Once I said “Maybe it’s magi-k”, but my demonstration was hard to follow and convoluted. Here I will draw you a forbidden constellation of knowledge, and the next time you tweet “illuminati confirmed”, maybe you won’t be so sarcastic about it.
PTSD is an often overlooked syndrome in response to prolonged traumatization. Although everybody experiences trauma to some extent, in other cases instances of trauma can be used to quite nefarious effect.
When a DJ plays an electronic music set, he has a special goal: to bring the audience, indeed the whole venue, into the umbrella of his music. When he is doing his job especially well, the boundary between him and his audience and the music itself begins to blur – if he is a good DJ, he can sense the engagement of the crowd, how well he is drawing them into his musical dimension, whether they are enthralled. The signal he gets from the crowd ought to mediate his performance, elsewise he risks breaking the ‘spell’.
If psychology’s own framework of understanding is contradicting the observable evidence and simultaneously failing to explain the phenomena it seeks to treat, clearly we have a very big problem as a culture differentiating what is real from what is not
A couple of years ago, an anonymous personage asked whether I accepted that the world stage and the news media are totally fictional chimeras orchestrated by ‘The Powers That Be’. I said that mass orchestration was too complex to be real, that executing such a scheme was impossible. “You are so naïve,” replied the anonymous user, entertained, unperturbed; “not only is mass orchestration real, but the evidence is right in front of you…even as we speak”.
Some say the universe is a hologram….I wonder if a hologram is alike to a simulation. Some say the universe is a simulation. But I think a hologram is a much better comparison. All fragments are self-completing. infinity between infinities, just like the space between 0 and 1. you can make fractions for eternity, our universe is like the fraction between 0 and 1.