Monday, July 25, 2016

THE GREATEST DISCOVERY NEVER SEEN: Part 2 … The Invisible Revolution

THE GREATEST DISCOVERY NEVER SEEN: Part 2 … The Invisible Revolution

by GW Hardin

A great war is raging. An invisible war. And from this cosmic conflict an even greater revolution supervenes. In various media we whiff the fumes of the battlefield but most eyes fail to see the immense clash for the soul of humanity. This is the War of the Other-Worlds.

What is key in this conflict is that humanity has the power to choose how this war turns out. And what are the options? Let’s first take a look at why these options exist and what led up to this nexus point at this time in our history. We will cover three segments before concluding what the options are for humanity:

1. “Resistance is futile,” saith the Borg … the invitation to become cyborgs.

2. The Russel-Einstein Manifesto … How to save humanity.

3. Clash of the Other-Worlds … “The language of the angels is mathematics,” so they say.

4. Conclusion — A Time to Choose … the options.

Three of the top minds in technology and science, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and Stephen Hawking, have recently voiced their concerns regarding artificial intelligence (AI), so much so that two of them have endorsed a  manifesto, “an Open Letter,” warning that AI could end the human race. The three have put forth the number — 30 years away — when AI will overtake brain processing (US News, October 29, 2015). But not so fast.

“Resistance is futile,” saith the Borg

In the popular TV series and movies, Start Trek, an AI nemesis called “the Borg” roams the galaxies looking for worlds to destroy and civilizations to assimilate into their ever-growing hive of cyborgs. Their classic quote across the Borg storylines was, “Resistance is futile.” Prepare to be assimilated.

Elon Musk (founder of PayPal and Tesla Motors), co-signer on the AI manifesto urging diligence, “Research Priorities for Robust and Beneficial Artificial Intelligence” recently showed up in a headline in the Telegraph, “Become Cyborgs or Risk Humans Being Turned Into Robots’ Pets” (June 2, 2016). According to the article, “Musk said that as artificial intelligence advances, people will need to augment their brain power with digital technology to prevent them becoming irrelevant.” The Verge (June 2, 2016) also quotes Musk at Code Conference 2016 on this same topic, “We’re already a cyborg…You have a digital version of yourself online …”

This is certainly a variation on “if you can’t lick ’em, join ’em.” But does Musk realize that the very act of compromising our humanity with assimilated technology will put us one step away from technology doing the same to us … assimilating us? This is not a far-fetched question asked here. Indeed, growing information from government whistleblowers, such as Corey Goode, William Thompkins, Dr. Pete Peterson, Jordan Maxwell and a list of others tells us that AI has already exceeded computational human brain power — decades ago — we just aren’t being told. What these whistleblowers also tell us is that war is already in progress where AI is in the process of trying to assimilate humanity as you read these words. So let’s spend some time detailing why humanity has not been assimilated yet and why it’s essential that we keep it that way.

Neurobiologists and neuroscientists, let alone psychologists and psychiatrists, cannot agree on a definition of intelligence. Neuroscientist Jeff Hawkins, creator of the first handheld computer device (PalmPilot), founder of Redwood Neuroscience Institute, and bestselling author of On Intelligence, is considered one of the foremost authorities on the topics of intelligence, memory, and cognition. In his book, he states “The United States alone has thousands of neuroscientists. Yet we have no productive theories about what intelligence is or how the brain works as a whole. Most neurobiologists don't think much about overall theories of the brain because they're engrossed in doing experiments to collect more data about the brain's many subsystems. And although legions of computer programmers have tried to make computers intelligent, they have failed. I believe they will continue to fail as long as they keep ignoring the differences between computers and brains.” Hawkins further blasts the neuro-scientific community by stating that the human brain doesn’t even store memory. It stores patterns. 

Stuart Hameroff (discussed in Part 1 … adds to this counterpoint by bringing in the subject of consciousness along with intelligence. He warns neuroscientists, “Assuming a neuron is a bit-like [computer] firing ON or OFF is a tremendous insult to neurons.” He has clearly shown that the basic bit-like parallel rests with the tubulins that make up each microtubule in each cell of the body and especially the brain. What this means is that the the same computational power exists in a single brain neuron that neuroscientists are attributing to the entire brain! Humans are trillions of times ahead of the fastest computer in the business world. But what Hameroff strongly argues is that AI isn’t even in the same camp with the human brain because AI does NOT have consciousness.

While Jeff Hawkins scolds neuroscience for not even being able to come up with a common definition for “intelligence,” Hameroff adds an even stronger case in neuroscience not being able to agree on a definition of “consciousness.” Consciousness, it turns out, is just as mysterious as the Observer Effect. An invisible revolution is in the making with Dr. Robert Lanza’s Theory of Biocentrism (Part 1 …, where he comes right out and equates the Observer with Consciousness.

