setup, and which also may be compared by another metaphor to a crime scene, because there has been a crime committed here. Something has gone wrong, but all the clues in the world don't count if you don't know what the crime is.
Well, we're getting some idea of what the crime is by the imaginative exercise of putting yourself in the position of the designer of the divine and supernatural power who designed the experiment you're living in. By doing that, you're getting some idea of the crime that has been committed, namely, some kind of blight, an infection or mold has taken hold of the primary organism in this experiment, causing it to behave in a deranged way.
This is a situation that needs correction. This is a crime that needs to be solved. And what I leave you with at the end of this talk is the question, if the Mandela effect is a warning signal coming from the cosmic designer, coming from the source of this experiment, how does that signal reach the human mind and how does the human mind know that it is being signaled and how does it decode the content of that signal?
So in conclusion, I assert that the QED, what is to be demonstrated here, is the way that the divine designer constructs a signal and transmits it to the human mind, because obviously Rhome is the human species. In fact, Rhome is the Coptic name for humanity.
So I may conclude by saying that the narrative so far tells us that humanity has been designed so that it can receive the signal, but can it decode the message contained in the signal? I'll leave you with that question. And until the next time, may your attention be rewarded by the truth.