Article from dailymail.co.uk Dated Nov 14 2013
“Life is an adventure that transcends our ordinary linear way of thinking. When we die, we do so not in the random billiard-ball-matrix but in the inescapable-life-matrix.”
It’s just a theory — that life and reality do not exist without our personal consciousness. I believe we should take this a step further. We may have an individual consciousness, but there must be a wave of consciousness that we are all riding (Listen to Coast to Coast AM w/ David Sereda). This would explain why paradigm shifting inventions can occur on Earth simultaneously. This explains how monkeys of a similar type: when one monkey adopts a new habit, every monkey emulates it globally. Maybe every animal on Earth is riding their own wave of consciousness. When we die, our contributions to this global consciousness remains intact, and that individual wave that we ride is still there…
This reminds me of a copper wire, the electrical signal (our mind) is zapped through this wire and makes a loop throughout this motherboard (A), this energy is the source of creation. Afterwards, our signal or energy is zapped back up to the source, the creation of this energy (B). Think recursive. Maybe consciousness is the conglomeration of A1, A2…. A[infinity], and Life is the journey when an A becomes a B, an alternates back to A. However, when we are alive in the biological sense, we still have a connection back to this source of creation.
And this system of consciousness is held together by an earlier thought of mine: Light stores the data and transport the data. Sound manipulates and changes the data. Gravity holds it in place, and creates time. Light + Gravity creates life. Light + Sound creates consciousness. Sounds + Gravity creates the garbage collection and frameworks of star systems (See An Unbiased Account on the Origins of Life)
“Maybe life is just a recursive algorithm passing the objects: light, sound and gravity. These appear to be the basic building blocks.”
Frequency of (Individual) determines location where consciousness comes from, and where it goes upon death.