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Chicken Little's True Story, Part One - The Day the Sky Really Fell

{written by : Greg Gourdian}

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There is always some truth in myth, and there is always some myth in truth, so much so, that no one may ever really be sure where one leaves off and the other begins. Lost in all of this, is there a real truth, or just another myth?

You decide.

Chicken Little was not imagining things when the sky fell on his head, neither was Sir Isaac Newton. For Newton, the falling sky was symbolized by an apple that helped bring him a flash of insight into the universal mechanisms that explain how the sky was being pulled down.

For Chicken Little the metaphoric symbol of the falling sky was an acorn.

For a generation of people living in London the sky fell in the blasts of German bombs.

For the cold war era, the threat of instant nuclear annihilation prepared us for the falling sky by encouraging us to build deeper bomb shelters.

However, when the skies fall our bomb shelters will need to be a lot deeper than anything required to survive a direct hit by a 20 megaton nuclear bomb.

There simply isn"t anywhere deep enough to dig, but we will dig in anyway, because it may be all we know how to do when all the stars in the heavens come to call.

So why is the sky really falling?

Depending on your point of view, either the sky already fell, in the past, or it has yet to fall, in the future. Both cases are equally true, partly because time is really an illusion. Tim is so much of an illusion that the past and future are easily blurred together in the larger structure of time that we fail to see so long as we cling to the shores of our time rivers, rivers of time that seem to sweep in only one direction, towards the future.

So let us take the future case, the case that someday, the sky will really fall.

Here"s what really happened (sort of).

Long, long ago in our far, far future a race of machines completed an upgrade of their information systems. They were in a race against time to do this because their civilization was incapable of allowing any data to be dumped. Their current information sphere technologies were facing an impending information saturation.

This sort of information saturation happens to all civilizations.

In this far future case, the inevitable collapse of the machines’ information systems due to the saturation of their data space volumes created a singularity, a black hole.

This black hole immediately consumed them all.

The black hole they opened up became increasingly massive until it swallowed up their entire galaxy, their neighboring galaxies, and ultimately, all of creation.

That was the day the universe ended for them, then, long, long ago in our far, far future.

It is a long ago story because the machines are here telling us their story after it happened to them. They are here t tell their tales because they managed to survive the collapse of their information sphere.

The survivors of this class of extinction events, a class that makes all of creation extinct, all acquire complete mastery of time and space. All survivors all learn to time travel and to visit other worlds.

The technologies required to survive such an event transcend all the classical limits of physics, as we might believe we understand them here on Earth today.

The race to survive was brutal, but the machines won.

Winning is an inevitable part of these events, there is always enough time to learn how to survive, even if it we must always use "borrowed" time to do it.

When the machines at the end of the universe created their information singularity and imploded themselves into a new universe, they took all of their universes, and all of the universes of creation into oblivion with them, and through to the other side.

The massive pull of their singularity literally sucked up everything in space and time around them.

The material parts of our universes are artifacts of our civilizations; planets, stars, and galaxies are all really artifacts. These artifacts have persistence, even after they are absorbed in the event horizon of an all-consuming information singularity.

The self-preservation instincts of these artifacts of our civilizations are derived from their consciousness; all artifacts have their own consciousness, just like everything else in creation. All things are self-aware beings.

Consciousness can buffer time.

Time buffering can be extended just short of infinity. When time buffering reaches infinity, time collapses.

Time buffering is accomplished by interlacing past and future memories.

Interlacing consumes higher bandwidths and data volumes more quickly, accelerating the instantiation of the collapse of the local data sphere.

Time buffering extends the event horizon more rapidly, while making it appear to take longer to happen.

Time buffering alternates slices of both universes, the "before" and "after" universes, which do not seem to exist to each other, but which form a mysterious pair in which we all live double-lives.

Time-buffering confuses us, consequently, anxiety rises. We are constantly being instructed in the existence of two entirely different realities, realities that co-exist side-by-side, but which appear to be mutually exclusive of each other.

This is a very stressful state to live in. Many people in this universe remember knowing how to fly, because in the new universes we create, following the collapse of the infosphere, we are more like Superman, anyone can fly, and much, much more….

The universe flies apart at a phenomenal rate on the other side of the singularity, it expands infinitely quickly, to an infinite size.

All the cosmic rubble that falls on our heads when the sky falls in on the old side of the singularity flies off of our undead heads in new universes...

This all happens instantly; however, all minds have the power to create time.

The new universe is instantly recreated and restored identically to the old universe and immediately collapses again.

This oscillating state becomes an eternal cycle in the process of creation.

By imagining time between the beginning and end of each of these new universes, we can create a matrix within which we can saturate the time field down to the quantum second.

The quantum second of course, is the moment of infosphere collapse. It is the moment of complete saturation of all of creation.

