Glitch (Part 5 of 6) Science And Religion Both Agree…. Reality Isn’t What You Think It Is


The two voices in the ear of mankind, often at odds with each other, are science and religion. They compete for the hearts and minds of all mankind but on this subject, they seem to agree; our reality is not as real as we think it is.

Let’s examine for a moment what science and religion have to say about the glitches we see in reality and if, in fact, we may be living in the matrix.

Computer Code Found In The Equations Of Reality

Physicists James Gates made a discovery while working on a branch of physics called supersymmetry. He discovered a computer code entangled in the equations. Quite unexpectedly his team found what is called, “Doubly-even self-dual linear binary error-correcting block codes.” These codes are commonly used to remove errors in computer transmissions, to correct errors in a sequence of bits representing data that has been sent across a medium.

“Error-correcting codes are what make internet browsers work, so why were they in the equations that describe quarks, leptons, and supersymmetry?

Finding that type of code in a universe that is not computed is “extremely unlikely,” Gates said.

The code had a second strange connection; we know who invented it, a man named Claude E. Shannon.

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“My mind wanders around and I conceive of different things day and night. Like a science fiction writer, I’m thinking, what if it were like this?” Claude E. Shannon

Shannon’s M.I.T. Master’s Thesis in Electrical Engineering has been called the most important of the 20th century. In it, the 22-year-old Shannon showed how the logical algebra of 19th-century mathematician George Boole could be implemented using electronic circuits of relays and switches.


Christianity Is Hinting At A Reality Less Rigid

The laws that govern reality can be suspended says the Bible, a book that is at the core of the worlds 3 largest religions. These scriptures indicate that the laws of nature can be suspended, that reality can be directly controlled outside of standard means.

Luke 17:6 (ESV)
And the Lord said, “If you had faith like a grain of mustard seed, you could say to this mulberry tree, ‘Be uprooted and planted in the sea,’ and it would obey you.

Matthew 17:20 (ESV)
20 He said to them, “Because of your little faith. For truly, I say to you, if you have faith like a grain of mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move, and nothing will be impossible for you.”

Joshua 10:12-13 (KJV)
12 Then spake Joshua to the Lord in the day when the Lord delivered up the Amorites before the children of Israel, and he said in the sight of Israel, Sun, stand thou still upon Gibeon; and thou, Moon, in the valley of Ajalon. 13 And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies. Is not this written in the book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day.

And it goes without saying: The word Matrix is in the Bible 5 times.

https://realitydecoded.blog/2020/03/14/fact-according-to-the-bible-you-come-from-the-matrix/


The Reality Defying Double-Slit Experiment

One of the most famous experiments in physics is the double slit experiment. It demonstrates that particles of matter behave as waves until observed. The very act of observation alters the behavior of the particles.

Is this proof that the reality we live in, is the Matrix?


The Simulation Hypothesis

The simulation hypothesis was introduced by Nicholas Bostrom, a British philosopher, in 2003. Simply put, the hypothesis states that there is a likelihood that advanced future civilizations would run equally advanced computer simulations of past civilizations. Much like we play video games using simulated ancient populations, they might also do the same just with much more technologically advanced systems.

“The strongest argument for us being in a simulation, is the following: 40 years ago, we had Pong, two rectangles and a dot…That is what games were. Now, 40 years later, we have photorealistic 3D simulations with millions of people playing simultaneously, and it’s getting better every year. And soon we’ll have virtual reality, augmented reality. If you assume any rate of improvement at all, the games will become indistinguishable from reality.” Elon Musk


Reality Is A Construct Based On A More Complex Atomic Structure

The world is real but what you see with your eyes is a placeholder for something far more complex. This is the same way a web page works, you browse the page and it downloads complex code that displays images on the screen, this allows you to interact with the real code through those images. The actual code looks nothing like what’s on the screen but is, in fact, more real than what you are seeing.


Consciousness Controls The Simulation

The notion that “consciousness creates reality” indicates a shared simulation where every living mind contributes to an interactive “Reality Generating” machine or computer.

