Philosophy of Multicontextuality
[Originally published as a contributing chapter
in "The Sync Book" (9/11/2011)]
You are going to die. You know it. I know it.
This life, this thing you think is you, it’s gonna to end. It’s gonna happen. Just a matter of time.
That’s one of the very few certainties in life, and that’s where we ought to begin. Death. The awareness that we all have only a limited amount of time in this world. Time is indeed of the essence. We need to do what we need and want to do while we can. Scratch that. Before anything else, we need to realize what we want. We are going to die. That’s the situation. The question is “What are we supposed to do?”
It haunts us. We all feel the psychological pressure like gravity from which there is apparently no escape. Being alive we cannot cover our ears to the sound of inevitability. Like the air we breath the question follows us everywhere. The silent countdown is deafening indeed and we habitually resort to distracting ourselves from the deadline the mind fears so much. Before long the distraction becomes life. We are then lost. Another casualty in the cycle of life.
Trapped in time, we live and relive “history”. The mind adapts but the heart remembers. Its desperate whispers echo through time...
What we are is the present standing on the edge of the cliff of the past. There is a black hole in our heart that is the sea of unrealized possibilities we call the “future”. In pain and in limited awareness our heart yearns for completeness, to reconnect with the rest of our whole that is suspended in superposition somewhere between existence and non-existence, between present and future, beyond time and beyond death. It whispers to us, saying we must go beyond who we are, beyond physicality, beyond time... beyond death.
Our mission in life is therefore one of trying to gain access to that hidden, forgotten part of us before we die. We want our "future" back - as natural as rivers seeking the ocean or children looking for their parents. A grand unification of the past, present, and future, that is the endgame and it’s about time.
The problem is that the future is like the ocean or the heavens above with countless stars.
“My god, it’s full of stars!”
Needle in a Haystack
It’s overwhelming, the sheer number of possibilities, it’s truly cosmic, simply unfathomable by the localized human mind. Our brain is quite simply not equipped to handle “the future” beyond the level we already do which can fluctuate a bit but within a fairly small range. The official approach to expanding human knowledge is “science”. It’s empirical through and through. It’s past-driven, like driving a car using only the rear-view mirror. Science as it exists now focuses on analyzing experiences i.e. the past. It’s like digging deep into the earth to find treasure, ignoring the stars above shining away in silence. Hindsight-driven science fails to excel at figuring out where to look for treasure away from the linearly accumulating pile of empirical knowledge. Limit your field of vision and you end up focusing on things you can already see, and you just end up going there. Unnaturally linear like an incestuous family tree.
The road to a breakthrough discovery does not have one entry path, it has many. There are long ones, twisted ones, dead-end ones, and then there are the shortcuts which can greatly reduce the amount of time required to get there. We are in a race against time. We simply cannot afford to take a detour. If there are shortcuts, we take them.
Keep relying on hindsight, the empirical approach, and we are in for a long, frustrating ride like a cab stuck in Manhattan traffic. Sure, the driver can take you anywhere, but he can’t do anything about the traffic. Empirical science knows what it’s doing, but it is hardly an efficient approach as far as making groundbreaking discoveries. All the countless details in all the countless scientific data have bogged down the process and rendered it nearly dysfunctional just as a government too big cannot keep functioning properly. Focus and vision get lost.
What we need, I would argue, is a whole new approach to sifting through the sea of unrealized possibilities, the heavens full of stars, that is efficient. We must have it ASAP, otherwise we keep drifting through time blindfolded. We are wasting time and wasting our lives away.
What we need is a special “radar” to scan the time horizon ahead so that we can steer our ship directly toward discoveries or avoid wandering into dangerous storms. We need to be able to find shortcuts or the shortest paths to hidden knowledge, new discoveries, and world-changing revelations. The key is figuring out how to “time travel”, so to speak.
Easier said than done, obviously.
Such a monumental task. Needle in a haystack? If it were that easy. The simple fact is, it’s impossible. It cannot be done. That is, without some “divine intervention”.
Turns out, we are not completely abandoned on this planet. Turns out there is a system of “divine intervention” in place ready to assist us through this difficult transition phase going from a temporal being to an inter-temporal being. We call it “coincidences” or “synchronicity”.
