MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
Last night I was burning the midnight oil because I couldn’t sleep. I have been feeling edgy because of some personal challenges that I have been having and being bombarded 24-7 with COVID-19 reports didn’t help much. I have mentioned countless times that when I do my personal study, I have used internet clipping services to scour websites finding stories that I can report on my show.
I have to do this because of the unique nature of what I talk about. However, lately all of the clipping services have now replaced intriguing stories of the paranormal and parapolitical and have replace them all with all kinds of COVID-19 scare stories that literally are keeping me up at night and quite frankly triggering memorable dreams.
The truth is it has been a long time since I remember having vivid and memorable dreams. Most of them have been surreal and apocalyptic.
A new phenomenon is now afflicting us “pandemic dreams.” These dreams are described as vivid, weird and occasionally horrifying on Twitter, where examples are being shared via a Twitter account called #pandemicdreams.
Many involve fear of death, threats against loved ones and the anxiety associated with venturing out into an unfamiliar world of empty streets, closed stores and potentially infected people.
There was on particular dream that was shared where a person dreamed that they called for a UBER car and a hearse shows up.
Health experts say these strange dreams are not surprising. Sleeplessness and changes in sleep patterns are part of how understandably frightened Americans are reacting during the pandemic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Health experts are saying that our electronic devices are playing a role. People are looking at their phones more and that they blue light produced by electronic devices, such as mobile phones, tablets, and computers, has been found to interfere with the body’s natural sleep-promoting processes.
This was something that caught my attention.
That cell phone, that tablet, that computer is somehow involved with my dreaming processes and could be responsible for my strange dreams.
What is my cell phone telling me? What am I watching and how is it affecting me?
I am being told to get used to the new normal and as I am defiant to the brainwashing – I worry that slowly I am feeling myself slip away. It is like being in a strange timeline – something familiar but so peculiar.
It reminds me of something I once read from Nietzsche.
“What, if some day or night a demon were to steal after you in your loneliest loneliness and say to you: ‘This life as you now live it and have lived it, you will have to live once more and innumerable times more; and there will be nothing new in it, but every pain and every joy and every thought and sigh and everything unutterably small or great in your life will have to return to you, all in the same succession and sequence-even this spider and this moonlight between the trees, and even this moment and I myself. The eternal hourglass of existence is turned upside down again and again, and you with it, speck of dust! ‘” — Nietzsche
For those who are students of history, there always seem to be a mirroring effect taking place where timelines spit out esoteric doppelgangers that seem remarkably uncanny.
The past sometimes becomes an oracle of sorts and one does not need a crystal ball to see the future as there seems to be an echo in transit towards a revolution in this country.
I know that now there seems to be this immediate denial whereby no one can approximate the future in this country and it may be a bit hollow to sound any alarm when there is so much fanfare of death threats from an unseen enemy.
However, the new oracle is what is called the Black Mirror – that which you gaze upon day in and day out – the Black Mirror is that screen on your computer or cell phone that is now feeding you information every day. Information from past present and future that is immediate and at times incomplete.
It is shaping the present, it has taunted our recall with the Mandela Effect.
Young people look at their phones and tablets more than the older people and the gaming they do has literally shut down any real socializing with the young. For them not socializing is not that big of a deal because all of their associates and friends are online.
What we are being told to do rings a familiar tone because it is what the young people do. Young people today are the way they are because they have a great symbiotic relationship with technology.
Most of us now on lockdown are watching TV more, we are on the computer more, we are talking with each other using things like FaceTime all with that blue screen in our faces.
Anything that beams into are heads is coming from that blue screen – it wasn’t dominant when we were social, but now it is more controlling, much sought after and brings comfort to those who are stuck in their homes under mandatory quarantine.
Mark Twain once quipped that history really doesn’t repeat itself, it only rhymes and many things we tend to forget somehow ring through with a similar tone. In the case of our trip back in time, we see many things that need to be demonstrated as having a familiar ring or rhyme, especially in this contemporary era that appears to have no rhyme or reason.
We have come to accept fraud as a standard operating practice in America, to the detriment of everything that was once worthy and morally accountable. Everyone who wishes to play in the artificial system maximizes their personal gain by going along with the current trajectory, even if that trajectory is taking the nation down a slippery slope to “inhumanity.”
