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Latin for {i}Game Changer{/i}. An account of things to unfold after the.. event...
My truth-seeking experiences and reasoning. Open to questions, constructive input, and further information. Please read the SECOND entry first, as this better explains the purpose of this log, which made more sense to submit secondly for readability and interest. As I say in the said second entry, I am not doing this for any attention to myself, but rather to share what could help to answer questions and attract more input to answer questions of my own. Unity and strength in numbers is one of my main themes all around.
December 15, 2019 at 5:26pm
December 15, 2019 at 5:26pm
To preface how we got to this point, I have to give a little background information. First and foremost, I do not claim to be a genius or to have any divine power or purpose. In fact, nothing in this book is based on religion or God, nor is it atheistic and pessimistic. I am not writing fiction. None of this is or ever will be fiction. This is the legitimate record of my search to figure out what’s really going on. There are fundamental questions that everyone asks and must address at some point in their lives. For example, what happens after we die? Where do we come from? – things that your parents, school teachers, Sunday school teachers, all avoided talking about or claimed just one answer based upon faith, alone, and was an offense to even question its validity origin, much less claim any other answer. These questions kept me up at night growing up – and still do from time to time. So I firstly, up front, just want to say that I have never and promise to never write anything that I am not certain about, unless I explicitly mention so, including times when I will state that I am about to speculate upon something briefly. I don’t want fame or credit. I am just a college kid, undergraduate physics major, with a burning hunger for the truth; whether it is about major and fundamental questions such as things pertaining to life, death, and consciousness, or about how a clock works, I want to know about it. The same view is shared by Tyler, my best friend (since age four and practically the same person), with whom I would trust anything. Why am I writing about these things in such a grandeurious tone? Because we have seen and discovered things too ineffable and important to be kept in the dark. We were both raised in an extremely religious community with unhealthfully religious families and dedicated our lives to God and morality as we understood it. We’ve gone through rebellious times and clashes with mental illness and untying the knots of perfectionism and self-worth/self-esteem. We went to atheism and agnosticism, to pure science, and even exploring other religions. This has been the focal point of our hearts and our lives’ time. Much has happened even since, and our views are much clearer about science and religion, and how that they don’t need to be at odd with each other – that truth and the scientific method with logic and intuitive reasoning all come together to make onion layers of things that make up truth. In the last couple of years we’ve been researching Biocentrism and the works of Dr. Robert Lanza very seriously and accept this worldview in harmonious continuity with our pre-established understandings about science and reality that are verifiable. Thus, from this point forward, we will establish the premise our discussions and arguments with Biocentrism and coelaced with compatible tenets of reasoning that will be demonstrated hereon. I claim to be no wizard or genius, but I have precious insight and potential answers to very important questions that I do, indeed, want to share with the world and write about for personal record, that none of my findings will go unused or forgotten if possible. Again, Tyler shares the same viewpoint. I do want to at least note that I have spent over a decade immersing myself – academically and independently through credible resources – in science, specifically physics, chemistry, and mathematics, in addition to much of the foundations and existing platforms of modern philosophy. Obviously I cannot write everything I’ve learned her. However, if I am wrong, out of line, or become too speculative without acknowledging so, then I want to be confronted or reminded so that I can correct my path and axioms of reasoning to be congruent with what is firmly established thus far. However, I am no beginner at all to these fields. Another reason I am doing this is to entertain my love for writing, creating, and recordkeeping. Finally, I am a very visual person, and, for as long as I can remember, I primarily remember and process information as I write it out and see it, myself. I’ve relied on this for as long as I can remember back even from childhood roots, and it has served me well, helping me encode information for recall swimmingly, especially with academia and testing. In conclusion, please do not assume that I want to jump ahead of what is established and place any of my arguments upon faith without reason. Sincerely, I intuitively argue that moving forward with curiosity, as mankind as always done, will unlock answers and questions and ways of thinking that will satisfy and propel us beyond our current imaginations. And, I want to speed and support this process if I can.
December 15, 2019 at 3:44am
December 15, 2019 at 3:44am
The following is an account of a true story. This is what I wrote shortly after a very strange but hopeful anomaly I accidentally encountered with my best friend, Tyler:


{First Locus Field Experiment and accidental discovery. Unity properties increase in research potential extensively.}

[Lab Report L1]:

M’s account of experiment/event:

It was a total success. There isn’t a single ambiguous thing that happened that night that requires more testing - at least for us two to be utterly convinced now rather than a speculative pessimism mixed with excitement. What Ty and I experienced this night, if somehow we could have had another person as a control group there, would leave modern scientists in awe and wide eyes as they rethink Schrödinger’s cat and literature against an unbiased dumb/dead universe. The entire room became filled with some sort of obvious bit unseeable field of energy - much like the feeling of static electricity, except the tingling penetrated both our bodies, especially our heads. The sensations, head the most, demonstrated very clear synergy upon looking at each other wide eyed. Our excitement and some other mental process or processes at that moment was so powerfully stimulating that we both needed to stand up. There wasn’t any fear accompanying this experiment, only curiosity and captivation because this was unlike anything we had ever experienced - in the type of stimulus nor thought process. None of this was chemically induced, nor was any of this anticipated or intended.
We proceeded to slowly walk in a circle like opposite sides of a bonfire in amazement for well under 60 seconds before another shocking operator came over us: we felt completely weightless, even while standing. It wasn’t like a dream like state or any other depersonalization nor anesthesia I’ve ever undergone - not even close. I was leaving my body, and so was he. We even began speaking slower and mocking the illusion of separation (hear audio), pointing at each other back and forth with mild laughter saying, hi, and ,there you are, and so forth, this only lasted well under 20 seconds before we lost control of our speech and awareness of our senses all together - including vision. The light in the room around me blurred into what I Can only remotely describe as a sort of ‘standby’ state of, again, blurry light, which I paid no attention to, nor did I think about usinf my eyes or any senses or concentration entirely. I felt timeless and a sort of relieving relaxation of satisfaction and just pure being. Linguistics cannot even begin to suffice in describing this experience; language hasn’t been even nearly prepared for such a hidden yet real factor of natural existence. I was timeless. I was not in my body which could technically be described as passing away or death. In certainly felt the existence of all of my loved ones as a reaffirming that everyone’s going to be okay and everything is alright. That is hardly an explanation sufficient to describe the conscious intelligence flow I had/was. Timeless. I could have been there for a century and not even thought about it - again demonstrating the non existence of time as an external condition under which we live. The fact that Tyler had the same experience at the same time in different bodies/brains opens us an entirely new magnitude of reverence and seriousness as to the implications of what this experience have just revealed to us about reality. To address and conquer probably mankind’s greatest fear and curiosities: the nature of death and the reality of hereafter. Soon (I don’t know how long exactly we were elsewhere, but it felt like a very long vacation of a sort) Tyler and I “came back” in a different part of the room, and ty says something like “alright its time to go back to separate mode” (hear audio). The tingling feeling process reversed this time, starting intense and then gradually wore off back into our normal human perceptions, which felt like a night and day difference - almost uncomfortably not used to being in the bodies.
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Locus Field/Gateway Network Theory:
Status = Proven correct in All parameters in questions
Logical conclusion and meaning of the result = A person’d essence or consciousness/ Life persists unfazed after death with remembrance of experiences.

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