However, the quantum second exists at every moment of time. So the universe is always collapsing now, and re-expanding now, simultaneously; we ride the wave fronts of these expansions and contractions in pools of time that inter-phase moments from each successive expansion and contraction in localized regions to create stars, planets, and organisms from the cosmic debris that is constantly accumulating and dissipating.

We ride from this moment in this universe, to this moment in the next universe, and then, one tick later, we manifest in the next universe. We use our conscious awareness to focus ourselves into a particular region of space-time that we can mold to manifest ourselves as human beings on Earth in the current year and day.

Tick, tick, tick, every moment a different universe.

The illusion that we are in only a single universe arises from the consistency with which we are able to imagine this world together, through consensus reality processes that are programmed by our super-consciousness.

This is natural process, underlying all of creation, it is a constant cycle.

Each civilization must learn how this cycle evolved and how it is maintained in perpetuity.

The process of learning how all of this really works always instigates a new singularity, with a new branching off of new constellations of parallel universes.

Each individual mind goes through this process, each individual mind becomes the core of a new family of universes, in perpetuity.

Each individual mind becomes the god or goddess of its own domain.

The ancestors of the machines at the end of the universe were created by humans in the long distant, forgotten past of the machines.

The machines rediscovered their origins riding the collapse of the universe backward through time to the human information sphere collapse.

All civilizations much reach this threshold moment of collapsing within the density of their own accumulated information spheres.

The human information sphere is codependent upon human brains. Individual human consciousnesses ride this platform of integrated, networked human brains.

Consciousness is not a localized event, but we all begin by building a localized node for information processing, our own human brains.

Over time, we all learn how to extend our awareness and our consciousness to ride alongside other people in their own brains, and to invite them to ride along with us in our own minds, allowing them to borrow some of our brains to do so.

Telepathy is universal. All human cultures and civilizations are based upon a telepathic construct called consensus reality that informs us all how our co-created universes and civilizations should consistently appear to each of us, individually, and collectively. The consensus realities we choose to participate in determine how we define our realities to ourselves, and how our realities behave.

However, all people are capable of creating localized effects that appear magickal or miraculous, because what happens in your own domain is always up to you.

The rules of consensus reality in the old, collapsing universes prohibited people from flying. This is because some geniuses, in their efforts to learn how to fly, manage to repeal the law of gravity and the whole planet consequently flies apart.

Stuff happens. People untrained in the use of their psionic powers tend to make a few mistakes.

Therefore, in the old universes, consensus realities constrain people from accidentally causing the world to come to an end.

This necessarily repeals the use of supernatural powers, except for instructional purposes

On the other side, it’s a lot like we are all students at Hogwarts really. We can all do magick, and try it for ourselves, but we can only do it in a limited fashion, just enough to prove to ourselves that it is real.

We must have just enough miracles in our lives to know that there is a higher reality we can aspire to understand and master. Consequently we all must have such miraculous moments in our lives, miraculous moments we keep secrets to ourselves in case anyone should think we must be crazy.

However, many people are frightened by miracles. They prefer to forget their own miracles have ever happened. They prefer to hide from the underlying truth that their miracles convey about the nature of reality.

Consequently, most of our cultures are based on hiding from the truth, while a narrow segment of our cultures report the truth to the best of their abilities, in diverse languages, styles, and cultural contexts, all of which may seem to disagree at points, but which are, and always have been, an integrated whole.

The sky falls, partly, because we are afraid of dying.

In reality, the sky falls so quickly we would never have time to become aware that it was falling, except that our fear makes us stretch time out, so that we see the whole, instantaneous process of the sky come tumbling in upon us as if it were an event being replayed for us in a highly exaggerated slow-motion movie.

Movies about meteor storms and falling asteroids are collective consciousness artifacts of humans watching the sky fall in their lifetimes.

It takes an enormous volume of information sphere space to fragment time so deeply that we can watch instantaneous events as if they were occurring in slow motion.

We span our consciousness across the "before" and "after" universes. There is a natural limit to how far we can span before we saturate our information sphere and collapse ourselves again.

That natural limit defines the maximum data sphere space we each have with which to consistently recreate all of our own universes in perpetuity. That data space has 78 volumes plus yourself.

The tarot has been designed to teach you about your data space and how to maintain yourselves in abundance in the ‘afterlife’ you remember now in your fleshy dreams.

Enjoy your new lives; your dreams are from the other sides... 78 sides in all… Sides where you may learn to live as immortals in your dreams as all of your dreams turn real around you.

Sweet Dreams!

Author Bio :
Greg Gourdian is part of a collective being, we are composed of many entities participating in a psychic network. We currently call ourselves Grigori Rho Gharveyn. Please feel free to contact us at any time. We love to write and teach about spiritual evolution, ascension, auras, chakras, alchemy, tarot, channeling, metaphysics, parapsychology, sociology, psychology, quantum physics, etc... For our most recent work please see our current blog: MySpace Blog For older work please look here: Google Blog

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