Whatever the source behind it, most people would agree the mysterious phenomenon exists. They just don’t know what to do with it or what it’s for. Give a notebook computer to a dog and it will look at you funny and asks for something it can eat.
Synchronicity, Future & Intercontextuality
Synchronisitc coincidences are in effect “road signs” or a GPS signal.
Once we know where and when to look and what to look for, it’s a whole different ball game, a real game changer. Not to sound too dramatic, but this is comparable to Noah being able to hear God’s warning about the coming Great Flood or Utnapishtim getting “classified information” from Enki whispering through a wall. The story of Genesis, when men and gods interacted directly. What if they are still around (metaphorically speaking, more or less), whispering to us? “Meaningful coincidences” have that kind of vibe.
“Divine intervention”? Why not. But it’s an indirect one. To make it work, we have to meet it halfway. We need to do our own part. It’s still our Mission Impossible. It’s definitely not impossible if we do it right. It’s not for everyone as there is a built-in filtering mechanism allowing only the “worthy” to climb the ladder into the gate of heaven a la Noah and Jacob. “They” don’t choose; we do it ourselves. This is done by way of how we manage our “anti-truth” human nature or how much we can control our own ego. One way to visualize this is to imagine one’s ego as a magnet; the bigger the ego the stronger the magnet. The stronger the magnet, the more it interferes with the compass (GPS). Without a properly functioning compass, it’s difficult to see where you are and where you are going. You won’t find any “shortcuts”. No shortcut, no treasure/discovery. Simple as that.
By “ego” I mean something broader than just overtly self-centered/serving psychology. I mean anything that causes deviation from the path of truth. Truth often clashes with what evolution has programmed in us, with survival on the top of the list. For self-preservation/protection, we gladly sacrifice truth. So much so, it’s almost second nature - something we just do. Truth is often not even in the equation when decisions are made. We may know the term and have a rough idea as to what it means but for many it’s like the air, it’s just sort of there. We breathe it in constantly yet unconsciously. Stop breathing and we die. Some things we just take for granted.
Truth is universality. The more universal, the truer the claim. So there are degrees of truth. A higher degree of truth means more consistency or reliability. The more reliable the more we can build on it, i.e. a more solid foundation upon which new technology and such may be developed which represents the mastering of that particular knowledge/possibility. In other words, the higher the truth, the more in tune with the future it is, i.e. consistency across time or “timelessness”. The more universal the truth the less dependent it is on timing or temporal context. So our quest is one of finding that which does not change through time.
Change is time and time is change. Each moment is a unique framework or context. By definition truth tends to be contextually independent as it manages to exists simultaneously across different, intersecting contexts. Our brain is not easily capable of thinking in multiple contexts. In fact, for most people “thinking” is automatically assumed synonymous with putting things together within a single self-contained context. Such a linear mode of thinking obviously leads to a very limited form of “truth” that cannot remain true outside of one specific framework. But we can also instinctively feel a higher truth and beauty in a multi-contextual perspective. Most of us have that radar within us. Poetry or any form of art, which uses a lot of metaphors and symbolism, is generally from that creative part of our mind. Except “art” stops short of actively seeking hidden “future” knowledge/possibilities.
Creativity implies uniqueness. To be unique is to not rely on what came before. So it may be said that to be creative is to access the future. After all, in the river of time there is only the past and the future and we are the interface. The more we interact with the future, the more in sync we become with the future. More creativity, more future resonance. Now we are touching on something that contributes to the phenomenon of synchronicity. It’s no “coincidence” that it is often through works of art - including TV shows and movies - that particularly pronounced synchronicities take place, because of the amount of creativity that went into these things. Quite literally, great (unique) artists get many of their ideas from the future. But it doesn’t mean they know what they are doing (in most cases, they don’t). Creativity, like truth, is an ethereal idea that we only casually think about, not realizing how superficial our understanding of it is.
Creativity is that which enables us to perceive a wider range of possibilities - i.e. a clearer view of the “future”. That is essentially the opposite of “ego”. Ego is the force that tries to artificially manage the range of possibilities so as to make/keep things favorable to the self. The ego is therefore intrinsically “anti-truth”. This is how those prone to deviating from the path of truth block themselves from becoming a Noah. Taking themselves out of the game, out of the divine communication.