Consciousness is what we use to control our body and our body is used to control the world. We are not yet able to fully determine where consciousness exists and how it manipulates our physical form but we do know that matter, in general, is made of the same material. Since consciousness can control the matter we recognize as our bodies then it may also be able to control the matter around us.

“I regard consciousness as fundamental. I regard matter as derivative from consciousness. We cannot get behind consciousness. Everything that we talk about, everything that we regard as existing, postulates consciousness.”
– Max Planck, the theoretical physicist who originated quantum theory, which won him the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1918

“Looking for consciousness in the brain is like looking in the radio for the announcer.” – Nasseim Haramein, Director of Research for the Resonance Project

Your brain hallucinates your conscious reality

So, there you have it, the greatest scientific minds of our times and the most powerful religions both speaking about how reality really works. You decide if they have the credibility to prove if our reality is possibly the Matrix. Each post in this six-part series is going to push what you believe to the limit so be ready.

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28 comments

  1. I am missing part 4, can you link it back for me?

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  2. So far, you have only convinced me that I am no less sane than anyone else, even if I cannot understand quantum mechanics or higher mathematics, and certainly not the bible. I do understand consciousness somewhat, and I know this would be a very different world if we living beings were all at a similar level of consciousness. But we are not, and so the world is falling apart…

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  3. This stuff is very interesting.

    Do you believe in witchcraft / related phenomenon?
    You should check out the tapes of John Todd, ex-illuminati who was raised into witchcraft. He made several speeches but eventually he was thrown into a mental institution – of course, if you listen to the tapes, he sounds perfectly sane, so that alone is pretty suspect. It’s an interesting perspective on it all.

    If there’s one thing that’s for sure, it’s that we still know next to nothing about reality / how things really are, despite how much people might like to believe that we’ve figured everything out.

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  4. Is it possible we just have this vivid imagination, quirked into looking for answers where there are none, but finding explanation based on the directions we seek? Everyone seems to find a plausible explanation based on how they observe them. When I was a believer, I strongly felt that we would create our own heavens and futures based on what we believed. This was an attempt (or causation) from my exploration into armchair physics—A physics that tied it all together religiously for me. Although in reality those experiments do not predict the human condition. They change gears in the micro and macro world. Super fun to contemplate. Superb post Lander! Best ever..

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  5. (Re: Jim) We do create our own experiences in our sleeping dreams. In our waking dreams (ordinary reality) we have to consider all the other beings that are dreaming collectively with us. I think spiritual beings keep us from making a complete disaster of this world, and that at some point our collective dream with change drastically.

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  6. I think the scriptures about the moving the mountain and mulberry tree are allegorical, but I could be wrong. Immanuel Valikocvscky (I think I’ve misspelled that) found evidence that Joshua’s long day really did happen. He said it had to do with Planet X passing earth at that moment.

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  7. “Consciousness is what we use to control our body and our body is used to control the world. We are not yet able to fully determine where consciousness exists and how it manipulates our physical form but we do know that matter, in general, is made of the same material. Since consciousness can control the matter we recognize as our bodies then it may also be able to control the matter around us.”

    Yet the following articles claim that actions precede consciousness awareness of our actions:

    Brain Scanners Can See Your Decisions Before You Make Them

    Brain makes decisions before you even know it

    If true, that would indicate that consciousness is an artifact of neural activity, rather than a drive — no?

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    • You Stated — “Yet the following articles claim that actions precede consciousness awareness of our actions:”

      My Response — The claims made in those articles state that the brain makes a decision in some regions before notifying the region that governs awareness.

      It could be that all the regions combined are consciousness or that they have found something that can read the sub-consciousness.

      Either way we are looking at a physical brain (made of energy) controlling a physical body (made of energy). It may just be a matter of time before we connect the dots of how to extend that control to the energy around us (the physical world).

      So you are either correct or the opposite is true and they are the same.

      My question is this: How is energy typing responses to the energy (you) asking questions?