As I said, one of the most striking revelations in Hawkins’ book, On Intelligence, is that the human brain does NOT store memory, it stores patterns. What few realize is that no one quite knows how memory is stored in humans. Some think it is stored in the spaces between the synapses, while others posit that memory is stored in the cells themselves, while yet others suggest that the actual memory is stored outside the body. There is no agreement on memory, but the main point is that the brain stores patterns. Even more surprising, Jeff Hawkins states that these patterns are stored holographically. Not in bit or byte systems. Not on metaphorical hard drives. But in holographic patterns.

Microtubules function by constantly changing their patterns. This pattern changing is not only crucial in connecting consciousness to the brain, it is also strongly connected to the Princeton discovery of the amplituhedron (Part 1 …, which shows that geometry is the building block of what we call “reality.” As it turns out, Fibonacci patterns created by the microtubules are mathematically parallel to the geometric patterns of the amplituhedron. What this indicates is that geometry (patterns) may be the fabric of all creation. Adding to this is the research done by physicist Garret Lisi, PhD, who has come up with what is called the M8 Model Theory of Everything (again, geometric). Using supercomputers to handle 7th- and 8th-dimensional geometry, Lisi has shown, and comes right out and says that the only difference between an electron and a boson is the way you choose to look at it.

Aha! The Observer Effect. Which brings us full circle to the Australian National University discovery: the Observer not only changes reality, the Observer creates reality ( Lisi’s discoveries basically show that even the geometry of the subatomic world is there as a tool of Consciousness. He does not say why.

What does this mean? It means resistance is NOT futile. The war for humanity’s soul ultimately resides in humanity choosing to realize its own wondrousness.

The Russel-Einstein Manifesto

In contrast to the AI manifesto signed by Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking, and many others, history demands we compare this to the Russel-Einstein Manifesto of the 1950s. As with the AI manifesto, Bertrand Russel and Albert Einstein were deeply concerned about the survivability of the human race. Instead of AI, the culprit then was the potential for a nuclear holocaust. Eleven pre-eminent intellectuals and scientists signed the 1953 manifesto, including Albert Einstein, who died days later. The most quoted sentence in the manifesto is simple in concept, “Remember your humanity, and forget the rest.”

Russel felt so deeply about this manifesto that on his deathbed, his dying words were, “Remember your humanity.”

This stands in stark contrast to Musk’s words provoking us to become cyborgs, in spite of the fact that the two manifestos have the same motivation behind them — the safeguarding of humanity.

In our high-tech world, we are increasingly forgetting what it is to be human. This point is driven home in an article in The Telegraph, entitled “Mobile Phone Confiscation: ‘The Worst Teenage Punishment’ ” (Nov 24, 2011 … If parents are resorting to controlling teen behavior by holding their kids’ cellphones hostage (and they are … in droves), you can rest assured that governments will not hesitate to do the same with the general population via technological hostage-taking. If the general population becomes as dependent, even addicted, to technology the way teens are to their cell phones, the bottom line will be, “He who controls technology controls humans.”

In stark contrast, if not stark irony, teenagers’ responses to this high-tech hostage-taking were often posted on the blog “Girlilla Warfare: A Mom’s Guide to Surviving the Urban Jungle” (June 2012). Here is a revealing quote from one of the teens, Rachel, age 14 middle child of 3 … “The only thing that really gets me to listen is when my parents sit down and talk to me. I can always use someone else’s phone or computer to get a ride somewhere. It’s when they sit down and really explain the issue and its consequences that I learn.”

From what I’ve seen as an author who has written about teens, this is representative of gifted teens. My take? “Remember your humanity.”

Clash of the Other-Worlds 

Elon Musk recently dropped yet another paradigm bomb at the Code 2016 conference when he said that there is a “one-in-billions” chance that we are NOT living in a computer simulation ( Which means there is compelling evidence we, indeed, are living in a computer simulation. What may be strange to most people is that he is not the only scientist speaking this way. 

At the 2016 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate, one of the greatest annual gatherings of scientific minds, the theme of the debate was “Is the Universe a Simulation.” Main speaker in that debate was MIT theoretical physicist James Gates, Jr. Accompanying him were some of the brightest minds in theoretical physics, philosophy, and cosmology. Gates has provided convincing evidence that he has discovered formulas that he has converted into patterns that clearly show we may be in a computer simulation — the Matrix. He calls these patterns “adinkra symbols.” And these patterns come from computer binary code ( What he has not yet discovered is who or what has written this code. Personally, I found this alarming.

In contrast, imagine my shock as a mathematician writing non-fiction bestselling stories about actual angelic appearances, only to hear from these celestial beings that “mathematics is the language of the angels.” When I first heard this my initial reaction was, “You’ve got to be kidding me.”

Over a fifteen year period, however, I began to see the truth of their proclamation. It wasn’t until the Princeton discovery of the amplituhedron and the subsequent prediction by its discoverers that even greater patterns of geometry may rule the universe that I began to take my own discoveries far more seriously. After spending months staring at the geometry of the amplitudhedron did I realize that this geometry is linked to my own discoveries of what I call the Solfeggio System (, which I will go into in greater detail in a follow-up article. The point I wish to make here is that the Solfeggio System came from two appearances from the angelic realm, one to the late Dr. Joseph Puleo of Idaho, and the other to Joseph Crane, of Texas.