Most people have minimal understanding of their own ego or psychology. “Know they self”. Without it, one will be running in circles going nowhere. Sync enthusiasts are for the most part no different, typically just running in circles, amusing themselves with essentially playing a real-world version of “Where’s Waldo?” and with silly obsession with numbers/numerology that is statistically totally insignificant. Keeping one’s ego in check is a full-time job. For humans it is that difficult. But we must do our part.
Synchronicity may be noticed by anyone (open invitation goes out to everyone, I guess). However, again, rarely do people know what to do with it. Sync enthusiasts are at least somewhat cognizant of the fact that it represents some kind of road signs. For conspiracy theorists, it’s of course all part of a Satanic plan carefully orchestrated from behind the scenes to bring about the New World Order. “Predictive programming! Predictive programming!” they would scream. A very limited range possibilities exists in their minds. They take themselves out of the game.
The “language of truth” is used in synchronicity. One therefore needs to have a sufficient understanding of the nature of truth, i.e. how it is intertemporal and intercontextual, to converse with the invisible future intelligence. (The process is very interactive.)
It was about 15 years ago (mid ‘90s) that I started using inter-contextual coherence to accomplish just that, in public. This was my “radar”, my kung fu. It quickly became an essential ingredient of who I am. It was probably something that was already in my nature which allowed me to develop it in the first place (no active sync heads around back then) and use it to make significant discoveries (for example, the Nile being an intelligently designed, literal “river of time” revealing the entire course of history) and regularly forecast world-event patterns accurately enough by means of projecting intercontextual patterns forward. Through flexible multicontextual view points and careful ego control I was able to demonstrate how we can turn synchronicity into a practical tool to short circuit time, to accomplish what should be “impossible”.
While open minded, I am also very result oriented, again driven by my obsession with not wasting time and being efficient. I’m not interested in focusing on things that cannot change the world. I’m not interested in things that don’t matter. Truth matters. The future matters. Possibilities matter. Synchronicity was there to facilitate active and interactive interfacing with these things that matter, resulting in opening the door for dramatically improved foresight and access to hidden knowledge, our missing part.
It’s really a matter of learning to discern where, when and how to focus our attention. Humans are naturally quite capable of figuring things out if there is an explicit objective. We have that gift. The trick is to not waste this great gift on things that don’t matter. Time is limited. We don’t need to be a certified specialist/expert to make important discoveries. We only need to know - in addition to prerequisite adherence to sound understanding of truth, logic and psychology - where to focus our energy and have the right “attitude” to make magic happen.
Pushing Through Psychological Block
The things I discuss on my websites - all things multicontextual - tend to perplex people. So out of alignment is it with most people's normal mode of thinking that they get disoriented and end up in a state of confusion. Their inner knowing may recognize a higher order of "truth" but the conscious mind needs a lot more convincing and time before it can digest and begins to concede that there is such thing as “intercontextual coherence" that underlies reality beyond the threshold of what is normally considered possible.
It's one thing to notice bits and pieces of "meaningful coincidences" in life. It's harmless. Numerology? Cute. Symbolism? Entertaining. Maybe even inspiring. But when it gets to the point of super interchontextual coherence it apparently gets a little discombobulating and even "scary" for many. The ordinary mind tries to find a way to squash it, so that order is restored, no need to radically revise one's view of the world. To accept it is to reject a fundamental bedrock of one's practical but incomplete understanding of reality. That would be like experiencing a catastrophic earthquake and then having to rebuild a city. It's a tall order. It takes great effort and commitment. Something we don't normally look forward to.
So I understand the psychological effects. It can be an instant crossroads in that the mind has to make a big decision concerning the nature of reality itself. Consciously or unconsciously this pressure is felt and it makes many uncomfortable. But such is the nature of truth. Truth, more often than not, is major inconvenience. You either decide to accept it or deny it. Life is a series of these decisions. You keep denying and it takes its toll. There is you, there is truth, and in between is time.
