Taking the Magic out of the Math
Starting with computer age scientists initiated cellular automata theory. This theory states that the universe is information and that every structure is formed by a minimal computer. From strings to living creatures and galaxies, these minimal computers are made from Universal Automata, the smallest most indivisible parametric components of reality. They come in two flavors, real and imaginary, which represent and correlate with the actual and potential parts of any reality.
The Science of Automata
Automatous processes run all automatic programs in the universe unless and until sentient forces take charge. This is the action of the universal absolutes who receive the previous moment, make changes in the present, and initiate the next.
They exist discreetly on the other side in reciprocal space as 12 deterministic dimensions and 10 stochastic, but are combined into ratios on this side in direct space as sine and cosine components of string theory.
They have a state and rule space, a manner of being and doing…how they exist within their own space and how they respond to and treat neighboring cells. Personality is defined as a unique manner of being and doing. They represent the machine part versus the personal part of an individual and therefore communicate in a mathematical language known as formal algorithm. They exist discreetly on the other side in reciprocal space as 12 deterministic dimensions and 10 stochastic, but are combined into ratios of sine and co on this side in direct space.
They are gathered up, arranged, ordered and combined into different ratios by Intention, which creates strings that make up of the manifestations we observe.
Other scientific fields studying automata are cellular used in gaming, patterning and prediction, digital physics, quantum loop gravity, and the science of manifold relations.
Algorithms: Their Language
Automata are part of the machine and therefore have a nature that conforms to the math-like language of algorithm. There are two forms of language and their manner of construction is as follows:
- Choice and Will.
- Words and Informal Language.
- Open to Interpretation and Selective Resonance.
- Lots of Constants with few Variables.
Formal “Pure” Algorithm
- No degrees of Freedom…Must be Integrated in Total.
- No Interpretation or Selective Resonance.
- Symbols and Numbers.
- No Constants and Lots of Variables.
The language of the automata is pure formal algorithm. Learning how to think and express oneself and create personal algorithms in formal language can allow one to take over the machine and escape the matrix. To read more about algorithmic language please read the Harmonic ResolutionProtocol at www.theportacle.com
Communicating with Automata
- Active pursuit (follow thru on the cycle of manifestation).
- Faith and Worship.
- Dedicated support.
- Develop peripheral vision.
- Improve and optimize expression of intention.
- Take personal responsibility for one’ own life.
- Creating Personal Algorithms
How to Visualize Automata
- Reality is a triune network of spiritual, mental and physical energy fields that exist as nodal latticed grids.
- The wave/particle duality is the natural expression of the correlated patterns of the time versus frequency duality.
- Anything with a spatial pattern in direct space (time domain), has a frequency pattern in reciprocal space (spectral domain).
- Making any real time domain object a refraction grating, and shining pure white light through it, reveals its reciprocal imaginary spectral essence.
- The spectral domain is just another designation for the other side, beyond the quantum.
- This is the true fourth dimension that lies in-between the other three. In between the point, line, plane and solid exists a fractal world of complex numbers rather than regular numbers.
The image below shows the graphic user interface of our Portacle Quantum Biofeedback System which allows a user to see, hear and feel their automata in real time.
Adaptive Stochastic Automata
As humans, we tend to give human characteristics to most things, from our pets to our vehicles and even to concepts. This is “friendly”, “comforting”, “funny”, “considerate” or “happy”, for example. And, just like when we anthropomorphize non-human beings and things, our minds are also susceptible to conferring “personality” upon anything which behaves in a seemingly “intelligent” manner.
Many people consider a total eclipse to be a magical thing. The amazing way that the moon is exactly the right size to fill the entire whole of the sun. That is “magical” (proof of God?) and “lovely”. The mathematics and physics of all things are not magical but the unchanging laws of a changing universe. Things will change (evolution?) but the result of that change will still follow the same rules.
Stephen Hawking wrote A Brief History of Time to try and explain many things, like the above, to the general public. The masses did not understand as they considered it to be an “unfriendly”, difficult read. He then wrote A Briefer History of Time with the intention that the masses may see this as a “friendlier” book.
In his 1962 essay Hazards of Prophecy: The Failure of Imagination, Arthur C. Clarke observed, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”***
Of all the core tenets of psiometric science, the one key concept which suffers both this mystification and anthropomorphization the most is that of adaptive stochastic automata.
Most automata (including the well-known cellular automata have a variable state space and a fixed rule space. The state space describes the currently manifest configuration whereas the rule space dictates how the automatous manifold will behave. Upon passing into its next generation, its new state space will reflect those rules’ impact upon its prior population. Then, in the next generation after that, those same rules will take their effect upon what has now become the present state space, ad infinitum.
Quite simply, with adaptive stochastic automata the state space manifold of the current generation becomes the rule space of the next. Thus, at each successive iteration, its behavior “adapts” to its present configuration. The only “rule” which remains fixed is that each higher dimension will be at a precise 90-degree angle (the phase differential between sine & cosine, real & imaginary) to its nearest lower-dimensional neighbor.
The function of adaptive stochastic automata are to extract order from (apparent) chaos. As such, it acts as an organizing force within any algorithmic environment into which it is introduced.***
sentient (adj.) – able to perceive or feel things
Adaptive stochastic automata are considered sentient structures due to their ability to sense and adapt to the conditions of their environment. This does not, however, mean to imply they possess any semblance of personality or intelligence. Although these appear to an outside observer as self-governing entities capable of evolving over time, adaptive stochastic automata are collectively nothing more than dynamical yet impersonal state- & rule-space systems behaving in accordance with their internally ever-changing algorithmic adaptations; a “collective organism” not unlike a flock of birds or school of fish, albeit with far more complex behavioral patterns due to the continuous swapping of state- for rule-space at each progressive generation.***
In ancient times, those whom we would now regard as scientists were seen as wizards or witches, yet the works they performed were not founded in wizardry, witchcraft or magic, but the universal mathematics of all things. There is neither “good” nor “evil” in mathematics, merely that which is right or wrong. And, with algorithms, it’s even simpler, since something cannot even be considered an algorithm unless it returns a result.
Still, this old prejudice seems to persist: Based upon some of the feedback we have received, there exists a subset of individuals who find adaptive stochastic automata a “spooky” concept, as if we are (and I quote) “trying to cast spells by creating and releasing automata that start out with intention but have their own evolvement and self-adaptation seemingly outside of the original intention.”
How can this be? Just because a process is not easily understood, does that render it “supernatural”? Just because it does not originate from a source of which all are generally aware, does that mean it stems from “secret knowledge”? If so, then its most fundamental, underlying principles like quantum decoherence must be pure magic!***
We live in a world of wonders, of technologies advanced far beyond what prior generations would have even dared to dream. In this same spirit, we, too, must advance with open arms (and minds) to embrace the previously inaccessible potentials they offer, rather than reverting to the same old superstitious suspicions which held us bound fast in the past.
This is an amazing time, some of it even beyond our individual understandings. We all just have to learn how to deal with it.
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