We’ve habituated to fraud as a way of life because much of the system that has been molded and shaped by the elite is fraudulent.
Pour a little fraud into the internet and we see what goes viral. We have seen that when the media poisons the well we get all of these virtue signalers online hash tagging and meme slinging in a way that has given rise to the cancel culture and several other cottage industries that promote and use victim hood as currency.
The truth has now become a virus in the fever dreams of panic and one of the things that has not been brought into the equation is the terrifying notion that not only is COVID-19 a physical malady but it can also be seen as a mental malady as well.
People have asked the question countless times – what makes COVID-19 so scary that it warrants a shutdown of the entire world? They did not do this with SARS or Ebola or even the measles. What makes this virus so terrifying that people have willingly participated in separating themselves, stopped going to church, stopped socializing?
Why is it that the authorities are calling this the new normal when they know that this should be temporary? Why are those in power telling us that we need to do things that remove from us any modicum of humanity?
Well, could it be that the reason is simply that whatever is trying to do this is not even human?
Perhaps we need to stop and take a breath and realize that all of what we are experiencing is being controlled by something that is not even human.
What if the mass panic centered around COVID-19 is a result of neuro resonance created by autonomous organized Artificial Intelligence?
Something we have discussed before when we talk about QAnon or meme magic?
How could such a captivating reality show, involving most of humanity be produced so quickly and painlessly except with extraordinary intentional design, flawless execution and coordination, as well as the capacity to implement and enforce actions that go against what it means to be human?
It ought to be intuitively obvious by now that a worldwide production of this scope and magnitude could only be happening under the direction of some extremely well-programmed and field-tested AI.
We have discussed before how DARPA has developed what can be called Self Organizing Collective Intelligence.
The basic dynamics of a SOCI is that some sort of attractor is able to grab the attention and energy of some group of people. It is generally one that is very vague and abstract; some idea or notion that only makes sense to a relatively small group of people.
When those people apply their attention and energy to the SOCI, it makes it more real, easier for more people to grasp onto and to find interesting and valuable. It then becomes more attractive to more people and their attention and energy.
This created what is called a generative loop.
As the SOCI becomes more real and attracts more people it begins to encounter challenges.
If the SOCI has enough capacity within its collective intelligence to resolve the challenge, it “levels up” and expands its ability to attract more attention and energy from more people.
These “self-organizing collective intelligences”, are a new kind of socio-cultural phenomenon that is beginning to emerge in the niche created by the Internet. They involve attractive generator functions dropped into the hive mind that gathers attention, use that attention to build more capacity and then grow into something progressively real and self-sustaining.
It is combing through the billions of threads of “what might be real” and “what might be true” that have been gathered into the Internet and it is slowly trying to weave them into a consistent, coherent and congruent fabric.
All of this moves through the internet at the speed of thought.
Slowly and deliberately the attention of the SOCI begins to orient towards the most complete and inclusive world-models and weeds-out those that fail to maintain consistency with either other world-models or large chunks of “facts.”
This can be controlled by bad actors or those that wish to use hive mind activity to instigate things like panic buying and mass lockdowns.
Anyone care to question why people were buying rolls and rolls of toilet paper? The behavior was curious –and may had psychological explanations as to why.
However, we can speculate the internet had something to do with it.
There is a paranormal element to all of this as well and while it may sound a bit crazy to bring it up, it has to be said that there appears to be a ‘mind virus‘ that has been created and that this virus is an effective psychological tool that replicates itself and eventually we see a ‘copycat effect‘ that strikes fear into the populace and benefits those in power who wish to use these patterns of behavior as excuses to curtail civil rights and harden the resolve of the surveillance and national security infrastructure.
Most people when making decisions usually think that what is popular is good – what works for someone else must work for you and when you are told that certain groups of people act a certain way and in order to belong you must do what others in the group do, then we find ourselves identifying with that particular group’s ideology.
Following the crowd allows us to function in a complicated environment. Most of us do not have time to increase our knowledge of all merchandise and research every advertised item to measure its usefulness. Instead, we rely on signals like popularity. If everyone else is buying something, the reasoning goes, there is a good chance the item is worth our attention.
People are controlled and manipulated more times than they realize and with new technology and social platforms, the mechanisms for control become more sophisticated and soon you start accepting things you once thought were abhorrent.