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      • I sense we’re addressing two different issues. My interest isn’t in how the brain controls your physical movements; it’s in what prompts your brain to make decisions that lead to taking action. If the claims made in those articles are correct, your awareness of your decisions is quite literally just an afterthought and you have no conscious control over how you act. That is to say, regardless of whether or not you are conscious of what’s happening, it appears that your actions are ultimately influenced by outside forces and no less deterministic than the trajectory taken by a pool ball after the player makes his shot.

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        • I get that but what I’m saying is that both aspects of what came first are from the same grey matter.

          I think we are agreeing up to the point of how you view “outside forces”. In this case I see “outside forces” as being the same human brain that a moment later becomes aware of the action.

          Do you agree or do you see “outside force” as a truly external source, that’s not part of that body in anyway?

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          • Fair question. By “outside forces” I normally mean both the neurochemical reactions occurring within your body and the environmental influences acting upon your body.

            But for the purposes of this discussion I’m focused on the first.

            For instance, setting aside outside constraints on my menu options, is my choice on what to eat for dinner freely made or does some — unbeknownst or otherwise — physiochemical process influence my decision-making process? IOW, if the sight of boiled cabbage makes me gag, do I really have a choice?

            In fact, is it possible to make an informed decision if no one choice is preferable to another? And if so, on what basis would such a decision be made?

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            • You Asked — “is my choice on what to eat for dinner freely made”

              My Answer — It is, you can choose to eat anything, even dirt. There is no way not to have a choice 😉 and there most likely has never been a time that you couldn’t choose. The absence of choice might not even exist.

              You Asked — “if the sight of boiled cabbage makes me gag, do I really have a choice?”

              My Answer — You do. You could choose to close your eyes and eat.

              You Asked — “In fact, is it possible to make an informed decision if no one choice is preferable to another? — And if so, on what basis would such a decision be made?”

              My Response — Yes. The mind can make worlds within worlds of thought to process any kind of data using imagination, happens all the time to overcome limitations we find within the available choices and solutions we currently have. (Meditation is also a key)

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              • The argument isn’t whether or not we have choices — this much is true — but whether or not the ability to make those choices is available to everyone. I’m proposing that hidden physiological traits may hinder one’s ability to make choices in the same manner that visible mental or physical handicaps hinder a person’s ability to make choices.

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                • You Stated — “but whether or not the ability to make those choices is available to everyone.”

                  My Response — I would need an example of a choice that is not available to an individual.

                  You Stated — “I’m proposing that hidden physiological traits may hinder one’s ability to make choices”

                  My Response — Name one that we can examine.

                  You Stated — “physical handicaps hinder a person’s ability to make choices.”

                  My Response — There is no handicap that hinders the ability to “make a choice” but a handicap does hinder making said choice into reality. It could take more time, money resources, etc to walk on the moon but it’s still an option even though we can’t fly or breath in space.

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                  • A hindered choice is not a choice — it’s an unfulfillable desire. The blind cannot ‘choose’ to become sighted. The deaf cannot ‘choose’ to become non-deaf. The dumb cannot ‘choose’ to make themselves speak. The paraplegic cannot ‘choose’ to make herself walk. The invalid cannot choose to heal himself. The epileptic cannot choose to control his seizures. The person with Tourette’s cannot choose to control his tics. The cancer patient cannot ‘choose’ to become non-cancerous. etc., etc.

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                    • So, you see the absence of (a select group of choices) within a select group of people and conclude that choice itself must be absent from 100% of all people.

                      You are saying that, If you can’t choose absolutely 100% of everything — then there must not be any choice at all.

                      If you don’t agree then I can’t blame you because you had no choice but to disagree Oo

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                    • No. That’s not at all what I am saying. I’m saying that physical handicaps provide sufficient evidence that consciousness alone cannot exert control over physical matter. A person with physical or mental handicaps cannot simply will themselves to lose those handicaps.

                      So the statement I quoted in my opening comment (“Since consciousness can control the matter we recognize as our bodies then it may also be able to control the matter around us.”) is demonstrably false.

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