What Makes Earth Different from other Game Rooms in The Great Being’s Universe?

The Great Being, Part 4

Volume 4, Issue 29

The Earth and planets marbles

This continues the serialized story of The Great Being, the disembodied consciousness who is all that actually exists. Inventing from its own consciousness seeming shapes and seeming tactile hardness (Matter), Time, Space, Energy, TGB spins off temporarily-hypnotized versions of Itself through which it lives and enjoys strong emotions it could otherwise not fully appreciate, including fear. Mostly it enjoys the company of teeming seeming other beings. The infinite multiversal playroom of consciousness lends itself to dividing up into universes, galaxies, solar systems, and planets, each with a unique character of its own. Earlier in our story we have established that our own Earth is in a region of the multiverse where the Lost Lamb Game is being played. This is where TGB, living through created beings, does not know it is TGB and can enjoy the intensity of fearing its own extinction. Welcome to our world!

Since there are many rooms in “our Father’s mansion”, even in the Lost Lamb Game part of the whole game palace, what makes Earth different? Here we must look to clues. Since we only have direct experience of our own world, it is very hard to see how we might be different. It is like the eye looking at the eye, or the mind looking at the mind. One cannot get outside of the assumptions of long association. It is conjectured that fish do not see the water they swim in. Shedding what we most take for granted (save breathing) is a key element in meditation.

Perhaps you will agree or disagree with the characteristics of Earth as my intuition has cognized them. To start: Earth Humans appear to place a high priority on the concept of sovereignty, the ownership of territory in which no one from the outside has the right to tell you what to do. One can imagine a different sort of world where this idea never became popular, and all Humans on the planet felt a kinship with one another, hence no borders were ever established. Imagine…

The counter argument might go like this: anywhere in the Lost Lamb Game, fear potentially prevails; therefore, in fear of others of one’s own kind as well as other mobile species, one would try to create defensible areas in which trusted allies would help to defend that turf.

Whichever way it is, the related cluster of ideas of sovereignty, independence, and freedom are pretty obviously some of the most influential driving values of the Human race here on this Earth. Those ideas have dominated the course of hisandherstory (“history” for short) for the few thousand years of that written record.

If one of the first created beings has a hang-up about rebelling against higher authority and a desire to not wake up from its pretend role — Lucifer- or Satan-type mentality in other words — then our planet might be in the part of the Lost Lamb arcade where the most far-out experiments are going on, The Rebellion Room or whatever TGB might call it.

Although shamans arose in every civilization that ever existed on this planet — people who felt and taught a connection with everything else — there is also a counterforce that appears over and over again throughout history, which expresses a preference for anarchic individualism. This leads me to suspect that the dynamic between connection and independence is an underlying plot driver in the experiment being played on our own Earth.

My guess is that those themes are being tested in many other game rooms across the universe. On Earth though these platonic Ideas appear to be mutated by a very specific plot element that is probably not being tested everywhere: the acceleration in evolution of the intellectual part of consciousness.

As shown in the table below, our current brain is only 200,000 years old, and written language is only 4700 years old. Prior to these two powerful developments, everything took much longer to evolve:

  • From the most recent local-universe Big Bang to the Earth being formed, 9.358 billion years.
  • From Earth being formed to first life on Earth, 3.44 billion years.
  • From first life on Earth to the genus homo, 2.0375 billion years.
  • From genus homo to the present homo sapiens sapiens, 2.3 million (not billion) years — a thousand times faster than the last development period.
  • From the present species to written language, 192 thousand (not billion, not even million) years.
  • From written language to now, only 4.7 thousand years. That’s only 235 generations (generation=20 years). 235 generations of fruit flies takes only about 6.4 years, and from the perspective of TGB, Humans (although He plays all the roles) are arguably something like fruit flies. So written language just happened an eyeblink ago and we are still in the middle of the tidal wave it caused.

If all the time since life on Earth started were looked at as a single day, written language has only happened in the last thirtieth of a second, and the Human species has only been around for 3 seconds.

TIMELINE FROM START OF LIFE ON EARTH TO BIRTH OF
HOMO SAPIENS SAPIENS (OUR SUBSPECIES)

HOW LONG AGO (YEARS)

WHAT HAPPENED

WHAT TIME IS IT
IF THIS WAS ALL ONE DAY

2.1 BILLION

CELLS WITH A NUCLEUS

12:00:00 AM

590 MILLION

ANIMAL KINGDOM

5:15:26 PM

220 MILLION

MAMMALS

9:29:09 PM

75 MILLION

PRIMATES

11:08:34 PM

15 MILLION

GREAT APES

11:49:43 PM

7 MILLION

PREHUMANS CAME DOWN FROM TREES

11:55:12 PM

3.2 MILLION

THE OLDEST PREHUMAN FOSSIL, LUCY, WALKED AND STILL COULD EASILY CLIMB TREES

11:57:48 PM

2.5 MILLION

GENUS HOMO

11:58:17 PM

200,000

FULLY ANATOMICALLY MODERN HUMANS INCLUDING THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX

11:59:57 PM

4700

WRITTEN LANGUAGE BASED UPON SYMBOL CONCATENATION (LINKING TOGETHER IN A SEQUENCE)

LAST FOURTEENTH OF A SECOND
BEFORE MIDNIGHT

Sources:
1.  en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_human_evolution
2.  sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/08/090810162005.htm
3.  en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_languages_by_first_written_accounts  

This is a snapshot of the acceleration in development. Evolution has suddenly barreled ahead. The parts of the brain that allow intellectual prowess came to the fore rather suddenly, and were then catalyzed by the discovery that symbols can be put into combinations in visual and tactile materials external to the mind: written language.

The dominant sense of primates is sight. Language existed in its spoken form already, and was powerful in coordinating the hunt and establishing a degree of equality with larger beasts. But now language can be seen. It has moved into the dominant sensory sphere. For the last 4700 years, we have been inventing things faster and faster. We have become more and more intellectual and abstract in our thinking, and moved further and further away from our intuition, emotions, and perceptions. This has interacted with our inherent drive for independence.

The concatenation of written symbols in present-day alphabets (including ideograms) operates through the analytic part of the brain (mostly the left brain) rather than the synthesizing part of the brain (mostly the right brain), encouraging ways of thinking that emphasize differences over similarities (relationships). Modern movements toward systems thinking have been helpful in swinging the pendulum back slightly toward balanced whole-brain use.

This acceleration in intellectual development at the expense of other modalities of brain use has also interacted with the neuronal net software, which is created by the brain itself after birth as a result of our experiences. Under pressure of acceleration and the underlying dimension of a titanic struggle between connection with others and the will to independence, the software created by the brain has become the center of a new self, the ego. This sub-sentience masquerades as the true self, the latter “true” self being actually the consciousness of The Great Being coming through into the Lost Lamb of one Human life on Earth.

This pretender to the throne in turn blocks Flow State, the perfect integration of all parts of the self, and even Observer State, the more accessible brain mode in which the true self can observe and override the ego self on the way to Flow State.

So this is our detective-work interpretation/best guess as to the game being played on our planet by TGB inhabiting each of us. I call it Acceleritis. TGB must really be enjoying this because it’s a real cliffhanger. As H.G. Wells said, civilization is in a race between self-extinction and education. Will we win? The path is clear… and we are made of the Right Stuff.

Best to all TGBs,

Bill

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