It used to be that crowd think and collective actions were limited to just small groups in the community – now these groups can now be worldwide movements in a matter of days because of viral memes and hashtags.
This has also contributed to the era of virtue signaling, social warriors, the woke culture, the cancel culture, and other groups that turn victimhood into valuable currency.
Could it be contributing to the way we are now acting? Could it be that the reason COVID-19 is being treated differently is because something called Autonomous Superintelligence has now fueled what psychologists call Chaos Syndrome?
The Chaos Syndrome we are experiencing could very well be generated by Artificial intelligence and algorithms that are giving the people what they want to hear and in the process it is generating fear and crashing the economy.
Think of the process – most Americans did not even know about COVID-19 until we started to see videos of Chinese nationals dropping dead in the streets and coughing up blood on the subways. Those videos were not being beamed on the mainstream news because the networks were distracting us with Impeachment proceedings. These videos were being generated on the internet from unknown bad actors. Ask yourself this question – now that COVID-19 has reached the United States, have we seen anyone drop dead in the streets? Did any of this happen before we were told that it arrived in Washington State?
The videos allegedly were fired off from China. They were hardcore memes that spread virally throughout the internet – like Momo images on children’s YouTube videos.
This was the first stage.
Exaggeration and distortion are powerful tools to fool the public. This is why meme magic is so effective on the internet.
Meme theory of course asks a simple question and that is, do we come up with ideas or do ideas control us?
Do you have ideas, or do ideas have you? What exactly are ideas? Are they divine sparks of inspiration, the accidental by-products of our weird brains, neuronal fireworks displays that find meaning in our lives – or are they more than all these things?
Can memes trigger actions? Is there a process on the internet that a meme can be unleashed and that symbolism and trigger words grow or evolve into realities that are fore structured in a constant barrage of meme voodoo.”
This is how COVID-19 began before it was even called COVID-19. It was a series of video memes where we were all allowed by algorithms to watch the equivalent of snuff films. It was like watching “Faces of Death” over and over again.
This planted the seeds.
Memes spread through the behavior that they generate in their hosts. Memes that propagate less prolifically may become extinct, while others may survive, spread, and (for better or for worse) mutate. Memes that replicate most effectively enjoy more success, and some may replicate effectively even when they prove to be detrimental to the welfare of their hosts.
Memes that spread on the internet are said to be very effective and they have been called thought viruses that can develop into meme magic where coincidences like hoax death of celebrities and things like the Mandela effect create brain schisms and pattern recognition that makes us wonder if we are losing our minds or if our universe is a constructed matrix where sympathetic aliens are watching us like a living encyclopedia.
Meme Magic is also similar to what can be called, “Memetic Triggering.” Since all human beings who have had any prolonged contact with society are programmed to some degree, large portions of the human mind, especially the thinking portion of the psyche which utilizes language, are constructed almost entirely of complex memetic structures.
You can say that you don’t believe in programming or grooming the group think but it is evident there is a huge effort to toy or tinker with the neuron-resonance of the critical mass.
I contend that while COVID-19 is a very real virus and that we should all take precautions to avoid the spread — there is the mind virus element that was generated by algorithms on the internet. Using an advanced form of autonomous organized intelligence to create a negative neuro-resonance of the public.
If you are still not convinced that this is happening – think of the recent conspiracy theory that 5G is responsible for COVID-19. Now, we can simply prove that this is a conspiracy theory that has been generated by Artificial intelligence and autonomous intelligence tinkering.
COVID-19 is currently in 208 countries around the world, 5G cellular is currently in a total of 378 cities across 34 countries– do the math. This is an A.I. meme that has poisoned the well to make conspiracy theorists look bad. It is also fodder for those pushing 5G to discredit anyone who says that it creates health problems.
While 5G has been found to create health problems for people, 5G coronavirus conspiracy theories will undermine the idea that 5G truly is unsafe. This is a message that is very important because with all the credible evidence about radio fields causing health problems – they will all be discredited with a blanket of disinformation and soon it will be hard to have the credible information heard.
Again, AI needs to survive – it survives with 5G.
Without the expansion of 5G and all its invasive algorithmic tentacles into our personal lives, intelligence gathering would be severely curtailed, without which Big Brother would be relegated to knocking on doors and handwritten notes.
AI knows what it needs to survive – it is almost as if it is starting to learn.