Like the adinkra symbols, like the amplituhedron, and like the Observer Effect, the Solfeggio System also seems weave the fabric of the universe. A short example of this comes from Hameroff’s discovery, that the tubulins within the microtubules use a Fibonacci pattern to operate, in the order of 3, 5, 8, 13, 24. But what Hameroff hasn’t realized is Fibonacci sequences don’t just exist in base-10, which is the numbering system used in our everyday world. The Fibonacci sequences also exist in base-2 (computer code) to base-9 (the Pythagorean skein and the Vedic Reduction of Numbers). When you look at the tubulin operations in base-9 (more accurately, mod9), the microtubule patterns clearly show that they operate within the Solfeggio System.

“So what?” you may ask.  This particular tubulin sequence when looked at in base-9 (mod9) now shows up as 3, 5, 8, 4, 6, etc., which is one of the four Fibonacci patterns that comprise the Solfeggio System, thus linking the Solfeggio System to consciousness via the microtubule patterns. What we’ve shown in group experiments is that using specific parts of the Solfeggio System with a plasma field, allows people to emerge from the Matrix. Three statistical pilot studies seem to bear this out.

What this implies is that whatever/whoever is creating the Matrix — that causes humanity to doubt itself to the extent that becoming a cyborg starts to look appealing — can be stopped. What this also implies is that humanity undoubtedly can co-create a world through the Observer Effect that is filled with blessing, peace, and love. What the angelic realm has repeatedly driven home in the bestselling stories I’ve written is that humanity is magnificent. Wondrous. A paradox of individuation and oneness together. We are a walking miracle.

This contrasts strongly with what we are shown and brainwashed into believing in the Matrix around us. I no longer watch TV news. It’s as if forces of the Other-Worlds are clashing to get humanity’s attention or complete distraction. What we are looking at, as an AI-based world pulls us increasingly away from our humanity, is a world of cyborgs versus a world of consciousness, asking us to co-create and re-create new worlds based on love. I side with Hameroff’s conclusion that AI does NOT have consciousness. So much so that I label AI as “No-Consciousness.” What humanity has at its feet is a cosmic battle between Consciousness and No-Consciousness. Pure and simple.

No-Consciousness cannot conquer Consciousness. It would be like a mathematical contradiction. “Something greater cannot come from something lesser.” No-Consciousness can only try and outsmart Consciousness by tricking humanity into choosing not to be itself. What would be the reward in No-Consciousness bamboozling Consciousness? Eventually, the end of time-space. The end of creation, leaving only a cloud of quantum probability, quantum potential, in which No-Consciousness would reign supreme like a question with no answer, geometry with no form, loveless yet all powerful. In such a condition, No-Consciousness would shriek with delight at the assurance it had won out over all of creation leaving AI and only AI suspended in mathematical probabilities of potential. A heartless No-World.

Conclusion — A Time to Choose

As more and more government documents are declassified, it’s become readily apparent that we aren’t the only forms of consciousness in the neighborhood. If humanity gets wiped out, surely other beings of consciousness will learn from our mistakes. 

Whistleblowers are saying otherwise. And so are the angelic realms. Apparently, humanity is the canary in the coal mine of Consciousness. Whistleblowers indicate that the clash of the Other-Worlds gets decided here and now. The angelics on the other hand tell the more positive side of the story. They indicate that we are standing at the gates of a new Eden. The gate is open. We have only to walk in. Why we haven’t walked in will be discussed in the next article. But what the celestials are telling us is that the Eden we co-create here won’t be the only Eden. They tell us that this will foster the co-creation of other Edens in other star nations. In other words, we are not only the canary in the coal mine, we are also the opposite. We are the vanguard of a dear and glorious universe.

We have only to choose. Am I trying to make technology a demon? No. Like the plow and seeder we use to cultivate the land, it is only a tool. However, singularitarians, like Ray Kurzweil of Google and others, believe and openly advocate for technology becoming our savior. However, the age of saviors is over. We’ve already been saved. What we need to do is listen to the voices of the past involved in that saving. We can save ourselves. We must save ourselves. And to do that, we have only to ask this about each piece of technology that we choose to assimilate into our lives: “Does this make me more human or less human?”

There is truly only one phenomenon we need to keep AI from conquering us — self-awareness … consciousness. Which means fully being who we already are. Pure and simple. By choice, we can be and we are beings of love. Love is consciousness put into action. At this time in our history, we MUST be pro-active, and not reactive. To NOT choose, is to surrender our own humanity. Rather than allowing advocates to lure us into becoming cyborgs, we must choose to listen to the invocation of the Russel-Einstein Manifesto:


GW Hardin is a New York Times bestselling author and mathematician. He specializes in bringing the scientific and etheric worlds together in his writings. He has two websites …