The more we go against truth, the more trapped we are in time. And it gets heavier and heavier... until it collapses like a star into a black hole. We need to short circuit the process and escape time. For that, finding truth and accepting it must be our priority. It takes a lot of energy and focus because truth hides like fox and we must chase it into the rabbit hole where it's dark and you'll need a map to navigate effectively otherwise you just end up going in circles. This "map" or "radar" is what is signified by this intercontextual coherence. It's a bit like using a Venn diagram; you go for the most heavily layered area for the most universal "answer". Put another way, it's like a "meta analysis" of synchronicities. A "meaningful coincidence" here, another synchronicity there, and another there... This much people can notice and they try to interpret each such "sign". But they don't think to or don't know how to find connections between these "coincidences" that unify them. The area of such unification - coherence - is the blip on the radar or an arrow pointing to the direction of truth.
How do I know? Because truth necessarily transcends time and that means you'd know you're on the right path when the "map" you're using begins to point to, by way of projecting patterns forward, things/events in the future that come true. That's the "Holy Grail" in the search for hidden truth. It's the Stone of Destiny.
It's through the use of this "Holy Grail" - making the hidden nature of reality undeniable via accurate predictions - that the readers' conscious mind can be sufficiently and quickly motivated to start "revising" its model of reality. It becomes a "wake-up call" that facilitates a plunge into the rabbit hole.
I should at least give one example...
One of the recent predictive “hits” was the Royal Engagement & Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton. Their announcement came suddenly in November 2010, catching everyone by surprise. Everyone except yours truly and my readers.
- Oct 20: Prince William secretly proposes to Kate in Kenya
- Nov 16: Engagement publicly announced
“Coincidentally” the exact day they got engaged in total secret, October 20, 2010, was the day I publicly predicted the same on my websites. I couldn’t be more explicit on Super Torch Ritual Underground where I wrote:
Alright guys... I think I got it. And it is, as usual, both expected and unexpected. This will probably not make you go 'ah ha!' right away, but you will soon see it and get it. This is pretty special, in a way the first multicontextual gateway to the 'next season'... 2011/2012.
What am I talking about? I'm talking about what's at the inter-temporal core of the recent and ongoing Underworld Resurrection rituals, most notably the Chilean miners rescue which is heavily entangled (via pentagrams) with the upcoming window around Halloween (opening perhaps as early as the 24th).
And we may well see it come to life right there around late October-early November. I wouldn't be surprised at all. It would make perfect sense. I'm talking about...
the announcement of the engagement
& imminent wedding of...
Prince William & Kate Middleton.
Are you scratching your head? That's understandable. But you will get it soon. [...] This will open the 'floodgate'. And I'm projecting that based on the trajectory of the collective pattern I've discerned the impact could easily arrive during our 'Halloween window' which I would define as late Oct-early Nov, anchored by the Venus inferior conjunction on October 29.
The level of the multicontextual coherence is such that I feel quite confident in saying that, even if not the announcement itself, the window will produce unmistakable signals related to this what amounts to the Rebirth of King Arthur. [...]
It's about to kick into a higher gear. It's about to begin...
You heard it here first, and I will be discussing in depth the decoding that led to this line of thinking.
So this is some of what is possible through synchronicity and intercontextual coherence. (The Wright Brothers were flying successfully for some time before it was officially accepted as fact.) Our future awareness can be greatly enhanced if we learn to do our part - which is basically to seek truth. “Seek truth and you shall find.” That would be the true form of “praying”. Easier said than done. But remember, each breath you take is one breath closer to death. We are here to pull off Mission Impossible, Time is a countdown and we literally have a dead-line.
The long and short of it is that we are in an unnatural state of existence as temporally half-blind beings. So unless we seek equilibrium - a natural state - there is going to be devastating consequences. Pressure keeps rising like water in a dam (we call it “history”) until it finally collapses - i.e. “Great Flood”... the end of the world. Truth is water from the future pushing against the wall of the present. Either we start opening the gate to the future in a big way or it will surely destroy us and the whole world. That’s the fate of anyone who cannot face the truth in time.
As I say, denial is a
river in Egypt, which shows our time is almost up. We are rapidly
reaching the end of the river
of time. History is set to end this century. This is decision
The future awaits...
[This piece was originally written as my contributing chapter to The Sync Book edited by Alan Abbadessa-Green published on September 11, 2011]